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Observing World Schizophrenia Day

Observing World Schizophrenia Day

What exactly is schizophrenia and why a special day of observance? Here is an excerpt from NDTV: "World Schizophrenia Day 2018 is observed on May 24. Schizophrenia is a mental condition which affects normal functioning of the brain. The condition interferes with a person's ability to feel, act and think. [...]
Excerpt from The Fallen

Excerpt from The Fallen

I am reading one of David Baldacci's Amos Decker Series. I've posted about this series before, I think this is the third of them that I have read (though obviously, I am not reading them in order, since this is book #4 in the series.) [...]
Apple-achian Treasure and a stack of new releases

Apple-achian Treasure and a stack of new releases

Ready to discover a new treasure this week? Erin is hunting for gold, and you can too. Apple-achian Treasure, Book #8 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series is now live! Pick up Erin's and Vic's new adventure and some other new releases. [...]
Excerpt from The President is Missing

Excerpt from The President is Missing

I have put EDS, book #2 of Medical Kidnap Files on sale for $0.99 for Ehlers Danlos Awareness month. If you didn't get a copy or see my article about EDS, have a look. I was surprised to find The President is Missing on my virtual library shelf and [...]
EDS Awareness Month

EDS Awareness Month

May is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome awareness month. While EDS is becoming better known, it is still a rare disease and a lot of people haven’t ever heard of it. And unfortunately, it is not something that a lot of doctors recognize, often believing that the symptoms are imagined, unrelated to [...]
Excerpt from The Underground Railroad

Excerpt from The Underground Railroad

I recently started reading Altered Carbon after hearing it recommended a couple of places, but I set it aside today. Not going to finish that one. So instead, the book I read before that: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. This Pulitzer Prize Winner is pretty raw, so be sure [...]
Sour Cherry Turnover and other free books

Sour Cherry Turnover and other free books

It's time for another freebie roundup! Keep reading for the details! Sour Cherry Turnover, book #7 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series is free on Kindle this weekend! And don't forget that book #1, Gluten-Free Murder, is currently only $0.99! Erin told anyone who would listen that she was [...]
Excerpt from The Racketeer

Excerpt from The Racketeer

I am reading John Grisham's The Racketeer this week. It is classic Grisham, one of his better books. The twists and turns will keep you guessing from beginning to end. [...]
Making a stand

Making a stand

If you've been working in an office for the last few years, you have probably heard about the health dangers of sitting for hours on end. Sitting for too long at a time affects your metabolism rate, blood sugar, blood pressure, and the amount of fat that collects in your… [...]
Excerpt from One Second After

Excerpt from One Second After

If you didn't get a copy of Sour Cherry Turnover yet, it was released on Friday and you can download or order your copy now! Although it is book #7 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series, each book can be read as a stand-alone story, so don't let that [...]
Start the Easter weekend with New Releases

Start the Easter weekend with New Releases

What could be a better way to start a weekend than with new books? Today is launch day for Sour Cherry Turnover. Come to think of it, starting the weekend with a nice gluten-free pastry wouldn't be a bad idea either! [...]
Excerpt from The Light Between Oceans

Excerpt from The Light Between Oceans

I am just finishing The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman. It has been a very interesting books with some unexpected twists and turns. There is some beautiful language and some very profound quotes. Fate miraculously presents a returning soldier with PTSD and his wife, who has suffered from [...]
Hoppy Easter Reading

Hoppy Easter Reading

I am getting a head start on Easter with this blog post, since I am doing a new release on Good Friday (Sour Cherry Turnover, book #7 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series, available for preorder now.) [...]
Excerpt from The Mysterious Affair at Styles

Excerpt from The Mysterious Affair at Styles

I am currently re-reading Dame Agatha Christie's The Mysterious Affair at Styles, the first Hercule Poirot mystery. This was Agatha's first published novel, and received good critical acclaim. She made 25 pounds on the book for the serial rights and wondered whether pursuing writing was worthwhile. It's a long time [...]
Autism Acceptance Month

Autism Acceptance Month

I've written a few other blogs on special autism observation days (some links farther down). April is widely known as Autism Awareness Month. The last few weeks, there has been a lot of buzz on groups that I am associated with on the Neurodiversity movement and changing "Autism Awareness" to [...]
Excerpt from The Fix

Excerpt from The Fix

This week I am reading The Fix, one of the books in David Baldacci's MemoryMan series, which I have written about before. I enjoy the neurodiverse Amos Decker series, and of course Baldacci is great at creating a complex puzzle with lots of exciting twists and turns. [...]
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