Reviews of ‘The Mistress of Nothing’
15 July 2009 in The Mistress of Nothing
To date there’s been three reviews of my new novel that I’m aware of - ‘Good Housekeeping’ - ‘scorchingly powerful’ - and ‘Sainsbury’s Magazine’. I can’t link to these as neither have appeared online, at least as far as I know, but it is great to be reviewed in these two glossies, as they are bought by a demographic of women who also buy books.
Rob Chilvers Adventures With Words, a blog written by a bookseller, reviewed the novel today.
Of course, this is the first time I’ve published a book since the advent of Twitter. So with Rob Chilver’s review, I knew about it because he wrote a tweet about the review - so that came up on my TweetDeck as a ‘mention’, despite the fact that I wasn’t following him on Twitter (which of course I am now doing!).
It’s also the first time I’ve published a book since I’ve been using Google Alerts - so now every time anyone in the world writes anything online that contains the words ‘Kate Pullinger’, or ‘The Mistress of Nothing’, I know about it.
Good or bad or simply fanning the flames of paranoia? Stay tuned.
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