A lovely review on amazon.
Well, I've been so busy this last few days I forgot to pop up another review for Angel's Blood I found on Amazon. With the charity venture beginning to get really moving there have been a lot of things on my mind, and with home life still plodding along...well, I guess you get the picture. You know what it's called...life :). And doesn't it always seem to get in the way of everything else?
You're in the middle of doing something and bam! You have to cook lunch, or the phone rings, or someone knocks on the door. And if you're like me, the first thing that goes through your mind is either "What now?" of "Sh**, really.". Now don't deny it, you know it's true :). All you really want to do is go back to what you were doing.
The real annoying ones are the sales calls. They disturb you, and what for? Just to annoy you thats what. They break your concentration, drag you away from what you're doing, and generally screw things up. And all in the endevours of selling you something you don't want, and never have.
But, I digress. I have another wonderful review from Robert to show you, and here it is...
Beautifully Written 3 May 2015 By Robert Nacke - Published on Amazon.com Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase This is such well written novel that has such a interesting plot that keeps you intrigue from start to finish .The characters are very interesting with so much life in them that you forget you are reading a story .The plot is well thought out by the writer who put great detail in every aspect of it and leave you wanting more when you get to the end!I have read many novels in my days though this one stands out in being one that is such well written one as it is a timeless classic that will be around many years by a writer who is a true master.
What a great review right?
Well, I'm going to leave it there for now, a part of life that I can't escape is calling. It's called sleep :), and thogh I don't get much, I can't do without it :).
Take care, and I'll speak to you soon.
Bye for now,
Yeah, it's very easy to get distracted even by the gush of salted wind, but when we're lone & remind or reply past memories in mind, we come to understand that sometimes, such distractions become the reason to our "inspiration." Sometimes, there's anew page of writing's hidden behind the cascades of frustrated-leaf of distractions, but it ain't happen incessantly. So, it's quiet amazing to turn distractions off & enjoy the appreciations of others 'pon the work we do.
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