My perspectives on the books I read and whatever else catches my eye
Featured Authors for Tuesday, 10/21/14 from #onehouseunited.
This blog post explains it best. I will not be taking one cent from his release for October and November but will donate the royalties to Kristine Cheney in Monique’s honor.
An excerpt from Journey
Damn, hot damn, but that absent glance turned into a stare as I nearly knocked over an entire shelf of infant sweaters. What have we here?
I am never bowled over by a good-looking man. I have always needed more, but one look at this hottie, and my eyebrows went up and my heart started thumping. I know, crazy. What happened next was not really something I was immediately…
This is an AMAZING and HEARTFELT series. One of my favorites. Emily has such a beautiful way with words that blew me away
Originally posted on "The Light-Bearer Series" ~ by Emily Guido:“I am sorry, Charmeine, for so many things it is hard to express them all, but I am going to try.” He took a big breath, and looked in her eyes. “I am sorry for not…
Originally posted on The Babbling Brooke:
We are just over a month into the preschool year for my son and he brought home and total blast from my elementary school days past: the Scholastic book order!
Who remembers this gem?
Originally posted on Antelope Valley Arts:
Reading and Author Discussion
With Dr. Rebbecca Brown
Friday, October 17, 4:30 pm in the AVC Art Gallery
From the Antelope Valley College Website:
“Rebbecca Brown spent much of her formative years in the Antelope Valley, graduating from Palmdale High School in the early 1990s. This Friday she will be reading from They Become Her, her first…
Originally posted on It Does Not Do To Dwell On Dreams And Forget To Live:
17/10/14 – 365 Challenge #290
Late this afternoon I had a doctors appointment for a follow up blood test, prior to my scan in hospital next week. Hopefully the results will show some improvement over a fortnight ago.
This evening Dad brought a Chinese takeaway home for him, Mum and I – Joe’s been out with friends – and…
Originally posted on Blog 4 Phil:
In high school I wasn’t much of a reader. While I enjoyed English class and most of the books I had to read for it, I never picked up a novel in my free time. I remember telling myself that I didn’t have to read outside of school in order to be a good writer, that I was better off being ignorant…
Originally posted on Demetria?:
My long-suffering Keyboard Kindle finally shuffled off its mortal coil. I hopped on Amazon.com immediately to buy a new one, because I just can’t be without my precious $2.99 ebooks. The cheapest model available comes with advertisements: there’s a smallish banner on the home page, and when you turn the device off, the screen shows an advertisement rather than a…