Speaking of Untreed Reads: Peds Review on Open Book Society Site

Today has been a sort of “get miscellaneous things done” day:  two more stories put into shape for the “non-announced” new book (cf. November 9); go over a proof copy for “Appointment in Time” for Untreed Reads Publishing’s upcoming YEAR’S END New Year’s Eve anthology (see October 17, 19); submit a few poems. . . .  Speaking of Untreed Reads, however, a bit of news came in last night, that the Open Book Society has published a “Four Star” review of my novelette PEDS (cf. October 24, et al.).  The review is short but descriptive, by “OBS reviewer Caro,” and includes the book’s synopsis with it, the latter also available on Untreed Reads’s site, reachable by clicking on the PEDS cover picture in the center column.

Moreover, I’ve gotten an invitation to write a guest post for the Open Book Society’s “Author’s Corner,” a little something about the writing of PEDS perhaps, although I’m told it’s not likely to go up for some while.  As for the review itself, though, it’s available now and can be seen by pressing here.


  1. That’s great about the Open Book Society review– and the “Author’s Corner” for them, too. Way to go. Hope you got all caught up.

  2. Thanks! Now I’ve just got to find time to write the Author’s Corner piece. . . .




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