Most Americans don’t follow Rugby like they do in the UK and New Zealand (where they have the All Blacks). Kat Latham has written a series of sports romances featuring rugby players and is a major cheerleader for the sport through her books..
Our guest this week is Sue Viders talking about book covers. I had the opportunity of taking one of Sue’s classes a few years ago and I am so glad she could find time to share some of her knowledge here. Readers thank you for visiting my blog. Please feel free to comment at the end of the post. Your thoughts are very much appreciated.
Recently, I’ve read e-books with so many grammatical errors I’m jerked right out of the story. Then I’m on a quest looking for the next mistake. I’m not going to harp on the need for an editor because that’s obvious. What I think I’m reading is an author who writes likes he/she speaks. If a writer’s grammar and syntax are poor when they are speaking, it’s probably going to be the same when they’re writing.
Recently, I connected with Virginia McCullough on Linked In and was immediately impressed with her background in all facets of writing. While reading her novel AMBER LIGHT, I discovered more than a romance, for it delves into issues of identity, place, memories and decisions and second chances. Amber Light, was published in August.
I recently connected with R.M.A. Spears on Linked In and was happy to read his book. Ron is a retired marine so his work lends some authenticity that only someone who has served in the military service can know. According to Ron, ARMOR OF GLASS is based on a true story.
Jimmy Buffet was right! Attitude can change by going somewhere new or even revisiting a place you love. I always feel that way when I visit the Asheville, N.C. area. I’ve visited the area for quite a few years.
I have always liked books set in the outback and in other parts of Australia. Recently I read two books by Australian authors where cowboys played a role one in Australia and one in Montana. One was an authentic setting in Broken Hill, Australia and one was a fictional town called Marietta in Montana, USA. I thought right, an Aussie is going to write a novel about cowboys in Montana. But I was agreeably surprised with the results. Here are my reviews on these two books…
Originally posted on HASTY TASTY MEALS KITCHEN:
Pineapple Angel Food Cake ? ? ? ? ? ? This recipe is not original. I picked it up years ago at a Weight Watcher’s® Meeting in Atlanta. It’s been posted many times on social media. Just in case you’ve missed it, here is a hasty tasty dessert…