Thank you to Shannon at Reads and Reels for putting up with me being late for this tour! This was an amazing read that definitely needs to be processed. Synopsis A raw story of courage and redemption. Daniel settles for a mundane office job in the suburbs but is haunted with guilt. When a beautiful... Continue Reading →
5 out of 5 Stars Synopsis We recommend the following prescription: Strange Medicine - weird and wonderful stories for all that ails you. Strange Medicine is a fantastic collection of extraordinary tales of transformation by UK weird-fiction author Mike Russell. If you love the strange, surreal and unusual or if you are just looking for... Continue Reading →
4 out of 5 Stars Synopsis For fans of Max Brooks’s The Zombie Survival Guide and zombie aficionados everywhere, a hilarious debut novel about life (and love) after death. Meet Andy Warner, a recently deceased everyman and newly minted zombie. Resented by his parents, abandoned by his friends, and reviled by a society that no longer considers... Continue Reading →
4 out of 5 Stars Synopsis The Uncomfortable Confessions of a Preacher’s Kid is the story of a childhood controlled by the brutal hand of a narcissistic, closeted homosexual. I believed I could leave my upbringing behind and walk away unscathed. I married a closeted homosexual man, in hopes he could keep me safe. As... Continue Reading →
5 out of 5 Stars *I received a copy of this book from the author. All thoughts and opinions are my own* Synopsis The Things We Learn When We’re Dead is about how small decisions can have profound and unintended consequences, but how we can sometimes get a second chance. On the way home from... Continue Reading →
Thank you to Jill at Books N All Book Promotions for inviting me on this tour! Synopsis When a chance meeting with a local publisher outside a small bookshop results in all three of her manuscripts being signed, Ruby Wright thinks she has it made. Already she sees images of herself wearing dark glasses, being... Continue Reading →
So, I'm about to go off on one of my random, un-planned tangents.. Hold on to your hats, knickers, briefs or whatever else you feel like holding on to! First I will apologize to my male gendered followers! This is a complete open discussion and I hope to get your weigh in on this as... Continue Reading →
So, I was folding laundry yesterday, and when I do that I like to throw something on the T.V that I don't necessarily want to pay attention to. So, enter the Netflix Black Hole. So, I know that most of you have probably experienced this, or something similar. I definitely have. You are watching a... Continue Reading →
4 out of 5 Stars When Markie's marriage falls apart after her husband has an affair that goes public (if he had just kept it quiet, they could have worked it out!) Markie packs up her things and her son Jesse and moves to a small bungalow that is complete with no room, and a... Continue Reading →
Had to reblog this from Irina over at [I drink and Watch Anime] who is ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC and just saved me by reading my mind and posting the PERFECT thing today when I was fretting about having nothing to post today as I don’t (sadly) have the time! STOP READING MY MIND IRINA!!! Lol! PLEASE check out their blog as it it WONDERFUL!!
Dear friend with a blog,
Have you been getting the feeling that you are a little bit too invested in your blog. You fret and worry about it. You’ve set up all these imaginary goals and now you feel bad when you fail to reach them no matter how unrealistic they may have been.
Do you feel like you owe your blog something? I know you feel lazy and a little ashamed when you haven’t posted in a while. You’re not going to lose sleep over it but, still. You feel bad if you don’t deliver on projects you may have teased. You feel a little let down when you pour your heart and time into a post that goes ignored. You have some emotional attachment to your work, I get it.
you may be overdoing it
Ok I know a few of you are super cool. You can just…
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