When you connect with a book,
the words will Dance off
the page as they
to your Heart
My passion is writing. My vision is to bring joy to those who read my work, and to benefit others with the gifts I am blessed with by sharing.
One of the most endearing
compliments came from from someone who told me that when she read The Spirits of Nature, it was melodious to her. That was monumental to me because I hear music when I am developing a story, as well as when I write.
I love the work of André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra. We have spend many nights together bringing in the light of day because my characters will not allow me to leave.
That is the joy of writing. Once I begin the characters take over and write their own story. I am merely the catalyst to bring it to you.
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Little Big Horn College Library
Kindred Spirits is the second book in the Spirits of Nature series, and I couldn't wait to read it as I had loved the first book. Now, due to the ending of the first book, I knew that this book would be about different characters, but I was also hoping that The Mourning Dove and Running Wolf would also pay a visit. Is this cryptic enough for you? I certainly hope so, because these two books are simply amazing.
Kindred Spirits is about the children and grandchildren of The Mourning Dove and Running Wolf, with some hard-hitting history thrown in too. There is nothing 'soft' about this book, it paints a harsh reality. At times, you will be gasping for breath amidst the sorrow as the story unfolds. And yet..., there is still hope. There are characters that still have a part to play. There is love so deep, so pure, it transcends death. And yet, not everyone gets a guaranteed HEA. This may be a fictional story, but there are so many elements of truth in it, it may just break your heart before it slowly stitches it back together again.
There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. The pace is gentle and smooth where necessary, with a brilliant story that tells its own tale at its own speed. The only thing I would say, which isn't negative by any means, is that I wish I had re-read Spirits of Nature, just so I could immerse myself for longer. Absolutely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion.
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