It never gets old for me. There is just something about a beautiful review that encourages me to keep writing, reminding that my words do matter. Today I’m sharing 3 new reviews I came across on Amazon for 2 of my books – Words We Carry and Twenty Years: After “I Do”.
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2020
We’re nearly there, at 20 Years after “I Do”, my husband and I.
I enjoyed this book tremendously. Kaye has a sharp sense oh humor, although it brought a tear or two in my eyes.
It takes courage and pride to put your marriage life on paper, a testimony that respect and communication are at the very foundation of any relationship.
Do not take tomorrow for granted, an advise I will gladly follow.
This is the first book I read by Kaye. I discovered an author with a deep understanding and respect for life, in all its aspects.
A poignant read, highly recommended for all ages, irrespective of where they find themselves in their relationship.
Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2020
I wish I’d read this insightful narrative many years ago. Anyone who’ll read D.G. Kaye’s story, I believe, would find something about herself. The kind and “talking with a friend” narrative—not lecturing but a friendly conversation heart-to-heart with us, her readers—prompted me to reflect on myself and admit that there is still a lot of work to do on the way to a happy, self-esteemed person.
Though not a joyous subject, the author tactfully leads the reader to ruminate about herself from the positive point of view. What a wonderful way to learn how not to judge and not to deprecate yourself!
What inspired me—and I trust every single word of the author—is that she tells her own story. Surviving the difficult, denigrating experiences of her childhood and young adult years, she had found a way to restore herself for a happy life. Even more, making it a mission to help her friends and us who got lucky to come across this amazing book.
Would I have a daughter, this book would be my present for her 14th birthday.
I can’t recommend Words We Carry highly enough.