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    1. I love the layout of your page.

    2. *your email button wasn’t working so I hope it’s ok that i sent you a message here*

      I am inquiring about the possibility of you reviewing my book. It is a YA book titled “To Die To Live.” I will enclose a bit of the books premise below. Thank you for your time and consideration.

      Theo is a troubled teen with a troubled life. After a series of life changing instances, he befriends the class “troublemaker.” Together their friendship grows. After yet more traged, will Theo fall victim to life’s circumstances or fight to make it better?

      Thank you again.

      Jason Hershey

      • Hi Jason. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you – my life took over for a little bit there. I’d be happy to review your book. Were you thinking of forwarding it in an ereader format?

    3. Oh, I mean I am trying to send you and email on your comment page and it won’t send. Claire

    4. Sean-Paul Thomas

      Hi Weezelle.

      My name is Sean-Paul Thomas and I am an author from Edinburgh. I was just getting in touch after I came across your book review site recently, and I was wondering if you would like to read and review my new, black humorous/mystery/thriller novel, with some slight Sci Fi elements – The Old Man and The Princess. Or even just post an excerpt on your blog.

      The book is targeted at adults, but it does have a very strong, young adult female, character lead.

      I know you have a life outside of your online book blog lol so there really is no rush or time limit if you do, indeed, decide to read my story. The book comes in at around 250 pages in length and has been professionally proofread and edited. I can send you any digital file format that you desire.

      Please find a brief outline of the story below.

      The Old Man and The Princess

      An eccentric old Irish man, who claims to be ‘not of this Earth,’ kidnaps a young, headstrong, Irish teenage girl, from the streets of Galway and tries to convince her that her life’s destiny is tied to a mystical cave in the Scottish highlands.

      But with half of the Irish criminal underworld violently on their trail, the young girl struggles back and forth with the old man’s real identity and far fetched intentions, to whether he truly is genuine in his wild and fantastical beliefs. Or is he really just a mad, demented, old fool, having some kind of mental breakdown in his twilight years.

      Thanks for your time and I look forward to hearing back from you, even if just to say no thanks.

      My e-mail is


      Sean-Paul Thomas.

    5. Craig Pomranz

      I am reaching out to bloggers. I think it is important to keep this conversation going…after reading and tweeting several stories on bullying, gender roles and autism. I was guided to your site and thought you would be interested in my story. My children’s book Made by Raffi is out and I am very proud of the attention and reviews, but mostly the conversation regarding “embracing our differences” that it is generating.
      News: Made By Raffi is shortlisted for the Little Rebel Children’s Book Award!

      Inspired by a true-life incident, Made By Raffi is the story of a little boy who likes to knit and sew — at first he is teased for his hobby, but in the end he becomes a hero to his class. Recently released in Chinese and Korean the Made by Raffi is now published in 8 languages and 11 countries so far by UK publishers Frances Lincoln. Award-winning artist Margaret Chamberlain is the illustrator.

      I wrote the book to support young boys and girls who are perceived as “different” because of their appearance or hobbies. It is a funny colorful book with a serious message and will interest those who care about promoting diversity and embracing our differences, as well as all children seeking to fit in.

      Also exciting news! – is that composers Amanda McBroom (Bette Midler’s “The Rose”) and Michele Brourman (The Land Before Time) wrote a song “Different” to be attached to the book. We just released the song, link here: Different

      Oprah’s guru Geneen Roth [Women Food and God] “I wanted you all to know about this one…although he is bullied, he really does stay true to himself– and it all comes around in the end. So touching.

      I was recently forwarded this email from a man in Istanbul: “Today I enjoyed to preorder your beautiful and meaningful children book for my cousin. Especially here in Turkey we need to learn respect to the one who is different than us. Thanks for your effort to make the world a better place to live. Best regards, ”

      A donor has given 75 books to the Archdiocese of New York Catholic schools for all of their libraries. I am available for interviews or background conversation on the topic or I can write a blog post to keep the conversation going.

      Made By Raffi is available on and BarnesandNoble as well as other sites around the world.

      If you need any more information I can be reach me at my website email and on twitter @MadeByRaffi.

      I would appreciate your feedback on this new venture and very important topic.

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