Tag Archive | books

Prince of Blood and Steel – Cover Reveal

Friend and fellow author, A. J. Elmore reveals the cover of her new book Prince of Blood and Steel BOOK BLURB: The exiled heir has returned home…. Seth Morgan has returned to New York to find his family’s crime syndicate in shambles and his brother, Caleb, plotting a coup. When a vicious retaliation puts Caleb in […]

Summer Reading

With temps pushing into the 90’s I’m feeling summer. May is melting away in the in yellow heat and even though the calendar says summer starts on June 21st, the pool deck calls me to pull out the swim suit. So while I lay by the pool -I know. It’s probably bad for me but […]

You’re Welcome Knoxville

Last week Amazon released its list of the most well-read cities in the United States. The online retailer ranked cities of 100,000+ by compiling sales data for books, magazines and newspapers. Alexandria, Virginia stayed the reigning champion but a bit of an upset took the number two slot. Amazon ranked Knoxville as the second most […]

Restless Reading

Have you ever had a day when you don’t know what you want to read? When you just can’t decide what mood you are in? Its like flipping through the channels on television. You start a chapter, the story stalls; you try another title. My fully loaded Kindle has afforded me of the luxury of […]

Constructed Vocabulary

I am a BIG Charlaine Harris fan. I buy everything she writes (usually on the day it comes out). I started with the Sookie Stackhouse series, then quickly devoured the Lily Bard, Aurora Teagarden, and Harper Connelly books as well. Between books, I regularly visit Mrs. Harris’s webpage in hopes of learning more about the […]

Good(Reads) Friends

Good Reads is a great site to discover books, review books and promote your own work. The groups are full of fun, energetic people, who so far have been quit supportive. Through Good Reads, I have connected readers and discovered a few new authors myself. I ‘friended’ Doug, editor of eFiction Magazine. His magazine, recently […]

My Book is NOT like Twilight

My vampires are not in High School. My vampires have fangs and do not sparkle. My vampires would eat Edward Cullen’s face. There, now I feel better. I have actually read Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight trilogy. Bella is much more likable in the books. The books appeal to the teenage angst and awkwardness we all experienced. […]