Star Trek Babies: Spock & the Power of a Mother’s Love

Baby Spock appears in one of the original series’ movies too, but it’s my least favorite one.  So, I’d rather not talk about it.  I’m not a huge fan of the new Star Trek movies, because they seem more space action than original Gene Roddenberry vision.  But, I do respect them, of course.  And I…

Review: A TAILOR-MADE HUSBAND by Winnie Griggs

Historical Romance has certain advantages.  For one, they’re usually set during times and places when there were a lot more social and even legal restrictions on which relationships were acceptable and how they were conducted.  This leads to a lot more potential Conflict.  Throw that into an Inspirational category and you ratchet it up even…

Study Outside Your Genre/Subgenre

One thing I learned as a blogging book reviewer was that the best authors never stopped learning and trying to bring on their A-Game.  Stephen King says if you don’t have time to read then you don’t have the time or skills to write.  So, absolutely read and read broadly, across genres and subgenres.  But,…

Blogging Book Tours

They’re Book Tours…on blogs.  Easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy. If you’re a new book reviewer, this is a great way to get going.  You’ll learn the ropes and drive traffic to your new blog.  And they’re fun. If you’re an author, I suggest researching each carefully.  Look for one which tours books similar to yours or they tour…

What in Tarnation is a Resurrected Stork?

Well, in my own little fantasy world, it’s me.  I love babies, I mean, really love babies a lot.  I was a nanny when my husband married me, so he should’ve known what he was getting himself into. We have four children.  Three of them are bigger than me now and the last is almost…