Amazon reviews for Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

Customer Reviews Almost a Turkish Soap Opera Amazon reviews   8 Reviews 5 star:  (5) 4 star:  (3) 3 star:  (0) 2 star:  (0) 1 star:  (0) Average Customer Review 4.6 out of 5 stars (8 customer reviews) Share your thoughts with other customers Create your own … [Read more...]

Book Tour stop 9 – American Chronicle interview with Anne-Rae Vasquez author of Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

Interview with Anne-Rae Vasquez, author of 'Almost a Turkish Soap Opera' as posted on American Chronicle November 24, 2012 Anne-Rae Vasquez authored Gathering Dust – a collection of poems, published by AR Publishing Inc. and Teach Yourself Great Web Design in a Week, published by Sams.net (a division of Macmillan Publishing). She wrote the novel and screenplay and directed Almost a Turkish … [Read more...]

#14 Amazon Best Seller List, Book Tour stop 7 and new Amazon review for Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

I wasn't in the best of moods but suddenly recovered when I found that today my book is #14 on the Amazon Best Seller List for Eastern Drama . For literally having such a bad ranking prior to the blog tour (book ranking was probably in the millions but not sure because rankings don't even display if they're that bad), it is so gratifying to find my book out of the dumps and a bonus of being in … [Read more...]

Book Tour – 2nd stop Literal Exposure and 3rd stop Book Club Reading List

Boy, it's been crazy busy here at Anne-Rae HQ. Today I am featured on the blog Literal Exposure. Thanks Cid Andrenelli for dropping by the tour today. Sorry you had to come with your gum boots and rain jacket. While we we're at it, I highly recommend you checking out Cid's book. It will make you laugh and cry all at the same time. You can buy it on Amazon both in paperback and Kindlebook … [Read more...]

Review of The Burqa Master by Cid Andrenelli

The Burqa Master by Cid Andrenelli Satire at its finest mixed with a handful of Persian saffron spice The Burqa Master by Cid Andrenelli is a satirical, tongue-in-cheek look at the lives of a multi-generational Persian family living in a cramped apartment in London. The comedy is told in the style of a play with literary elements of a novel. As a film maker myself and also having … [Read more...]

Review: A Song for Nemesis by Len Harper

A thrilling ride…almost like watching an action mystery thriller movie… My rating: 5 out of 5 stars A political thriller that will appeal to readers across multiple genres, A Song for Nemesis is like watching a James Bond movie. With strong characters and a fast paced plot, I could not put the book down once I started. The story’s main character, Enrique, is introduced to the reader as a … [Read more...]

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