Chewy originally started out with Bards and Sages Publishing as our Head of Security, bravely scaring away cats, rabbits, birds, and the occasional Jehovah’s Witness. From there, he took a promotion (actually, it was a lateral move with no change in pay but a new title, but he’s a dog and doesn’t know the difference) to become Director of Marketing.
Well, apparently now he thinks he knows everything there is to know about books and has decided that his true career goal is to be an independent book critic. The fact that he can’t read or write doesn’t seem to dissuade him from this goal. I’m trying to be supportive, because he’s very hopeful. So I agreed to post the reviews for him so that he can start to build his reputation as a serious reviewer.
Honestly, I’m not sure how this is going to work. He’s getting emails from authors promising him dog treats, squeak toys, and improper photos of female dogs in exchange for good reviews. I actually think some of these authors are writing the reviews themselves and Chewy is accepting bribes. Unfortunately, I can’t prove anything yet as I think he is eating the evidence.
So I warn you, I cannot be held responsible for the content of these reviews. I am merely serving as a facilitator to help Chewy build his book critic career. You have been warned.
BestFriend by William Van Winkle
Chew Chew the Food Chain Train by Janet Michelson
GAMELAND: Sunder the Hollow Ones by S.W. Tanpepper
The Ghost of Sherwood by Wilson Harp
The Icefire Trilogy by Patty Jansen
Injured Reserves by DC Bour0ne
A Kingdom’s Cost by J.R. Tomlin
Leon Chameleon PI and the Case of the Kidnapped Mouse by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
Magic Trickery by Chris Mitchell
Mama by Robin Morris
Mirrorfall by Grace McDermott
Meddlers of Moonshine by A. E. Decker
No Such Thing by Judi Coltman
Petectives by Robert J. Smith
Risen by Jan Strnad
Road Trip by J. Tanner
Scary Dead Things by Rick Rick Gualtieri
Sir Dragonbreath by Margaret Lake
Stanley and His Sword by George Berger
Sudden Death Overtime by Steve Vernon
Chewy’s Book Reviews is Now Closed
It is with great sorrow that I close Chewy’s Book Reviews. Chewy passed on January 31st, 2017.