Welcome to Kim Clune’s first review written for The Pagan and the Pen.
Book Review: Crimson Dawn: Hallowed Echoes Volume One of the Dimenlien Chronicles by Myristica
The Pagan and the Pen connects readers with authors, editors and reviewers of the Pagan persuasion within the highly competitive business of fiction and publishing.
I had stumbled upon the blog when a short story collection I had read was reviewed there. After leaving a comment about that book, Unikirja by K. A. Laity, I have since been welcomed into the reviewers’ fold and I am thrilled to be part of such a supportive community.
The reviews I write are voluntary and I receive no compensation beyond a pleasurable read.
After volunteering in a small Ghanaian village during the summer of 2008, Kim Clune recorded her thoughts and shared her images on the Village Volunteers’ blog.
Village Volunteersprovided the tools and connections for my wonderful cultural immersion. It is my hope to continue working closely with them toward sustainable solutions addressing hunger and providing empowerment to those villagers who called me friend while focusing on cultural preservation.
For her full account, read “People of Ghana, Treasured and Unforgettable.”