IT is a new week! For me, a four day student week, but lots of reading & writing to do! … More Salute to the Week!!
Synopsis: This book has three cozy mysteries to read:Eggnog Murder, Death by Eggnog, and Nogged Off. I am not going to go into the other two mysteries, because I want the reaer tos see how closely they relate to one another. All three are worth reading. Someone is poisoning a good citizen of Tinker’s Cover … More Book Review: Eggnog Murder by Leslie Meier, Lee Hollis, and Barbara Ross
Synopsis This book was a good read that combined the social issues of species endangerment due to lack of habitat and veteran issues. In addition, it reference the expense of cancer treatment and the toll is takes on the family. Dave’s friend is found murdered, but who did it? Why? Through a variety of twists … More Book Review: Dangling by a Thread by Lea Wait
As I review the books that I am currently reading, I have realizee that I haven’t paid for a book in a very long time. All of the books that I have enjoyed and read in the last 8 months were given to me by some very nice publishers and public libraries. It is very … More Grateful to Netgalley and Libraries
Innovative Education Colorado (InnEdCO) formerly TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION COLORADO, INC. (TIE) is a Colorado-based organization founded in 1986 by a group of teachers with a vision of hosting a conference focusing on the increasing role technology plays in education.I attended this conference in the summer of 2015. It was my first and only time, but I … More InnEdCO 2017
(c) Michelle Dragalin 2016 Writing book reviews on mysteries is a matter of discipline vs. no discipline. The author decides what the Main Character will do in the story. The Main Character is the one who the reader reflects and determines whether or not the “criminal” who committs the crime. The books that provide … More Book Reviews/Mystery Stories