I’m thinking a weekly roundup of sharable blog posts–posts I’ve read over the last week that might be of interest to folks–would be a fun thing to do. And yes, I’ll admit I’m stealing the idea from Visible and Real. Although, really, I bet she stole it from someone else first. You know how those blogger-types are. 😉
So what did I find this week? Continue reading →
Categories: Weekly Linkroll
| Tags: Book Bloggers, Ellis Nelson, Feministe, John Scalzi, Natania Barron, Peter Jackson, Readercon, Rob Kroese, Susan Bigelow, The Hobbit, Visible and Real, Voynich Manuscript, writing
The enemy of every hearth, Lilith visits homes and devours children. When a graduate student writing a thesis on Lilith meets the demoness in the shape of a barn owl, she sees the perfect research opportunity … until she learns Lilith is hungry for her child! Will Evelyn be able to protect her son from the owl’s tearing beak and dark heart? Will she be able to keep her husband from falling to Lilith’s wiles? Will she be able to learn who — and what — Lilith is in time to save her child, her marriage, and her mind?
Just this week, I signed up at the new book review website, Book Bloggers. Rob Kroese created the site to make it easier for publishers and writers to get their books seen and reviewed. You can read about what inspired him and what his motivations are here.
I don’t have books that need reviewing yet (soon, my pretties, soon), but the idea of reviewing books for other writers needing their signals boosted was very appealing, so, here we are with my first Book Bloggers review: Lilith by Christine Emmert. Continue reading →
Categories: Books/Authors, Reviews, Women
| Tags: Book Bloggers, books, Christine Emmert, Edgar Allan Poe, HP Lovecraft, Lilith, mythology, reviews, Rob Kroese, Shirley Jackson