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
Tag: Marguerite Labbe
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
All I Want Is You (Mountain Boys #1.5) by Marguerite Labbe
Rating: 4.75 stars After the tumultuous events of the past year, Eli Hollister and Ash Gallagher have settled into their lives, taking their relationship one step further by moving in together at the Hermitage. Ash is still not satisfied, Ash wants a deeper commitment from Eli. Ash realizes that more than anything he wants to… Continue reading All I Want Is You (Mountain Boys #1.5) by Marguerite Labbe
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
Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Book Wishes for 2013 – Authors, are you Listening?
Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Book Wishes for 2013: While everyone has been busy making New Year’s resolutions, I have been thinking about what I would wish for 2013 in books. Turns out I have quite a few wishes, some I would like to share in hopes they reach an author’s ear or more….. ❋I… Continue reading Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Book Wishes for 2013 – Authors, are you Listening?
The Week Ahead in Reviews and Welcome 2013
Tomorrow is New Year’s Eve and the official end to 2012. There have been plenty of highs and lows, especially lows that I am ready to let 2012 go and not mourn the loss. But 2012 also brought me some lovely new friends, especially in our DC Metro Area M/M Romance group, my blog turned… Continue reading The Week Ahead in Reviews and Welcome 2013
Scattered Thoughts Best Books of 2012
What a spectacular year for great books in every genre from historical to fantasy! I have read so many wonderful books and series this year that it is hard to even begin to narrow down the list, although I have tried. What makes a book great for me? So many things, that it needs its… Continue reading Scattered Thoughts Best Books of 2012
Review of Ghosts in the Wind by Marguerite Labbe
Rating: 5 stars Dean Marshall and Andrei Cuza have been together 10 years, a anniversary they just finished celebrating. These years together have not come without their own difficulties and challenges, especially with regard to Andrei’s Romany tribe who had disavowed him. Then there is the stress of Andrei’s job which to find and rescue… Continue reading Review of Ghosts in the Wind by Marguerite Labbe
Hurricane Sandy Relief Still Needed, Books with a Bittersweet tag and the Week Ahead in Reviews
So on top of Hurricane Sandy, the nor’Easter hit the very same areas with another punch. So I am putting out there once more the name of organizations providing assistance to those in need due to Hurricane Sandy. Please help if you are able, even the smallest of amounts add up to someone being able… Continue reading Hurricane Sandy Relief Still Needed, Books with a Bittersweet tag and the Week Ahead in Reviews