Download Epub Format ↠´ Hidden Talents PDF by ñ Erica James

Download Epub Format ↠´ Hidden Talents PDF by ñ Erica James I liked this book very much,i just feel sorry that Victor hadn t had the chance to finish and publish his book,since I m from north west Macedonia it felt kind of personal for me.
Easy to read,loved the characters.
Looking forward to reading another of her books.
Another amazing book by Erica James The first few chapters was quite flat but thank God I read on, and no regrets I love each and every characters in this book Each has their own set of problems but how they came together in a Writing Group A light and easy read.
I wish it doesn t end but all good things must come to an end A beautifully written story with a happy ending Puts me in a good mood reading this book I find it hard to put down the book.
Dulcie Ballantyne Knows That Creative Writers Groups Attract An Unlikely Mix Of People, So When She Starts Up Hidden Talents, She Is Well Prepared For The Assortment Of People She Is Bringing Together Beth King Is Facing Empty Nest Syndrome As Her Only Son, Nathan, Leaves Home For University Jack Solomon, A Local Estate Agent, Is Having Trouble Coming To Terms With The Shock Of His Wife Leaving Him For His Best Friend Jaz Rafferty Is An Intensely Private Year Old Girl Who Writes To Escape Her Large, Boisterous Family Victor Black Is A Know It All, Who Claims To Be Writing The Blockbuster Novel Every Publisher Will Be Clamouring For What They All Have In Common Is A Need To Escape, As Well As A Desire To Keep Their Lives As Private As Possible As They Grow Confident In Their Writing Skills, Friendships Develop, And Gradually They Come To Realize That A Little Openness Isn T Necessarily A Bad Thing I realised I love stories where there are several protagonists Here we get three heroines of different age a teen, a forty something and a lady in her seventies, as well as a man of 35 There are other characters who are also shown in a bit detail, and I enjoyed reading all of their parts The book flows slowly, so it was a good choice for me to immerse in an other universe.
I especially liked the impossibility of Jack s situation it is so truly depicted how he still loves his wife and his old time friend who cheated on him, and how he adores his daughters It was good to see that the author doesn t think she can solve such a difficult situation.
Not bad Not as good as a Maeve Binchy, but not bad If I was looking for something to read and there was an Erica James novel on the shelf I d happily pick it up I thought it dragged a little in places, and occasionally it all seemed a bit wooden, but overall, it was ok.
Characters were nice but I couldn t really connect with them Overall I enjoyed the book, but it took me forever to get through All a bit twee for me and I just wasn t really sure what genre it was going for romance not enough , drama skimmed over , character driven too many of them It was a pleasant story but just seemed to plod along kind of aimlessly.
Brilliant funny light read

Good read I really enjoyed this book Dulcie is an interesting character who does her best to keep her writing group going The book is easy to read and I like the way it s written from the different character s points of view I did feel sorry for the wife involved in Dulcie s affair and wondered why the author fails to show any sympathy towards her Perhaps she has never been in that situation herself in real life.
The part where Dulcie goes to Venice by herself did get a bit tedious and I couldn t feel sorry for her.
I found Victor to be an interesting character but I thought Jess dad and brothers were hard to believe.
They seemed caricatures to me.
Erica James has definitely earned a place now in my comfort reading category Once again, I didn t like this one quite as much as the first one I read Love and Devotion , but I liked it better than Tell it to the Skies I d give it 3 1 2 stars if that were possible As a writing instructor, I liked the writing group frame I also enjoyed the characters and the family relationships There s a niceness about these that contributes to my labelling her as comfort reading The only character that faltered, I thought, was the guy that everyone s had in their writing class, the self important, aspergers spectrum male who won t shut up and is excessively tiresome I felt that she dropped the ball on making him completely believable and sympathetic or giving us real insight

With an insatiable appetite for other people s business, Erica James will readily strike up conversation with strangers in the hope of unearthing a useful gem for her writing She finds it the best way to write authentic characters for her novels, although her two grown up sons claim they will never recover from a childhood spent in a perpetual state of embarrassment at their mother s compulsion.T