As the blog tour for At the Corner of Magnetic and Main continues, we added four new posts:
Moxxley at Platypire Reviews
Diane Coto at Fiction Zeal
Blanche Day Manos at her author blog
Tara at Absolutely Tara
I really appreciate their lovely reviews and observations about what the book meant to them. Tara joked that at first she was a little suspicious that she was getting into some kind of "ghost porn" situation, but she quickly realized that I wasn't going to go there. No thanks. As she concluded, it's really not about the Penny/Jake relationship at all. That's just one of the friendships in Penny's world.
"It's an innocent telling of a relationship with the self. It mirrors the struggle living women have all the time. Forgetting our own needs so we can care for others. Carrying the burden of those around us while not even realizing we've forgotten to take care of ourselves."
Yes, that's exactly what I intended, Tara.
Moxxley said in her amazon review, "I think that this story was amazing from start to finish. It kinda gives you that kick in the pants that you desperately need but you don't know that you need it."
A kick-in-the-pants ghost story. I'll take it!
This coming week we continue with posts at Bookaholic, Crafty Cauldron, and The Styling Librarian!!