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Becket (Assistant to Anne Rice) Reviews St. Charles at Dusk

Totally awesome review about a totally awesome author! Sarah M. Craditt, Anne Rice, and Dickens all in the same breath. Go to Sarah’s blog now and find links to purchase her novels St. Charles at Dusk and The Storm and the Darkness.

...and then there was Sarah

So, something incredibly cool happened to me this week. And its just Monday!

It started a few weeks ago when Becket, who is the endlessly interesting and endearing assistant of Anne Rice, posted on his page that he was interested in knowing what other indie authors were working on. He is getting ready to publish his own stories, and has been very supportive of the indie community as a whole. I responded with some info about my novels, and a link to my Amazon Author Central profile. He replied that he had read the sample offered by Amazon (you can’t adequately imagine my surprise at that), so I offered to send him a copy, and he accepted. He was incredibly kind and gracious about the whole thing, and of course I was completely useless to the world for the rest of the day.

This morning, he posted on his…

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From Interesting Literature: Guest Blog: Why Read Dickens?

This quote sums it up: “We need to read Dickens’s novels,” she wrote, “because they tell us, in the grandest way possible, why we are what we are.” via Guest Blog: Why Read Dickens?.