Started by Robert J Saniscalchi in Fiction Suspense Aug 24, 2012.
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Any reviews you do for an author please post them here on this site. If you will post them under the Discussion page. The reason is simply we want to generate interest in the books. So if someone reads the review they can comment on it and then another person can add to it. That way all will be able to not only see the reviews they can be part of them as well.
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And please invite your friends and family to join us here. This is a great resource for readers to find new authors who they have never read before.
Martha had an excellent idea. It is called "Buy/Review Swap" the way this works is if you find a book that you think you might like to read and review contact that author. See if they will buy your book and you will buy theirs, then each of you read the book and post the reviews here. Then we start the dialogue as we are doing now. The reviews can and should also be posted on Amazon and other reviews site.
(Larson Publications, 2015, the www.larsonpublications.com). ISBN 978-1-936012-74-9
This has been an impressive few years for Larson Publications. While continuing to bring the works of philosopher Paul Brunton to a new generation of readers, they have published such moving titles as Elaine Mansfield’s Leaning into Love, which recently won the Gold Medal Independent Publisher Book Award for Aging/Death &…Continue
Posted by Joey Madia on June 30, 2015 at 11:38am
(Thomas-Jacob Publishing, 2015), ISBN: 978-09895729-9-6
By Joey Madia
A few months ago I had the pleasure of reviewing Smoky Zeidel’s captivating novel, The Storyteller’s Bracelet, also published by Thomas-Jacob.
Sometimes I Think I Am Like Water, a collection of poems, once again showcases Zeidel’s craftsmanship and her deep connection to nature and the importance of ritual communion with it. What I enjoyed most was the way the poems create a dynamic…Continue
Posted by Joey Madia on June 25, 2015 at 11:46am