Book Reviews: #Texas Authors @JanSikes3 @WHVenema

Hey, everyone. For those of you in the US, I hope you enjoyed the long weekend. Welcome to the first Tuesday of July. I'm plugging right along with my TBR list, and today I have three reviews. All three books are written by Texas authors, and two of them are set in Texas. The first … Continue reading Book Reviews: #Texas Authors @JanSikes3 @WHVenema

Snowmaggedon #ThursdayThoughts

Hey, everyone. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know Texas had a massive winter storm last week. I’ve been calling it Snowmageddon. Other names I’ve seen are Snowpocalypse and Snovid-21. Whatever you call it, this wasn’t a fun time for any of us. Needless to say, I’d rather not have been a … Continue reading Snowmaggedon #ThursdayThoughts

Hank Williams and Johnny Horton #MysteryMonday

Hey, SE Readers. Welcome to 2021. I think we’re all hoping this will be a better year than the last one, but as a friend said a few weeks ago, “I’m not agreeing to anything until I see some terms and conditions.” Like it or not, 2021 is here. And as for 2020, all I … Continue reading Hank Williams and Johnny Horton #MysteryMonday

Babushka Lady #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. I wrote this post a year ago, but held it when I decided to take a blogging break for NaNoWriMo. I found it in my archives, so this month, you get two Mystery Monday posts. Yesterday marked the fifty-seventh anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. On November 22, 1963, as … Continue reading Babushka Lady #MysteryMonday

The Saratoga Light #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. It’s been a while since I did a Mystery Monday post. This topic has been on my mind for a while, so here goes. The Big Thicket is a heavily forested area of Southeast Texas. It’s a high biodiverse area with at least eight ecosystems, over 160 species of trees and shrubs, 800 … Continue reading The Saratoga Light #MysteryMonday

My Own Back Yard #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. There are countless mysteries around the world, most of which will never be solved. I had a few topics in mind for today, but nothing resonated enough for me to finish the post. But thanks to friend and fellow author, Mae Clair, who wrote about a personal event in a Weirdness Wednesday post, … Continue reading My Own Back Yard #MysteryMonday