>Thursday’s Recommended Reading!

>This Thursday’s In-The-Know Recommends come from Debbie Campbell, owner of Statesboro, Georgia’s independent bookstore The Book and Cranny. For the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Fan:Echo by Jack McDevittDescribed as satisfying, masterful, and suspenseful, McDevitt’s work challenges and haunts his readers — Echo is no exception. Available in November. For The YA Reader:The Lost Hero by Rick RiordanMore from … Continue reading >Thursday’s Recommended Reading!

>Lady Rider

> by Catriona Iams, Lady of Harley, and writer of historical fiction and historical romance As many of my friends know, I ‘ride bitch.’ As of September, I’m a ‘lady rider.’ I think I’ll still ride bitch from time-to-time, after all, it’s an intimate way to travel, and I’m new to this. If it’s dark … Continue reading >Lady Rider

>Susanna’s Review of His Majesty, the Prince of Toads by Delle Jacobs

> Book description: Sometimes it takes more than a kiss to change a toad into a handsome prince. When Captain Lucas Deverall returns from the Peninsular War to succeed to his deceased brother’s title, he grudgingly decides to take back his wife. But even before he learns the circumstances of his inheritance, he encounters her … Continue reading >Susanna’s Review of His Majesty, the Prince of Toads by Delle Jacobs

>Recommended Reading!

>Recommendations from H – the world’s best Borders manager BAYOU MOON by Ilona Andrews Second in her Edge chronicles. After her parents are kidnaps, Cerise must keep her family together and protect their properties from the strange creatures that live in the Mire, a region of swamplands which exist in between US and magical realm … Continue reading >Recommended Reading!

>Regency Roses

>Some of us who love words the same way we love gardens — the lush creative profusion, the careful nurturing, the riot of extravagance that is a blossom, any blossom. Glory glory glory. So a special treat for those who love both. Writer Amy Corwin is guest blogging over at The Fascination Files on Regency … Continue reading >Regency Roses

>Suicide is stupid

>I’m just going to come right out and say it, suicide is stupid. It is, as my father likes to say, a permanent solution to a temporary problem. But of course, that’s the 40 year old me talking. The 14 year old me would have said it was a perfectly reasonable choice. That is one … Continue reading >Suicide is stupid