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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2008 9:22 am 
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Another place to get your stuff reviewed:-

http://tff-reviews.blogspot.com/

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A short review this time - The Whitby Gazette. Wonderful associations with Bram Stoker and Dracula.

The online version has a few mistakes in it. Should be caul bearer not pall bearer and Simon should be listed as horror writer. Few other typos too but hey, goodish coverage for horror writers.. I'll ask them to put it right.

http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/A-t ... 4645152.jp


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Latest review of Bull Running for Girls here. It is a good one again. Thank you Stephen!

http://stephenbacon.co.uk/


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It must be my lucky day another review just came in from Elizabeth de Jager :D

http://www.myfavouritebooks.blogspot.com/


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Joe R Lansdale ...has kindly given me permission to share this quote about Bull Running for Girls. It isn't the sort of thing that happens to me every day. :)

"Kid, I like all your stories. Your book is killer and a class act for a first collection.

Allyson Bird is a rare bird indeed. An original voice in a world of plain vanilla. She rides some dark waves with grace and a heart full of light and shadow. If there's any justice, she's on her way to real recognition. Joe R. Lansdale."


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