I got this email today:
Della Bercovitch sent you a message on about.me
As part of the services we offer through Book Marketing Services, we are always looking for popular blogs such as yours where we may book author-clients for their virtual book blog tours. Ideally, we’d love to create an ongoing, mutually-beneficial relationship whereby more than one of our clients might include you on their book tour and where we could, in return, help you market your other guest author interviews. One of our current clients for whom we are lining up a tour for is Patricia Dean-Escoto, http://www.pathways2healing.us/. Patricia has written The Top Ten Superfoods for Preventing Breast Cancer Includes a 7-Day Meal Plan With Over 40 Recipes. We are wondering if you might consider being a stop for Patricia’s tour, be it a guest post or an interview. We would ensure that all submissions be according to your guidelines. She’ll also include a book giveaway. Please let me know if you would be willing to include that as part of his guest post. We would, of course, provide you
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As a women living with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer Patricia Dean-Escoto’s book of “superfoods” resembles nothing more than any of the other myriad health frauds. When my cancer kills me, this bitch will still be running around pink giving phoney answers to desperate women with a fatal disease. Shame on you for helping a fraud profit from the disease that is killing me.
I have a page on about.me to market myself (eventually) beyond an academic writer. Now it’s providing me with even more frauds, quacks, and charlatans to rail against as a convalece this summer! Maybe I can be a #fearlessfriend again instead of a wounded puppy cowering in the corner.