Word cloud

SInce Song of the Sea God came out it’s been compared to all kinds of work by other writers, as well as to movies, TV shows and so on – here are some of those comparisons as a word cloud.

Donโ€™t forget if you get a moment to take a look at my book Song of the Sea God. You can read full reviews, look inside to read the first few pages free and download a free Kindle sample for UK readers here. And for readers in the USA here.

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8 thoughts on “Word cloud

    • Already caught up with you on Facebook on this one Carol – but I predict a little ripple of these on writer’s blogs – and I’m sure I shall receive my reward in heaven ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Hmm yeah – if only I’d spell checked T.S Eliot! There is quite a wide range and I like that – I can see that everything people mentioned is in the mix – but in the end, it has its own voice, no one else’s ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. It’s funny seeing what people take away from a work. It definitely has made me curious to see just what Song of the sea god is about. You’ve hooked me now, sir! I too now want to read it and want a word cloud of my own! Of course, I’m not published so don’t know if it would help.

    • Thanks Jim ๐Ÿ™‚ let me know what you think of it – maybe some more to add to the cloud! If your books not out yet it might be difficult to do a word cloud quite like this one – but you could do one based on your influences for example.

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