2017 Holidays Sale, by Clare Dugmore
Happy holidays, everyone! It’s been another great year for CQ, with a plethora of new releases, including debut authors, sequels, and new novels from established authors. And of course, we wouldn’t have had this success without you, our loyal readers. So, as a thank you, between Sunday, December 17 and Sunday, December 24 SEVENTY-SEVEN CQ […]
“H” is for “Holidays”: Bizarre Things to Celebrate This Spring, by Private: Vicki Keire
Spring is the perfect time to get out and celebrate. The warmer weather, after months of being cooped up as victims of winter’s tyranny, makes us want to shed some clothes, and get outside. It’s the ideal season to eat fresh and locally grown things, to buy handcrafted items at fairs, and to generally let […]
Family Holiday Books, by Clare Dugmore
Family Holiday Books, by Jordan Elizabeth Everyone I speak to wants to share his or her holiday tradition. Baking Christmas cookies with grandparents, building a snowman, decorating a tree as a family, opening presents on Christmas Eve… When I think back on my Christmas holidays, a book comes to mind first. ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS: […]
Cure a Holiday Movie Hangover!, by Clare Dugmore
Cure a Holiday Movie Hangover! by Rena Rocford There are few things as terrible as the feeling of having your favorite movie end, be it The Hobbit, the last episode of Game of Thrones, or one of the vast multitudes of holiday movies. As a kid, one of my favorite Holiday Movies was Home Alone. […]
The Book Lover’s Holiday Gift Guide, by Clare Dugmore
“Santa Claus is coming to town. Santa Claus is coming to town.” Okay, I know it isn’t even December yet, but with Thanksgiving only TEN days away I’m feeling the holiday spirit, and it’s never too early to get started on your holiday gift shopping. Which is why I’m excited to bring you my Book […]
Bizarre Fall Festivals, by Clare Dugmore
Bizarre Fall Festivals, by Vicki Keire Last week, I blogged about celebrating the turning of the seasons when living in a place where the weather tends to stay the same. It got me thinking about celebrations in general, and how we always celebrate the same two fall events: Halloween, and Thanksgiving. Don’t get me wrong. […]