It’s very rare that I finish a full-length book in one sitting. It’s even more unlikely when it’s a book I’ve already read, albeit in an earlier draft.
This was a difficult book for me to embrace. In Microphones and Murder, Erin Huss gives us a pair of sisters determined to make it as investigative podcasters. Tired of living life on the sidelines, Liv Olsen gave up everything-her job at the #1 podcast series in the country, her apartment, most of her belongings-to […]
This week’s Friday Favourites theme is Favourite Authors that are New To Me in 2019. Some of these names may seem a little…familiar.
When I think about books that influenced my life, I think of the landmark books. The books that were an accessible introduction to an author or a genre.
My reading habits have changed so much over the past couple of years. I’m starting to refine my preferred genres and find balance with my writing.
I imagine reading new romance novels from new-to-you authors is somewhat like computer dating. For me, Alisha Rai’s The Right Swipe was just that. A swipe to the right.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a Hallowe’en Freebie! I invite you to take a look at my photos of Hallowe’en Pumpkins past.
I was tipped off to this delightful book by some innocent byplay on Twitter. An editor or agent wanted a light read. Someone else, also in the industry, casually remarked, “How about the Vampire Knitting Club?”
In The Vine Witch, Luanne G. Smith builds a magical alternate-universe turn-of-the-century France. The setting is very romantic, but also ambitious.
I love when people recommend books to me. I can get a severe case of tunnel-vision when I deep-dive into a genre or series. Even worse if it’s some sort of potato-chip reading (I’m looking at you, Nora Roberts).