As a reader do names, places and phrases become etched in your mind? Does it immediately conjure up a character or scene? Grab a cup of iced coffee and let’s explore.
The Caffeinated BEA Takeover continues and today I welcome Daniela from Daniela Ark’s Blog for Readers, Writers and Bloggers. Daniela has a passion for fantasy and she will be discussing How much fantasy is too much fantasy? Whether you read fantasy or bask in historical romance I think you will find her dilemma quite interesting. Grab a cup of joe and make Daniela feel welcome.
Confessions only a book addict understands. I confess twelve things about my bookish life that I hope you as a fellow book addict can relate too. Check them out and let me know if I am simply crazy of it you are nodding your head in agreement.
If you asked last year for my opinion of audio books I would have said, “They aren’t for me, and I cannot concentrate. Maybe if I had a long commute to work but I do not listen. I prefer to read.” Honestly I thought to myself why would I listen for 15 hours when I could read the gosh darn book in 4 hours. I will explain why later in this post.
I was invited by Danielle from Coffee and Characters, Misty from Addicted 2 Heroines and Traci from Mad Hatter Reads to be a guest for their weekly Coffee Shop Talks discussion post. Each week they tackle a bookish topic and discuss it on their blogs. Thanks for inviting me ladies! Today’s topic, “Characters that I’d totally name my Children after.” See the names I picked and why below, then go visit the gals and check out their picks.
Caffeinated is being taken over by other bloggers and today we have Rita from My Home of Books to share a discussion on authors and books. Grab a blueberry muffin and some hazelnut coffee and settle in. My Home of Books offers a very eclectic taste of book reviews. I love Rita’s finds in the mystery and romantic suspense department. Be sure and checkout the blog! Thanks for being here today Rita….
I was watching the movie International with my husband on a rainy, lazy Sunday afternoon. Our hero was interrogating a white collar criminal and told him, “You will never get away with this, people won’t believe your lies.” The man smirked and said, “The difference between life and fiction, is that fiction has to make sense.” This immediately made me ponder. Do we as readers demand more from our fictional stories then real life?