It’s not too often that you get a heads up before a review is posted but tonight at 11:59 pm Brian Hardin will be posting his review of Isabel Burning over at

I’m pretty excited about this review because Brian seems to be having the same reaction I had when I read the manuscript; no way could this be a first novel! He said it was an ‘experience’ and a ‘journey’ reading the book so I’m really interested to read his take on it but I guess I’ll have to wait a few more hours for that.

In the meantime here’s an interview I did with Donna about the book:

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