book reviews

oopsie Daisy

Q: Why, oh why, did you leave Daisy twisting in the wind like that? Curse you! May you burn in hell! (But after you write Daisy’s story.) A: WARNING. There

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Angel Lane!

You’ll want to live on Angel Lane when you read this terrific new novel by Sheila Roberts. Here’s her guest post: DOUBLE THE FUN What’s more fun than having a

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sometimes funny, sometimes poignant

Of all the upcoming reviews for Lakeshore Christmas, I was probably sweating this one out the most–Library Journal. Because the plot involves saving the library, I reeeealllly wanted them to

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sarcasm and sweetness

I’m loving this review from RT. Thanks RT! LAKESHORE CHRISTMAS by Susan Wiggs RT Rating: ****½ Publisher: MIRA Published: October 2009 Type: Contemporary Romance Combining sentiment with sarcasm and sweetness

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two great reads

One of the perks of being a writer is that people send you advance reading copies (ARCS) of upcoming books. How much do we love that, people? I’m going to

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the vast publishing conspiracy

Real quick–what’s wrong with these pictures? Quick answer: nothing. Not a blessed thing. Well, except  maybe they didn’t sell so well back in the early 90s, which put the author’s survival (sales-wise)

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christmas in july

No really, I mean it. CHRISTMAS IN JULY. The ARCs (Advance Reading Copies) for Lakeshore Christmas are out. Yay! They sent me exactly three copies. One each for my friends

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more northwest goodness

As if my roundup of romance wasn’t enough, here’s something else to tempt you: Local, national authors dish up their favorite recipes By Mary Ann Gwinn Seattle Times book editor

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"I don't care"

“I don’t care what you think, as long as it’s about me.” This is exactly how I feel when I get a raspberry from a reviewer. This is a very

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shelf awareness

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