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Today I received an advanced copy of a book by one of thost respected and iconic names in publishing, Simon and Schuster. This is such a feather in my cap. I feel truly blessed.

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Great news! Rotaru Arthur Cristian e-mailed me to let me know he was very happy to see his interview posted at the Book Self.

And in other great news, Eytan Uliel, author Man Mission, adored my review and agrees with me that Hugh Jackman would be an ideal star if Man Mission is made into a movie.

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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.

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I have some wonderful news and perfect for today is my birthday. Judy Martialay, author of Bonjour! Let’s Learn French loved my review of her book she wants to quote it for promotional purposes. I’m thrilled!!!!

Merci beaucoup, Judy!!!

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Great news! Jeff Abraham, my contact person from Jonas PR told he loved my review of Rhonda Shea’s book Up All Night. He also said Ms. Shear appreciated my honesty!

But wait! There’s more several people have reached out to me about reviewing their books so look for these reviews in the upcoming new year! According to a few of them they found out about me from the website book blogger.com. Hmm, who knew?

 

Brag Book: Tari Jordan Edition

 

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Tari Jordan, guest blogger over at these parts and blogging goddess over at Criminal Minds Fans got to interview Criminal Minds show runner Erica Messer. Tari asked some thoughtful and inspired questions and Ms. Messer answered them in a very intelligent, illuminating and entertaining way giving us a thorough take on how to make a TV show happen, what’s in store when it comes to Criminal Minds’ future, her very own career and what it’s like to work as a woman in television. I think you’ll really enjoy it and learn so much from this interview. I know I did.

Thanks Tari and Erica!