#makeoutmarrymurdermonday

Is anyone else feeling like adding some quirk to their murder this morning??? It's sort of like adding cream to your coffee, but more bloody. It's the first Monday in August, which means we're one Monday closer to fall! Which happens to include MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY OF THE YEAR: All Hallows Eve. And, because it's [...]

Tuesdays With Jena: Meet Krizelle!

Good morning and Happy Tuesday! I'm taking a quick break from my Royal Wedding Obsession, to introduce you to my friend, and future co-ruler of the world, Krizelle!!! She's known in her Inner Circle as @cakefacereader over on the top secret world domination platform where we met. Some of you may know it as Instagram. [...]

#makeoutmarrymurdermonday – Jane Austen Edition

Stabby Monday to you all! My fascinator has arrived which means Iyla and I are one step closer to ROYAL WEDDING MANIA!!! When it comes to Britain and British Romance, in my humble American opinion, there really isn't anything MORE fitting, than Jane Austen. In her novels we get to know the British Aristocracy, the [...]

Exploring the Instagram Algorithm

Anyone who has been on Instagram for the last year knows the dark magic that is known as "The Algorithm". And this is Dark Magic indeed. No one knows exactly what makes it tick, what works, what doesn't. Though, like with any sorcery, there are many, many theories running amuck. The argument for the algorithm [...]

Light Radiance Splendor – Review

This is a difficult review to write. I need to preface by saying, I don't know much, if anything about Kabbalah. And while I know some of the basic tenets of Judaism, again, this is not a subject I am well versed in. I preface my review with that disclaimer simply because I am not [...]

The Wildling Sisters – Review

"It's not the dead who suffer. It's the living, you see." The Wilding Sisters is an exceptional book that spans the lives of two families separated by decades. In the 1950's, we are introduced to the Wilding sisters. A group of four girls, raised by a bohemian mother in London. The highlight of their summers [...]

A Review: The Hot Guy

The Hot Guy by Mel Campbell My rating: 3 of 5 stars I liked the premise of this book, and really wanted it to be more. It sounded fun, had some really funny, witty writing and even had a decent plot line. Which makes this a difficult review to write, because I did enjoy the [...]

Follow Me Back – Review

We live in a social media world. For better or for worse. There was a time, not so long ago, when sharing every aspect of your personal life would have been considered obnoxious and narcissistic. Who needs to know where I am or what I am eating every hour of the day? Those private details [...]

April wrap up

Half way through May, and I realized I hadn't done an April wrap up. The horror! The good news, I've managed to write a review for all the books I read, so YAY ME!!! If I didn't post all the reviews on my blog, they are all on Goodreads. FIND ME HERE Here's a quick [...]

A review: Running Beyond Empty

Running Beyond Empty by Ben Kruser My rating: 3 of 5 stars From Amazon: Fun and entertaining, Running Beyond Empty explores the many challenges faced by mother and daughter when their world crumbles. Dinah is suddenly jobless and forced to move in order to provide for herself and Selah, who is hurt, angry and confused. [...]