First off, let me be perfectly clear. I loved freelancing for Publishers Weekly. Throughout the time that I worked for them, I received quality advance reading copies from some of the most successful authors on the planet. I loved reading these books and deciding what I would include in my review and then seeing it published on the Publishers Weekly website and Amazon and on the back covers of books. It was all good for a while, then I just became burnt out. I was reading sometimes as many as two books a week and I found I had no time for anything else such as reading my library books or more importantly working on my own writing projects. Something had to give so I stopped, maybe temporarily, maybe permanently. In the end, I will always have fond memories of my time as a freelancer with them.
Saw this movie today. It’s mediocre at best. Weak story line, irritating characters. Save your money. Wait for it on Redbox.
Okay, I have been a huge fan of the Lethal Weapon franchise since the 80s. I have seen them all, with parts one and two being my favorite. I love the characters Danny Glover and Mel Gibson so much,…
Take a seat and let’s flash back to the year 1999. After numerous failed attempts to kick my nicotine habit that consumed me, I was almost ready to give up—correction, I was ready to give up…
Come visit the world’s biggest bookstore with Storm, India, Thursday and Rome.
It will be a blast!
The Women Who Love Rome – December 14, 2016
That’s the question soon to be answered by the four rebels in The Women Who Love Rome.