Amazon Tag Party

This weekend, Francine Howarth at Romancing the Blog is hosting an Indie Author Tag Party, i.e. a bunch of us signed up to tag each other's books on Amazon.  A Tag is a key word or words readers associate with a book. The higher the number of readers selecting a specific keyword, the higher that book moves on the list in searches for that keyword.

And tagging is so easy!  Just click on the link each of the authors have provided at their blogs, scroll down to the list of tags and click on all those you think apply to the book (you have to be logged into Amazon to tag).

Below is my link
(You can tag even if you're not signed up for the fest *wink* *wink*)

The keywords I most covet are:
college life
Chick Lit
New Adult

Here's the link back to the fest so you can continue tagging others

Thanks, Francine!

And in other news, if you have an excess of Middle Grade and Young Adult books about, please follow the link at the top of my sidebar for more information regarding a wonderful MG/YA book donation project being organized by Julie at A Tale of Many Reviews.  Aaand for fun & frivolity check out the Tumble 4 Ya (Who was your 80s Crush) Blogfest to be held next Friday.


Suze said...

Tumble 4 Ya post has been waiting in the wings for weeks, now. ;)

Francine Howarth said...


Thanks for joining in the blogfest!

Happy Tagging... ;)


Anonymous said...

Nicki, consider yourself tagged!

Marsha A. Moore said...

You're tagged! Have a good weekend.

M Pax said...

Tagged! I loved Three Daves. :D

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'm not indie, but I'll be happy to go tag your book!

F. Stone said...

Very pleased to tag you, girl.

Avadonja said...

Your book looks like fun. I have liked, followed, and tagged. :)

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Liked and tagged. Victor tried twice, saying, "Like in Chicago voting, vote early, vote often!" LOL.

Sandra Ulbrich Almazan said...

Tagged you this morning!

Kate Allan said...

Tagged! Nice to meet you. x

Hywela Lyn said...


Rebecca Emin said...

I have liked and tagged your book on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.

K J Bennett said...

Tagged and liked on .com, an I liked the Kindle edition on the UK site (couldn't find any tags there).