The month is progressing well. I've three very nice reviews this week for my debut novel, Primary Fault.
The first was from Martha Hubbard writing for The Future Fire Reviews. I liked her description of the book and her take on the Celtic mythology aspects. The Future Fire is per their manifesto: an
e-published magazine showcasing new writing in Social-Political
Speculative Fiction, with a special interest in Feminist SF, Queer SF,
Eco SF, Postcolonial SF and Cyberpunk.
The second review was from Annette Gisby at her Books and Tales blog. I also liked her take on the story and the characters. Annette writes thrillers as well as erotica, therefore the adult content warning when you enter the blog. But don't let that stop you. Go on in and have a look around the site and check out her published works as well. I am sure that I'll enjoy her writing as well and look forward to reading it.
The Midwest Book Review, overseen by James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, is a sprawling enterprise, with several different categories of review catalogues that, according to their website, are specifically designed for community and academic librarians, booksellers, and the general reading public. They are very supportive of Indie publishers. One of their reviewiers, Willis Buhle, also gave Primary Fault a favorable review in Reviewer's Bookwatch.
I'd like to thank these reviewers for their honesty and thoughtfulness.