W.W.W. Wednesday

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WWW Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted by Should Be Reading.  All you have to do is answer these 3 questions: 

1. What are you currently reading?
2. What did you recently finish reading?
3. What do you think you’ll read next?

I am finished reading “How to Catch a Prince” by Leanne Banks

I am reading “Priceless Gifts” by Cara Colter

I am next reading “Heist Society” by Ally Carter

Teaser Tuesday: The Bikini Diaries by Lacey Alexander

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The Bikini Diaries by Lacey Alexander

When you pretend to be something, can you really become it? Just from the very act of pretending? Is it that easy, that fast? Who will I be then? At what point do you become the person you’re pretending to be? When is it real? Where is the line between the old you and the you you’ve become?

You can have profound connections with people without having a lasting relationship come from it.

Waiting on Wednesday: The Selection by Keira Cass

“Waiting on Wednesday” is a weekly event that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

I have to say that getting a kobo was definitely a worthwhile investment. I hadn’t gotten one before, not just because of the expense, but because I didn’t think I would use it all that often. Not so. I LOVE my kobo and would be lost without the online ebook library. That said, I am awaiting a book from said library to put on my kobo. Continue reading “Waiting on Wednesday: The Selection by Keira Cass”

Teaser Tuesday: Every Storm by Lori Wick

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Every Storm by Lori Wick

“I wished I shared your confidence.”
“You don’t have to. Just ask me, and I’ll keep telling you what to do.”

“She’s a bang-up little reporter.”
“I give her cookies.”

Waiting on Wednesday: Not Telling


“Waiting on Wednesday” is a weekly event that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

I have already read this book, but I’m still waiting eagerly for it. As some of y’all know I do freelance editing for a fabulous ebook company, and one of those books I’ve recently worked on is the one I cannot wait for. The novel is amazing, the cover is fabulous, and it is scheduled to be released in just a couple of weeks. What is the book you ask? Continue reading “Waiting on Wednesday: Not Telling”

Teaser Tuesday: A Special Something by Barbara Delinsky

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A Special Something by Barbara Delinsky

“I may not have known you five or ten years ago, but I’d guess that you’re one of those women who’s getting better, not older.”

“Oliver Ames,” Leslie scolded gently, “this sounds like a living advertisement. Next thing I know the cameramen will pop out from behind the drapes.”

She wanted a relationship, a closeness, a warmth. She wanted love. She was thirty now; hadn’t she waited long enough?

Simple Smile Saturday: Kitties

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Thanks to Jen Armentrout and hannahelt who inspired this meme. They claimed I get excited over the simplest things, so I decided to post something “simple” that I get excited over just to prove that the smallest things really do make you smile :0)

Today’s smile is… Continue reading “Simple Smile Saturday: Kitties”

Waiting On Wednesday: Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg


“Waiting on Wednesday” is a weekly event that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

I adore anything having to do with “Pride and Prejudice”. The novel by Jane Austen, movie adaptions, book spinoffs, you name it. I remember hearing about this young adult novel a year or so ago, yet the library didn’t have it. I meant to check back again eventually or maybe even buy the book, but actually forgot about it. But recently I came across the title and decided to see if this library (I’d moved since then) had the book and they do! Now I just have to wait for it to come in… Continue reading “Waiting On Wednesday: Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg”

Book Review: Destiny’s Path by Frewin Jones

destiny's pathSynopsis: In the end of the previous book, Branwen defeated the Saxons who were trying to invade her home. In this book, Brandwen must continue on the path The Shining Ones have put before her to fulfill her destiny. The old gods have sent a messenger to help guide Branwen and Rhodri on their way as they try to save a friend’s home from traitors and Saxons. Continue reading “Book Review: Destiny’s Path by Frewin Jones”