Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Happy book-birthday to three Threepenny clients!

This week we’re celebrating the book launch of these three Threepenny clients. Love yourself an author today by buying a book, leaving a review, or spreading the word to your book-loving friends! These books are already hot commodities. Georgia Clark Don’t take it from me… Sara Shepard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of PRETTY LITTLE LIARS and THE HEIRESSES says, “THE…

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Project 2015: A Famous Rejection Letter

Orwell died this day in 1950. Here’s Knopf’s form rejection letter of a “stupid and pointless fable” called Animal Farm: Moral of the story? Don’t ever, ever stop at no. Do at least one thing today to make your past rejection letters frame-able. Read more about Project 2015 here!

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David Kalis makes Kirkus best-of-2014 list

Congratulations to Threepenny’s client, author David Kalis, whose coming-of-age memoir Vodka Shot, Pickle Chaser made the Kirkus Best Indie Memoirs of 2014 list. Here’s from the site: An affecting coming-of-age memoir looking at life in the Soviet Union at a time of political and social change by American debut author Kalis.   Recent college graduate David found himself at loose ends. He knew…

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Talk about fiction better with The Editor’s Lexicon

Become a revision-savvy writer or reviewer with the help of The Editor’s Lexicon: Essential Writing Terms for Novelists. It decodes, defines, and provides helpful examples of the editorial jargon used in writing workshops, critiques, and online forums. Written by an experienced editor and writing teacher, this dictionary-style reference book is a fundamental guide for writers across the spectrum of experience, editors…

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Inside A Newspaper’s Book Review Department

You will be better equipped to market your own books if you understand your audience. Or maybe you just want a behind-the-scenes tour – you loved the episode of “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood” that showed you around a fortune cookie factory. Either way, a newspaper office is a fascinating place, and if you have a book to sell, you should know…

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