No formal reviews yet, but I'm getting some good feedback from people who have read "Schlussel's Woman."
Jackie P's friend, a retired Columbia University prof, said, in part: "I like it. I think he's a pretty good writer and catches the scene, creating anticipation very well. He has obvious talent. He presents a pretty brutal scene and knows how to turn a phrase."
Herb D. commented, "..near the end, the suspense was great."
Pat's friend said, "Very good writing and story line."
Jerry called the other day to say a person she gave a copy to as a Christmas gift said "..it should be a movie. He ought to submit it to Oprah Winfrey."
Now, if I can get response like this from reviewers!
I meant to keep this blog going as a daily journal. There was a time I did that for years. These days there just doesn't seem to be time to keep these good intentions. So, let me back track a little here and come up to date:
Friday was a frigid day, temps never getting out of the teens. It would have been another good day to stay home and write. But, I had to go to the historical society, where I am librarian. We're closed now until March but I still have to go in periodically to check the mail, continue research for clients, etc.
Saturday I did get some work done on "Something In Common," my serial mystery for www.keepitcoming.net
Sunday I did some genealogy and then went with my son, Mike, to my grandson, Ethan's basketball game. Poor kid. They lost again. Still, as long as he has fun...
This morning I was again involved with genealogy. When I finish this, I've got to get to the writing.