Book Review: The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins - A Powerful Technique to Creating Lasting Change

Book Details:   Title: The 5 Second Rule Author: Mel Robbins Publication Date: February 28th, 2017 Publisher: Savio Republic Genre: Self-help   My thoughts:   I first heard about Mel Robbins via an interview she conducted with Tim Bilyeu on his youtube channel. Due to her no-nonsense style, I immediately bought her book The 5 Second Rule and began to read it. While I love the concept of The 5

Book Blitz: Random On Tour: Las Vegas - A Romantic Comedy by Julia Kent

Now, I am always especially interested in finding a book on tour that highlights the town I am currently living in: Las Vegas. So of course, I have to tell you about the ninth installment of the Random series. Random on Tour Las Vegas by Julia Kent is a romantic comedy, that is fast-paced and not your typical romance. Are you ready for a wild ride? Enter the giveaway at

Book Blitz and Giveaway: A Beautiful Mess by John Herrick - A Romance With A Dash Of Hollywood

Are you ready for something a little different? A Beautiful Mess by John Herrick, is an adult romance with ties to Marilyn Monroe – yes, the movie icon who lost her life too early, many years ago. I am looking forward to reading this book, and I hope you do as well. Also, enter for your chance to win a 10 Dollar Amazon gift card, by entering in the giveaway

Book Blitz and Giveaway: Taming The Rebel by Dawn Klehr - A Young Adult Romance

~ Release Day News ~  Time to share a refreshing, humorous and romantic young adult novel called “Taming The Rebel” by Dawn Klehr! And as an added bonus, I have a giveaway for your chance to win: Signed copies of all 3 of Dawn’s books (US/CAN) Signed copy of Taming the Rebel (US/CAN) 3x ebook copies of Taming the Rebel (INTL) Enter the giveaway at the end of the post! Title: Taming

Book Review: Make Space by Regina Wong – A Minimalist Guide with Flaws

Book Details: Title: Make Space – A Minimalist’s Guide To The Good And Extraordinary Author: Regina Wong Genre: Home, Organization, Self-help Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Publication Date: August 15th, 2017 Note: I have received a copy of this book for free via NetGalley in return for an honest review My Thoughts On The Book: When I received a copy of Make Space by Regina Wong, I was very excited. Considering the

Book Review: Llewellyn's Witches Datebook 2018

Book Details:   Title: Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook 2018 Author: Various Authors Publisher: Llewellyn Publication Date: July 8th, 2017 Genre: New Age, Pagan, Witchcraft   My review:   I have been purchasing each addition of this datebook for a few years now, and not once have I been disappointed. Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook is my one-stop info for anything I need to keep up with the magical aspects of my life, without

Book Blitz and Giveaway: Start Your Engines - A Romance Novel by Jim Cangany

Now here is a unique contemporary romance novel for you! Start Your Engines by Jim Cangany is a fast paced romance set on the race tracks, so get ready! And don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end of this article for your chance to win a 15 Dollar gift card for Amazon or Barnes and Nobles (winner’s choice!) Title: Start Your Engines Author: Jim Cangany Published by: Crimson

book review - Mermaid, fiction

Book Details: Title: Mermaid Author: Jodi Picoult Publication Date: July 25th, 2017 Genre: Contemporary Fiction   My review:   I am going to have to do this review a little different than other books. While I choose to usually judge books only by their written content, I will also judge this book by its innovation, and beauty, simply because it is not just a reading experience to dive into a

Guest Post: World Building Through Immersion by Author of Trap And Trace - Megan Carney

Guest post by Author of the thriller Trap and Trace – Megan Carney – on World Building Through Immersion My first step in world building is immersion. I absorb everything I can get my hands on about the culture, place or country involved. Most of this research doesn’t make it into the book, but I think it’s essential for setting the stage correctly. Think of a really good, realistic painting. The