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Latest Reviews on My Year as a Clown

newsMore on My Year as a Clown:

I enjoyed the true honesty of My Year As A Clown and highly recommend Williams novel.

A book and a latte

Keeps you wondering what Chuck will do next . . . had me wanting to continue and had me thinking deeply about many of the things that happened to him . . .

A Book Lover’s Library

I enjoyed the journey and it really made me think about myself and what I would do in a similar situation. Even though I’m a chick and he’s a male, I still found myself connecting to him . . . I would recommend this to those who like people stories and for those that need a good shake up in their readings.

Carol Rae’s Random Ramblings

 

Previously Posted Reviews

Here’s what Teddy Rose said about My Year as a Clown:

Robert Steven Williams takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster as we follow Chuck for a year.  His writing is raw and at times profound…I highly recommend My Year As a Clown!

And here’s what Joy at Joy Story said:

. . . the humor sometimes gentle and subtle, reached ROFL proportions at times . . . There were a number of eccentric characters that stay with me months later as memories that get confused with memories of someone I once knew.  Not that I’m confusing the characters with someone I ever knew but that when something triggers a vague memory of them I’m at first searching my memories of real people from my past for them before it dawns on me they were characters in a novel.  Which is high marks for the author.

Here’s a guest post I wrote for A Book Lover’s Library.

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Reviews on My Year as a Clown

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Here’s what Teddy Rose said about My Year as a Clown:

Robert Steven Williams takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster as we follow Chuck for a year.  His writing is raw and at times profound…I highly recommend My Year As a Clown!

And here’s what Joy at Joy Story said:

. . . the humor sometimes gentle and subtle, reached ROFL proportions at times . . . There were a number of eccentric characters that stay with me months later as memories that get confused with memories of someone I once knew.  Not that I’m confusing the characters with someone I ever knew but that when something triggers a vague memory of them I’m at first searching my memories of real people from my past for them before it dawns on me they were characters in a novel.  Which is high marks for the author.

Here’s a guest post I wrote for A Book Lover’s Library.

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Virtual Book Tour Starts June 20th

Had a great review from the Gorge News Center in the Portland, Oregon area last week.

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And coming up, I’ll be making the rounds at a few websites  as part of a Virtual Book Tour. Here’s the schedule:

June 20: Teddy So Many Precious Books

June 25: Melissa’s Midnight Musings:                                                 

June 26: Joy Story

June 27: Rebecca Book Lover’s Library

July 1: Brianna A Book & a Lattee

July 3: Carole Rae’s Random Ramblings

 

 

Silver Medal Winner for Popular Fiction

Mary and Me at the IPPY awards May 29, 2013. My Year as a Clown won the silver medal for popular fiction.

Mary and Me at the IPPY awards May 29, 2013. My Year as a Clown won the silver medal for popular fiction.

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