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Hi! My name is Tom Abrahams. I wrote a political thriller called SEDITION. I am hopeful you’ll review it. The website for the book has a blurb, an excerpt, and more about me. Please let me know if you are interested and I can send you a copy for Kindle, iPad, or Nook. Thanks for considering.
Greetings from across the pond!
I should like to ask you if you would write a review of my (indie) novel, “Drayling”.
Drayling is speculative fiction/dystopian sci-fi and runs to 80,500 words. Having been published initially as a paperback in 2011, it has now been made available as an ebook on Kindle. I attach a copy of the cover for your info.
A Brief Synopsis
The small district of Drayling, in Southern 25th Century Britain, is typical of communities throughout the country, and its citizens live in harmony and contentment.
Following the death of the head of the national government, however, there is a significant shift in approach – which forces a small group of ordinary people to conclude that they have no alternative but to take radical action to protect their way of life. This is their story.
Not wishing to spoil the read, suffice to say that this is a different kind of science fiction book – for the intelligent reader.
To quote from the back-cover synopsis, “Reality collides with fantasy and philosophy as they embark on a mission of suspense, danger, deceit and death – with far-reaching ramifications.”
I don’t have a website.
The brief “bio” at the end of the book reads, “The author lives with his wife in Sussex (England). He is a member of English Heritage, The National Trust, Brighton & Hove Albion Supporters’ Club and Mensa.”
Possibly helpful links:
I would be delighted to send you a kindle-compatible copy of Drayling (or .pdf if you prefer) if you would write a review.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Many thanks and regards,
Terry J. Newman
I have purchased your book and will add it to my review schedule.
Hi Tammy. My name is David Haskell, and I’m writing to ask you to consider reviewing my new book, Too Much Information, now available on Amazon.com – it’s a political technothriller that was just released last month.
Here’s a link to the Amazon page – http://www.amazon.com/Too-Much-Information-ebook/dp/B00DV6A8UC
Brief Synopsis – Corporate greed and TMI technology leads to unprecedented invasions of privacy. Civil rights advocate Rob Folsom is called upon to fight back. (a longer blurb is available at the Amazon link)
You can find me online at http://mindbla.com (my blog), on Goodreads at http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7171228.David_Haskell and on twitter @haskellwriter – if you could let me know of any other information/requirements you may have, I’d be happy to offer any assistance you might need in order to help set this up.
Thanks in advance for your consideration.
David Haskell, author of Too Much Information
Thank you for the suggestion. I will look at my schedule and get back to you.
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