I’ve been neck-deep in a project and have gotten woefully behind in blogging, but I surfaced today to discover some wonderfully kind words.
Along with such other fabulous writers as Kaje Harper and Erica Pike, my book was listed as a Recommended Read for February. To quote:
These are chosen by us, the reviewers of Prism Book Alliance™. It is a way to recognize those authors whose work sticks with us. Those who go above and beyond.
Feliz said, in part: if you’re ready to sink into an artfully crafted story full of philosophical wisdom, permeated with heartfelt human kindness and imperturbable optimism, reach for this book, you can’t go wrong.
I am touched beyond words. To read the full review, click here, and may Chad and Warren resonate with you as well as with Feliz and the other readers and reviews who have taken the time to comment.
Money, It’s A Crime – Return to the Mountain by P.D. Singer
OMG, first review in for Return to the Mountain! Lisa at The Novel Approach enjoyed what she read, giving it five stars. See Pam’s eyes get wide!
In part, this is what she said:
Return to the Mountain is a story filled with truths about dishonesty and the damaging consequences of doing the wrong things for the right reasons. It’s not at all an exaggeration to say that I loved it, loved Seth’s simplicity and Gary’s eventual understanding that earning Seth’s respect was the only thing worth working for.
If you haven’t read any of the Mountain books or The Rare Event, for that matter, don’t let that stop you from picking this one up.
See the rest here, and go ahead and grab your own copy to see what Lisa’s talking about. Find it at Dreamspinner, Amazon, All Romance eBooks, Barnes and Noble, and other fine eTailers.
I’m still hyperventilating over Jenre’s review of Blood on the Mountain! It’s always nail-biting time when a reviewer posts, but my manicure, such as it is, is safe this time.
Part of what she said:
Overall, this book was simply delightful. The mix of quiet moments and tense action scenes made this a real page turner and we learn so much more about Kurt’s past and see his feelings about being with a closeted lover. More than that though, this is a wonderful romance with very sympathetic characters, lots of tenderness but some great sex scenes too (the strip archery was a particular favourite). If you liked Fire on the Mountain then you are going to love this one too. I did and can highly recommend Blood on the Mountain.
See the rest at Jessewave’s. And pardon the happy dance!
Blood is available from Dreamspinner, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, All Romance eBooks, and other fine e-tailers.
Buh… Buh… Fire on the Mountain just came out and it’s up at Jessewave’s!
5 stars ! Whee! Jenre summarized by saying: “A re-release of a book which is firmly on my keeper shelf, this lovely romance is bound to delight many new readers.” And she liked Kurt’s climbing story!
Mrs Condit loved all over it too: 5 sweet peas! “FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN is a sexy, entertaining story and the beautiful way Ms Singer puts words together makes it very enjoyable to read. Her research into the job of a forest ranger added details that really pulled me into the story and hooked me from the first page to the last. “
Lisa of the Novel Approach devoured this big honker of a book and instead of indigestion, she had the nicest things to say! Five stars and some perceptive comments — she understood exactly what I was trying to do with Ricky and Jon.
What was entirely essential was the way in which Ricky and Jon collaborated and conflicted with each other, and eventually, the way in which that connection suffered under the weight of the odds of the gamble. If there’s such a thing as profiting from loss, Ricky did it, and it was both painful and lovely to witness.
The rest is here: The Rare Event by P.D. Singer.
I’m supposed to go to bed now, but I’m floating about 6 inches off the mattress.