In which I use the word review a lot

I woke up this morning to a warm rainy day. I’ll be going to bed to a wintery cold one. Thank goodness we have the flu in my house and I have feverish children to snuggle.

Okay, maybe I’m not really thankful about that, but I gave it the old college try.

So, remember Phoenix? Last year it received a very kind review from Long and Short Reviews (LASR), in which the reviewer gave it a “Best Book” rating. On Monday I was notified that LASR will be conducting an online poll during the first two weeks of February to determine the Best Book of 2012, using a list of books that have received the “Best Book” rating.

What does this mean? Well, if your great love is voting in online polls AND you’ve read and enjoyed Phoenix (or any other book on the list), it means that starting tomorrow you can vote. Yay, right? February suddenly looks a little brighter, doesn’t it?

I’ll be back tomorrow with a link. Also, maybe some other facts about Phoenix, maybe even an embarrassing one, just to make up for the link. It appears that I will not be posting my my first writer interview this week, due to indulging in non-interview related conversation instead, but I have high hopes for next week.

Actually, let’s call it plans instead of hopes. That makes it sound so much more organized.

Nominated BoY 2012 Phoenix


  1. Congrats of the review!

    Hm-m … I only counted three, and that included ‘reviewer’.

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