A Journey of Words continues to get 5-star reviews! Have you read it yet? If not, go to my home page and purchase a copy. If so, why haven’t YOU reviewed it yet? 🙂
Here is one of the latest reviews from Amazon. Although she slightly misspelled my name I am very grateful for the praise.
By Jennifer Skolney on January 19, 2017
Laurie Gardiner’s story, “Retribution,” still haunts me, months after finishing. It was so wonderfully written, that despite not wanting to know what happened next, I had to read on. J.A. Ames’s “The Last Ride,” I could not get through without a box of tissues. “The Open Road,” by M.R. Ward was a great example of good, true horror – the kind of story I want to read by flashlight while camping or on a stormy night. “Ants of Uranus!” by Randy Blazak was delightfully weird and creepy in the best possible way (I’ll never look at coffee grounds the same again). And I got completely caught up in the lyrical style of Andrea Barrios’s beautifully written “Conversations with the Serpent.” I find myself wanting to give mentions to all of the stories in this wonderful anthology.
It is an anthology I will return to, to revisit stories from time to time, and it is one I would recommend to friends.