I have dabbled before… (see PAWS Review)… but now I think I am ready to take on a real challenge.
I would like to read and review your book.
I vastly prefer novels in the genre of fantasy, science fiction, or mystery/thriller, but I will be happy to read a synopsis of your book and decide if it is something I would be interested in. If the material doesn’t interest me, I can’t read it. I do enjoy a bit of history as well, so historical thrillers or historical romance (not smut) would be considered.
Here is the catch: you will need to provide me with a copy of your book (I have a Kindle, or hard copies are acceptable) and $1 to my PayPal. If these terms are agreeable, please send your review request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warning: I am a Grammar/ English Nazi. If your writing or grammar is terrible, I will not be able to finish reading the book and I will refund your fee. Please write a personal email to prove how articulate you are when you pitch me your story.
I’m spending a year on hiatus from Fuzzy Business, working on my fantasy story project and (of course) working my butt off at gardening jobs.
If you enjoy my Fuzzy Business series, can you please write an Amazon review? Unless you write a review or contact me personally, I really have no idea whether any of you would like me to write more in that series. And I hate to say it’s a waste of time, but if nobody wants to see more of the humanimal world, I won’t bother writing it.
So, help a writer out! Let me know what you think of ANY of the Fuzzy Business books! I’d love to see some FB fan art as well, if you draw any. Here is a picture (original concept art) I drew of Connor:
I’m not sure if I built it up myself, but I just finished writing a very revolutionary-sounding dialogue in my new book. At this point, I don’t care if you know it or hate me for it; I am a Libertarian. I believe in limiting the power of government, being fiscally responsible and conservative, and being socially liberal–which means I don’t care what you do in your own personal life and I absolutely agree you have the right to do it, within reason (no raping and pillaging, etc.)
If there was some kind of major environmental disaster that hit multiple places in the United States all within a period of months, there would of course be a reaction from the government, hopefully to help repair the situation. But if they can’t repair the damage, how would they fix things?
Anyway, I thought I would add a little note for Happy Spring! My arms hurt from shoveling and my legs are sore… Spring time for farm girls is rough!