Book Review from the Pen of Mae Clair: Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine @teagangeneviene —

Friday, July 24, 2020 I’m terribly late to the party.  I only just found this review by Mae Clair of “Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine.”  That she read it this summer is proof that it’s not just a Valentine’s tale.  Mae took my breath away when she said, “the descriptions dazzle like a kaleidoscope … More Book Review from the Pen of Mae Clair: Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine @teagangeneviene —

You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS? – by Chris Graham (aka The Story Reading Ape)

Thursday, July 16, 2020 I don’t reblog posts very often, but this one by Chris Graham was a must.  Many indie writers charge very little for their books.  If you don’t like a book then, fine — everyone has different tastes.  However, if you enjoyed it, leaving a good review in return for that pleasure … More You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS? – by Chris Graham (aka The Story Reading Ape)

Review by Teri Polen, Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine! #bookreview #steampunk — Books and Such

Thursday, May 28, 2020 I’m tickled pink to learn about this wonderful review of my steampunk novelette.  Put your feet up and enjoy a whimsical break with this quick, lighthearted story. There’s some romance, and a lot of silliness. It’s a steampunk/Victorian setting. You might call it a long-short story or a novelette. This is … More Review by Teri Polen, Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine! #bookreview #steampunk — Books and Such

Resa Honors the Glowing Pigs — Graffiti Lux Art & More

May 7, 2020  The multi-talented Resa McConaghy just did a post about my little collection of short stories, The Glowing Pigs – Snort Stories of Atonement, Tennessee.  I’m tickled pinker than Deme or Honeybell! In addition to her lovely Art Gowns, Resa photographs and shares brilliant murals and street art that she finds.  She’s used … More Resa Honors the Glowing Pigs — Graffiti Lux Art & More

#Bookreview – Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine: A steampunk novella by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Robbie’s inspiration

Yes, I meant to take a break this weekend. However, when Chris Graham told me there was a new review of Fiona Finch & the Pink Valentine, I had to come back.  Robbie Cheadle’s review tickled me pink!  Oops, I think I deleted the link. Please click here. I’m afraid to commit to next weekend, … More #Bookreview – Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine: A steampunk novella by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Robbie’s inspiration

Review of A Ghost In The Kitchen, Three Ingredients – 2, by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Mark Bierman

April 3, 2020 You know it’s unusual for me to do more than two posts in a week.  However, when I learned the amazing Mark Bierman had posted a review for A Ghost in the Kitchen – Three Ingredients II, I had to share.  I think Granny Phanny just did a back-flip.  I hope you’ll visit … More Review of A Ghost In The Kitchen, Three Ingredients – 2, by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Mark Bierman

From a Modern Romance to the Jazz Age: Two Book Reviews — Annika Perry’s Writing Blog

Thursday, February 27, 2020 I’m toasting Annika Perry, a delightful author who just did a fabulous review of my dictionary of Roaring Twenties slang, Speak Flapper. Universal Purchase Links: Kindle: relinks.me/B083HNK3BB Paperback: relinks.me/1656168553 I’m also in great company there today with her review of Jill Weatherholt’s book. Comments here are closed, because I hope you’ll click … More From a Modern Romance to the Jazz Age: Two Book Reviews — Annika Perry’s Writing Blog

Wednesday Writing — #Review Speak Flapper, and more

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 Yesterday, Marcia Meara shared a review of my non-fiction book “Speak Flapper – Slang of the 1920s.”   I was both thrilled and humbled to have this wonderful review from Fiza Pathan. I hope you’ll check out her blog, The Insane Owl. It’s Tuesday again, folks, and time to welcome our … More Wednesday Writing — #Review Speak Flapper, and more

New from Teri Polen — Subject A36 Release Day! #YA #scifi #NewRelease #dystopian

Happy Valentine’s Day, one and all!  I didn’t plan to be here today, but I wanted to drop in at least long enough to share about this book from Teri Polen. I’ve been eagerly following her progress toward publishing it. Comments are closed here, because I want you to visit Teri at her great blog. … More New from Teri Polen — Subject A36 Release Day! #YA #scifi #NewRelease #dystopian

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves #Non-Fiction – Speak Flapper: Slang of the 1920s by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

My latest book, Speak Flapper, Slang of the 1920s has made it to Sally Cronin’s Café & Bookstore. Comments are closed here.  Click over and visit Sally and her extraordinary bookstore. A change of genre for Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene with her new non-fiction guide to the 1920s. Speak Flapper with a wonderful cover. About the book … More Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves #Non-Fiction – Speak Flapper: Slang of the 1920s by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

#RRBC #Bookreview – Guest post by Teagan Geneviene — Robbie’s inspiration

  Tuesday, January 14, 2020 Rather than doing a Jazz Age Wednesday post tomorrow, today I’m visiting the wonderful Robbie Cheadle.  She is interviewing me — and she has a review of A Ghost in the Kitchen.  I’m excited and delighted to be there.  Comments are closed here because I want you to visit Robbie’s blog and get … More #RRBC #Bookreview – Guest post by Teagan Geneviene — Robbie’s inspiration

What Have We Here? — No Facilities Meets Thistledown

Happy weekend and happy holidays, my chuckaboos!  Between the launch work of the past two weeks (prep and actual launch) for Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam, I was working hard.  Now, I’m blessed to have a friend offer to do some handyman-type work around my house — things I’m not able to do.  Now that’s a great … More What Have We Here? — No Facilities Meets Thistledown

Spotlight: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Valentina Expressions

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 Update:  Hello all.  I just wanted to let you know — heartfelt thanks to everyone who left comments at Valentina’s blog.  I’ve been leaving replies, but they disappeared.  So I’m updating here, to say that I appreciate you, even though you may not see the comments. Valentina Cirasola has honored me … More Spotlight: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Valentina Expressions

Let’s Travel In The Cosmos Of Colors, Book Launch | Valentina Cirasola | Interior Designer — Valentina Expressions

  Designer and author, Valentina Cirasola, shares my own thirst for colors.  Click over and enjoy the launch of her book, “Red — A Voyage Into Colors.” I am happy to announce the release of the Second Edition of the book ©RED – A Voyage Into Colors, a book on colors I published for the … More Let’s Travel In The Cosmos Of Colors, Book Launch | Valentina Cirasola | Interior Designer — Valentina Expressions

October’s Featured Blogger: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Art by Rob Goldstein

I’m visiting my favorite artist!  Thanks to Rob Goldstein for hosting me at his art studio.  I appreciate everyone who has visited his post.  If you haven’t already, click over and say hello. Update: I’m not sure why the trailer video for Brother Love didn’t work in this reblog, but here it is. On a … More October’s Featured Blogger: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Art by Rob Goldstein

Kevin Cooper and his cats had me over for “An Interview with Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene”

via An Interview with the wonderful, Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene Author and musician, Kevin Cooper (and his feline friends) invited me to his place to talk about my urban fantasy town, Atonement, Tennessee and the books that are set there.   Of course they also wanted to know more about the calico of the novels, Lilith. … More Kevin Cooper and his cats had me over for “An Interview with Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene”

Three Things: 27 – Vampire, Years, Walked

With National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in full swing, I’m indulging myself with today’s set of three things.  When I wrote my NaNoWriMo 2012 winning novel, Atonement, Tennessee, I was somewhat influenced by the style of Charlaine Harris  — particularly her “Southern Vampire” series, sometimes referred to as the Sookie Stackhouse books.  While Atonement is … More Three Things: 27 – Vampire, Years, Walked