Good news, especially unexpected good news that pops up in the email agenda, is very much welcome. And when it is a good news about my debut book’s first professional review—well, that news needs to be shared!
Last week my publisher emailed me Kirkus Reviews reception of Someday We Will. I was told I had to keep it on the quiet until January 21. The calendar now provides an all clear…
And here is what Kirkus has to say:
“While long-distance relationships can be a bit difficult to maintain even with the possibilities of today’s technology, this will surely encourage good strategic discussion to quell the impatience of waiting for the next welcoming stay at a grandparent’s home.Captures the eager anticipation of reunions with loving grandparents. (Picture book. 3-7).”
I shared this good news with our local children’s librarian and she congratulated me, mainly getting my book reviewed, commenting that many children’s books don’t get reviewed.
Good news received and shared with you. I am hoping for more positive reviews.
The book’s publish date is April 7th—getting closer!
Whoo-hoo!! MANY good reviews to come!
Hoping that to be true! Thanks!
Congratulations! That’s wonderful!
Thank you, Valerie! You would especially relate to the joy of the writer’s journey.
Congratulations! First of many, I hope!
Well deserved, my friend! Congrats!
Thanks, Mike! It’s good to hear from you. 😊
❤❤This is HUGE. I’m so happy for you!
Thank you! Two more months until published and shelf ready. Anticipation…
Congrats, I think your title might be a good one for this time. There are so many things we can do right now, but someday…
The book takes on a different meaning now. Instead of the anticipation of the grandparent/grandchild visit, it’s now applicable to seeing loved ones once again.
Thanks for stopping by!
Congratulations ma’am, that calls for celebration! Thanks for sharing this, nice blog. Even I review books on my blog, might even try children’s books this time, sounds interesting!
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you consider reviewing Someday We Will.