The Review That Left My Husband Speechless

Because saying “thank you” never goes out of style.
Thank you, Colin and Justin!

Cynthia Reyes - Author

If you look at the back of almost any book these days, you’ll see glowing recommendations from big name authors or other celebrities.  You know: a fancy version of “This book is the best thing since sliced bread!”

 Writing ‘book blurbs’ has become such a going concern that some well-known authors make a good chunk of change off it.

 But when my manuscript was complete, I wasn’t looking for big name celebrities to lend their names. I wanted people who genuinely “got” my book. And I wanted individuals whose own writing reflects a passion for the thing we call “home”.

I asked only a few people and was very lucky: they all said yes. You’ll see their kind comments on the back cover of A Good Home.

Book back coverOne response stood out. It wasn’t just a sentence: it was a whole review. To have two strangers agree to read the…

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11 responses to “The Review That Left My Husband Speechless

  1. Jackie Saulmon Ramirez

    That is awesome! 🙂

  2. It was a beautiful review. A home is something we all can relate to and they hold our memories and shape our lives.

  3. As you know Cynthia, I have read your book, Justin and Colin did write a lovely review but it was more than justly deserved.

  4. Gosh what a splendid review. I love the comment about the glass half full .. Ours brimming over .. Wonderful Cynthia

  5. A beautiful, and very special review. Yes, they got it!

  6. Very special review Cynthia, a read worth it in every sense.

  7. Big name reviews usually don’t tell the reader much of anything, and they all sound the same. Sorry big name authors! But this – it informative and true!

  8. A brilliant review from the ones who know the difference between “houses” and “homes” 🙂

  9. I think it may have been this review that persuaded me to buy and read A Good Home – one of my most fulfilling reads this year.

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