This morning I received a letter from James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief at The Midwest Book Review.  My fantasy novel “Weathercock” is reviewed in their August 2011 online book review!!!

I am . . .well, I’m bouncing off the walls at the news.  MBR is a respected forum and I could not — could NOT — be more pleased and excited about this.  THANK YOU to Mr. Cox and to Margaret Lane, the reviewer.  Thank you to everyone who has been supportive of Kinner’s tale.



About Melissa Crandall

A million years ago--round-about the first Ice Age--I cut my writing teeth on fanzines and science fiction media tie-in novels. I'm happy to say that I've since branched out to include fantasy, horror, essays, and narrative nonfiction. This site will keep you up-to-date on my adventures in writing. I live in Connecticut with my husband--who frequently wonders what he got himself into by marrying a writer--two cats named Tuna and Gypsy, and a semi-neurotic Australian shepherd named Holly.
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