Here’s a “Running With Roselle” Book Review

“Dear Publicist: 

I’m very pleased to announce that the February 2014 issue of our online book review magazine “California Bookwatch” features a review of “Running with Roselle”.

Here is the review: 

California Bookwatch: February 2014
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Diane Donovan, Editor
Midwest Book Review
278 Orchard Drive, Oregon, WI 53575

The Biography Shelf

Running with Roselle
Michael Hingson
Roselle’s Dream Foundation
www.michaelhingson.com
9780615905235, $10.03,
www.amazon.com

Running with Roselle is a pick for all ages of reader from young adults through adult, and will interest any who love animals, who know someone who is visually impaired, or who appreciate a good story. While directed to pre-teens and teens, adults won’t want to miss this inspirational story of a 9/11 guide dog and her partner as they grow up together and come to escape the World Trade Center disaster by walking down 78 flights of stairs together. While the intent here is to serve as an inspiration to children and encourage them to rethink ideas of living with a disability, many an adult will find this inspirational as well, making it a fine ‘must’ for any general collection.

You have complete permission to utilize the review in any manner you deem useful for marketing and promotion.

Additionally, this review will be archived on our Midwest Book Review website for the next five years at http://www.midwestbookreview.com

Please send an email notification to my attention at mwbookrevw@aol.com for your future titles as they are published and become available to the reading public.

Incidentally, although our bylaws prohibit accepting money from authors or publishers (in order to avoid any conflict of interest issues), we did amend it to allow authors and publishers who wanted to make a gesture of support and appreciation for what we try to do here at the Midwest Book Review in behalf of the small press community to donate postage stamps “for the cause”. So if you’d like to send a check or money order as a donation to our Midwest Book Review postage stamp fund, please feel free (but not obligated!).

I look forward to your next new title.

James A. Cox
Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
278 Orchard Drive
Oregon, WI, 53575

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