Blast from the Past: Good Morning Writers! ~ Self-pub – A new reading experience?

March 2019 What a great retrospect to the beginnings of self-publishing. I think self-publishing has grown up a lot and in fact, I mainly read self-published books now. Author’s know that an editor is essential for success as a self-published author and so the quality of these books are great. But what do you think? November 2014 How are you doing? Is your writing/blogging flowing … Continue reading Blast from the Past: Good Morning Writers! ~ Self-pub – A new reading experience?

Book Review ~ Night Rogue ~ by Candi Silk (Warning: erotic fiction written for adult readers)

photo credit: Candi Silk March 2019 I posted this first on my old blog in 2014 November 2014 Publisher: Wildfire Romance Publishing LLC Publishing date: February 2014 Formats: e-book Genre: erotic romance, erotica, fiction, contemporary Source: own copy Bees: 5 out of 6 About the story: Victoria Kingston, a young woman working for a telecom firm, has been divorced for 6 months and had no … Continue reading Book Review ~ Night Rogue ~ by Candi Silk (Warning: erotic fiction written for adult readers)

Teaser Tuesday ~ Herman Hesse ~ Siddhartha

January 2019 Interesting to see what I have been reading throughout the years March 2015 Since a few weeks, I come across a meme called “Teaser Tuesday”. I found it on different blogs and it’s teasing me to take part ;-). So today I will have a start and I will start a new book as well. Oh, you don’t know what “Teaser Tuesday” is? … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday ~ Herman Hesse ~ Siddhartha

Let Books go travelling/Lasst Buecher auf Reisen gehen

October 2018 Stumble Upon does not exist anymore but Bookcrossing.com does. Maybe I should properly try it out now 🙂 April 2011 I wrote about my latest most favourite hobby yesterday. But Stumble upon is not the only great page on the net so I will introduce you to a few more. Maybe you know them – maybe you don’t. Today it shall be Bookcrossing.com! … Continue reading Let Books go travelling/Lasst Buecher auf Reisen gehen

50 Poets and Writers You Should Read before You Are 50! (Final part V)

At last! We are there! The last 10 poets and writers you should read before you are 50. And without further ado here they are: 41. Stieg Larsson: His “Millenium Series” made the headlines after his death as his publisher gave David Lagercrantz the go ahead to finish the fourth book “That Which Does Not Kill”. It caused a controversy who has the right to … Continue reading 50 Poets and Writers You Should Read before You Are 50! (Final part V)

50 Poets and Writers you should read before you are 50! (Part IV)

So we are more than half way through The Bee’s list of 50 poets and writers to read before you are 50. How do you like it so far? Do you know any of the author’s and poets? And could you give me some suggestions that I don’t know yet? Here you can find Part I, Part II & Part III Today we start with … Continue reading 50 Poets and Writers you should read before you are 50! (Part IV)

50 Poets and Writer’s You should read before you are 50 (Part I)

Have you ever looked at one of those lists that tell you what you should have read before you’re a certain age? I have and I have to say I am not impressed. Those lists could have come directly from your old literature teacher and hardly ever show anything new or exciting. Neither do they show much worldliness either: if the lists come from America … Continue reading 50 Poets and Writer’s You should read before you are 50 (Part I)

Blast from the Past: The Bee Talks With… Chris Reardon

The Interviews I am posting in the next couple of days and weeks might be from many years ago but the authors and their books are worth checking out. It’s sometimes good not to go for what you know and love but to challenge yourself to try out something new. But now back to my interview with Chris Reardon in October 2014: Today I am … Continue reading Blast from the Past: The Bee Talks With… Chris Reardon