2019 Recap

It’s been a busy years since my return to the blogosphere back in March last year so I though I would recap some of the highlights. First and foremost I would like to give a very big THANK YOU! to those who invited me as a guest over at their own digs. Among those are:

Mae Clair who was the first to welcome me back to the blogosphere after my very long absence.

da-AL was very kind when she invited me over to talk about my little soul mates: Aragorn & Rico.

Norah Colvin inspired me to reminisce about my school days!

Sue Vincent invited me for a guest post to talk about my books… And,

Sally Cronin enticed me to write a special tripartite post on reviews over at her place!

In addition to this, I’ve had several guests visiting my digs and all of these can be found under my category: Book Talk & Other Guest Posts which is located in widget area.

When I first came back to blogging I started out by posting many of my old book reviews I had posted on Amazon. After that I started posting new reviews. I purposely focused on indie authors whose work was new to me. So in a lot of cases I was in new territory… New genres, new styles of writing, new topics… In some cases I felt quite out of my depth and comfort zone as a reader/reviewer. It is this that inspired me to do the tripartite post on reviews over at Sally’s blog. (See above)

Anyway, although I did enjoy the books I read, I’d like to finish this recap by presenting three of the books I found to be my most intriguing reads for 2019 in no particular order:

Zoo of Human Frailties by Dale Green

The Gemini Connection by Teri Polen

While The Bombs Fell


22 thoughts on “2019 Recap

  1. What a lovely post, Kevin. And thanks for the reading recommendations. I’ve read Teri’s book and will pick up Dale’s and Robbie’s. I’m so glad you’re back to blogging. Have a wonderful 2020 with some awesome reads ahead. ❀

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  2. We are so glad to have you back in the blogosphere, Kev. I’m honored to have been your first return blog visit. You were missed when you were away. Congrats on your accomplishments, and kudos to Teri, Robbie, and Dale!

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  3. I’m too new to know you were coming back. Either way, pleased to have made your acquaintance in the last year. I hope 2020 is a banner year filled with good times and happy writing.

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