Feminism, Initials, JK Rowling, and Me

A writer friend posted this picture on Facebook this morning and invited my comment. You really don't do that unless you mean it. I don't like to get political and I don't really like the term "feminism." I've always joked that women who seek to be equal to men are underachievers. The fact of the matter … Continue reading Feminism, Initials, JK Rowling, and Me

Book Review: BENEATH THE STARRY SKY by Jessica E. Subject

From the start, Jessica E. Subject's BENEATH THE STARRY SKY had me hooked. I loved the way these two damaged people, Tamara and Josh, were brought together for what was supposed to be one night of guilt-free pleasure and ended up finding the acceptance they were both looking for. The characters were well-rounded with all … Continue reading Book Review: BENEATH THE STARRY SKY by Jessica E. Subject

What Do Writers Read Over the Summer?

Did you ever wonder what writers read when they curl up with a good book? My friends have asked me to share my Summer Reading List with them. As a fan of SF (science fiction) and M (mystery), there is a lot of it on my list, most of it R (romance), but not all … Continue reading What Do Writers Read Over the Summer?

What Do Writers Read Over the Summer?

Did you ever wonder what writers read when they curl up with a good book? My friends have asked me to share my Summer Reading List with them. As a fan of SF (science fiction) and M (mystery), there is a lot of it on my list, most of it R (romance), but not all … Continue reading What Do Writers Read Over the Summer?

Book Review – Cairo Nights by Sandra Sookoo

With a list of books to read as long as my arm, and an editor squawking for me to write, the last thing I needed to do was start reading a new release. Naturally, that’s exactly what I did when I needed a quiet distraction from a weekend fraught with illness and high emotion. Fortunately … Continue reading Book Review – Cairo Nights by Sandra Sookoo