THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS
An unusual yet much recommended read, November 6, 2011
By Midwest Book ReviewThis review is from: The Bridge of Deaths (Paperback)
What happens in the moments leading up to disaster? "The Bridge of Deaths" follows the story of a true life event of a plane crash shortly before World War II of an international meeting of many individuals. Compiling a work of intrigue based on those who lost their lives and what they may have been seeking, "The Bridge of Deaths' is an unusual yet much recommended read.
"Thank you for the warm welcome to Book Blogs. While I enjoy history, it is not the genre for my book. My current book is my memoir; a story of self-discovery, of grieving and healing, and of growing. I invite you to follow me on Twitter…"
Thank you for the warm welcome to Book Blogs. While I enjoy history, it is not the genre for my book. My current book is my memoir; a story of self-discovery, of grieving and healing, and of growing. I invite you to follow me on Twitter @leighvozzella and to check out my book on Amazon. I'm planning a virtual book tour for the early 2015 and would love it if you would be one of the stops along my tour.
Thanks for welcoming me to the Book Blogs Community by posting on my page! :-)
Since I was 9 years old, I have had dreams of being a poet, a writer, a performer and an author. It is with a heavy heart that I'm publishing my first book in the absence of both my mother and my sister, two people who have motivated and shaped my drive and perseverance. My accomplishments don't mean the same without them here to share this beautiful moment with...it is in honor of their lives that I share my inner most passion with the rest of the world.
This book is about the realities of struggle and resistance and revolution because the struggle continues for those of us still fighting for liberation. I hope that the messages ring true to those who share the experiences and shed light for those who don't.
Thank you for your welcome message. I look forward to connecting and getting to know more about Book Blogs. Your book sounds great. You said you write historical also. I'm writing a series on American History called, Colonial Cats.
Thank you for the welcome message, Catalina. I hope I get to discover great writers here. I'm still trying to figure out how this site works...lol. I guess it's only a question of time before I find my way around. I would love to network with other authors and promote their books, if possible.
Thanks! I'm brand new to this medium as I've spent most of my time growing on Facebook and Twitter. I'm spending time now reaching out into areas where I don't have to worry about some corporate giant controlling the reach of my voice. Glad to make your acquaintance!
We are neighbors! You're not far from where we have our convention, either. Check us out--www.sfse2015.com. We're always adding guests and events. And keep in touch. my review site is www.dirtylittlebookers.com if you or anyone wants to submit. Thanks for the welcome!
Catalina, thanks for the info. I am new to all of this so... lol. Yes I would be interested in a spotlight/book stop. What do I need to do next? Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated. I am also emailing you this information.
Hello and thank you for the warm welcome! I checked out the book trailer and the summary on Amazon and think it sounds quite fascinating. I currently feature a top authors and new authors I am loving section on my blog; as well as, any reviews that I complete as I finish books. If you are looking for more reviews or any beta readers please keep me in mind:)
Many thanks for the warm welcome. The Bridge of Deaths sounds very interesting. I have a keen interest in history so I will add it to my reading list. I'm keen to help cross promote, but fully admit I'm a newbie to publicity, so if you have any suggestions for things I can do to help, I'm all ears.