Guest Lana Cooper: Can Fiction Really Tell It Like It Is?: What Inspired Me to Write “Bad Taste In Men”

There’s a common ground writers and readers share — the operative word in this case being “share.” Both love sharing a good story and losing (and finding) themselves in something that seems larger, or at least a little more exciting, than everyday life. The act of telling a story and listening to a story is…

50 in 2014: Frosted Shadow by Nancy Warren

I was given a free copy of this book to review. That did not influence my review in any way.   This was genuinely a pleasant surprise to read! I’ve been waffling about reading lately, knitting and watching TV instead. Then I volunteered to review this book. I am so glad I did! My reading mojo is back! Frosted…

50 in 2013: A Secondhand Murder by Lesley A. Diehl

Yesterday I was lucky enough to have Lesley Diehl guest blog about alternate moms. Today I’m talking about her latest novel, A Secondhand Murder. Eve Appel settles in Florida to escape her manipulative cheating husband and opens a secondhand store with a friend. Things get dicey when a customer is stabbed while shopping. The victim…