Out of Focus :: Kings River Life Magazine Review

Hey friends

The online magazine Kings River Life published their December issue. Inside you’ll find their special Christmas Gift Suggestions Book List and I’m excited to share that Out of Focus and inkBLOT (the novel I co-wrote with Phyllis Johnson) are both on the list!!

OUT OF FOCUS – reviewed by Diana Hockley said “Nancy’s style is laid back and easy – I read it in one night….I reviewed Nancy’s first Adams Grove novel, Sweet Tea and Secrets, some time ago, and although I was impressed, I am of the opinion that this story is even better in terms of technical expertise and emotive imagery. Highly recommended!”

inkBLOT – reviewed by Terrance V McArthur said “In a world where Internet wonderboys can turn their concepts into megabucks, it is fun to watch Ronnie trying to parlay his brand into wider usage, while someone else tries to spin him into police custody. There are lessons in marketing savvy that add to the fun of this quirky novel.”

Here’s the link to the magazine. You can read the full reviews and  enter to win free books!

http://kingsriverlife.com/12/03/christmas-mystery-book-gift-suggestions/

Hugs and Happy Reading…

Nancy

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