🏵 Spring Book Festival 🏵

Navigating Indieworld’s first annual Spring Book Festival kicks off today! This is a multi-genre event spanning Childrens, YA, Christian, Contemporary Romance, Horror, Mystery, Erotica, you name it. There is something for everyone and a lot of the books will be on sale or free. Make sure to go check out this Indie Festival and findContinue reading “🏵 Spring Book Festival 🏵”

#ReadWithMe ♥ Finding My Genre

In celebration of National Reading Month, Ms. Felicia is hosting this amazing blog hop for all readers to spread the love and joy of this favorite pastime with the world. If you’d like to join in the fun, please click on the banner above to add your post to the linky list! The Novel BrickContinue reading “#ReadWithMe ♥ Finding My Genre”

$20 Amazon GC & Ebook Giveaway ♥ League of Love #3 by: Donna Gallagher!

League of Love Volume 3 (League of Love) by Donna Gallagher   ♥ Emily’s Cowboy ♥ When love is not enough to heal the scars, both physical and mental, of the one you thought you would spend your life with…what else is there? It’s such a cliché—country boy moves to the big city to followContinue reading “$20 Amazon GC & Ebook Giveaway ♥ League of Love #3 by: Donna Gallagher!”

A Matter of Trust?

I’m admittedly completely lost when it comes to navigating Twitter.  I’m still fresh out the shell, getting my sea legs, floundering about the realm of hashtags and Tweet trends.  It seems like everyday I find something new and interesting. Today it was actually via Goodreads from an author I follow there.  A challenge titled theContinue reading “A Matter of Trust?”

My First On The 1st!!! TZL Book Release & More…

It’s official!  Today is the release day for The Zen Lounge!!  Thank you to everyone who has put up bared with me during my first book publication – what an experience!  And to all of the amazing staff over at Red Sage Publishing who made this day a reality! To my best friend, Kelly: ThankContinue reading “My First On The 1st!!! TZL Book Release & More…”

Obsolescence Overload

I’m the product of the 70’s, who grew up in the 80’s and spent most of the 90’s with my nose in a book.  I saw the rise and fall of so many technologies, I probably couldn’t even name them all in one post – but do I really miss any of them? I spentContinue reading “Obsolescence Overload”