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message 1: by Charity (new)

Charity | 117 comments Mod
Please post general fiction books that you would like reviewed

message 2: by Willett (new)

Willett Thomas | 15 comments Hi all,

I’m a newbie to digital publishing and would love to receives reviews for my book, "Low Time in Arcadia" which is available on Kindle at Amazon. My novel is Southern Gothic, in the tradition (hopefully) of The Secret Life of Bees and To Kill a Mockingbird.

Please take a look and leave a review, like or tag it.

All are extremely appreciated!

All the best, Redden Sanders

message 3: by S.L. (last edited Oct 15, 2012 07:20PM) (new)

S.L. Vail (slvail) | 4 comments Greetings, all. I'm an indie author, looking for reviews/feedback (and willing to give same). I offer my dark comedy, Act Locally, currently available through Amazon, Smashwords, and my website (

If you're interested, please let me know and I'll be happy to provide a copy in your preferred format. It'd be nice to hear from any reviewers within 2-3 weeks and I'll be sure repay the favor by completing my review(s) in as timely a fashion.

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John David (johndavidauthor) | 3 comments Good Morning:

I have just added my newest release, a short detective story that is the first in a series I call Noir De Jure.

Ybor Noir - A Frank Geddy Detective Short (Noir De Jure, #1) by John David

Ybor Noir - A Frank Geddy Detective Short

Ybor Noir was a finalist for the 2012 Creative Loafing Reader's Choice and Editor's Choice awards.

The work is only 3000 words, about 14 ebook pages, so it is a very easy read.

I am looking for reviews both here and on Amazon, BN,Lulu, Kobo, etc.

If you are interested, I can provide you with a copy in ePub, Kindle, or pdf formats.


The London Magazine (TheLondonMagazine) | 1 comments Hi. I work for The London Magazine- a literary journal (poetry, short stories, essays, reviews etc) and we're currently running a free issue on kindle. The deal expires tomorrow, but from next week, we're running a 99p deal on issues.
It would be wonderful if someone would write a review <3

message 6: by Willett (last edited Mar 18, 2013 11:56AM) (new)

Willett Thomas | 15 comments Hello all,

If you like Southern Gothic, I'd like to have reviews for my novel Raised by Hand, Lifted by the Tides. Think To Kill a Mockingbird or Secret Lives of Bees. The link to my page on Amazon is below. I can send you a mobi file or epub.

Also, it will be available only to GR March 18, for FREE download.

Thanks in advance,

message 7: by Nicholas (new)

Nicholas Crutchley (nbcauthor) Dear Reader

Deadweight: A Case Study Concerning Mental Illness, is available as a Kindle eBook for FREE from Amazon today, Tuesday 2nd April 2013. It was written to increase understanding of mental illness and so help reduce stigma associated with it. A full description of this novelised autobiography and links to AMAZON can be found at A Goodreads discussion is also taking place.
Please be sure to leave a REVIEW on Amazon, Goodreads or in some other place on the internet or in print. Also, if possible, please share this link using social media.
Thank you

Nicholas Boyd Crutchley

message 8: by Kate (new)

Kate Sebeny (KateSebeny) | 4 comments The Last Best Thing


I, too, am gathering reviews for my recently published novella, "The Last Best Thing." Here's a taste:

“What started out 50 years ago as an annual party evolved into a yearly reunion and then a way of life. It’s sort of like a geriatric Big Chill.”

Sam and Sarah are the elderly owners of a farm in central Iowa that turns into a private retirement community when it also becomes home to a disabled friend, a destitute neighbor and her daughter, and an expatriate artist. Together, this close-knit group confronts the hardships and disappointments of age and infirmity with courage, humanity and humor.

But beneath the surface, this rustic “home away from the old folks’ home” is not everything it seems. One of its inhabitants is a killer. Another is her victim.

How far will these lifelong friends go to help each other when their way of life is threatened? Witness what loyalty and sacrifice really mean to this unlikely group of people gathered together under one roof.

If this whets your literary appetite, please feel free to read more on my website and contact me for a digital edition at

Thank you for your attention and happy reading! ~Kate

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