Blog Tour & Giveaway: Keeper by Ingrid Seymour

Thanks for stopping by my stop on the blog tour for Keeper by Ingrid Seymour. For more tour stops stop by the Tour Page & Schedule. Keeper by Ingrid Seymour 400 pages For them, free will is a luxury . . .Greg Papilio both wants and dreads his impending metamorphosis. He’s tired of being an ugly […]

Lake Diablo, a Paradise in the North Cascades

Water lapping, birds chirping, trees bristling in the wind. The sounds surrounding the boat as it glides through the water are all peaceful, calming, relaxing. The clear jade green water and the white snow-capped mountain peaks surrounding the lake were stunning. Diablo Lake in the north Cascades of Washington is a reservoir fed from surrounding […]

Young Adult Review: The Girl With the Windup Heart by Kady Cross

The Steampunk Chronicles has turned out to be such an excellent series, delivering on so many different levels.  It delivers the steampunk elements I crave, mixes in some paranormal, has some great romances and incorporates a variety of most excellent characters. This is book four in the series and the last, I believe.  I’m sorry […]

Guest Post by Laurel Osterkamp for Love is All You Need

Today I want to welcome author Laurel Osterkamp to the blog with a guest post to celebrate Love is All You Need! I can remember a time before chick lit.  I have always been an avid reader, and when I was growing up I found plenty of books to keep me occupied. Iespecially liked Gone With the Wind, Joy in the Morning, and Surrender […]

Boost It Tuesday~ Book Bloggers & Authors- Link Up Your Facebook Page for a Boost!

Have you noticed that despite ALL of your Facebook “Likes” you are only “reaching” a very small portion of those followers? Does that bother you? It bothers us, and we want to boost each other up. Link up with Every Free Chance, Candace’s Book Blog, and Gin’s Book Notes for Boost It Tuesday. What is […]

Adult Review: Scene of the Climb by Kate Dyer-Seeley (Pictures Included!)

Scene of the Climb is an adult murder mystery but fit’s the ‘New Adult’ category fine since the main character, Meg, is fresh out of college.  She has a young voice and still lives the life of a young person.  This book is also appropriate for mature YA readers as there’s no adult content. Meg […]

Introducing The Page Girls Magazine with a #Giveaway!

The Page Girls (www.thepagegirls.com) is a new online mag with an emphasis on books, cocktails, and female friendships. Each week, they publish a themed issue containing short stories, book reviews, personal and funny essays, videos, cocktail recipes, and more. Some sample issues include The Craziest Thing I Did For Love and LYLAS (Love You Like a Sister). From […]

The Sunday Post, My Week In Instagram: New Books, Roses, Park Photos #PNW

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.  ~this meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~ It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week […]

Saturday Situation~ Link Up Your Reviews & Giveaways!

Happy weekend everyone! Welcome to Saturday Situation! If this is your first time stopping by here’s all the details for you: Saturday Situation is hosted by both Lori at Pure Imagination and myself. It’s a linky for you to link your book related giveaways and book reviews (and whatever neglected posts you may have). You’ll find the […]

Finding Your Passions, Sharing Your Passions, Pursuing Your Passion- Live Your Dream

Quick note- I’ve still been struggling a bit with reading this summer but part of that is because I’ve started pursuing some other interests as well and at times my brain is completely caught up in this new endeavor. I decided it was time to share with you all, hence this post. I’ve had a […]