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Hooray for Book Warehouses or The Miracle of Buy Five Get One Free! (Again)

[This post originally posted on September 2, 2011. If you’re wondering why, like the proverbial bad penny, it has turned back up, visit here. Otherwise just read it. :)]

So The Fiancee and I recently returned from a spot o’ business travel that involved us driving over 1700 miles to visit four states in less than a week.  Let’s just say it was a bit busy, with lots of car time and lots of coffee shop reading by me…  So, in other words, let’s just say hooray for me because I got to do all kinds of things I like – drink coffee, read, listen to audiobooks (my new favorite car thing, courtesy of The Fiancee – check out his site,, for reviews of what we listened to!), and talk about anything and nothing.  Oh yeah, and SHOP.

Shop, you ask?  Shop indeed, I reply.  Shop for books.  Shop for books because The Fiancee TOLD ME TO.  Seriously.  How much do I love this guy?!

Picture this – we have just spent the night in a suburb of Philadelphia near the home of my very good friends Michelle and Ray and their two darling little girls, Grayson and Avery.  We had a lovely evening, of course, with much wine, good food, great conversation, and playing-with-adorable-girls-time.  The Fiancee was exhausted after a slew of business meetings, but he was a champ and let me sit and talk as long as my little heart wanted – and then the next morning, when we were heading off to the next round of appointments and meetings, he gave me the greatest gift of all.  He drove me to a book warehouse and told me that we should wander around inside and not worry about the time.  🙂
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Top Ten: The Increasing Appeal of Short (Redux)

[This post originally appeared on April 5, 2012. If you wonder why it’s back, visit here. I used to do Top Ten lists as a regular feature; not sure why I haven’t picked it back up, really. Should I?]

Blah Blah Blah, I’ve raved and ranted about time (and the lack thereof) and short stories a thousand times.  So I’m not going to repeat any of that today.  I know, I know – the power of your collective sigh of relief actually just blew the papers off of my desk.  Instead I’m just going to give you a link to read my previous words on your own if you so desire, and am going to give synopses of the books themselves today, rather than an  exegesis* on how I feel about the genre…

We’ll see if you like this format better, equally, or at all by the comments, I suppose, which will give me some hints on how to proceed in the future.  Hooray – market research, and I don’t have to spend a penny!  Bully for me…  😉
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Jill Elizabeth

“Words to Live By” (Fiction – Again…)

[This post originally went live on April 18, 2011; if you are wondering why it’s here again, read this. I used to actually write – my own, original, fiction stuffs, not just reviews and blatherings on – and here’s some proof..]

So I thought I would post another piece of fiction, to prove […]

VACATION!! Or Warning, Warning – Recycling is About to Occur…

We are headed off on family vacation extremely shortly, hooray! I don’t want you to forget me, but I also don’t want to work on my vacation, soooo I’m going to schedule a couple of posts that I’ve carefully curated from my back catalog (translation: recycled from my old posts). If you are a […]

Psssst…. Sunborn Rising is Free Right Now!

I did a review the other day – if you haven’t seen, check it out here. If it intrigued you, the book is currently free on Amazon – not sure for how long, but it’s definitely worth checking out, to see the illustrations if for no other reason…


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