Review Update

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Hi World,

This is Carly, the Digital Coordinator for Carina Press. I do many odds and ends around the office, but mainly I manage the review program via NetGalley. We’ve been getting a lot of amazing reviews for our titles (seriously, my inbox is FULL) and I couldn’t go another minute without bragging about sharing some of these awesome links.

The Sevenfold Spell by Tia Nevitt

The Sevenfold Spell was made a Top Pick over at Night Owl Reviews, Reviewer Valerie said “The tale is an amazing, imaginative tale that enraptures the reader and tells the intriguing story of what happens to all the other people in a fairy tale. It is a novella that is well worth the read.”

Sunrise Over Texas by MJ Frederick

Camellia at Long and Short Reviews (LASR) calls Sunrise Over Texas “…a feast for the senses – the cold and fear while crossing the Trinity River, the roar of the cannon, the taste of food, the smell of a loved one…”

I don’t know about you, but now I really want to go to Texas!

Gambit by Kim Knox – Rom Fan Reviews

Carla was sad to see the story end, but you know what’s not sad at Rom Fan Reviews? The four out five naked torsos.

No One Lives Twice by Julie Moffett

I like how the Tales of Whimsy blog breaks up the review into easy-to-read sections. Her final verdict? She is ANXIOUSLY waiting on Book #2.

Presumed Dead by Shirley Wells

Now, I may be a little biased towards this blog (Journey of a Bookseller) since I also work part-time at a bookstore, but when bookseller tells you they couldn’t stop turning the pages… you KNOW it’s good.

Rakes & Radishes by Susanna Ives

Rakes & Radishes got a Top Pick (9.5 out of 10) over at The Season. Did I also mention Susanna Ives is a debut author? What a way to start your writing career!

Comments

  1. We’re getting some awesome reviews!

    I loved the review for Presumed Dead from ‘Journey of a Bookseller’. There’s nothing better than knowing a bookseller couldn’t stop turning the pages. :)

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