by Denise Vitola'Thomas Talks to Me' isn't for everyone.
No. Because 'Thomas Talks to Me' is for me. Me, Frank Tuttle, the writer.
The writer who doubts himself. The writer who sits down and is greeted by tiny voices whispering 'No you can't. Why waste your time? you do not have what it takes.'
That's obviously who Denise Vitola wrote this book for. Me. Because how else could she have seen so clearly and with such detail into my life?
Look, if you're a writer, get this book. Heck, if you *know* an author, get this book. You'll understand them better. You'll be better equipped to talk to them. To understand them. To not only see their struggles, but truly sympathize with them.
'Thomas Talks to Me' is written in first person, from the viewpoint of an angel/muse named Thomas to his human author. I knew this before I started reading the book. I thought it was nothing but a clever literary ruse.
Now, people, I know it was anything but.
Five stars, all well earned.
Authors, take a look. You'll be glad you did.
|Title||Thomas Talks to Me|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Cool Well Press|
|File size||1.5 Mb|
|Book rating||5 (5 votes)