Thank you to the seven readers who entered the giveaway for Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula! I used random.org to pick a winner and the book goes to commenter number two . . . Laurie who blogs over at Relevant Obscurity. I’ve been thinking a lot about Dracula again these days. I […]
I write about books and libraries on my blog, WildmooBooks.com, and I'm co-host of the podcast, Book Cougars: Two Middle-Aged Women on the Hunt for a Good Read. Also, co-founder of Road To Success with LauraThoma.com.
What a fun read! I’m not a big time fan of Sherlock Holmes but my love for Dracula goes back to my early childhood in the 70s when I watched Creature Features on TV before discovering, via a Scholastic catalog, that “someone made a book […]
I am beyond thrilled to announce that Mastering the Art of Self-Expression: A Creative Journaling Workbook by Laura Thoma is now available! About the workbook: Mastering the Art of Self-Expression is an interactive full-color workbook based on Laura Thoma’s successful in-person and online workshop, Creative Journaling 101. This instructive workbook […]
I’m slowly transitioning some of my blog’s bells and whistles from Blogger to WordPress. Today it’s Bloglovin’s turn. Follow my blog with Bloglovin If you haven’t heard of Bloglovin, it’s a free blog reader. You create a free account and then follow the blogs that you’re interested in […]
Today is the last day of Pride Month. Did you read a book or poems or anything by an LGBTQ writer? I had planned to read James Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room (1956), but June ended up being a wonderfully crazy-busy month for me. I will read it later this […]
The Gypsy Moth Summer by Julia Fierro has been on so many lists of highly anticipated titles for 2017 that I jumped at the chance to review it for TLC Book Tours. This is Julia Fierro’s second novel. Her first was Cutting Teeth. Fierro is a graduate of […]
Laura and I just got home from vacation. We met up with our friends Jason and Matt from Chicago in San Francisco for a road trip up the Northern California and Oregon Coasts before turning inland to Portland. Astoria is the oldest U.S. town in Oregon. We stopped […]