Pamela Fagan Hutchins is the YA author of the What Doesn't Kill You romantic mysteries, and (possibly) hilarious nonfiction. She is passionate about hiking with her hunky husband and pack of rescue dogs (and an occasional goat and donkey), riding her gigantic horses, experimenting with her Keurig, and traveling in the Bookmobile. I am honored that she read and my Women's Fiction novel, My Own Voice, and posted this review:
I had a feeling I'd enjoy Uvi Poznansky and My Own Voice, but by about halfway through it, I was tugging on my husband's sleeve. "This woman can flat-out tell a story!" (imagine that said in my surprised voice--because I don't say that very often). Uvi took a risk in writing this protagonist as well, because the woman's voice is not polished. It's jarring at first. But the theme of the novel (without any plot spoilers here) turned out to be about her accepting herself (and her speech). I found My Own Voice to be very original—think of it as women's fiction, family drama—and I will definitely pick up another one of Uvi's novels.