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2 responses to “Blog Book Tour | “Rodin’s Lover” by Heather Webb An introspective historical fiction set around Rodin & Camille Claudel! Passionately attune to art history & the attachments of the heart.

  1. Another comprehensive blog post about a great book – Jorie, you’re amazing! I looking forward to reading Heather Webb’s book. It’s receiving great coverage and reviews right now – I know it must be an exciting time for Heather. Don’t you just LOVE being in the book world? So much excitement and a lifetime of neverending stories. It’s just perfect.

    Thank you for linking this book coverage to the Hump Day Blog Hop. Always the last Wednesday of the month, always a good time.

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms Valarie,

      You’ve truly blessed me with your beautiful commentary on my blogging style and the way in which I articulate my ruminative thoughts on the stories I am reviewing! I regret I wasn’t able to share my gratitude a bit sooner than now. I do, actually – I love the inertia of excitement about being actively involved in book world because of how passionate I am about stories and the authors who write them. In more recent years, I’ve started to get into Autobiographies, Memoirs and Biographies as well as topics in Science and other STEM areas of interest – to where I am also shifting towards re-balancing my readerly life between Fiction, Non-Fiction and Poetry (as I added Poetry within the first few years of being a book blogger) – I truly feel blessed for being a part of this part of the publishing world. It has offered a unique perspective and as a writer and poet myself, I know it will help me greatly in the future for what I have learnt as a blogger and socially engaged reader on Twitter. Both on my personal / blog feeds @joriestory and my outreach for Romance, Women’s Fiction and Feminist Lit via @SatBookChat.

      Being able to follow Ms Webb’s career from her debut novel to her latest release and even her Independently published re-telling of Phantom of the Opera has truly been a special part of my memories and journey as a book blogger. Being able to link to blogs like yours along the route of this journey I’ve taken has been a pleasure of joy. I was grateful our paths had crossed and I noticed this week you are now releasing your own stories. Don’t be surprised if I might be in touch about those and I am thankful the years have been kind to you and kept you as a shining light to those of us who’ve had the chance to interact with you.

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