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Televenge by Pamela King Cable, from Satya House Publications, has been the subject of several reviews, some from such mainstream publications as Library Journal, which said it’s “an emotional rollercoaster that ends as intensely as it begins,” and “Those who commit to Cable’s tome will find themselves captivated and deeply devoted to Andie. Fans of Fannie Flagg and Janet Evanovich will be hooked on this saga of religion, romance, and crime.”
Televenge’s many other reviews demonstrate the importance of including smaller-circulation newspapers and niche bloggers on a press release dissemination list.
The High Point (NC) Enterprise called it a “wickedly good debut novel” for “anyone who’s ever cast a raised eyebrow at the shiny, lucrative, holier-than-thou world of televangelism.” Secular Perspectives, the niche blog sponsored by the Washington Area Secular Humanists, called it “a real page-turner,” Cypriot Lakis Fourouklas’s blog Fiction & More described it as an “emotionally rich debut novel,” and the Chicklit Club online review commented on “many unexpected twists throughout the novel that gave it new depths and kept it interesting.”…IBPA Members – Click here to view the full article (login required).
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