Friday Review Share

If you have had a recent review for a book on Amazon or Goodreads then never miss an opportunity to share. Stevie’s post today is a great place to showcase your book and you can leave a link in the comments to the review and include a snippet or even the whole review..Head over to spread the word and leave your news.

Stevie Turner

Today it’s the turn ofFriday Review Shareto support Indie authors. Please leave a link in the comments to a review you’ve had on Amazon or Goodreads for one of your own books. A link to the review and a description of the book would be great (or the review itself if you like), because let’s face it, if people are interested in the book they will certainly check it out!

If you haven’t yet had any reviews for your books, then you can leave a review you’ve written for an Indie book that you’ve read and enjoyed.

I’ll start the ball rolling by sharing a link here and below to a 4 star review by Chris Hall that I had this week for Partners in Time (it’s also on Amazon.com)

‘This is a gripping read! The book has a slightly slow start and I was wondering when the…

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20 thoughts on “Friday Review Share

  1. Akea – His Mother’s Son is the second book in a husky/wolf series told through the eyes of the animals in a style likened to Jack London’s Call of the Wild.

    The heart-wrenching sequel to Akea – The Power of Destiny. Akea is no ordinary husky and taking her place as Wolf Queen was just the first step in the journey set out for her by the Great Wolf. Akea’s world turns upside down when humans raid their home, scattering the pack and capturing her hybrid son. Salvador struggles to adjust to a life in captivity quickly realising not everyone approves of his mother’s rise to Wolf Queen. When the Great Wolf sends him warning dreams, Salvador discovers his true purpose for being there.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/RA5I1MN2ZFLZ0/ref=cm_cr_othr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1916228593

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  2. Thanks for allowing us to share. Here is a lovely review of ‘The Fathers, The Sons and The Anxious Ghost’:

    ‘A thought provoking and highly engaging read, once I started reading I couldn’t put it down. It had interesting characters and a brilliant twist at the end. And handbag sized too so perfect for the train!’

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