Reading any book is a personal experience, often mysterious and magical, that includes an unmistakable connection between writer and reader.
But readers of Tracy’s new release, a novella Cooper’s Hawk: The Remembering, claim they’re experiencing something much more. We’ve provided a few examples below, but you can read more “aha” moments here!
And…send your Cooper’s Hawk “aha” moment to Tracy (email@example.com), and we’ll share it here with your fellow Cooper’s Hawk readers!
“Willis is a force! I spend my days now asking the questions, What does this mean? and What am I missing?”
“I’m so in love with Willis and Phoebe’s relationship! I’ll never forget, Accept your gifts.”
“I got to the end and thought, What?! What?! No! I had to read the last several pages several times and then I just lost it. Burst into tears. What an emotional release. Now I’m going back to read the whole thing over again!”
“THE most exquisite voice I’ve ever read. It’s as if the words were being recited back to me from the page.”
“The day after I finished the book, a coyote ran alongside my car on the INTERSTATE. I couldn’t believe my eyes. I heard Willis in my head, saying, “What does this mean?” I took note of the direction the coyote ran off toward—south—and pulled over to Google. The message was spot-on. The coyote is a trickster, and I have a woman in my life who has just scammed a whole bunch of us. I wanted to believe she was telling the truth. And south—my childhood. Yep. Brought me back to the first painful time I was tricked by a so-called friend. Willis is right! The answers are right there in front of us all the time if we’ll just WAKE UP!”