Postscript: November 2013

December 1, 2013 Postscript: Monthly Recap 0

Happy December! Can you believe we are in the final month of the year? To my fellow Americans: I hope you and your family had a lovely Thanksgiving! If you celebrate Hanukkah: May this season of beauty and light fill your heart and home with happiness.

As part of her blogoversary celebration, Octavia from Read Sleep Repeat asked if I’d be interested in writing a guest post. My post is about the evolution of Lit, etc and you can read it here.

I’m still planning on a mini hiatus in December, but have a few requested reviews to post before the end of the year and there will be a few giveaways so keep an eye out for those posts.

So here’s what you may have missed in November 2013!
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News and Features
Tips & Tricks: How to Use Calibre
Film Friday: JFK
Channel Surfing: National Geographic’s Killing Kennedy (review)
One Liners: Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl
Tips & Tricks: Book Signing Tips

Cover Reveals
Lisa Desrochers’ A Little Too Hot
Cora Carmack’s Seeking Her
J.K. Rock’s Camp Christmas
Melanie Moreland’s Into the Storm

Author & Book Spotlights
Toni Aleo’s Blue Lines

Author Interviews
Cara Connelly
Jennifer Laam
Bill Smith

Excerpt
Cara Connelly’s The Wedding Date

Books Reviewed
3/5: Rebecca Thomas’ The Blacksmith’s Son
3/5: Bethanne Strasser’s Letters from Home
3/5: Veronica Bane’s Mara
4/5: Sarah MacLean’s No Good Duke Goes Unpunished
4/5: Terri Austin, Larissa Reinhart, & LynDee Walker’s Heartache Motel (anthology)
4/5: Carolly Erickson’s The Spanish Queen
4/5: Jennifer Laam’s The Secret Daughter of the Tsar
4/5: Lisa Desrochers’ A Little Too Much
4/5: Laurel Ulen Curtis’ A is for Alpha
4/5: Toni Aleo’s Trying to Score
4/5: Mark Capell’s Cafe Insomniac
4/5: Diane Setterfield’s Bellman & Black
3/5: Shelly Frome’s Tinseltown Riff

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