I have been wearing my other hat the past few days (painting) on a remote island.
Providence was founded by people who wanted more religious freedom than the Massachusetts Bay Colony offered. Now they offer a lot more! I went down with my husband for a quick getaway and shopping!
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary romance, Contemporary Romantic Suspense, Mystery & Detective • Tags: abuse, airplane, Art, Domestic violence, Low COuntry, sea glass, So. Carolina, Southern
A woman from Maine discovers she has inherited a house through her late husband. She turns her life upside down and moves there only to discover her husband’s family had a lot of secrets.
With a sizable dowry the only thing preventing Penelope from finding the perfect spouse is her sharp tongue. GIVEAWAY
A French aristocrat, escaping from the terror of the revolution, seeks vengeance upon the man she believes doomed her family, including two young sisters, to the guillotine.
Kate O’Hare and her number one capture, super suave con man Nick Fox, are working together again, in Europe and on the high seas.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Steamy Romance, New Adult Romance • Tags: age difference, Art, college, education, galleries, May-September, NYC, Painting, Penguin Signet, Romance, Tracy Anne Warren
Two old friends with a fifteen year age difference meet again in Manhattan. Is it a good idea to get involved with the sister of the woman who left you at the altar?
by fangswandsfairy • Audio, Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Steamy Romance • Tags: Art, biker, Contemporary Steamy Romance, domestic abuse, judo, New American Library, Penguin Audio, Scotland, sexual violence, Tattoo
Shannon flees Glasgow and lands in Edinburgh with a job in a famous tattoo studio, managed by a hot, flirty guy. How many obstacles will they need to overcome?
Back in her small, coastal, New England hometown, former misfit, Sam, faces her old classmate, Jake, who hurt her deeply in High School and his same-old-same-old clique of pals. She also finds a kitten, and did I mention he’s a vet?
I’m getting ready to look at Ruthie Knox’s TRULY which I read in serial format last year. I fell in love with Ruthie’s work because of this book and decided to give it another look and offer a giveaway!
I have pictures from the painting class up as well as a run down of my graphics and posts for the week. I painted lots of flowers.
Today I am “bringing up an old chestnut,” “beating a dead horse” (gross!), talking about book covers and WHY they matter. What do you think about why what is on the cover is important to a reader? What is the purpose of a book cover?