Faith Blum

Book similarities

The four of us created the world for this series together, but each book would be individual with very different plots.

Then I read Amanda’s book. And kept running into similarities. Nothing super drastic, but some interesting ones. The funny thing is that when Amanda and I met, we got excited when we found things about each other that was different. And not just about our writing, but life things as well.

I thought it would be fun to share some of those similarities. And none of them are too big of spoilers.

  • Lena and Lillian both befriend an elderly person or two and they die towards the end of the novella.
  • Lillian and Lena also both go to the woods to think through their problems.
  • They were both raised by single parents
  • We both mention the economic crash in the first couple of paragraphs.
  • We also started our stories around the same time. Mine starts in Montana that last week of January and hers the same time but in Kentucky.

Have you read either book?

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Blog Tour Schedule

August 18
Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections – Blog Tour intro
A Brighter Destiny – Book Spotlight
In the Bookcase – Book Review
Amanda Tero – Author Interview
Old-Fashioned Book Love – Book Review

August 19
Nook of Grace – Book Review and Author Interview
Jane Mouttet – Book Review

August 20
Clothed with Scarlet – Book Review
Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections – Similarities

August 21
Reviews from the Stacks – Book Review
Christian Author: A.M. Heath – Book Spotlight

August 22
Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections – Blog Tour wrap-up and giveaway winner

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