“I’m so grateful the author decided to publish this “manuscript under the bed”. It is filled with loss, torment, hope, action, and suspense that this reviewer could not put down. Recommend highly!”
nobody asks if authors are ever scared that their next book won’t be as good as the previous one.
Getting It Back...a former top men's figure skating champion is willing to risk everything for a comeback
writing the best books I can write is what I set out to do in the first place. It doesn’t really matter what anyone else is doing. I’m only competing with myself.
All the characters are clearly drawn and have distinctive personalities. I especially enjoyed the vampire, Trick.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. My daughter bugged me and bugged and bugged me to read this book until finally I relented and bought the Kindle version and read…
It’s wonderful, isn’t it when an author can overcome a flaw here and there and present a successful book? Note to self: Must learn how to do that.
It's only April 22nd. That means in one week, I read two books. Best Friends Forever by Jennifer Weiner and Bobbie Faye’s Very (very, very, very) Bad Day by Toni…
? And may I just say, being a best-seller does not always equate to being a great writer. What it means more often is you were the first with a mind-boggling and unique twist on an old idea. Because, as we all know, there are no new ideas.
I’ve had another brilliant idea to keep track of what I read when and I wish I’d started doing this years ago. I’m going to keep the little receipts the library issues when you take out books. They list the title and the withdrawal and due dates, though not the author’s name. At least I’ll be able to check if I think I’ve already read something. Earlier in December I read How To Be Lost by Amanda Eyre Ward. I recommend it.