"Toward the end of Feb. would work great. I've never been able to fit anything in, but that gives me enough time to plan. I'd love if we could avoid jumping into the middle of some of the series I've never read - of course most of…"
"My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker." When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I'm the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot. The clock is ticking and I can feel the weight of the final battle…See More
"Hi Alison, Thank you for welcoming me. Oddly enough, dermatomyocitis is one of the diseases the doctors think I have (in addition to several diagnosed conditions). They are having a substantial amount of trouble diagnosing one condition and doctors…"
"The Tribal planning was a wonderful job and I absolutely loved it. Being a college professor was very predictable. I enjoyed working with the students, but the sameness of the schedule was sometimes exhausting. The teaching itself was fun,…"
I am a disabled sociologist who is now able to do little except read. After spending my working life as an editor, journalist, grant writer, Public Information Officer, college professor, tribal planner and programs director, as well as numerous other wonderful things, the inactivity was killing my brain. I was writing reviews anyway, so I decided that I should create a blog to share my reviews, promote authors and their books, and simply have fun. I ended up with two blogs. I try to blog and review books around the glitches with my health and the accompanying issues with my hands. It's been enlightening. I'm still learning. I love meeting authors and fellow bloggers; the writing community is exceptionally friendly (for the most part). I'm hoping this will help me get my own writing back on track.
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