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Not one but two novels on bestsellers list at ebook retailer

This week, teen novels Feedback and The Bird With The Broken Wing make it to the Bestsellers list at online retailer OmniLit. Not only do they make it to the list, they reached number 2 and 3.

These novels also appear in the Best Selling Young Adult Fiction eBooks list and the Highest Rated Young Adult Fiction ebooks list. Yep, that's right. My novels are, at this point in time, sitting alongside Mortal Instruments City of Glass on a best seller list. Am I excited or what!

Have you grabbed your copies yet?
​​The Avid Reader
"...Feedback was a phenomenal read! I really loved it. I believe that most or all of it could actually happen. Well I believe that the memory of organs could happen. I believe that diseases could be spread in the way that D.L. wrote in Feedback..."
"...My favorite aspect of Richardson’s writing is how unapologetic she is. Her descriptions and details of each teen’s situation, their disease and what it’s doing to their bodies, is, at times, raw and makes it that much easier to sympathize with each of them..."
Jean Book Nerd
"...Richardson does a phenomenal job of describing and building up these broken down characters. As the story unfolds, readers will realize the gravity of the circumstances and how Rachael is an important part of Ben’s life and Jet being more important for the lives of Ben and Rachael. Richardson’s writing style is very descriptive and allows readers to fully understand the turmoil that all three are going through. This is truly a beautiful and inspirational story about three characters who are trying to find their way..."


D L Richardson is the author of speculative fiction. She has three teen novels and one short story anthology published. Her first novel reached number 2 at OmniLit and number 38 at Kobo Books. Her second reached number 1 at OmniLit. Little Red Gem is her third novel and recently won 2nd place Best Books of 2013 Paranormal Cravings. She lives in Australia on the NSW south coast with her husband and dog.

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  1. I am so happy for you! :D haha. I love your 2 sweet YA books in the same screenshot as the number 1 book. It just seems a little out of place. (:


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