Goodreads Choice Awards 2018

Wow!! My book “Before, Afdre, and After” is nominated again in the Goodreads Choice Awards 2018?

2018 Goodreads!

… Just kidding πŸ˜‰

Here’s theΒ 10th Annual Goodreads Choice Awards 2018Β 
https://www.goodreads.com/Β 

Vote now!Β  πŸ™‚

 

… The Awards are not sponsored by my book,Β Before, Afdre, and After, but check out my book anyway here:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25480204-before-afdre-and-after?ac=1&from_search=true

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97,278 people read it … !

On my Goodreads author page, CLEARLY written,
“Author Widgets – Help your books get …”

… but I didn’t read the next word, I saw the pic below, so I immediately thought, “97,278 people …” have read my book — WOW!!!! πŸ˜€

Then, I read the first part again fully, “Help your books get more engagement on Goodreads by placing a widget on your site or blog that lets your fans add the book with one easy click.”

Oh … Well, “Before, Afdre, and After – (My stroke … oh what fun)”,
is a must read! πŸ™‚
22 reviewed and/on rated my book (15 on Amazon and 7 on Goodreads)

Here’s one review, by Peggy Brousar
“Wow! Not only did Maureen survive, she thrived. The book gives an honest glimpse into the world of someone who has confronted a life changing, terrifying event. Her daily struggles are detailed in a way that makes you laugh, cry and, most of all, root for her ongoing success. I got so caught up in the story, I could not put the book down. Well written and inspiring.”

Maybe next week it will say, “97,278 people have read Maureen Twomey’sΒ book” … ; )
P.S.: People in this pic, you should read my book too πŸ˜‰

https://www.goodreads.com

My Old Book …

Sally the Snow Girl

Yes, it’s a real book: By Maureen Twomey (when I was in second grade), Edited by Laura Varich

When I was in six grade, my school closed, so you can’t get a copy of this WONDERFUL book. Until I get more print books to sell (haa!), here’s a copy of Sally the Snow Girl,Β onΒ my page:

https://maureentwomey.wordpress.com/old-book/

After the book was published, I was going to go on tour to promote my book, but my parents wouldn’t let me go, because I was still in second grade. Shoot.

(Feel free to write a review)

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