Review: Petals by Laurisa White Reyes

Petals: A Novel is a very good novel about a young girl named Carly whose recovering from her mothers death but is also learning about her fathers Guatemalan culture. I do not want to give away the story but it is worth the read. The characters are well developed and the experience of her visit to Guatemala is written so well we also become culturally … Continue reading Review: Petals by Laurisa White Reyes

Cover Reveal: Finding Sarah Miller

Blurb: “Finding Sarah Miller is a journey of second chances.” Sarah, a divorced mom with two boys, makes the ultimate sacrifice and moves halfway across the world to keep her children close to their dad and his new wife. Once settled into their new life, Sarah yearns for something more and heads off on a road trip of self-discovery. She finds Marcus, a sexy mysterious … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Finding Sarah Miller

Book Freebie: From Gods

***2013 InD’Tale RONE Award Finalist for YA**** Did you just see a flash of lightning across the sky on a clear sunny day? Don’t blame Mother Nature.   Skylar Rome can’t wait to spend her last summer before college with her cousin, Kayla. Everything changes when they meet the Grand brothers. Skylar is sure she should stay away from Mason Grand, but their attraction is … Continue reading Book Freebie: From Gods

Missing The Point

Sometimes, being on the opposite side of the track, gives you a better view.   Sam McKenzie has everything he needs in his professional life.  Bluegrass Security is going strong, he just purchased a home for the first time in his life, he even got himself a dog.  Personally, however, life was a bit unsettled. His growing crush on Stevie Jorgenson was unrequited – he … Continue reading Missing The Point

Review: Wake Up to the Joy of You

When I first got the book, I thought it was the run of the mill self help book. I would read it and it would not really help me with my everyday struggles and huge lack of self-care. But this book actually inspires and encourages you to take time for yourself. It allows you to work through the chapters and experience the journey of your … Continue reading Review: Wake Up to the Joy of You

Keeper of Crows Review

Have you heard of binge watchers being a show hole? Well I was in the readers version called the book hole. I have started so many and stopped. Casey L. Bond always has a way of bringing that spark to met hat I need. It really got me back to the books literally when I was able to read Keeper of Crows. The idea of … Continue reading Keeper of Crows Review

New Release: Keeper of Crows

Carmen Kennedy is a spoiled brat from Beverly Hills with a chip on her shoulder and a cocaine addiction to match. Using drugs to suppress reality, her life is more than she can stomach most days. All she wants is to disappear, and on one fateful night, her wish is granted.   There is a world that exists just beyond the fabric of our own. … Continue reading New Release: Keeper of Crows

Retribution Cover Reveal

Retribution (After Light Saga Book 5) War is coming between humans and Arvies, leaving me trapped between two enemies. This time, I don’t think I’ll survive. The government will stop at nothing to get me back in their clutches. They want what’s inside me—a power I call Venge—and will use my greatest weakness to bring me to my knees.  The Arvies know of my gift, … Continue reading Retribution Cover Reveal

That’s So 90’s Pop Activity Book

There are no words for this 90’s baby when I opened this book up. It is like coloring my teenage years. I got to color Missy Elliot ya’ll! This book is one that I loved and I had to hide from my seventeen year old twins because they loved it too. I love to color to destress from my full time job and grad school. … Continue reading That’s So 90’s Pop Activity Book