Here’s a twisty, eye-catching piece of art for us booklovers. Would you have this in your house?
This made me laugh. (Also, nod in recognition.)
Ha! The debate rages on. :)
My latest newsletter goes out on Tuesday, featuring a fun and insightful interview with bestselling author Anna J. Stewart — and a fabulous giveaway! I’m thrilled to be giving away three print copies of Anna’s The Rancher’s Homecoming.
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Must ask this periodically! I get so many great additions to my TBR pile. :)
Coming soon in my next newsletter . . . an exclusive (and very fun!) interview with one of my favorite authors, the super-talented Anna J. Stewart. Anna writes sweet to sexy romance for Harlequin’s Heartwarming and Romantic Suspense lines, is an RWA Golden Heart nominee and Daphne Du Maurier Award for Excellence finalist, and a USA Today and national bestselling author.
Here are some of the questions I’m asking Anna:
I’m also giving away three print copies of Anna’s The Rancher’s Homecoming. (Don’t you just love the gorgeous cover?!?) Subscribers to my newsletter are automatically entered into the giveaway.
Want to learn more about Anna and her books? Visit her at her website.
Here’s an interesting book storage idea.
I must admit, though, I’m ambivalent. On the one hand, you’d have more room for books. (Always a good thing.) On the other hand, wouldn’t they get (ugh) dirty with all the foot traffic? What say you — yes or no?
Hahaha, I love this.
Over on Twitter, author and advocate Sarah MacLean’s been dialoguing with Patton Oswalt about some great romance novels for a newbie-to-the-genre like himself. She’s recommending Free Fall by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner; Let Us Dream by Alyssa Cole; Wanted: A Gentleman by KJ Charles; Thirsty by Mia Hopkins; and Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas.
What are your recommendations for a newbie like Patton Oswalt? Join the conversation on my Facebook page!