- Cozy Mystery Week: Witch Way To Murder by Shirley Damsgaard
- Cozy Mystery Week:How to Murder a Millionaire: A Blackbird Sisters Mystery by Nancy Martin
- Cozy Mystery Week Day 2: Rosemary and Crime by Gail Oust
- Kicking Off Cozy Mystery Week: Family Skeleton Series by Leigh Perry
- 2013 Thankfully Reading Weekend: The Wrap-Up
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Category Archives: Bookish Chatter
This weekend, I got into the most interesting conversation about my blog, specifically what gives me the right to review a book. The conversation started out quite simple, something like this: Person X: Oh, you review books? Are you writing one yourself? Me: Oh, no, I have no interest in writing a book. I prefer […]
This week, the JCrew has been on a mini-vacation of sorts. We’re holed up in a quaint little cabin in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, just a few miles from the WV border. We figured this trip would be a great way to spend the final days of summer before the boys start school again […]
Yesterday, I shared the September book releases worth checking out. Now, on to October! My favorite month of the year. October brings fall weather, Halloween and…spooky books. You’ll notice quite a few of those in this list! The Tilted World by Tom Franklin & Beth Ann Fennelly: Written by New York Times bestselling author of Crooked […]
Last night, I had the pleasure of joining Katie and Swapna as we discussed the books we were most looking forward to this fall. It was a pretty daunting task, I must say! We only had an hour to accomplish this. In total, our combined list had 52 books! Since my list was quite long I’m going […]
This time last week, I was in New York heading over to the Javits Convention Center for BEA’s Blogger Conference. My role this year, like the past few years, was a panelist in one of the many general sessions. Specifically, I was one of three panelists tasked to discuss how bloggers can take their online […]
Each year, I dread selecting my favorite books of the year. I read quite a bit and narrowing that list down to my “top” favorites is oftentimes impossible. This year, when I contemplated how I was going to accomplish this task I perused my blog, hoping for a solution. It wasn’t long before it hit […]
As 2012 comes to an end, I reminisce about the books I read this year, narrowing down my favorites to accomplish the task I actually dread doing each year: “best of” lists. In years past I’ve dreaded this task so much that I’ve refused to do it. I read nearly 175 books every year. Narrowing […]
Author Marcus Sakey is known for his award-winning crime fiction and his popular Travel Channel show, Hidden City. In his most recent endeavor, Sakey is teaming up with the Team Julian Foundation, a not-for-profit that raises research funds for childhood cancer, to raise money through e-book sales. The Foundation was started by The Boivin family […]
Hi! I am Carrie Macmillan, the Social Media Coordinator here at STELLAA. I am thrilled to be guest-blogging about the organization here at Jenn’s Bookshelves! To say that I love books is an understatement. I love them. I love them like they are people. Their stories, their characters, the way I can get lost in […]
Do you fear approaching your Reluctant Reader? Have they been spotted this summer participating in questionable behavior with their books like building forts and extreme paper dolls? Identified by their atypical behaviors, the Reluctant Readers Road to Recovery Guide is here to help you create successful encounters with hesitant young readers everywhere. Panic no more […]