Archive | May 2016

Double book review

As summer is now in full swing here in Indiana, my TBR is growing smaller and smaller. I teamed up with Victoria Drane, who owns her own P.A. company to bring you these two new book reviews!

The fist book is called I Hero by Jason Zandri, 244 pages of sci-fi and mystery! Now I will be the first to admit I am not a fan of sci-first but this book managed to wiggle it’s way to the top of my favorites collection and very quickly might I add!

I Hero tells the story of Nathan. Nathan is an ordinary person, living his life as best he can. But, like each of us, he must one day make a choice, to become the person he was meant to be (whether he likes it or not) or to ignore his conscience and forever change the direction of his life path, and that of everyone around him.

An everyday man, living less than ordinary life in New York City, simply makes his way about his work life and one at home. A kind heart and an empathetic soul, who tended to think of others before he thought of himself.

With his childhood totally left behind and gone with the final resting of his father, Nathan has come to terms with his past as he forges his life in the present, unaware of what lies ahead.

An unlikely friendship, a random act of violence, a budding romance, all part of a life changed.

You can pick this book up by following this link,

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00Y3LA41M/ref=sxl1?qid=1464199669&sr=1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65#productDescription_secondary_view_div_1464201395187

The second book I have for you is called A Mathematical State of Grace Omnibus: Book 1 by Cathy McGough. I. FELL. IN. LOVE. WITH. THE. HEROINE. IN. THIS. BOOK! Grace is an average girl with an average school girl created u should going through what no other average girl ever does.

Every mathematical equation has one perfect solution. Jocks lead the high school pack, and nerdy girls go unnoticed.

But what would happen if one day, everything changed?

In one fateful moment, sixteen-year old mathematical prodigy Grace Greenway and Vincente Marino, all-around high school athlete, are unexpectedly thrown together.

From that moment on, Grace and Vincente are forced to navigate a strange and wonderful new world together, quickly learning that they must depend on each other if they want to survive.

Now, imagine a world where the rules of the ordered Universe no longer apply, and the line between reality and fiction becomes blurred beyond all reason.

Imagine living in A Mathematical State of Grace.

A Mathematical State of Grace is a testament to the power of humanity, healing. self-sacrifice and ultimately love.

Unique. Unstoppable. Unforgettable.

Pick it up here

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01ATUL9VY/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1464199998&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=cathy+mcgough&dpPl=1&dpID=61F%2BuFs3KUL&ref=plSrch#productDescription_secondary_view_div_1464201726586

And to any fellow bloggers, hit up Victoria Drane on Facebook! She is an amazing Peron to work with!

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Just send a love note

   So I had a little mix up with B4B this last order so what I thought I would be talking about this week is not actually what I’m talking about lol.
   Not that I’m complaining it’s just that What I got, well, it’s not a book. I opened my ups box to find another box FULL of post cards called Long May She Wave.
   I think the only reason I was disappointed was because aside from the occasional letter to my Aunt, I don’t really every write to anyone.
   On the plus side these postcards are GORGEOUS. With 100 postcards in total there are two sets of 50 unique cards with labels on the back to explain what or where the pictures came from. If you value stationary or writing letters I would suggest picking these up or if not you could find an easy D.I.Y. project for these!