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· Heart of the Sky


Short Stories
· Still in Love

· MIRIAM'S LIFE

· The One That Got Away

· THE BEACH


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· Children of Guatemala

· The Gift of Writing

· The Dance of Life

· Writing - and its Aftermath

· Let the beauty we love....

· The Spirit of Life Recovers

· The Creative Process

· Political Landscape


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· Loss

· The Hospital

· Juice

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Reviews of Heart of the Sky

7/14/2009 4:15:00 AM

by Miranda Pope


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"What a rich, sensuous effort! The romance was believable, her relationship with his kids touching—they were great, very easy to picture and get hooked by--and the resolution of the crisis was realistic." Dot Mason

“Your writing is very skillful!” Katherine P. Ransel
 
I just read it and was and was thoroughly delighted and entertained!  I was immediately transported back to Antigua and the lake! It is a sweet story and well worth a read.” Kathy Nance  

"Reading Heart of the Sky gave me a vivid taste of life in Guatemala: the color, the music, the food, the incredible beauty of hills and valleys, farm land and city, interwoven with pervasive squalor and grinding poverty, and the generous and gentle people. The story also brings to life the terrible violence of the death squads from some thirty years ago, and illustrates how the residue of deep anger and shame still haunts the present. The story is fast-paced and engaging, and provides a deeper understanding not only of life in Guatemala, but of the universal human spirit. "        Emily Alma

 

 



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