Tag Archives: Phyllis A. Whitney
Connect Five – List C!
Kathryn offers generous draws. The chance to win a book is motivating. I do not use Kindle and gladly accept every advantage! I love thinking-up multiple themes! I have had connection trouble with WordPress sites. E-mail is where I … Continue reading
Birth Year Reading 2018
I rejoined J.G. for her most well-known group too, making me a member of all three! It is my pleasure. I was a prize-winner from her collection, which thrills me and delivered good news when I needed it. I have … Continue reading
Carolyn’s My Kind Of Mystery
My reading groups are started for the year, this very month! Here is my own post, where I will keep track of my mystery reading, further to this group’s review page! I hope you will visit both to see … Continue reading
Mystery Tally & Cover Of 2015
My Kind Of Mystery 2015 guests: have you identified this book cover, author, and year for an extra entry into our year-end prize draw? There are no e-mails yet, so here are the hints I promised and they might as … Continue reading
Colourful, Ireland, Scotland
The mission (spelled with a Canadian ‘U’ if you please!) is to read 9 books containing any hues. As long as identical colours aren’t repeated, you can utilize absolutely any hue even from the same spectrum. This is much more flexible … 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
Last group of the year: Europe
I object to calling Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and England one country. They’re wonderfully diverse but this is a creative circle I happily board while it’s still 2012. The hostess doesn’t enforce lumping the United Kingdom and I applaud her extension to January 31, … Continue reading
Posted in Book / Novel / Literature Tagged Agatha Christie, Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, Lyn Hamilton, Maeve Binchy, Malta, Phyllis A. Whitney, Turkey, Wales 1 Comment
Victorian To Edwardian Themed
The theme of “Death By Gaslight” is mysteries set in, or written during the Victorian and Edwardian eras: 1837 – 1910. Any location and publication date, as long as the time frame fits. No more than 3 titles from the … Continue reading
Eclectic person and reader!
I had the pleasure of Shelley-Rae’s ‘Eclectic Reading Challenge’ and she has become a friend. Just as it takes me a while to compose sign-up posts, I’d better get closing off events I finished. There are many. Like more than 10! I … Continue reading
Mystery & Suspense Circle.
There are two levels: Read 12 mystery & suspense novels in 2012 Read 24 mystery & suspense novels in 2012 In June I discovered reading challenges and had a ball jumping in. I’m in 11 of them, an important … Continue reading
“Trembling Bay Ballad”, 2012
**** I advocate not spoiling a plot so anyone might read or watch. The following is sparse of detail; merely basics to give full impact to my “Wicked Wildfire Read-A-Thon” contest entry. With my focus on novel-authoring, I thought verse/lyric days were behind me! I … Continue reading
Posted in Book / Novel / Literature, History / Event Tagged C.M. Riedel, disaster, earthquake, fire, novel, Phyllis A. Whitney, San Francisco, The Trembling Hills, true event 1 Comment