Hi Kate, thank you for your comment this a.m. I have checked out your blog - good job! It looks great and you provide some great reviews. Im glad to have joined the site - it's exciting. If you've got some time, check out my site at www.ebookbotics.com. I'm interested in publishing futures. Was great to read some of your blog posts!
Would you be interested in giving me a review on my adult fantasy coming out in Feb? It'll be the unedited version, if that's ok. I have a problem with my publisher, they stopped production until Jan 1, my book was in the middle of being edited when that happened. Now I'm not sure what to do, so I'm just going to keep moving forward anyway.
Thanks for your cordial welcome. The CrimeSpace format with all the comments is a new experience for me--looks like fun. I like your book review site. I see that someone sent you a PDF of their book. You must be quite busy, but how does one qualify to be reviewed by you? I publish my cozy and romantic mysteries under my label, Moon Cactus Books.
Happy reading! Molly ^..^
Hi Kate. And thanks for the welcome. You're right about the overwhelming part, but that could also be due to my vow to only spend a short amount of time on the web. It cuts into actual writing time so easily. I've already gotten some great suggestions for comic crime reading that I'll be uploading to my nook ASAP.
Dear Kate,Thanks for the delightful welcome and I love your analyses of the New American elite... the "Pretty Aristobrats".They seem all too real in this "Best and Worst Of Times."I am very taken by your catagories for rating books that may or may not be keepers.I look forward to reading much more of and on your blog. Best Alan Klaw from the periphery of the Gobi Desert of America "New Mexico"
Thanks very much for the warm welcome, Kate. Just read the interview with Jennifer and The Aristibrats review, this is just the sort of approach I'm looking for, and there's plenty on your site to check out. I'm a thriller fiction author and I've just started my own blog on writing and publishing, at
- a different kettle of fish to yours and nowhere near as elaborate yet.