Mini review, interviews, crowdfunding

by | Aug 30, 2014 | Book review, Fiction, Musings, Sisters Born Sisters Found | 2 comments

This is a short book review I just posted on Amazon and Goodreads, following a period of silence:

The Adventures of Charles T. Woolley

41eXCfpUQvL._AA160_The Adventures of Charles T. Woolley, the sixth of H.B. Reid’s novels, drew me in and delighted me throughout with a seamlessly crafted and imaginative mix of hilarity and wit. Humor is not easy to write, and Reid has nailed it here. The only thing better than reading a book like this is hearing H.B. Reid read aloud from his work.


More to come

Sisters-prelim-cover-cropI’ll soon be posting weekly interviews with authors who have contributed to Sisters Born, Sisters Found: A Diversity of Voices on Sisterhood, which is slated for publication this November.

And next week, in Letters from Laura, I’ll be sharing news about the Pubslush crowdfunding campaign launching for this book. To subscribe, just enter your email address in the field directly below “Sign me up!” in the right-hand column of this page.



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  1. Susan Brien

    I think it’s marvelous that you would interview other authors so that your own audience strengthen their own commitment to you. It will be neat to here your questions and what the authors said. I’ll be comparing those to that which I know if you. Thanks for doing that!! Your rock the world of writing and storytelling. HUGS!!


  2. admin

    Oh, thank you, Suz! It’s so uplifting and energizing to receive encouragement like this when I’m about to do something new. You’re the best.

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