What people are saying about “The Bookworm Returns : Life in Obama’s America”

Kindle.web_Andrea.coverMASTERI’m kvelling.  When I toddled over to the Amazon page for my new book, The Bookworm Returns : Life in Obama’s America, I discovered that Caryl B. Miller left the nicest review:

Deep in the wilds of Marin County on the other side of the Golden Gate bridge lives Bookworm, a pseudonym for a wonderful writer and culture warrior tilting against the predominant Left flowing current. I’ve always loved her blogging and here is a collection of some of her best work.

Her take on living in Obama’s America, delivered from what some people might call the heart of it alternately made me laugh and reflect seriously at what we’re becoming as a society, and I think it will have the same effect on you. It is, more or less, a diary on what we’re going through right now. And being a collection of short essays, it’s a great mental snack when you feel like giving your brain a treat.

Highly recommended.

If you liked the book, and if you feel so inclined, I would appreciate it if you could pop over to Amazon and say a few nice words too. The Amazon metrics are such that those stars and reviews are very useful for sales.

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  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    I’ve noticed instapundit often writes an entry when he receives a book (for review, probably). He doesn’t review it on his blog though, heh, but I suppose that’s besides the point. The point is to get the names out. To generate interest by pointing to social group A, and saying “hey, A likes it”. Humans are such simplistic social creatures that knowing 50 people like A, will cause them to also begin to like A.
    I don’t know what Glenn’s policies on Ebooks are, but he may do the same for you if you can seal the deal.