Posts tagged #Essie's Roses

A New Year for ESSIE'S ROSES

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Yes, it’s here. It is always a bit strange having my birthday on New Year's Day. Fun too! To my fellow New Year’s babies: Happy Birthday! To all of my friends, you have given me a wonderful gift for my birthday and new year: Essie’s Roses continues to be an Amazon bestseller. Thank you. I absolutely need and treasure your support. You have and continue to make a difference.

Give the Gift of Reading

Give the gift of reading! 2015 Readers’ Favorite silver medal winner for best Southern fiction! ESSIE’S ROSES is a heartfelt, historical novel available in hardcover, paperback, and as an eBook on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, and wherever books and eBooks are sold.

Thank you for telling me you are sharing Essie's Roses with your family and friends this holiday season. Happy Holidays!

Thankful for You

Thank you for saying yes to ESSIE'S ROSES, and sharing its story of love and freedom. -Michelle Muriel. I cannot believe summer is over, fall is here, and the holidays have begun! I am not simply thankful because it is the Thanksgiving holiday. I am truly thankful, during every step of this journey, for you. I will continue to be genuinely grateful for all of your support.

Posted on November 18, 2015 and filed under Holidays.

ESSIE'S ROSES - Readers' Favorite Book Award Winner!

Readers’ Favorite Book Award Winner
2015 Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal Winner Fiction - Southern

Thank you to Readers’ Favorite for selecting Essie’s Roses as a 2015 Book Award Winner! Essie’s Roses was awarded the silver medal for best Southern fiction novel.

Midwest Book Review: Review of ESSIE'S ROSES

WOW! Another SUPER editorial review! Thank you to the Midwest Book Review for featuring Essie’s Roses in the August 2015 issue of your book review publication Small Press Bookwatch.

“Impressively well written from beginning to end, Essie's Roses is an inherently absorbing and skillfully presented read, establishing author Michelle Muriel as an exceptionally talented novelist. Certain to be an enduringly popular addition to community library General Fiction collections.” -Midwest Book Review