Sell Books and Discover Unique, Self-Published Books for Holiday Gifts at jexbo

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The site for self-published authors to sell books online at http://www.jexbo.com helps shoppers save time and money with "2009 Holiday Gift Guide"

Want to sell books or find affordable and unique holiday gifts? Today, jexbo™, http://www.jexbo.com, the site that helps self-published authors sell books online, announced their “2009 Holiday Gift Guide for Self-Published Books.”

“At jexbo, shoppers will find more than 60 titles in numerous categories for all ages that can’t be found anywhere else,” says Exler. “Whether you want to sell your book online or find a unique holiday gift and buy directly from a self-published author in minutes, jexbo offers a convenient site to help you save time, money and effort.”

To sell books and finish a holiday shopping fast, check out the “jexbo 2009 Holiday Gift Guide for Self-Published Books” at http://bit.ly/Self-PublishedBooks. Prices start at just $7.99! Here’s a sample:

  • “Life on the Line” by Kennebrew Surant, $20.00

“Danny Summersend is determined to find out the truth about his twenty-six year old daughter’s death. Estranged for years, Jillian was his only surviving family member and his gut tells him that the hit-and-run accident that killed her was no ‘accident.’”

  • “The Battle for Eire” by Kieran Wasserman, $21.95

“One magical day as he tended his sheep upon the fabled green hills of Eire, young Fearghus underwent a fantastic transformation. This change and those that would follow would test everything he had come to believe in and fight for. His adventures would pit him against not only his enemies, but himself.”

  • “What Day is Today” by Sandy Parker, $13.95

“Fun, interactive book that introduces children to the sequence of the days of the week. Illustrations include phonetic objects children love to find that correspond with first letter of each day. Emphasis on repetition and phonics especially helpful for early readers.”

  • “Haunts of Mackinac” by Todd Clements, $14.95

“Mackinac Island (Michigan), famous for it s fudge, history, and natural beauty, has attracted visitors for generations. The lure of the Island has made it the top tourist attraction in the state of Michigan. However, Mackinac Island holds many secrets. These secrets come in many forms, some from beyond the grave others passed down for hundreds of years…”

  • “Northern Cross” by Christopher Hudson, $12.95

“Old friendships die hard. A happy marriage, a lovely home and a brilliant future as a pilot, George Ashton seems to have it all ... including 25 years of guilt from a college caper gone murderously wrong. Student radical activist, George Ashton, never dreamed he’d someday be a corporate pilot with a beautiful wife and solid middleclass existence, but then he never dreamed he’d someday be involved in a plot to abduct a Federal Judge either…”

This is just a small list of the numerous, self-published gifts available. To see the entire “jexbo 2009 Holiday Gift Guide for Self-Published Books,” visit http://bit.ly/Self-PublishedBooks.

Need help on how to sell books, self-publish or run a business? Visit http://www.jexbo.com for more information and to claim an exclusive, no-cost eReport, “The Top 5 Ways to Get Free Publicity for Your Self-Published Book Now.”

About jexbo™
Formed in 2007, jexbo, http://www.jexbo.com, gives self-published authors the ability to sell books online at no cost (jexbo receives 5% of whatever the author sells). At jexbo, authors can control the sales process, communicate directly with customers, talk to other self-published authors, and receive free marketing tools, a customizable Web page and valuable tips and information via the online forum, blog entries, newsletters, and articles. Readers can also buy books and find unique, self-published works in various categories. For additional information, visit our site or e-mail support at jexbo dot com.

Media Contact:
Melanie Rembrandt
Rembrandt Communications®, LLC
PR (at) jexbo (dot) com
800-PR1-0116

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