I tried to get this to work yesterday but it was a failure. So trying again today. Here we go: So, I have a confession to make. I thought that all my new blog posts were being automatically emailed to subscribers, but for some reason that has not been happening for awhile. It’s taken me . . .
or, SOCIAL DISTANCING AND YOUR READING LIFE Since we are all grappling with the changes that prescribed social distancing is bringing to life at the moment, I thought it might be a good time to share some ideas for ways to keep reading and listening without all the money going to one monopoly of a . . .
Home for the holidays, my daughter was describing some issue with her roommates or her classes or her job. Honestly, I can’t remember what she was talking about, probably because I wasn’t listening carefully. What I did do, was jump in with my opinion about what was happening. After I’d held forth for a few . . .
I wrote this article for Readerly Magazine back in 2015, but it’s been brought to my attention that it’s no longer findable online, so I’m reposting it here, with a few edits for clarity. Jen Karsbaek wrote (way back in 2015 in her blog Devourer of Books) an article to kick off Audiobook Month with . . .
Available now from Blunderwoman Productions in audio, ebook and paperback formats. From the Publisher: A collection of sweet, tender, poetic, beautiful, heart-wrenching, sensual, love stories. These stories share a common theme of love, set in a time period before cell phones and social media. “Second Best” by Brenna Aldrich 1944. The South. Can a heartbroken young . . .
Available now from Tantor Audio. From the Publisher: When it comes to women, I know what they want. And all day long, I give it to them. Dark, broody, and sexy? You got it. Need to laugh? I’m your guy. Desperate for something to put you in the mood? You’ve come to the right place, . . .
Available now from Highbridge Audio. From the Publisher: “The first comprehensive history of Hollywood’s high-flying career women during the studio era, Nobody’s Girl Friday covers the impact of the executives, producers, editors, writers, agents, designers, directors, and actresses who shaped Hollywood film production and style, led their unions, climbed to the top during the war, and fought . . .
In the past few month I feel lucky to have recorded several non-fiction titles that have given me new insights into today’s troubled times. Two of these books, The Middle of Nowhere by Mary Pipher and Witnessing Whiteness by Shelly Tochluk, were actually published years ago but have received increased interest due to what’s happening . . .
I am beyond thrilled to announce that my short story, Can’t Get Used to Losing You, has been accepted in Blunderwoman Productions’ next collection, Vintage Love Stories. This is my first work of fiction to be published, and it just happens to be the pre-quel to one of the books in my hopefully-published-soon romance series . . .
Stiffs and Swine, Supper Club #4 “James Henry and the Flab Five are invited to serve as judges at Hog Fest, a celebrated barbecue festival in the Virginia mountains. But when one of the “pit masters” is found dead and a member of the supper club is accused of the murder, James and his friends . . .