At last, SOMEONE does. Finally, a review that really gets at the REAL heart of what my book is about. Here's an excerpt of Lynn's exceptionally insightful review:
How to Knit a Love Song by Rachael Herron is a novel with a
little bit of everything. It’s primarily a book about emergency dispatchers,
with a few love scenes, sheep, trucks and yarn thrown in to attract a broader
audience. Don’t mistake me; those sections of the novel are not slighted in the
least, but the scenes with the emergency dispatchers were what kept me riveted to
the pages. I could easily picture the dispatcher clutching her headset, focused
on extracting all the details of the call, and with lightning quick responses,
calling in the services that would be needed to bring about a happy ending.
Yes. Really, it's a ponderous tome about emergency services, difficult to parse, and I'm glad Lynn was able to get to the heart of the matter. It should be noted she posted it on April 1st. I suppose that might have something to do with it. Ahem.
A winner has been drawn for Adrienne's book, Sweater Quest: CCR in MA – I've emailed you privately, congrats! The BIG DRAWING for the sweater and the bookstore gift certs will occur on Sunday.
And that, my ducks, is all for now. I have a Digit on my lap who is demanding all my attention.
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