Writings, Thoughts, and Ramblings of MaryEllen Herrera
Immanuel’s Veins introduces a warrior, a servant in Her Majesty’s army, by the name of Toma Nicolescu, who was sent by the Empress of Russia to protect the Cantemir family during the time of the Russo-Turkish war of 1772.
Book 1 in a series of 3, 100 Cupboards is a fun and imaginative tale involving some very interesting characters.
The biography of music legend, Doc Watson, Blind but Now I See is a great book about this Appalachian musician. As the title indicates, this book is a biography of Doc Watson’s life.
I’ve been reading a whole lot more than I’ve been writing…which has contributed to my large (and growing) “reviews to be written” pile. Yes, it kind of stresses me out when I see a pile of books by my computer; mostly when I know they represent my “to do” list of books in need of a written review. What stresses me out even more is the knowledge that I’m about to add two or three more books to the stack in a few days because my reading hasn’t died down one bit. So, how am I planning to conquer this dilemma? Write more you say? Well, actually I’m going to write less…and here’s why.