Book review and author spotlight. The Three Letters by Robert Ruisi



Book Blurb

The Three Letters is a mindful anthology made up of several short stories starting with Three Letters – Which is dedicated to my three daughters; Heather, Janine and Nicole. What more can I say other than, I love you. – Dad


My Review

I loved this book.  It is a collection of short stories which vary in length and theme.  The author’s unique and friendly writing style flows seamlessly throughout the stories.  Every story is complete in itself which means you can dip in and out of the book reading one story at a time and reflecting on it at your leisure.  You will be moved and you will be drawn back into nostalgic memories of your own by the author’s skill in making each story seem personal to the reader.  I would recommend this book to anybody who likes to read a ‘feel good’ story or two.  I find it very difficult to give a star rating to this book as I did find a number of editing errors which Robert accepted and corrected.  I have since discovered that he has credited me as the editor of his new edition, this causes a slight conflict of interest and I wouldn’t want people to think that I was giving a biased review due to my own involvement.  Therefore I will let you decide for yourselves.


Author bio

This is not a traditional author bio but rather Robert Ruisi’s answer to the question “Why do you write?”

Writing for me is an incredible experience. I did not write until after becoming ill with Alzheimer’s Disease. For some unknown reason the disease set me on a course, a course that steered me into writing. I have no idea where the words come from nor do I question it, but I am driven to write, it is barely out of choice I have to and I do not stop writing a story until it is done. Odd how it all works but I am loving it!

I don’t sit around wondering what to write next, It just happens and I do have to write. I have written in several genres one anthology was said to be very Poeish. I was sincerely honored to be mentioned in the same breath as him. All in all I have the most fun writing children’s stories. It is like I am one of the characters playing right along side of everyone else!



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~ by adelesymonds on March 22, 2013.

4 Responses to “Book review and author spotlight. The Three Letters by Robert Ruisi”

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