Through the Nethergate by Roberta Eaton Cheadle was purchased by me after participating in “Rave Waves Eyes on The Book Show” hosted by our President Nonnie Jules with guest, Robbie Cheadle. The show aired on October 8, 2022 and was really enjoyable.
Unfortunately for me, the purchase didn’t download successfully. It was on the Lulu page. Perhaps Robbie, being from the UK, was having a difficult time getting an ebook created on Amazon. Perhaps not. All I know is I am out $3.49 and can’t retrieve the download. Their instructions suck. If you are a techie, you may have better luck. On top of that, they do not issue refunds on eBooks.
Buying is not for the faint of heart at Lulu’s!
My suggestion for Robbie is, “Do not utilize this company or you will lose goodwill among your readers.” I decided to let it go even though it could have been resolved through my credit card company.
I was so looking forward to reading this ebook as it sounds like an exciting read. Here is the blurb:
Margaret, a girl born with second sight, has the unique ability to bring ghosts trapped between Heaven and Hell back to life. When her parents die suddenly, she goes to live with her beloved grandfather, but the cellar of her grandfather’s ancient inn is haunted by an evil spirit of its own. In the town of Bungay, a black dog wanders the streets, enslaving the ghosts of those who have died unnatural deaths. When Margaret arrives, these phantoms congregate at the inn, hoping she can free them from the clutches of Hugh Bigod, the 12th century ghost who has drawn them away from Heaven’s White Light in his canine guise. With the help of her grandfather and the spirits she has befriended, Margaret sets out to defeat Hugh Bigod, only to discover he wants to use her for his own ends – to take over Hell itself.
Now you can see why the book got my attention. I will not be trying to buy from Lulu in the future. They must come up with a better way to service their customers or they will lose them.
Perhaps you’d like to share your own stories or make a beneficial comment. Anything that can help all of us make better decisions so that we don’t waste our money.