Tag: Lisa Samson

Reading Lisa Samson

I’ve written about Lisa Samson in posts past. Like here where I write about how one of her books helped me mourn the death of a good friend. Or here where I use her as a name-drop about 30 times in a ranty post. Anyway, I…

3 Reasons to Read My Mother’s Chamomile

I saw a friend the other day at Starbucks. He happens to have written the #1 helpful review of Paint Chips. He told me that he hasn’t read My Mother’s Chamomile. Then he asked me why he should read it. What a great question….

Who’s Awesome?! (Rare Weekend Edition)

Creatives can be insecure. Really, really insecure. Like meltdown-in-the-fiction-aisle-at-Target-because-your-novel-will-never-be-as-good-as-Snooki’s insecure. Not that I would know anything about that specific incident. {ahem} The funny thing is that, although insecure, we can also be very egotistical. I don’t know if that springs from our insecurities. Or…

Reading L.L. Samson

What would it be like to meet a character from a book you love? No, really. MEET the character. Have him hanging out with you. Eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and engaging in adventures. That would be pretty interesting/exciting/fantastic/terrifying. It all depends upon…

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