I’ve read four of the Hugo Marston books (The Bookseller, The Crypt Thief, The Reluctant Matador, and The Paris Librarian). Of them all, The Paris Librarian may well be my favorite. Continue reading “Book Review: The Paris Librarian”
For many years, I set writing goals. I looked back – I have graphics going back to 2013 and I may have done it before then. You may remember that I didn’t set any goals for 2016. To quote Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman”: Big mistake. Big. Huge. Continue reading “2017 – Here I come!”
I’ve read Ms. Burke’s books before and enjoyed them, so when this one popped up on a special, I figured it was a no brainer. I am a big series reader, but I enjoy a good stand-alone. And this one doesn’t fail to please. Continue reading “Book Review: The Ex”
I need to say this up front: I love my critique group. These folks have made my writing so much better and I don’t find it a coincidence I started having success with short stories a few months after joining their group.
Wow, looking over my past half-dozen posts it seems like I’ve been a busy little reader, haven’t I? And you might be asked, “So what happened to the writing, huh?” Continue reading “On multi-tasking and outlines”
First off, it really didn’t take me as long to read this book as the dates might indicate. Because it was in my car, handy for those waits when picking up kids from various activities.
But once I got it out of my car… Continue reading “Book Review: The Kennedy Connection”
For some reason I didn’t review this when I finished it.
I was introduced to Mark Pryor and Hugo Marston by reading the fifth book in the series, THE RELUCTANT MATADOR. It was nice to go back to see where it all started.
Continue reading “Book Review: The Bookseller”