No Grits No Glory

Wow!  Calloway just makes sense!  She has it nailed.  There has to be a reason why she knows the intricacies of dealing with the deceased.  She knows to much and it's delightful.

No Grits No Glory

Seriously, our protagonist could very well have been me.  She's an empath.  She works in a funeral home and she begins hearing the deceased at a tender 15-years-of-age.  We never pursued our funerary interests as we knew that we couldn't handle it.  However, we seriously thought about it. 

And finally, "People dismiss (her) as strange."  Seriously.  We don't even know Elaine Calloway.  Do we?  Main character Brianna has a dog named Plato.  Your gentle writer once had a Chow, named Mao.  The similarities are weird. 

We don't normally care for fiction.  But, Calloway is different.  She's easy to read.  Sentence and paragraph length are varied enough to keep the reader's attention.  Verbosity is not an issue.  Her characters have depth. 

If this is your genre, you gotta give it a chance.  Even if it's not your genre, but you are open enough to consider reaching past your norms, this is good reading!  Plus, reading by the light of Kindle is affordable, particularly if that Kindle is online.

Author: Elaine Calloway
File Size: 2069 KB
Print Length: 431 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: The Writers Canvas, LLC (October 1, 2014)
Publication Date: October 1, 2014
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English

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