The final copies of SING FOR ME came today.
Sometimes you’ve just got to dance.
(Photo credit to my daughter Magdalena. Sound the clarion call!)
And then there was this review from Kirkus, just through the transom:
“A young woman is torn between her church’s principles and her passion for secular music—and a forbidden love—in Schreck’s delicately tuned debut set in Depression-era Chicago . . . Schreck delivers an articulate, well-researched story with an inspirational message about following your dreams; and her passion for the era, its music and her characters is unmistakable Hits all the right notes.”
For the full review, and SING FOR ME spoilers, to boot, feel free to check out: