2020’s Top Reads

2020’s Top Reads

2020’s Top Reads For 2020, I set myself a goal: 365 books (It’s not unheard of for me to read more than this in a year). I didn’t bother setting a “X# Reviews” goal, however, since I’ve been known to fail miserably at those goals...
Folder by Raymond Bolton

Folder by Raymond Bolton

Folder by Raymond Bolton Disclosure: I met Raymond Bolton at a conference, and he’s been a good friend ever since. But even if he weren’t, I would be grabbing up his books. Raymond’s newest book, Folder, is an incredibly fun ride. Well, except for...
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Hard-Easy by Art Coombs

Hard-Easy by Art Coombs I know, I know. I haven’t posted a review book in months. Which, considering that like most people I spent six months straight doing practically nothing, that’s saying something. Oh, wait. I was doing something. Advancing my...

Condemn Me Not by Heather B. Moore

Condemn Me Not by Heather B. Moore Heather B. Moore’s Condemn Me Not is an incredible historical fiction-ish. Heather is a direct descendent of Susannah North Martin, one of the many women hung during the Salem Witch Trials. As time and distance and research has...

The Great Deodorant Experiment

This post is not about writing, editing, publishing, or book marketing. This is just me, a consumer, letting people know about my experiment with deodorant.***There comes a time when products that you’ve been faithful to for…forever are no longer faithful...
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Greystone Valley by Charlie Brooks

As you’ve probably figured out by this point, I’m not only a member of several active book clubs, but also of many professional author/author assistant/publisher groups. And that’s how I find many, if not all of my books.This time, a publisher asked...

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