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Registered: ‎09-28-2010
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I'm willing to review your book...

I'm willing to review your book that you wrote if you could post it online (just for a short amount of time) in EPUB form for me to download. I love reading and reviewing books.


All you have to do is post a link to a website where you have your book online for free (in epub form), and I will read it and review it.

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Registered: ‎09-30-2010
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Re: I'm willing to review your book...

I have 2 FREE eBooks here at B&N. One is a short story collection called The Dead Mayberrys And Other Stories, and the other is The Big Kaboom, a preview of my comic thriller Rooster.

I also have another short story collection, Believable Lies, here for $2.99.


I write the blog, Smashwords Books Reviewed,

and I invite guest reviewers.


Let me know what you think.--Neil


Neil Crabtree