The kaka of life keeps pooling around my feet. It’s getting smelly in here. The LOOSER and daughter saga continues. Hopefully, I’ll be able to post this later this evening. If not, this will get posted sometime this week.
Right now, I need to give a big thank you to Laila Knight @ Untroubled Kingdom of Laila Knight. She gave me another Liebster Award. I guess that means I have two now. Anyway, thank you. All of you should go visit her. Really. I think she’s my soul sister or something. She’ll talk about anything-I mean write. The sister of TMI as Eve @ The Desert Rocks would say.
Next, I wanted to share a really cool blog post from Jolene Perry. It was one she posted last week and it touched my heart, making me think about how I should consider my WIPS when editing. Check it out @ Been Writing.
What I didn’t like. The sense of direction. When I first popped it open on my Kindle, it went to a Prologue. It revealed some unnamed chick who found a book. A book of spells. The next several chapters, two strangers are doing the wild nasty in their dreams but with each other. I hope I haven’t lost anyone because I was in a total state of confusion and also freaking out over the chitty-chitty-bang-bang part. OMG. ****flushing***
What I did like. Despite the confusion, I loved the premise. Two strangers meet in each others’ dreams (Sophie and Victor), have amazing sex, and then meet each other at work. OMG. They end up dating and fall in love. One catch though, she gets pregnant or is already so when they meet. Who is the mystery biological donor? I asked this while reading it because in her back story she was married and couldn’t conceive. Not to mention, she hadn’t been dating anyone. So what does Victor do? The lump breaks it off with her. But will their relationship end there? Buy the book. It’s 3.99 to download it on your Kindle or whatever e-reader you own
Twist. Unknown to them a spell had been cast but it wasn’t meant for the two of them. Like I said, buy the book to find out.
Shelly gives it fifteen shiny stars for the premise and the sense of humor. I hope the next start of her book I read doesn’t make feel like I got spun around in a blender with my eyes covered only to be dumped out onto the floor in a strange place. I’ve got no sense of direction when that happens. Beats me where the hell north, south, east, and west are, or for that matter where it went.
What I’m reading now….oooooo soooo gooood a booook…..
OMG. If my life could only be smooth as butter crème frosting right now, it would’ve been totally read by now. I’m at 80 % finished with it per my Kindle.
Quirky main character, Lexie, a touch psychic finds herself in the middle of a mystery surrounding the death of her brother-in-law and missing niece. Are ghosts involved? Are they responsible? Or is it someone close and unexpected to her?
I can hardly wait to find out and do the review.
That’s all for now folks!
Have a great week blogging, reading, and writing!
PS I’m posting this sooner than I thought.