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  1. Hi Bex, I’m impressed by your website and want to ask you to read and review my Literary Thriller. I’m suffering from scarce reviews on Amazon and goodreads, but having said that the ones I have managed to get are good. Please get in touch if you are interested in helping me to get more reviews.

  2. Wow! What a website. Very beautiful and inspiring. I’m new to the online world of books and it is like a fabulous new kingdom. I’ve recently had my first book published and it’s definitely a steep learning curve! I don’t know if you’d be interested in reviewing it – or just reading it really. It’s called The Painter of Siena and is set in the art world of Mussolini’s Italy. I’ve got my book launch on 26th January and I don’t think I’ve been this nervous since child-birth. Need some feed-back that isn’t just my mum!

  3. Hi Victoria!

    I’ll send you an email shortly! Congratulations on your recent release! 😀 Big step!


  4. Hi Frank!

    Please feel free to send me an email at

    I did read your first few pages on Amazon. I’m currently pondering whether or not it’s for me. Thank you for thinking of me!


  5. Dear Out of the Bex:

    I see you like sci-fi and humor, and thought you’d might enjoy a free advanced release e-copy of the brand new sci-fi comedy 11,984. This is not a conventional novel. It contains a lot of creative innovations.

    Thousands of years in the future, humanity has finally eradicated war, poverty, and all forms of human suffering. With no problems or unanswered questions remaining in the world, everyone is bored out of their minds, that is until the sun starts putting on a light show, the first warning sign it’s getting ready to supernova!

    Our heroes from the year 11,984 are your typical family of two mothers, three fathers, a couple of kids, and plenty of robots. Fun-loving Troll, so called because of her giant troll doll hair(They don’t have names in the future, or wear clothes) is the world’s leading hydrologist/interior decorator, whose plans to retire quickly change when faced with the drought to end all droughts. Bulb, bald head glowing like a lightbulb, is the cranky Minister of Rational Thought. His faith in science is tested by the total collapse of society. Last but not least is Litterbot, the clumsy garbagebot who gets no respect, and whose highest priority–to clean–is frustrated by a world without messes.

    As the family works on building an escape spaceship, the sun bombards them in changing colors, which unbeknownst to them causes radiation insanity. The sky colors keep growing stronger, and these totally peaceful people are at each other’s throats. It gets so bad their bodies mutate (which helps them work faster) and world computer crashes (forcing them to read primitive paper books, and rely more on Litterbot.) Will they launch before getting smashed to pieces?

    My first humor novel, Foxavier and Plinka, was published in 2013. May I email the complete 11,984 manuscript of 75,000 words, which features biting social satire, and punctuation from the future? Thank you.

    Yours truly,
    Scott T. Evans,
    15 Savannah St, Rochester NY 14607

  6. Dear Bex,

    Your website is beautifully constructed, and I’ve appreciated your 3 Days to a Better Instagram tips very much. I’ve recently published my novel, “Hidden in the Dark” on Amazon but have yet to make it officially available to my small fan base as the “launch date” is April 1st. I found your site through the process of searching for ways to build my social platform. This is my first book, and it seems that I’m doing everything backward (not on purpose). I am seeking quality honest reviews, and once again, Out of the Bex seems to be a great source.

    My beta reader group consisted of eleven people, nine women and two men. All, except one, read my little novel within a week or less. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive with phrases such as, “I couldn’t put it down”, and “I was disturbed”. The one negative review was that the genre was not her thing.

    Would you be interested in reviewing my novel? It is a psychological thriller – I should warn you that there are some very disturbing scenes, along with some “R” rated moments.

    This is the back cover copy –

    After enduring a lifetime of abuse at the hands of the man that vowed to cherish her, Genny Carter knows only the role of the victim. More focused on avoiding punishment than the well-being of her three daughters, she ignored the terror inflicted on them by their father during their childhood. She kept his secrets. Now, in her sixties, Genny has had enough. She needs her daughters to help her escape. Can she count on them?

    Lilly has tried for decades since leaving that little Texas farmhouse to erase the unspeakable things that were done to her. After snagging a wealthy man, she reinvents herself into a polished member of San Antonio’s old-money society. Can she keep up this façade, or will the secrets she hides cause her to lose everything?

    Always Daddy’s favorite, thirty-five-year-old Randi tries to bury her shame in a mountain of sex and drugs. Estranged from her parents for nearly ten years, the news of Mother’s leaving forces her to face old wounds. Will she survive?

    Much younger than her sisters, Raine was left to deal with Daddy’s horrific abuse after the others left. Shanti, free of a conscience, was conjured to help protect little Raine by whatever means necessary. Raine’s mother and father are back in the picture, and Shanti is on a rampage.

    Every family has secrets. Some are worth dying for.

    This is the link on Amazon for the paperback version –

    It is available in ebook on Kindle as well. I would, of course, be happy to send a paperback copy or email a pdf version of the book, should you decide to review it.

    Link to my author Facebook fan page –

    My author website is under construction at the moment – the address will be
    The website listed below is my blog.

    Thank you, Bex, and have a great weekend!

    RaShell Lashbrook

  7. Bex,
    Allow me to introduce you to “Fall Irmgard” by Rand Charles, a compelling murder mystery and love story set in Occupied Paris.  During the Werhmacht’s first, well-mannered year, a conflicted German investigator falls in love with a conniving American murder witness in a story that avoids cliche’ and stereotype, weaving romance and intrigue through both the haute and heedless Cafe’ and Cabaret set, as well as a seamy, corrupt world of black marketeers, underworld gangsters, SS interlopers and Abwehr profiteers.

    Editor’s Choice Award
      Historical Novel Society
    Fall Irmgard
    By Rand Charles
    An American woman, Addie Bridges, accidentally finds herself in the center of a tense power-struggle in Rand Charles’ gripping and tremendously effective debut novel Fall Irmgard.
    The year is 1941, and Addie Bridges is in Paris when she witnesses the murder of a popular German businessman, Konni Ritter. The authorities order her to remain in Paris in spite of Germany’s looming war with America, and Charles complicates things greatly by introducing the fascinating character of Abwehr major Rolf von Gerz and putting him in charge of investigating Ritter’s death.
    In classic whodunit fashion, it quickly turns out there are many equally possible suspects, many of them connected with Paris demimonde. Charles does an extremely skillful job of deploying one plot-twist and unforeseen revelation after another, all while filling out his book with atmospheric and well-researched details of life in Paris as it passed into the dark days of Nazi occupation. His characters are well-drawn, and his dramatic pacing maintains an absorbing momentum throughout.
    An extremely satisfying (and beautifully designed) book.
    Strongly recommended.                       
    Steve Donoghue – US Editor – Historical Novel Society
    Publisher – Penurious    Genre – Mystery/Crime, Thriller    Period – WW2  Price – (US) $17.99    ISBN – (US) 9780996793902     Pages – 438
    I’d be happy to send you a review copy, print or ebook.

    Rand Charles

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