#Book Review — Tales from the Garden – Sally G. Cronin


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Today I’m sharing my 5 Star Review on Sally Cronin’s latest book, Tales from the Garden. Anyone who knows Sally, knows that she is not only a kind and giving person, but she is also a very talented and creative writer who has published several books. Her latest book here was inspired by the beauty of her garden. Sally will be moving next year and was inspired to write these tales from her garden so she could take them all with her for keepsakes when she no longer has them around her. Here is my review:


Tales of the Garden is an eclectic compilation of home-made fairy tales, brought to life by the author’s interpretation with the fantasy stories created about the statues residing in her garden. Cronin gives life to these characters, complete with descriptions of who they are, what they represent, and their duties.
In this garden you’ll find fairies, royalty, animals, guards, musicians, and even some tales of infidelity, grief, and childhood trauma. Read about the queen who catches the king in the arms of another woman. What will his punishment be?
The brilliance of Cronin’s bringing together tales from centuries ago, combined with stories of mortals who ruled the land, are clever and intriguing. Her stories encompass some of the real-life situations that humans contend with; her statues are no different.
The book concludes with The Duchess’ story – Cronin’s mother. She shares the family background of the home and its inhibitors, where the garden sits, providing the backdrop for the characters who are brought to life in this wonderfully written story. A beautiful read for young and old alike. Note: I was thrilled to have won a copy of this book in a draw for the book launch.


Sally TalesAvailable at Amazon (amongst many other places).

This book would make a beautiful Christmas gift for all ages. The pictures enhance the feeling we get while reading the enchanting stories.

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Other Books by Sally Cronin:
http://www.moyhill.com/sm/ –   Size Matters, especially when you weigh 330lbs
http://www.moyhill.com/jaojg/ – Just an Odd Job Girl – grown up chick lit.
http://www.moyhill.com/ftvpmac/ – Forget the Viagra….Pass me a Carrot  – Men’s health manual.
http://www.moyhill.com/tbtc – Turning Back the Clock – Anti-Aging programme.
http://www.moyhill.com/mttm _ Media Training The Manual – building relationships with local media.
http://www.moyhill.com/fof – Flights of Fancy – Short Story Anthology with a Novella
http://moyhill.com/tales/ -Tales from the Garden – Fairy stories for all ages from five to ninety-five.


DGKaye©December 2015

Book Launch – Tales from the Garden – Fairy Stories by Sally Cronin | Lit World Interviews

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Today I am sharing a reblog of Hugh Roberts article he wrote for Lit World Interviews , in honor of the new #booklaunch for Sally Cronin’s new book, Tales from the Garden. Sally is a dear friend of mine and most of you may know her from the blogosphere. I was going to write my own introduction about this book, but Hugh has summed it up here in excellent fashion.

Book Launch – Tales from the Garden – Fairy Stories by Sally Cronin

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Lit World Interviews is delighted to announce that Tales from the Garden, by Sally Cronin, is now available in Ebook versions with the print copies available shortly.

Sally and husband, David, will be leaving their house and garden at some point in the future and when they put the house on the market, Sally realised that it was not only the sunshine that she would miss. She already had many photographs taken over the last sixteen years and she decided to capture as many aspects of the garden as she could to take with them digitally at least.

As Sally photographed the statues, most far too heavy to take with them, it came to her that some of them had been there at least for 60 years and had seen many changes over that time. Also there was the mystery surrounding the missing dwarves? Just exactly where did they disappear to some nights; when the garden seems to be alive with excitement and you can hear the fluttering of many wings in the air?

Sally wrote the stories weekly on her blog but was so delighted by the response from those who read them, that this became her surprise book of the year. Those that were planned will be released in the New Year . . . Click Here to continue reading.

Amazon UKhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0180Q6CKM

Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0180Q6CKM

Find additional purchases links at the continued post.


Source: Book Launch – Tales from the Garden – Fairy Stories by Sally Cronin | Lit World Interviews


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