Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cym Lowell's Book Review Blog Party + $25 Amazon GC


I met Cym Lowell at ThrillerFest - he's an author, a blogger, and internationally recognized tax attorney. But aside from being accomplished and quite impressive, he's a genuinely nice guy. He's hosting a Book Review Blog Party this week and offering a $25 gift certificate from Amazon as a prize.

The Book Review Blog Party is open to old and new reviews of any genre. Interested? Here are the rules:

Link up any (old or new, any genre) book review that you have written to the below Mr. Linky at Cym Lowell's blog. Then follow these rules:

1. Add a permalink to your specific post, not the main page of your blog.
2. List the name of your blog and then in parenthesis include a little information about your book review (title and/or author, genre etc.) Be sure to use spaces and limit characters to 75. For example, Gaby @ Starting Fresh (The Riddle of Berlin by Cym Lowell, Thriller).
3. Link to the party from your post so everyone can get in on the fun. You can add the Book Review Blog Party Badge at the end of your post for easier linking.
4. Visit the other Links and leave comments :)

That's it- I'm off to link my review of William Kamkwamba's The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind. I just came from his talk and book signing at Barnes & Noble Tribeca. I was there early and had a chance to speak to him, his mentor Tom Reilly, and his co-author Bryan Mealer which was wonderful. It was amazing to actually meet William and to hear him, Tom and Bryan share the details of William's story. More about William Kamkwamba and The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind shortly!

So, to join Cym Lowell's Book Review Blog Party, just head on over to http://cymlowell.blogspot.com/2009/09/book-review-party-wednesday.html

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for all of your comments. I enjoyed meeting you and your husband in NYC at Thrillerfest. I hope that your writing is coming along. On my blog, I love to post thoughts about thriller topics, some of which evolve into manuscripts. I have completed a short story for a contest, which will be posted in serial format on the blog. My agent is sending out a manuscript entitled Harvest of Gold, and I am working on an economic thriller, The Dust Scenario. Writing is a blast! If it is successful, so much the better. Beats heck out of being a young lawyer in a sweat shop . . . huh? You are so fortunate to have supportive husband.

    Again, thanks for the nice "shout out".

    Warms, Cym