Hello All,

I’ve taken out my little red horn from its hiding place, and I’m going to blow it just a bit for the new book review of Passage From England that appeared today in The Cosmopolitan Review, which is a transatlantic quarterly with a Polish angle. Here goes my horn, toot-toot, toot-toot.

I’m particularly delighted with this review because the Cosmopolitan heard about Passage independently and contacted me requesting a review copy. And I was very pleased when Marueen Mroczek Morris emailed me a few weeks later that they were going to publish a review in their Fall Issue.

And how is the review? Wonderful, if I do say so myself (toot-toot).

Take a look by clicking the link below. And check out the other interesting articles and book reviews the Cosmopolitan has to offer on a wide range of topics. It’s an informative and unique site.

Passage From England Review

 

2 Responses to New Book Review Of Passage From England

  1. Craig and Judy Chappell says:

    As someone once said “If you’ve done it, it ain’t braggin’!”
    So “toot” your horn and enjoy your well deserved accolades!

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