Anyway, your first chapter was a real attention grabber (not unlike Galileo's when he proposed that the world was round).
Can't wait for the sequel: "Einstein Meadows - Out to Pasture". The story of two alter cockers crusading to reform their assisted care living residence before they forget for what they're fighting. - Dr. Norm
I can feel the fun Nancy and Ned were having as they created this book. EINSTEIN MEADOWS QUE PASO: Lessons Learned While Letting It All Hang Out is an interesting exploration in genre, mode, medium; and the result is hilarious. I'm not sure if the generational gap between me and the subjects of the stories adds to the humor, but just imagining a retirement community this way and having this much fun somewhat makes me want to join one about 40 years early.
EINSTEIN MEADOWS represents what a self-published book should be -- a place for risks, wild adventures, and the opportunity for something new.
To offer many suggestions for improvement would honestly be to not understand the book. EINSTEIN MEADOWS rejects criticism by being what it is wholeheartedly. This books works so well in its dialog exchanges and dramatic, play-style of storytelling you will be swept up in the characters' tales, eagerly anticipating what lies ahead. I did feel like I was missing something from not having read the original EINSTEIN MEADOWS: The Unspoken Perils & Thrills of Living in a Retirement Community, so I suggest you do.
If I could stop laughing, I would be able to write a review. But seriously . . . I thought I would get a fast paced read. Forget about that. Between laughing so hard and rolling out of my seat, it took me twice as long to get through this belly laughing book. Mazel tov to you both. - Barb M.
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