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Water named a 2019

Foreword Indie


Praise for Water is Wider


“A quirky, charming story about new beginnings in the face of loss and despair, with a heartwarming message and sympathetic characters.” IndieReader, 4.0 rating, IR approved


"This exploration of mother-daughter relationships, biological and otherwise, will resonate with readers of women's fiction." - BookLife Reviews


"An affecting exploration of youth and a poignant meditation on grief, meaning, and family." - Self-Publishing Review


"Those who like some drama...particularly women readers, should find this a largely satisfying tale." - BlueInk Review


"A talented writer with the ability to hold her audience in suspense." - Kirkus Reviews 


"The story was beautifully written...the style of writing is compelling and descriptive. . .
The book was a fast, fun, powerful, and engaging. One reviewer mentioned enchanting, which I couldn't agree more. I am not only pleased with this book, but I am equally happy to have found a new author. Ms. Green McKeon's writing style is what I most prefer to read. It doesn't get off-topic or drag on. It holds your attention from the first page to the last. I go through a lot of books, and it’s sometimes hard to find new authors. The next book on my list is her other novel, A Balm in Gilead. It sounds absolutely amazing." - Amazon January 2020 review, "Loved it!" 5 stars


"From the first lines, you are drawn into the story, until you can't put it down. The characters are fascinating, the storyline fast-moving and interesting, and the writing is excellent. Don't hesitate on this one!" - Amazon December 2019 review, "Enchanting, excellent read," 5 stars





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