One thing I would like my novel Tributary to have, which my first novel Guest House did not, is professional reviews. I loved the reviews that Guest House readers posted online. There were many, they had a big impact, and I appreciated every one. They gave Guest House a large rich presence in online bookstores and on my website. Thank you so much for that.
And now it’s time to find authors and professional reviewers for Tributary.
Here’s where the angels come in.
If you know a published novelist, or a literary reviewer, or have a favorite feature writer/reviewer in your local paper, or read a magazine with book reviews, would you consider letting them know about my novel? Tributary follows the life of Clair Martin, a misfit in 1870s polygamous Utah, who sets off for Mississippi in search of her kin. Steady humor and keen instincts sustain Clair through multiple trials. Tributary explores a deeply human spirituality we all share.
If you need more info, I’ll be glad to send you a longer book description, just request it. And you can mention my website, to give folks a sense of my earlier novel Guest House: www.barbarakrichardson.com. I do hope Clair and company find their way to the light of popular notice.
Thanks so much for any clues or leads you send my way, and/or fan mail you send to those you know in the book business. Writers can’t make any headway in isolation. We live to share. I can’t expand the readership for Tributary without you. Start flapping those wings.
They make a lovely sound, like unnoticed weeds in a free open field,