High Five – Book Review Blast!

thumbs up rudolphWell how cool is it to get an awesome review? Oh come on, be honest, you want to scream it from the rooftops. Well, here’s your chance to do just that – but please – use your inside voices! There’s no need to shout. Just post a link which goes directly to your favorite review in the comments below. Not all retail sites allow for that, so please limit links to those which do. Here’s an article that will explain how. Follow the instructions below, and you’ll be good to go!

Want to share that awesome review? Just place the following information in the comment section:

1. The name of your book;

2. Your favorite, SHORT one-line quote from the review along with a link that goes directly to the review from a magazine, review site, or retail site; and [If you go nuts, we will edit you. Don’t make us do that.]

3. ONE purchase link to the book. If you use an Amazon link, we can make it all pretty with a book cover for you. If you use a link to a site other than Amazon, sorry, the coding is just too difficult.

So let’s give it a try, shall we? Please make sure to follow the RULES above. Now, go ahead and tell the world about your awesome review. IU is a safe-for-work site. PLEASE do not post links to erotica, religious, or political titles.

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37 thoughts on “High Five – Book Review Blast!”

  1. The Most Uncommon Cold I: Life in the Time of Zombies
    “The Most Uncommon Cold is a quick, exciting read that combines the ferocity of a classic horror tale with the mental intrigue of a psychological thriller.”


  2. Chum

    “All the characters are made to inspire reflection into one’s self, at least for me, I could not be happier I found this gem!” Amazon 10 reviews 5 star average.

  3. “Reading Ed Griffins journey through a Catholic seminary, the politics of the 60’s, and the need to find true love in the world, left me longing for my own fairytale romance.”
    Once A Priest

  4. A Plague of Dreams (Dreamwood Tales vol. 1)

    Robert Crosley wrote on Amazon:

    “It is this ability, creating a compelling story that is entertaining on the surface, while exploring a snippet of a “very big idea” that puts Mr. Gregory[sic] in the same class of the Golden Age masters of the science-fiction short story.” (he meant Mr. Hancock)


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