01-12-2010 10:52 AM
We always hear "Write what you know" and you did and that's what makes this book so wonderful. It has eternal themes that touch us all and great hope for humankind. Thanks and please write more good novels that open our minds, senses, and hearts.
01-12-2010 04:44 PM
Wow. just viewed the video. It was amazing. Great insight from Joseph Monninger about his thoughts on love and nature and this story! Thanks so much!
01-14-2010 10:21 AM
what a terrific video indeed! you are making me miss New England, Joseph. (My family is from Maine, I grew up in CT, and I spent a few summers in NH.)
I am enjoying the book thus far and seeing this video and getting your insight makes it even better. Thank you.
01-18-2010 10:15 AM
Thank you for this wonderful video. It was great to hear about the author's insights about the book and his sharing of his life with his wife Wendy and their dog. I am enjoying the book and the characters seem real.
01-23-2010 05:59 PM
Great to see this! You write with the same tempo as you speak. I took special interest in you descriptions and symbolism of the river as you paddled along. Your love of nature certainly comes through in this magnificent book.
01-24-2010 03:43 PM
Wow, thanks Paul for sharing this video. I really love to see the area the author lives and even the author itself. Also loved the last part on Love and how he shared the wedding poem/chant. Publishing in February the month of Valentines day seems appropriate now because the story isn't of death and sadness but of love. Great one! Thanks again.
01-24-2010 10:55 PM
I decided to watch this video after reading the novel. Thank you for giving us an intimate look into your lifestyle. The images were similar to what I imagined the cabin on the river would be like. Even your choice of food reminds me of the couple offering simple but tasty food to Cobb and Mary. Thank you for this sneak peek!
01-29-2010 07:03 PM
I also saved the video until I finished the book. Just finished and just watched the video. Thank you, Joseph. I will remember your book.