Do! Judge A Book By Its Cover is a regular feature on Pop! Goes The Reader in which I pay tribute to some of the best and brightest the publishing world has to offer in the way of book cover design. This feature is inspired by Katie’s feature Cover Love on her blog One Page […]
Why do people laugh? There are plenty of reasons for which laughing is appropriate, and there is plenty of research about why humans laugh, the effects of laughter, etc. I am going to be focusing on a specific type of laughter in this blog. The laughter that happens when you are uncomfortable. You know exactly […]
New releases of indie crime featuring Pulp Modern, Alec Cizak, Benedict J. Jones, Crime Wave Press, Jeffrey Hess, Down & Out Books, Jim Wilsky, Vincient Zandri, Polis Books, James A. Newman, Tracy Clark, Kensington, Heather Burnside, Aria Fiction, Jennifer Chase, Bookouture, Rachel Lynch, Canelo, J.S. Monroe, Park Row, Helen Nielsen, Stark House Press, Carter Brown, Bernice Carey, Greg Keyes, Titan Books, Mickey Spillane, Max Allan Collins, Roland Blackburn, New Bizarro Author Series, Brian Hause, Word Horde, James Swallow, Joseph Finder, Head of Zeus, WD Jackson-Smart, Panther Publishing, Mick Herron, Soho Crime, Molly Fitz, Sweet Promise Press, Bethany Bake, Karen Rose Smith, Laurien Berenson, Lynn Cahoon, Dlara McKenna, Kate Young, Dianne Freeman, Dana Dratch, Sarah Fox, and Heather Redmond.
It happens every year. Hello, my faithful fans and followers. Yes, all eight followers, but tens of readers. I have returned from hiatus to add to my blog once again. Every year, I intend to continue the blog after the football season winds down…add observations about the college basketball activities, talk college baseball, NFL draft, […]
Talking Pictures TV celebrates its birthday this month, so what better way to show my appreciation of it than revealing my favourites of its TV listings?
The St. Louis Blues have met the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final before. The year was 1970 and the Bruins won the series and the Cup thanks to a Game Four goal in overtime that led to one of the most iconic images in hockey history. The picture of Bobby Orr sailing through […]
Time for another #SixforSunday hosted by A Little But a Lot. I’ve taken this to mean books that have not yet been published this year, but which I really want to read. With the wealth of new middle-grade fiction being published by both new and more established children’s authors, it is no wonder my TBR […]