A Compliment

My son Jesse read my latest story, Archie’s Wall and sent me the following review.  (Quoted as he wrote it, with the exception of a few grammar and spelling mistakes.)

The story brings you in like a great steak hooking you from the beginning with the smell enticing you urging even to read on not wanting to stop till you finally drop your knife and fork with a clatter satisfied with a perfect ending to an amazing meal. The words woven like spices seared into the meat, analogies and memories so cunning you don’t even realize it on a congtive level until you stop and think about it. Life given to the characters that make them so real you know and realize how much this chef truly cares and puts into every dish she writes. A well, and  truely deserved compliment to the chef.

And I think I am a writer!

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Brittany H Martin says:

I can not thank you adequately for the posts on your web site. I know you’d put a lot of time and effort into them and hope you know how much I appreciate it. I hope I’ll do exactly the same for someone else at some point.

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