October 3, 2014

I grew up reading both Cookson and Holt from a young age.  I have literally read all of their books, some twice. They were, without a doubt (and along with Phyllis Whitney) my favorite authors as a high school teen and beyond. Holt’s ability to create a world of gothic...

October 3, 2014

I have a special treat today! I am hosting author Amber Schamel. Her new release, The Messiah’s Sign, is scheduled for release October 16th. Amber was homeschooled, and as many of you know, homeschooling has been in my heart for the past ten years as I have homeschoole...

September 19, 2014

Well, I’ve now read 4 Suzan Tisdale books in a row. Whew! I’m not obsessive, believe me. (Yea, right!) But when I do find a new author I like, I will tend to read straight through his/her books.

But, that’s enough of my personal foibles.

I loved, loved, loved McKenn...

September 15, 2014

I often tell people I don’t read science fiction, nor do I read crime / murder mysteries, nor will I read fantasy, political thrillers, apocalyptic themes, and on and on and on. But, the truth is, give me a character that is written well, and I’ll follow them into what...

July 14, 2014

Alright. I admit it now. I’m having trouble finding books that I just can’t put down. The last one I read that gripped me to the point of choosing to read rather than write, work, or even breathe was Kirsten Heitzmann’s  The Breath of Dawn about a year ago. I...

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