Hello Book Lovers of Bloglandia, Just a very quick post this week to let you know about a terrific sale going on over at Kobo. From now through the 24th of May you can get gobs of books for 40% off via Kobo's cleverly titled "May 40% Off Sale" Now, while the sale isn't going … Continue reading A Little Book Sale from Kobo….
Hello Book Lovers of Bloglandia, So, as you might have noticed from my two previous posts, I finally got away for a vacation last month. Hoorah! By the way, if you missed those posts, you can travel vicariously to the Big Island of Hawaii through my pictures HERE and HERE And part of my vacation plans … Continue reading April’s Top Three Reads (or Not)
Hello Book Lovers of Bloglandia, This was a terrible month for reading. Not as in I didn't find time to read, but as in, many of the books I started were just plain boring, terribly written, or otherwise lackluster. Some I muddled through because I kept hoping they might get better, but many more got … Continue reading March’s Top Three Reads (after MANY duds)
Hello Bloglandia, Break out the reading glasses and the mugs of tea (with plenty of cookies, of course) because it is party time for us book nerds. Now, this is the main week for partying since it's Read-An-Ebook Week. But come on, we know there's no time limit on celebrating reading, enjoying books, and discovering … Continue reading Book Nerd Party Time!! It’s Read an Ebook Week!
Hello Bloglandia, Okay, yes, we're already over a week into March, and I'm already chin deep into March's to-read list, so this February Top Reads is a little late. But book recommendations don't care what the calendar says, do they? Actually, I don't think they care about much or anything. Lucky bastards. Anyway, onto my … Continue reading Murderous Old Ladies, Precocious Kids, and Icepicks! February’s Top Reads
Hello Bloglandia!!! Most of the time I come across something I'm told is "new and amazing and innovative" it's not. Or maybe I'm just overly cynical. But recently I learned about a new way to support indie/local bookstores that really did seem amazing and pretty darn innovative. The site is called Bookshop.org and I mentioned … Continue reading Bookshop.org: A “New” Way to Support Your Favorite Indie Bookstore
Happy Tuesday Everyone! Just a quick pop into Bloglandia for me today to share some recent praise thrown at my new book Hoard It All Before. I was a little nervous about this review because Mr. Pongratz rarely holds back when a book doesn't work, when the characters are dull, or when the plot is … Continue reading (REPOST) Book Review: Hoard It All Before — Jonathan Pongratz
Hello Bloglandia!! Books. They're like puppies and kittens...you just can't resist them. Books. They're like potato chips...one just won't do. Which could also be said for puppies and kittens, but then we start needing to have discussions about animal hoarding, and I'm not prepared to go there this early in the morning. Anyway.... Just a … Continue reading These Books Want YOU…Resistance Is Futile!
Hello Again Bloglandia! After a brief break yesterday, I'm back!! Now, if the Google gods have sent you to this post by some sort of search witchery, here's a little catch up (which is not the same as ketchup or catsup)... This week saw the launch of Hoard It All Before, the first book in … Continue reading How to Turn an Elephant Into a Dragon