A Boy Named Rabbit: WakeRobin Ridge #2 by @marciameara #SundayBlogShare

Received a fantastic review of A Boy Named Rabbit this morning, and just had to share with you folks. I’d be thrilled if you’d take a look, and pass it along wherever you can. THANKS!

  • 24749583Author: Marcia Meara
  • Published: April 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Category: Contemporary Fiction with Supernatural Elements
  • five-stars

“Evil’s comin’, boy…comin’ fast. Look for the man with eyes like winter skies, and hair like a crow’s wing. He’s the one you gotta find.”

Those are the words of ten-year old Rabbit’s dying grandmother, who has ‘seeing’ dreams. She tells Rabbit he must leave their camp and find the ‘good people’. Rabbit has lived in the mountains of North Carolina, as far back as he can remember with his gran and grampa, never seeing another soul and has been taught that people are not to be trusted. Rabbit is scared seeing his gran so weak and frail, and worried because his grampa hasn’t returned from getting supplies. But now his gran has become so sick that she’s insisting Rabbit must leave all he’s ever known and go off into the wilderness. So…

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9 thoughts on “A Boy Named Rabbit: WakeRobin Ridge #2 by @marciameara #SundayBlogShare

    • Thank you, Diana. It’s always great to wake up to a good review, right. And today, I had two of them. D. G. Kaye reviewed Wake-Robin Ridge on her blog, too, so I’ll soon post a link to that one, as well.

      It’s so hard pointing readers toward your work, and I’m not good at self-marketing via social media, so this is one way I can let folks know about my two series.

      Hope you have a great day! And thanks for sharing. (Saw your tweet! 😀 )


    • Thanks so much, Carmen. You are always so generous with your sharing. It’s very much appreciated, especially for Rabbit. I’ve had trouble finding exactly the right category placement for this book, and therefore, it’s not getting in front of new readers as well as I would like. So blog posts like Cathy’s are a huge help in letting people know about the book. And your sharing is, as well. 🙂

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  1. You’re most welcome, Marcia! I’m sure it’s a well deserved 5 star review,
    Keep the fingers crossed for me. I’m on her Reading now list, too.
    Have a lovely week!

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    • Fingers crossed here, Carmen! 🙂 Cross YOURS that I find some way to create extra hours in the day, so I can read again, too! I miss it SO much! It’s the only down side to writing, but it’s a BIG one. 😦


  2. Congrats, Marcia! A well-deserved review. I started reading A BOY NAMED RABBIT last night and am already halfway through it. Rabbit is such a wonderful character. I can’t wait to see how everything plays out and then dive into Harbinger!

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    • It’s a good thing I like Rabbit, too, Mae, ’cause he moved into my head, and he talks to me ALL day long. He’s almost as wordy as *I* am. 😀 SO glad you are enjoying it. He is, as his Gran (who “weren’t never wrong”) always told him, “an old soul.” 😀 Happy reading!

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