I was born and raised in Klamath Falls, Oregon and I couldn't wait to leave that small town. I married and started a family young and left K. Falls bound for Portland. Now, many years later, I live in the wonderful NorthWest with my husband, three children, a dog, and part time cat! I recently rediscovered my love of writing and have been running full speed ahead since. I love hearing from readers so don't be shy!
What are your five favorite books, and why?
My favorite five books? Hmmmm. That's tough because I love so many books. Okay, my top five are(in no particular order) 1. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon 2. Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer 3. Gone with the Wind: Margaret Mitchell 4. Paradise by Toni Morrison 5. Silent Honor by Danielle Steel
What do you read for pleasure?
I read all kinds of books. I am part of a book club so that gives me the opportunity to read things I might not normally read. I've read some good ones recently like: The Night Circus, Hopeless, Gone Girl, The Witch's Daughter, and Club Rules. I have been reading a lot of indie when I'm not reading the book club book. I have discovered some really good books like Cemetery Moon, Dual Karma, and Broken Things to name a few of my favorites! I must admit though, I love the Crossfire series and just finished the third book in that series and my guilty pleasure is Fifty Shades of Grey.
"You'll be Sorry!"
on May 14, 2013
This was a fantastic short story of childhood sweethearts Mark and Lisa and their loyal dog. The story stays interesting and keeps you reading and the ending has a twist you won't see coming.
on Oct. 11, 2013
This is the third book I've read by John Miller and was not disappointed. Jack, recently divorced, takes to the road when he takes a wrong turn and finds himself stranded. When a beautiful woman on a motorcycle stops to help she takes him to Gladstone, a quiet town that time seems to have forgot. The descriptions are beautiful making the reader believe Gladstone is real and the characters are wonderfully written. The ending ties the story together yet leaves you wanting to read more. A fantastic quick read and I'm looking forward to reading the next book.