Wednesday, April 18, 2007

The Book Pedler Review!

NEW REVIEW! Hop on over to Jamieson Wolf's review blog, The Book Pedler, to see what he says about The Search for the Million $$$ Ghost! Here's a snippet...

"I can’t stress enough how incredible The Search for the Million $$$ Ghost is. At first I was a little sceptical, as different writers have different writing styles and multi-author books are usually pretty choppy. I needn’t have worried. From page one, this book flows beautifully and you can’t tell where one author started and another author continued. The writing is flawless and the story pulls you in until it absorbs your entire world. I loved the idea that, essentially, it was a book about spirituality and the existence of the spirit world..."

If you'd like to read the rest of the review, click here!

Thank you, Jamieson!

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Blogger Marilyn said...

Dorothy: This may come through twice. Somehow I lost the connection and it was a work of art, of course.
But I wanted to add that a Military Brat friend of mine lives just a few blocks from Ground Zero, and the day she heard the crashes and the news about the planes hitting the twin towers, she rushed down the street to her grandchildren's school, swooping them up in her arms, then encouraging them to run as fast as they could toward her apartment. As they ran through the gray ash that covered everything and every body, the little girl looked up at her grandmother and asked, "Grandma, where did all the colors go?"
We must never forget that day, nor should we forget the souls who died there and in PA and at the Pentagon. I do believe some of the spirits are still around the area -- one person said she could hear whispers as she rode the train that runs under the WTC. I don't doubt that for a minute. Maybe these lost souls will finally find their peaceful rest.
Well said, Dorothy.

April 19, 2007 at 10:01 AM  
Blogger Dorothy said...

Wow...that's a neat story, too, Marilyn. I'm going to try to make it to the Book Festival the end of June..maybe I can pick up on some more ghostly feelings. It's sad, really, though...even after all these years.

April 19, 2007 at 10:06 AM  

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