After Christmas 2011, my best friend and her husband came to stay with us for a couple of days. She showed me one of her Christmas presents, a book, Death Comes To Pemberley by P. D. James. Both she and i are passionate Jane Austen fans. She told me she wasn’t sure about it. Would it completely destroy Pride and Prejudice? Or would it do Jane Austen justice? I offered to read it for her. She told me she was hoping i would say that. So i did.
If you feel this way too, then i’d be happy to help you out by reading your book 🙂
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I feel the same.
I’m married to a farmer-wanna-be who owns several of Joel Salatin’s books and has done a weekend workshop out at his farm.
We visited and toured the farm last year, as we order our meat from him. Great fun, but a bit far from Australia, I’m afraid.
“Folks, This Ain’t Normal” is my personal favorite.
I’ve written a YA paranormal with Christian undertones called HIGH: The Way of an Eagle and was hoping you might read and review it?
I don’t know how else to contact you…sorry 🙂
Jealous! I would love to visit and tour his farm!
I would love to read and review your book! Thanks for contacting me. I must admit, i probably should have a “Contact” page with my email address. Sorry about that. You can email me at email@example.com
Hello again, Laura.
I’ve sent my first galley proof back to the self publisher to have layout errors corrected. I’m probably a month or two away from publishing. I’d be delighted to send you a .pdf ebook when it is complete, should this be of interest.
May I email you a single page of my test reader feedback to help you decide? It has been most encouraging: a gripping read; non-fiction that reads as good as fiction; it felt as if I was there with them, telling the story.
That would definitely be of interest! Thank you for the consideration.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org