I’m participating in Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon. Each hour there’s a challenge that readers can do if they’re interested. This is the ten-year anniversary of the readathon and one of the challenges is this 10 Years in 10 Books, which I thought would be fun to share […]
I recently started clearing out my draft folder. Every blogger has a couple (if not dozens or maybe even hundreds) of drafts started with enthusiasm that now linger in the dark. I had 69. I’ve deleted many of them, but this one stuck out. It was 90% finished […]
A beautifully written philosophical memoir about a woman in search of a deeper understanding of love and her own heart.
I first heard about OSS Operation Black Mail: One Woman’s Covert War Against The Imperial Japanese Army at Book Expo earlier this year. It’s the story of Elizabeth “Betty” McIntosh and her World War II experience as an OSS agent in India and China specializing in […]
Last night while browsing at my local Barnes & Noble, I was thrilled to see Stephanie Gayle’s new release, Idyll Fears, faced-out on the New In Paperback Mystery shelves. I talked about Idyll Fears on Episode 26 of the Book Cougars and my review of this Connecticut-based mystery […]