I think we should add a new feature to TWS, just for fun, and to help us share what readers are saying about our books. With that in mind, I’m creating #ShareAReviewDay for Wednesdays. You are hereby invited to choose a favorite review of one of your books, and either a) post it on TWS directly, if you are a contributor, or b) email me to set it up for you. (See Contact above.) Since I’m late getting this off the ground, I’ll run it through tomorrow, too, and next week, I’ll give you heads up the day before, so you can plan to take part.
I’m going to start the ball rolling by sharing a lovely review I discovered on Amazon this morning. Happily, I have received nothing but good reviews for my 2nd Wake-Robin Ridge book, A Boy Named Rabbit, and many have been truly beautiful. This is the latest of those. Hope you enjoy it, and if you haven’t yet read Rabbit’s story, maybe this will encourage you to check it out.
And by all means, please share these reviews throughout your social media sites. Let’s get some new eyes on them.
5.0 out of 5 stars
Rabbit Stole My Heart
By writester on May 15, 2018
“Every now and then, an author manages to write a character so distinctive and impactful, he becomes difficult to forget. Sometimes it’s someone inherently evil; other times the character is a beacon of good. But seldom does such a character elevate himself past memorable — to do so is to vault over a rather high bar.
Marcia Meara’s Rabbit is one such character.
I can tell you she’s written another lovely book with a solid plot. I can tell you her settings are vivid and her villain chilling. All of that is true. Yet none of it matters.
I recommend this story because of a little boy named Rabbit who climbed down off a mountain and strode right into my heart.
This is a heart-warming tale of love and family, one that’s sure to tug at any reader’s heartstrings. It’s also a story you don’t want to miss. It’s a must-read.”
Buy 5-Star Rated A Boy Named Rabbit HERE.