After more than a decade of trying to figure out how to get this story out of my head and onto the book pages . . . IT’S FINALLY HERE! It’s such an …
My blog friend Lori has published another book! Congratulations, Lori! I hope you stop by her blog to read up on her latest (and maybe buy it!) Cheers.
Diana Wallace Peach has done it again. She has written a novel that you won’t be able to put down. All the emotions of human nature play their part …
The Necromancer’s Daughter
A new book from D Wallace Peach. Please take a look at the review from Wordsfromanneli. Cheers.
If I could suggest ONE book to read this year, it would be this funny, heartbreaking, and ultimately-affirming trip back to the Sixties. As I said in…
#BookReview of LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY by Bonnie Garmus #feminism #humor
This is an excellent book review from Barb Taub. Thanks for the suggestion, Barb.
After that run of Past Impefects in the last 30 posts, let’s pull something out of the archives to cleanse our palates before moving on… 1. People …
10 Reasons Why John Saul Books Are Just Like Real Life
This send-up of John Saul books from Brian Lageose is terrifically funny. Please visit his blog and enjoy a chuckle or two.
You want adventure, peril, romance, conflict, survival, love, threat, humour, hate, teamwork, isolation and hope of rescue? You’ll find all that, and…
Looking For an Absorbing #Read?
Here’s Stuart’s latest book. I have bought it but haven’t read it yet although my husband has. He thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s available on Amazon. Please visit Stuart’s site for further info.
In the month before Christmas I have marked my novels down to US $.99. This way you can load up your e-reader with five novels to keep you turning …
Please take a look at Anneli’s post if you are interested in some winter break reading bargains. (She also has a great blog!)
It’s been a long slog, but it’s finally done! My latest novel deals with contentious themes and these proved a source of much discussion between me …
The Pleasures and Pains of #Editing.
An interesting post from Stuart on the pleasures and pains of editing a novel. If you’re a writer or planning to publish, you may find this post particularly helpful.
1. Thelma and Bleu Cheese An unhappily-married woman gets fed up with, well, everything, so she hops in a car and decides to just drive places and see what happens. All of her girlfriends have mani-pedi appointments that they don’t dare break, so Thelma is forced to take along a bottle of salad dressing to […]
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