Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Back Matter, Important to More than Just Chiropractors

It's just a few weeks until The Authors of Main Street release our latest bundle, Weddings on Main Street.
I'm super excited because my novella, Stuck With You will be included.

Anyway, as always, I've learned something new from my latest participation in this book bundle and I wanted to share it. It's the importance of back matter. I know back matter doesn't sound very important, unless you're a chiropractor, but it's actually good for writers to know. So, here's what I'll be including after I write THE END of Stuck With You.


 A Note from the Author

Thank you for reading Stuck With You.
If you enjoyed this romance novel, I would appreciate it if you'd help other readers enjoy it too.
Recommend the book. Please help other readers find this book by recommending it to friends, readers' groups, and discussion boards.
 Review the book. Please tell other readers why you liked this book by reviewing it on Amazon, Goodreads or your blog.
If you write a review for Stuck With You on the Amazon book page, please notify me at I will send you a copy of one of my other books as a gift. Thank you!

Other Books by Kristy Tate
Stealing Mercy: The night before the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, flames spark between Mercy Faye and Trent Michaels, leaving the life they know and the city they love in ashes. (Seattle Fire, book 1) Buy now:
Rescuing Rita: When Christian rescues the kidnapped Rita and witnesses a triple murder, he realizes that it’s a lot more interesting to hold a feisty actress than a hand of cards. But is she worth joining the cast until the ultimate final curtain? (Seattle Fire, book 2) Buy now:
Ghost of a Second Chance: With the help of her grandmother’s ghost, Laine Collins unravels the mystery of her grandparents’ marriage and is forced to face a question of the heart—Can love live even after it has died? (Rose Arbor, book 1) Buy now:
The Rhyme’s Library: Blair Rhyme discovers crazy Aunt Charlotte’s dead body amongst the boxes of want-nots and what-evers in the library’s basement. Unfortunately, when she returns to the library with the police Charlotte is gone. Desperate to prove that she doesn’t share her aunt’s mental illness and that Charlotte really has been murdered, Blair tangles with a former lover, a disturbingly handsome stranger and a wacky cast of  Rose Arbor characters. (Rose Arbor, book 2) Buy now:
Losing Penny: A cooking show diva in hiding. A literature professor writing genre fiction. An admirer who wants more than the tasty morsels a cooking hostess is willing to share. A dangerous recipe for romance in the town of Rose Arbor. (Rose Arbor, book 3) Buy now:
Beyond the Fortuneteller’s Tent: When Petra Baron goes into the fortuneteller’s tent at a Renaissance fair, she expects to leave with a date to prom. Instead, she walks out into Elizabethan England, where she meets gypsies, a demon dog and a kindred spirit in Emory Ravenswood. Can Petra and Emory have a future while trapped in the past? Or is anything possible Beyond the Fortuneteller’s Tent? (Beyond, book 1) Buy now:
Beyond the Sleepy Hollow: With a collection of the writings of Washington Irving in her hand and a prayer that the same nine-pin playing ghosts that gave carried away Rip Van Winkle will give her drink of their ale, Petra Baron heads into another time defying adventure Beyond the Hollow. This is the second book in the Beyond series, where Petra is reminded that love is always timeless. Buy now:
Hailey’s Comments: A sassy but shy advice columnist flees to a sparsely populated island in the Puget Sound seeking peace and refuge, but instead finds mystery and romance. Buy now:

A Light in the Christmas Café: In LA, Deirdre’s perfectly constructed life made sense—a lucrative, albeit boring, career and an adoring boyfriend. But when her beloved grandmother tumbles down the stairs, Deirdre returns to Lake Vista and picks up the apron strings at Rosie’s café. She believes her old, safe life can still be salvaged. Until she sees a mysterious light in the café’s attic. A Light, that like her, doesn't belong. Or does it? Buy now:

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