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3 responses to “Threaded by heart and soul, a story of sisterhood love,… Red Thread Sisters by Carol Antoinette Peacock

  1. This sounds such a special book – and thank you, Jorie and Carol, for your insightful interview. The other ‘red thread’ books I know (Grace Lin’s and Xinran’s) are both for younger readers, so it is good to see a YA novel.

    • Thank you, so much for stopping by! :)

      I just found the #KidLitBlogHop today and I wanted to draw attention on this novel as I’ve been tweeting about it every so many months to help draw more readers & families to it’s awareness of being available, however, I felt with my first contribution to the hop itself, this *had!* to be the first book I highlighted because it meant so much to me as a reader and Prospective Adoptive Mum as it did to the author who penned it!

      I am thrilled to bits reading your comment & knowing I helped you find a wicked sweet next read!

      Cheers!

  2. Dear Jorie,
    I am so touched by your words about my book, Red Thread Sisters! You have such deep insight into the story and write about it’s meaning so well, and with your own, deeply held passion. I am really grateful to you for sharing my book with other readers.

    Warmest red-thread wishes,
    Carol Antoinette Peacock

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