Canadian author, editor, filmmaker, and book-blogger Paul Sean Grieve has posted a review of Breathing for Two on his website: Sean Paul Grieve.

Grieve gave Breathing for Two 4.5 stars, and wrote:

Breathing for Two is a work of hauntingly beautiful prose, deftly weaving elements of medical history, human anatomy, mythology and etymology into an indelibly suspenseful narrative that had me biting my nails.

In an evolving literary environment where more and more authors are choosing to publish independently, book bloggers such as Grieve play a key role in calling attention to new work. Authors can submit their books to bloggers, or (as in this instance) bloggers proactively scour the web to find material that calls to them.

Wolf Pascoe comments:

Grieve is a thoughtful and perceptive reviewer and I learned something about my own book from his piece. I’m very pleased to be included on his site with other respected independents such as Roz Morris, JF Penn, and KK Rusch. If you like good books and want ways to navigate the current flood of published work, check out the reviews on Paul’s blog.

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