This inability to accept adult realities goes a long way toward explaining such phenomena as Cubs fans, ‘lite’ cheesecake, and Republican presidential candidates.
Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Sites offering copies of pirated e-books now abound on the web. Authors work hard… writing alone…
Magic realism is a genre that I like better before and after (as opposed to during) the experience. Actually reading the book is work. Or maybe the hard work happens at the beginning, when you have to turn off all the ways you normally look at and think about the world.
…the 1984 commercial on Superbowl XVIII directed by Ridley Scott that changed my life.
I can think of no better culture clash than America and Ireland. I say this because I happen to know to the Irish, we Americans are a bit brazen, we have the annoying habit of being direct. But the Irish are a discreet lot, culled from a set of delicate social manners that seem to dance around everything, leaving an American such as I with much guesswork.
Should you shield the canyons from the windstorms you would never see the true beauty of their carvings. ― Elisabeth …
Has a friend ever asked you to review a book you didn’t like?
Rosie Amber’s Friday Five challenge is to take ONLY FIVE MINUTES to browse an unfamiliar category and select a book …
I’ve never been a fan of blaming future generations for the sins of the fathers, but it’s a popular trope with certain gods, villains, and really pissed off ex-lovers.
In this character-driven humorous thriller, Daisy is a one-woman curvy strawberry-blonde bombshell force of nature. She can’t hold a job, can’t cook, and has a strange sense of dress. Her trademark charm, humor, and joy in life can send any situation spinning out of control, threatening her and hapless partner Solomon with danger, and even chance of death, but just as often providing the clues needed to solve the case.