Posts Tagged ‘ nonfiction ’

Pondering Passion: How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are

In honor of today's Buttontapper Challenge prompt, Passion, I bring you a Nonfiction Friday review of How to be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style and Bad Habits by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas. I grabbed a copy of this book at my local library, drawn by the title – but let's be honest, even more by the subtitle. Obviously I'm all about love, style Continue Reading...

Dewey’s 2018 Nonfiction Reading Challenge

Like reading? Want to join a reading challenge and prove it? As I'm busy setting up my goals for 2018 (I'll be posting an "18 for 2018" list of my big goals by the end of this year), I saw Dewey's 2018 Nonfiction Reading Challenge and decided to add it to my list. With flexible goals that you can set for yourself, this one is perfect for my ever-changing interests. So, what's my nonfiction Continue Reading...

Where were you on 9/11?

It's been 15 years since 9/11 happened. I lived in New York at the time, so I still remember exactly where I was when the towers fell. I had just graduated from college that May, and was still living in the neighborhood surrounding my alma mater, Fordham University, in The Bronx. My living situation was a bit precarious. I had told my parents, back in Ohio, that I wanted to stay on in New Continue Reading...

Play With Me: Sex Toys from A to Z now available only at Buttontapper Press

Guess what? My new book, Play With Me: Sex Toys from A to Z, is now available for download. Based on my 2014 April A to Z Challenge posts, Play With Me includes educational information about a wide variety of sex toys currently on the market. From anal beads to the Stronic Zwei, learn more about the toys that can help you spice up your love life whether you’re currently in a relationship or Continue Reading...

Buttontapper Press Best Reads of 2013

My 12 Days of XXXmas marathon is at its end, so I thought I'd throw out the names of some of the best books I've read in 2013, to see us out to the end of this quickly fading year. (Note that these are books I read in 2013, not necessarily books that were published in 2013.) Buckle up and ready your e-readers for more downloads! Best Erotica of 2013 This year, oddly enough, I didn't read Continue Reading...