Friday, August 19, 2011

Guest Blog! Wheelchair Mommy!

We are delighted to present a guest blogger today, a vivacious young woman who writes one of my favorite blogs. She has been so occupied with the latest addition to her wonderful family--her third boy!--that she has opted to post something from her own blog from the not too distant past, about her discovery of the Distant Cousin stories!

Two points of interest about her post below. She knows me as a former college student of a few years ago. Whether that had anything to do with it or not, she's a wonderful writer. Her blog is a lively source of information for parents and full of touching anecdotes from a warm-hearted modern family. The second point is that she, like Rebecca Pechefsky, harpsichordist, and Claudia Quintero, a talented painter, have actually met Ana Darcy (even though they may not have realized it at the time)!

Thanks again to the Wheelchair Mommy for her post, and we invite you to visit her delightful blog (link below), and perhaps even become a follower!

Alrighty. Wow. I never minded book reports in school, but when it comes to reviewing a book written by someone I KNOW and want others to read, I seem to be at a loss for words. Imagine that? Me? With nothing to say?

That’s precisely the problem. I have too much to say and I don’t want to give ANYTHING away. I want you to order them RIGHT now and read them so we can talk about them.

When I read the first book I had NO idea there would be second, third and fourth. I was thrilled each time another one came out though! I wonder if there will be a 5th? [YES!] [And now #6!
[And now #7: Distant Cousin Santa Muerte!]

Ok. So you probably want to AT LEAST know what it’s about? Well, it’s science fiction. A woman from another planet (Thomo) comes to Earth. There’s a bit of a love story. (She meets someone.) There are HUGE lessons in learning to accept others! (She’s an alien for crying out loud.) There’s humor. There’s action & murder. There’s growth.

I can not pick a favorite out of the 4. I like them all. I would LOVE for Hollywood to pick this up. It would make an AWESOME mini series. Just incredible. [Hollywood is working on it!]

So there you have it. My ideas of how one should review a series, written by a friend; without spoiling anything. . . I will just tell my readers that they must just click below and order now.


And Thank you!


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