The review was written by Dan Flaherty, a Red Sox-loving, 40-something American male--proof of the fact that Finding Grace isn't just for teenaged girls! Dan is actually the CatholicMatch.com writer who did articles about two of my sons who met their wives on Catholic Match. He became Facebook friends with them, which then led to him finding out about my book, and the rest, as they say, is...well, it might not really be history--that sounds a bit grand--but how about serendipity? I will always be so grateful to him for taking the time to read and review it. As any Catholic author knows, getting the word out can be difficult, and we can use all the help we can get.
You can read Regina on your computer, flipping the "pages" just as you would a hard copy. Here's what the review looks like on page 12 of the Ireland issue:
God is so very, very good to me. I think I'm going to celebrate this fabulous review by going to see "Million Dollar Arm" with my hubby.
And as we say to our son who shares your name, Dan: you're the man!
P.S. Dan has written a novel about Irish-Americans, too. It's called Fulcrum, and it looks fantastic! Check it out!