36 thoughts on “Guest Book

  1. Alice says:

    This story resonated with me in so many ways. It triggers lovely memories of days gone by as well as captivating the reader with the present lives of the characters. I appreciated the strong women as well as the strong families portrayed in the book. Love how you made the characters so relatable, Elizabeth.

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  2. Alice says:

    I love this book. Elizabeth has such a mastery of descriptive words, it allows her characters become very real. I thoroiughly enjoyed the time that I spent “in Robin’s nest.”

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    • Elizabeth Sumner Wafler says:

      Dear Mary,

      Thank you for your kind words and for following my website! I am at work on my 2nd novel titled A Faculty Daughter. It is a coming of age story, in turns hilarious and poignant and set in the early 1970s.

      Yours truly,
      Elizabeth Wafler

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  3. Debra Ketchum says:

    I was hooked after reading the first few pages. Elizabeth’s captivating story telling is heartbreaking one minute and stimulating your imagination the next. You can’t put it down. I can’t wait to see the next installment of Robin and Lark’s adventures.

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  4. Pamela T. says:

    Just finished the book. Loved the characters and relationships – of course Robin and Dean, but also the friendship between Robin and Theresa. Recommending your book to friends.

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  5. Joanne V. says:

    Dear Ms. Wafler,

    You are my new favorite author! In Robin’s Nest was a great, satisfying story. Your imagery is wonderful. Can’t wait for your next book.

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    • Elizabeth Sumner Wafler says:

      Dear Joanne,
      What a lovely note. You made my day. My next book is the coming of age story of a girl living with her family on the campus of an all boys’ school in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Look for news of A Faculty Daughter on my site.

      Best, Elizabeth Wafler

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  6. Priscilla Davies says:

    Dear Ms. Wafler,
    I really loved In Robin’s Nest. Your descriptions of people and places put me in every scene. I loved the parts when Lark was growing up, and the parts with Nick. But I was pulling for Robin and Dean the whole time. I can’t wait until your next book comes out.

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    • Elizabeth Sumner Wafler says:

      Dear Ms. Davies,
      Thank you for your great feedback. On of my favorite parts of the story is when Lark asks about her father the first time. I had fun writing the scenes with Nick! Stayed tuned for A Faculty Daughter out this year.
      Yours truly,
      Elizabeth Wafler

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  7. Linda Basile says:

    Elizabeth,
    I haven’t read a book in years. But when I started reading In Robin’s Nest, I could not put it down. It made me feel like I was right there in the story. Your descriptions of the times and people was spot on! I gave the book to my daughter to enjoy and always remember.

    Thank you very much.
    Linda Basile

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  8. Linda Hinson says:

    Elizabeth,
    I received your book In Robin’s Nest this week and I read it immediately. By the end of the first chapter, I couldn’t put it down. The story of Robin, Lark and Dean as told from each viewpoint was beautifully written and compelling. I’m hoping for a sequel with Lark & Ben.
    I will be looking for more books written by you.
    Thanks so much!
    Linda Hinson

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    • Elizabeth Sumner Wafler says:

      Dear Linda,

      You made my day with your kind words. It’s great feedback to hear that Lark and Ben’s relationship resonated with you. Who knows? There could be a sequel at some point!I would so appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to post your comments on Amazon. Stay tuned for my next book, A Faculty Daughter.

      Yours truly,
      Elizabeth Wafler

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  9. Madeline Henry says:

    Hello, Elizabeth,
    I met you and bought your book in Winston Salem. Just got to read it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for a superb story.
    Madeline Henry

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  10. John M. Stephenson says:

    Dear Elizabeth, I am so tickled to read about your success as an author. I’m trying to get in touch with you to get a preferred e-mail address so we can inform you of events planned for our High School Reunion (I won’t say which one in case your fans see this). Please e-mail me with a good contact e-mail address so we can keep you in the loop.

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  11. Caroline Manning says:

    Dear Elizabeth,
    So glad I found your web site and guest book. I loved In Robin’s Nest! The love story, the mother daughter subplots! Scenes when Lark was a child were so tender. I love the way you write with great description – the settings, food, wine. Looking forward to reading your next book!
    Caroline Manning

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  12. Bobby Powell says:

    Hello Elizabeth,
    Congratulations on your success as an author. It is difficult to believe, but our high school reunion is approaching next Spring. Forward me your email so we may include you in all correspondence. I remember how Sabrina and I enjoyed visiting with you and your husband in 2007. I look forward to hearing from you and to hopefully see you next May. Best wishes.
    Bobby Powell

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  13. Ava Delbourgo says:

    Dear Ms. Wafler, I purchased In Robin’s Nest for my Kindle and loved every minute of it. It was great to relive the events of the 70’s with Robin. You wove them into the story so well. Can’t wait for your next book.

    Ava Delbourgo

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  14. Trish Bowles says:

    Dear Elizabeth, when is your next book coming out? In Robins Nest is one of my favorite books. I’ve read it twice!

    Trish Bowles

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  15. Lucy Richardson Wright says:

    Hi, Elizabeth! I just got back from our high school reunion yesterday where I heard that you had written a novel. So today I tracked you down! I bought your novel on Kindle and am really looking forward to reading it. Wish you could have been at the reunion!
    Lucy Richardson Wright

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    • Elizabeth Sumner Wafler says:

      Hi, Lucy!

      How nice to hear from you. Glad the reunion was a success. Our daughter lives in L.A., and we were out there visiting with her. Thank you for purchasing In Robin’s Nest. I hope you enjoy it.

      Hugs, Elizabeth

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  16. maryannlincoln says:

    Elizabeth,
    I Would like to invite you to our bookclub ? Would you be available October 10,17,24, or November 7th at my home. I am so excited for everyone to meet you, to read and enjoy your incredible book . Thank you for considering the invitation with your busy schedule.
    Kindly,
    Maryann Lincoln

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