I admit it: I’m a terrible blogger. There’s so much else I’d rather do, like work on my next book or read or spend way too much time on social media, checking in with the world on that huge, huge time-hole called Facebook.
And, no, the picture above has absolutely nothing to do with a review or with wasting time. I just like it…and can’t wait to get out on the water again.
Anyway, back to the review. The first words made me giddy:
“Normandie Fischer is at it again–illustrating the complex heart of the mature woman. Hers aren’t the novels of first love and high hopes for the future. They aren’t aimed at fresh-faced youngsters looking for romance–and a husband, children, and a house with a white picket fence. They’re aimed at women who have already been there, and wear the tarnish to prove it.”
So writes author and editor Linda Yezak. Isn’t it a great beginning?
Yes, I write about tarnished folk. Women such as I who need a bit of buffing every so often to bring out the shine. You can read the rest of her kinds words on her blog:
Check her out.
(Oh, and the last words of her review took my giddiness to the next level.)