Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Yesterday, Marcia Meara shared a review of my non-fiction book “Speak Flapper – Slang of the 1920s.” I was both thrilled and humbled to have this wonderful review from Fiza Pathan. I hope you’ll check out her blog, The Insane Owl.
It’s Tuesday again, folks, and time to welcome our guest of the day, Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene. Teagan is sharing a review of her book, Speak Flapper – Slang of the 1920s, and I know you’ll enjoy reading about this one. I’ve always been fascinated with the decade, myself, and I have this book coming up […]
It was firmly instilled in me as a child that I should never, not even look like I was about to, say something good about myslef. So, you can’t imagine how hard this post full of crowing is for me. But I will blush beyond pink and continue… It really is a little traumatic to do this. This year I’ve released two small books, and I’m so grateful that they both have been well received. I have to express that gratitude.
I just found another review for Speak Flapper at Amazon UK, from Beem Weeks. I’m really glad I decided to let everyone see the eight years of work I spent collecting that information.
I’m also tickled pink that Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine got three reviews! Writing and publishing the novelette was whirlwind fast, so I didn’t expect any reviews. However, there are reviews from D. Wallace Peach, Robbie Cheadle and Priscilla Bettis
I’m still on cloud nine! Still doing the Snoopy dance. Have a wonderful, and an easy coast down the other side of the midweek hump. Hugs on the wing!