About me

How I became a...

I am a sahm of 2 little boys and live in Tx I turned the big 40 this past November

How I became a... I have been reading as long as I can remember. My first attempts at reviewing started in the 80's. I received a print newsletter called the Talisman (paranormal romances ) and asked if the owner ever reviewed past books. She said not yet and offered me a column to do that! From there I started to do new releases and even Arcs! The magazine died but a reviewer was born. Then a few years ago I got a computer and that led to a whole new world of book opportunities. I started ebook reviews with Timeless Tales (gone now) and this year began seriously pursuing it.I now review for Rven Reviews , Coffeetime Romance Reviews, Novelspot, Fallen Angel and occasionally a publisher directly This week I took a job with Authors Red Room as review coordinator.

My taste in books:

Favorite authors:

I love paranormal but I read bits of every genre

My favorites change constantly right now I like Kenneth Baker. I just finished three of his. . . all great

What makes a book a keeper?

What makes me throw a book at the wall?

It has to make me feel something... can be a laugh can be a tear or just makes me think about it again after the last page. Or has characters you dont want to say goodbye to.

Never happens. The worse thing for me is I just lay it down and never come back

My favorite genre and why?

My least favorite genre and why?

My favorite genre is paranormal because Igrew up watching Dark Shadows after school and reading Ruth Chew witch books.

My least favorite is westerns. They are just hard for me to get into for some bizarre reason. I still read one occasionally though.

My bathroom library:

My to be read list:

Magazines all sorts ... I get free subscriptions to 20- 30 a month. All kinds- Rolling Stone , Blender, Popular Science, Computer World, Redbook, Shape, Premiere the week.....I have not paid for a magazine in 5 years or more, I love the internet!

The store in Dallas has over a million books and I love their sales.There are too many to choose favorites

My favorite links:

My favorite reading snack:

Ebay!!! I can find anything there. All the baby's clothes came from there and cost probably a tenth of what they would at store. I'm buying Spiderman stuff now for Jake's birthday. It's the best place to find almost anything. Amazon would be a close second. I do surveys and get free gcs there. I got $250 dollars worth of free toys for kids this Xmas

Anything not greasy. Hate chips and stuff like that while reading. Gets on pages or mouse. Maybe M&MS. No mess.

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