Book Love Blog Hop

Cathy tagged me to join in the Book Love Blog Hop. Carrie Finison created A Book Love Blog Hop. It’s a wonderful idea and a great reminder to show books some extra love. BOOK LOVE Blog Hop Instructions 1. Pick some books you love (any genre) that you think deserve more attention than they are getting. (As […]

Reader University: Give

This is the twelfth post in a series of 12 ways to help authors (and your writing) by reading. This can be another form of “buying,” but I see it as a little different. Consider giving a book: to all ages. books for all occasions. books as love notes. As a parent to a toddler, […]

Reader University: Buy

This is the eleventh post in a series of 12 ways to help authors (and your writing) by reading. And, here is where we spend money.  Consider buying:  a print book a digital version as many as you can Buying books is essential to your writing career. If you don’t buy books (when you can), […]

Reader University: Travel

This is the tenth post in a series of 12 ways to help authors (and your writing) by reading. When we travel, books are always on our packing list.  Travel frees up reading time. My family travels: with print books. with an ereader — Kindle or iPad. ready to chat about books. We always find […]

Reader University: Connect

This is the ninth post in a series of 12 ways to help authors (and your writing) by reading. Making connections can be an easy task in this digital landscape. For starters, connect with authors: online at signings on topic I really enjoy connecting with authors via social media and blogs. If you love an […]