Monday, March 28, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Monday, February 28th: The Literate Housewife Review
Tuesday, March 1st: You’ve GOTTA Read This!
Thursday, March 3rd: Amusing Reviews
Friday, March 4th: Musings of an All Purpose Monkey
Monday, March 7th: Caribousmom
Thursday, March 10th: Book Reviews by Molly
Tuesday, March 15th: Book Club Classics!
Wednesday, March 16th: Debbie’s Book Bag
Thursday, March 17th: In the Next Room
Friday, March 18th: One Person’s Journey Through a World of Books
Monday, March 21st: Peeking Between the Pages
Wednesday, March 23rd: Red Headed Book Child
Thursday, March 24th: Diary of an Eccentric
Friday, March 25th: Life in Review
Monday, March 28th: Suko’s Notebook
Tuesday, March 29th: Books and Movies
Wednesday, March 30th: Stephanie’s Written Word
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Friday, March 18, 2011
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011
Wednesday, March 16th: Books Like Breathing
Thursday, March 17th: Life in the Thumb
Wednesday, March 23rd: In the Next Room
Thursday, March 24th: Life In Review
Friday, March 25th: Book Club Classics!
Wednesday, March 30th: Amusing Reviews
Tuesday, April 5th: Jenn’s Bookshelves
Wednesday, April 6th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers
Thursday, April 7th: Wordsmithonia
Friday, April 8th: Proud Book Nerd
Friday, March 11, 2011
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
I have decided this year that I am going to allow more Guest Reviewers to review on my website. Does this make me a lazier blogger? Does this mean I'm "giving up" my blog to someone else? Does this mean I will lose readers because the "voice" will sometimes not be mine?
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
It's a new month and that means that it is time for another mysterious giveaway. If you haven't heard, I am calling this year The Year of the Mystery. I created my first mystery challenge. I'm reading more mysteries. My guest reviewers are reading more mysteries. I thought it would be only fitting to give away some wonderful mysteries. So here we are, The Year of the Mysterious Giveaways (insert spooky music here).
Michael St. Pierre, a reformed master thief, thinks he has left his criminal days far behind him, when he receives word that his best friend, Simon has been locked up and sentenced to die in a brutal desert prison. Breaking into jail for the first time in his checkered career, Michael is stunned to discover that his new girlfriend, KC, is connected to Simon’s case.
With a madman on their heels, the three adventurers make their way to Istanbul in search of the mysterious artifact that landed Simon behind bars in the first place: a map containing the location of a holy place lost to the mists of time, a repository of knowledge and treasure predating Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Testing their courage and wits, Michael and his team are forced to plot a series of daring thefts that take them inside some of the city’s most celebrated (and heavily guarded) sanctums, from the imperial harem of Topkapi Palace to the tombs of the Hagia Sophia itself. More than priceless artifacts are at stake—the lives of loved ones and perhaps the fate of humanity itself hang in the balance.
A globe-trotting adventure that wings from the glittering banks of the Bosporus to the highest peaks of the Himalayas, The Thieves of Darknessconfirms Richard Doetsch’s place as the modern-day master of pulse-pounding suspense.