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The Book Review Directory is Now on Tumblr and Google+ !

 

Hello everyone! I thought I’d let you all know that The Book Review Directory is now on Tumblr and Google+ ! They’re still quite new, so if you have a moment, please consider giving them a follow. I appreciate it!

So, here’s a total of all the places you can find notifications for The Book Review Directory posts:

Thanks everyone for all your reading over the years.

You rock.

 

 

 

 

 

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Letters

 

The Book Review Directory is open for authors to advertise their books. I’m also accepting advertisements at A Writer’s Path and All Romance Reads.

I’m an author, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be to get the word out about your book. If you’re frustrated with your book sales, consider advertising here.

For those of you who are authors, indie or traditionally published, there is an option to advertise your book here on this website. There are several options, including the sidebar book cover images that you see on either side of this post.

For more information, check out the advertising info page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advertise Your Book

Letters

 

The Book Review Directory is open for authors to advertise their books. I’m also accepting advertisements at A Writer’s Path and All Romance Reads.

I’m an author, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be to get the word out about your book. If you’re frustrated with your book sales, consider advertising here.

For those of you who are authors, indie or traditionally published, there is an option to advertise your book here on this website. There are several options, including the sidebar book cover images that you see on either side of this post.

For more information, check out the advertising info page.

 

 

 

 

 

Dog Country – Book Review

Dog Country

 

Dog Country by Malcolm F. Cross
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

And what’s a person who’s been only really trained for war do after being forcibly taken out of the war? This question is an escalation of the issues raised by the transition of a soldier to civilian life. Conflict arises as the soldier is underprepared for the transition, and the civilians fail to understand the POV of the soldier. This sci-fi tale grasps this scenario and runs with it.

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The Pillars of Natura – Book Review

The Pillars of Natura

 

I was contacted by the author of this book and sent a review copy in exchange for a honest review.

I must say I was a little apprehensive about this book. I had never heard anything about this author or the book. As I started reading I thought I may have made a mistake in agreeing to do a review.

It started kinda slow and I was having a hard time getting into the book. Before long that all changed and I was totally enthralled and wanting more. This book starts the story of Raine and Rennick Sherrill, twins that find out they have some great powers and maybe even a greater destiny than they could ever imagine.

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The City of Mirrors – Book Review

The City of Mirrors

 

When the latest and final installment of one of my favorite series came out last week, I raced over to the bookstore to pluck it off the shelf (along with several other books that I just couldn’t help but grab as well). Arms overloaded with books, I made my way into my house where I unceremoniously plopped them down on my bed and cracked open The City of Mirrors, by Justin Cronin.

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