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Midwest Book Review

Greetings!  Are you interested in book review publications? Do you like to advocate literacy and libraries?

Then you must take a look at Midwest Book Review. They started in 1976 as an online monthly publication aimed at librarians, booksellers, as well as the general reading public. Its mission is to promote literacy and library usage. They just reviewed my novel The Dazzling Darkness.

Midwest Book Review   April 8, 2014

“Paula Cappa is a master of the metaphysical mystery genre. “The Dazzling Darkness” documents her as an extraordinary and original storyteller of the first rank. Very highly recommended, it should be noted that “The Dazzling Darkness” is also available in a Kindle edition. Also strongly recommended is Cappa’s previous metaphysical novel “Night Sea Journey: A Tale of the Supernatural.”

They published the following book review magazines: The Bookwatch, The California Bookwatch, Library Bookwatch, MBR Bookwatch, Small Press Bookwatch, Wisconsin Bookwatch.

Editor-in-Chief James A. Cox talks about the history and policies of the Midwest Book Review, and he also answers some important questions about the craft and ethics of book reviewing:



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