Reviews & Awards: Winds of Wildfire
”The rarest and most exhilarated encounter a reader can experience is to feel, if only for short moments, in touch with a writer’s mind. To see one’s sentiments partly articulated so precisely, that our own solitude is lifted into a new understanding into a profound connection, is something found only in good writing… Ron Chavez is one of the few writers that make me feel this way. His prose makes me feel a kind of soul-like bond to his characters. He deftly weaves a self-conscious, painful self-awareness, and heart-breaking shared emotions in his storytelling. No hype. No spin. In his poetry he feels close. His subjects feel closer. It all borders on the sublime. He will make you laugh, cry, rage and ultimately leave you with hope.”
19th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards – Category: Mainstream/Literary Fiction
On a scale of 1 to 5: Judge: 43 – Plot: 4 – Grammar: 5 – Character Development: 4 – Production quality and cover design: 4
What did you like best about this book?
The writing sparkles with this author’s passion for understanding the ways of the heart, and his compassion for the human experience with all of its ups and downs. The author paints a vivid portrait of each character’s journey through life; of the joys and travails of putting one’s heart on the line and making oneself vulnerable through the act of giving the heart. The author also inspires with their resiliency in healing and personal growth. The cast of characters encountered on this literary journey is, individually and collectively, certainly strong enough to carry the narrative, which prompts the reader’s interest in wanting to know what will happen next.