Just for the fun and networking of it, I was recently given the opportunity to become a contributing book blogger for Sam’s “The Book In Hand” blog. I won’t reblog them all here since they’re just visibility-boosting reposts of the #SPSFC reviews I already posted on the Hatstand, but I’m hoping this serves to get extra readers interested in self-published books. There are some gems out there.
This review is part of my judging effort for the SPSFC. For a little intro to the whole thing and an explanation of my judging style, see this practice review.
Hey there. I’m here to talk to you today about Ache, by Kelvin Myers, aka. Levi Jacobs (I like him already, he has at least a couple of alternate names). Ache is a creepy and easy-to-read allegory and warning about social media and other technology dependence, with a good dose of zombie apocalypse thrown in.
I started reading this book while waiting in line for my second corona vaccine shot, and then while sitting in the waiting room after my shot to see if I exploded or turned into a 5G signal tower or whatever the vaccine is supposed to do to you. I didn’t – I’m fine, really I am, hold your phone up next to…
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