2018s Top Reads

2018s Top Reads

For 2018, I set myself a goal: 365 books (It’s not unheard of for me to read more than this in a year), 52 reviews, 52 author interviews. As with all well-laid schemes, they gang agley.I did read 343 books. Of those, 270 got five out of five stars from me, four...
November Sale 2018

November Sale 2018

This year’s Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday sale is a little different than normal. It’s your chance to lock in my current rates for flat fee services before the prices go up at the beginning of the year. A $50 deposit will lock in your rates for all...
Quilt Auction

Quilt Auction

Three years ago, my precious child began praying for money to pay off debt so that we could visit Tanzania and minister to orphans. You can read about that here. This Spring, we had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania to say goodbye to my mother-in-law. While we...
Anonymous by LP Dover

Anonymous by LP Dover

Last week, I read L.P. Dover’s Anonymous for one of my book clubs. I’m going to say right up front that if I hadn’t been introduced to it as part of a book club, I probably wouldn’t have picked it up. I don’t read a lot of dark romance or...
An Interview with Carrie Vaughn

An Interview with Carrie Vaughn

I took a chance and emailed an author whose work I absolutely love. She responded! I can’t thank Carrie Vaughn enough!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe I could be an author”?...
Kitty Norville Series

Kitty Norville Series

Carrie Vaughn’s Kitty Norville Series includes: Kitty and the Midnight Hour Kitty Goes to Washington Kitty Takes a Holiday Kitty and the Silver Bullet Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand Kitty Raises Hell Kitty’s House of Horrors Kitty Goes to War...
An Interview with Harsha Sheelam

An Interview with Harsha Sheelam

Harsha Sheelam contacted me a couple of weeks ago after seeing my interview with poet Allyson Whipple. Since she, too, is a children’s author, like I am, I was very happy to be introduced to her work!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest...
An Interview with Jack McDonald Burnett

An Interview with Jack McDonald Burnett

Jack and I have moved in the same circles for quite some time, but we didn’t really sit down and talk until recently. I hope you enjoy our chat as much as I did!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe...

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