Tag Archives: Juliet Blackwell
Connect Five – List H
Kathryn offers a generous bimonthly draw and the chance to win a book is motivating. I love thinking-up themes. I have succeeded at finishing eleven connections! I have been reading up a storm! Here is “List H”. Accessing WordPress has … Continue reading
Definition Of The Broad “Cozy Genre”.
My blog celebrates its fifth anniversary! Please enjoy the kitty photographs I share relating to the formation of RIEDEL Fascination. My blog’s foremost purpose is to furnish a writer with a public place to write and invite conversations. One of my … Continue reading
Women & Diversity Of Literature
I was a guest when Valentina launched “Women” and look forward to a new one, from New Zealand. I had my eye on the diversity theme because I support it whole-heartedly and own qualifying literature. The first must is that groups I … Continue reading
Global, British, Wishes
List 12 books you have been excited about, longer than 2013! It might be surprising: rather than read what I love (paranormal, gothic, mystery); I strategize to get others out of the way. With these, I have membership in a total of 40 … Continue reading
Outlets For Series
More than halfway through the year I discovered ‘reading challenges’ and completed all 17 I chose. I’m being daring in 2013, imagining the good I can do starting right in January! I’m joining more of these pleasant circles than ever. Out … Continue reading
Socrates x III
With so many wonderful activity themes to try, I’m generating requisite sign-up commitments in fewer posts. That’s a trend I’d like hosts to do different, as well as diversifying a January start. I have time for one blog and it isn’t solely for … Continue reading
I am passionate about numerous subjects but 16 activities I partcipated in -from about September to December- toppled the reading topic. I thank my non-bookie subscribers for bearing with that. Stay tuned for a variety of great subjects I’m going to have fun with. To minimize ‘closing … Continue reading
Cozy Theme Conquered.
I’ve said and will say it again: ‘cozy’ is a weak, lame word for a heading! I cringe if it is used in reviews and urge everyone to just say ‘mystery’. However since I enjoy so many authors labelled thusly; I must be … Continue reading
Silly name but love the genre.
Isn’t ‘cozy’ a stupid name for novels? I love a paranormal aura. Like gothics, some authors continue to write ghost stories: EJ Copperman, Alice Kimberly, Christie Fifield, PJ Alderman. Whenever keeners throw around “nice cozy” in reviews, I wince! The genre means stories propelled by … Continue reading
A witch novel challenge!
THE LEVELS Initiate: read 01 – 05 books Maiden: read 06 – 10 books Mother: read 11 – 15 books Crone: read 16 – 20 books With pleasure I join Witch Reading! From Jan 1 – Dec 31; some readers halfway in. If I’d read … Continue reading