Review: Home for the Hollandaise by Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Jack Shields has returned home for the holidays to the town he hates.  His dad is suffering from Alzheimer’s, his mother needs him and his cooking to make things  bearable, at least for Christmas.  The town Jack grew up in is full of bad memories, especially for a gay… Continue reading Review: Home for the Hollandaise by Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga

Release Day Celebration and Contest for Symphony in Blue by Shira Anthony!

Merry Christmas, everyone! Today, Christmas morning at ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords, we  are celebrating the release of Symphony in Blue by Shira Anthony.  While everyone is enjoying family and loved ones, Shira Anthony is stopping by to talk about her Blue Notes series and  sharing some memories of holidays past.  Entries are still being taken for the terrific… Continue reading Release Day Celebration and Contest for Symphony in Blue by Shira Anthony!

Contest and Guest Blog by Z.A. Maxfield for Lost and Found

Let’s welcome Z.A. Maxfield to ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords to share her thoughts on the holidays and her latest release, Lost and Found: Five Favorite Holiday Book Memories Hello, and welcome to my Lost and Found blog tour! Thanks so much to Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words for hosting me today. I’m so glad to be able to… Continue reading Contest and Guest Blog by Z.A. Maxfield for Lost and Found

Prelude (A Blue Notes book) by Shira Anthony and Venona Keyes

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 World-renowned conductor of the Chicago Symphony, David Somers, is not happy when his ailing guest violinist is replaced by famous rock star, Alex Bishop.  Although he has never met the musician, Bishop’s fame and notoriety has preceded him, and David Somers has little patience for tattooed prima donnas of the rock… Continue reading Prelude (A Blue Notes book) by Shira Anthony and Venona Keyes

Baby, It’s Cold Outside and The Week Ahead in Reviews

Maryland has actually been feeling like winter for the past week and my body is going into shock.  Last year was Nomageddon (nothing, after Snowmaggedon) but no one really knows what will happen this year.  We really haven’t had any snow or ice and believe me, I am not complaining about that.  It’s been cold… Continue reading Baby, It’s Cold Outside and The Week Ahead in Reviews