After consulting one of my friend’s many sided-gaming dice, the magic number was 6! Julie that is you! Congrats! Please send me your snail-mail address so I can send it off. If you haven’t contacted me by 0800 PST Saturday, 10 April, I will be forced to re-roll. You can reach me at e(DOT)bookpushers(AT)gmail(DOT)com.
*sad face* Well since I really really want to give away my signed copy of The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever by Julia Quinn and I didn’t receive any dialogue quotes during the alloted time period I am going to change the rules. */sad face* So here is the deal. If you comment on […]
My mother has been raving, probably since I graduated from college, about the wonders of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. It is held annually in April on the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) http://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks/. I have never managed to make it home during festival time unfortunately. This past March 13th and […]
Over this past week I had the pleasure of reading a historical romance set in an era that I must admit I haven’t read willingly since High School. Don’t get me wrong, I have overdosed on different settings including Scottish historical period, the regency and Victorian eras, the desert sheik/island millionaire/business tycoon, the Native American, […]
Sometime early last year I was either browsing my favorite book related blogs or looking on Amaxon.com for their list of recommended upcoming releases when I came across a book called Rosemary and Rue by Seanan McGuire. The back cover blurb caught my eye with the mention of a half Sidhe-half human Private Investigator, October […]
As a reader I have found myself more then once picking up a book, starting it and then deciding that it just isn’t working for me. Sometimes the book happens to be an old favourite and other times it is a new-to-me-author or book. There have even been those that I have put aside… then […]