Recent Reviews for Gail L. Jenner
Across the Sweet Grass Hills (Book) - 6/6/2002 9:04:01 AM|
A truely wonderful story that I couldn't put down. The characters and plot came alive and held my interest to the very end.The touching story set in early American History was well written and researched. A must read for anyone that enjoys adventure and romance yet loves History.
Across the Sweet Grass Hills (Book) - 6/4/2002 9:33:38 AM
This book is a page turner. The story is compelling, the characters are wonderful. I have read it several times through. A must read for everny history, romance, western, or Native American story enthusiast.
A Man and A Hoss (Article) - 7/10/2003 10:01:40 AM
Your story is very informative and interesting in a simple way. Your choice of words keeps the reader engaged and eager to learn more about the historical origins of the cowboy. ...Good style development with a vast topic.
Lessons in Nature (Poetry) - 2/14/2008 10:22:00 PM
Gorgeous, Gail! The emotions, pathos, irregularity of verse and intersections make this piece a joy to read and contemplate. Are you well?
Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Lessons in Nature (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 2:56:33 PM
Winter's Chant (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 1:42:46 PM
ah, bring on the cold weather..believe you me, living in texas, i am READY for winter's chill! :( (((HUGS))) super write! :)
Lessons in Nature (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 1:42:01 PM
this one soars! what wonderful imagery you used in this write! :) loved it! (((HUGS))) :)
Winter's Chant (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 8:55:45 AM
A vivid picture, I can hear the rain and feel the fire.
An Old Sea Farer's Jacket (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 8:53:25 AM
the musings many of us have had before, but spoken so beautifully, so poetically. Pat.
Lessons in Nature (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 8:49:59 AM
the four simple words of emotions are fully embodied by the beautiful images you have created. Wonderful. P.
Lessons in Nature (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 4:44:56 AM
Love your imagery in this one.
Lessons in Nature (Poetry) - 7/11/2003 9:32:55 PM
Well done, Gail. Your imagery sings.