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Books, books, and more books! This week's topic: Books I reread or want to reread. My list is massive on my favorite books and spans a variety of genres. Here is my list (mostly ones I've reread and a couple I'm planning on rereading). I tried to keep it short. ;) Lion of Ireland by Morgan Llywelyn Pillars of the Earth by Kenn Follett The Shadowy Horses by Susanna Kearsley Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley Outlander by Diana Gabaldon Hawaii by James Michener Emma by Ja
For this week's challenge, I didn't have to think twice. The topic: My celebrity crushes. Now I'm not going to tell you how many I had as a teenager, since the list from a shy, curly-haired teen would be massive. Seriously! I worshiped these crushes in silent adoration. However, as an adult, there are only two. And in no particular order. Errol Flynn. Need I say anything more? Well I could go on and on. Let me profess that this bad boy actor made my knees weak whenever he ent
If you've read my Winter Newsletter, I stated, "A new year of possibilities beckons!" Yep! This has become my word for 2020, and I'm eager to try something new. Although I'm late in jumping into this challenge, I'm hopping on board the Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge hosted by Long and Short Reviews. The topic for today is: Best book/movie/TV couples. Honestly, I could twist this topic into so many meanings. Seriously, my friends. Does it mean my favorite book turned into
Award-winning Celtic paranormal and fantasy romance author.