Monthly Archives: October 2014
The last two books I’ve read have been wonderful, but I wouldn’t consider either of them high-end fiction. They were more like time spent with friends, both old and new. When I started The Folded Earth I was struck immediately … Continue reading
The release of Anne Rice’s latest entry in her Vampire Chronicles series (now in it’s 38th year) surprised me when I learned about it back in March, but I’m delighted that it finally arrived on Tuesday. It looks like it’s … Continue reading
It’s true. I started a new project before I finished the orange cowl, in spite of certain promises I may have made about finishing that project. But this weekend I was reminded of how much I love making simple … Continue reading
Forget responsible reading! That’s what purgatory is for! Jill’s thoughts on Kim Harrison’s The Witch with No Name.
Anyone who has been reading the blog for a while knows of my love for Kim Harrison’s The Hollows series. The Witch with No Name came out in early September and I’ve had a heck of a time not reading … Continue reading
It took every ounce of self-control I had to not walk to my book room Sunday night and pick up the next book in this series. Diana Gabaldon has a way with words. So where was I with my summary? … Continue reading