Why oh why should you read my book Hot Flashes and Half Ironmans? Because @psychobitch5 says so. And that is scary enough to motivate me, for sure. Who is @psychobitch5, you ask? Well, when she’s not on Twitter, her name is Jane Linsdell, and she is an AVID reader and reviewer. And she has five daughters. All of whom, I am sure, do exactly what she says, just like our five kids (ha).

Anyway, Jane reviewed my book even though she favors Romance , Erotica, Urban Fantasy, Crime, and Thrillers. None of which are the genre of HFHI. Well, it can be romantic from time to time. But definitely there is no erotica, fantasy or crime.  No thrills, either. But even though I was not her normal read, Jane had a lot of good things to say, and wrote a very flattering review. Thank you, Jane!

Read her full review by CLICKING HERE.

I’ll add that HFHI is my hottest selling book to date (the whole 2.5 months since we published my first five books and concurrently started SkipJack Publishing),vandvthat my husband Eric was totally pumped today when one of our brick-and-mortar bookstore locations sold out and doubled their next order. Woot! We love us some HFHI.

Y’all have a great week…


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12 Responses to Because Psychobitch5 says so.

  1. THAT is so exciting!

  2. Heidi Dorey says:

    I love that review. Gets right to the point.
    But she stole my name.
    I guess I could be psychobitch6…

  3. Congrats on HIFI doing so well! And on the fact @psychobitch5 reviewed it! 😀

  4. Eric says:

    I love when reviewers that are reading you for the first time comment on the quality of writing (and editing). It has to be validating knowing like I do, the amount of energy and time and effort you put into these books.

    I also know that for you as a writer, there is also a voice in the back of your head that you should have tweeked this or that. I suspect EVERY writer goes through that, but it is wonderful when Independent reviewrs comment on how good your work is.

    You Rock.

    • Pamela says:

      Why thank you, darlin’, and yes, it is very validating, for me, for my editor, and of our expense in the editing process, which I think is an element not to be skimped upon. I’d rather not make a cent and be proud of the result, than skimp on editing. I can’t ever take my name off crap, ya know? :)

  5. Bill Dorman says:

    Are there at least some pictures?

  6. I TOLD you that you were a writer. Now others know it, too. Isn’t this exciting? I love this for you. You have worked so very hard to reach this place and I am so glad you took the jump, off the e-cliff and the self-pub cliff, and just went for it.

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