Tag Archives: authors

Goodreads Challenge 2019, Part Seven

It’s once again time for me to share my Goodreads reviews! Two are new releases, but the other three have been on my digital bookshelf for quite some time. Flying Finish by Vivian Roycroft This is a fun short story … Continue reading

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New to me, Kristan Higgins

Since my reading time tends to be limited to the fifteen minutes before I fall asleep, I stick to authors I know. Usually short and sweet romances. However over the last few months, I have been studying a few new … Continue reading

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Discovering New Authors

I confess to being swayed by a book’s cover or by the texture of the paper inside when searching for something to read. If the paper bends and flips just right and the finish is smooth, a book is even … Continue reading

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Please welcome, J. Q. Rose

  I’ve known and read J. Q. Rose’s work for several years now. She always manages to surprise me and make me laugh. Tell us a little about yourself. After writing feature articles in magazines, newspapers, and online magazines for … Continue reading

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Meeting Authors

We are talking about meeting famous authors this week. I have met a few in person and I also have met quite a number online. I mean directly, meeting directly, speaking directly and bantering back and forth at times. People … Continue reading

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Listening to an inspiring author

When I saw this topic, one author immediately came to mind. My local library has an author program and has been able to invite many well-known authors to our small, rural town. Through that program, I have the likes of … Continue reading

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Guest interview with Kelly Tinkham

Today, I’m introducing you to Kelly Tinkham. She and I have done several author events together in West Michigan and she let me read a draft of her current work in progress. Needless to say it was awesome and I … Continue reading

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Guest Interview with Tess Grant

Please welcome Tess Grant, one of my fabulous critique partners and an awesome author. Tell us a little bit about yourself. After nearly ten years as a forensic anthropologist, I semi-retired to a farmette in the backwoods of Michigan to … Continue reading

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Sharing Books & Stories

By Jeff Salter As sometimes happens, my take on this 4F1H weekly topic may veer a bit. In discussing books (and stories) I’ve shared with friends or family, I’m not taking the “share” part too literally. In other words, with … Continue reading

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Thanks, but No Thanks

This week’s question: What about a theme would NOT entice you to buy? After thinking about this, I realized the key word here is BUY. I get a lot of books free – my iPad is full of books I … Continue reading

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