A reader’s perspective on family. Last week Ann Etter gave us a phenomenal blog about family and community. Specifically the family that is found in the pages of our wonderful LesFic stories. Family that is sometime born into and sometimes made. If you didn’t have a chance to read it yet, check it out here.… Read More Remember when?
A reader’s perspective on….Seriously. This one has spoilers! Finishing off the theme of reading outside our usual for this month I am going to talk about books that require a conscientious effort to pick up because I know there is going to be a plot twist in it that I absolutely hate. And because it… Read More Spoilers!
I’m going to do something this week that I haven’t done before. I’m not going to talk about books. Instead I am going to relate an experience that happened to me several weekends ago that is still bouncing around in my head and is specifically women oriented. As many of you know, I enjoy riding… Read More Is Women Only possible?
A reader’s perspective on trying a new sub-genre. Last Saturday, Ann’s Reader’s Perspective brought up an interesting idea of breaking out of the usual (check it out here). It made me think of Alma Rose by Edith Forbes where the main character, Pat Lloyd, talks about the books that she orders. In her orders she… Read More Try it! You just might like it.
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!