I never understood why people make new years resolutions. Why would you wait until the new calendar year to: lose weight, make a budget, start working out, start saving money, stop smoking. All of those are good ideas, they also require lifestyle changes to make them work. But they don’t require a new calendar year … Continue reading Resolutions Or Lack Thereof
Going through the list of books that I’ve read this year is a daunting task in itself. To narrow that down to pick a favorite, that will take more than one Saturday morning to decide. Here’s the list in no particular order. No, my book is not in the list. I would surly pick it, … Continue reading Book of the Year Part 1
I had this same line in a review of my book.
You know, that one dog that’s always on alert when you’re on the move through the house. You make a trip to the refrigerator and they’re on your hip like a secret service agent. Walking down the steps, they’re right there looking for danger. Well, maybe not looking for danger. They’re just curious, bored, or … Continue reading Velcro Dogs
This happens all the time. A book considered to be brilliant, gets in the hands of a producer that has no idea how to bring the story to life. The seventh installment in Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole series has been released on the big screen and has a 9% on Rotten Tomatoes. Yes, that’s bad. … Continue reading When One Of Your Favorite Books Becomes A Bad Movie
Huge Mystery, Thriller and Suspense book fair. CLICK HERE Ebook & a couple of audiobooks too. One is mine, check out the sample and pick up a copy. https://www.tinaglasneck.com/mystery-bookfair
After my plans of arriving home after a long business trip were thwarted by the first-class passengers not getting their catering, I wrote a letter to United Airlines voicing my displeasure. The only thing I wanted was an answer to this question: “Is it policy to hold up the flight for the convenience of the … Continue reading Unfriendly Skies Part 2