Thursday, May 31, 2018

CR Newsletter for June has now gone out

Happy June! (winter or summer - whichever season you’re in)  Our June Compulsive Reader newsletter has just gone out.  This month’s issue includes 11 (had to squeeze one more in) fresh reviews of such titles as Green Point Bearings by Kathryn Fry, The Anarchist Thing to Do by Michael Raship, Grace in Love by Ruth Latta, 16 Pills by Carley Moore and many more plus interviews with The History of the Decline and Fall of America’s Scott Erickson and A Scandal in Bohemia’s Gideon Haigh.  We also have a fantastic new subscribers giveaway and the usual round-up of literary news including the latest on the suspended Nobel Prize for Literature.  If you are a subscriber you should have received it already or you can grab it from the public archive here: http://www.compulsivereader.com/sendpress/email/?sid=MA&eid=MTM1MTI

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Monday, April 30, 2018

New Compulsive Reader Newsletter for May

The new Compulsive Reader Newsletter has just gone out with a great new giveaway, and also lots of new reviews and interviews of some of the most exciting books around, literary news, and more.  It should be in your inbox now. Don’t forget to enter out giveaway for a copy of 60 Days Left by Andrea Lechner-Becker!. if you’ve missed the emailed version, visit our public archive here:
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Saturday, March 31, 2018

New CR Newsletter out for April

Hello readers, our April newsletter has now gone out.  This month we have our usual suite of 20 fresh, original reviews and interviews  (including an interview with The Lucky Galah’s Tracy Sorensen - a first novel which I predict will win a lot of awards in the year to come (you heard it here first - my predictions are rarely wrong :-), 2 fabulous giveaways, and a huge round-out of literary news.  The newsletter should be in your inbox now, but if you haven’t received it (or you aren’t a subscriber), you can grab a copy from our archive here:
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Saturday, March 3, 2018

CR Newsletter for March

Our March Compulsive Reader Newsletter has now been fully dispatched.  This month’s issue contains a bunch of new reviews including wunderkind Gerry Orz’s book Lucky or Not Here I Come, Carolyn Taylor’s Loose Ends, Lisa Preston’s The Measure of the Moon, and many more, as well as interviews with Alan Alda (yes, the Alan Alda), and Idelle Kursman, and of course a new book giveaway, news roundup and much more.  It should be in your inbox  now, but if you’ve not got it, check it out here:
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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Compulsive Reader Newsletter for Feb

The February Compulsive Reader newsletter has now gone out.  As always the newsletter has 10 fresh links to reviews and author interviews including an exclusive, in-depth chat with the amazing Kaz Cooke, reviews of the poetry books Glasshouses by Stuart Barnes and Appalachian Fall by Jennifer Maiden (which I’ll be launching in Newcastle on the 13th of Feb at Maclean’s Books - you’re invited to join us - it’s free and wine and cheese provided), great new fiction like Eye of the Moon by Ivan Obolensky, as well as a round-up of literary news around the globe, another great book giveaway, and more.  If you’re a subscriber, it should already be in your in-box (or check your spam folder and then white list me!).  Or you can grab a copy here: http://www.compulsivereader.com/sendpress/email/?sid=MA&eid=MTMyNjc

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Monday, January 1, 2018

Compulsive Reader Newsletter for January

Hello readers and happy new year!  The January Compulsive Reader Newsletter has now been fully delivered and contains the usual 10 fresh pieces including an overview of the Wollongong Writers Festival, Earthly Remains by Donna Leon, These Wild Houses by Omar Sakr, A Jarful of Moonlight by Nazanin Mirsadeghi, and lots more, as well as a great new giveaway (we had a surprise extra give-away last month and that may happen again sometime...), and the round-up of literary news, prizes and events.
If you haven’t received your copy, you can check it out in the public archive here: Compulsive Reader Jan Newsletter