Good morning, Write Edge readers! Check out my latest review. Today I share with you my thoughts on My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman. Here’s an excerpt of my review:
The star of the book, once again, is Backman’s prose. He balances whimsical word choices with literary brilliance and takes readers along for a magical journey that brings them right back to what is good, and not, in their own lives. The cultural nuances of Backman’s native Sweden, where the book is set, only enhance the overall story.
Good morning, Write Edge readers! I’ve got new reviews of my latest book Two for the Road to share. Go now to Prairie Sky Publishing to get links to the reviews and get a link to my new short ebook.
Have a great day, readers!
Hello, Write Edge readers! In preparation for our family vacation, I’ve scheduled some posts to go live here on The Write Edge during this week and next. I won’t be able to post all of the normal articles, but rest assured I’m going away with all of you readers on my mind. And I do get to share some things with you.
First, today’s inspirational quote. It speaks directly to the heart of what I do as a writer, and I think those of you who also write (or engage in some other art form) will agree. Go now to “A Writer’s Heartbeats” to read the quote for your weekly dose of motivation.
Also, it’s the last Monday of the month, the day I showcase the work of other writers. Today I share with you beautiful imagery, a thought or two about oceans, and warnings of the literary sort. Curious? Read these stories by these talented authors on The Write Edge Writing Workshop.
Tomorrow I’ll share with you the latest in publishing news from Prairie Sky Publishing, including a new short ebook from Prairie Sky Publishing. Come back for that on Tuesday!
On Wednesday I’ll share a brand new review with you. This week I’ll let you know what I thought of My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Swedish author Fredrik Backman. Come back in the middle of the week to The Write Edge Bookshelf to know what I thought of this book.
Growth Chart is on hiatus for two weeks, but never fear. I’ll spend my vacation collecting special memories to share with all of you when I get back.
Thank you so much, readers, for your patience and support. Know that I’m taking you with me as I go away and will come back with stories — nonfiction and fiction alike — to share. Have a wonderful week!
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