A New Blog! “Have You Read This?”

Exciting news!  My dear friend and sister-in-law, Sylvia Morice (an awesome writer and twice freshly pressed WordPress blogger!) and I have just started a new blog called Have You Read This?  It’s a book review blog dedicated to independently published books, or “Indie Books” as they’re commonly known.  As Indie authors ourselves, we’ve noticed that there are not many book review blogs out there that will accept Indie Books – so we’re aiming to give Indie authors a chance to gain some well deserved exposure and to give book lovers a chance to discover some great new authors.

So go ahead – why not check out the Indie Picks by the Indie Chicks: Sylvia and Faye?  Here’s a link to Have You Read This?

About Faye Hicks

Writer, animal lover, retired engineer, and professor emeritus.
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6 Responses to A New Blog! “Have You Read This?”

  1. Reblogged this on Ramblings of a Writer and commented:
    Today I’m copying a post from Faye Hicks’ blog–she did a great job announcing that she and I have started a new blog together–called “Have You Read This? Indie Picks by Indie Chicks”. So all you fellow indie writers out there, please check out our submission guidelines and if you think we’d like to read your book, let us know!
    And as I said in the new blog, “Don’t be a stranger”.

  2. Hope you don’t mind–I reblogged your great post today!

  3. Now following your sister-in-law.

  4. 4heconthalttecong1976 says:

    Reblogged this on Joseph White Pages.

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