MEET AUTHOR LINDA MAHKOVEC Christmastime Interview questions for Linda’s Book Obsession – December, 2017 What was the inspiration for the Christmastime series? I grew up with stories of the WWII years. My dad was a B-17 tail gunner and my mom trained as a nurse in the Cadet Program,
Month: December 2017
MY REVIEW OF ‘TWISTED THREADS’ BY KAYLIN MCFARREN I was captivated and intrigued by “Twisted Threads” by Author Kaylin McFarren. This is the fourth book in the “THREAD” series and I did feel an a disadvantage. I would suggest that you read the other books to understand the characters and plot in a better way.
My Review of “Not Perfect” by Elizabeth LaBan What would you do if your husband left after a disagreement, and just seemed to disappear? He is not answering your texts or your frantic telephone calls? Where is he? What is happening? After being so captivated and engrossed in “Not Perfect” by Elizabeth LaBan, these are
Exciting News “The Saturday Evening Girls Club” is on sale on Amazon this month – $1.99 on Kindle and $6.99 paperback. WOW! JANE HEALEY MENTION: ***** A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE NEXT BOOK:: Also here is the Publisher’s Marketplace announcement about my next book which I’m trying to work on this morning, little tired
Lindas Book Obsession Review of “Back Home at Firefly Lake” by Jen Gilroy, Forever(Grand Central Publishing) December 5, 2017 My Review of “Back Home at Firefly Lake” by Jen Gilroy What a heartwarming and enjoyable novel Jen Gilroy has written in “Back Home at Firefly Lake”. The genres for this story are Fiction,
Lindas Book Obsession Interview with Author JANE HEALEY, Author of “ The Saturday Evening Girl’s Club”. What motivated you to write your Historical novel “The Saturday Evening Girls Club”(which I loved. Thank you Linda! I’m so so thrilled you liked it. So I wrote the SEGC after writing an article about their namesake pottery.
MY REVIEW OF “THE GIRL IN THE TOWER’ BY KATHERINE ARDEN I was captivated by “The Girl in the Tower” by Katherine Arden. This is the second book that follows “The Bear and the Nightingale” The genres for the this story are Fairytale, Folktale, Fantasy, Adventure and Fiction with an essence of magic. “The Girl