16580RE: [mythsoc] Re: reviews in MYTHPRINT
- May 13, 2006Dear Ms Carter,
To find "The Travelling Rug" on the Mythsoc website, go to the homepage,
then click on "Mythopoeic Press" located in the column on the left.
"Travelling Rug" still listed as 'forthcoming' but it has been out for a
little while now. You can click there to order the book through the
If you do not want to use Paypal through the website, you can order
directly from the Orders Department, which is me: Beth Russell of
Phone number: 318-865-5198 (Tues - Sat 10-5 CST).
We can take your Visa or MC, or check or money order in US currency.
So glad you are interested in the Sayers story -- it is a good one!
BOOKS - D & B Russell
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Subject: [mythsoc] Re: reviews in MYTHPRINT
At the risk of sounding pushy, I wonder if anyone might be interested
in reviewing the two fantasy novels my husband and I wrote in
collaboration, WILD SORCERESS and BESIEGED ADEPT? Ellie told me she was
having trouble finding enough reviewers but would print a review if I
could find someone willing to write it.
You can get info on the books at the publisher's site,
www.amberquill.com, if interested (easiest way is to click my name on
the "Authors" list). I can send e-book files if you like reading that
way, or I can have trade paperbacks shipped to you. Thanks.
My essay on paranormal romance, with 2 books reviewed as examples,
appears in the newest MYTHPRINT (thanks, Ellie!). Hope some of you
found it interesting.
I was thrilled to read about the recently published Dorothy Sayers
detective story from the Mythopoeic Press. I can't find mention of it
in the list of publications on the Society's website, though, so the
only way I know to order it is from Amazon.com. And they predict a wait
of 2 weeks or more, which always makes me suspicious as to whether they
can get it at all. Can anyone tell me how to order the book directly
from the Society? There doesn't seem to be an ad for it in this
Margaret L. Carter
The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
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