Friday, October 31, 2008

Guest book reviews in October and radio interview

I’ve guest posted on two different blogs this month:

My review of American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld appeared on Word to Mouth earlier this month. Thanks, Carrie, for featuring me on your blog! If you are not already familiar with Word to Mouth, I encourage you to check it out. As Carrie says, this site “is an Internet talk show and companion blog website produced to introduce readers to new and seasoned authors and the books they write.”

My review of The Heretic’s Daughter by Kathleen Kent was also featured on Tina’s blog, Bookshipper, today. Thanks, Tina, for giving me the book and guest posting my review!

Enter my giveaway for a copy of this book . Deadline is November 7.

Finally, Kathleen Kent was interviewed on Blog Talk Radio a couple of days ago. If you haven’t already done so, you can listen to the interview.


  1. I love Words to Mouth!

  2. I liked American Wife as well and think Sittenfeld is a talented writer.

  3. Yeah, me too, Kathy! I didn't mention it in my post, but I also love the fact that Carrie gives away copies of all the books she profiles... I still have The Professor's Wives' Club to read that I won from her.

    Tara, I linked to your review in my review of American Wife here. I hadn't read your review before, but I basically agree with you (although I don't think I liked the book quite as much as you did). I'm definitely still interested in reading Prep.

  4. You guys are wonderful. Thanks for the cross-promotion ~ So great to have the cooperation in encouraging reading and supporting all the terrific talented authors out there.

    Looking forward to keeping in touch. By the way, your readers are welcome to submit book review as well.

    Take care,

  5. Avis, I had no idea you were doing these guest reviews! Thanks for letting us know.


  6. Thanks for dropping by, Carrie. I'm always happy to promote the blogs I love!

    Thanks, Shana!

  7. Thank you for linking to me! I did like the book an awful lot, I fear it's a bit too timely to be around long, though.

  8. You're welcome, Tara. I agree, I'm not sure about this book's shelf life either...