Well, my debut young adult novel hit shelves on Tuesday and things have been crazy ever since. Receiving feedback from actual readers on the ground over the past two days has been one of the most satisfying experiences of my writing career. To know that my words are currently making a difference in people’s lives as I write this post is simply mind blowing, and feeling like I’ve been able to at least reach some people and raise their awareness about the plight of Alzheimer’s caregivers makes my heart so full.
But I’m not done trying to get the word out. I’ve really just started. I hope you’ll pick up a copy of NO SAD SONGS and share it with others so that we can further this cause and help young adult readers connect to the very real choices one must face when a family member is confronted with this debilitating disease.
I want to share with you a recent review that I feel captures the essence of NO SAD SONGS with heart, honesty, and appreciation for what it means to be a caregiver. Many thanks to THE READER AND THE CHEF for this brilliant review.
Check it out at YOUNG ADULT BOOKS CENTRAL (YABC)!
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One thought on “Review of No Sad Songs from The Reader and the Chef Blog”
AWESOME review for an awesome book!❤📚