Molly McCaffrey

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Molly McCaffrey is the author of YOU BELONG TO US (memoir) and HOW TO SURVIVE GRADUATE SCHOOL & OTHER DISASTERS (stories). She lives in Bowling Green, Kentucky, with her husband, novelist David Bell.

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You Belong to Us

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message 3: by Mary

Mary Bokkon Just read a pretty decent first novel called /Wild Girls/, in which the villain is a "Dr. David Bell," handsome folklorist, academy headmaster and seducer of young women, who gets ripped apart by a gang of maenads. I think you'd like it. :-) Wild Girls


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Hello Molly,

It's such a pleasure having you as a friend. Thank you and best wishes!

My warmest regards,
CJ


message 1: by Daniel (last edited Aug 25, 2016 12:24PM)

Daniel You really do write good reviews, Molly. There are many outfits out there willing to pay for review writing but the majority will at least give you a free book. I'd think about this and maybe even start up your own web page reviewing books. If you do this then MOST publishers will send their very first printed copies to librarians and review writers FREE. You simply read it then give them their review. ALL of them want to print good reviews of their books BEFORE these books come out to the public.


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