Posts Tagged ‘book review’

So the summer is flying by. Okay, so I don’t mind that it’s flying for the simple fact that I want my vacation to hurry up and get here (LOL). But that being said, it can slow down while I’m on vacay. We’re taking our annual trip to the Upper Peninsula in Michigan. And this year will be even more special because we’re looking to buy a vacation home up there (woot-woot).  There is some lovely wilderness and beaches up there. Besides, I figure I can also use it as a writing getaway (heheh).

 I’m working on book 2 for The Winter People. Boy is it WAY slow going (groans). The day job has been eating up a lot of my time. But I am making progress. It isn’t due until next year, but I’m trying to get a jump start on it before edits etc come in on Winter People.

I’ve been reading some great books this summer.  I just finished reading The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater. I absolutely loved that book. There is some great mythology in it and of course some romance (hahaha). The backdrop added so much to the story. I’m currently reading The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead—so can’t put this one down. Love the Sydney and Adrian dynamic.

I’m missing Vampire Diaries, but am excited that Destination Truth is finally back (on SyFy). Seriously awesome show.

Oh and before I let you go, I have to share another lovely review I received for The Fairy Godmother Files from Romancing the Book! I’m so glad that people are enjoying this story. It was such a blast to write.

Well Happy Friday the 13th…enjoy your weekend.

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OMG, this is a great review on my story. So if you get a chance, stop by and see what  Ambur of  the Burning.x.Impossibly.x.Bright blog had to say.

I’m so happy that people like this story. It means A LOT to me. Sniffle (LOL).

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Wow, I’m totally speechless. Seriously. This is an amazing review and I’m just so glad that My Dad’s a Paranormal Investigator: Seeking Shapeshifters has been so well received.

I can’t even say how much it means to me to have people enjoying my stories. Because, well, that’s all I’ve ever wanted. To share my books/stories with everyone, to introduce them to my characters.

So here’s the link if anyone would like to check out the review that Laura McQuillen did for the Columbus Examiner.

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