Monthly Archives:: November 2014

Nov 05

Postscript: October 2014

Wow! Where did October go? October was a strange month for me in my personal life because at work we hosted a huge 2 day event for local homeless people. It was exciting to be a part of such an event and yet, I can’t help but feel extremely thankful that even at my lowest, I wasn’t quite where some of those attending are. It really did make me appreciate what I have a little more. On top of that, a case manager for the program I work for quit out of the blue and we were left with a huge mess. In any event, we’re back on track on work and hopefully this means I’m back on track here at Lit, etc. So while I’ve been dealing with work… Read more »

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Nov 05
Cover Reveal: Sara Jane Stone’s Hero By Night

Cover Reveal: Sara Jane Stone’s Hero By Night

Any fans of military romance? This time there’s a slight twist! Sara Jane Stone’s females are th ones who served in the military! Her upcoming Hero By Night sounds like an interesting read! * * * Title: Hero By Night Author: Sara Jane Stone Publication date: January 20, 2015 Series: Independence Falls #3 Genre: Contemporary Romance Synopsis: The third in Sara Jane Stone’s phenomenal Independence Falls series He was nobody’s hero, until he landed in the wrong bed . . . Armed with a golden retriever and a concealed weapons permit, Lena Clark is fighting for normal. She served her country, but the experience left her emotionally numb, afraid to be touched, and estranged from her career-military family. Staying in Independence Falls, and finding a job, seems like the first… Read more »

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Nov 01
One Liners: David Markson’s Wittgenstein’s Mistress

One Liners: David Markson’s Wittgenstein’s Mistress

One Liners is a weekly feature where we look at a novel’s first line as if it were a pick up line. We’ve all heard the saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” The first line in a book is equally important as the last since it sets the tone and often will either make an impression or not. Let’s face it, it’s a little like dating. Will that guy with the cheesy pick up line score a number or not? So, I began to think…if the first line in a book was a pick up line, would you give it your number, agree to a date, let it buy you a drink, or do you walk away? Today’s book is David Markson’s Wittgenstein’s Mistress… Read more »

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