This week I had one book review published: Firebird through The Romance Reviews.
Recently I’ve focused more on my own writings. I have my Author Page set up at Amazon, with three short stories and five poetry collections.
More in a moment…
“Rapunzel, Untangled by Cindy C. Bennett”, (Blogcritics).
“Being Henry David by Cal Armistead”, (Blogcritics).
“The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay”, (Blogcritics).
“Second Hand Heart by Catherine Ryan Hyde”, (How to Tell a Great Story).
[Reprint] “The Art of Assessment: How to Review Anything by Magdalena Ball”, (How to Tell a Great Story).
Originally I was going to only post my book reviews on Fridays, but since I had two today (and none in the last week), I decided to share them today.
“The Inconvenient Duchess”, by Christine Merrill, published at TRR (TheRomanceReviews), is a gripping historical romance with an Austen-esque touch (in terms of characters, settings and general tension, not in terms of romance).
My review for the romance novel The Nanny Who Saved Christmas by Michelle Douglas has been posted on TRR.
I will post it on my website in a week, under Book Reviews.
This year, I am on a course to be published more often than I have been previously, so to ensure I don’t accidentally bombard people with constant notices of new reviews online, I’ll share all my published book reviews on Friday, my TV and music reviews (which should be very few and far between) on the release dates, and author interviews on Sundays. Any other publications, like short stories, articles, and guest posts, I’ll probably post as they happen.
My book review for Media Magnetism: How to Attract the Favorable Publicity You Want and Deserve, edited by Christina Hamlett, is featured as part of the “Reviewer’s Choice” column in the January 2013 issue of the “Reviewer’s Bookwatch”.
My review will also be posted on the Midwest Book Review website for at least the next twelve months.