Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Stamp of Approval from the Industry Giant

The current issue of Publishers Weekly has a review of 99 Jobs. The words they use are:
"a gritty and entertaining memoir"
"colorful characters and situations"
"Cottonwood's prose is lively and his stories often charming. Readers will find it easy to relate to the author and his experiences, which are likely to appeal to anyone who has worked a less-than-perfect job."
I'm delighted. In the main trade magazine of the big publishing industry, a good review by Publishers Weekly is an important stamp of approval for a small indie publisher such as myself.

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