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  EDITORIAL REVIEWS

Pierre's Choice

"This cautionary tale of love, loss, betrayal, and eventual tragedy is compelling in its ability to engage as well as evoke serious emotions.  The interior monologue exposes the tortured depths of the protagonist's soul, reminding readers of the importance not only of considering our relationships with others as we traverse this earth but also the necessity of being considerate of others' emotional well-being. The unexpected ending will no doubt amaze as well as confound.  Needless to say, this novel will generate much discussion."

Carmen Barclay Subryan Ph.D. Howard University, author of
Connecting With My African Roots

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"A riveting page turner that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Terry gives "caught between a rock and a hard place" a new meaning in this love triangle and romance story. As a registered nurse, I can relate to the vivid, mesmerizing and downright authentic storyline. Get ready for the ride in Terry's must read book that will keep you engaged from the beginning to the end."

— Meron Hailemariam, RN, BSN

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"Something about this book felt so comforting yet heart-rendering to me; I can't help but put myself in the main character's shoes, posing a personality like a Victorian Byronic hero simply trying to find balance, love, and morality within a sea of events and character flaws. The flaws themselves hit home, right smack in the middle of my heart, flaws so relatable yet destructive. Despite being a woman, I could not help but be Pierre in my head throughout my read, and with his ultimate exit from the story, I too felt my momentary exit from reality quite literally."

—Jayden Welch, Assistant Publisher - Writers of the West

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"What starts off as a relatable and predictable, yet grappling story of heartbreak and infidelity soon takes a quick turn into an unprecedented shock factor that has you gripped to the edge of your seat till the very end - truly a memorable ride."

—Ida Mae, Editor - Writers of the West

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Seven Letters to Heaven

 

Faith, hope and courage are virtues every Christian on a spiritual journey with God must have. "Seven Letters to Heaven" confirms this.  This book is not just about communicating with God through letter writing but also, it is a spiritual process of seeking God in one's situation and recognizing His hands at work in one's life; firstly in the means by which God answers one's prayers, and secondly the times when He actually does so.  What is remarkable about this book is that it not only serves as a guide, but also an easy to read spiritual companion.  This is why I would recommend it to anyone searching for a deeper intimacy with God.

—Rev. Basil Aguzie, MSP

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 How does it feel to be desperate...wanting help, waiting for something good to happen, and needing an uplifting hand to clear your difficulties?  Felicita "Terry" Robinson found the solution—reaching out to God by writing her prayers.  By this simple act of faith, she received guidance and solutions to her problems.  God knows our needs but we must first ask [for] His help.  In Matthew 21:22, Jesus said: "...And everything you ask in prayer, believing, you shall receive."  Terry demonstrated her faith, and in this book, illustrates how we also can reap blessings from our Heavenly Father who loves and desires to reward us accordingly.

—Fay Massie, freelance writer and editor

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"Terry has received a marvelous gift from heaven in response to her 'Seven Letters to Heaven' and is now selflessly sharing it with the world. It is our responsibility to further share this gift with others by using our God-given talents. Thank you Terry and it is my intention to use my radio programs to do the same." 

—John Blake, The Caribbean Experience

The Worldbeat Experience, WHUR-FM, 96.3 MHZ

Washington DC

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"The righteous cry out and the Lord hears and delivers them out of all their troubles."—Psalm 34:17

Without a test there is no testimony—Robinson takes us on her personal journey of tests with poems and prayers in her Seven Letters to Heaven.

—Beverley East, author of Reaper of Souls, a novel of the 1957 Kendal Crash


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