Posts Tagged: Richard McGuire

Aug 17
Top Authors Who Need to Write Their Next Book NOW

Top Authors Who Need to Write Their Next Book NOW

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week a new topic is given, and this week’s topic is: Top Ten Authors Who Need to Write Their Next Book NOW I did a minor tweak to this week’s Top Ten Topic.  They aren’t necessarily all auto-buy authors in the sense that I can’t say I will always buy their future books, but for all of the authors listed below, I loved their last books so much… Read more »


Mar 02
Top Ten Favorite Books of the Last Two Years

Top Ten Favorite Books of the Last Two Years

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week a new topic is given, and this week’s topic is: Top Ten Favorite Books of the Last Two Years I revised this topic to be over the last two years, rather than the last three years.  Two years ago is when I started blogging and using Goodreads, and I’m not certain of the dates I read books prior to that.  Besides, narrowing this down to just ten in… Read more »


Jan 27
Top Ten Books I’d Like to Read With a Book Club

Top Ten Books I’d Like to Read With a Book Club

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week a new topic is given, and this week’s topic is: Top Ten Books I’d Like to Read With a Book Club I’ve never belonged to a book club.  Unless you count blogging, and hey, why not?  But if I did belong to an “official” book club, the books below would be at the top of my list.  I’ve already read all of them, so I’m including… Read more »


Jan 21
Review: Here by Richard McGuire

Review: Here by Richard McGuire

This is not so much a review as me frantically urging you, “Please go check out this book!”  I read a review of the graphic novel, Here, shortly before it was published in December.  It sounded so interesting – a novel that depicts images showing how a living room of a single house and its various inhabitants change over many decades.  The author also depicts that same little slice of our planet in the earliest days of Earth, as well as imagining what… Read more »