The Lonely Parrot: Not Lonely Anymore

Just look at that face!  That’s JoJo, the inspiration of the children’s book The Lonely Parrot, which  recently won a coveted IPPY award, but more importantly has won the hearts of readers everywhere.  Or maybe it’s JoJo who is the biggest winner of all?  Just look at these reviews!!

BOOK REVIEWS

Through our exclusive publishing service, thewordverve is proud to present this magnificent children’s book by Lisa Kelley.

Expounding the virtues of responsible pet care and tenderly portraying the importance of positive social interaction in our feathered friends, Lisa not only entertains us, but educates us.  This combination, along with the beautiful artwork by Charles Akins, undoubtedly will continue to catapult this book to the top of the charts, where it truly belongs.

Hot hot hot.  Available through all digital outlets, including the biggies Amazon and Kobo, and in print format by ordering directly through www.thelonelyparrot.net.  (The website is as fun to read as the book!)

You can also purchase the book through her publisher: www.thewordverve.com/the-lonely-parrot/

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“Forgiving Waters” One Cool Drink

Be still, my heart. The book is released and doing well. Congratulations to former Marine and new author, Kenneth Capps. He reached for the stars and found them with this first novel, Forgiving Waters.

Who wouldn’t love the story of an ol’ cowboy with a soft heart, fighting the ghosts of his steely upbringing when racial boundaries were accepted and expected. In his 70s, cowboy Bo Kelso finds his peace through the most unlikely of suspects: two young fisherboys, plodding along his farmland to fish in the many watering holes on the property — one black, one white.

And more, this story goes beyond race, beyond black and white, to show us the brilliant colors in laughter, compassion, and forgiving.

It is definitely a Book with Verve and is now a fixture on my Favorites shelf.

~~ Janet Green, Wordshaper

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