A newly-published review of my novel calls it “A deeply engaging and satisfying read” with “well-paced suspense, interesting and well-developed characters and a vivid re-creation of time and place.”
The writeup in The Valley Times newspaper describes how the story unfolds and how it’s, ultimately, about “the pivotal moments in life that can define all that follows.” If you’d like to read the entire review, find it here in The Valley Times.
New Retail Options
I’m also thrilled to announce The God of Sno Cone Blue is available for sale in two book stores. The first, New Renaissance Bookshop, is on NW 23rd in downtown Portland, between Pettygrove and Overton.
You’ll find The God of Sno Cone Blue in a quaint little room in the back among the novels. Stop by when you can, and tell them I sent you.
Another Wonderful Bookstore
If the Hillsboro area is more convenient, you’ll enjoy roaming the stacks in Jacobsen’s Books & More at 211 East Main Street.
What I love about Jacobsen’s is the focus on books, both new and used. The minute you walk in, you’re browsing titles and finding gems.
What’s more, local authors like myself have their books placed near the front of the store. Jacobsen’s stocks gifts and word games too and is very active in the community, sponsoring author readings and events for adults and kids. If you’re in Hillsboro, stop by Jacobsen’s on Main Street. You’ll find something fun!
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