Cathleen Townsend decided to blog her review of my book. As a published author, she had some very nice things to say about my book.
this volume has superb writing in a line-edit sense—I didn’t have a single wince as I read,
That’s high praise coming from someone who edits professionally.
She also had this to say.
Pacing-wise, the story moves right along, and that is also a rarer thing than I could wish. If you’re looking for a faith-based narrative without a saccharine aftertaste, Prayers Were No Help is a worthy read.
I found the latter sentence especially pleasing, since the goal of my writing is to do that. Rather than smack people in the face with religious doctrine, I try to introduce them to godly living through all-too-common human trials and tribulations that find their resolution in spiritual healing.