Living in a Dystopia


As the quarantine drags on, it feels like we are living in a dsytopia. So no surprise that dsytopian reads are wildly popular. After all, it’s not just escapist literature. Instead, these novels challenge the…

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An End of Winter Surprise


It’s the end of February, and I think we all could use a lift to get us through this last month of winter. Read on to the end to find out what I have for…

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More Writing, More Reading


I never know where this adventure of writing will take me. In between working on new projects, I occasionally write guest posts for other bloggers. Recently I was invited to post on Review Tales, a…

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News You Can Use


Over the holidays, we continued our nomad existence with continuous travel. Three states in less than two weeks kept us going. As did the people we went to see. Our first stop took us to…

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Holiday Reading


Even with all the travel and holiday events, I manage to squeeze in time to read. This month I enjoyed three books I’d like to share with you. Kiss of Deception Kiss of Deception features…

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Books That Never Die


Classic Fiction When people are asked about classic fiction, many name their favorites: Jane Eyre, The Count of Monte Cristo, Anna Karenina or anything by Jane Austen. Classics may be why so many people love…

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Fun Fantasy Escape


The summer flew past in a whirlwind of travel, lots of out of town company, the loss of my father, and plans for a move. And of course, the preparations for publishing Flight of the…

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Fun Reading that Made Me Think


Summer was way too short this year, with the snow handing around into April. And now we’ve got an early fall heralded by lots of chilly rain. But as quick as the summer was, I…

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Why We Should All Read Blood Heir


I’m going out on a limb here. I’m recommending that people buy a book I’ve never read. But it’s more about the principle of the thing, rather than what’s in the book. Amelie Wen Zhao…

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Fun Indie Reads


This summer I’ve been reading a lot of indie fiction. Some people turn their noses up at anything not traditionally published, but I’ve found there are plenty of gems out there for those willing to…

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