As I was exploring new blogs during my free time. I stumbled upon a movement known as Bloggers Commenting Back. It instantly grabbed my attention since it addressed an issue I expressed previously in my blog. Continue reading Bloggers Commenting Back
Britta is offered a deal: her freedom in exchange for her father’s killer. However, it’s not so simple. The alleged killer is none other than the boy she once loved. I received the sequel to this as an ARC. You’ll find it in stores on December 5 2017! Continue reading Ever the Hunted | Erin Summerill
Unbelievable! I’ve just been nominated for The Liebster Award!! I’ve been seeing this around the blogosphere without really knowing what it is. So Thank you Susie @ 40andholding for nominating me and shedding some light into this topic. You don’t know how grateful I am for this. Especially since I very recently started my blog!
Holiday themed anything is usually something I avoid. Christmas is no exception. However, when I read the summary of this book, I faltered. I received this as an ARC. You’ll find it in stores on November 15 2017! Thank you HQ Digital for providing me with this Christmasy fun! Doesn’t the cover look delicious! Continue reading Christmas at the Second Chance Chocolate Shop | Kellie Hailes
Sabrina Mayerson is turning 40, and all she wants for her birthday is one night of hot, sweaty, twenty-something sex. I think thats reason enough to read it, don’t you? I received this as an ARC. You’ll find it in stores on November 7 2017! Thank you Clark Street Books for providing me with this light hearted book candy! Continue reading Boy Toy | Beth Orsoff
I’ve just been nominated for Best New Blog 2017 in Nepaliaustralian’s Blog Awards 2017 by whatis – Thank you for thinking of me. I’m so honored for this nomination!
Full Transparency: My Reading Slump lasted for two whole years! Two. And I finally got rid of it! ^^
Shocking! I know. As a full fledged book owl I could not wrap my head around this at all! Throughout that time, I’ve tried everything possible but nothing seemed to work for me. Eventually, after I found out the reason why I could no longer follow a single string of words, it made sense. I was depressed. And not in the, I’m upset for a day or a week and then I’m over it kind of way. But more of the deep, sad for months, clinical kind of depressed. My mind was soo upset, stressed and over worked that I could literally no longer read words. It was painful and trying only resulted in severe headaches and sadly more depression for not being able to do the thing I love most. Continue reading How To Get Rid Of Your Reading Slump. From An Expert.