Bookish conversation with author Samantha Wilcoxson.
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Hey everyone! I've been trying to at least add blog posts over here at Booklikes, but the site does not work well for me. (I know this has sadly been an ongoing problem.) I haven't been posting reviews here, but I do sometimes write them on Goodreads. If you enjoy my posts, please follow my blog HERE. I hate to have to do this, but I'm not sure that I will continue here at BL.
I have made some great friends and connections through Booklikes, and I hope to continue some of those on other platforms. Thanks!
During a recent weekend in Indianapolis, I was thrilled to stumble upon this gem on the north side of downtown. I'll be honest, I didn't even realize that President Benjamin Harrison was from Indiana, so this was a fascinating visit!
I had the opportunity last weekend to visit a poignantly relevant historic place close to home. The Landmark for Peace in Indianapolis remembers Martin Luther King Jr and Robert Kennedy, two leaders remembered for tirelessly striving for peace and justice.
I am supposed to be on my way to Venice with my family today. Instead, it is just one more COVID cancellation. Don't even get me started on cancelling travel & dealing with vouchers & nonrefundable fees.... Let's just enjoy a little virtual taste of Italy.
I'm happy to welcome historian Sharon Bennett Connolly to my blog today with a fantastic post on the daughters of William Marshal as part of her Ladies of Magna Carta blog tour!
For the last day of my blog tour, Pam Lecky has invited me over for an interview where she tries to stump me with challenges like selecting only 5 favorite books!
On Judith Arnopp's blog, we are talking about the Society of the Living Dead, an organization started by women who were dying of radium poisoning.
The next stop on my blog tour is an interview with author Tony Riches.
LUMINOUS BLOG TOUR: DAY 8
LUMINOUS BLOG TOUR: DAY 7
Today is the day! Luminous is available now on Kindle or in paperback.
It's DAY 4 of my blog tour, and I am thrilled to be a guest at History, the Interesting Bits discussing exploitation of workers at Radium Dial. You won't believe just how long it went on!
Day 3 of my blog tour takes me to the blog of author Regina Jeffers, where we look at the worker compensation laws of the 1920s & 30s that failed to protect dial painters working with radium paint.
It's DAY 2 of my Luminous Blog Tour, and I am excited to share this first touching book review from author Stephanie Churchill.
My Luminous Blog Tour starts today! It is a little bit surreal to be sending this book out into the world in just a couple of days. If you are interested in learning more, please visit the Coffee Pot Book Club to learn about life of the young women who would become known as Radium Girls.