What Readers Are Saying.

You guys really have done your homework and reviews are starting to come in. Full reviews. I was expecting short summaries.  This rocks!

Hey, I’ve even had an author, Carolyn Wilman, offer a copy of her book for the miniBookExpo for Bloggers

Check out the books reviewed so far

Clementine by Sarah Pennypacker [Hyperion for Kids] — never mind the kids, you should read this one for yourself first.  — Read ers’ full review on park(dale)life

The Grays by Whitley Strieber It’s as if we are actually reading in a “lost time” kind of style, something abductees experience when taken. Read Dead Robot’s full review on dead robot

Home Run by  Paul Kropp [Doubleday Canada]His ex girlfriend Margaret
becomes a kind of agony-aunty via email!
Read PRCS’ full review

The Taker by Julia Steele [Hyperion for Teens] She’s not one of the "mean girl" set, but isn’t under-dog nerdy either. Read Kate’s full review  on mynameiskate.ca

Stealing Mercury by Lori Cayer [J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing] What appears beyond the open wounds is
beauty and play.
 Read Christine’s full review 

The Wild Girl by Jim Fergus ...to recreate a brilliant portrait of the 1930’s midwest that seems so real in the mind of the reader. Read PRCS‘  full review 


Still Available  

There are still books available.  I had to remove the list from this post in order to maintain it effectively, so you can check out the list on the original posting

Note: I’d like to spread the weath, so if you’ve already
claimed a book or two or three, please encourage other people to

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Alexa is a digital marketer and author with over 20 years in digital & interactive communications in the food and tech industries. Alexa's CheapEats Restaurant Guides, for both Toronto & Ottawa, were Canadian best sellers. She is a recognized authority on social media and has been named one of Canada's 20 Leading Women in Social Media.

3 thoughts on “What Readers Are Saying.

  • July 10, 2006 at 11:33 am

    Review: The Wild Girl

    The Wild Girl by Jim Fergus  [Hyperion Books]Reviewed by PRCS This book was a wonderful reading from start to finish.  Takes place during the depression in 1930’s American midwest, it is the story of a young Apache girl ‘la nina bronca’ who was so wild…

  • July 12, 2006 at 1:07 pm

    Review: Stealing Mercury

    Stealing Mercury by Lori Cayer [J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing]Reviewed by Christine Thorpe Do You Notice The Blue of Sky The two epigraphs to this selection from Lori Cayer’s book of poetry Stealing Mercury read: A hundred thousand impressionfrom t…

  • August 8, 2006 at 6:46 pm

    More MiniBook Expo Reviews

    Check out the books reviewed so far Cereus Blooms At Night by Shani Mootoo — the story unfolds from the ending with lots of overlapping back story, revealing just enough at every juicy turning point to keep us page turning.– Melanie’s full review on …


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