The Sunday Post No. 4

[In order to ensure I’m focused on my goals (blogging, reading, writing, social media, non-interwebz goals, etc), I’m going to be combining my ROW80 check-in (which is usually short anyway), and my Sunday Post check-in, as well. If you’re looking just for the ROW80 part and want to skip what I’ve read in books and Read More …

ROW80, Round 1 Wednesday Update: Moving Right Along

It’s Wednesday! How the heck did it get here so flipping fast? This is crazy. I mean I swear to my goodness it was just Sunday and I was posting my goals for the week and the Sunday Post. Then Monday flew by (partly because of my cooking disaster which led me to blogging about banana Read More …

Joining the 2016 #BookishResolutions Challenge

Yes, I’m joining yet another challenge. I can’t help it. It keeps me motivated, and on task. More than that though, it makes me accountable to myself to get things done I said I’m going to get done! I also think I might have a slight addiction to bookish and writing related challenges. But since Read More …

Book Review: Sebring by Kristen Ashley

Title: Sebring Author: Kristen Ashley Blurb: Nick Sebring has issues. Born feeling like an outsider in his own family, growing up under the shadow of a brother who could do anything, Nick isn’t that great of a guy. But when this culminates with Nick lashing out to hurt his brother through the woman he loves, Nick Read More …

The Sunday Post No. 3

[In order to ensure I’m focused on my goals (blogging, reading, writing, social media, non-interwebz goals, etc), I’m going to be combining my ROW80 check-in (which is usually short anyway), and my Sunday Post check-in, as well. If you’re looking just for the ROW80 part and want to skip what I’ve read in books and Read More …

Book Review: Daring Miss Danvers by Vivienne Lorret

Title: Daring Miss Danvers Author: Vivienne Lorret Blurb:  It’s all fun and games . . . until someone falls in love. Oliver Goswick, Viscount Rathburn, needs money—and soon. With time ticking away and his inheritance held hostage until he’s properly wed, Rathburn’s slim options point to a single solution: a faux engagement. In need of Read More …