Monthly Archives: October 2007

Fame, but no fortune…

Another review, this one in print. Tom Elliott reviewed Mortal Touch for the November/December issue of Mensa Bulletin, which is the national magazine for Mensans–I have no idea what its circulation is, but it’s a four-color glossy 42-page magazine, published … Continue reading

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And the incredibleness keeps on coming…

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Oh…my…gosh…

Mayra Calvani, of Dark Phantom Review, finished her review of Mortal Touch. She’s syndicated it. It will be included on Blogcritics.org, Midwest Book Review, and The Slippery Book Blog as well as Dark Phantom. It’s a terrific review! Some minor … Continue reading

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More convolutions with reviews and conventions…

So. On September 6th, I queried a genre specific website, which shall remain nameless, about reviewing Mortal Touch. I got a personal reply right away, saying that I could send a review copy either by PDF or as a hard … Continue reading

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Renovating My Life…(long)

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So, what am I trying to put off doing today?

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My Life in Memage

Gakked from halfmoon_mollie:

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Review copies talk, they say ‘good-bye’…

I mailed out the review copy to the Boston Globe, so we’ll see. I’ve been searching through other major papers, and finding that they vary widely as far as book reviews. The Providence News doesn’t seem to ever review a … Continue reading

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One small step for persistence…!

I e-mailed the Boston Globe Book Editor for a THIRD time, and this time, he answered me, and said to send the book. Three tries it took just to get that far! The editor said that they review 20 titles … Continue reading

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Mortal Touch is listed in Locus!!

Granted, I didn’t get a review–but I would have been rather surprised at that. Locus is a serious industry periodical for the science-fiction/fantasy trade and they’re prejudiced strongly toward the big trad houses. But every month they have long sections … Continue reading

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