What a wonderful surprise! My novel, “Atonement, Tennessee” was just reviewed by Diana Wallace Peach. I’ve closed comments here, but I hope you’ll visit her blog, because she has another wonderful review in the same post.
I hope to see you all in Thistledown again this weekend. Hugs on the wing!
My writing break has freed up some precious time for reading, and I have two more reviews to share. These books are quite different. I hope you give one or both a try. 😀
No More Mulberries
by Mary Smith
My Review: Where do I even start with all the things I loved about this book? The story is about Miriam, a Scottish midwife who first fell deeply in love with an Afghan and then with his country. It’s a story about love and loss, fear and courage, and the strength of family and the human spirit.
In many ways, this story could be told anywhere in the world as individuals, couples, and families aren’t that different from each other no matter where we find them. Miriam’s story and her emotional struggles are deeply relatable. Her search for self, her struggle to balance her…
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