Kevin Cooper #Reviews “Atonement in Bloom”

June 26, 2019

#BookReview! My heart is bloomin’ full!  Musician and author, Kevin Cooper shared his review of the second book in my Atonement, Tennessee series, “Atonement in Bloom.” 

Here’s a link to Kev’s review of Atonement in Bloom.  He was away from blogging for awhile, so please click over to visit Kev for the review — and many other lovely posts about books and music.  Please click over to visit Kev’s blog to see what he had to say about…

Atonement in Bloom

Atonement in Bloom by Teagan Riordain Geneviene
Atonement in Bloom

Here’s a snippet of what Kev had to say, but please visit his blog. Click here for Kev’s review.

“… I feel strangely drawn to the little town of Atonement Tennessee, it’s people, and the strange goings on there. It all seems so real to me unlike the places of so many other books I’ve read. I cannot help but ponder, is it the characters and the small town gossip that captivates me or is it something more?….

Anyway I think about it, I find myself wanting more and sincerely hope there will be at least one more book to come in this truly unique and compelling series. I simply don’t want it to end…”

I hope you’ll visit Kev’s blog for the review.  Here are some trailer videos about my Atonement, TN books. 

Book 2 — Atonement in Bloom

Book 1 — Atonement, Tennessee

And the otherworldly glowing pigs even have a small collection of whimsical snort stories.

Universal link to my Amazon Author Page

USA:  Atonement in Bloom

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Atonement Video Cover copy

USA:  Atonement, Tennessee

(E-book still on sale at 99¢ )

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USA:  Murder at the Bijou — Three Ingredients I

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USA:  The Three Things Serial Story: A Little 1920s Story Kindle 

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This is a work of fiction.  Characters, names, places, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, locales, or events is entirely coincidental.

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66 thoughts on “Kevin Cooper #Reviews “Atonement in Bloom”

    1. You are so kind, Michael.
      You have a great command of the English language, but I’m not sure how well the stories (especially the mythology) translate to German. So I will be particularly interested in your feedback. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
      “Atonement in Bloom” can stand alone as a story. However, I do recommend reading the first novel first, “Atonement, Tennessee.”
      Happy weekend. Hugs!

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      1. Thank you very much Teagan!Oh my English language skills are really not so fantastic. 😉 But you have very excellent story telling skills, which made it possible to understand in a wonderful manner. Happy weekend to you too. Michael

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    1. The novel was a challenge in many ways, Tim — because it took me so long to write (with work and everything), and for the same reason, the most careful editing I’ve ever done in 20 years as an editor. I feel it’s my biggest achievement as writer and as editor. So it means the world to me when someone likes it as much as Kev did.
      Thanks for visiting. Chin rubs to the kitties and hugs to you and Laurie.

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