This afternoon, I’m taking a moment to indulge myself by sharing a great new review of my 2nd Wake-Robin Ridge book, A Boy Named Rabbit. Little Rabbit has been needing some love lately, and D. L. Finn’s lovely comments about Rabbit’s tale just made my day. No, my last six months! Being unable to leave the house for half a year is a real downer, so something like a wonderful review can lift my spirits even more than usual in times like these. Take a look, and you’ll see what I mean:
I read the first Wake-Robin Ridge book and had been looking forward to continuing with the series. It was good to see Mac and Sarah back, but the new character, Rabbit, stole my heart. I fell in love with his innocence and wisdom. If I could have reached into the book and hugged him, I would have. The world, through his eyes, is a place I want to live. He was raised away from the world, in the woods, by his grandparents. He believed people were evil, but on his grandmother’s deathbed, she let him know there are good people too. She sent him on a quest to find one of those good people. His growth inspired me as much as it inspired those he encountered. There were some heart-wrenching parts along with some endearing ones, and I deeply felt each one. I highly recommend this book and look forward to continuing the journey with Rabbit.
Thank you for taking the time to leave such a great review, Denise, and I’m so happy you enjoyed Rabbit’s story this much. He’s very near and dear to my heart, and pretty much keeps a running commentary going on in my head all day long. 🙂
Buy A Boy Named Rabbit HERE
(Author Marcia Meara … erm … ME. 😀 )
Marcia Meara lives in central Florida, just north of Orlando, with her husband of over thirty years, their four big cats, and her daughter’s two smaller ones.
When not writing or blogging, she spends her time gardening, and enjoying the surprising amount of wildlife that manages to make a home in her suburban yard. She enjoys nature. Really, really enjoys it. All of it! Well, almost all of it, anyway. From birds, to furry critters, to her very favorites, snakes. The exception would be spiders, which she truly loathes, convinced that anything with eight hairy legs is surely up to no good. She does not, however, kill spiders anymore, since she knows they have their place in the world. Besides, her husband now handles her Arachnid Catch and Release Program, and she’s good with that.
Spiders aside, the one thing Marcia would like to tell each of her readers is that it’s never too late to make your dreams come true. If, at the age of 69, she could write and publish a book (and thus fulfill 64 years of longing to do that very thing), you can make your own dreams a reality, too. Go for it! What have you got to lose?