Write to Heal: Seven Women, Seven Triumphs, Collected by Dr. Karen Maxfield-Lunkin

I am always amazed at people who can open themselves up and share so much of their lives on paper for the world to see.  These seven women are incredible, not only in their stories but in their strength and ability to allow the reader an opportunity to step into their worlds and at the … Continue reading Write to Heal: Seven Women, Seven Triumphs, Collected by Dr. Karen Maxfield-Lunkin

The Arms of Death (Loch Lonach Mystery Series: Book One) By Maggie Foster

Not what I expected in a good way.  The genre stated Medical Fiction or Amature Sleuths.  However, I see it more like an intense, above the norm cozy.  There are characters you can wrap your brain around, modern issues, and occurrences with a touch of Old World charm. This book had enough science (easily explained), … Continue reading The Arms of Death (Loch Lonach Mystery Series: Book One) By Maggie Foster

Girl With A Star Spangled Heart by Elaine Fields Smith

One of my favorite things to do is wander around a book festival.  However, I had the pleasure of meeting this author before it even started!  I was sitting and listening to awards at the North Texas Book Festival when Elaine sat down beside me.  What an interesting person!  She has authored books about some … Continue reading Girl With A Star Spangled Heart by Elaine Fields Smith

Review of the Texas Library Association Conference

Today, I have something a little different for you. This is an indirect book review.  For the last 12 years, I have attended the Texas Library Conference.  Texas and California vie for the largest state conferences and at times have more attendees than the national conference.  This year we had over 7,000 attendees, almost 400 … Continue reading Review of the Texas Library Association Conference