Memorial Day. Two words that bring forth powerful emotions and memories of both of those from our past as well as our present. We think of the past and those deceased while at the same time our memories are full of family celebrations, and the laughter and love that speaks of life itself. I was thinking of… Continue reading Memories, Memorials, and Memorial Day and the Week Ahead
Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 Charlie Turner was just 19 when his father died, leaving a hole in the Turner family that was impossible to fill. Yet Charlie tried, walking away from college, his boyfriend, and his dreams, everything that mattered to him in order to live at home and take care of his younger… Continue reading Review: Higher Ground (Earthquake #1) by TA Webb
✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍ Snow again. ‘Nuf said. The Pulp Friction 2014 contest continues until 3/21 for the $25 ARe gift card. Visit wp.me/p220KL-28d with all the Pulp Friction authors to learn about this year’s characters and series. Then leave a comment and email address to be entered into the draw. I am reviewing TA Webb’s story, Higher Ground,… Continue reading Snow Again and The Week Ahead in Reviews
Pulp Friction Gang Rides Again! ************************************************************************ ScatteredThoughts is so happy to have the Pulp Friction gang (Laura Harner, TA Webb, Lee Brazil, and Havan Fellows) here again to talk about their 2014 Pulp Friction series and characters. Contest: They have brought a $25 All Romance gift certificate to celebrate the start of the new Pulp… Continue reading Pulp Friction’s 2014 Group Series Has Arrived! Meet the Authors, Enter to Win $25 Gift Card!
Congratulations to our Pulp Friction 2013 Series Contest. The Winners are: Bluesmokey richards851(at)sbcglobal(dot)net Helen firstname.lastname@example.org Kerry books2read69@hotmail(dot)com Bobbie Walker Bobbie022@sky.com Please double check that I have your email addresses correct and let me know if there are any corrections. The authors will be sending our copies of their series to the winners. Happy reading everyone and Happy Holidays!… Continue reading Winners of the Pulp Friction 2013 Contest
Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Chance Dumont. Marcus Prater. Zachary Carmichael. Wick Templeton. These four men have considered each other brothers, family by choice instead of by blood. They thought they knew everything about one another and they have been through the worst of times with each other. Or so they thought. Now Wick… Continue reading Review: Odd Man Out by Lee Brazil, Havan Fellows, Laura Harner , and T.A. Webb
Today ScatteredThoughts is welcoming back authors Havan Fellows, Lee Brazil, Laura Harner and Tom Webb to talk about the last book in the Pulp Friction series…all of the series…, Odd Man Out. Odd Man Out was written by all of the authors and ties up all the storylines for each author’s main character or characters.… Continue reading 2013 Pulp Friction Series Finale, Finale Contest and Odd Man Out!
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Marcus Prater and Benjamin Danvers are having a wonderful morning when they are interrupted by a phone call. It’s Zachary and he needs their help. An old friend of Jeremiah’s, NIck, has gone missing and Jeremiah wants to know what has happened to him. Since Ben also knows Nick… Continue reading Review: Knights Out (City Knight #4) by T.A. Webb
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
Washington, DC, home of the federal government, the Smithsonian, the World Bank and all those other government agencies who names are reduced to alphabet letters, doesn’t have a shelter for LGBTQ endangered youth. How is that possible? We have food banks, shelters for homeless families (although not nearly enough) and shelters for battered women (House… Continue reading A City In Need and the Week Ahead in Reviews