Kirkus Review Counting Wolves Named a “Best Books of 2017” by Kirkus

Kirkus Reviews picked Counting Wolves as one of its “Best Books of 2017.”

This is a first for me—allow me to haul myself off the floor—it’s pretty amazing, surprising, super cool. *breathe* 

The reviews and emails I’ve received for Counting Wolves have been really girding (yup, girding, that’s the best word I think because starting a new book is like deciding what you’re going to do for the next year. You need some girding!) I use Kirkus Reviews (it’s something we Indie authors need to pay for) because I believe the reviews offer real insight and carry weight. I don’t think they name books to these lists lightly and I am grateful to the Kirkus editors for selecting one of mine.

Here’s what they had to say:

“At its core, Stewart’s memorably inventive novel destigmatizes mental illness and sends a message that seeking help can make life better.

A deeply affecting, hard-to-put-down work that depicts a girl’s dark odyssey through obsession toward healing insight.”

Not all my books are created equal, only my intentions are equal. This is my best to date. Stick around if you want to read my favourite; it’s coming soon.

For now, you’ll just have to settle for this one. 🙂 Amazon

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