Misery Loves Company by Paul Marino ARC. I have never written "27 pages of absolute crap" as my comment before. First time for everything. Serial Killers Anonymous turns into a pyramid scheme scam and then the main character is killed by a Native man and 50 prostitutes. I... Im still confused
Shiver me timbers I‘ve created a Facebook author page. I‘ll be posting all things pirate 🏴☠️ and nautical ⚓️, books I‘ve read and will read, and even giving updates on my creative writing ✍🏻 projects and the journey to publish my novel.
If you have a Facebook, please, feel free to LIKE the page.
Happy pillaging! ☠️⚔️
I follow Uncle Stevie on pretty much all social media because I ❤️ him. Today on FB he posted a new book being released September 10th. He gave ew.com an exclusive preview. Sorry I could post the link, but here is the information.
With every new entry, I love this mystery series more and more...I think this may be my favorite so far.
This one centers around a beautiful, rich but mad young heiress, and the author‘s handling of her manic highs, lows and violent tendencies is simply amazing! One feels sorry for her, terrified of her and irritated by her...all in the same sentence. She is surrounded mostly by those who wish to use/abuse her, but is she really an innocent 🔽
I‘m about to blast a few photos from my new cookbook courtesy of @ElishaLovesBooks 🙌🏻💕It‘s not in the database which is a bummer because it‘s outstanding. Millennial Kosher by Chanie Apfelbaum ( I believe she‘s a food blogger on IG known as Busy in Brooklyn) This is her idea for a rotisserie chicken. Use the core of a pineapple as a base for the chicken. I‘ll add ing list in comments😋
Philly likes to do fireworks for no reason at all. Due to all the fog the smoke is lingering. I still think it looks cool though.
Prime members get all 6 books free today. https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/firstreads
1. Yes. I can pay better attention to nonfiction though. 🤷🏻♀️ 2. Knit or crochet 3. Sew (Machine) 4. Bad narration and sometimes a bad recording. 5. Regular speed. I get my audiobooks from the library and I don‘t think I have the option to speed up. #tellmetuesday @Ke633
🐍 at all times!!!!
🐙 write 😣
🦈 they are so expensive if you can‘t get them from a free platform!
🐧 most often I do slower sometime regular if it‘s a re-listen but never faster!
Thanks @Ke633 that was fun!! #tellmetuesday
2. Favorite... well, I listen to them mostly while working (sewing). 🤣
3. Anything that involves typing. I start typing the words from audio book.
4. Occasionally the narrator. Also, waiting on library holds.
5. 2x faster, always. I can't listen any slower or I lose focus.
1. Yes, often.
2. Doing something I dislike such as housework. It takes my mind off it.
3. @shawnmooney sometimes reads a book while listening to it. I‘m trying to get the hang of it. It‘s harder than it sounds -for me anyway. Also on starting a book I need to pay strict attention to the audio.
4. I‘d like to know exactly how much time is left.
5. Reg speed but speed up if reader is slow or I must finish before loan runs out
My co-blogger, and all around brilliant friend, suggested I make a Google form to make adding your blog to the #LitsyBloggersList easier! So here it is, so fill it out and spread the word! The link to Google Sheet with all the blogs already collected will be in the comments. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSekbLBmsQMZxiAZLZoRnBRNZQhQuVAYNxFrsNis...
1/ at home
2/ Circe, Careless in Red (night audio), Brief Cases (car audio), Deep Lie (walk audio), Head Full of Ghosts (ebook), and The Witch of Blackbird Pond (ebook on my phone for when I‘m stuck somewhere).
3/ I don‘t really have a method; I just go with whatever appeals to me when it‘s time for a new book.
I love your new packaging, @Babiesandbooks 😍😍😍 Your note made me smile and I know my mom is going to l-o-v-e her bookmark 😁 I‘m giving it to her along with my favorite Agatha Christie books. She‘s never read her books but I know she‘ll like them. Thanks a bunch, Margaux!!! You‘re the best!!
3. With much deliberation, i read the first page in pile of books from different genres then pick whichever draws me in ❤️📚
1. at home
2. Mansfield Park, The Kind Worth Killing, Little French Bistro, Where'd You Go Bernadette, and I'm listening to They Both Die at the End
3. It all depends on how I feel when it's time to pick my next book, and what readalongs I've signed up for. 😁