Monday, 12 September 2016

The Elves of Eytherfel

Tanya Jones
Tanya Jones says “Amanae - Pronounced: (ah-MAWN-ah) - more pronunciations available here:” — Over a thousand years ago, the entire earth was a place of magic. Having powers and Mana was a normal part of life for all species. During a dark time, that all changed by a single man’s acti…


Catherine Spinola
Catherine Spinola says “Here's a sneek peek.. Subscribe today.!! September CatsNews out this week...Sign up today..!” — CatsNewsletter - August

What Makes You Put A Book Down? 

kathy gates
kathy gates says “J.K. Rowling, "Books are like mirrors: if a fool looks in, you cannot expect a genius to look out."” — Back in 2013, Goodreads took a poll of their members to find out what makes them put a book down. The results were fascinating, as shown by this infographic. Those…

Bob Cayne on Twitter

Dale Hollis
Dale Hollis says “Every day! Lol...” — “DOES THIS FEEL LIKE A FESTIVAL? @LindaSJaworski @Thebookhacker @Thebookhacker @ElGatoL0c0 @angelyawara @JuliaZek @DaleHollis1 @PrestonSpeaks”

Getting personal with Kealan Patrick Burke

Sylvia Stein
Sylvia Stein says “Getting personal with Kealan Patrick Burke via @Bky47111 —   Kealan Patrick Burke is without a doubt an amazing author, cover artist and man. He made the beautiful banner that I use for my blog. He has dozens of book covers for sale on his web site th…

A corner of Ashland Oregon

Nicci Carrera
Nicci Carrera says “A corner of Ashland Oregon” — Like I said in Monday’s post, I didn’t have much time to take photos during our short stay in Ashland, but I had noticed this historic hotel and used my few minutes to go there and take…

Old Faithful

Darlene Foster
Darlene Foster says “Old Faithful via @69DegreesNorth — In addition to Grand Prismatic, Old Faithful is one of the most iconic landmarks in Yellowstone. I knew I had something to look forward to, but was still surprised with the size and variety of Uppe…

An award for masochism?

Janet P. Reedman
Janet P. Reedman says “An award for masochism?”
The 1538 plot first saw Sir Geoffrey Pole arrested that autumn and compelled, by a threat to torture his servants, to give evidence about the activities of his exiled brother Regin…

A Question of Pulp

Neil Davies
Neil Davies says “Couldn't have said it better... spot on”
This new short story is coming a lot slower than the novel that preceded it, but I’m not worried. I’ve learned how to take my time with a story and give it room to brea…

Brain development: how reading helps.

suziew says “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go. Dr Seuss”
Reading with your baby and young child for brain development. Here are some of the benefits to sharing your favourite book.


▶Tom Noblett
▶Tom Noblett says “Here is my new vlog 'The Road Twip' had a lot of fun making this. Me & 3 friends driving round, hoping for tweets!”