Tag Archives: John W. Howell Author

Views of the Neighborhood – Rockport Texas

Rockport Texas is a town close to Port Aransas and was hit by Hurricane Harvey as well. Since the sun was out for the first time in ten years, the Producer and I decided to drive there and check up on how my books fared in the bookstores. Although we didn’t locate any books we […]

Friday JohnKu – AKA – TGIF

  Another work week down. This one was quite chilly. We had temps in the 80’s on Monday. By Wednesday we were in the 30’s, and the schools were closed due to sleet. I think I have said we are not built for this kind of weather. Today is supposed to rain with a high […]

Thursday – A Little Personal – Housebound

“Hey, Lucy. Do you want to come up here on the couch you look a little down.” “To tell you the truth, I wish there was something to play with.” “I know it is boring when you can’t go outside.” “Yeah, why can’t we go out? “For heaven’s sake, Lucy. Can you take a look […]

Wednesday Story Day – AKA – Hump Day

  It is Wednesday Story Day again. Last week we left Sheriff Seth Gibson storming out of Jason McDonnell’s office because he was thwarted from interviewing Lucas without the permission of Lucas’ doctor. My assumption is Jason will talk to the doctor and then get in touch with Seth. We really have to get back […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do on a City Tour

    The inspiration for this post was thinking about super cities and the possibility of taking tours of them. There are not necessarily guided tours but just touring in general. 10 If you are touring Chicago, do not wear your Yankee baseball cap. If you do, at best people will believe you have just been […]

Book Launch – The Hat by Craig Boyack – Lisa Burton Visits

I want to welcome Lisa Burton, Craig Boyack’s personal assistant to Fiction Favorites. She is here to tell you about Craig’s latest book. As you may know, I love Craig’s work and can highly recommend his writing.  It is always a pleasure to have her join me here on the coast. Hi, Lisa.   Hi, […]

Views of the Neighborhood – Crochet Art

Today’s view of the neighborhood is very unusual. Every year during the holidays an unknown person decorates the bollards that serve to keep cars away from certain parts of the beach. These decorations are hand crochets, and each one is unique. What is surprising is one day they are not there and the next they […]