I love libraries and the people who work there! And a library professional who discovered me in Canada’s national newspaper, the Globe and Mail, delighted me with this review. Thank you, Jacqui Denomme, a ukelele-playing library professional from London, Ontario.
Jacqui's Fun with Pigs and Ukuleles
A potent mixture of grace, PTSD recovery, grit, chronic pain, joy, anxiety, love and beauty in the everyday moments AND I myself make an appearance in Chapter 24, how cool is that??
It’s been over 2 years since my last blog but I love this author so much (as a writer AND as a person) that I am prompted to revisit this space to share my deep regard for this lady who has become a very dear friend. AND, btw who was also recently honored, (along with Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee Angela James for my hockey-loving friends out there) among 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women.
I first fell in love with Cynthia Reyes’ writing while reading about her little pink house an article published in the Globe and Mail (Canada’s national newspaper). I was so moved by this lovely story that I was prompted to write the paper to…
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That’s a lovely review, and deservedly so.
Thank you! And for your part in it.
Kudos again Cynthia. Clearly, you touch many people and have a great book on your hands. 🙂
Thank you, Brad. I hope it does touch many people and uplift them too!
I know it will as you do routinely. hugs ❤
Wonderful review! Congratulations, Cynthia.
Thank you, Jill. It’s a great honour when esteemed library professionals like Jacqui approve of my book – I figure they are among the world’s greatest experts on good books!
One can only dream of such a delightful review. Almost finished with your first book, I’m ready to dive into the second.
Hooray! I’m so glad you read the first. Thank you, and for diving into the second! To give an author some of your precious time is a gift.
Wonderful review Cynthia – well deserved! Happy Sunday to you ~
Thank you, Mary.
Very nice review and so true!
Thank you, Amy!
A great review. 🙂 🙂
It is lovely, Gallivanta.
Wonderful! And libraries rock! Yes, they do.
Well said! If you ever read AHH, you will love the librarians you meet.
How exciting Cynthia .. 😃 a lovely review
Thanks, Julie. How goes your winter?
Raining and windy .. 😄
Better than snow, methinks. Is it?
Ha ha absolutely!
Thanks for the head’s up about that blogger and your review. Delightful, both.
Thank you very much, Phil! Hope the summer is going well for you.
What a wonderful review. I look forward to reading it too. 🙂
Thank you, fellow author!
Congratulations, Cynthia, on the wonderful reviews of your memoirs. I could relate to what Jacqui said about being so immersed in your world that I forgot about mine. I love it when that happens.
Blessings ~ Wendy
That’s how I feel about good books, so to have others say the same about mine feels wondrous.
Congratulations on your latest book – I look forward to reading it soon!
Thank you, Teresa. I hope you’re enjoying the summer, and have found time to write.
Thank you, Kev. And I’m enjoying the serialization of your third Miedo memoir!
I’m really happy to hear that, Cynthia… Thanks!
A wonderful review, Cynthia!
Thank you, Lavinia.
Excellent review! (Tried to post this comment a couple of hours ago but lost my internet connection!)
Clare, I thank you. And for trying to post this twice!
We are still away from home and struggling with the internet! Travelling home tomorrow – sad to leave Germany as it’s such a friendly country but it will be nice to be home again.
It is a friendly country. I’ve worked there twice, for short periods, and really enjoyed it. Welcome back home, Clare!
What a great review! Congrats. 🙂
Thank you, Cathleen!