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Beside the Still Waters Paperback – August 20, 2012
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About the Author
Jacqueline T. Lynch’s novels are available as ebooks and in print. Several of her plays have been published and produced around the U.S., Canada, and one of which, “Child’s Play”, was translated into Dutch and performed several times in the Netherlands. Her drama ONE GOOD TURN premiered as a winner of the 2011 Northern Kentucky University Y.E.S. Festival. Her one-act comedy IN MEMORY OF TRIXIE GAZELLE was chosen as a winner in the 2010 Nor’Eastern Playwright’s Showcase of the Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre in Rutland, Vermont. She has published articles and short fiction in regional and national publications, including the anthology “60 Seconds to Shine: 161 Monologues from Literature” (Smith & Kraus, 2007), North & South, Civil War Magazine, History Magazine, and writes Another Old Movie Blog and New England Travels blog. Website: www.JacquelineTLynch.com Another Old Movie Blog: http://anotheroldmovieblog.blogspot.com/ New England Travels: http://newenglandtravels.blogspot.com/
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There are no sex scenes, and the profanity in the book is relatively mild. I appreciated the fact that these people had morals, and they went to church. However, she expertly showed how things began to change even over the course of the time period covered in the book. I did not feel overly emotional--even when bad things happened--but again, that goes back to the author's writing style. She is a historian, and her book often reads like a textbook. That can be good and bad. I actually feel that reading this book again would be good for me--when I was not up against a deadline. I believe there is much I missed the first time because this is a definitely a multi-level story.
I received this product through Outburst Media in exchange for my honest review.
Thank you, Ms Lynch, for writing 'Beside the Still Waters'. You have brought the 'Drowned Towns' back to life.