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The Jewish Dog: Starred Review from Kirkus

In 1930s Germany, an exceptionally intelligent dog is born into a Jewish family.

Caleb immediately notices that he has some inherent traits that set him apart. 197 more words

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Kirkus Reviews Gives Thumbs Up To Curtain Calls

The review of Curtain Calls arrived from Kirkus Reviews today. Needless to say I’m very pleased.

The review is posted below, but here’s a link if you want to see the actual Kirkus site: … 310 more words

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Kirkus review ordered!

Yes, yes, yes, I ordered my review earlier today! Woohoo! Managed to still get the thing with the discounted price, *sighs with relief*. Now I’ll just have to wait a little and read the thing when it’s done — May 7 is what was told me. 435 more words

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What's your opinion of book reviews? Should authors review? Please readers, don't be shy!

Hi all:

I’ve read and heard a variety of arguments on the subject or reviews. Much advice to authors focuses on the need to obtain reviews, on how important they are, on professional reviews (yes, because scandals apart, there are places, … 1,221 more words

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Curtain Calls on Hold While the Kirkus is in Town

Here comes the Kirkus; the Kirkus is in town!

The release of the print version of my World War I era novel, Curtain Calls, has been rescheduled for April 9. 275 more words

The Writer's Life

The race is on

Hi, folks. In slightly more than a month University of Texas Press will publish my first book, John Prine: In Spite of Himself, part of its… 165 more words