If you haven’t read a PG Wodehouse book, I suggest you do so immediately. Start with The Inimitable Jeeves. I reread them all the time, often when I can’t sleep. They are amusing and comforting all at once.
What Do Readers Want? What makes or breaks a book? How do we rate the books, or determine if it is good literature or a good story? What do we want from an author event?
This is supposed to be fun. Feeling overwhelmed is not fun. Feeling accomplished is all the warm fuzzies. Here are some tips to being a good book blogger.
Welcome to Armchair Book Expo, an online conference for those of us who can’t attend Book expo in person. I’m pleased to be participating for the seventh year.
I’m not really one for your typical “beach read” but I do think summertime give us time devote to reading in a way that we don’t get to most of the year – vacations and camping, longer days, a slower pace of life in general. It’s a good time to dive into a brick of a classic, tackle a series or try a nonfiction in a new topic.