Another cozy mystery from my SoCal author friend, Karen. #3, so grab them all, sit back and escape your troubles for a while!
Release day for Murder in Blue Gingham! This is the third Bridal Shop Cozy Mystery. Check out the great reviews from advance readers!
This is a fun monthly event that's free except for the purchase of a tasty beverage or snack. Great for readers, as well as writers with great discussion of each author's reading. Join us if you're in the area.
South O.C. readers... this sounds interesting!
Assets you may not know about O.C. even if you live here... great for writers, artists and those who love to enjoy their work.
My fellow OC writers, look how smart we are (and some of our notables get a mention too):
Sorry for no activity of late. It's been a challenging few months, and I've moved recently. Hope to revitalize this page soon! In the meantime, check out the new Orange County page on HometownReads.com! https://hometownreads.com/city/orange-county
Check out my friend Sheila, another local author (Ventura) Better yet, get the whole series. Enjoyable reads!
Can't help sharing--another wonderful review:
Need some books to read? Here's a list from reviewers of their favorites.
A fried of mine, amazing artist and writer, has just shared two of her books on HometownReads.com. I suggest you check them out and see some other authors in your hometown. Great site for readers and/or authors!
I'd love to hear your thoughts, as readers or authors about an author website. Why do you like them?
Here's a fun gift for a senior in your life. Awesome creativity from my friend, Marilyn
I am looking for at least 10 local O.C. authors who would like to join FREE and create an Orange County local authors group at HometownReads.com Pass this on if you love to read local or know an author who wants more exposure. https://hometownreads.com/join/author
This is an interesting article and discussion. One thought I had is that not only do these classics present universal themes of character, but also history through fiction. My favorite way to learn about the past in high school and beyond. What do you think?
What do you think? Is it better for a teacher to "engage" her students with new, perhaps relevant literature? Or force her students to read outdated classics? (One poster claims that it is not a teacher's duty to "engage" her students, but to "teach" them.)