Log in

No account? Create an account

Previous 10

Feb. 2nd, 2010

cup, coffee, love

Book Trailer and Interview with Craig Lancaster - Author of 600 Hours of Edward

An interview with local Billings author Craig Lancaster -- 600 Hours of Edward

An awesome book!

Jan. 4th, 2010

cup, coffee, love

Contests Entered


Truly, Madly Arc.


$25 Amazon Gift Card


Free book


Double Take Memoir


Shanghai Girls by Lisa See


Tracy Chevaliers book Remarkable Creatures


Saving Ceecee Honeycutt

I Am Ozzy

Reading Glasses!!

The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks

The Little Giant of Aberden

Jan. 2nd, 2010

cup, coffee, love

Currently Reading

The witch doctor's wife by Tamar Myers.

So far I'm enjoying this immensely. Amanda Brown, a missionary, flies to the Belgian Congo to replace the missionaries running the missionary guest house. As the plane descends for landing, they experience problems and crashes into the trees and starts a blazing fire. Amanda who has hit her head and going in and out of consciousness, is carried off the plane by an unknown Nigerian man. In the meantime, this unknown Nigerian man needs to get away without being noticed and does so, disappearing in the woods.

I'm dying to know who this unknown Nigerian man is!

Best regards,

Nov. 15th, 2009

cup, coffee, love

Book Trailer - Musical Chairs by Jen Knox

Oct. 9th, 2009

cup, coffee, love

Journey into Boringness

Try JibJab Sendables® eCards today!

Sep. 2nd, 2009

cup, coffee, love

(no subject)

cup, coffee, love

ABC Meme!!

Christine of Booktumbling tagged me this ABC meme!

Here are the rules:


1. Link to the person who tagged you
2. Share your ABC’s

3. Tag three people at the end by linking to their blogs
4. Let the three tagged people know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website
5. Do not tag the same person repeatedly but try to tag different people, so there is a big network of bloggers doing this tag

Available or single? Neither
Best Friend? My hubby!
Cake or Pie? Oh ya, Chocolate Cake
Drink of choice? Hmmm, diet Pepsi and Mocha
Essential item for every day use? COMPUTER! Can't live without it
Favorite color? Blue
Google? Yep
Hometown? Washington
Indulgences? Well books of course!!
January or February? Neither, I'm not a winter person
Kids and their names? Tobey and Cierra
Life is incomplete without…? My family
Marriage date? March 12th
Number of siblings? 1
Oranges or apples? Apples
Phobias and fears? SPIDERS!!!!! They give me nightmares!
Quote for the day? "The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page." St. Augustine
Reason to smile? A deer meandering in the front yard
Season? SUMMER BABY!!!!!
Tag 3 people?

One Eyed Stuffed Bunny

Book Journey

Laurel-Rain Snow

And anyone else who would like to play!

Unknown fact about me? Hmmm nothing i can think of ....
Vegetable you hate? Squash, gross!
Worst habit? Laziness
X-rays you’ve had? Back
Your fave food? Ya Pepperoni Pizza!
Zodiac sign? Capricorn - my family are all Capricorns!

Thanks for the meme, it was fun!



Aug. 12th, 2009

cup, coffee, love

Currently Reading - With Interesting Words

I'm currently reading The Devlin Diary by Christi Phillips and i've learned some new words! Interesting read so far.
  • Swot - Noun - a person who works or studies hard [variant of sweat]
  • Boffin - n. Chiefly British Slang -  A scientist, especially one engaged in research.
  • Auxters - A Scottish slang for armpits
  • To Wellied - n.   pl. wel·lies Chiefly British
    A Wellington boot. Often used in the plural. - (in the book he defines it as " drunk" or "wearing enormous gumboots"

From Booklist
A follow-up to the well-received The Rossetti Letter (2007), Phillips once again simultaneously follows seventeenth-century and twenty-first-century mysteries. A serial killer is loose in seventeenth-century England. Are his gruesome crimes random, or are they part of a royal conspiracy? Hannah Devlin, a rare female physician, becomes convinced of the latter. Meanwhile, in twenty-first-century Cambridge, England, Clare Donovan finds Hannah’s diary. Shortly thereafter, an academic rival is murdered. Are the crimes connected? Both women work to solve their mysteries, while also becoming embroiled in parallel romances. Although the twenty-first-century plotline and ending are the weaker, both sets of mysteries and romances are engaging. An excellent afterword answers questions about historical accuracy
and literary license. A novel sure to appeal to readers of Philippa Gregory. --Marta Segal Block

The Book Inn
cup, coffee, love

Wordless Wednesday

Aug. 11th, 2009

cup, coffee, love

Tuesday Teaser

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:


  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
My Teaser:

"When did medicine become solely a man's province? I follow my mother's recipe book as the Pharmacopoeia Londinensis, and I have often found it superior. I shall save my modesty for when I am in jail".
From The Devlin Diary by Christi Phillips

The Book Inn

Previous 10