Praise For Clay Hats

“There is a quote by Margaret Mead that reads “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” That quote encompasses the heart of this book. Brian and Karen live in what is considered a “rough” neighborhood. Brian is injured on his job and a neighbor he has never met before shows up at just the right time to mow his yard in the summer and shovel his snow in the winter. Brian learns that not everything can be taken at face value and that small acts can make a big difference.” —Carol Pennington More Than a Review

Clay Hats has been awarded the Reader’s Favorite Five Star Seal. Click Here for the full summary and review (Warning: Spoilers in review).

“This novella is a powerful and reflective look at tragedy and acceptance. Wilfredo Gonzalez forces us to look closely at the often-frayed thread that binds and hold a community together. Reminded me very much of Ephesians 4:3 – Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. Characters are sharp and the dialogue is crisp – highly recommended.” —Jon Nakapalau Goodreads

“Very inspiring. Even though I’m not big into overly Christian books, this short novella was way too inspiring to let my aversion to religious overtones get in the way. The message in this is strong: good deeds and caring for others trumps all. Throw in some suspense, some humor, and some tears, and you’ve got a wonderful little read.” —Christi Massey Goodreads

“What a powerful beautiful book…” —Anneliese Grassi Goodreads

“A touching faith-based tale. The setting is realistic and draws you in. I am not one for spiritual fiction, but this one was worth it.” —The Anuk Chronicles Amazon

“A Great Encouragement.” —JK Bailey, author of Zealot Finale

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