Youngest reviewer yet- and probably my favorite review yet! This girl can write, check it out:
“I don’t think there’s a soul that has walked this earth and not wondered what happens after we die, and whether we will get to see our loved ones once we pass on, and that alone made me really love the topic of the book.”
5th review of THE WAITING ROOM, coming all the way from Australia:)
Thanks a million to this wonderful blogger- check out her page!
Fourth review for THE WAITING ROOM: and yes, I will pretend that the “3.5-4 stars” just means 4 😉 Big thanks to this wonderful blogger!
Calling all book bloggers! Where y’all at?
Looking for any and all willing bloggers/reviewers/critics (What do you like to be called?! Geez.) – I’d love to send a copy of my novel, The Waiting Room, to you for consideration!
A little bit about my novel and I (isn’t it cute how we sound like a couple?)
About the author:
Alysha Kaye was born in San Marcos, TX, where she also received her BA in Creative Writing from Texas State University. She worked in marketing for a brief and terrible cubicle-soul-sucking time until she was accepted into Teach for America and promptly moved to Oahu. She taught 7th grade English in Aiea for two years and also received her Masters in Education from University of Hawaii. She now teaches in Austin, TX and tries to squeeze in as much writing as possible between lesson planning. She dreamt about The Waiting Room once, and offhandedly wrote her boyfriend a love poem about waiting for him after death. Somehow, that became a novel.
Summary of The Waiting Room:
Jude and Nina are the epitome of that whole raw, unflinching love thing that most people are jealous of. That is, until Jude dies and wakes up in The Waiting Room, surrounded by other souls who are all waiting to pass over into their next life. But unlike those souls, Jude’s name is never called by the mysterious “receptionist”. He waits, watching Nina out of giant windows. He’s waiting for her. What is this place? How long will he wait? And what will happen when and if Nina does join him? The Waiting Room is a story of not just love, but of faith, predestination, and philosophy, friendship and self-actualization, of waiting.
Shoot me an email if you’re interested!
Let me know where you post reviews- personal blog, GoodReads, Amazon, etc. The Waiting Room should be available for purchase this July.
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