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Listen to this gorgeous piece by musician Zade, called Amman.
I listened to it about a thousand times while writing Petra!
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Tracy, I’m actually speechless. but I’ll try to get my thoughts together. I just finished PETRA! I never thought I’d read anything other than Rivers, Hunt, Hoff, Cavanaugh, and Thoene (with whom I began my marathon series’ and you know how far back that goes). Every series of all! Who is the author of the Acadia series? Tracy, I’m so thankful to have found you and your style. A priceless part of your composition is the many times Cassia’s thoughts turn from comfort to crisis! And Hagiru, she’s a wishy, washy witch stretching her powers in vain. In the final chapters, when the circle turned outward, the Power of our Living God proved Himself to the people of the Way and they were not just willing, but boldly they moved through the sulfur and the dark powers and the demons. Oh, to be moved by His powerful purpose when evil abounds. I’ve gone way beyond with my thoughts, but one more thing. . . My sister just ordered and received SHADOW OF COLOSSUS and GUARDIAN OF THE FLAME. We’re 1,000 miles apart but we share our books always! And discuss those wonderful characters. One more thing. . . My sister’s good friend (all of us in our late 60′s, early 70′s), found out her niece was an ‘author’. She’s not a reader but told Linda to try them. We were Skeptable! No more! Meanwhile, tonight I’ll be starting CITY OF THE DEAD. Doubt you can top PETRA! lol
Hi Marilyn, Finally getting to thanking you for this lovely comment. I’m really glad you enjoyed Petra! Thanks for your powerful words!
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