Bonnie S. Calhoun is Owner/Director of Christian Fiction Blog Alliance helping to promote Christian fiction with blog tours. She is owner/publishes of Christian Fiction Online Magazine devoted to readers and writers of Christian fiction. As Northeast Zone Director for American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), she was named ‘2011 Mentor of the Year.” She is President of (CAN) Christian Authors Network, and also Appointment Coordinator for both the Colorado Christian Writers Conference and the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference.
In her spare time she is an avid social media junkie, and teaches Facebook, Twitter, blogging and HTML. Bonnie and her husband live in a log cabin on 15 acres in upstate area of Binghamton, New York with a dog and cat who consider the humans as wait-staff. Her website is bonniescalhoun.com.
Didn't enjoy this book at all.
This I downloaded from Amazon, expecting the best but not getting the best. I was disappointed. Read more
I downloaded this book from Amazon, and as always the cover art is what draws me in. This time, it was a bait and switch. Read morePublished 6 months ago by sesquius
While most of the characters and their interactions were well developed, the title was perplexing. While there was a bookstore, and obviously books, there was no cooking and no... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kathleen Isaac
COOKING THE BOOKS is the first book in Ms. Calhoun's Sloan Templeton Mystery series. Ms. Calhoun is the queen of sarcastic, snappy, snarky writing, I think, and some of the wording... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lollipops
the book was okay but not my favorite. I didn't like the ending or the way it seemed choppy in places. Overall it was okay but i probably wouldn't read another one of her books.Published 11 months ago by marv j alexander
Enjoyed it on a cool summer's day. A glass of lemonade, a good book, a comfy seat on a cool back porch and you are all set.Published 12 months ago by Jeanne C. Boutwell
While not well written and a slow read the concept of the book has merit and would be a good advanced middle school or high school reading assignment connected with women's... Read morePublished 13 months ago by chickengirl 610