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And The Whippoorwill Sang by Micki Peluso (On Sale for a Limited Time Only)

March 30, 2015






Micki Peluso, a writer and dear friend, out of the State of New York, wrote her first book after her daughter met her untimely death, which was caused by a drunken driver.  However, And The Whippoorwill Sang is more than a book detailing the loss surrounding the  suffering of her family and herself as a mother. It is a short chronicle of the golden age when women’s rights were still practically unacknowledged, and Gloria Steinem was slowly becoming a household word.  The book is witty and filled with wisdom; it is sad, and yet filled with joy.

I have read the book,  and I have re-read certain chapters several times because Micki has a way of putting words on paper that make you laugh even though you may want to cry.

And The Whippoorwill Sang is being offered at a reduced price this week. If you haven’t read it, it is worth the reading. If you have read it, then consider investing in And The Whippoorwill Sang as an Easter gift for someone you think will enjoy it.



Micki Peluso – Member Den

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Pat Garcia

From → Authors, Books

  1. Dear Pat, I’m speechless (and that never happens :)) at the beautiful way you showed my book surrounded by a synopsis that is just perfect. When the word, ‘friend’ was coined, it was meant for people like you. You even ffigured out a buy button. Thank you is not enough but for a language like English with so many synonyms, there are not enough for ‘thank you’.

    You’re the best, my friend,

    Love and blessings,



    • Thank you, Micki. What I wrote deals very much with my own heart attitude that I have toward And The Whippoorwill Sang. It was written by an outstanding author, who just happens to be my friend, and I am thankful that I have had to opportunity to get to know you.



  2. Reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:
    What a great blog post, what an amazing writer – and what a fantastic book. Read about it – you won’t regret, I promise.


    • Thank you Aurora! It was a very pleasant surprise to wake up and see that the post on And The Whippoorwill Sang has been reblogged. I see also that you have read the book, and I agree, it is an amazing book. Between tears of joy and tears of sadness, my heart was deeply imbedded in what I read. It is a book that always warms my heart and strengthens my hope.

      Thank you once again, and I look forward to getting acquainted with you and your writing.


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  3. Great review, Pat, and excellent memoir, Micki. Recently read and reviewed AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG. I rate the outstanding and well-written book as a highly recommended read to readers everywhere! ❤


  4. Reblogged this on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author and commented:
    I’ll be interviewing author Micki Peluso on my blog soon. AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG is an outstanding read that I know readers around the globe will enjoy. ~ Bette A. Stevens


    • Hi,
      You have chosen an outstanding author to interview. Please drop me a line when you interview her. Even though I feel I know her well, there is always something new to discover in this great writer.


      Liked by 1 person

      • Hi, Pat. Thanks for the note; I’ll let you know when Micki’s interview is up on my blog. She is a great writer and although I feel that I know her after reading AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG, as you say, I’m sure looking forward to hearing more from Micki Peluso. Good to hear from you too, my friend. Have a fantastic week! ❤


      • Thank you, Bette. I’ll be looking to hear from you.

        Liked by 1 person

    • My Dear Bette,
      Thank you for the reblogged of And The Whippoorwill Sang, by Micki Peluso. It is a great book and one that I will read again and again.


      Liked by 1 person

      • Delighted to feature Micki and her wonderful book. So happy to find her here on your blog! Happy reading, writing and reviewing, my friend. 🙂


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