Write bigger books
I am a student in grade 8 who read all your shiloh books. The first big book I read was Shiloh. Before I read this book I used to absolutely hate books. But once I read your book I discovered that reading is an adventure.First off I would like to congratulate you for having the ability of writing such amazing books. You should be proud of being an author you inspired me and now I love reading. My class has a reading assignment we do every month you read book an right a lot of things about it. So I went to the library and found the newest book of the Shiloh series. Then I read it and I was really amazed. Your book had many words that I found challenging which is absolutely great. But there’s one thing that I did not like about your book, it had to do a lot with religion. One thing that shock me is that their was no spelling errors or grammar errors which is amazing. Did you know that the average is 1 mistake per 50 pages. I think if that you’re ending wasn’t very detailed because I was still wondering if Judd bought the new house. I was also wondering when dad got to finish the new audition but that ok. I heard that this is your last book of the shiloh series so I wanted to know if Marty was ever going to be a vet. So please take my idea into consideration and make one last Shiloh book. You could become a better author by maybe writing bigger books. I think the best book you have ever wrote is Shiloh and that is why you received the award. I hope you read my letter and replay.
I’m so glad you liked “A Shiloh Christmas.” You would probably enjoy the first three books too, because it would show you how the relationship between Marty and Judd developed. I think it is up to you to decide what career Marty chooses, but we all hope that he found a way, perhaps by getting a scholarship, to continue his education and find a vocation that included his love of animals.