2019 was a wonderful year for reading. I discovered so many good books by new authors, along with old favorites I had to reread. It was hard to choose only a few for my Best Books list, but here they are. For my full reading list for 2019, see my Goodreads page. I hope you'll… Continue reading The Best Books of 2019
I can't believe May is gone already. As usual, I have read a mix of new books and re-read some well-loved books. Here are my favorites: A Note Yet Unsung – Tamera Alexander – Clean romance, historical romance – a beautiful story of love, music, loss, and striving to achieve your dreams -- 5 See… Continue reading Book List for May 2018
Mother's Day Special: Download The Sea Child for Free Today. Go to Amazon Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful women who have made such a difference in my life. Enjoy a good book today. Coming soon: The paperback edition of The Sea Child.
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Coming soon: The paperback edition of The Sea Child -- for all of you who love the feel of paper, the smell of print, and who like to curl up with the actual book.
March has been a busy month. Here are some of the best books I read: 1: The Book of Secrets – by Melissa McShane -- 5 – YA Fantasy-Mystery -- Helena Davies gets a job in a disorganized bookstore, only to discover the owner’s dead body in the basement and to find out that she… Continue reading Book List for March 2018
Book Review: Stone and Spark - by Sibella Giorello: Sibella Giorello goes back in time and gives us a new mystery/suspense series featuring Raleigh Harmon as a teenager. When her best friend, Drew, goes missing, Raleigh is sure that something terrible has happened. However, no one will believe her -- not even the police. Her only ally is a… Continue reading Stone and Spark
Book Review: Tea With The Black Dragon, by R.A. MacAvoy: Martha Macnamara flies out to San Francisco to meet her estranged daughter, Liz, who is in some kind of trouble. When Liz doesn’t show up for their meeting, Martha is left not knowing where to turn. Then the bartender in the luxurious hotel where she… Continue reading Tea with the Black Dragon
Book Review: Told You So, by Kristen Heitzmann. Women's fiction, Romance. Grace Evangeline is a young, popular romance author who dreams of seeing one of her novels adapted for Broadway. So she meets with Devin Bressard, a successful playwright who writes literary, pessimistic plays. When he insults her writing, she throws her sweet tea in… Continue reading Told You So
I've always been a big fan of Sherlock Holmes: his agile mind, razor-sharp whit, cunning deduction, and his ability to ascertain the facts from the most miniscule evidence, all the while accompanied by his kind-hearted, bumbling friend and chronicler, Dr. Watson. I've enjoyed all the different versions of Sherlock Holmes, from the original books by… Continue reading Sherlock Holmes