Beyond her Book

Breast Cancer Awareness – Survivor Tina DeSalvo

Throughout her life, Tina DeSalvo has filled many roles – daughter, sister, student, wife, mother, journalist. Then one day she took on one she had not planned – breast [...].


Summer Reading for Kids is Essential

As a kid, I couldn’t wait for summer vacation because it meant more reading time.  I was never an outdoorsy person, but I loved adventure and nothing satisfied my [...].


Dream Libraries, Bookcases and Fantasy

Dream Libraries, Bookcases and Fantasy

I love to collect pictures of anything to do with books, especially when they are fun, witty and something I wish I’d thought of myself. This is my fantasy, [...].


Digital Romance Festival

Digital Romance Festival

This weekend HarperCollins will be running their first ever digital Romance Festival, in conjunction with some of the world’s best known publishers of romance, to bring you two days [...].


Regan Walker Sails Away

Regan Walker Sails Away

I met Regan Walker at RT and was immediately taken with her tales of pirates.  There is just something about the swashbuckling bad boys who are redeemable that makes [...].


BEA Through Pictures

BEA Through Pictures

Pets were big among readers this year.  Along with Grumpy Cat, there were Corgis…yes, real ones.  And Hello Kitty was a photo op too good to miss.     [...].


Friday at BEA

How to explain Book Expo America to those who’ve never attended?  Miles and miles of waking on concrete covered by a thin layer of carpeting.  All languages being spoken, [...].


Book Expo America in New York

I stopped over at BEA yesterday to get my press pass and to check in on the set up.  Trust me, it may not be pretty now, but by [...].


Authors Support Breast Cancer Research

  One of my favorite things is to write about authors giving back and in this case, three authors who are doing their part in the war on breast [...].


Yes, There Will Be a Reader Luncheon Next Year

After swearing that this year would be my last hosting a luncheon, I’ve been persuaded to do another.  A lot had to do with cards, letters and emails I [...].