Birds like to read too. It’s true.

Something New!

Over the holiday break, I had just enough time to read a bit. While it is true that I (and Titmouse) read a book distributed by a larger publishing house, I (we) plan to read more indie authors this year.

I am crossing over from 2016 to 2017 on a creative high note, so I hope the book review format, at the least, is interesting (ideally, I hope it is entertaining!).

Click here for PDF-Screen Reader-Friendly Version.

Hope this post reaches everyone flying high in the new year! πŸ™‚

[Recommendations are welcome – especially Β indie books!]

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11 thoughts on “Birds like to read too. It’s true.

  1. I love the format, original and creative, very easy to read, easy to scan down the page and look for items of interest. I like the “egg awards.” Graphics are wonderful. Looks fun and professional at the same time. The writing is clear; you summarize and evaluate without getting bogged down in too many details. You hit a home run with this one, great job! πŸ™‚

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  2. Suzy, this book review approach is so inventive! I love the quick insights, your “egg” rating, and the perky visual format. Book reviews are too often dull. – I loved that you featured an epistolary novel, and I remembered that I read “Dear Committee Members” last year, it was a kick. The way Schumacher gradually reveals the decline and eventual falling-apart of the protagonist through letters is really fun to read. A side note, my favorite epistolary novel is “Up the Down Staircase,” by Bel Kaufman, which is a book of the ’60s but still resonates today, I think. Thank you!

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    • Thank you so much – I appreciate your thoughts because I wasn’t sure how well the format and the review itself came across. Glad to hear it worked! And “Dear Committee…” is so hilarious. I loved it. I am going to check out this Up the Down Staircase you mentioned. I love the title! Thank you for the suggestion! πŸ™‚

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