I’ve been burning through the books this year. Figured I’d post what I’ve read to date. The 1619 Project edited by Nikole Hannah-Jones (Non-Fiction: Social Sciences/History) I admit to only reading a few pages at a time because these essays contain hard truths about the slavery and institutional racism that is foundational to […]
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I woke up on this last day of 2021 determined to set down a list of books I read this year. The number comes to about 30, although I’m fairly sure I’ve read an additional 10 – 15 I simply don’t recall. But here is the year-end round-up. As you can see, I read pretty much everything.
Happy 2020! My birthday was January 5, and to celebrate, I’m giving YOU a present (on January 7 – 14).
I’m thrilled to reveal the final cover of THE SOLSTICE BRIDE, Book 2 of the Heirs to Camelot series.
What I am listening to: “Overjoyed” by Esperanza Spaulding, at the Obama White House to celebrate Stevie Wonder’s Gershwin Award. Don’t skip over this fabulous jazz performance, friends. It’s worth a view! Exciting news! I received a 5 star review for THE PRIESTESS OF CAMELOT from the Paranormal Romance Review team (if you don’t […]
What I’m listening to: This is Not America by David Bowie I got my first 5 star review for THE MIDSUMMER WIFE from JRBrondingsBookReviews! “A nuclear attack on London has devastated everything but it has also triggered the decedent’s of King Arthur and Merlin to return to fulfill the prophecy. Ava Cerdwin is the […]
What if Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams had a baby in a magical universe? That’s THE ROSE THIEF! Ned Sparks is the Thief Catcher of Roshaven—a town where magical creatures, controlled lawlessness, a complex bureaucracy, a mysterious Emperor (may he live forever and ever), and a large dose of whimsy, rule. Ned, along with a […]
When Chloe and Zoe Tozier, orphaned teenage twins growing-up in their grandmothers quirky but seemingly dull Kansas museum/mansion, follow a wayward sparrow down a mysterious secret hallway to a basement they never knew existed—odd things start to happen fast. They discover a huge mosaic, hidden in the secret room, but it’s half destroyed. Replacing just […]
Once again, Joan Druett shows her sure-footed understanding of a historical setting in THE LAUNCHING OF THE HUNTRESS.