Showing posts with label Holidays. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Holidays. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Welcome to October

What are your favorite spooky Halloween reads? One of my fav's is Witch Hunt by Wendy Corsi Staub

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Resolutions

Ok I know i'm late but better late than never. I think of these more as life resolutions than new years resolutions anyway.  so here we go...

1) Drink more water and less soda! I write this as I sip on a coke...FAIL!

2) Be punctual.  I am on time most of the time but I am aiming for 100%

3) Keep up to date with my writing and blogging.  I have a long list of topics I want to write about but keep procrastinating.

4) Finish my to do list.  This list never seems to go away.  I swear some things have been there forever.  I just need to find a way to permanently get rid of do laundry and clean house.

5) Work out.  Bet you'd never thought that would be on there lol.  I really got to get healthy.

6) Read more.  Yes it can be done and I will do it.  I have a goal of one day reading 100 books in a year.

7) Be less lazy.  This is why the to do list never ends

8) Work on goals.  I will never reach them if I never work on them.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Book Review: A Winter Wonderland by Fern Michaels, etc. (Anthology)

I like Fern Michaels but I will be honest I only read this book because of Leslie Meier.  If you're a fan of Leslie Meier's Lucy Stone series you won't be disappointed. The Christmas thief is short but sweet and well worth the read.  Lucy's daughter Elizabeth gets herself entangled in a mess and Mom Lucy and Miss Tilly come to the rescue.  I love the character of Miss Tilly, in my opinion one of the funniest characters in fiction.  She and Grandma Mazur from the Stephanie Plum series are absolute scene stealers.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Christmas

Getting all my decorations set up and figuring out which Christmas books to read this month. I'm thinking of reading the new Fern Michaels and Leslie Meier anthology. Leslie Meier is one of my favorites. What are some of your favorite Christmas books?