CSFF Blog Tour Day 3: The Vanishing Sculptor, by Donita K. Paul

Wow, Day 3 already! Here are a few things I gleaned about The Vanishing Sculptor from other folks on the tour:

Character Counts – Krysti Kercher noted the strong positive values modeled by many characters in the story, particularly their love and care for each other.

Straight From the Source – Nice interviews with Ms. Paul posted by Rachel Starr Thomson and Karina Fabian. Also, don’t forget to take a peek at the author’s own websites at http://www.donitakpaul.com/  and http://dragonbloggin.blogspot.com/

update: There’s still time to get in on the contest Donita and WaterBrook Press are sponsoring on her website! Details here.

Laughter Doeth the Heart Good Like a MedicineAmy Cruson highights the humor and wordplay sprinkled liberally through the story. Amy, I haven’t forgotten that I owe you a book as the winner of last month’s sweepstakes. Got it picked out, just have to send it.

It’s Not Just UsRobert Treskillard shares a very eloquent review of The Vanishing Sculptor someone posted on Amazon.com.

On a Totally Unrelated NoteJayson Joyner reminded me that I missed National Talk Like a Pirate Day last weekend.  Arrr.

That’s it for this month’s tour. Join us again next month when we figuratively soap up your windows and fling toilet paper through your trees with our review of Eric Wilson’s Haunt of Jackals. I’m already scared.

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3 thoughts on “CSFF Blog Tour Day 3: The Vanishing Sculptor, by Donita K. Paul

  1. Ooooh, I’m shivering in me boots! Arrr. Hand me that roll of toilet paper, hey? We don’t need any fake cobwebs, though (least not where I live. lol)–plenty enough o’ the real McCoy.

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