Christoph Fischer has done me the honor of featuring my book along with another that I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing, Until the Robin Walks on Snow. It’s a lovely read.
One of the most rewarding sides of having this blog of recommendations is when my features bring these great books in the way of appreciate readers and fellow writers.
Two of my favourite authors have found each other’s work recently and I am so delighted about it that I am posting their reviews for each other.
As reminder here are the two books:
It is 1922. An immigrant family and their devoted midwife struggle to save a tiny premature baby. Inspired by real events in Norwich, Connecticut, this historical fiction novella about determination, family, faith, and friendship includes a story chapter about the family’s Polish and Lithuanian Christmas Eve traditions. Appendices include Author’s Notes about the facts, family history, and research behind the story.
Currently in the Top Ten of 9 separate Listopia Lists
and a 4.6 average rating on Amazon
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