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OMG! This was Day 1

With the first day jitters now assuaged, let me share the fab reviews from three wonderful bloggers on my inaugural blog tour for Magic O’Clock and Magical Memories, as organised by Rachel over at Rachel’s Random Resources.

To start with, I’ll just mention that my Twitter feed was overwhelmed by a mass of purple thanks to the blogging community who liked, commented and retweeted throughout the day. I could barely keep up! Such a great problem to have.

Without further ado, here are some of the glorious reviews:

For Magic O’Clock

This is a very short story which tugs at your heartstrings. It is a well-written piece of fiction, but obviously draws from real life, which brought up a lot of memories for me as I read it.

An incredibly powerful, well written and touchingly realistic story.

Magic O’Clock is probably one of the shortest books I’ve read for years but one that packed a punch. Wow.

And, for the recently launched Magical Memories

This is a poignant, fictional story which deals with the emotions associated with losing a loved-one and the grieving process. It is another well-written story, following on from Magic O’Clockwhich had me thinking about the people I have lost and how I and my family have dealt with that.

Again, this story is written sensitively, realistically and exceptionally well and will resonate with most people. Have the tissues handy.

It’s sensitively written with the feelings and emotions beautifully captured within the pages. It’s a book to lose yourself in and to go through the whirlwind that is Magical Memories. The characters despite only scratching the surface of their personalities are brilliantly written and I genuinely got to care for them.

Thank you to the awesome bloggers who gave me such a fantastic start to the week.

Today, the baton passes to

Me and My Books
Mai’s Musings
Ali – The Dragon Slayer

I’ll be back tomorrow with an update 🙂

If you get a chance, please check out these blogs yourself, too.