Wednesday, June 19: Somerset to Cumberland Today was the last day of my ride and, for the White Clay group, their last day on the trail. The first part of the route retraced Sunday’s ride from Somerset back to the trail in Rockwood, past the same sugar farms, but going downhill this time. The group […]
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This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is asking about our summer TBR, but I talked about my 20 Books of Summer a couple of weeks ago so I think it’s time for a tag challenge!
On social media I saw that the The One by John Marrs was an excellent read. While browsing at my local bookstore on a Saturday afternoon, I saw the novel placed in the bestsellers section and decided to pick it up. The blurb definitely intrigued me. Genre: Thriller, Romance Blurb: How far would you go […]
I’ve moved away from social media and have turned more of my attention to an unlikely source: email newsletters. Here are a few I recommend.
As Paul the apostle completed the last chapter, he instructed the church members in Corinth to, “come out from among them, and be you separate, says the Lord”, and he reminded them how God said, “and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, and will be a Father unto you, and you […]
Cod Collapse: The Rise and Fall of Newfoundland’s Saltwater Cowboys (Now available for preorder)
Quote for Today: “And now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good.” John Steinbeck Let’s celebrate! One of the milestones authors dream about achieving is knowing readers and book bloggers are reading and loving their books. Today is my happy day! The writing life has its ups and downs sometimes feeling […]
Some of the “Good” has been lost from Goodreads since the Amazon takeover, as you might have guessed given the nature of the Bezos Beast. For one, advertising on the web pages is more prominent and persistent. And for two, you, the user, are being used more and more as an advertising tool without your […]
A Lake Washington shoreline lot near Lake City has become a public park, ending a seven-year fight that pitted local residents and adjacent property owners who wanted to take the land for themselves. A 60-foot-wide lot will be accessible to the public and named as N.E. 130th Street End, a win for the community that […]
Happy Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s theme is pretty fitting since I just shared my (lack of) progress on my Ultimate 2019 TBR the other day. Shockingly, I am not going to be talking about all of the 84 books I still need to read from that list. Instead, I’m going to share ten ARCs and […]
I am a child of Apollo. I was born in early 1968, and was a year and a half old when Neil Armstrong first set foot on the Moon. I don’t remember that mission, of course, but I do remember watching later ones – launch, landing, and recovery back on Earth. I remember Alan Shepard’s […]
ALBUMS THE SUNDAYS: STATIC & SILENCE: 1997: 3 STARS OUT OF 5 STARS: The Sundays third and final album. I remembered them from a song on their first album-“Here’s Where The Story Ends” from back in 1990- Mrs. Postcard picked this up on sale at a used bookstore yesterday- not bad- pretty mellow. In reading […]