So as I’m adding books to my new Book Crawler app, I’m also adding yet-to-be-released books that I want to buy/read. Believe it or not, I tend to rely on my friends to keep me in the loop when it
Yesterday I blogged over on the Samhain blog about having bought a second copy of a book accidentally–again–and wondered if there was a program that I could use that would alert me to whether I already owned the book. One
I’m blogging over on Samhain Publishing’s blog today — I’m talking about keeping track of the books I’ve read or bought. And my unfortunate propensity for buying duplicate books. Since I posted it, Gizmo Guy has been scouring the web
My reading habits have changed over the years: this year was definitely the year of the contemporary. Since it’s that time of year for reflection, I’ve looked back at some of my favorite books I’ve read. Thanks to suggestions on
Over on Facebook, Dana Marie Bell posted a note about the 15 Fictional Characters that have influenced her and tagged me to do it next. I figured it was an interesting topic and thought I’d share my list here too.
Something strange has happened. My TBR (To Be Read) pile is down to a half dozen books. Yes, I know. Shocking, isn’t it? I’ve just finished reading Jane Porter’s She’s Gone Country, and thoroughly enjoyed it. In fact, it stuck
In a conversation with a friend a while back, I commented that as a reader she probably read a lot more than I did as a writer. I USED to read a lot more for pleasure than I do now–now
As you’ll see in the post below, I’ve read 104 books this year. (I would have read more, especially e-books but my pockets contain mainly lint these days.) Actually I’ve probably read a few more than those on the list