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I feel rejuvenated, affirmed that caring is not wrong, that it matters to me to live by the tenets I hold dear and that what I do matters. It’s gathering strength to carry on.” —Daily Kos “Mc Coy’s masterful characterizations make it easy to forget that is a novel. Robin has a fabulous bestselling author lineup for 2013! ” Popping in for tea on Beth’s purple velvet sofa to talk about ‘s fathers and my own.
I don’t think its possible for me to capture in this review how much I loved this book and how deeply it spoke to my heart.” Wednesday, March 7 | Savvy Verse and Wit Featured review: “Touching on family loyalty, mother-daughter bonds, father-daughter bonds, relationships of all kinds, plus the search for love and forgiveness, Mc Coy reaches deep inside the dough to knead the bonds of these women to help them grow outward and inward, allowing them to absorb more love and connections.” Thursday, March 8 | A Cozy Reading Corner Featured blog review.Monday, March 5 | Books Like Breathing Featured 5-star review: “…as close to perfect as you can get.I was equally engaged in both Reba and Elsie’s stories because they were both written with equal skill, researched well and balanced beautifully…This one is definitely on my keeper shelf.” Tuesday, March 6 | Reading Lark Featured review: “ is a triumph of the human heart…Great character development, picturesque historical descriptions, and skillful balancing of past and present are gracefully woven together like a cozy afghan that I wanted wrap myself in for extended periods of time.” — Heather Schmitt-González, Girlichef ”The Baker’s Daughter is, hands-down, the best book I’ve read so far this year, and I am confident that it will be on my ‘best of’ list for 2012… Central European Time SKYPE visit with Army spouse’s book club of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Beth Fish Reads and I will have Thursday Tea together.a perfectly crafted novel…”—Anna Horner, Diary of an Eccentric “ is a triumph of the human heart… Friday, February 3 | Writer Unboxed Featured guest post.
an engrossing, engaging, and moving exploration of love, family, obligation, and the terrible gray area we live in…This would make a great book club pick — so many facets to invite conversation and discussion — and it would make a good gift for someone who isn’t sure they like historical fiction.” —Unabridged Chick “ is a multi-layered book with themes of war, immigration, and human cruelty. Great character development, picturesque historical descriptions, and skillful balancing of past and present are gracefully woven together like a cozy afghan that I wanted wrap myself in for extended periods of time.” Friday, February 10 | Unabridged Chick Featured review: “…