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The Forgotten Fiction online magazine features book previews of upcoming new releases and/or book reviews of well-written works of fiction that have been out for at least 60 days.
Why? Well, we love recommending good books that are worth the time to read and we examine and write previews of upcoming titles we are excited about and then write in-depth book reviews for titles that have been out at least 60 days so that they continue to get coverage after their initial book launch, lest they be forgot.
Any publishers, agents, or PR representatives seeking a book article preview of an upcoming release and/or a review of a fiction work can contact us here to request such – please note that at this time we only accept paper books [Advanced Review Copies (ARC’s) or Proofs], as it is easier on the eyes (no e-books).
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Book Resources For Readers
Bookshop.org – Buy Books From Local Sellers Online
This is my replacement for Amazon book orders – money from each order goes to local bookstores, so buy from Bookshop.org!
Collectible Book Vault:
Stephen King Cover Gallery:
The Jeff Word:
Jeff Terry is a voracious reader, reviewer, book unboxer, and I encourage anyone that loves fiction to check him out on Facebook here and on his Youtube channel as well. He interviews a lot of authors and artists, especially those working with small press and fine press publications.
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