Wednesday, May 15, 2019
The Tenth Gateway
I loved receiving this review of The Tenth Gateway from the 8 year old grand-daughter of a friend of mine. It reads:
“It’s a great and interesting story. I feel as if I could relate to Sophie. Loves to win but is told not to show off. I likey! (PS – in case you were wondering, I too have a lively mind. All of the characters seem to come to life in my head.”
I am now holding my breath waiting to hear what she says about ‘The Spy’s Door’.
Pinnacle Book Achievement Award
I'm pleased that I have received acknowledgement of my writing by the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs (NABE) - based in the USA. I have just received notification of the award for best book in the Category Children's Fantasy for 'The Spy's Door'.
Sophie and Jun - the two lead characters in my books - have become very real to me. I'm glad that others are enjoying reading about their adventures.
It's always nice to receive positive feedback don't you think? Especially if it's from the children for whom the book was written.
at May 15, 2019
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