Thursday, April 2, 2015

What They're Reading Wednesday

I'm so happy that April's What We're Reading Wednesday link-up went live today!  If you haven't checked it out before, and you love books as much as I do, you should head on over to Housewifespice and see what's shakin'.
I was going to tell you all about the book I'm currently reading (Fulcrum, by Dan Flaherty)--

"an epic blend of Field of Dreams, The Last Hurrah
and The Bells of St. Mary all rolled up into one, and
destined to be a classic of Irish Catholic fiction."
but it was a busy day and blogging had to take a back seat to other more pressing activities.  However, I was thrilled to receive two photos, via texts, from my niece who is a 5th grade teacher in the Midwest and is having her students read Erin's Ring.

 Apparently, Erin's Ring is what these Catholic school kids were reading this Wednesday!

They do seem to like it...(Hope they weren't just April foolin' me!)

Perhaps you, too, would like a copy of Erin's Ring for your very own.  If so, I'm hosting a giveaway here at the blog, in honor of National Library Week (April 12-18, 2015).  I'm giving away one copy of each of my novels.  Just leave me a comment by April 18 and let me know which of the two you'd prefer to win, Erin's Ring or Finding Grace If you'd like to read a synopsis of each story to help you decide, or to check out some of the book reviews that have been posted on Amazon, you can click on the images of the books' covers there on the right-hand side of this page.

Okay, that's it from here.  Now click on over and join Jessica et. al. for more WWRW posts!


  1. Those pics are soooo awesome!!!!

    1. Seeing schoolchildren reading the book is so rewarding--these pictures made my day, that's for sure. I can't wait to go out and meet them in May. :)

  2. That's adorable! How sweet of those kids to pose with the book - I'm sure they didn't want to stop reading!

    1. My niece claims they never want to--that when they have a study hall at the end of the day, they ask if they can keep reading it instead of doing other things.

      Of course, it may help that they know their teacher's aunt wrote it. :) But I still think it's very sweet.

  3. I'd love to read Fulcrum! Thanks for the suggestions!

  4. Erin's Ring; please and thank you!!