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bookish.asia – The East Asia Book Review

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bookish.asia – The East Asia Book Review

Postby Camphor Press » 11 Nov 2015, 18:21

The three chaps behind Camphor Press have just launched a new book review site for quality fiction and non-fiction works related to East Asia: http://bookish.asia (yes, the suffix is .asia).

Bookish Asia is a non-profit site; we neither pay nor receive money for reviews. Likewise, we are not part of any affiliate program so receive no money from publisher sites that we link to. We do not feature reviews of Camphor Press books (though there is some shameless promotion thrown in).

There are currently seven reviews, with many more in the pipeline. If you would like to review a book, or have a book reviewed, just send us a PM.
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