Review: The Black Swan Inheritance By Marigold Deidre Dicer

So, I Read This Book Today

23635267Books often reveal the personality of their authors. How can they not? The author pulls the characters and worlds straight from their brains and their hearts. If the author is basically a nice person it shines through their work. If not, well, I can usually tell.

Marigold Deidre Dicer (Sarah to her friends) is a truly wonderful person. She is kind, considerate, dedicated, all the things you want in a friend. And I have been happy to get to know her over the past several months, first as a compatriot in the ‘blogosphere’ and later as her editor for The Black Swan Inheritance. Now, if I could just travel to Australia to give her a hug, how great would that be?

The Black Swan Inheritance is an urban fantasy, true. But it is more than that. It is a story that incorporates the fantasy world, but wraps it around a…

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5 thoughts on “Review: The Black Swan Inheritance By Marigold Deidre Dicer

  1. I’ve long thought what you say so well in this post: authors of fiction reveal themselves through the characters and worlds they create; and, like you, I prefer the nice ones! I enjoyed your review and your description of how easy it is to becomes friends with folks in blogland.

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