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Want us to review your book? If you are a Lulu author and have a book for sale at Lulu.com, and you would like for The Lulu Book Review to read and review your work, then leave a comment here. Give a link to the book, your name and the title of the work, and a brief synopsis. Tell us why we should pick you for the next review.

If we are interested in your work, we will email you and ask for the PDF file or for a hard copy.  Once your book has been reviewed, we will contact you to let you know the review is live.  Our review will be cross posted for you to your book’s page at Lulu.com and to Amazon.com (if applicable).

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9 Responses to “Pick me!”

  1. ‘Caribbean Capers and Tropical Tantrums!’ is a funny account of a family holiday in Tobago, which I decided to begin writing while waiting for a cooker to be delivered. I’m delighted with the reviews and votes I’ve received so far. Here’s one review:
    http://www.kopek-publishing.com/blog_review/?p=330
    Here’s my content page:
    http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/caribbean-capers-and-tropical-tantrums/4839169

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  2. ‘Altered Life’ is a rarity - a Private Eye mystery set in the UK. Many - if not most - crime novels written by UK authors use policemen or forensic investigators as their protagonists. I wanted to create a private eye in the tradition of the great US writers of the genre, Chandler, Macdonald and, lately, Robert Crais and James Lee Burke. Set in and around Manchester, the story tells of a private eye who refuses a case - but then gets drawn into it when someone he hasn’t seen for nearly twenty years turns up as the wife of the client he turned down …

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  3. *The Life of Saint Dufus* recounts the medieval tale of St. Dufus of Chatillon, who rose from a simple and obscure life to untold heights of glory and infamy, touching the lives of such luminaries as St. Bernard of Clairvaux, the philosopher Peter Abelard, and King Louis VII along the way. Presented in faux-scholarly format with oodles of entertaining footnotes, a curious mystery running through the text, and a startling “reveal” at the end, *The Life of St. Dufus* is unlike any other book on the market, and on that basis alone I humbly request your review.

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  4. I have written a short story called Gacaca and it is posted on both Lulu and Amazon. It is a short fiction.

    The title comes from the name of the Rwandan community justice courts. The story is of Thomas, a young man from Rwanda living in the United States. He has lots of scars from the genocide. The most obvious one is the scar on his face. He rides a bus home and he tries his best to hide it from the other passengers. But then one man climbs onboard who knows exactly what happened to him.

    Yesterday was the 15 year anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda. I want people to read my story to raise awareness for past genocides and ongoing genocides like the one in Darfur. So please review my short story. it is six pages long and on Lulu for .99

    Thank you for your time

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  5. Please review my books - The Magic Eye at http://lulu.com/content/6368901
    and From Salford to Tucson and Back Again at http://www.lulu.com/content/5758510

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  6. Hi

    I would an unbiased review of any of my books, especially from someone who does not know me personally. Part of what we need as writers is feedback. The old addage of there is no such thing as poor feedback is absolutely true. If we don’t understand what we are doing right, or wrong, then how can we learn. Writing after all is a learning process, both for the writer and the reader and there is therefore that necessity for feedback.

    The books themselves are all military/espionage thrillers (I hope), ans involve the sam cast of characters. With this said each book is a stand alone novel.

    So, I hope you will have a quick look at the books and let me know if you would be interested in reviewing the content. As I said any and all feedback will be warmly welcomed.

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  7. http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/the-nine-lives-of-clemenza/6472926

    If you were able to choose what form of life you would live, what would you be? The Nine Lives of Clemenza explores the realms of spirituality and reincarnation. It introduces the possibility that as complex souls, we choose our lives, thus giving us the ultimate capability of free will. Clemenza starts out as a new soul in heaven, contemplating what form of life she will take to begin her journey. God grants each new soul nine lives, provided they bring back a moral lesson learned. Clemenza is diverse in her choices, exploring every facet of existence from air to the northern lights to a human being. Roles are reversed and souls intertwine during Clemenza’s many lives, as she learns the meaning and importance of pain, grief, loss, love and passion.

    “The Nine Lives of Clemenza” is a truly unique novel about the soul and heaven. I wrote it to make some sense of faith and would love a review!

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  8. The Path Into Darkness
    http://www.lulu.com/content/2726927

    Mark Roberts is a nervous, anxious office worker living a mundane existence in New York City. But when he becomes beset by recurrent nightmares and hallucinations of magical rituals, he tries to learn what is happening to his once-normal life. His search for answers takes him from his home in Manhattan to the long-time family home in Massachusetts, before he learns that his fate is intertwined with a ruined tower in the highlands of Scotland.

    Along the way, he discovers his own recently developed aptitude for magic is tied directly to a cycle of reincarnation that puts him in the center of a centuries old battle for possession of his restless soul. As he is initiated into the secret world of magic and sorcery, Mark discovers that there is no such thing as simple coincidence and that hidden hands pull at the strings of his life.

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  9. THE GUARDIAN -
    http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/the-guardian/3901897

    Ella Barrotti is not a normal girl. She is a hostage of the Darkness, and soon enough the void will reach for her. It is unfortunate then, that What Was Written has assigned to her a guardian angel that is completely useless…

    A war is coming.

    The Guardian is a fantasy novel primarily for young adults, though can be enjoyed by all ages.

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