Nice Things Said Re: EWN

  • "Dan Wickett is serious about a good read. But the EWN email list doesn't just deliver his sure-footed reviews; it also brings you news and connections to other writers. Sign up now - he understands what readers want to know about books." Quinn Dalton, author, Bulletproof Girl
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    "Mr. Wickett is that rarely heard from but best of all possible reviewers - the dedicated and knowledgeable fan. He writes clean-cutting and fresh reviews that represent a sensibility unspoiled by over-exposure to the biz of books, but deeply in love with them." Daniel Woodrell, author, Winter's Bone
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    "Dan Wickett is a reader's best friend. Not only does he read and trenchantly review new work, but he looks back to books that deserve ongoing readership. I've lost track of the number of times he's led me to boks that I overlooked (or never knew about), and that were a delight. There aren't many reviewers I will let shape my library, but Dan Wickett is one." Erin McGraw, author, The Baby Tree

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    June 28, 2005



    Thanks again for asking me to participate? Can you fix my name? It's Erin Keane.

    Dan Wickett

    No problem Erin. It only appeared 25 times or so, you'd think I've have noticed an S vs. E at least once.


    Mark Schannon

    Great interviews & lots of useful information. As an "emerging writer," this is the kind of information I copy & store away! When the novel finally gets published--say sometime within the next 100 or so years, depending on if/when I get an agent and publisher, I'll be in touch with these folks.

    Thanks to all who participated. It's very appreciated.

    pia carla estacio

    hi can i know the factors that afflecting the acquisition of reading can you answer me now? i just needit its my homework do i search the right web?

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