A reader’s perspective of match making character traits Finding a character trait that you can connect to can really make a story enjoyable. Granted, if the author gets the trait wrong it can be frustrating, but for the most part, I think I am able to find something about all the character’s I’m reading that… Read More An illustrator, a dancer and a weather forecaster walk into a blog…
A reader’s perspective through Shari Baumer’s book skills There are so many wonderful authors out there providing all of us book-a-holics with reading material, and I know I am not the only one thankful for their story and writing talents. I wanted to share other reader’s perspectives on various topics that have been brought up,… Read More A Different Reader’s Perspective
A reader’s perspective on working for a living. This month Ann Etter led off the Reader’s Perspective with professions. If you didn’t have a chance to read it check it out here. Ann’s a CPA, a pretty cool profession in my opinion. I like the idea of order and more black and white than lots… Read More Working for the weekend!
A reader’s perspective on seeking the right mood I wasn’t sure how to bring this topic up but then I read Catherine Friend’s blog that she posted here on Women and Words about how she uses books as an escape (check out that blog here!). It was written in the wonderful way that Ms. Friend… Read More A little bit darker now
A reader’s perspective on Vegas. We bought a house. Fun times, but uber stressful with the paperwork and just the sheer number written on the bottom line of how much we are going to owe. We just created a super intimidating relationship with a bank that is going to last for the next 30 years!!… Read More Taking on the house!
A reader’s perspective on relevance. The cruise was amazing! I enjoyed the scenery, being disconnected (mostly) from my phone and computer and having new and fun things to do. I felt completely spoiled with having my room cleaned every day, a wide variety of food available pretty much 24 hours a day, and room… Read More Cruising into history
A reader’s perspective of the aquatic romance. I’m going on a cruise to Alaska. Two years ago, when we started talking about such an adventure it sounded awesome and great and amazing! It was the final frontier and we were going. (Does anyone else start humming the theme to Star Trek when people talk about… Read More Cruisin!