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Tweet The Pond has been experiencing some comment errors recently, and we’re trying to keep up with WordPress’ updates, which unchecks the Allow Comments box – thus our problem – and with Sybil playing with buttons that are better left alone! So bear with us, and keep trying to leave those comments. We should be […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of All For You (de Piaget, Book 15) by Lynn Kurland Time Travel Romance published by Jove 24 Apr 12 I always enjoy Lynn Kurland’s books. Her writing quality is difficult to surpass and not many authors do. She makes you feel good, gives you love and romance, along with a […]
Tweet Yes, yes…I know I’m late getting my list ready for you, faithful reader. Life gets busy sometimes and I get distracted. But here I am with my list! Yay!! Onward!
Tweet The last couple of years when I’ve chosen my top books of the year, I’ve had a difficult time naming my number one book. Well, this year it’s been much easier. Where I have difficulty is choosing one book over another in the same series by an author. So I made up my own […]
Tweet I like reading. Always have, probably always will. It started with easy stuff, like Nancy Drew and the Animorphs. (Not that Nancy Drew and the Animorphs aren’t awesome.) Then my third-grade teacher gave me Watership Down by Richard Adams. I almost always list that one on my favorite books list because it convinced me […]
Tweet I’m Laura J and I love to read.
Tweet You want the truth? Well some of it, anyway. I’m an adult and I write novels for adults. And I love writing them, so I’m not about to stop. I write for Ellora’s Cave, Samhain Publishing, Loose-Id Publishing and Total E-Bound, and I love it. The best job I’ve ever had.
Tweet You should send that into Reader’s Digest. They have a page for people like you. – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Tweet Once Upon a Time I was one of those kids who was always reading books until the wee hours, under the covers, with a flashlight. I always thought my mom didn’t know how much I sneaked my reading, but have since learned she knew alllll about it and just didn’t mind – she was […]
Tweet Okay, so, about me…let’s see. I love reading, I love books, I love holding books, buying books, sharing books, and even just looking at my books.
Tweet Final Update: If I have this right… ONE. THOUSAND. ONE. HUNDRED. FIFTY. DOLLARS! WE DID IT!!! WE DID IT!!! Our current goal is 260 comments… but I’m holding on hope that more people will step in with donations (of any amount) if we hit higher numbers! <3 Keep it coming! And to think, this […]
Tweet My thoughts on RomCon are all over the place. If you want an extremely detailed minute by minute playbook, this is not where you’ll get that. RomCon? Well, I’d do it again. I’ve never been to any conferences/conventions before 2010, but this year I’ve hit up RT, Lori Foster’s get together, and now RomCon. […]
Tweet Ok – so I’ve decided to celebrate random holidays each year. Last year it was the Chinese/Lunar New Year. This year, after a quick and random, totally unscientific twitter poll… it was decided 2010 I’d highlight Earth Day.
Tweet So… you might remember my part 2 of 3 post awhile back, titled Speak, Boo Boo, Speak. I wanted you to know that winners have been chosen and notified, and prizes have gone out. First up, there’s the grand prize winner who got a copy of Leave Me Breathless by the fabulous HelenKay Dimon. […]
Tweet As we all know, there are some crazies on teh interwebs. We’ve all heard about them, read them, or even experienced them. If you’re an author, you might also get the bonus of getting some crazy emails. Fan letters, hate letters, the works. Every so often, an author will mention a “speshul” email on […]