It turns out blogging every day is actually very difficult for me. I can’t even seem to schedule them in advance. And normally I get one or two a week, so seven is quite a stretch for me. That being said, I still have a few Christmas themed ideas I’d like to blog about. But I’m removing the stress from myself of having to do every day. Because I can’t help but think of how I’m failing at my own… Keep Reading
Hi! I’m coming out of seclusion to tell you about this book I just finished. I LOVED it so much that I’m bursting to tell everyone. The Sheriffs of Savage Wells by Sarah M Eden Paperback: 336 pages Genre: Historical, Western, Romance (sweet) My Rating: 5/5 Synopsis: He’s the most fearsome sheriff in the West. A force to be reckoned with. The stuff of legend. So is she. . . . May the best sheriff win. Paisley Bell knows the eccentric… Keep Reading
In honor of Romance Awareness month, I bring you Cinder Heart and Fairest One by Amy Linnabary. Do you like Fairytale retellings like I do? This series will not disappoint. Read more about this series below. Conversation: What type of ROMANCE books do you like to read? Adult? YA? Stories with romance as a side plot line? Contemporary? Historical? Fantasy? Let me know in the comments below!
Alright book-lovers, what were your favorite books of the year? Here are the questions. Either answer below or write your own post and add your link to the comments so we can see your favorites. You can answer the same book for multiple questions. Have fun! I can’t wait to read your answers. Best Book of 2016? Book you were excited about and thought you were going to love more but didn’t? Most surprising (in a good way!) book… Keep Reading
I started a poll on Twitter to see who’s listening to Christmas music already. I am for sure. Fm100.c0m is playing Christmas music all day in my house. I haven’t pulled out Spotify or Pandora yet, but those will come. How about you? Are you listening to Christmas Music yet? Cast your vote here! *Click the picture for a lovely version of Silent Night by David Archuleta. (If you can’t tell, I love his voice. It’s made for Christmas)