16 New Year’s Resolutions for Book Lovers – #fanfun 1. You promise yourself you won’t add any more books until you finish your TBR (to be read) pile. 2. You promise to stop using everything but a cool bookmark to keep your place. 3. You’ll donate books that have been… Read more »
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Would you like to stay here? – #fanfun Nicole Sullivan’s two-and-a-half-year-old bookshop meets wine bar has been a big hit in the Denver area. Sullivan saw yet another opportunity to expand the bookstore’s reach when the tenants who’d been living in the one-bedroom apartment upstairs decided to move on. Sullivan… Read more »
Stephanie and her cross stitch – #fanfun Stephanie reached and shared her cross-stitch with me. Thank you! Also take a look at these last minute Christmas ornaments for the book lovers in your life!
Global Literacy is Everyone’s Concern – #fanfun A wonderful infograph that emphasizes how important literacy is not only in our own community but globally. If you’re a writer, you’re definitely interested in anything that promotes reading! Here are a couple of leading literacy advocates: ProLiteracy FirstBook Reading is Fundamental And… Read more »
Meet Elizabeth and her quilting! – #fanfun I’m a quilter. However, it is a relatively recent obsession. In fact, I have spent many years winning awards for my antique needlework reproductions. But, I digress…. My grandmother was a quilter, my mother was a quilter (quite accomplished) and my older daughter… Read more »
Congratulations to the winner… I’m waiting for her to confirm her email address. WHAT THE HEART REMEMBERS #kindlefire #giveaway ONE WINNER will receive a brand new Kindle Fire AND ALL my eBooks! US Shipping only! You must sign up for my newsletter in order to access the other entries. If… Read more »
Fan of the Month – Hattie Here’s a wonderful picture of Hattie and two granddaughters. I love featuring my fans. They love reading, they’re crafty and they pass along their love of reading to others. I’ll be some of my crafty fans on #fanfun Thursdays. I asked Hattie to tell… Read more »