It's always wonderful when one of your older books gets a bit of love on a drizzly November morning.
Thank you Lorraine for Readers' Favorite for this new ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review!
"The story is heartbreaking. The tension is palpable. The conclusion both shocks and thrills. Crawford puts you in the story, compelling you to walk in Grace’s shoes. You will acutely feel Grace’s pain and frustration, weep for her, and root for her ultimate redemption. Crawford’s descriptions are vivid and her characterizations are superb. The story is captivating and entirely believable. This is a book readers will struggle to put down, and a story that will stay with you long after you turn the last page. It is just superb writing."
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Welcome to my irregular update of how things are going in my life. It wasn't meant to be a weather update, but I'm British and it's in my contract to mention that... wow! we're having a bit of a heatwave. Not an official one, but the temperatures have been up around 26/27C which is hot for September.
On Friday I was writing in the garden because I could not spend a moment longer in the house. It was glorious and I got so much done.
I'm also refreshing Our Beautiful Child for a republishing date later this year. I say refreshing, but really I'm slashing it to pieces. I didn't mean to, but once I started to clean things up, make a couple of interactions a little more mindful of post #metoo sensibilities, remove or rename a few of the characters, and change the order of the three novellas in the collection, it's become almost a brand new book.
Hopefully, by November (with my fingers crossed), the collection will be out with a new title, a new cover, and a smoother read.