Sunday, August 29, 2010

And things do move on ..

A few words from the first glorious review of ‘Sugar Spring Tales’, from the ceremonious hands of Linda Heinrich, author of Jason’s Helmet.

-  just finished reading the book. Wow! It was delightful. At first I had a problem with the adult endings, but after awhile I enjoyed sitting back and letting my mind wonder about what would happen next in the lives of these characters.

After we left Richmond, we drove to Toledo and then to Charleston, West Virginia. I read to my husband while he was driving. He enjoyed the stories also. I can certainly see this book in a gift shop.
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Linda – Here is a clichéd but genuinely heartfelt ‘Thanks’ for all the encouragement and most importantly the kind smile you carried when I first got to meet you.

Visit Linda Heinrich here.


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12 comments:

Karen Xavier said...

Hey, that is so cool! *claps*
I can imagine how you must be feeling... gleeful :)

PurpleHeart said...

gleeful !! Absolutely!:)

Beth Niquette said...

Hey there--thank you for signing up for FAT Tuesday--I was wondering if I had the wrong link? Do you have some art up in a different blog?

I did enjoy reading your blog.

Me-Era* said...

Wow you are an author!

Cool review! :)

Beth Niquette said...

Oh, you are truly a dear! Thank you for clearing up the confusion--you know there are many ways art is manifested in people--some through makeup, others through drawing, still others through writing and photography--there are a million ways to express one's soul.

I am honored to have met you, and I thank you for your comments and kind words. My Mum is an author--and I see you are, too--which makes you a wonderful part of our FAT Tuesday. ((hugs))

mahesh said...

Congrats!

Is this a self-published book?

Will the book be available at Landmark?

All the best!

$ph!nX said...

*Claps* , *Thumbs Up* and a big "Kudos!!!" to you!

Well, You know what? I'm coming there to get myself a copy ;) Not to West Virginia, but to California. Will it be available there?

PurpleHeart said...

Beth, I'm relieved !! Thanks for the care !! Hugs !!!

Mahesh, It's not yet available in India. It's a print-on-demand book. :) Thanks for checking anyways. Will post it on my blog if it gets to India. :)

PurpleHeart said...

Aneesh, That's terrific !!! When is the travel scheduled ? How long will u be here ? Email me. Most of all - Welcome to the land of opportunities !! :)

Sh@s said...

Congrats! Am sure you must be on cloud nine. Is this your first book? Sorry for my ignorance.

Betsy said...

How nice for your hubs...like an audio book but in his wife's voice! :)

PurpleHeart said...

Yea, if only he would read, Betsy.