Thursday, March 31, 2011

Book Shelf: Lost Voices (Lost Voices #1) by Sarah Porter

What happens to the girls nobody sees—the ones who are ignored, mistreated, hidden away? The girls nobody hears when they cry for help? Fourteen-year-old Luce is one of those lost girls. After her father vanishes in a storm at sea, she is stuck in a grim, gray Alaskan fishing village with her alcoholic uncle. When her uncle crosses an unspeakable line, Luce reaches the depths of despair. Abandoned on the cliffs near her home, she expects to die when she tumbles to the icy, churning waves below. Instead, she undergoes an astonishing transformation and becomes a mermaid.

A tribe of mermaids finds Luce and welcomes her in—all of them, like her, lost girls who surrendered their humanity in the darkest moments of their lives. The mermaids are beautiful, free, and ageless, and Luce is thrilled with her new life until she discovers the catch: they feel an uncontrollable desire to drown seafarers, using their enchanted voices to lure ships into the rocks. Luce’s own talent at singing captures the attention of the tribe’s queen, the fierce and elegant Catarina, and Luce soon finds herself pressured to join in committing mass murder. Luce’s struggle to retain her inner humanity puts her at odds with her friends; even worse, Catarina seems to regard Luce as a potential rival. But the appearance of a devious new mermaid brings a real threat to Catarina’s leadership and endangers the very existence of the tribe. Can Luce find the courage to challenge the newcomer, even at the risk of becoming rejected and alone once again? Lost Voices is a captivating and wildly original tale about finding a voice, the healing power of friendship, and the strength it takes to forgive.

Blurb taken from Goodreads.....


I’m honestly unsure how to write my review of this book. First, this is the first mermaid tale I’ve ever read and going into it I was very excited, however this story is actually a real disappointment in my eyes. The writing itself is fabulous. The author weave every word together beautifully and she has a unique take on how mermaids were created, yet I feel she didn't go into enough detail to explain how this occurrence actually happened. What someone was mistreated and then poof....they became a mermaid? Sorry not enough for me—I would have liked a deeper explanation. I did like the plot line of this story for the most part and this is the main reason I continued reading the book.

The mermaids in this book were very much siren-like—singing to ships and hedging sailors and people in general to their deaths. Young, old, innocent, guilty-- they were all the same in the tribe’s eyes and no one was spared. It was very hard for me to push aside what they did throughout the book because as far as I was concerned, it was murder. The things that were done to each one of these mermaids during their human lives were horrendous, but that was in no way an excuse for them to do what they did. Just because one person is cruel and horrible, doesn’t mean they all are.

I’m sorry, but Luce was just as horrible main character. Yes, she was young and she’d been treated horribly but she was weak and winey and pathetic. I understand that as a reader we’re supposed to emphasise with how she’s written, but it was just near impossible for me. She was willing to brush aside too much of her humanity to fit in with this new crowd. Luce was willing to sit back and watch something that she knew and felt was wrong simply because she didn’t want to be ostracised. It was ridiculous how all of the mermaids acted really, they were vain and shallow and idiotic. They looked at things in twisted ways and I disliked Luce more and more for her need to fit in and be one of them. even when she did something right and stood up for each and everyone one of them, they still treated her cruelly and the fact that she let that happen time and time again made it impossible for me to respect her.

The ending of this book was very abrupt and I actually kept trying to scroll down, trying to see if there was more to this story, but alas there isn’t. I do wonder what the author has in store for a sequel, but considering how little I liked this I doubt I’ll read it....

Rating: *** stars

Not really

Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC:

Recommend Buy or Borrow:

Ebook or Actual Book:

I really like it. It's simply, but nice

Read sequel/continue with series:
Doubt it

Book Shelf: Not Quite A Husband by Sherry Thomas

Their marriage lasted only slightly longer than the honeymoon—to no one’s surprise, not even Bryony Asquith’s. A man as talented, handsome, and sought after by society as Leo Marsden couldn't possibly want to spend his entire life with a woman who rebelled against propriety by becoming a doctor.

Why, then, three years after their annulment and half a world away, does he track her down at her clinic in the remotest corner of India? Leo has no reason to think Bryony could ever forgive him for the way he treated her, but he won’t rest until he’s delivered an urgent message from her sister—and fulfilled his duty by escorting her safely back to England. But as they risk their lives for each other on the journey home, will the biggest danger be the treacherous war around them—or their rekindling passion?

Blurb taken from Goodreads.....


First off, I have to begin my saying that I feel incredibly bad that it took me so long to read this book. I originally won this off Goodreads First Reads a while back, and when I moved house it got misplaced. I admit I didn’t look too hard for it, and when I found it last week I decided that I had to read it.

To be perfectly honest this is outside my comfort zone--way, way, way outside my comfort zone. I don’t usually read these kinds of books, nor to I tend to like them, but I surprised myself finding this one not too bad. For the type of novel it is, it’s very good. The author has a way of writing that you feel the sensuality and actually are drawn to the characters. The writing itself is flawless; I can’t fault it. I admit that I was bored at times....sometimes the story felt like it dragged on to me, but the romantic parts and steamy parts were good.

I found I wasn’t all to fussed on the main characters as individuals, although I did understand why they both felt the way they did, I just couldn’t connect with them like I would have like to. Again, I think this stems from it not being my preferred genre. I just find it hard to contemplate why people acted the way they did during these times. While there is something alluring about the time, I can’t imagine living in it--it’d be horrible. Anyway when Leo and Bryony were together I found that I liked the banter between them and I certainly understood why Bryony felt the way she did about him. Regardless of their history with one another, there was no denying their chemistry. Thomas has done an excellent job here. What he did (cheating) was inexcusable and yet I still like Leo. There were times when he had a certain charm and I liked that he could be wicked.

I was happy with the ending of this book and felt like it ended well. I was glad to see them give it another shot and see that they led a good life together.
All in all, not bad. A sure hit for fans of this genre, although not my cup of tea.....

As I won this from Goodreads as a first read book, the author Sherry Thomas has signed the book and sent a letter along, as you can see below. While I know I wasn't very fair for taking so long to read this, I sure do appreciate this.

Rating: *** stars
Yes, if you're a fan of historical fiction
Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC:
ARC (a very late one)
Recommend Buy or Borrow:
Ebook or Actual Book:
Actual book
I love all the red
Read sequel/continue with series:

Monday, March 28, 2011

Book Shelf: Hereafter (Hereafter, #1) by Tara Hudson

Can there truly be love after death?

Drifting in the dark waters of a mysterious river, the only thing Amelia knows for sure is that she's dead. With no recollection of her past life—or her actual death—she's trapped alone in a nightmarish existence. All of this changes when she tries to rescue a boy, Joshua, from drowning in her river. As a ghost, she can do nothing but will him to live. Yet in an unforgettable moment of connection, she helps him survive.

Amelia and Joshua grow ever closer as they begin to uncover the strange circumstances of her death and the secrets of the dark river that held her captive for so long. But even while they struggle to keep their bond hidden from the living world, a frightening spirit named Eli is doing everything in his power to destroy their new found happiness and drag Amelia back into the ghost world . . . forever.

Thrilling and evocative, with moments of pure pleasure, Hereafter is a sensation you won't want to miss.

Blurb taken from Goodreads...


I’m not sure I even have the words to accurately describe how incredible I think this book was. The very first chapter draws you in and captures you, refusing to let you go throughout the whole story! The whole time I was reading, I dreaded stopping and in those few moments when I wasn’t reading, I wanted to be reading. The story itself isn’t exactly fast paced or overly exciting, instead it flows from one moment to the other. Each part of the story has meaning and purpose and never once did I sit there wondering why this page or part was in the story; what the point of it was, it all went together perfectly. The writing is excellent and descriptive, painting the picture wonderfully. I do love the idea of this story. There’s something so magical about two people meeting and yet being separated by something such as life and death. The way the two main characters met and came together was so sweet and I enjoyed every moment they spent together.

I loved Amelia. She was such a fabulous heroine! The author has written her so perfectly. You really feel the confusion and the frustration she feels, along with her pain over being unable to remember who she is or her life before her death. She’s so easy to emphasis with and I found that once or twice I put myself in her shoes and imagined what I’d do if I was in her situation, and I feel like when you can do that with a character, then they really are something incredible. I thought Joshua was a really sweetie too. I liked the way he treated Amelia and how he cared about her the way he did. He gave her a reason to feel again, and their entire relationship was so sweet and endearing. There was nothing false or rushed about it, and I honestly believed it. I loved how much they were willing to do for each other and even when Amelia began to face issues with Eli, he still stood by her and refused to lose her or let her go--it was adorable.

The ending of this book was quite intriguing in my mind. We learn some interesting things about Amelia and what she can do, and the world behind the one of the living in general. The story ends well, and yet I really feel like it isn’t finished. The way things are left, uncompleted and filled with possibilities, there needs to be a sequel. Amelia and Joshua’s story still isn’t finished and there are a lot of loose ends left untied. Jillian, Ruth, even the creatures of the netherworld are all things that we still need to learn about and I for one, can’t wait to see what this author has in store for Amelia and Joshua next.

Bring on the next book!!

Rating: ***** stars

Recommend: Yes!!

Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC: ARC

Recommend Buy or Borrow: Buy

Ebook or Actual Book: Ebook

Cover: Stunning! It's beautiful the way she's fading into everything---amazing.

Read sequel/continue with series: YES!!!!

In My Mailbox #1

This is my first In My Mailbox. I meant to start last week, but unfortunately I came down with the flu and I've been sick. I'm on the mend now and to mark that, here is my first In My Mail Box.

This segment is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. You can participate here:

This week was a slow one for me.....

I bought:

Crave by Melinda Metz and Laura J. Burns, the first book in the Crave series.

I won:

Thanks to Sara over at I won a Sweet Venom bookmark, signed by author Tera Lynn Childs.

Sweet Venom is the first book in the Medusa Girls series, due for release October 2011!

Check it out:

That's all for me this week. So...what did you get in your mailbox?

Friday, March 25, 2011

Book Shelf: The Iron Witch (The Iron Witch, #1) by Karen Mahoney

Freak. That's what her classmates call seventeen-year-old Donna Underwood. When she was seven, a horrific fey attack killed her father and drove her mother mad. Donna's own nearly fatal injuries from the assault were fixed by magic—the iron tattoos branding her hands and arms. The child of alchemists, Donna feels cursed by the magical heritage that destroyed her parents and any chance she had for a normal life. The only thing that keeps her sane and grounded is her relationship with her best friend, Navin Sharma.

When the darkest outcasts of Faerie—the vicious wood elves—abduct Navin, Donna finally has to accept her role in the centuries old war between the humans and the fey. Assisted by Xan, a gorgeous half-fey dropout with secrets of his own, Donna races to save her friend—even if it means betraying everything her parents and the alchemist community fought to the death to protect.

Blurb taken from Goodreads...


I think I need to start by saying how truly disappointed I am with this book. Considering all the hype surrounding its release and how much everyone, myself included, was looking forward to it---it was very much a letdown. While I’ll admit there isn’t anything exactly wrong with it, there isn’t exactly anything about it that stands out.
I felt like the storyline, characters, were all ones I’d seen a dozen times before and there was nothing that was overly unique or that outright captured me. The idea of alchemists is cool, and yet I feel like the author didn’t really do anything with it.
While there was nothing outright wrong with Donna, I felt she was like the typical heroine you see nowadays and I felt like the story was boring most of the time--it was too focused on her trying to rescue Navin and her new relationship with Xan, and even both those things were neither interesting or exactly captivating.
I would have liked more info on the alchemists and things involving them.

All in all a big disappointment and I really doubt I’ll continue on with the series.

Rating: *** stars
Recommend: Not really
Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC: Buy
Recommend Buy or Borrow: Borrow
Ebook or Actual Book: Actual Book
Cover: I really love the American black cover, but I'm not fussed on the green one we got in Australia.
Read sequel/continue with series: Probably not

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Not-Really-Southern Vampire Chick GIVEAWAY!

To celebrate reaching 666 members Not-Really-Southern Vampire Chick is having an international giveaway! There are a minimum of 3 winners, with potentially more depending on how many followers the site gets!

I've entered and now it's your choice. This is an outstanding giveaway and you owe it to yourself to enter....

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Great Contest!

As a part of the Lucky Lepricorn Blog Hop, TheBookHeist is giving away signed copies of In the Arms of Stone Angels by Jordan Dane.
Having reviewed this book thanks to NetGalley, I can personally say it's a great book and I've already entered!
And now's your chance!

Scoot on over and enter for your chance to win this brilliant book....

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Book Shelf: A Broken Bond (A Wolf Tracks Novella) by Stacey Kennedy

First, I must thank Stacey Kennedy and Fang-tasticbooks, whom I won this ebook from.
Thank-you for the chance to read this

This is my first book by Stacey Kennedy and the first book of the Wolf Track series I’ve ever tried.
I must say that for what it was, I liked this novella. In all honesty, I’m not a big fan of short stories, as I tend to feel like they’re rushed and just when I tend to get into them, they’re over. And those were my only issues with this.
I felt like Cash and Rylie didn’t really know each other too well before they were together, but I understand that that’s in the nature of these kinds of tales and that stories where mate play a role are often like that. I liked Cash. He was tough hero and I understood his pain. I was glad that he found happiness with Rylie, who I thought was okay by the way, and I was happy with the storyline and how this ended.

Rating: * * stars
Recommend: If you're a fan of this series.
Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC: Won

Reccomend Buy or Borrow: Borrow
Ebook or Actual Book: Ebook

Cover: Not a big fan of it, but considering it's a ebook, it could have been worse.

Read sequel/continue with series: Maybe

Book Shelf: Betrayal (The Descendants, # 1) by Mayandree Michel

At seventeen, Cordelia is an ordinary teen with an extraordinary and frightening secret. A secret that induces vivid dreams which she not only experiences true love, but crippling fear while barely escaping with her life each night.

After a life altering event, Cordelia has an unexpected encounter with Evan, the mysterious boy from her dreams, who reveals who and what she is – a descendant of the Greek gods. At that moment everything she knows of her world is a lie, and she must leave the present and go into the past to assume the role she was put on this earth for – safeguarding her ancient empire amidst evil forces that toil hastily to destroy it.

In a race against time, Cordelia must decide if she is truly a part of this dangerous world, or risk defying the gods, and ultimately lose the boy who has put a claim on her heart.

Blurb thanks to Goodreads....

First, I have to say a big thank-you to Mayandree Michel who gave me the chance to review her book per-launch. I’m very grateful and honoured to have had the opportunity.

I really enjoyed this book. Most of the time I found that I didn’t want to stop reading. I wanted to know what would happen next, all the way up to the end.
The writing itself was beautiful and flawless. It was detailed and interesting, painting a picture of exactly what was happening and the world the story was set in. The writing itself lends a lot to the time in which the book is set; maintaining that proper, correct pronunciation and word use.
I loved the idea of this novel. The story and concept was unique and not something I’d heard of before; it wove Greek Myth and Lore together with the popular supernatural creatures we all love nowadays, vampires, werewolves, ghosts and more.
The story starts out slow, and yet not in a way that leaves you bored. It’s a great setup for a captivating tale and once the story picks up, it gets very good. This book has an odd pace. It’s not exactly fast paced, and yet it’s not slow. The story progresses at a good rate, telling you things from time to time. I was caught from the moment Cordelia experiences her “life altering event” and eager to see just what was going to happen next. Just when I thought I knew where Mayandree was going or what she was going to do next, she threw something in that changed direction! I love books like that....stories where you never know what’s in store next.

I thought the characters were great too. Each one had a sole purpose within the story and was unique. Cordelia, Evan, Bethany, Nikolas, even Victor, Lucas, Sasha, Winston, Gerald and Evan and Bethany’s parents all had their purpose and role within the story.
I really liked Cordelia. She’s the type of heroine I’m always on the lookout for; normal, relatively tough girls, who react realistically and question everything that’s happening. They look at the world with an open mind and don’t just settle for what people are telling them. And yet they don’t go out looking for trouble....although it usually finds them anyway. I liked that she saw herself in a realistic manner. I felt she grew a lot too throughout the course of the novel, and it’s always great to see character building when you read a book.
I liked Evan, although for the most part I felt like I didn’t know too much about him. It was obvious that he was a good, honourable man, although I felt like there was a lot of him that was kept hidden. I hope we get to see this more in future books.

In the beginning I found it really hard to feel the romance between Delia and Evan. Even though it was nice and sweet, no matter how I hard I tried, I never completely felt it. There were times when thought I did, and yet for the better part of the novel I found it hard to get into.
And then heading towards the end of the book.....I felt it! I think I felt it at the exact moment that Cordelia did and you know what—I think the author is brilliant! Her writing made it hard to feel at times and yet that went perfectly with what Cordelia felt. Towards the end of the book the relationship between Cordelia and Evan begins to form in the way that I love--growing gradually and beginning to take shape. There were a few moments between them that I thought were very cute and sweet and a few, “awwww,” moments on Evan’s part in my eyes. He certainly was swoon worthy on occasion.

The ending of this book was very exciting. From the moment the Masquerade Ball began all the way up until the final page, it was fast paced and heart racing. So many things came to light, questions that left me shocked and wondering just what is really going on in this world. Many things came to light and left more questions to be pondered. When Cordelia learned the whole complete truth, I was shocked. I hadn’t been expecting what she discovered, and get it’s all so brilliant. It was so dramatic and the final chapter of this book was breath-taking and heartbreaking—my heart cried for those hurt by the truth.
This book ends perfectly; ready for the next chapter in Cordelia’s journey and I think it’s going to be an exciting one. The one question that’s on my lips is considering everything that’s come to light and happened....just who will the next enemy be....

Can’t wait to find out!

Rating: * * * * * stars
Recommend: Yes!
Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC: Given to me by the lovely author
Recommend Buy or Borrow: Buy
Ebook or Actual Book: Ebook
Cover: Absolutely stunning! I love it!
Read sequel/continue with series: Yes!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Fabulous Contest!!!

MysteriousBooks is having a contest!

For your chance to win your choice of book from Adrian Phoenix author of The Makers Song series, check out this link:

I've entered, now it's your chance!

Goodluck everyone!


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The Darkest Secret

So today I pre-ordered my copy of The Darkest Secret by Gena Showalter for $5. 97 from the Book Depository. Can anyone say steal? A new release for less than $6--gotta love the Book Depository!! Great prices and free delivery worldwide....what more can a girl wish for??

Anyone who doesn't use the Book totally should! I've used them for a while now and I've never had a problem with them. The one time a book didn't show up, I contacted them and explained and they offered to send me a free replacement copy. Is that great service or what?!? Of course the book eventually arrived, so I emailed them and told them a replacement copy wasn't necessary, but just the fact that they were willing to do so in the first place speaks wonders about the site.
So.....Darkest Secret here you come. Into my happy, eager little hands once you're released! March 29th can't get here soon enough as far as I'm concerned!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Books I'm Dying For: In March

So I'm a tad's already the 15th, but there are still a few great books that I'm dying to get my hands on this month that are yet to be released.
Here are a couple......

1. Lover Unleashed by J.R. Ward (Book #9 in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series)
I love this series! J.R Ward is a master at writing dark, gritty tales with tormented heroes. This one looks to be epic as we get the first book with a female vampire; Payne....Vishous's sister. Can't wait!

2. Defiance by Lilith Saintcrow (Book #4 in the Strange Angels series)
This is one of many series's I adore; I love it. Each book just gets better and better and the way the 3rd book ended--cliffhanger!! I'm dying for this to be released! Team Christophe!!

3. The Darkest Surrender (Book #7 in the Lords of the Underworld series)
I am sooooo looking forward to getting my hands on this book! I love this series, and after reading all 6 books in a row, the wait for this one has been killer. Gena is one of my all time fave authors and I'm yet to read a book of hers I haven't adored, so I know this one will be no exception. Get here already!

That's all for March. April too, has a few that I'd sell my soul for (kidding...well, kinda...:P)
Keep watch for my April Books I'm Dying For.

Monday, March 14, 2011

In My Mailbox

Starting next Monday, I'm going to begin the In My Mailbox segment that has become so popular in the book blogger-sphere. It's a weekly post, where I will show you a picture of all the books I bought, or on occasion won, that I will be reading or reviewing eventually.

The post was originally started by The Story Siren where you can read the original post and discover what it is all about here: on her blog, which I love, love, loooove!

Watch out for my first In My Mailbox coming next week!


Book Giveaway

To celebrate the launch of my new blog, I've decided to have a contest once I reach 50 followers.
The contest will be open internationally and the prize will be a book of your choice valued at $10 from who ship world wide.

I will announce details of the contest as I get closer to the 50 followers mark and the only condition of the contest is that you must be a follower to enter.

Stay tuned!



Saturday, March 12, 2011

It's All In The Writing

In many ways life is a story and you are the author. Each and every day you write another paragraph, another page, another chapter. The story, the plot….even the ending, are all up to you and often when you first set out, you yourself have no clue where you’re going to end up. And that’s the beauty of it. It’s a never ending journey of choices and moments that shape and mould all that you are or will ultimately become.

You can make mistakes, ­­­­choose wrong and even take the wrong path, but each choice takes you to a different place and even though they may be “wrong” they’re really not….because you can learn and move forward and often become a better person because of this.
Everyone is different and no two people are perfectly alike. And in reality, I wouldn’t have it any other way. Life would be boring if we all thought alike, looked alike, dressed alike. It’s our differences and often our flaws that make everything more natural and fun. We balance each other out and if we were all the same I think each and every one of us would be perfectly bored.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Fantastic Contest!!!

There are many fantastic contests provided by generous bloggers out there.
Here is one I discovered and decided to share with you.

The prize is a copy of A Touch Mortal by Leah Clifford.

The contest is open internationaly and closes on the 14th of March. I've entered and nows your chance!

Book Shelf: In Other Worlds by Sherrilyn Kenyon

*Please note that this book is a collection of short stories by this author from her various series's.*

I was excited to get this book. It contained a couple short stories I’d been eager to read; Fire and Ice (From the League series) and Dragonswan (A prequel novella to the Dark Hunter series). I’m happy to say that I did enjoy it, although, if I was completely honest, I would have loved both stories to be longer; perhaps full length books. Even though both sets of main characters were great characters and had chemistry, everything seemed rushed, and I found it hard to completely buy their feelings as it didn’t feel like they’d known each other long enough to feel that way to me. Both stories were great though and I’m glad I read them.

I also read Knightly Dreams. It was, ahh....interesting. Personally, I think it leans more towards the traditional romance novel and hero than a lot of other books. I could defiantly see the difference in Sherrilyn Kenyon’s later books and her earlier ones when she was writing under the pen name Kinley MacGregor. There was one thing I found that I really loved in this story though and that was the idea that books were actually a lot more real than we think, and that the stories inside them are actually real, as are the characters. The whole idea and world of that was fascinating.

Rating: * * * stars
Recommend: Yes. If you are a fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon then I defiantly think you should read it.
Did I Buy, Borrow or is it an ARC: Bought
Reccomend Buy or Borrow: Borrow
Ebook or Actual Book: Actual Book
Cover: It's a Adult PNR so you can only expect so much, but this one isn't all to nice.
Read sequel/continue with series: Yes.

Monday, March 7, 2011

One Small Step For Man.....One Giant,--Oh, You Get The Point!

Alright, so I've finally decided to start a blog. It seems to be the "done" thing these days, what with everyone blogging about one thing or another, so I figured I'd get in on the action. Yay me! And this is my first official post. Oooh, scary! Haha! Not really....

I guess I should begin by telling you just "who" I am.
Well....I have no clue. And that's the God's honest truth.
My name is Rachel, I'm 19 years old, and I'm completely lost.

Most days I don't know one direction from another, let alone what I'm doing with my life or what I want to do with it. Okay. That's not entirely true. I'd like to study Ancient History and Archeology, but that's still in the works for now and might change, so I can't really say I know what I'm doing with myself.
I guess though, when I really think about it, that's not so abnormal. Most people don't know what they're doing with their lives nowadays. I'm just trying to get through each and every day.

So.... *takes big breath* right now I'm studying at TAFE and hoping to get into Uni. School keeps me busy, but I still try to find time for fun and relaxing.
I love reading. Love, love, love it and I like writing too. I've written a few pieces here and there, my favorite being my completed story Destined. Destined is my baby. I'm so proud of it, and I'd love to have it published one day. That's all a pipe dream for now, but I'll keep at it. One thing you should probably know about me is that I'm a dreamer. I think almost anything is possible if you put yourself completely behind something. With time, patience and a little hard work, you'll get there. All you have to do is have faith.

So check me out on Goodreads:
You'll find links to my writing, and my book reviews. Feel free to send me a message. I'm always happy to have a chat and make new friends.
Check out my About Me page to get all the goss and stats on me and be on the lookout for my next post.

Thanks everyone,