I got an actual review of _Camille’s Travels_! It’s on the Red Adept’s Book Blog. I ran across it through a Google Alerts widget.
This is why I don’t tell the publishing industry to bite the wax tadpole. I reached someone I would never have met. My work stood alone. I would have liked to meet this reader’s expectations more thoroughly, but everyone will experience a novel a little differently (and fantasy is always a tough sell to people who don’t read a lot of it, I believe.) She posted many complimentary remarks as well as one major issue with the book, which I’ve asked her to expound upon. I’m willing to contribute some commentary or whatnot if she’d like more on that page. Anyhow, a review! Huzzah!
_Camille_ is kind of an odd duck. I’m happy with the way it turned out, although when I started writing it, I had no idea that it would become what it did. I probably won’t revisit that territory, because I’m working on the mystery/suspense and mainstream angles now. Still, I’m glad I told that story.