A Day of Reflection…

Today is a day of reflection for me.  I spent most of yesterday trying to wear my child out so that she would sleep through the night.  I skipped my Benadryl last night so I would hear her if she woke up.  She did not wake, but I could not sleep.  At least I had a book to read and I enjoyed every minute of it.

 If you like young adult romance novels with a paranormal twist you will certainly love Remember The Eyes, by Beth Muscat. My review is up on Amazon as well as at Smashwords. Definitely worth the read!  I am so inspired by this author’s words as her writing actually gives me hope.  I, like Ms. Muscat, love to use imagery and a poetic voice when I write.  It was great to see someone else with a similar graceful style and wonderful to see it as something not only readable, but something that translates to beauty easily.  She may not know it yet, but not only has she inspired to dig deep and finish my novel, I am certain to publish anything I put my mind to.

All in all, a sleepless night was well worth it when you have such a talented writer to keep you company.


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5 responses to “A Day of Reflection…

  1. Aw, thank you, Missy….! I’m glad that I inspired you to finish that novel. If we have similiar styles, then I’m sure I will love it!

    BTW, if you’re itchin’ for something else to read, “Remember The Eyes” is only the first of three books. “Nothing Without You” is a continuation of Riley and Michael’s relationship and “Infinite” is them, 25 years later.

    I’m so glad that you liked it! I appreciate your blogpost very much.

    • I will be checking those out as well! I have two other books to read and review here in the next couple weeks and I also want to get as much done as I can on my book so I can begin my journey to publishing.

  2. Mike Saxton

    I liked Remember the Eyes and I normally can’t stand paranormal romance. Beth is a great writer!

  3. I agree that Beth’s writing is very motivational and inspirational too!

  4. It’s a terrific review, Missy. Beth’s a fine author, and she gets better with each book.

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