This is the post that should have gone up on Sunday. I run myself ragged and can’t always meet my deadlines. Guess that makes me a real, honest writer. As Douglas Adams said, I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by. Let’s just jump into the books and the one movie for April through May. So far.
Continue reading “May Tweet What You Read”
Just finishing up listening to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (If you haven’t read this and you love Romance, please do yourself a favor and read or listen to it unabridged) and sat in on a group of Regency writers who discussed the choices women had in the days of balls and social strictures. Women in the Regency era had few avenues to take to independence. Pride and Prejudice certainly touches a lot of points where things have gone terribly wrong or where things worked out. Continue reading “No Wonder Lydia Bennet Eloped”
I’m including audio books and movies in this report because I make the rules, so there. And I live in the stories no matter how I absorb them. So let’s begin, shall we? Continue reading “November Tweet What You Read!”
I have been busy in September so my reading has suffered but I still have things to share. (You should know that about me by now!) Not a single Romance on my list this time, either. Sheesh, what is the matter with me? Continue reading “Tweet What You Read!”
Authors live by reviews of their books and one may get more of those by spreading the word about a good book. So once a month or so, I will be blogging about what I have read and then Twitter will pick it up because unlike Facebook, they are not retarded. Continue reading “Tweet What You Read”
My book club chose the topic of Cowboy Fantasy for our August Book selection. To my surprise, a pretty good field of candidates was put forth. We voted and the winner was Territory by Emma Bull. I got the book loaded on my phone and started right in. Continue reading “Leave Them Wanting More”
You are no doubt unsurprised by the fact that I have a stack of books I mean to go on Amazon or Goodreads or both and post a review. Why haven’t I? Well, there are baby birds to feed and a house to clean and laundry to do and, oh yeah, writing to catch up with. Sheesh. Continue reading “Tweet What You Read”