Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Christmas Book Fair – Reviews and a selection of FREE books by Sally Cronin

I know that your TBR piles are in danger of collapsing with all the books that you have bought over the year but, if you would like to add a few more to the list waiting to be read then I would like to offer you one a selection of my eBooks for FREE.

Would I love some more reviews, of course, but there are no strings attached with these books, if you can drop me a line to let me know you have enjoyed at some point then I am more than happy.

There are nine Kindle (mobi) and Epub for other devices books included in the offer   … all you have to do is email me on sally.cronin@moyhill.com and let me know which book and which version you need.

You can check the books out and their recent reviews: My books and reviews 2019/2020

And I of course could not let this opportunity pass without mentioning my latest collection that is now available to buy. I have received two early reviews that I would like to share with you.

About Life’s Rich Tapestry

Life’s Rich Tapestry is a collection of verse, micro fiction and short stories that explore many aspects of our human nature and the wonders of the natural world. Reflections on our earliest beginnings and what is yet to come, with characters as diverse as a French speaking elephant and a cyborg warrior.

Finding the right number of syllables for a Haiku, Tanka, Etheree or Cinquain focuses the mind; as does 99 word micro fiction, bringing a different level of intensity to storytelling. You will find stories about the past, the present and the future told in 17 syllables to 2,000 words, all celebrating life.

This book is also recognition of the value to a writer, of being part of a generous and inspiring blogging community, where writing challenges encourage us to explore new styles and genres.

Amazon £3.50:Amazon UK

And $4.53: Amazon US

Early Reviews for the book (I am over the moon).

Dec 12, 2019 D.G. Kaye rated it Five Stars – Follow D.G. Kaye: Goodreads

Sally Cronin certainly is a master at weaving with words. No matter how many or few, her words will paint a complete story and leave us with a satisfactory optimism or a tug at our heartstrings.

In this author’s newest release of tales to inspire, we’ll find a smorgasbord of forms of writing from various forms of poetry – Haiku, Etherees and Cinquain poetry to condensed micro fiction, where stories are wrapped up complete despite a minimal word count, to short stories on speculative fiction. A wonderful mixed bag of tales covering topics such as: random thoughts, seasons, aging, nature, holidays, fairies, romance, pets, to the human condition and life lessons.

Please head over to read the rest of the review: D.G. Kaye Reviews Life’s Rich Tapestry

Dec 07, 2019 Jacqui rated it Five Stars – Follow Jacqui Murray: Goodreads

In her latest excellent mixed-media book, Life’s Rich Tapestry (2019), Sally Cronin delivers a wide and varied collection of writing styles and themes, all with the goal of enriching the tapestry of the reader’s life. She covers nature, humanity, faeries, remembering, pets, and more in varied writing styles including Haiku, Tanka, Etheree, Cinquain, 99 word fiction, short stories, speculative fiction, and others.

Each style comes with its own challenges–as those who write in them know–but Cronin moves through them with equal ease and mastery. The challenges of writing micro fiction (like Haikus and 99 word fiction) require a story–be it fact or fiction–told quickly in bitesize chunks that no one can skip over or get bored with. Here are a few examples:

Please head over to read the rest of Jacqui’s review: Jacqui’s review for Life’s Rich Tapestry

Claire Fullerton 5.0 out of 5 stars A Treasure December 15, 2019

We come to know a person’s mind through the words they speak; their personality through what they create, and their heart through what they write. Put this all together and you’ve been gifted a glimpse into an artist’s soul. This is how Life’s Rich Tapestry Woven in Words impressed me. Author Sally Cronin’s precious gem of a book is nothing short of fluid insight into all that it means to be human in a round-robin way as to address the entire sphere in bits and pieces that leave a lasting impression.

These are musings delivered artfully, the perfect melding of heart, mind, and soul. In sharing her personal views, the author invites us to examine our own impressions of the day-today by shining light on life’s rich nuance. There is something profound in these meditative pages, something joyous and real that takes nothing for granted by sheer virtue of the fact that Sally Cronin has called them by name. In addressing the natural world, celebrating pets, seasons of the year, and random thoughts, Cronin speaks to the reader conversationally in such a manner that told me I’d revisit the pages. Her flash fiction, speculative fiction, and short stories are vignettes to savor—all told, this book is a work of art at its finest.

All praise to author Sally Cronin, who has earned a constant and significant place in the blogging world by selflessly serving as the fulcrum of focus for so very many. That she has stepped forth by assembling and publishing this collection of letters has gifted us all with the awe-striking opportunity to see a writer’s career shine at its brightest. 

Thanks for dropping by and look forward to hearing from you with your choice of book and the version that you require…Kindle or Epub to sally.cronin@moyhill.com and Happy Christmas

59 thoughts on “Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Christmas Book Fair – Reviews and a selection of FREE books by Sally Cronin

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  2. Sally, I was happy to hear that you have a new book out and it sounds wonderful. I just downloaded it on my iPad as part of books to read either in flight or while on my trip to India this January. In the meantime, may the 5 star reviews keep pouring in. Happy Holidays to you and much success with all of your books. ❤

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