Celebrating 25 Amazon Reviews
On 10th October, I was thrilled to receive my 25th review on Amazon for my memoir “Watching The Daisies”
I have never published any of my reviews before on my blog, so this is a first!
“Bought the book and was quite sure I would enjoy it. I was not disappointed.
Had read Brigid’s blog for a while when I bought the book and was quite sure I would enjoy it. I was not disappointed, in fact to the contrary it surpassed my expectations. Her back story is poignant and clearly significantly impacted on the woman she grew to be. She tells the tale in a soft voice which gently steers you through her places. Lovely, lovely and with a heart full of love for those that she cares for. Her journey into healing and ultimately self-healing is fascinating. She does not shun traditional medicine but rather listens intently to the diagnoses whilst simultaneously drawing on her decades of learning many many alternative healing forms. As a travelogue it is rich and varied with moments that echo Elizabeth Gilbert in ” Eat, Pray, Love” mode but her voice is a different voice. I highly recommend this book. I was drawn to buy it for my sister-in-law who suffers with fibromyalgia and the book is now with her. I know she will find much of the practical advice helpful. I know too that the spiritual journey will resonate softly with her. As the whole book did with me.”
Half Baked in Paradise
I would like to say a big thank you to Osyth who wrote this lovely review. She blogs at Half Baked In Paradise
Please call round and say “Hello”. You will not be disappointed.
“Thank you” to everyone who has taken the time and care to read and review my book; I really appreciate your feedback. It also makes a HUGE difference to my author rankings and future sales.
I must add that I had never reviewed any books until I became an author. This year alone I have read and reviewed 41 books; I aim to read 50 books by the end of 2017 for my Goodreads challenge.
All Good Karma!
Brigid P. Gallagher
Memoir: “Watching the Daisies – Life lessons on the Importance of Slow” is available on Amazon and all good online bookstores.
Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/r5GCjaetgZk
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