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
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.
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!
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.
silversolara AT gmail DOT com
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!
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.
January 26, 2015 at 12:38 pm
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.
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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