I don't need to tell you that an excellent way to find a satisfying book is through word of mouth. Fellow readers know what's good! January brings additional help, for this is the time of year that book bloggers share their favorites This week has brought amazing news. Our A Very Austen Romance collection appears … Continue reading It’s Favorite Reads Season!
Our Christmas anthology -- a volume we smilingly dubbed "the book that friendship built" -- has surprised us yet again. A Very Austen Christmas is honored as one of Janet Taylor's favorite reads for 2017. Reviewers are how we readers discover the best new books in a genre. These lists are golden. Do stop by … Continue reading Our A Very Austen Christmas is an MAE Favorite!
Along the indie publishing road, it's tempting to think that I must go it alone. The wheat fields are waving, the dust clouds are rolling--and I am traveling that lonesome highway on my own. After all, I make the decisions, hire the services, and set the deadlines. Daunting, yes. But I've discovered that I kind … Continue reading Day 29: From California to the New York island
What Robert A. Heinlein said: "A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch … Continue reading Day 25: Specialization is for insects
That's what today's prompt asks for: a "true bibliophile." I didn't have to go far to find one because my blogging pal fits the bill nicely. In Robin Helm's own words, here is how an avid reader comes to be. <><><> Reading has fascinated me since I was old enough to understand words. I am the … Continue reading Day 19: Meet Robin Helm, bibliophile