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Kathryn Dionne said...

Hi. I was wondering if you would be interested in reviewing my book, AT THE END OF THE LINE, coauthored with Abby Vandiver under our pen name, Kathryn Longino. It is a women's historical novel set in 1958-1972. It is about two women who meet through a wrong number and end up cultivating a deep friendship through some of the most tumultuous times in American history. Here is the link to our Amazon page:
Thank you for your consideration.

Sally Wiener Grotta said...


I'm not sure if my previous comment was published or not. It appears to have not shown up. My apologies if this is a duplicate.

My newest novel "The Winter Boy" was just published. Here is the basic blurb:

Reminiscent of Margaret Atwood, Mary Doria Russell, and Ursula K. LeGuin, “The Winter Boy” explores important political and social issues within a dynamic, character-driven otherworld, wrapped up in great storytelling. In “The Winter Boy,” a cloistered society of widows has forged a centuries-long peace by using storytelling, reason and sexual intimacy to train young men destined to be leaders. But a new widow’s first season with a “problem” boy erupts into conflict, anger and danger, when she uncovers a web of conspiracies that threatens his life and could destroy their entire society. (

If you're interested in a review copy, please contact Cynthia Dadson at Pixel Hall Press (Cynthia[at]PixelHallPress[dot]com) or email me and I'll connect you with her.

I'll look forward to hopefully reading your review. Thank you, Sally

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