59 days ago
Chronicles of the Broken has been picked up by a commercial publisher, so I'm making it private. Thanks to everyone who helped me polish it! It is now available for preorder at http://www.leewayartisans.com/broken with a March release date. Rescuing Liberty is published and can be purchased at Amazon.com. I've only kept it posted so people can see the first few chapters.
I test drive every book I get my hands on. I am not genre specific. I just need to be captivated, entertained, enchanted or at least interested before the end of the second chapter, or I'll never finish it. Life's too short to force yourself to finish a bad book.
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Love the language and the way you make it flow. It's different, but fun and unforced. Well worth a spin on my shelf.
As others mention, this is very well polished. Your scenery is vivid and easy to imagine. Hayley is a strong character, unwilling to back down, and I have to respect that. Well done. Backed.
This is a touching story that grabs hold of readers from the very first chapter. It would be hard not to fall in love with William's father (a widower battling both kidney failure and cancer) and William for watching it all and arranging his schedule to make sure his dad gets the treatments. Chapter...
This reads easily, and your characters are both interesting and believable. Sarah is easy to relate to in her guilt and frustrations. Shelved.
Chapter ten –
Nice tear jerker. This chapter is seriously emotional and you did a great job at bringing that emotion to the foreground.
Nits – you talk too much about his stub of a finger, and I found it distracting. I mean a mention or two is fine, but go through and count how many times yo...