On My Bedside Table ~ June 2021

The month of June started out hot, hot, hot and there is no sign of it cooling off. So how does one cope? With a book and a cold beverage of course. Below is a list of great reads stacked on my bedside table. Death at Greenway by Lori Rader-Day (Oct. 12, 2021) A mystery…

On My Bedside Table ~ May 2021

May is a great month for reading! Take a look at what’s been occupying my time. Perestroika in Paris by Jane Smiley – When I spied this beauty at Next Page Books I knew I had to grab it for two reasons:  Jane Smiley is one of my writing heroes. A Thousand Acres is one…

On My Bedside Table ~ April 2021

Though we have had some gorgeous spring days we have had plenty of rainy, blustery ones too – perfect for curling up with a cozy blanket and a book. You know what they say, March winds bring April showers and a great stack of books. Take a peek at what I’ve been reading as of late.…

Fast Fifteen with Bestselling Author, Erika Robuck

THE INVISIBLE WOMAN by bestselling author, Erika Robuck is the true story of WWII Secret Agent Virginia Hall, an American woman with a prosthetic leg, whose clandestine work with the French Resistance undermines the Nazi regime, creates escape lines out of Occupied France, and helps hundreds of Free French guerrilla fighters liberate a secluded mountain region…

Fast Fifteen with Acclaimed Author, Jason Tanamor

Today, I’m excited to welcome acclaimed author Jason Tanamor. Jason has been described by Publishers Weekly as “a writer with lots of potential.” On VAMPIRES OF PORTLANDIA, Publishers weekly also says that the “…creative worldbuilding of Portland’s supernatural underworld…the most devoted vampire enthusiasts will find this rewarding.”  When Marcella Leones relocates her family of aswang…

Penpal Chat with Award Winning Author, Kali White Vanbaale

Publishers Weekly calls THE MONSTERS WE MAKE “[A] gripping novel…White skillfully keeps readers questioning everyone’s motives.” It’s August 1984, and paperboy Christopher Stewart has gone missing. Hours later, twelve-year-old Sammy Cox hurries home from his own paper route, red-faced and out of breath, hiding a terrible secret. Crystal, Sammy’s seventeen-year-old sister, is worried by the…