I am soooooo far behind on my reading challenge that it’s almost embarrassing. However, my defense is that, so far, in 2016, I have written (not published…actually WRITTEN) five books and am currently working on two others simultaneously. Doesn’t leave much time for reading but I’m not giving up! Since my last update was through
These are the books I’m currently reading or have finished in March 2016, bringing my total so far to 15: *Each cover leads to the book on Amazon. Purchases made do qualify for a small payment to the blog owner.
Here are the books read through the months of January/February: *Each cover leads to the book on Amazon. Purchases made do qualify for a small payment to the blog owner.
I know, I know…I haven’t written a post in the last two weeks. But, you have to cut a writer a little slack during and right after a release. Especially when it’s for a book like WILD AT HEART! I worried about this book more than I did any other book. Mainly because I had
Well, I definitely didn’t make it to 100 books! However, I did read A LOT more than I did in 2015 so it’s a big win for me. I also remembered why I love reading, found some great new authors and fell in love again with some favorites. If you’d like to recap from my
It’s that time of the year. The air is getting crisp with a hint of coming cold, football games are on television again, people are dragging out hoodies and you can find pumpkin spice anything. Yep, it’s almost time for NaNoWriMo! Not what you were expecting? It is if you’re a writer! As November gets
As yet another NaNoWriMo draws to a frantic ending you are probably in one of two camps: right on target, perhaps even ahead of your word count, and wondering how any writer stress in the final days; or you are like the other 99%, staring at how many words you have left and allowing panic
Get your copy of Rodeo Queen Ever wonder what an author listens to while writing a book? This is what I listen to while writing Rodeo Queen: Meet Sydney Thomas (of Rodeo Queen): How did you become involved in rodeo? It was sort of a natural progression since I’ve been raised on a cattle ranch.
Beautiful © Copyright 2006 by Christina Klinesmith Deborah narrowed her eyes at her reflection. “That dress looks a little tight?” Voices of doubt played through her mind. “You’re not thin enough for that style.” Her past crowded around her. Grammar school boys arrived first as a blush began to creep into her cheeks. “Deborah Prig,