A Tiny Candle

“Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.”

― Anne Frank

8 thoughts on “A Tiny Candle

  1. Hi, Back in April or May you reviewed my novel, “The Golden Peacock.” It was a refreshingly honest and in-depth review. Since then, I wrote the second book in what has become a series with the same protagonist (Rainee Allen). You wrote: “While I said earlier that the plot was excellent, there were two brief scenes that added nothing to the plot. First, the scene early in the story on the plane, where Rainee confesses to Shelley that she had a child in college and the father took the baby away to raise him. She suffers from regret because of this. It adds absolutely nothing to the plot and is not mentioned for the rest of the book. Why include a scene of intense trauma when it is ignored for the rest of the story?” In fact, this next book, “The Verona Exchange” involves the son Rainee gave up, which was actually my intention from the beginning. I would love it if you would consider reviewing this second novel. Here is a Smashwords link to download it: If you want to peak at the novel, it’s on Goodreads (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/41116249-the-verona-exchange) and Amazon (amzn.to/2NuYjrH ).

    Much appreciated, Lauren B. Grossman

    P.S. I am currently writing the next Rainee Allen mystery which takes place in Prague. This woman gets around!

    “The Verona Exchange, a Rainee Allen mystery” “The Golden Peacock, a Rainee Allen mystery ” “Once in Every Generation” http://www.laurenbgrossman.com http://www.facebook.com/lauren.grossman1 Twitter: @peacock10

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