November really was such an extraordinary month for books. It almost makes me giddy with joy. I can’t remember when I last had more 5 and 4 star rated books as I have had this month. And their genres and plots ran the spectrum, from contemporary fiction to what I might best describe as fantasy… Continue reading ScatteredThoughts Summary of Reviews for November 2013
Tag: Kate McMurray
Review: The Stars that Tremble by Kate McMurray
Rating: 4 stars out of 5 Mike McPhee and his partner were young and in love with a bright, long future ahead of them. So when Mike’s lover suggested that they adopt a child, Mike agreed, thinking it would be years before a child was found. But a young girl gave them her baby to adopt… Continue reading Review: The Stars that Tremble by Kate McMurray
Review: Playing Ball Anthology
Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 Are you in love with the boys of summer? Can’t wait for opening day and the cry of “play ball”? Baseball is America’s favorite pastime and the focal point of the love, heartbreak and the dreams of a nation of fans and players alike. In this anthology four terrific authors… Continue reading Review: Playing Ball Anthology
Playing Ball Authors Stop By For A Chat and a Contest!
Scattered Thoughts is hosting those wonderful authors of the Playing Ball Anthology today and offering a chance to win a eBook and a print copy! The link to the contest is at the end of the blog! So join me as I pull up a chair and welcome Marguerite Labbe, Kate McMurray,Shae Connor, and Kerry… Continue reading Playing Ball Authors Stop By For A Chat and a Contest!
The Rank Few and their Rank View or When By The People and For The People Went Into the Dump and The Week Ahead In Reviews
One of the many aspects that people either love or hate when living in the Washington DC Metro area is our constant bombardment of information of and about the Government. The constant stream flows from our radios, tvs, cable, computers, phones, tablets, seemingly from the air itself. It keeps us informed and aware of things… Continue reading The Rank Few and their Rank View or When By The People and For The People Went Into the Dump and The Week Ahead In Reviews