A Memoir About Nature You Won’t Want to Miss
book reviews

A Memoir About Nature You Won’t Want to Miss

I love reading books about people surviving nature. This offering from NetGalley caught my eye: Weathered: Finding Strength on the John Muir Trail by Christy Teglo A new hiker decides to try the 222-mile John Muir Trail–and survives! I picked up Christy Teglo’s memoir, Weathered: Finding strength on the John Muir Trail (Perspective Through Adventure … Continue reading

Book Review: The Writer’s Body Lexicon
book reviews / characters

Book Review: The Writer’s Body Lexicon

I’ve devoured both of Kathy Steinemann’s pithy writer’s help books, The Writer’s Lexicon Vol. 1 and 2. I received her latest–The Writer’s Body Lexicon–as an ARC and it now occupies pride of place on my how-to-write virtual bookshelf. It covers descriptions and details about bodies and so much more. It’s available on Amazon tomorrow–June 30, … Continue reading

Non-fiction for Indie Authors
book reviews / research

Non-fiction for Indie Authors

Here are three more interesting non-fiction books I read recently: Humor That Works–humor as the key to communication The Writer’s Lexicon Volume II–like Volume I with more words–a godsend to Indies. The Rural Setting Thesaurus–descriptions of personal and natural places as though you had been there –a note about my reviews: I only review books … Continue reading