My book “A Good Home“ is available through bookstores and online booksellers worldwide. If your local bookstore does not have it, please ask them to order it, and leave enough time for them to do so.
“A Good Home will delight your soul and touch your heart. There is magic in these words!”
—DEBRA USHER, President and Editor-in-Chief, Arabella Magazine
“ Cynthia Reyes’ glass is almost always half full, but ours, as we read her uplifting story, brims over.”
—COLIN McALLISTER and JUSTIN RYAN, www.colinandjustin.tv
All The Reviews of A Good Home have been splendid. I’m most thankful.
WHERE TO BUY IT ONLINE:
A Good Home is available in ebook and printed versions. To order online, please use your favourite bookseller, or click on one of the following: chapters.indigo.ca; Amazon.ca; amazon.com; amazon.co.uk; barnesandnoble.com; booktopia or other booksellers.
For additional information, or to buy a signed copy mailed to your address, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Good Home is an addictive read, a profoundly emotional book about the author’s early life in rural Jamaica, her move to urban North America, and her trips back home, all told through vivid descriptions of the unique homes she has lived in — from a tiny pink house in Jamaica and a mountainside cabin near Vancouver to the historic Victorian farmhouse she lives in today, surrounded by neighbors who share spicy Malaysian noodles and seafood, Greek pastries and roast lamb, and Italian tomato sauce and wine (really strong wine).
Full of lovingly drawn characters and vividly described places, A Good Home takes the reader through deeply moving stories of marriage, children, the death of parents, and an accident that takes its high-flying author down a humbling notch. Its pages sparkle with stories and reflections on home as:
- A foundation on which to build connections with children, relatives, and friends
- A place to celebrate the joys of elegant design, overflowing gardens (except for the wisteria vine, which cannot be coaxed into blooming), and the sharing of good food
- A wise teacher, showing us who we really were — and who we really are.