Nov 012016
 

I’ve been distracted, holding back and using excuses and trying to hide behind other obligations and personal control issues. Not anymore! I’m letting go, getting focuses and committing, for the second time, to completing National Novel Writing Month. I have a start, a mission, leaped over the first hurdle that often slows me down and […]

Oct 162016
 
Happy Anniversary to Renee Kennedy!

As an author of many books I often forget to celebrate my past successes, in particular the date of publication for each book. This makes me especially enjoy when I can celebrate another authors publishing anniversary such as I’m doing today for Renee Kennedy and her book Love Me ~ Like That. Please read on […]

Oct 062016
 
Now Meet Pierre C Arsenault of Mysterious Ink!

I had the pleasure of interviewing both Canadian authors, Angella Cormier and Pierre C Arsenault, about their newest release – Oakwood Island. I’m going to post their responses in separate parts so you can enjoy meeting them both: Angella this week and Pierre will be next week. Check out my review of the book here. […]

Sep 292016
 
Meet Angella Cormier and Celebrate Oakwood Island!

I had the pleasure of interviewing both Canadian authors, Angella Cormier and Pierre C Arsenault, about their newest release – Oakwood Island. I’m going to post their responses in separate parts so you can enjoy meeting them both: Angella this week and Pierre will be next week. Check out my review of the book here. […]

Sep 232016
 
Strong Female Characters

I sometimes read books where female characters are made to be the secondary characters or made to look less than the male dominating character. I’m not sure the author does this intentionally and it doesn’t really take me away from the story but finding stories with stronger woman is something I’m always looking for. I […]

Aug 102016
 

This story took over my life like the yellow pus took over some of its characters. I felt the impact of this mystery novel immediately and it kept going throughout! Not typically a fan of the macabre and grotesque, I make an exception for some of Stephen King’s work and would definitely compare this story […]