Hello, I usually buy my books either from a local bookstore or via Amazon, iBooks, or Kobo. However, I needed a book right away for a class I was taking and ran across an app that allowed me to use my library card to check out the book on my iPad. Did you know that you can borrow e-Books and audiobooks for free using a simple app on your phone or tablet? Have you met Libby? Libby is a great app and the easiest way to get read digital books, audiobooks, and magazines directly
Hey everyone, I finished the advance copy of The Mykonos Mob (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries Book 10) by Jeffrey Siger. The Mykonos Mob is the first book that I have read of Jeffry Siger. I liked this book enough that I will check out his previous books and read the series. The characters are believable in their portrayal and actions. The dialogue was crisp and the plot satisfying. There were a few places where I skipped several pages due to the editorial informatio
Last week I introduced a new feature about posting a weekly Book Recommendation. I haven't finished another book since my post on Save the Cat by Blake Snyder. But I did get an advance copy of The Mykonos Mob (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries Book 10) by Jeffrey Siger and am diving right into the action. In the coming week(s), I will provide an update and review of this book and more. Have a wonderful week.
I am trying a new feature and will be posting a weekly (hopefully) Book Recommendation. Today's feature is Save the Cat by Blake Snyder. Hollywood says it’s all in the logline or one-line. What is the logline? The logline is a sentence grabber that tells everything about the movie in one sentence. If the hook is done well, it can draw in people to want to find out more. With so much information and data coming at each of us through social media and television, is it any wonde