Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Book Tidbits

Have you
read Nickie's Nook: Sharing the Journey
yet? Did yu like it? If the answer is yes, I have an offer for you. If you didn't, I still have an offer, but you do have to have read the book.

After a great suggestion from
Terry from Counting Sheep
who's blog is excellent, by the way, I've added a section to the sidebar on the left. That section is devoted to my book, but it's pretty bear.

Here's where I could use your help. If you have a blog and have read the book, I'd love to see a review. If I have your permission, I would link that review in the sidebar of this blog. If, for some reason, I run out of links, I would create a blog post highlighting reviews and feature a smaller number of reviews in the sidebar. It's a great chance for exposure for me, others will know what you thought of the book, but also a good chance for exposure for you. Every time people visit my blog, they would see a link to your blog.

If you don't have a blog, but have a web site, that would also be acceptable. If you don't have either, talk to me, there may be a way we can either get you set up with a blog, or you could do a guest post here. All you need to do to be a part of this is post a comment here with your name that you go by, your review address and anything you want me to know. I'll screen comments on this post, so you can write this freely. If you have problems, visit the guest book and select private message, unless you're comfortable with it being public.

Also, I know at least one of you has written a review, but I won't link it until I have your permission.

I'm looking forward to partnering with you!

If you don't want to partner, but do want to ask a question, use either channel. Just know that if I reply to your comment, it will become unscreened and thus become public.
Tags: nickie's nook the book

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