Reverberation, The Novel, is a story of love and friendship, greed and survival set amid the changing social, religious and philosophical mores of early nineteenth-century America.

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  1. vb, all the best to you and yours in 2014! Hope to see you around a bit more and also hope that all’s well.


  2. Linda Vernon says:

    Vb, congratulations on your novel! It’s an amazing cover!

  3. Congrats, vb. I will check it out. Good luck with the marketing part…that’s the worst part, for me.

  4. Brian Miller says:

    nice…congrats on the new cover…
    how have you been?

    • vbholmes says:

      Unfortunately, busy. Just read your post and am so glad you decided to keep dVerse going. I must admit, I don’t know how you and Claudia write for each post, comment on everyone’s poetry and work full time. Boggles my mind. Hope cutting back a bit makes it easier as dVerse is a wonderful writing community. Many thanks for all your work.

  5. claudia says:

    it looks nice… love the colors… and re you comment above… somedays i dunno as well how i make it.. ha…i need lots of spinach you know…like popeye…smiles

  6. Eric Alagan says:

    Congratulations, VB – I tweeted this 🙂

  7. ManicDdaily says:

    cool cover–all the best with your book! k.

  8. vbholmes says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Karin!

  9. Congratulations on your book! And thanks for your fun contribution to this week’s Limerick-Off. I hope you’ll be a frequent participant!

  10. vbholmes says:

    Thanks, Madeleine–I’m a lyrical limerick lover at heart.

  11. I guest posted you and book this week. Have you seen ?

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