No, I have not begun writing erotica, although both Whisper and Until were listed under that category on Kobo for a few weeks for reasons unknown. At first I was a little miffed, but then I thought maybe it would boost sales with that Fifty Shades series doing so well. No such luck.

Anyhow. My work has been getting some decent (not indecent) exposure lately.

I am happy to be featured on the Kindle Fire Department blog today, where "A Bibliophile Christmas" is the Book of the Day. If you would like to see the post, click here.

They called it "A heartwarming tale from one of our favorite authors, Karen Wojcik Berner's 'A Bibliophile Christmas' is a story of love, family, and friendship that can make a chilly day much more pleasant."

Also, BigAl's Books and Pals recently reviewed "A Bibliophile Christmas" and gave it four stars. BigAl said, "At turns funny, frustrating (at least for the characters), and touching, 'A Bibliophile Christmas' is a fun read that will be appreciated by fans of Berner's series or anyone looking to get into the holiday spirit. Chances are you'll recognize situations you've experienced yourself." Woot!

On Monday, Until My Soul Gets It Right (The Bibliophiles: Book Two) had a nice run as Book of the Day over at Ebook Impresario. Click here to check it out.

Plugging away at promotion continues today. I've got something fantastic in the works with the extremely talented and awesome Karen Cantwell, author of the hilarious Barbara Marr mystery series. Stay tuned for details.

Have a lovely day.


Kelly Hashway said…
Congrats! Much deserved. :)
Congratulations, Karen! That's wonderful!! Especially love this: "from one of our favorite authors"!! WOOHOO!! :)
It's really nice of them, isn't it? :)
Janel Gradowski said…
That little "in" in front of decent means a world of difference, doesn't it? :) Congrats on your success with the decent exposure!
Yes, it does, Janel. Thanks for your wishes.

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