Looking forward to summer

http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/550023093 I’ve wrapped up our school year here, which means that although the calendar still says it’s spring, it’s officially summer here (the weather would also agree with that). And I’m so glad. I’m looking forward to this summer for a few reasons. First, I’ll have more time to write for a few months. It’s not a lot more time, […]

Little Black Lies – A Review

Little Black Lies is a standalone title by Sharon Bolton that I received free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. The novel is, at first glance, about Catrin, Callum, and Rachel, three lonely, damaged people with tragic pasts, haunting demons, and an inability to move on. But it’s actually about so much more than that. It’s about three […]

Making progress on my work in progress

I finally came up with an idea that is actually going somewhere, and I’m excited to share a little bit with you. Here’s a little taste: Kylie Banning grew up on a dairy farm, and couldn’t wait to get away when she turned eighteen. She’s spent the last sixteen years traveling the world, and now makes a living with her […]

Exposed – A Review

Exposed is the third book in the Ethan Frost series by Tracy Wolff. I was given a free copy of the book by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. First things first: I have not read the first two books in the series. With that said, I feel the book still worked well as a standalone. I did not […]

A photo tour of my "city"

Today, I thought I might take you on a little tour of the area I live in. It was actually suggested by a friend to talk about the city I live in, but I don’t actually live in a city. I live in a town so small that we only have two traffic lights, and it’s only been a few […]

Don't Lose Her – A Review

Don’t Lose Her by Jonathon King is the latest in in his Max Freeman Mystery series, and Netgalley and Open Road Media gave me an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review. Full disclosure: This was the first book I’ve read with Max Freeman in it, and I believe it’s the first Jonathon King book I’ve read. In Don’t […]

Red Baron Brick Oven Pizza Review

It’s been a while since I’ve had a BzzAgent campaign worth writing about, but this one was. I received a coupon for a free Red Baron Brick Oven frozen pizza to participate in this campaign, but as always, the opinions are mine and honest. With two growing kids in the house, it’s hard to find food that’s fast enough to […]

Made some changes to the site

You might have noticed a few changes. Specifically, it might appear some things are missing. Rest assured, if you came looking for a product review, or a review of a book I’ve read, it’s still here. It’s just a blog post now, instead of it’s own page. It was getting too unwieldy for me to keep doing that, and I […]

My 5 favorite books

This week, I thought I’d share with you my top 5 favorite books. These books, out of all the books I’ve read and will read, are the ones I still remember and that I reread multiple times. They are not, however, listed in any particular order. Here they are: 11/22/63 by Stephen King. King’s tale of a schoolteacher who goes […]