new book review
Hello, Write Edge readers! As you may have noticed, I got a slow start to my week. With Monday being a holiday and the kids at home, I didn’t get to do as much writing as I liked. My intentions have filled blog posts for the next five years. My actions…well, let’s just say I’m working on getting the two parallel lines of intention and action to intersect at some point. Just need to bend them a bit.
I didn’t want to leave you, my dear, loyal readers, in the lurch this week, so I’m just picking things up where the week is. It’s Wednesday, which means a book review! Today I’m sharing thoughts on The Indigo Girl by historical fiction writer Natasha Boyd. Here’s the opening to my post:
When a father gives his teenage daughter responsibility for his plantations, she must fight against society’s conventions and established gender ideas to prove that she’s up to the task. As she manages the land, she discovers an entrepreneurial spirit she didn’t know she possessed. Author Natasha Boyd delves into pre-Revolutionary life in the grounded novel The Indigo Girl.
On Friday I’ll share new Spurts on Growth Chart. Have a lovely rest of the week, readers, and stay warm out there!
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Good morning, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest book review for you. Today I share my thoughts on the brand new release An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen. Here’s the opening paragraph to my review:
A woman joins a psychology study as a way to make some quick cash, only to discover that she’s been drawn into a situation that runs past academics. The longer she stays in the study, the more questions she begins to ask even as she realizes that every question might bring her closer to the destruction of her own life. Co-authors Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen return after a successful debut with another fun thriller in their latest book An Anonymous Girl.
(It feels so great to start the new year with a great book. :> Hope you pick this one up.)
Have a great day, readers!
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