From philosophy books to lighthearted romance novels, we all have this carefully curated stack of decorative coffee table books that makes us seem more educated and interesting to visiting guests. But when they ask about one of the books, chances are we have no idea what it's about. So in attempts to maintain our facade, we mutter on about the synopsis we glanced over or make something up based on the title. This works well up until the point our beloved guest decides they are so intrigued by our summary that they want to borrow it. Or worse, they confess that they read it. #busted. In order to prevent this from happening, I decided to dive into one of my own coffee table reads: The Color of Tea by Hannah Tunnicliffe.
Today meeting some local Authors for writing Power. I really missed thing there is so much talent here in NS that am proud to be part of . Happy Sunday all Cheers Brenda
it's hard getting back into a schedule from vacation. When I was in Bonaire we visited the salt Flats let me say this picture is just beautiful. When the sun hits the water it becomes a blanket of crystals and the mountains behind it Yes it's salt mountains. Just a beautiful place to visit where … Continue reading Good morning Thursday
Hi all have a wonderful Thursday little vacation time Cheers Brenda
Hey Everyone, Starting today, Brenda is on vacation until January 19th, 2020! While she's away enjoying some good drinks with friends and the warm weather, she won't be able to post any new articles or updates. So she's entrusted me to do so, in the first-ever Brenda's Thought's blog takeover!
a few days ago I was chatting about who inspired your character in your book. Me it was this guy Henry Cavill is My Max Pierce in Billionaire’s Love and Forgiveness. Who inspired yours? Gif if you can? Have fabulous Sexy Tuesday Brenda