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17 Jun 19
#AmReading

  Title: Holding Out For Paris Series: Holding Out #1 Author: Gabrielle Ashton Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: June 13, 2019 Blurb Picture this: You pack your bags. Move to Paris. Fall in love. A dream, right? Wrong. Especially when you find out your Mr. Right is actually married. With kids. Don’t even mention the white picket fence. […]

17 Jun 19
Stone Ground Stories

Do you love, Love, LOVEEEE books??? Eeep!! Me too!! But…do you have friends in your life who can talk about them with you at any hour of the day or night? Do you have people who will never grow tired of your bookish ways? Where do you find such people? Here are some ideas to […]

17 Jun 19
One Writer's Journey by Chris Owens

Miguel O’Hara is the Spider-Man of 2099, but he finds himself spending as much time in 2017 as he does in 2099 – at least in this collection.

17 Jun 19

As I speed through my middle grade fiction, I am trying to share as many of them with you as I can. The nice thing about these books is that even when they are 400 pages, like this one, they only take a day or two to read. It has been nice to pepper these […]

17 Jun 19
#AmReading

Opposites don’t merely attract. . .they combust. Take Me Down, an all-new, sexy contemporary standalone from Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips, is available now! Read my review here Parker Knight was going through the motions… and then he met her. Parker Knight lived and lost his dream. Now he […]

17 Jun 19
Books and Such

With Book 3 in the hands of my beta reader, last week I treated myself to seven days of mostly just reading.  It was wonderful, relaxing, and with hubby out of town, very quiet.  Just me and the cat, and dinner out with friends one night.  This week will be different.  I need to get […]

17 Jun 19
Jera's Jamboree

The importance of self-care is something I think we regularly overlook. We’re so busy giving our time to others that it becomes increasingly hard to stop and think of ourselves and what we need. I’ve been on my own emotional health journey since the loss of my father in my late teens and yet it’s […]

16 Jun 19
One Writer's Journey by Chris Owens

Like Ms. Marvel, The Totally Awesome Hulk is a character that resonates with me for some unknown reason. Although I didn’t care for Amadeus Cho before he cured Bruce Banner and became the new Hulk, his intellect and over-confidence bring out new possibilities for the character.

16 Jun 19
Stories That Make You Smile

📚 From Sunday’s snippet:

“Oh, am I dreaming?” Padraic may have been musing to himself, but Raff wasn’t about to pass up the chance to learn what he now had to know. He would be asylum bound by morn, if matters progressed apace.

“Would you be dreaming about me?” Well, really. Raff was only human.

15 Jun 19
Mind on Fire Books

Not sure if trashy Horror Lit counts, but I also have a big TV for watching #horror films 🦇🐉👻💀👽. #HorrorFam #LitFam #WhatsonTV #Film #Bibliophile #Librarian #Library #Writerscommunity #SummerReading #Reading #writers #booklovers #amreading

15 Jun 19
One Writer's Journey by Chris Owens

Ms. Marvel is one of my favorites among Marvel’s new generation of heroes. In this collection, Captain Marvel asks Kamala Khan to oversee a group of young adults tasked with detaining would-be criminals before they have a chance to commit any crimes.

15 Jun 19

I’ve been barreling through the 41 books I need to read this summer! In fact, my review and post schedule is full through early July; needless to say I’m pretty excited. – The books I’ve been able to find on audio I’ve read that way because I listen to audiobooks while I clean, exercise, and […]

14 Jun 19
Adventures in reading, running and working from home

Well I’m under way finally with my 20 Books of Summer, and this one with its close print and historical narratives certainly didn’t give me a quick entry into the project this year! I was inspired to read this book by Bookish Beck’s review back in February 2018 – I ordered it quickly and then […]

14 Jun 19
Productivity Hub

One of the nominees for the Hugo Awards this year is Archive of Our Own, a fanfiction archive containing nearly 5 million fanworks—about the size of the English Wikipedia, and several years younger. It’s not just the fanfic, fanart, fanvids, and other fanworks, impressive as they are, that make Archive of Our Own worthy of […]

14 Jun 19
thebookcollector32

Presently I am reading this lovely book Maa I’ve Become A Collector by #RajeshPatil. I can’t thank enough @harpercollinsin for sending this beautiful piece my way on my request. : : If you are from a rural region or spend a part of your life in small town and have disciplinarian parents then you will […]

14 Jun 19
One Writer's Journey by Chris Owens

This collection featured Deadpool and his hired group of mercenaries called Mercs For Money. I’m typically not a huge Deadpool fan, and this book did nothing to change that.