A clever nod to Jane Austen in a witty contemporary romance. Romance, for the most part, is not my favorite genre. But as a huge Austen junkie, this title drew me in from the start. I mean, how could it not? What I loved most about this book is that it wasn't a typical Jane … Continue reading Lies Jane Austen Told Me Review
Today, I get to reveal the awesome cover for Amber Argyle's new book coming out next year! Stolen Enchantress is the first of her new series and (happy dance) looks amazing, as always. This cover reveal is all thanks to Lola's Blog Tours. Be sure to give props to the talented cover designer, Melissa Williams Design. Isn't … Continue reading Stolen Enchantress Cover Reveal!
Whalen Vankin is the world's greatest wizard, and he has only ever personally trained two other wizards. One is Alexander Taylor, a young man who has earned a reputation as a brave adventurer, a warrior, and man of honor. The other is Jabez, Vankin's nephew and a man whose choices have led him down a … Continue reading Axe of Sundering Review
It's time to take the battle to the dragons. In the third and final volume of the bestselling Mysteries of Cove series, Trenton and Kallista--along with their friends, Plucky, Simoni, Angus, and Clyde--fly their mechanical dragons south toward San Francisco, looking to rescue any survivors from the battle of Seattle. Arriving in San Francisco and investigating the … Continue reading Embers of Destruction Review
Whew! September charged past faster than a bull seeing red. And my metaphors get worse and worse. 😉 September: My awesome hubby and I drove to Salt Lake Comic Con for his gaming business. It was crazy and busy, but we learned a lot. Pictures! (Isn't he a cutie? So proud of him!) (Joined live … Continue reading Brief Update
Probably won't update until Saturday again since I'll be on the road and then at Comic Con the rest of the week. Squeee! So excited! SEPTEMBER 19TH – DAY 9 Books Read: Read 100 pages of Gears of Revolution by J. Scott Savage Pages Read: 100 Total Books Read: 3 (Falling for a Duke, North and South-not on … Continue reading Read-a-thon Day 9
I am horrible about posting here, so I guess this will be my update for the week. Things have been crazy with chasing my son and his various school work and appointments. I also babysit three days a week and am attempting to participate in training for Eschler Editing. My writer's group meeting and feedback … Continue reading Read-a-thon Update Day 6
This year I'm participating in the Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon hosted at Wishful Endings. It runs from September 11th through 24th with the goal of diminishing our to-read pile of books (so need this). All books in any format and source count and you do not have to be a blogger to participate. There are challenges and giveaways … Continue reading Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon!
Now that the days are getting shorter and we are all trying to get back on a schedule, I thought I'd share some of the awesome books I read this summer for anyone looking for a great read to distract from the mayhem. My littles are still running around at home as we start preschool … Continue reading Summer Reading List
First, let's take a moment to celebrate the fact that it's only been a few days since my last post instead of months. Go me! Okay, now on to the point of today's ramble. (Yes, the shark is absolutely relevant.) Ever had lots of ideas, but next to no time to write them? That would … Continue reading Writing on Wednesday: Idea Whiplash