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As part of a special promotion for all ebooks distributed through Smashwords, I am giving you the chance to get a FREE copy of my sensational erotic memoir Love Has No Limits.
You can follow the link below to Smashwords and use the special coupon code RE100 to get the book FREE in various ebook formats.
This FREE promotion will be available from one minute past midnight Pacific time on March 4 until the stoke of midnight Pacific time on March 10.
The coupon code only works at Smashwords, not at retailers served by Smashwords.
Here’s what some readers have been saying about this book.
“The sex explodes!”
“Vanessa Wu has just become my new favourite author.”
“Really loved this story. A good plot coupled with erotic and sensitive sex scenes.”
“I got a little too stirred up thinking I had discovered the next literary genius.”
“We are certainly going to be hearing a lot more of Vanessa Wu.”
“I usually put at least one area where I believe the book could improve. In the case of Love Has No Limits… I just want more of it.”
“Beautifully written, sensuous and honest, this is a truly modern erotic gem!”
“After discovering this by chance, I went and downloaded everything by Vanessa Wu.”
“Hot, hot hot!”
“The writing style is very cinematic – I kept thinking of long tracking shots through the streets of Berlin and Amsterdam and what kind of soundtrack would suit it. It’s always wonderful when you come across a writer you enjoy by accident.”
“Her style is lovely to read. I so often don’t get past the first couple of pages of a new author… and to find myself devouring her writing was quite a surprise.”
Today instead of a review I have an announcement.
My novel, Love Has No Limits, is now available as an ebook on the following sites.
I am thrilled about publishing this book, which is a very personal one.
My short story, Captain Sun, was modelled very closely on things told to me by a friend who was living in China in the 1970s, so that was also very personal, but Love Has No Limits is based on my own experiences in Amsterdam and Berlin more recently.
How I came to be living in Berlin is a very long story. I will perhaps tell that story one day. For now, I am very happy for this little novel to see the light of day.
My memories of Berlin are very happy ones. My visits to Amsterdam were brief but, as can be seen in the novel, made a deep impression.
I hope that anyone reading this novel gets as much pleasure from it as I had in writing it.
Do you find yourself checking your email ten times a day and all you get is junk mail? What are you hoping for? A love letter? News from a friend? Confirmation that someone has bought your ebook?
When I find myself checking my mail too often and nothing arrives, I pick up this book and randomly make a selection. I don’t know what they are. Stories? Episodes? Anecdotes?
To me they are like entertaining letters from an old Russian friend in Berlin. If you get letters anywhere near as good as these in your inbox you are very lucky. Wladimir is a minor celebrity in Berlin. But I suspect if you’ve never been there, this book will be largely without interest.