We’re entering the home stretch of the the Orangeberry Book Tour for She and going from daily to weekly stops for Concussion Is Brain Injury. Since my last post, the She book tour has stopped at The Reading Cat — Review (tiny spoiler) Book Lover’s Dream — Interview and Book Feature Need to Stop Reading […]
Today I have three events for my Orangeberry Book Tour! First up, a guest post on Author’s Friend. I offer ten tips on becoming a better writer, and I throw in a bonus tip too. “Even if [writing] comes naturally, spilling out like a thunderous waterfall, there are things you can do to make that […]
“I found this novel very difficult to put down.” Another review of my novel She has hit the web! ReaderViews, an American company that specializes in book reviews, just published a review of She on their website. Their reviewer Paige Lovitt wrote: “What if you are traveling down a dark road one night and suddenly […]
Almost a year ago, I submitted Lifeliner to the 16th Annual Writer’s Digest International Self-Published Book Awards. I recently heard from them, much to my surprise. Unfortunately, my book “was not among the winners.” That’s a nice way to put it; they gave me a participation certificate. The winners will not be announced publicly until […]
I’m starting to feel like a critically acclaimed movie: lots of good words, not the commensurate number of sales. Still, the review of Lifeliner I just stumbled across was a real upper. When I searched for “jeejeebhoy” on Amazon.com, I did a double take when I saw next to the title of my book “4 […]
The Midwest Book Review was established in 1976 and “publishes several monthly publications for community and academic library systems in California, Wisconsin, and the upper Midwest.” Among those publications is MBR Bookwatch, and you won’t believe whose book ended up in the March 2008 issue? You got it: mine! “The MBR Bookwatch is a monthly […]
Lifeliner recently garnered praise in a review by Ernest Dempsey. First posted on Babelation, the review appears on Book Corner, along with links to my book trailer and website. Dempsey starts his review, “One thing a good inspirational book achieves is making its readers realize the worth of life and the state of living just […]
A television station out on the plains of the United States picked up a review of Lifeliner and published it on its website. I’m amazed — as in, just-not-taking-it-in-very-quickly-as-it’s-so-unexpected, in a good way — that a station in Omaha, a city in the US, not Canada, has decided to showcase a review on my book!
I may not be getting a dozen roses today, but Reuters gave me something better: national attention!