In 1439, Johannes Gutenburg invited the movable type printing press which revolutionized printing books and made them affordable for the masses. This was handy, since the e-reader would not be invented until 1998.
Recently, I came across a Book Blog with the groovy name of Gutenburg's Son, who just review The Revenant of Thraxton Hall.
The review goes into great detail. Although the fantasy aspects of the novel were not entirely to the reviewer's tastes, and he had quibbles with certain aspects of the plot, he ended up giving the book five stars and plans to read the next book in the Paranormal Casebooks series, The Dead Assassin.
You can find the blog and the review here: Gutenburg's Son
Monday, January 19, 2015
Monday, January 5, 2015
BookTherapy is a brilliant podcast run by Rob Cohen, a lawyer in the US. In each edition Rob and his brother discuss and review the latest books they have read. The podcasts, I must point out, are tremendous fun and a complete hoot to listen to.
As you can imagine, BookTherapy gets through a lot of books in the course of a year. As it was the end of the year, Rob released his Top 10 Books of 2014 and The Revenant of Thraxton Hall made the list! It was very flattering to see my book listed alongside some big, big names such as Stephen King, Ken Follett, Peter James, Alex Grecian, etc.
Thanks againto Rob Cohen. I am counting his shoutout as the best present I got this Christmas.