Sunday, July 31, 2011

Screams & Whispers by Randall Peffer

Young Cape Cod public defender and commercial fisherman Michael Decastro ventures to Saigon with his father, a Vietnam War vet, to come to the aid of his long-lost client and love-interest Tuki Aparecio.
The half-Vietnamese, half-African American diva is in a fight of her life with a mysterious dragon lady from Indochina’s underworld. At stake is an antique ruby in Tuki’s possession … and the mortal souls of everyone Decastro loves.
Ghosts that the Decastros and Tuki carry with them from Cape Cod and Southeast Asia will have their day.


I read this book yesterday and I have to say this book was not as thrilling as I thought it would be and I had problems getting into the story. I really hate giving bad reviews but I must say this book wasn't really all that great. I thought it was just short on thrills for me but maybe some of you will like it but I think if you are very much into Thrillers then I don't think you will enjoy this one. 

I give this 2 out of 5 

 * I was given this book for free for my honest review.*

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Shattered Wings by Bryan Healey

John holds the American dream: A man he loves, a beautiful little girl, a suburban home and a well-paying job... And then a sudden layoff brings about unexpected financial and emotional strain. As he struggles to find new work, a growing sense of despair triggers a relapse into alcoholism and causes him to face his demons of addiction, discrimination, and regret as he tries desperately to recover before it's too late...


This is a very good book. Very well written and very well believable. You can easily imagine the characters.When I read the description when I was asked to do a review I thought it would be a book I will love and I was not disappointed at all. Definitely a book I will be reading again at some point so I will be saving this ebook in my external hard drive to read again.

If you want to purchase this book you can purchase it as ebook or paperback. You can find the link to where you can purchase in the Shattered Wings website .

I give this 4 out of 5 

* I was given this ebook for free for my honest review.*

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Cut the Power Fergy by Ronald Tousignant, Lila Ferguson Christman

On July 7 of 1924, Howard and Winifred Ferguson were blessed with the arrival of their first-born, a boy, whom they named Kenneth Gerry Ferguson.

Ken grew up to be very handsome and full of life. He was, in high school, very mischievous.

But like all other good American boys his age, he was very patriotic. With America being immersed in, now, this second World War, many boys Ken’s age were drafted or volunteered for duty as Americans to help the European allies to fight and defeat the enemies across two oceans.

Ken enlisted in the US Army Air Force (USAAF) as a cadet on his 18th birthday, July 7, 1942, following graduation from Gardner High School.
From the letters to the family after he went off to war, this is his story, the story of an American hero, 

from enlistment through 50 bombing missions and 16 fighter missions.


This is not what I usually read and not usually would review but it really seemed interesting so I gave it a shot.  This is very good. Even if you are not into   Historical biography this book is very good and informative. You get to learn more about Word War II and how family back home dealt with it. As a army wife I thought it was very informative.  I think even if you are not into historical biographies you might still find it a good read. 

If this is something you would be interested in you can purchase this ebook at and AKW books .

I give this 4 out of 5 

 * I was given this ebook for free for my honest review.*

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Doctor Who: Series 6, Part 1 on DVD

On July 19, the first part of the new acclaimed season of Doctor Who will be available on Blu-ray and DVD, with the release of Doctor Who: Series 6, Part 1

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan make their triumphant return as the Doctor and his companion in an all-new series of Doctor Who! The new series will split in two parts, with DVD/Blu-ray release dates in July and in early November, closely following their premiere runs on BBC America, and then a complete series gift set just in time for the holidays. In Part 1, the Doctor, Amy and Rory find themselves in Sixties America, battling the invasion the world forgot, then journey on the high seas of 1696 aboard a pirate ship, to solve the mystery of the Siren. In a bubble universe at the very edge of reality, the Doctor meets an old friend with a new face, and in a monastery on a remote island in the near future, an industrial accident takes on a terrible human shape. And waiting for them, at the end of all this, is the battle of Demon's Run, and the Doctor's darkest hour. Can even the truth about River Song save the Time Lord's soul? Only two things are certain. Silence will fall. And a good man is going to die...

Own it on Blu-ray and DVD

 check out the official website


We are huge Doctor Who fans in this house so I jumped on the opportunity to watch and review this. Doctor Who series 6 part 1 is a great half of the series. The story line is great and with a few surprises.I love the bonus features. One thing I wish these discs has is the Christmas special and I do hope it will be in the other half when it comes out.

If you are a Doctor Who fan than I suggest you get this.

*I received a  copy of Doctor Who: Series 6, Part 1 on DVD for from from WB for my honest review*

Monday, July 25, 2011

Confessions of a Call Center Gal: A Novel by Lisa Lim

A fun chick lit romance that will appeal to fans of Sophie Kinsella and Marian Keyes. Bridget Jones meets The Office. Madison Lee is a fresh college grad, ready to take on the world of print media. But she has zero luck landing a job. Unemployment is at ten percent and on the rise. Desperate and left with no other options, she accepts a position as a service rep at a call center in Pocatello, Idaho. At the Lightning Speed call center in Spudsville, Maddy plunges into the wild and dysfunctional world of customer service where Sales is prided over Service and an eight hour shift is equivalent to eight hours of callers bashing her over the phone. Oh sure, the calls are bad. But Maddy manages to find humor on the phone and off the phone. And with all the salacious drama behind the calls, there is never a dull moment at the Lightning Speed call center.
Lately . . . Maddy has been pining for her smolderingly gorgeous co-worker Mika Harket. Now things are heating up on the phone--and elsewhere. Don't hang up on this novel. Working at a call center has never been this garish . . . or this delightful. 


 I was hooked from the very beginning and couldn't put it down. This book is super funny and very believable and I really  loved the main characters . I thought the romance was lacking a bit  but it was good anyways.All in all it is a pretty good book.   
If you would like to purchase this book you can buy it on paperback or Kindle on, Barnes & Noble or

I give this 4 out of 5

* I was given this ebook for free for my honest review.*

The "What if" Guy by Brooke Moss (ebook review)

What would you do if you're "what if" guy showed up at the lowest point of your life?

(Autumn Cole clocked hers with an encyclopedia.)

After losing her job at a swanky Seattle art gallery and finding out her father has been hospitalized, single mother Autumn Cole reluctantly returns to her tiny hometown of Fairfield, Washington to put the pieces of her life back together.

Her disgruntled twelve-year old son isn’t thrilled about going from hip to hick, but Autumn’s got it worse. She resumes her role as the daughter of the town drunk, promptly facing a crisis with her father that’s been decades in the making.

Running into Henry Tobler, and nearly breaking his nose, is almost more than she can handle, but can rediscovering love–and herself–with her “what if” guy teach Autumn to forgive before it’s too late?


This is one of the best romance books I have read in a long time. I read this in one day and just couldn't put this one down. Very well written  and I really loved the characters . This book is funny if you are into this kind of romance books then I suggest you read this one. It is now one of my favorites. 

If you want to purchase this book here is a link to where you can buy and also you can read a little bit of this book on that page.  
This book will be available on August 2nd 2011

I give this 5 out of 5

* I was given this ebook for free for my honest review.*

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Ellis Island by Kate Kerrigan book review

Sweethearts since childhood, Ellie Hogan and her husband, John, are content on their farm in Ireland—until John, a soldier for the Irish Republican Army, receives an injury that leaves him unable to work. Forced to take drastic measures in order to survive, Ellie does what so many Irish women in the 1920s have done and sails across a vast ocean to New York City to work as a maid for a wealthy socialite.
Once there, Ellie is introduced to a world of opulence and sophistication, tempted by the allure of grand parties and fine clothes, money and mansions . . . and by the attentions of a charming suitor who can give her everything. Yet her heart remains with her husband back home. And now she faces the most difficult choice she will ever have to make: a new life in a new country full of hope and promise, or return to a life of cruel poverty . . . and love.


This is not the kind of book I usually read but the description got my interest so I decided to do a review on this book. I was not  able to read it all in one day but believe me I wanted to. I was hooked from the very beginning . This is a wonderful book that is very well written  and has great characters and  a sense of history.  If this is something that you might like you can purchase this book in most bookstores.

I give this 5 out of 5. 

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Arthur Blu-Ray Combo Pack review

 Loveable billionaire Arthur Bach, an irresponsible charmer who has always relied on two things to get by: his limitless fortune and the good sense of his lifelong nanny and best friend Hobson, to keep him out of trouble. Kind-hearted, fun-loving, and utterly without purpose, Arthur spends every day in the heedless pursuit of amusement. But when his unpredictable public image threatens the staid reputation of the family foundation, Bach Worldwide, he is given an ultimatum: marry the beautiful but decidedly unlovable Susan Johnson, an ambitious corporate exec who can keep him in line, or say goodbye to his billion-dollar inheritance and the only way of life he knows. It's a deal Arthur would be inclined to take...if he hadn't just fallen for Naomi, a New York City tour guide who shares his idealism and spontaneity.

Available on Blu-ray Combo Pack,DVD, On Demand and for Download 6/15

I was planning on seeing this in theater when it came out but I never got around to it.Anyways when I received this movie on Friday I wanted to watch it right away. It was super funny and Russell Brand did the role of Arthur very well.  I am not one to watch the features but I really loved the special features and if you buy or rent this movie make sure you watch the features as well.. It is a romantic comedy type of movie but it is hilarious and both men and women will love this movie.Personally I think this version is much better than the origional and much funnier as well.  I recommend this movie.

Monday, July 18, 2011

My Fearful Symmetry (Immortyl Revolution #3) by Denise Verrico (ebook review)

A boy becomes a vampire and fights to become a man.

Only the most gifted and beautiful Immortyls are chosen to serve Mother Kali as adepts of the ancient arts…
For nineteen-year-old Cedric MacKinnon, the promise of eternal youth and celebrity sounds like a dream come true. It becomes a nightmare when a master vampire plucks the boy from the London streets and spirits him away to India. In the fabled ashram of the adepts of the ancient arts, Cedric undergoes the grueling process of training as a temple dancer and courtesan. With the threat of revolution hanging over court, the chief elder employs the boy he names Shardul in dangerous games of seduction and intrigue. Hated by the chief’s mistress and abused by those he entertains, Cedric struggles with visions of a violent destiny that seem to come from Kali herself. The stakes are heightened when the rebel leader, Loki, is brought to India for trial and Cedric is forced to choose between the protection and patronage of a powerful elder and his love for a beautiful female adept.


This is the 3rd book in this series and I must say it is just as good as the other two. I have read and reviewed the other two books and if you are interested in those reviews you can find them here on my blog.  I was hooked from the beginning. If you love vampire books then you most likely will like this one.

If you want to purchase this book or the other 2 books in this series here it the link to  The first book is Cara Mia , second book is Twilight of the Gods and My Fearful Symmetry is the tird book.

I give this 5 out of 5

Friday, July 15, 2011

The Smurfs: A Magical Smurf Adventure

Get your Smurf on with this 2-disc set of 10 Smurftacular Episodes! In a hidden village dwells a clan of magical creatures, living in mushroom houses and taking showers with dewdrops. They’re those international celebrities known far and wide as the Smurfs -- and they’re back on DVD. This itty-bitty powder-blue crew, including Brainy, Lazy, Vanity and Smurfette, is led by the wise, gentle and 542-year-old Papa Smurf. Gargamel, the local evil wizard, is forever scheming against the tiny team but our little friends outsmurf him every time! The Smurfs may only be three apples high, but they left miles of smiles on the faces of Saturday morning cartoon fans from 1981 to 1989!  Smurf it up again with this colorful collection of superior Smurftainment!

Own it on DVD on July 19th.  You can purchase it at any local stores or at WBShop 

“Burn” Clip

When I was a child I loved The Smurfs. I would watch everytime it played on tv (both in French and in English) . I remember I had a plush Smurf  and had a collection of those small Smurf figures. Anyways I just had to jump on the chance to watch this and review The Smurfs: A Magical Smurf Adventure. I thought I might not like it now that I am an adult but as I watched it I found myself really liking it and there was 1 episode I actually remember. Even though this is a old cartoon from the 80's I really see children of today enjoying this as much as we did when we were children. If you have children or even if you don't but loved The Smurfs when you were a child this is a great dvd to own.

*I received a  copy of The Smurfs: A Magical Smurf Adventure for from from WB for my honest review*

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Twilight of the Gods (Immortyl Revolution #2) by Denise Verrico

Vampire lovers Mia and Kurt are on the run from their Forbidden Science rival Gaius Lupus.
After narrowly escaping the implosion of Genpath Laboratories, Immortyls Mia Disantini and Kurt Eisen go into hiding in a place they think is safe. All too soon they are discovered, and Kurt is captured by Gaius.
When he's rescued with the aid of feral child and teen vampires known as sewer rats, Mia witnesses first-hand the charismatic spell her lover casts over these would-be revolutionaries, who vow to join Kurt in his mission to bring down the house of Gaius.
Meeting obstacles to government funding to support the research that will one day allow them to walk in the sun, Kurt builds his forces. Mia navigates the minefield of rat politics, where she is distressed to be shunted into the background; viewed merely as an overly ambitious concubine who stands between the beloved "Loki" and his followers. One in particular-the oddly timid but beautiful Arturo, who threatens to sever the deep bond between Mia and Kurt.
Will Kurt and Mia defeat Gaius's brutal attacks and realize their dream of a cure for their condition? Will the new order they establish survive betrayal from within? And...will their love adapt to the challenge of a third partner?


So yesterday I reviewed book 1 Cara Mia and I couldn't wait to start reading the next book so I started reading it right away. Anyways, Twilight of the Gods did not disappoint me . The story was just as good as the first book and I couldn't put it down. This book is more fast paced then the first one and it is awesome.
There is a third book in this series and I do have it to read and review and will be reading it on the weekend and post my review as soon as I can. Can't wait to read this one and I am hoping it is as good as the other two.

If you are interested in this or any other books by Denise Verrico you can purchase at

I give this 5 out of 5

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*

ER: The Complete Fifteenth Season

Synopsis:  With sirens wailing, an ambulance pulls into the bay. Doctors coping with too little sleep and too many patients rush to help, making split-second judgments that can mean the difference between life and death. Gurneys roll. Tensions rise. Medical miracles — or heartbreaks — unfold. And the final season of ER goes out as it came in 15 seasons before — with an electrifying mix of complex characters, rich storylines, brisk pacing and kinetic style. Favorite characters from the past (some you expect, some may surprise you) return in this 22-episode valedictory season of the series that shattered the mold for medical dramas. You’ve come to the right place. Check in one last, momentous time at County General.


 You can own it now on DVD .


Most people I know love ER and ofcourse I loved it as well. I was very sad that the 15th season was the last but ofcourse I knew it would happen. I ended up missing most of the last season because I was sick so I jumped on the chance to watch and review this. I enjoyed seeing some of the old characters make an appearance and see what they been up to in since they left Chicago's County General. Also I loved the Bonus features were great.  If you were a fan of ER then I recommend you get this, it is so worth it.

* I have received a free copy of ER: The Complete Fifteenth Season for my honest review.*

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

DIY Cocktails: A Simple Guide to Creating Your Own Signature Drinks

Black Rose, Blood Orange Tequila & Soda, Kentucky Apple Sour: the newest trend in cocktails is creating your own! Now, the editors of have concocted the only guide that teaches you to create your own infallible thirst-quenchers. Using a simple system of basic ratios, you will learn to:
  • Mix new flavor combinations for the perfect new blend using the Flavor Profile Chart as a guide
  • Master advanced mixology techniques from infusing liquors at home to creating custom-flavored syrups
  • Serve the perfect drink every time, whether it kicks off a rowdy party or winds down a romantic evening!
With only nine ratios to master, you'll shake, stir, roll, and build literally thousands of unique and exceptional cocktails. All you need is a good thirst, an active imagination--and this guide!

About the Author

Marcia Simmons is a contributing editor at She focuses on creating original cocktails and homemade cocktail ingredients that satisfy the growing desire for gourmet cocktail recipes online.
Jonas Halpren is Publisher of He started to share his passion for creative drinks, knowledge of bartending, creative alternatives to boring cocktails, and to demystify the intimidating cocktail world for regular folks.


I am not one to usually mix drinks at home but I always wanted to. Anyways, after reading it I felt confident enough to make a drink. My first drink I made was the Chocolate Cream Martini. I wish I would have been able to take a photo. It looked so good and it was super yummy.  Don't just take my word for it, try it out.

Chocolate Cream Martini

1 part vodka
1 part chocolate liqueur
2 parts half and half or light cream

Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake for about 30 seconds.Strain into chilled cocktail glass.

Also here is an other yummy drink Watermelon-Cucumber Refresher.

This book is very good for beginners (like me) because it was very informative but I am sure that everyone who loves cocktails will love this book. It tells you what a "part" is and all that. I highly recommend this to everyone who want to make some entertaining.

You can purchase this book at all major bookstores online and in your area.

I give this 5 out of 5

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*

Cara Mia - Book One of the Immortyl Revolution by Denise Verrico book review

Vampires Mia and Kurt become involved in a deadly mission to harness the power of immortality. Mia Disantini is a vampire whose greatest desire is to walk in the sun again. She is enslaved by her charismatic master, Ethan, and plunged into an ancient, unenlightened Immortyl culture. As Mia struggles for the freedom to live as she chooses, she is trained as Ethan's Bird of Prey. Soon she becomes the pawn of their powerful, enigmatic elder, Brovik, in his deadly games of deception and intrigue against his rival, Gaius, concerning their forbidden science experiments. When Mia is cast out by Ethan she joins forces with Kurt, and together the lovers steal fire from the gods and deliver it to Genpath Laboratories. The company CEO Lee Brooks deceives and imprisons the pair. While held captive, Mia calls upon the aid of Dr. Joe Ansari. The couple is hunted for their crime and time is running out. Will Mia and Kurt escape with their lives and succeed in their mission before their Immortyl enemies harness the power of immortality for evil purposes?


If you are into vampire stories this is a really good one for you. At first the story was a little slow but I  still kept going then the story picked up and I was hooked. Once I got to the end I wanted more and I am happy to say there are 2 other books in this series and I am lucky to do reviews of those 2 as well, which I will be reading and reviewing in a couple of days.

If you are interested in thise book you can buy it at in paperback and for Kindle

I give this 5 out of 5

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

BrownBird's Luck (The Land Behind the Veil) by Kriss Erickson

In a misty land, long ago, and far away, lived a lovely girl-child of fourteen. Her lineage was as mysterious as the mountain range that loomed over the valley where she lived. Her father grew flax, and her grandmother, “The Dark Weaver”, wove the linen into beautiful tapestries, some with strange powers. This was their only means of a living. Deila tended the animals on the small farm and helped “Gran” with the weaving.
One night everything changed when a foal was born to the dray horse and by morning was taken from them by an evil creature.


I thought this was a pretty good story and definitely one to keep. Very well written and kept me reading  until the end. Good thing I had nothing important to do that afternoon because I just couldn't put this book down. I can't wait to read more of this series.

If you want to purchase this book you can do so at and AKW books

I give this 5 out of 5

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*


Fourteen-year-old Karl Stern has never thought of himself as a Jew. But to the bullies at his school in Naziera Berlin, it doesn't matter that Karl has never set foot in a synagogue or that his family doesn't practice religion. Demoralized by relentless attacks on a heritage he doesn't accept as his own, Karl longs to prove his worth to everyone around him.
So when Max Schmeling, champion boxer and German national hero, makes a deal with Karl's father to give Karl boxing lessons, Karl sees it as the perfect chance to reinvent himself. A skilled cartoonist, Karl has never had an interest in boxing, but as Max becomes the mentor Karl never had, Karl soon finds both his boxing skills and his art flourishing.
But when Nazi violence against Jews escalates, Karl must take on a new role: protector of his family. Karl longs to ask his new mentor for help, but with Max's fame growing, he is forced to associate with Hitler and other Nazi elites, leaving Karl to wonder where his hero's sympathies truly lie. Can Karl balance his dream of boxing greatness with his obligation to keep his family out of harm's way?

 This is a young adult book. I am not a young adult but I admit this book was very good and kept me reading until the end. This is great for young adults and older adults for sure. I highly recommend this to anyone 13 and up.

You can buy this online or bookstores.

I give this 5 out of 5

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*

Monday, July 11, 2011

Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories by Lisa Scott (ebook review)

Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories to squeeze into your busy life. Fun, flirty, sweet and sassy—always with the perfect happy ending.

Each story is 8,000 to 11,000 words in length (approximately 32-44 typical book pages in length. 53,000 words total, or 210 typical book pages.)

The stories include:

“The Hot Girl’s Friend”
How can a plain Jane find love when her best friend is a curvy blonde man magnet?

Jane usually busies herself during a night on the town, fending off the men lusting after her gorgeous friend Miranda. When Brady the bartender overhears her inspired, ludicrous excuses, he resolves to hook up Jane with his friends. But Jane would be quite happy with him. Pine along as Jane tries to find her own happily ever after.

“Wrong Place, Right Guy”
She’s in the wrong place at the wrong time. Can the guy who saves her be Mr. Right? Or will his past keep them apart?

When Kristen is jumped in a parking lot, Tony jumps in to save the day. While she thinks her hero could also be her heartthrob, Tony’s worried his past is reason to stay apart. Will the good guy get the girl in the end?

“Not You”
One night with a stranger…gets even stranger the next day.

Single, lonely Carly thinks the best way to handle her mother’s third wedding is by throwing her own bachelorette-party-for-one the night before. What’s the harm in her first one-night stand ever? She’ll find out the next day.

“Desperately Seeking Cupid”
Does she finally have the key for finding love?

Brianna has tried everything to find love—with no luck. So she’s turning to feng shui to bring romance to her world. Too bad the guy she’s after thinks its bunk. Will her formula for love work—or blow up in her face?

“Never Been Dumped”
It’s a relationship with an expiration date and it’s going to go bad.

Rachel hates breaking hearts. She’s never been dumped, and she’s tired of being the one to walk away. But a handsome stranger in town for the summer promises he’ll dump her after their summer fling. Will they be able to say goodbye?


These are awesome short stories and I couldn't put this one down. All 5 stories are very well written and kept me reading from the very first page. Super easy read and I highly recommend this to everyone who loves romantic stories.

If this is a ebook you would be interested in, you can purchase it at amazon.comBarnes and Noble 
and Smashwords.

I give this 5 out of 5

Saturday, July 9, 2011

The Wayfinder by Darcy Pattison


    Young Winchal Eldras is a Wayfinder, one of the gifted few of G'il
    Rim who have the ability to locate anything: a lost ring, the way
    home, a blue dress in the marketplace, a lost child. "Finding" is a
    valuable talent in this city that sits dangerously close to the
    Rift, a mysterious, unexplored chasm. When the Rift claims his
    little sister in a bizarre accident, though, Win is reduced to a
    Wayfinder who's lost his way.


    But suddenly there's no time for grief—the plague has come to the
    Heartland. And only healing water from the Well of Life, on the
    other side of the Rift, can stop it. A prophecy commands that Win
    must make the terrible journey to seek the Well. But no one has ever
    braved the dangers of the Rift and returned to tell about it! To
    make matters worse, Win suddenly has a traveling companion in Lady
    Kala, a prized-and royally stubborn—Tazi hound with a few gifts of
    her own. A Wayfinder with no direction can't possibly manage this
    imperious creature from the King's kennels, much less save a
    civilization on the edge of destruction.


    Or can he? 
 I thought it was very well written and I was hooked on this book.
I think young and old will love this one.It is a fast pace which keeps you reading until the very end.  I highly recommend this book.
If you are interested in purchasing this book please go to .
I give this 4 out of 5 

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

How to Dump Your Boyfriend in the Men's Room (and other short stories) by Sibel Hodge

Welcome to My World...

I'm an author of chick lit romances and mysteries. In my spare time I'm Wonder Woman! My world is sometimes wacky, quirky, and very accident-prone.

This is a collection of five humorous short stories - what I like to call true fiction. Some are true, some are fiction, and some are a mixture of both. I guess you have to decide which is which!

I often get asked if I'm like any of my characters in my novels, and I have to groan and say, yes. When you read these stories you'll realize how, and a lot of them have inspired scenes in my novels, although names have been omitted or changed to protect me against lawsuits!

Are you ready to find out "how to dump your boyfriend in the men's toilets", why "yoga is bad for your house", what the "S-Word has to do with your lady garden", why you need to "follow that goat", and whether "kismet" does really exist?

(Short stories total 6,500 words. Includes bonus material and chapters from my novels, Fourteen Days Later, My Perfect Wedding, The Fashion Police, and Be Careful What You Wish For)


Sibel Hodge does it again! This ebook was awesome. If you are into chick lit and want to read something easy, not to long and funny read then this is a awesome little ebook.this is a great read and I promise you will enjoy this and laugh out loud a few times. I know I did.

If you want to purchase this ebook or any other ebook writen by Sibel Hodge please check out her website for links to where you can purchase.

I give this 5 out of 5

Sunday, July 3, 2011

My weekend

WOW! What a weekend!
Friday was actually the most relaxing day of the weekend. It was Canada Day but we decided to just spend it relaxing . First we went out for breakfast then we went out to buy some diapers to give to one of my sisters. We also bought some other stuff that we would need for our road trip. When we got home we put everything away then I gave the dog a bath. We sat outside for an hour or so after the bath then we all went for a nice nap in bed. This was the very first time the dog actually slept in the bed with us. After that we watched some Buffy for the 2 hours then played some video games.

Saturday morning I got out of bed a 6 AM (but was wide awake for about 15 minutes before). I took a shower, took dog for a quick walk and did a bit of stuff on my laptop then at 9:30am my hubby, the dog and I all got into the car and went on a road trip to Ottawa,Ontario. It is only a little over 2 hours from out little city but it was the very first time we took the dog on a roadtrip and we were a little worried how he would react. He was actually very good.  
Once in Ottawa we went straight to my parents' place for a nice visit. I hadn't seen my parents, my youngest sister, her daughter and my brother in a year.  In the afternoon we went downtown to the Apple Store and hubby got a iPad2 then we walked around a bit and headed back to my parents' place. By the time we got back home it was past 10pm and I was very tired and sore.

Today we have to go to the grocery store then once it is done and everything put away we can relax.