The second book in my Rise and Shine series has scored a stunning review from Sneha Jaiswal of Abstract AF. Jaiswal variously describes Slip and Slide as being relatable, engaging, and breezy – which I think is fantastic.
One comment in particular stood out for me, and that was her observation of my colloquial storytelling style being ‘like you are in a room having a conversation with a bunch of your own friends.’ I love that.
She also focuses on the foodie aspects of the story, bringing in a great dessert analogy of her own to describe how sometimes it’s fun to treat yourself along the way.
Jaiswal’s review is posted in full on Abstract AF – a space for movies, books, poems, art, love, and travel. And on a side note, I can’t wait to get stuck into her latest novel, Bad Town Kids, which is out now on Amazon (US, IN, UK, CA, AU, etc). It’s described as a coming of age tale set in the 20th century, where social media didn’t complicate lives, but growing up was still as hard. Check it out if that sounds like a bit of you!