Saturday, October 25, 2008

Guest blogging today

I am stretching myself too thin over the Internet today – guest blogging at Laura Benedict’s Notes From the Handbasket, and doing my regular Saturday spot at Murderati - with some great news, this morning.

4 comments:

Brenton Tomlinson said...

Hi Alex

Firstly - I tried to contact you through the contact page on your website, but it isn't working.

Not sure how else to get in touch so I'll leave the comment here:

I write reviews for HorrorScope, Australia's dark fiction weblog. I would love to have the opportunity to write reviews for your books. I've just read your post on Murderati and it struck a cord.

I also write dark fiction/horror and try to write in a similar vain to the authors you list (including you) although I'm male. The female and/or child perspective interests me most and dominates my story lines.

If you're interested in having reviews done by myself and published on HorrorScope and possibly in Black magazine (a bi-monthly magazine here in Australia) please contact me.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Congratulations on the article in the NYT.

BT

Alexandra Sokoloff said...

Hey Brendan - just left you a message on your blog, and I'll contact my webmistress, but just in case, I'm getting e mail fine at alex @ alexandrasokoloff.com

I'd love to have St. Martin's send you books for review - anything for a dark minded Aussie. Thanks for the offer!

Ace Antonio Hall said...

Wow Alexandra. Congrats on the New York Times essay!

I look forward to your blogs now, after reading a couple of them.

Kudos and have a good one.

Thanks to Heather's suggestion for joining ITW, I'm contributing to the next issue coming out in a few days. ...building my platform :)

Ace Antonio Hall said...

Wow Alexandra! Congrats on the New York Times essay! It must be a wonderful feeling to see that others get it-what you are trying to say or write or express in your writing. Exciting. I'm sure, it is a moment you will savour for many to come.

I look forward to your blogs now, after reading a couple of them.

Kudos and have a good one.

Thanks to Heather's suggestion for joining ITW, I'm contributing to the next issue coming out in a few days. ...building my platform :)