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I will be donating $10 to First Book for every four copies of any Hackenbush novel sold. That’s a book for a book.
I’ll also be keeping a tally on the sidebar.
Getting books to kids who don’t have any is a wonderful thing to do and I salute First Book for doing it. Now, if there was only a way to get a ukulele to every kid…
“I was enthralled by this book. After hitting the bottom of the first page I never looked back. I was pulled into the world of Dr. Hackenbush and her endeavors to deal with life on her own terms. Forced by the untimely death of the transmission of her Karmann-Ghia and the destruction of her baritone ukulele to return to the world of industry, she takes a job with a temporary agency. Complications ensue.”
More of this review at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Mother’s Day Entertainment Gifts – Guide for 2010, Splash Magazine, April 21, 2010
“Dr. Hackenbush Gets a Job” is there, near the bottom of the page, but definitely there. Yay!
Why should the world read your book?
Because it’s witty, thinky, and so cool the world will get frostbite just reading it.
Interview with Ginger Mayerson, by Elise, April 21, 2010
More “Dr. Hackenbush Gets a Job” sample Serialization, part 3 of 6 and a mini review on GoodReads.com.