Do You Read My Reviews?

Many thanks, again, to David S. Atkinson for reviewing Hagridden last August — and here is a whole list of his other great reviews of books by writers I love, like James H. Duncan’s What Lies in Wait; the anthology Choose Wisely: 35 Women Up To No Good, edited by H. L. Nelson and Joanne Merriam; Jon Konrath’s The Memory Hunter; Jen Knox’s Don’t Tease the Elephants; Ryan Werner’s If There’s Any Truth in a Northbound Train; Bonnie ZoBell’s What Happened Here; and a whole shelf-ful of others. Check them out!

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Do you read my reviews? Maybe you don’t even know I write book reviews. Maybe you should check them out. Here’s all that have gone live in the last year:

My review of The Devils That Have Come to Stay by Pamela DiFrancesco published June 18, 2015 at [Pank].

My review of What Lies in Wait by James H. Duncan published June 15, 2015 in Issue No. 8 of Buffalo Almanack.

My review of Choose Wisely: 35 Women Up To No Good , published April 30, 2015 at InDigest.

My review of American Past Time by Len Joy, published December 29, 2014 at [Pank].

My review of The Memory Hunter by Jon Konrath, published September 11, 2014 at InDigest.

My review of Hagridden by Samuel Snoek-Brown, published August 18, 2014 at InDigest.

My review of Black Cloud by Juliet Escoria, published August 4…

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Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

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