Thursday, February 24, 2011

Blast from the past

I have been waiting for the perfect book which would make me want to start blogging again and yes,I still carried on reading and reading but that one book that would inspire me just never came...
The penguin shines across the loving hydrogen.
Don't ask.......I wonder how many of my old friends are still around and how many gave up on me.
I have been so busy.Besides I was totally manic about blogging,it really was disrupting my home life.There is no way I could have sustained that pace.
So here is to 2011 and blogging less crazy...

While I was gone I built another little house,I will post pictures again.I am also moving out of this little house and moving closer to my daughter's school.A lot of changes but for me,what else is new? right?

Suzanne I have still visited but incognito.I want to catch up with ALL the news.Tomorrow is my last day at work.I did a 10 month contract filling in for a pregnant colleague.

I am going to start slowly but I would love help from friends who would want to post their true crime blog post on my blog?please e mail me if you are interested at
I would be really grateful and I just need that to get me started...
If there is anyone out there who is reading this and remembers me please let me know.I have missed you all

Please forgive me Pictures, Images and Photos


  1. Welcome Back!!! I had to do a double take when I saw your post in my inbox!

  2. Number One Best Seller by Brian Morley this book won't disappoint you!

  3. I am not a blogger so unfortunately I cannot offer up any blog posts for your true crime blog. But I was wondering if you had read the book "Skylights & Screendoors" that was recently released by Dean Smart ( It is the account of Dean Smart's relationship and experience of the murder of his brother, Gregg Smart at the hands of his wife Pamela Smart. Helen Hunt played Pamela in the movie that was based on this tragedy. It is not often that a surviving family member comes forward with their story so I am curios as to your thoughts on the book and how it fits into the true crime category.

  4. I'm glad to know you're OK! I was worried, and I don't even know you!

  5. Lately a lot of crime fiction appears, which takes place in ancient times or perhaps the Middle Ages. I do not know what could be the cause, but much more room for the writers. Suggest that we try to read a similar one. I do not know the latest expenditure, because I live in Hungary. But this country is now the "Murder on the Appian" has been on store shelves nemis so long ago.

  6. Oh Yvette! It is wonderful to have you back! I am so happy to see you are alright! And I look forward to sharing our love of reading again!!!


  7. Glad to see you pop in once in awhile, I miss reading your book thoughts :)

  8. Welcome back............good to see you


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