What a way to start the week.. Of course getting a new review is amazing and Jacqui Murray has been kind enough to share her thoughts about Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries.. and also Jessica Bakker’s Guns of Perdition which is an incredible read.. with a recommendation for Markie by Anneli Purchase which sounds like a wonderful read.. please head over to read the reviews.
I can’t wait to share these Indie books with you. I just know you’ll love them as much as I did:
- Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries–normal people surviving life’s challenges with a positive attitude and a will to overcome
- Marlie–can an isolated island community salve Marlie’s failed love?
- Guns of Pardition–a paranormal western like none other
by Sally Cronin
Sally Cronin’s Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet (2020) delivers exactly what the title promises–a lovely collection of real-life stories about ordinary people. They are heart warming and satisfying, showing the kind side of people despite dreary events or circumstances. There are no dark…
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