Sorry! I should have posted this sooner! I want to thank Siobhan from Novelties for tagging me, which was pretty unexpected (I don't have all that many followers, so I didn't think that other bloggers were paying much attention to me, to tell the truth). I’m not totally sure that I have absolutely loved doing … Continue reading TCL’s 2019 Summer Bucket List Book Tag
Book Review for “The Beantown Girls” by Jane Healey. The year is 1944, and Fiona Denning’s fiancé Danny, has been reported missing in action in Germany. Instead of staying home and worrying, she recruits her two best friends from college to join up with the Red Cross to become “Clubmobile Girls,” handing out coffee and … Continue reading War with Doughnuts and Coffee.
I "met" Alma through the usenet message board misc.writing. Although we've never met in person, and Alma writes in a genre that I don't generally read, I have read one book she wrote, together with the man she later married, Deck Deckert, "Letters from the Fire" which was (we believe) the first email epistolary novel ever written!
This new novel on the backdrop of the whirlwind romance between Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco is a sensory delight and an emotive journey!
UPDATE: Thank you all for your support during my time of need. Akismet has stopped marking my comments as spam as of late July 11th! Hurrah! (?) We interrupt our regular programming to bring you the following Public Service Announcement: My Comments on WordPress Blogs are being marked as SPAM! They are NOT! Apparently, … Continue reading A Public Service Announcement…
So... how does an essentially unknown book review blog like this one get the world-famous, international best selling author Joanne Harris to participate in her five little alternative author interview?
From “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak to “Shtum" by Jem Lester. This is a monthly link-up hosted by Kate at Books Are My Favourite and Best. Each month a book is chosen as a starting point and linked to six other books to form a chain. A book doesn’t need to be connected … Continue reading #6Degrees of Separation for July 6, 2019.
Charmian London was the second wife of the highly prolific author, poet, playwright, screenwriter, journalist, and political essayist Jack “Wolf” London. Although only married for 10 years, their relationship was highly publicized and public.
Don't let anyone tell you that indie authors are any less talented than the big name writers putting out their work through high profile publishers, because Jane Davis proves that to be totally wrong.
Judith Kratt has been living in her family home in the small town of Bound South Carolina all her life, and she’s taken care of all that it contains – every piece of furniture, both valuable and worthless.