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“The Road to San Donato by Robert Cocuzzo is a moving multi-generational American immigrant story. A powerful meditation on the complexities of war, refugee and immigrant experiences.” Wendy Hinman for Foreword Reviews (Read her full review in Foreword Reviews here.) … Continue reading
“The Road to San Donato by Robert Cocuzzo is a moving multi-generational American immigrant story. A powerful meditation on the complexities of war, refugee and immigrant experiences.” Wendy Hinman for Foreword Reviews Read the full review in Foreword Reviews here: … Continue reading
Great news to brighten a rainy week! “This book is the next best thing to going on a seven-year odyssey itself!” Read the review here: https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/tightwads-on-the-loose. Stand by for more news on the audio version of this popular travel adventure.
Wendy Hinman writes book reviews for Foreword and Clarion Reviews. Here’s a link to all her reviews. Among her favorite discoveries: Cooperative Lives by Patrick Finegan A literary novel set in New York City: “Ambitious and sophisticated, Cooperative Lives is … Continue reading
Wendy Hinman’s Sea Trials is featured in this distinguished group of literary voices as part of Libraries Unbound. Find out more about all the great authors featured here: https://guides.lib.uw.edu/c.php?g=887906&p=6382187
Sign up now to win a free set of Wendy Hinman’s books at the Summer Sailstice page. https://www.summersailstice.com/prize/wendy-hinman
Readers’ Favorite Awards ceremony Saturday, November 17 at 6pm at the Regency Hotel in Miami.
“This rollicking, life-embracing memoir of adventure on the high seas is pure, fast-paced reading enjoyment. From one port to the next, there’s plenty of action, good humor, and moments of excitement. Hinman’s sunny enthusiasm for her subject matter and skillful, … Continue reading
“Who hasn’t dreamed of setting out to sea? The romance, the danger, the open waves? Our sponsor this week is Wendy Hinman, who dreamed about it, then did it. Hinman spent seven years on the Pacific Ocean, sharing a tiny … Continue reading