False Colors review from Vulpes Libris
The book foxes have been foxing my book! And I’m very happy about it 🙂 In fact I’ve got a lovely review over here
from Anne Brook, author of the haunting ‘A Dangerous Man’ and ‘Painting from Life’. I really love her stuff, so when she said she was reading False Colors, I was rather worried that it might not come up to her standard. But fortunately she seems to have liked it 🙂
“Let me nail my colours to the mast (sorry, couldn’t resist that one …) and say first off that this book is a total and absolute pleasure. And I say that as someone who doesn’t even usually go for historical seafaring novels,”
She’s also got some interesting things to say about the Running Press series as a whole, and the curious fact that “there’s a significant minority of us GLBT book fans who appear to be women connected in some way or other with the church”
I’ve noticed this myself – Charlie Cochrane, Z.A Maxfield, Anne herself and me, and those are only the people in my immediate circle of friends. I suppose it’s not many, but when you’d hardly expect any, it’s odd.
On other news, my husband has been home most of the week with kidney stone (again). This time in the other kidney. And I was right about the importance of getting Blessed Isle finished because I was expecting edits – I had my first lot of edits on Captain’s Surrender today, prior to its relauch as a Samhain title. So life is a little busy at the moment, and as usual I’m running late with email replies. Sorry!