How do you get your hands – #fanfun … on books? Here are some ideas. Let me know in the comments how you find your books. Independent bookstores Chain bookstores Used bookshops Online book stores The library As gifts Borrowed from friends Library book sales Book events (readings, talks, panels)… Read more »
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15 Independent Bookstores in Philadelphia – #fanfun 1. Penn Book Center 130 South 34th Street, University City Wedged next to a Citizens Bank, Penn Book Center. It’s a split-level filled with tidy shelves with titles by local authors displayed prominently. They have a rewards program: $10 credit for every $100… Read more »
The 10 Most Literate Countries – #fanfun Are you surprised by the results? Did you think the United States would rank higher or lower on the list? What do you do to promote reading?
Hello Hollywood – Here’s Baby Girl! Congratulations to Dawn for casting Baby Girl! Cheryl Ferguson – Cheryl Ann Ferguson is a girl who makes mistakes. Lots of them. She has a weakness for dark-eyed fellows with sexy smiles and muscled chests. Ryan Carter is just such a guy. When she… Read more »
Share Your Best Birthday Memory! GIVEAWAY In the comments below share your best birthday memory with me. You’ll automatically be entered into the giveaway for a signed paperback copy of “Wishing for Wonderful” …a holiday story that would warm even Mr. Scrooge’s heart. A Magical and Heartwarming Romance…from a USA… Read more »
9 Feels Books Can Give You – #fanfun And the very best feeling… Which one of these has happened to you?
5 Benefits of Reading – #fanfun Reading reduces stress. Reading helps your mental health. Reading increases empathy. Readers have higher incomes. Reading aloud to children benefits their development. You don’t need to convince me of all the benefits of reading. Which one of these benefits do you feel has helped… Read more »
Cocktail Conversations – Patricia Sands My readers are in for a delicious treat because today’s guest is my friend and fellow author Patricia Sands. In case you haven’t yet met Patricia, you are missing out on some wonderful stories. It was Patricia’s novel “The Promise of Provence” that inspired me… Read more »