I am please to announce that IndieAuthorLand asked me to do an interview for my book Castle Grey - A Katt and Mouse Mystery. Check it out here: http://www.indieauthorland.com/archives/3736
Not just a book I could not put down but a world that I became involved with. The plot was large in a natural way and much better than anything you could see on T.V. it was written so well the characters become alive in your heart and mind and you are able to see them. The characters unique with each being very much their own person; moves the story along in a perfected pace.
Castle Grey - A Katt and Mouse Mystery
There are times when we sometimes need a little push in the right direction. I decided to post some of the reviews that have been posted for Castle Grey. Thanks for checking them out. http://j.mp/QI7u6U
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Who would have thought that an idea designed to help others would actually be so beneficial to me? I wrote a few weeks ago that I would start reading and paying for other new author's books with the quest of getting to know me: new to the cause and trying to build an audience. I don't want them to be given to me so that my reviews would not be infleuenced. Genius if I do say so myself.
Every author has a perspective on how to write a novel. I know that because over the years I've been searching for my own way to write. As I evolved, my writing became more of the writer I wanted to be and clearer in the ways I present my stories.
Most of the time when I read new authors, I find the work wanting. The material is either a slight twist on an old theme or in some way contrived. And frankly, when I agreed to read Atticus for the Undead, by John Abramowitz, my expectations were not high. It wasn't because of experience, I had never heard of him. It was because I don't usually read material involving zombies, witches and other such clasic works.
Monterey Madness – Mr. One Pocket
Author: Lannie Wright
This review is unsolicited:
Genre: Murder / Suspense
Title: MONTEREY MADNESS
Author: Lannie C. Wright
Publisher: Wings ePress Inc.
Release Date: 10/2011
Review Company: Conger Books Reviews
Review Date: 9/18/2011
Review Rate: 4
Reviewer: JoEllen Conger
Christopher Reich is new to me. I like trying different authors to see how they stand up to my tastes. Rules of Vengence is a good read with lots of action and drama. I must admit however, that the ending wasn't what I had hoped for. Again that's just my taste. On a scale of 1 - 5, I would rate this a soft 4. Certainly entertaining.
Janet Evanovich is where I like to go if I want to read just for the sake of relaxing and smiling (outright belly laughs sometimes).
Since reading approximately one book each week for many years is something I enjoy doing, I thought, Why not share my findings with others who like to read.