Thank you to Book’d Out Reviews for that lovely quote. And to you, lovely readers…
Welcome to my corner of the country.
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My fourth book hit the shelves on May 1 and already the reviews have been fantastic. I hope to
see your thoughts (if you are so inclined) on Amazon, iTunes, Goodreads, or even your Facebook page. Or maybe you’ll drop me a line.
What reviewers are saying…
hand).” Read in full at Write Note Reviews“Emotive and multi-layered, this is a novel to curl up with (but make sure the tissues are close at
“A family tale full of secrets, regrets, redemption and a twist that even I didn’t see coming.” Read the full review at Duffy the Writer
“McLeod delivers a story packed with pathos, Aussie wit and a great sense of place. The character of Alice (in Season of Shadow and Light) was a hard act to follow, yet through the combination of setting, dual timelines and the blend of secrets held and lies told, McLeod has made The Other Side of the Season an irresistible tale.” Read in full at Rowena Holloway.com
“Stunning writing, spellbinding storytelling, art in all its glory and the message that it’s never too
late to make things right.” Bookgirl, Beauty & Lace
“Jenn J McLeod handles her characters with a very real and genuine respect. A wonderful story of Australian people with a dash of Australian art. Recommended.” Read in full at Kathryn’s Inbox
“…complex with sensitively written contemporary issues regarding identity, family, truth and abuse of children in care gently woven into the multi layered narrative.” Read in full at Reading, Writing & Riesling
“…in my humble opinion it is her best yet! I absolutely loved it. Emotional and heartbreaking.” Brenda Telford. Read in full at Goodreads
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