I got another Bingo playing Scrabble. Yes, I play a lot of Scrabble. Can you tell?
And in other great news, I got a wonderful email from author Tim Kilpatrick. He really appreciated my review of his book Make Almost Anything Happen.
I got a bingo playing Scrabble. My fellow Scrabble geeks will know what I’m talking about.
Meg Van Deusen loved my review of her book Stressed in the US and gave me a shout out on her Twitter feed.
I don’t know if I’ve lost weight or what but these leggings are totally loose on me.
Just checked my email and Neil Pasricha loved my review of his book You Are Awesome. I am thrilled and I just reached out to him to thank him for his kind words.
I also want to thank my point of contact Kalee Brown and Simon and Schuster for my advanced copy of You Are Awesome.
Today I received an advanced copy of a book by one of the most respected and iconic names in publishing, Simon and Schuster. This is such a feather in my cap. I feel truly blessed.
William J. McGee, author of Half the Child, thanked me for my “insightful and wonderful” review. He also shared my review with friends and they think it’s quite perceptive.
McGee and I have connected via social media and LinkedIn. We have messaged several times and he mentioned I’m an asset to authors. Thanks, Bill, so much!
Wonderful news. Paul Schroeder who wrote the book Practice Makes Purpose sent out a PR related email and it found its way into my email queue. In this email he praised my review of his book:
“Lastly, The Book Self Blog recently posted a review of Practice Makes PURPOSE. I’m grateful to Bookish Jen for her thoughtful review (read an excerpt below). Jen has lots of interesting reviews of other books that readers may find interesting. I encourage you to visit her blog and look around.”
He also provided a link to my blog via this email. How lovely of you, Mr. Schroeder. I can’t thank you enough.