Words About Cottage for Sale
"This sweetly meandering tale of love will have you wanting
your own cottage, to fill with books and friends!"
~ Susan Hermann Loomis, author of On Rue Tatin
deftly explores the themes of independence, pride
of place and loss
~ The New York Times
was with deep pleasure that I followed Kate Whouley on this fine
adventure of domestic wildness."
~ David Gessner, author of Return of the Osprey
almost Holy Grail quest
~ The Wall Street Journal
I read Cottage for Sale in one sitting! Whouley's saga of
buying and moving a cottage is also a parallel story of independence
and can-do spirit that will make you cheer."
~ Cindy Crosby, author of By Willoway Brook
"That Whouley is a natural born storyteller is evident from
the first page of her book."
~ The Cape Codder
"In taking readers through the her cottage's move across Cape
Cod to be joined to her home, Whouley
guides us through her
own life--a life rich in family, friends (including one of American
literature's most interesting cats), challenges, and personal growth
as beautifully written as any novel and as
revealing and rewarding as the best memoirs."
original and 100% enjoyable."
~ Book-of-the-Month Club News
is so much here you will want to read it twice
a cast of characters
that range from interesting to eccentric, a series of misadventures
that might have come from a comic novel, and a narrative style that
makes you keep turning the pages. It's one of those books in which
the author has taken something personal and made it universal."
a delightful one-sitting read."
~ The AAA Easy BookClub
an engaging saga that should appeal to anyone who has
actually accomplished such a project, or simply longed to do so."
~ Foreword Magazine
pitch-perfect description of both small town life and personal anticipation
in a voice of such good humor and thoughtful humanity
not simply about the marriage of a small house and smaller cottage,
but about the hope we all find in home. I loved Cottage For Sale."
~ Anna Quindlen, Book-of-the-Month Club News
a tale with universal appeal, one that explores human nature and
human endeavor with honesty and compassion."
~ Barnstable Patriot