Hey there! I hope you're bundled up! It's full on winter now, I don't think it's kidding this time. While there's not a lot of snow where I am, I do hear that for the majority of you it's pretty intense. Nothing really you can do but cuddle up with a cup of something hot … Continue reading It’s summer in our hearts
Hello! I hope 2019 has been good so far! For me it's shaping up to be a big year. I have three...3...THREE, book releases this year! First up, as you know, is THE BRIGHTEST STAR: BOOK ONE OF THE REVEL NIGHT SAGA. That drops on February 5th. If you follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Summer is prime time for reading! On the beach, by the lake, snatching a chapter on break at the Dairy Queen, up way past your bedtime (just one more chapter!) Here's what I've been reading this summer. What about you? Any recommendations? Join me on Goodreads for more! Summer Days and Summer Nights Twelve Love … Continue reading Summer Bookworm
Mr. Penumbra's 24 hour Bookstore by Robin Slone A story that joins 21st century tech wunderkids with a 15th century secret society to try a de-code the granddaddy of all code books. One that might hold the secret to eternal life! Clay is an unemployed web designer struggling to get a job in his field. … Continue reading September Bookworm
Julia Child Rules by Karen Karbo "The day before the wedding, Paul and Julia were in a head-on collision with a runaway truck... The next day, they were married anyway. A picture from the happy day shows Paul leaning on a cane and Julia looking slim and feminine in a short-sleeved suit.... The dinner roll-size … Continue reading January Bookworm
Non-fiction this month, not really on purpose, but the theme was entertaining especially since the writers were folks I've enjoyed online. The Bad Cook by Esther Walker: "You may find yourself kneeling by the sofa with your face in the chocolate-smeared seat cushions having a seroius internal tussle over brandishing your get-out-of-dinner-free takeaway card tonight, … Continue reading May Bookworm
1. Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon 2. Turn Right at Machu Picchu by Mark Adams 3. Uncommon Criminals by Ally Carter 4. Calculated In Death by J.D. Robb How about you? Have you read anything good lately? Join me at Goodreads.
PPRINT offers gorgeous artwork painted on vintage book pages. Anastassia Elias makes these fantastic little vignettes in...TP rolls! I KNOW! Right? You have to go by her site and check them all out! Guy Laramee carves wondrous landscape scenes out of books.
The following is in no way a thinly veiled attempt at suggestions for holiday gifts for myself. Heck no! If you just happen to have a daughter, mother, wife, girlfriend, wife, or wife in your life you might want to check these out, Jef. Or you know, whom ever. It's a public service I'm offering … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide For Her
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley