This July’s starred self-published book reviews from BlueInk include a tense murder mystery set in Montana, the fictional bio of a 19th century Lakota boy, and more.
Neal Pollack’s cold war thriller Almost Armageddon about a plot to assassinate Mikhail Gorbachev leads this month’s top self-published reviews from BlueInk.
May’s top self-publishing reviews from BlueInk Review include a book of hockey trivia, two charming kid’s titles and a memoir of being raised in an orphanage.
Our compendium of the top reviews of self-published books from BlueInk Reviews includes an ‘Old West meets space frontier’ sci-fi story and a spellbinding mystery.
No starred reviews, but several well reviewed titles, including the first in a trilogy of ‘Viking tween’ adventures and a memoir about Latin American Jews.
This month’s starred reviews of self-published books include a Western with Butch Cassidy, a historical examination of the Armenian genocide, and more.
This month’s selection includes a “rollicking, retro seafaring adventure” and a thriller with “a breathless conclusion,” among other gems.
Self-publishing is a contact sport, there are countless mental blows to absorb. To succeed in 2012, you’ve got to be more like Denver’s resilient quarterback.
Patti Thorn, former books editor of the Rocky Mountain News, has co-founded BlueInk Review, a pay-to-play platform that reviews self-published books.
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