Oh yes… it’s another one of my own personal “reader confessions”. 😉 But I think this one is long overdue.
R.L. Mathewson wrote a heartfelt post on my personal Facebook page that had me in tears. And so… I had to tell her (and now you all)…
To R.L. Mathewson:
Okay, I’ll confess how you saved me…
When I wrote that “mini review” of the first book that I had ever read, of yours (a gem I felt like I just lucked-out upon) I couldn’t fully “write” the review, but just had to tell everyone about your books. The reason was, I was heading to Canada that morning. My dad was dying, and I was going to Canada to say goodbye.
I continued to read you… while I stayed with him in his Hospital room. And while he slept, your joyous, REAL characters, kept me company. So you were with me, throughout all of that. <3. I don’t know that I ever told anyone that.
It was R.L. Mathewson that kept me company through a sad moment in my life.
P.S. Here are my reviews from way back then…
- Okay… This Isn’t the Review Just Yet, But I Loved This Book!! Perfection (A Neighbor from Hell) by R.L. Mathewson – 4.5 stars
- Book Review – Playing for Keeps (A Neighbor from Hell Novel) by R.L. Mathewson – 4 stars
- AND!!!!! There’s still time to enter her latest BIG giveaway right here on my blog! ➔ An excerpt of R.L. Mathewson’s “Delectable” + an awesome gift card giveaway right here on the blog!
Now… tell me your most touching “reader confession”. Please? 🙂