A Note About Laurie Graves – Author, Raconteur and Eater of Ice Cream

I referred to Laurie Graves as a “noted author” in a recent post. She, of course, modestly demurred.

Well, apart from her blog, Notes from the Hinterland, she has also written a Young Adult book – Maya and the Book of Everything.

Having searched for those links I now feel a touch of shame that I have fallen behind with her blog, and have not reviewed the book on Amazon. I did review it on this blog, but that didn’t really reach many people compared to reviewing it on Amazon. I really must do better.

According to her latest post Laurie has just completed the first draft of her second Maya novel.

I’m looking forwards to the new book.

So, there you are – I’ve written a note about her. She is now definitely a noted author.

In time she may become well-known, famous, prize-winning or even legendary. Who can tell? But for now, she is definitely a noted author.

🙂

23 thoughts on “A Note About Laurie Graves – Author, Raconteur and Eater of Ice Cream

  1. Pingback: I Have Been Noted | Notes From the Hinterland

    1. quercuscommunity Post author

      Of course you may. I’ll be proud to be seen in such literary company. (And I include Clif in that too – many successful women have fine, supportive husbands, as I constantly tell Julia.)

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  2. Clare Pooley

    I hope Laurie becomes well-known, famous, prize-winning and legendary; in fact, I am sure she will do very well. In the mean time, I am pleased she has become a noted author. I am looking forward to her second novel.

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