We’re nearly there! The very last stop on the blog tour takes A Spoke in the Wheel to Books, Teacup and Reviews, where you can read an excerpt. Yesha will be reviewing the book later in the summer, as well.
Thank you to all the bloggers who have welcomed me – and thank you for joining me on the ride. It’s been fun!
It’s the penultimate day of the blog tour! Today I’ve taken A Spoke in the Wheel to Anne Bonny Book Reviews, where I’ve got a guest post on the subject of writing about disability.
And there’s a review at Odd Socks and Lollipops, where Jenni says,
Polly really made the novel for me, and the way in which she is written is so perfect. As a person who suffers with a chronic illness I could so relate to Polly and her experiences. It was so wonderful to see a disabled character written in the story and not have their narrative be there as a prop or so that they could be miraculously fixed. Instead Kathleen has created a wonderfully well developed character who highlighted both to Ben and the reader then challenge that every day life is for some.
You can read the whole review here.
Today the blog tour takes us to Literary Flits, where Stephanie says,
I read the whole book in a couple of days and actually felt quite bereft at the end when I closed the cover on these friends.
Read the review here.