http://www.Wednesdays.fun Brought to you by the verb “to read” In the past, present, and future tense. As in have been reading, are currently reading, And might read next...or are considering reading next… This is my variation on the meme done by others, And very well, I might add. https://samannelizabeth.wordpress.com/ Revivor of http://www.Wednesdays What have/are/will you… Continue reading www.Wednesday.fun
I am reblogging this from Rashidul Huda’s blog. I have to wonder if this absolute he is talking about really exists in any generation anymore. But, This WAS a generational thing when my mother was growing up. Women got ahead by looking good and took second place everywhere. But, my mother is 92 years old.… Continue reading What do you think?
http://www.Wednesdays… Done, doing, and going to do. As in past, present, and future. Read, reading, and going to read. Yup, It’s Wednesday, again. Let’s see, I did get some things read this week. Some really good things, too. I finished listening to Three Mages and a Margarita: The Guild Codex: Spellbound Book #1 by Annette… Continue reading www.Wednesdays…
What have I, what am I, and what will I read? The three w’s… Past tense… I finished The Quiet Ones by Betsy Reavley. This was a strange one alright. A psychological mystery thriller, which is not my usual style. I think that’s why I had so much trouble getting into it. I’ll be reviewing… Continue reading www.Wednesdays
The #6 Degrees for April 2019 OOPS! I was supposed to do this on Saturday, the first Saturday of the month. But I really don’t do much posting on Saturdays. So here it is today, the second Monday of the month. I think it’s just as much fun to read today, even though it’s a… Continue reading #6 Degrees for April 2019
On Friday, a book jumped to the #1 spot on Amazon, out of nowhere; it quickly became obvious that the author had used a clickfarm to gatecrash the charts. The Kindle Store is officially broken. This is not the first time this has happened and Amazon’s continued inaction is increasingly baffling. Last Sunday, a clickfarmed […]… Continue reading What do YOU think about the what this reblog has to say about the Amazon Kindle store?