Lovely review for Shining in the Sun

Google Alerts are not an unmixed blessing, because they make you aware of how much you are being pirated.  On the other hand, it’s wonderful to stumble across a review that you had no idea was there.  This one is from the Isn’t It Romance blog:

you know what I really really loved? The way the stakes were set up; the beautifully set up believeable conflict. I felt the truth of the characters’ dilemmas. I believed. They were real to me.

Thank you so much to Tumperkin 🙂  (Great name, btw.)

We’ve been having a conversation on Twitter and she delighted me by mentioning that Darren had a sort of purity about him.  This made me squee, because I thought so too, but I wasn’t sure whether it came across.  Both of my boys in this book start out as born victims, allowing themselves to be sacrificed for the needs of others, and that should come with a little inner purity, I think.

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Dianne T.
Dianne T.
13 years ago

I’ve kept meaning to come in here and congratulate you on this and also the latest fab review for False Colors. I think its’ great that you are getting these accolades and seeing that people “get” your characters 🙂 Hmmm, I also feel an urge to re-read Shining In The Sun! Speaking of sun, have you seen it? Can you send it to Michigan?!

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