Hello, I am sorry for leaving this message on your page, but I did not see a contact email. My name is Michelle Cornwell-Jordan and you will be hosting the IndieReview Behind The Scenes 100,000 Listeners Arts Festival through VBTCafe on this Friday 15th...which I truly appreciate:) I would like to get the post information and Rafflecopter info to you please, if you could email me at email@example.com, I will get you that information, thanks so much!
Hiya, we have be trying to email you but unfortunately the email keeps getting bounced back. Please can you get in touch with Sylv at Dark Scream Book Tours on firstname.lastname@example.org with regards Once Written Twice Shy tour you will be hosting for us. We need to get some more info to you.Like Michelle, sorry for leaving a comment. Many thanks
Hello, I'm sorry for posting here, but I couldn't find an e-mail or any other way to contact you anywhere on your site. Except twitter, but how could I possibly request a review in 140 characters.Anyway, my name is Vanya Drumchiyska and I'm organizing a blog tour for the Sci-Fi Thriller of Kenneth G. Bennett. I'm giving you the link to the book's Goodreads page. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20641630-exodus-2022?ac=1If you're interested to review or participate in the blog tour, please e-mail me at email@example.comThank you for your time and consideration.
Hi there, I wonder if I may be so bold as to recommend for your review the new Austen-inspired book, Follies Past: a Prequel to Pride and Prejudice by Melanie Kerr. It has been getting exceptional reviews on Amazon (amazon.com/dp/B00GD76KJY) and you can read the first chapter, the blurb and a bit about the author on the website: FolliesPast.com. There are also three enticing, film-style trailers that can be seen at that same website or on Youtube. Essentially, the book is based on the story of Darcy, Wickham and Georgiana, as described in Darcy's letter to Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice. It is intertwined with an original and sweet love story of the author's own invention and is written in the style and the language of Jane Austen's own works. Reading it really feels like discovering a long-lost Austen manuscript.Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any more information, or to let me know if you decide you might like to review it so that I can send you a copy, in your choice of eBook or paperback or both.Sincerely,Mark CastilloPetticoat Press