Review: Journey to Heaven Knows Where

41FL-rVmH0LMonday was the interview with historical romance author Linda Sealy Knowles. Today is a review of one of her books, Journey to Heaven Knows Where. A signed copy of this book will be available for free at Cafe Bienville, Niceville, already registered with Bookcrossing.com and ready to be tracked.

Not one for romances, I hesitated to review Knowle’s first book, Journey to Heaven Knows Where. A local author who has penned an impressive four books in this story line since 2014, Knowles got my attention. I was intrigued.

The story is well written and well edited. While the theme has strong romantic tones, there is an entwined story arc of sisterly love and family loyalty. The characters stand alone and inspire emotional attachment. Having grown up in the west, I can say the tone was pretty authentic. I think anyone that enjoys historical romance will find themselves a fan of this series.

A signed copy of Journey to Heaven Knows Where has been registered with Bookcrossing and is free and up for grabs at Cafe Bienville. You can follow this book’s traveling adventures here.

What is BookCrossing? It’s the World’s Library. It’s a smart social networking site. It’s a celebration of literature and a place where books get new life. BookCrossing is the act of giving a book a unique identity so, as the book is passed from reader to reader, it can be tracked and thus connect its readers. There are currently 1,702,521 BookCrossers and 11,784,422 books travelling throughout 132 countries. Our community is changing the world and touching lives one book at a time.

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About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith's work has been published in several print and online publications, including the “Horror Writers Association's Poetry Showcase” vols. 2-4, “Christmas Lites” vols. 1-6 and the “Where the Stars Rise: Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy” anthology. She has nearly 20 books of speculative fiction and poetry for adults, YAs and children. Her first collection of poetry, “In Favor of Pain,” was nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award.
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