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Echoes: From the Heart Inspired by Life and God's Love that Whisper of Yesteryear Paperback – November 13, 2004
Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
Top Customer Reviews
I especially enjoyed Silent Words as it spoke to me about my own relationship with some special individuals. After reading the comment made from another reviewer, I decided to lend my copy to a couple of other people to find out how they felt. One was a lover of poetry and two others learning the writings of poetry, finding most too confusing to understand.
Now this opinion and rating include mine and the three other people and each of us had our special poems we all selected as our favorites but in general, we loved the simplicity of Ms. Shults's writing. She should indeed continue to write and share more of those special memories that will talk to us in different ways.
Not all books are for everyone and that is what makes each book written a special contribution to our literary world. If we did not have Indy or self published Authors, we would not have found some of the very best in history. They all start somewhere.
Thank you Ms. Shults for this contribution to the readers of the world and best of luck to you. You can be proud of your penmanship. I have had the honor to read several of your books and blogs enjoying them all. In many ways this book, Echos takes us on a journey through life allowing us to reflect on our own memories. Well done!!
The review resounded of a person who has a personal vendetta against this author. For whatever reason, comments of this nature should never be allowed and should be handled respectfully face-to-face.
SELF-PUBLISHED "VANTITY-PRESS" ramblings show no
talent; which reveals the author's need to self-publish!!
Her poems describe in words... instead of in descriptive narrative;the mark of a definite amateur of no talent.
Ms. Shults needs to stick to her good looks and leave
the writing to those of true talent.
I rate this book ONE star for there is ONE poem that might
pass the muster. Otherwise, the author has no usable talent; her writing is shallow and without meaningful feeling to the masses. Perhaps her family might understand her poetry. Alas, her leaves need left to family gatherings and spare the masses from redneck ramblings.And $999 is a lot to spend to self-publish such nonsense.