The Library Journal, founded by Melvil Dewey (the guy who invented the Dewey decimal system) has been in publication since 1876. With an emphasis on public libraries, it has a circulation of about 100,000 subscribers. Among its trade related articles it also reviews books, and in August of 2010, they reviewed mine, “The encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology.”

Another thing I like about Amazon is that folks who have read the book can post their own reviews for the world to see right next to the major book reviewers, like Midwest Book Review. It’s awesome when they all agree!

March 4, 5, and 6, 2011, I will be a guest at StellarCon 35, a convention hosted by UNC-G’s Sci Fi . Club