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4 Responses to “Contact Me”

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  2. Robert Eggleton

    Hi Berls,

    I read your very touching post about Trump and feel similarly, perhaps worse. I’m hopeful that the Senate version of the repeal of the ACA doesn’t make it to the floor for a vote. I’m a retired children’s psychotherapist and by biggest concern, as such, is our kids, especially since I live in West Virginia, the most impoverished state in the country. Without Medicaid, maltreated children will not get help. That’s depressing. Please see below about my project, including the Political Allegory section which describes that element of my debut novel.

    I wanted to ask that you please consider reviewing Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton, an adult literary novel with a social science fiction backdrop that was published by a traditional small press. The final edition paperback was released to Amazon on November 3, 2016: https://www.amazon.com/Rarity-Hollow-Robert-Eggleton/dp/190713395X/ The eBook was released on December 5, 2016. Detailed info is below, including about the nonprofit agency to which author proceeds are donated for the prevention of child maltreatment. Sensitizing readers to victimization, early tragedy in this story feeds and amplifies subsequent comedy and satire.

    Since you are too busy to review, please consider posting a spotlight or author interview. I could provide all the info and would be happy to answer any questions. Your readers would likely have an interest in a science fiction adventure that helps to prevent child maltreatment. Of course, I would be happy to send you a copy.

    My email to you bounce back.

    Thanks,

    Robert

    Blurb:

    Lacy Dawn’s father relives the Gulf War, her mother’s teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the meanest daddy on Earth. Life in the hollow is hard. She has one advantage — an android was inserted into her life and is working with her to cure her parents. But, he wants something in exchange. It’s up to her to save the Universe. Lacy Dawn doesn’t mind saving the universe, but her family and friends come first.

    Rarity from the Hollow is adult literary science fiction filled with tragedy, comedy and satire. A Children’s Story. For Adults.

    “The most enjoyable science fiction novel I have read in years.”

    —Temple Emmet Williams, Author, former editor for Reader’s Digest

    “Quirky, profane, disturbing… In the space between a few lines we go from hardscrabble realism to pure sci-fi/fantasy. It’s quite a trip.”

    — Evelyn Somers, The Missouri Review

    . “…a hillbilly version of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy…what I would have thought impossible; taken serious subjects like poverty, ignorance, abuse…tongue-in-cheek humor without trivializing them…profound…a funny book that most sci-fi fans will thoroughly enjoy.” — Awesome Indies (Gold Medal)

    “…sneaks up you and, before you know it, you are either laughing like crazy or crying in despair, but the one thing you won’t be is unmoved…a brilliant writer.” –Readers’ Favorite (Gold Medal)

    “Rarity from the Hollow is an original and interesting story of a backwoods girl who saves the Universe in her fashion. Not for the prudish.” —Piers Anthony, New York Times bestselling author

    “…Good satire is hard to find and science fiction satire is even harder to find.” — The Baryon Review

    Culture: This novel was written in colloquial Appalachian voice.

  3. Judi E Easley
    Twitter:

    I love your love, hon! I did an “Oops-y” on the link-up on Coyer. I added a book that I shouldn’t have. Can one of you please remove it? Book #100 Long Shadows. I didn’t get offered the book until the 17th and didn’t get it until the 18th. So, it needs to come off the link. Thanks! Judi

  4. Patrick Elder

    Dear Berls,

    My name is Patrick from the LionsHome company. I am contacting you today in regards to your blog, Fantasy is More Fun. We’ve been very impressed by the quality of your posts and we would like to add your blog to our LionsHome blog directory.

    LionsHome is a shopping portal for all things related to home and living. We are a rapidly growing start-up and we already have 400,000 visitors to our website every month. Our users are interested in topics such as home and living, interior design as well as a good read. Which you could provide!

    With our blog network you have the opportunity to add your blog posts to our network via a RSS-Feed and thereby attract new readers for your blog.

    We think that your blog posts are of very high quality and the topics you discuss perfectly fit with our website. Therefore we would like to invite you to join our blog network.

    You can sign up for free with just a small logo or text link.
    http://www.mylionshome.com/us/blogs/signup/

    Best Wishes,
    Patrick Elder
    Marketing & Community Manager US
    LionsHome

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