Sky Over the Louvre: Library Journal and Foreword gush

“With gorgeous art intermixing beauty and weirdness, the story turns on the capriciousness of both history and art while providing a sense of a time and place where art ranked up there with liberté, égalité, and fraternité for an entire nation. With nudity and mature content; for academic and adult collections.”

Martha Cornog over at Library Journal

And another Library publication, Foreword, chimes in:

“Ultimately, The Sky Over the Louvre is successful on many levels, for many reasons. But chief among them is the fact that it is an engrossing tale of historical fiction that provides readers with rich and varied rewards.”

ForeWord on The Big Kahn

Bright and early, ForeWord, the magazine covering small press for the nation’s libraries, weighs in with  a review of The Big Kahn:

“A story about belief and truth—in gods, marriages, and selves. An interesting addition to all high school, community, and church libraries. Excellent for book clubs and study groups as well.”

And look for articles and interviews coming up in various publications such as HEEB magazine. Buzz at MoCCA as the authors signed a special preview was building!