The Descendants is a novel about a dysfunctional family that has to pull itself together as their wife/mother lies dying in the hospital. Continue reading
Hello! It’s that time of year again – time to reveal the 2022 Thoughtful Reading Challenge! Continue reading
Salvation of a Saint is a clever mystery that had me guessing not “whodunit” but “howtheydunit” until the very end. Well done, Mr. Higashino! Continue reading
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The Last Thing He Told Me is an absorbing mystery/suspense novel that just might make you wonder if you really know the one you’re with. Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I’ve already started my Christmas shopping. Supply chain issues are moving the holiday gift buying timeline up for a lot of us, so I wanted to help you out by providing some gift ideas for the readers in your life. (Or you can add them to your own wish list!) Continue reading
Horrorstor is a horror story that takes place in an Ikea-like big box store. It’s blend of horror and comedy had me chuckling even as I was cringing. Continue reading
Thank You for Your Generosity!
Last month I posted an invitation to help me celebrate ten years of LIVING with ALS by donating to the ALS Association. Once again, you came through and helped me raise over $22k for ALSA. I have the best blog readers! Continue reading
Pirate Hunters is the fascinating true story of the search for the pirate ship the Golden Fleece, only the second pirate shipwreck ever found. When you’re done reading it, you’ll be packing your scuba gear and heading to the Dominican Republic to hunt for treasure. Continue reading
Cold Storage, Alaska is a quirky novel that alternates between humor, violence, and pathos. I liked it! Continue reading
This is my annual plea for donations to the ALS Association, but this year is a little different. I’m commemorating ten years of living with ALS by setting some lofty fundraising goals. Continue reading