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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Need reviews?

Need Your Work Reviewed?

I will review your book/dvd/cd at the amazingly low price of $0.00!

Reviews will appear on Technorati.com, Examiner.com, or AllVoices.com (your choice; Examiner is only DVDs and documentaries) as well as other outlets (e.g., Amazon, Barnes & Noble) by request. I accept titles by self-published authors, small publishing houses, and independent filmmakers, as well as fatcats. If you need an honest review, email me with your title and genre. To read my reviews, visit technorati.com . Listed below are my specific areas of interest, although I am willing to review other types of work. I will not review any material for which I feel unqualified.

Please note: I now accept adult fiction, depending on genre; I do not accept "R- or X-rated" material.














6 comments:

  1. how do I get my book reviewed? on-line?
    greetings from India!

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  2. Hello Bob, Your tag on Technorati about the ID caught my eye - then I went on to read your review on the Forgiveness documentary.
    I'm working independently for an American writer-producer here who just completed a film project titled, ALEX THE ALLEY CAT - which is about the man's ID (evil twin)
    Here is a press release. http://bit.ly/hkKmxf
    and here is the photo-synopsis;
    http://bit.ly/f1Z1UQ

    We would very much appreciate having you review the film. It is entered in the Cannes Independent Film Festival next month as an 'International narrative' although there is a lot of music that conveys story-line. the HD film will become available on Amazon.com & downloads in the very near future. This is NOT a sex movie, rather a fantasy adventure love story of tragedy to triumph.
    Please advise the mailing address for the DVD.

    My email is tangmu777@gmail.com.

    Kind regards.

    Tang (Tnag Mubreara) Bangkok TH.

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  3. This is really great, how can I get my work to you. It would be greatly appreciated, also can you tell me how to secure my rights for the book.

    marieclv54@gmail.com

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  4. Now I'm confused. Moments ago, I read on Amazon your review of Guilt, by von Schirach. The review was so well done that I looked you up to tell you so and to ask you to consider reviewing my latest novel, A Majority Of One. I am reviewing Guilt for the New York Journal of Books and decided to check out his first, Crime. Was surprised to see that Guilt already had a few reviews posted. Checked those, too, and, as so often happens, was disappointed in them -- all but yours, that is, which was dead-solid perfect. As an author, I've often lamented the poor quality of most reviews and am fond of saying, "I count myself lucky if the reviewer seems to have read the novel I thought I wrote." Re the confusion, I came to your blog and saw that you don't review adult fiction. "Don't even ask," you said. But if Guilt isn't adult fiction, I'll eat my hat. Thus emboldened, I request that you review A Majority of One or Six of One, Half Dozen of Another (Stories & Poems 1) or, in case there really is a God, both.

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    1. Bob, I sent you a private response, but not sure if you got it. --bob

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  5. Now I'm confused. Moments ago, I read on Amazon your review of Guilt, by von Schirach. The review was so well done that I looked you up to tell you so and to ask you to consider reviewing my latest novel, A Majority Of One. I am reviewing Guilt for the New York Journal of Books and decided to check out his first, Crime. Was surprised to see that Guilt already had a few reviews posted. Checked those, too, and, as so often happens, was disappointed in them -- all but yours, that is, which was dead-solid perfect. As an author, I've often lamented the poor quality of most reviews and am fond of saying, "I count myself lucky if the reviewer seems to have read the novel I thought I wrote." Re the confusion, I came to your blog and saw that you don't review adult fiction. "Don't even ask," you said. But if Guilt isn't adult fiction, I'll eat my hat. Thus emboldened, I request that you review A Majority of One or Six of One, Half Dozen of Another (Stories & Poems 1) or, in case there really is a God, both.

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