Saturday, 20 April 2013

Would you like to be a book reviewer?

Rainbow Disks have asked me to offer the opportunity to two of my readers to review two of their latest publications.  Basically, they will send you a copy of the e-book, you read and write a review and I will post it on here as soon as it's ready.  If you would be interested, please leave a comment on this post letting me know which book would interest you more and we can take it from there.  The two books on offer are Corset Making and Bead Flowers and Wedding Bouquets.



18 comments:

  1. I have a lot of beads and would love to review the Bead Flowers and Wedding Bouquets Book.

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  2. Thanks Lynne. We have the names of the reviewers and will be sending their links shortly. Vivienne at Vivebooks/Rainbow Disks

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  3. I have always wanted to try corsetry! Never more than now that my stomach is getting its own gravitational field.

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  4. If you are still looking, I'd be interested in either one. I've been interested in both and tried my hand at it. I'd mostly be interest in corset making to add to my pattern drafting knowledge. I made a fake corset back for a ballet costume for Halloween one year.

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  5. If you still need reviewers, I'm still trying to find the perfect corsetry book. I have a few, and have a couple of half finished corsets, but am on a quest to make one that fits me properly, not just my dress form, or in a 'good enough for a few hours' way.

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  6. Oh wow I'd love to try the corset making book if you are still in need! I have plenty of experience of reviewing books :)

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  7. I read all the time any type of book please keep me in mind next time! Thanks. Would love to review craft books!

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  8. If you still need reviewers I would love to review them.

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  9. I would be happy to review the book on corsetry. Although I don't wear corsets, and have never actually made a real one, I'm a regular reader of the House of Marmalade blog and admire the skill Julia puts into her work. I've also recently made a portfolio for myself based on corsetry principles–the more you put in, the more you let the ties out!

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  10. Love ebooks, and would love to be a reviewer. I love crafts of all sorts, and love to discover new crafts.

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  11. Hi there,
    I would love to review the corset book! I'm a textiles teacher and trained in costume design, so making historical garments is really up my street.

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  12. I am very curious about the Corset Book. I'm new to sewing clothes so I could give a good beginners opinion!

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  13. I've been dabbling around making my own bras, and I'd also love to learn corsetry!

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  14. I would love to review "Corset Making" ! It is currently on my wish list. I make gowns and this book will be a great assist toward making an inspiring gown.

    Pam

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  15. I'd love to review the corset making book. I've made one underbust corset so far and would love to know more about corsetry!
    Constance

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  16. I'd love to review the corset book. I've sewn a few for our local ballet guild and have started one for myself. I'm always looking for good info on corset construction.

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  17. I'd love to review the corset book...

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