Try saying The Synonym Finder 5 times real fast! Lol. This is a great reference book if you don’t like your word processor’s thesaurus for writing. Sometimes getting a big book out and going through it is great. It’s easier to stumble upon a new word if you’re going through a print book. At least for me. I get lazy myself and use the word search on my software more than I like to admit. #awriterslife #amwriting #referencebooks #booknerd #bookporn #bookgeek #bookblog #bookblogger #booklover #bookshelves
Thanks so much for dropping by my site for BookHounds and Stuck in Books Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Hop! The summer solstice is here, and it’s going to be a hot one this year. As I write this, the temps here in the Phoenix area are reaching 120 F. Not sure what I’d do without the air-conditioning or a pool nearby!
I will be giving away a $10 gift card from Amazon and the ebook, The Long Road Home, which is a Romance Writers of America two-time Golden Heart Finalist in Traditional Romance. IF YOU ENTER THROUGH RAFFLECOPTER, YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ADDED TO MY NEWSLETTER. I don’t spam. My newsletter consists of freebies, giveaways and latest news.
Who doesn’t like a road trip during the summer? Clarisse doesn’t…
Travel across the country with her old lover, John McDonnell–and his girlfriend? Impossible. But Clarisse Madison is desperate. Terrified of flying and unable to drive long stretches because of a knee surgery, she sees no other way to get from New York to San Diego and her sister’s wedding.
Three years ago, a plane crash disfigured her leg and destroyed her career as a model. Self-esteem crushed and fearful of rejection, Clarisse severed her relationship with John. Now, forced to travel across the country with him and his girlfriend, Vivian, she is determined to hide her disfigurement. Driving through state after state and mile after mile, though, she begins to fall in love all over again.
But can anything come of it? Can she overcome her pride for the sake of love?
5 STARS – “I LOVE this book. It is on my “Read Again” list.”
5 STARS – “It was so well written that you could feel the same emotions as the characters. I loved this book!!”
5 STARS – This book was very emotional an intense. The story line was so different than anything else I’ve ever read before
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If you’re into vampires this is the book for you even if you’re not looking for a reference book for writing. The Vampire Book: The Encyclopedia of the Undead is over 800 pages of anything you can pretty well think of when it comes to vampires. I love the paranormal so this encyclopedia of the undead was a must! The book goes back to 1047 AD where the word vampire first appeared in written word.