Category Archives: Patricia Kiyono

Remarkable Reads for 2018, Part Two

I managed to read four more books toward my goal of 50 reads for the year. Three of the four are from series. Sometimes I’ll continue a series because my first taste is so good it makes me want to … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Vivian Roycroft/Gunnar Grey and Dingbat Publishing

A few weeks ago I shared four books I read last month. One was a story from the anthology Nine Ladies Dancing 2017. When I got my copy I took the opportunity to read several of the stories, including Love, … Continue reading

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“I’ll Take Forgetful Authors for $400, Alex.”

This week, one of the foxes asked a question about game shows: “What one would you be on and how would you do?” It just so happens that on the odd occasion that I feel like watching television – which … Continue reading

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Remarkable Reads for 2018, Part One

I began my first Goodreads challenge in 2013, a year and a half after I signed my first book contract. It always seems I get more done if I challenge myself, and I knew that in order to be a … Continue reading

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Listen to the Experts

This week, our resident hound asked us to choose a celebrity we’d want to hold up and endorse one of our published books on a national stage (or TV). My first thought is that it would be an honor to … Continue reading

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Guest Author: E. A. West and Crash Course

When an author I read regularly (and enjoy) suddenly veers in a new direction and publishes something quite different from what they usually write, it piques my interest. E. A. West has made a name for herself as a prolific … Continue reading

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The Water’s Not Different – Your Ears Are!

This week, one of the foxes asked, “What book from your childhood left the biggest impression? Which book would you love to read again?” We had a similar topic a few years ago, and I discussed how much I loved … Continue reading

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