Saturday, July 04, 2009

Tuesday Night at the Blue Moon

Winners of the review of the first five pages of their fiction manuscripts on Christine Lindsay's blog were Mary Allen and Debbie Fuller Thomas!

Ironically, I just finished Debbie Fuller Thomas's book Tuesday Night at the Blue Moon.

Tuesday Night at the Blue Moon Tuesday Night at the Blue Moon by Debbie Fuller Thomas


My review


rating: 5 of 5 stars
Fabulous voice and an intriguing story, Debbie does first person POV from two characters to make this an intimate story. Marty Winslow's middle daughter of three dies from a rare genetic disease--which leads to discovering that she was accidently switched as a newborn.



Heartbroken over her daughter's death, and finding out that her "real" daughter is being raised by grandparents after her parents died in a fire, Marty fights to win custody of Andie, her biological daughter. Complications occur with the fact that she's a single, divorced mother living with her father (after her mother's death from breast cancer) and two other daughters with issues of their own.



The emotions are real and the unique two-prong 1st person POV characters of Marty and Andie cause the reader to understand both viewpoints. She does a superb job of tackling both. I look forward to more from this talented author.


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1 comment:

Christine said...

Awesome, Crystal. I'm so glad for the two winners of the draw, Debbie Fuller Thomas and Mary Allen. Congrats to them. And once again, a huge thank you to you, Crystal, for being my guest blogger. My readers loved and were greatly inspired by your story about your mother. Her testimony still goes out beyond the heavens to touch people's hearts. Blessings on you, dear friend.