About Me

I am the librarian at Chinook Trail Elementary, an Army wife of 19 years, mother of two and Breast Cancer Survivor.

At the Tattered Cover Lois Lowry Book Signing


7 responses to “About Me

  1. Gerry Renert

    October 6, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    Hi – I’m Gerry Renert, author of Brave Rooney, I wanted to thank you for your thoughtful review of my book/app. I especially appreciated where you said you were, “pleased to see ways of combining animated technology with “vintage” reading,” as I’ve always seen Brave Rooney primarily as a traditional story with a classic problem, conflict and resolution. To me the animated features were icing on the cake as a way of enriching the reading experience. Thanks, again. I will share your review as best I can.

  2. Samuel Bagby

    May 8, 2012 at 1:09 pm

    hi Booklady, my name is Samuel Bagby and I am a new author, I am looking for a reviewer who is interested in doing a review for my book. One little thing I’d like to add is that my book is actually a novella, it is rather short, paced crisply with lots of humor and pathos, and could easily be read in one sitting in a couple of hours, I guess I might even extend to it the dubious title of “beach read”. At any rate, here is the product page on Amazon, if you have a minute take a look at an excerpt and see if it grabs you!

  3. Elizabeth

    November 30, 2012 at 6:11 am

    I am a breast cancer survivor as well. And was a computer specialist in the elementary schools until I retired in January.

    Love your blog. Keep in touch via e-mail if you like.

    I live in Pennsylvania.

    BTW, The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton goes back and forth between times. I know you commented that you like books like that.

    Silver’s Reviews
    silversolara AT gmail DOT com

  4. Christine Wenger

    August 17, 2013 at 11:58 am

    Hi Book Lady! I’m Chris Wenger, the author of DO OR DINER. Thank you for featuring me on your blog/website. I certainly appreciate it!


  5. Kathy Foley

    March 26, 2014 at 5:34 am

    Hi Book Lady – Look who finally found Pinterest on the computer! Now, if only I can learn how to negotiate my way around the site. I was actually looking for an angel Christmas ornament to make in honor of my mother…..still looking. Biblio-cat.

  6. mlortega

    January 26, 2015 at 12:38 pm

    Hi, Booklady,
    A lot of cozies are food-related. I wonder if you’ve thought of (like Julie and Julia) cooking all the recipes in the cozies you’ve read that deal with food. Just a thought!
    Love the look of your blog.

  7. Chrystle Fiedler

    October 7, 2016 at 8:13 am

    Thanks for the great review of Dandelion Dead! Could you please post on Amazon, GoodReads too? It makes a big different to hear from an experienced reviewer like you! Many thanks! Chrystle


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