#416 ~ Skeletons at the Feast

Skeletons at the Feast by Chris Bohjalian Published by: Crown Publishing Published on: May 6, 2008 Page Count: 368 Genre: Historical Fiction My Reading Format: Audiobook rented from my local public library Audiobook Published by: Random House Audio Narrator: Mark Bramhall Audiobook Length: 12 hours 13 minutes Available Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, eBook, and Audiobook Publisher’s […]

Sunday Salon ~ To D.C. and Back

I finally got my pictures back from my trip to D.C. earlier this month. I wish that I could say they were worth the wait, but they were most definitely not. I forgot to bring the digital camera with me, but was “lucky” enough to have an unused, cheap disposable camera I got at a […]

#153 ~ The Last Witch of Langenburg

The Last Witch of Langenburg: Murder in a German Village by Thomas Robisheaux I don’t typically read a great deal of non-fiction.  I most often read for pleasure and my choice is almost always fiction.  I was excited, however, to receive an offer from W. W. Norton to read this book.  I’ve been interested in […]

A Conversation with Erika Mailman

In February of 2008 I read and reviewed The Witch’s Trinity by Erika Mailman.  Little did I know then that she would be the first author to email me after I posted my review.  That started an email conversation that I really enjoyed and ultimately sparked my idea to feature her and her novel on […]

October Spotlight Week 4 A Guest Post by Erika Mailman

It doesn’t truly seem possible, but October is almost coming to a close. Just a little over a week and we’re saying hello to November.  The good news is that in the October Spotlight, I’ve saved the best for last. This week, I am pleased to present the following guest post written by Erika Mailman, […]