I know that I haven’t blogged recently and please forgive me. First of all, I want to wish everyone a healthy and happy 2010. This year will be special, I can feel it. Please take the time to pray that the people of Haiti will come back from this horrific tragedy and give what you can monetarily. We’re an incredible giving country. I’m proud to be a citizen of this great nation.
I want to thank Lynne Berger, a talented writer that I have admired for ages, for her heartfelt review of my novel. When I started to write “When I Remember Love,” I never thought that the book would ever be finished, much less entertain and impact so many people’s lives. I feel blessed that God gave me the talent to use my voice through my writing. Please read Lynne’s review that I have posted below, and I want to thank her from the bottom of my heart.
“WHEN I REMEMBER LOVE,’ A NOVEL BY TRISH SILVER
This is an exciting romantic novel, by Trish Silver, a fabulous
new author who weaves an endearing and timeless love story. Ms. Silver
is an insider in the entertainment business, and she offers an
insightful look at what life is truly like for a reality singing superstar
after the final performance. Despite the trials of fame, fortune and
personal tragedy, the story embodies a truth that reaches the hearts
and souls of readers because in the final analysis, love is all that
Ms. Silver is a natural born story-teller whose unabashed look at
life is brilliant and insightful, and her story is a page turner
written with a note of magic as well as a dose of inspiration for
those contemplating a serious relationship.
She especially describes sex in marriage as a gift to be enjoyed
rather than something to be tolerated, taken for granted, or gotten
over with quickly. This delightful and entertaining story is written
with the honest intention of helping those who are considering
marriage. It is both hot and sexy as well as provocative and
intelligent. It also provides a thoughtful look at what’s necessary to
achieve true marital bliss. It could very well serve as a primer for
marriage, aptly entitled Marriage 101!
Lynne Berger is a journalist and free-lance writer, and the former
founder and director of The Enchanted Forest Children’s Theatre and
Learning Center in Tarzana, California.