All of James J Cudney's books are on sale this month... but this one is extra special! On June 12th, Nicole over at TheBookwormDrinketh is hosting a virtual book club meeting to discuss Father Figure. Jay will be joining us and there are some fantastic prizes to be had too. Check out Nicole's post to... Continue Reading →
Why I love Historical Fiction
I adore how well-written historical fiction can bring an emotional understanding to issues that no textbook ever could. In doing so, readers / students / historians even can connect with a piece of the past in an even more authentic way. What are some of your favourites in this genre? Given my profession, as I... Continue Reading →
FREE KINDLE DOWNLOAD: Academic Curveball (12/4 thru 12/8)
FREE KINDLE DOWNLOAD: Academic Curveball (12/4 thru 12/8) http://thisismytruthnow.com/2019/12/04/free-kindle-download-academic-curveball-12-4-thru-12-8/ — Read on thisismytruthnow.com/2019/12/04/free-kindle-download-academic-curveball-12-4-thru-12-8/ One of my favourite cozy mystery series. Check it out today!
Review of Broken Heart Attack by James J. Cudney
My blog buddy is back at it again with Book 2 in the Braxton Campus Mysteries and I'm thrilled to be sharing my review today. When an extra ticket becomes available to see the dress rehearsal of King Lear, Kellan tags along with Nana D and her buddies.When one of them dies of an... Continue Reading →
The Kooky Kids’ Club…. coming soon!
What a cute and sweet and wonderful letter from Robbie and Shalini! I was excited to read Robbie's latest book, and very happy to sign up for the blog tour but now I'm buzzing with excitement for the tour to begin! If you're not familiar with these darlings get over ASAP to Shalini's and... Continue Reading →
Awesome Blogger Award (2)
I was nominated by Joe @ StoreysofStories. Thanks very much Joe. I know he's hard at work writing for the NaNoWriMo challenge and I just want to wish him all the best in this last week! He also loves to send me tags and challenges just to see which of us can annoy the other... Continue Reading →
Remember November #RemNovember
Kathy from Books & Munches hosts reading challenges each month (and provided that cute featured image). The last one I did was in February, I believe. I saw this coming month's challenge and knew I had to give it a try too. November's challenge is called Remember November. The challenge is pretty straightforward: all you... Continue Reading →
Happy Birthday to The Cozy Pages!!!
About a week ago, Word Press sent me the notification that it was the anniversary of creating my blog. Today, however, is the one year anniversary on my first post. It's been a truly wonderful year, getting to know so many bloggers from around the world. Many of us are drawn to bookblogging as... Continue Reading →
Terry Pratchett Read-a-thon: Book 1- The Colour of Magic
Some logistics first: If you want to participate in the Terry Pratchett Read-a-thon, just give Nicole a shout out for the next book at The Bookwork Drinketh. Today the focus is on Book 1- The Colour of Magic but I believe there are more to come. The synopsis: “Twoflower was a tourist, the first... Continue Reading →
Review of Cherringham: A Cosy Crime Series, Episode 1-3
Thank you very much to Cathy over at Between the Lines for introducing me to this series. It was a great find. Jack's a retired ex-cop from New York, seeking the simple life in Cherringham. Sarah's a Web designer who's moved back to the village to find herself. But their lives are anything but... Continue Reading →