Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Compulsive Reader Newsletter for April is out

Just in case you haven't received yours (or it's sitting in your spam folder - I'm afraid the word "compulsive" does sometimes trigger it), the new Compulsive Reader newsletter for April has gone out with the usual cache of ten eclectic reviews including My Journey by Olivia Chow, Random Acts of Kindness by Lisa Verge Higgins, The Heroism of Pakistani Poetry,  Nice Girls Still Don’t Get the Corner Office by Lois P Frankel, Valerie June’s Pushin’ Against a Stone, The Wild Girl by Kate Forsyth, Get it Done — From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 minutes a day by Sam Bennett, The Rule of Knowledge by Scott Baker, the Sternthal-Klugman film The Words and Lucy Fischer’s book Body Double, and It Came! by Dan Boultwood.  How's that for diversity?  There's also a big roundup of literary news (lots going on this month), and three new book giveaways for subscribers to enter. You can grab a copy from the archive here: and if you aren't a subscriber, go and subscribe already:  It's free, it's informative, it's artistic, it's a global worldwide network of book lovers and if you aren't already subscribed, we're missing you. 

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