Wow. I mean, really. Imagine opening up two blog posts on your smartphone – not one but TWO – and finding out they feature your latest book. Yes, wow.
Robin of witlessdatingafterfifty shows us her copy of the book. Photo © Robin 2017.
Thank you to Robin of the witlessdatingafterfifty blog for highlighting Versions of the Self so creatively in her posts this week. The reviews mean a lot to me, along with the 4/4 star rating, and the original photography. Robin is so creative in how she organizes her book reviews, and I recommend following her blog!
Thank you as well to everyone who has commented on Robin’s posts about my book! The outpouring of positive responses floors me. If you missed the posts, they are:
Fall Book Review: A poem from, “Versions of the Self”
Fall Book Review: “Versions of the Self,” by Christy Birmingham
Wishing you all a wonderful day!
When I recently finished the book Carrying All The Wounds In My Smile by Monica Pana, I knew I wanted to have her over to visit to chat about it more. This book deals with the subject of adolescence – as told by teenage Monica.
You can read my Goodreads review for my thoughts about it. Thankfully, Monica accepted the invite to guest post here and below are her intriguing thoughts in response to a question she is often asked:Why did she write Carrying All the Wounds In My Smile?
Today I welcome author Didi Oviatt to the blog. If you’re not already following her self-titled blog, I suggest you do so! Her blog posts range from writing tips for authors to poetry, book reviews, and updates on her suspense books and short stories. In the guest post below, Didi provides a heartfelt look into her experiences as a mother, and I believe Continue reading