Lately, I've been feeling like I'm in a rut. Same old same old. It feels like I need to find a way to swim in a different part of the pond, to change things up a bit. When I look back at the books I've been reading for the last month or two, the rut feeling doesn't really hold … Continue reading Hide and Seek – Lynette Eason
The Hartfield Mysteries book 3 - Two o'Clock Slump - Chautona Havig Alexa Hartfield, beloved mystery writer, lives in the small town of Fairbury and is famous, at home and abroad, for her everyday appearances in a wide array of elaborate and authentic vintage ensembles. The recent arrest and conviction of her best friend, and seamstress extraordinaire, has given her attention of … Continue reading Two o’Clock Slump – Chautona Havig
Personally, I hate this question. I was reminded of this fact a few minutes ago while reading a blog post giving advice to introverts attending writers conferences. One of the suggestions was to ask what are you currently reading as a conversation opener. Generally, I'm speechless when someone uses that question on me....... even when I am in … Continue reading What are you reading?
There are repeat authors on the list this time and only one new one - Tom Threadgill. The regulars are Christy Barritt, Blake Pierce, Margaret Daley and Kristen Heiztmann. They are excellent writers and they often give good deals on their books. Such a great way to acquaint readers with their work. I enjoyed reading the new author's book too, … Continue reading Mystery
I've been reading The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey by Ian Morgan Cron and it's been very enlightening. Another timely book in my life's journey. They tell me Enneagram has not been proven but has been experienced as useful. They also say it is not personality typing in a psychological sense but in … Continue reading Intensity, and Moondust Lake
Here are a few more thriller suggestions for you. Ghost was probably my favorite.... because of the dry humor. I always like a book that will make me laugh out loud. The twists and turns of the story were fun too. Distorted - Christy Barritt ..... Mallory feels like she has been given a second … Continue reading Distorted, and other thrillers
The other day someone asked me if this blog is about writing. It is...... indirectly. I am a novice at writing so have little to offer that would be useful in perfecting a writer's craft. I have thoughts and opinions but nothing I would share. On the other hand, I have much experience as a reader. I've learned … Continue reading Mysteries, and writing