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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

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We all know great reviews validate the story crafting we do. Single sentence reviews can say a lot, but sometimes we'd like to share more. That's exactly what this Tuesday meme is all about. In comments, share up to 200 words from a terrific review. It doesn't matter how much time has passed. All reviews are new to someone. 

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Kathy Kulig said...

I recently had an email from a reader who had read Secret Destiny, the first book in my Sins of Odyssey series and was looking forward to book 2, Secret Escort. This is what she said about Secret Destiny: "This read was like going to a destination w/out children & obligations."

Kathy Kulig

Tweet: Reader comment on Secret Destiny @kathykulig "like going to a destination w/out children & obligations." #amreading

Rosemary Gemmell said...

One of the 5* reviews for The Highland Lass!

"Rosemary Gemmell has succeeded in telling two stories which, at times, seem to merge into one, yet they remain distinct. The contemporary romance of Eilidh and Lewis runs parallel to the historical (fictional) story of the love affair between Highland Mary and Scottish poet Rabbie Burns.

The skillful structure of the book ensures there is no confusion between the two stories... quotes from Burns’ writings link the two together. When Eilidh returns to Scotland to trace her roots, the tale of her romance unfolds, but it is only towards the end of the novel that the reader discovers if it will be doomed – as Highland Mary’s love for Burns was.

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel with its convincing characters, interesting plot and its setting in the beautiful west of Scotland."

Amazon US

thefensk said...

Was fortunate enough to get a "tometender" review of my latest novel.
Said Dianne at TomeTender: "Character driven, with fabulous dialogue, the action comes through more through words and explanation than scene development and character movement. Almost like watching television this tale comes to life and the dialogue never quits. Again, there is a feeling of telling tales around a stove ... a legend in the making. Perfect for those who like a Good Ole Boy Story with a touch of mystical magic and the heat of gold fever."

Full review at:

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