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  1. I just finished your book. Thank you so much for writing such a lovely story. It was so refreshing to read such a wonderful story without all of the offensive language and in appropriate themes. Finally! A book I can recommend to my daughters and to my friends. It was such a fun read. I couldn't put the book down and I fell in love with all of the characters -- well maybe not with Jasper and company. Thank you again and I look forward to your next book.

  2. I recently read your book. It was recommended to me by a friend. And I can see why. Thank You for writing amazing things. I will recommend to any one in need of a great book!

  3. What a great story, and so well written. All through I enjoyed the writing, it all read like poetry! I've pushed my wife into reading it as well. BTW, found it on Amazon's Kindle site, you're famous!

  4. hi - my daughter says The Mermaid's Sister is the best book she's ever read, and she REALLY wants you to write a sequel!

    -- Jenifer (mother of Sadie)

  5. In the midst of reading your book , okay listening with Kindle Unlimited because with a busy work schedule and home life I only get a chance with my " books " in the car. I found myself her because I was looking for other titles or sequels or something because when I'm done with The Mermaid's Sister I don't want to BE done.

    Great job!! So glad I happened upon your book ....

  6. Hi! I'm just over halfway through reading The Mermaid's Sister (I love it so far) and I was wondering if you could answer a few questions I've been wondering; is the name of Llanfair Mountain inspired by the place in Wales, is it supposed to be located there, or is it a huge coincidence? As a Welsh woman myself, I do love seeing an unexpected nod to my often-overlooked homeland but I promise I won't be offended by any coincidence! If the name was inspired by the Welsh town name, what is your connection to the town, or what inspired you to borrow its name for your story?
    My second question is, what kind of time period is the story set in? From the start I felt comfortable in the assumption it was in a magical realm similar in custom to the Middle Ages but occasional things have been mentioned that have thrown this into question, for example when Clara and O'Neill were told to watch out for trains. Was this deliberate, as a way of creating a universe in ever way, time period and all?
    Sorry for the long-winded comment and the many questions!


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