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By admin, November 29, 2008 7:44 pm
I’m Barbara Joseph of Midnight Sun Enterprises, Inc. and I was wondering if you’d be interested in receiving an ARC of my new book, “The Personal Drink”.
Summary of The Personal Drink: Charlotte is renowned for her skill as an exceptional drink. When her friend and co-worker, Charisse, drags Charlotte to an interview at the local mansion to become a personal drink, Charlotte isn’t too happy about it–especially when she is chosen out of all the other girls to serve the vampire who owns the mansion. Through this arrangement, Charlotte is introduced to Nathan, a handsome servant who is clearly hiding something. Charlotte is sure he’s human–she can sense it–but he’s far too strong and much faster than any normal human should be. With these two strange new men in her life, Charlotte begins to learn more about herself and how to trust and rely on others.
The genre is supernatural. Word count: 79,425.
Here’s a link to the awesome cover: http://s1252.photobucket.com/albums/hh563/midnightbj/Kindle%20Book%20Covers/?action=view¤t=d4175f09.jpg
Thank you so much for all you do and taking the time to read my email. I hope to hear from you soon!
Thanks so much for thinking of me to review your book. I appreciate the thought. I don’t take review requests. I get so many of them that I wouldn’t have a moment to write if I did. I wrote a blog article explaining my policy. I also give a few links to places to get quality reviewers. http://www.yourshelflife.com/?p=1341
Wishing you all the best with your book!
Like you, I’m dedicated to Jung’s psychology. For an interesting and different perspective on it, please visit my website: http://outlawpsych.com/ Scan some of my posts; I think you’ll find them intelligent and thoughtful. Thank you; always open to discussion.
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