Monthly Archives: June 2012

Free Publicity Fridays

There are books that entertain me and there are books that inform me and there are books that inspire me. Because of You by Jessica Scott  http://www.jessicascott.net/Welcome.html did all three. I LOVED this book. It was extremely well written and well edited … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Quixotic adjective Ideas or plans that are quixotic are not practical and usually do not succeed. By the time he finished his quixotic track career, Michael Oher would break the West Tennessee sectional record in the discus, and threaten it … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

What could be better than the perfect opportunity for revenge? This week’s free publicity goes to Elle Kenedy’s Welcome to Paradise, in which singer/songwriter Charlotte returns to the hometown that shunned her to deliver some very personal payback to the … Continue reading

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Cursed Kitchen

Monday was one of the strangest days of my life. It was disaster after disaster. I’ll sum up: The dishwasher ruined my favorite travel mug My daughter’s snow globe broke on the kitchen floor I fell and hurt my knee…on … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Trebuchet noun medieval artillery used during sieges; a heavy war engine for hurling large stones and other missiles In a tweet by author Virginia Kantra (http://www.virginiakantra.com/; see my review of her novel, Forgotten Sea, here https://jessigage.wordpress.com/2012/01/26/free-publicity-fridays-2/), she asked how many … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

A cold-as-ice, stuffy banker has a secret rebellious side. A quirky museum worker who tattoos her mistakes on her body longs to walk the straight and narrow. Ruthie Knox’s (http://www.ruthieknox.com/) About Last Night brings a pair of opposites together with a dazzling combination … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Malodorous adjective Unpleasant-smelling A guttural rumbling started deep in CJ’s gut and traveled upward until he released a loud, malodorous burp.–Barbara Kellyn, Morning Man, Kindle location 361

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