The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel Meets World by Shannon and Dean Hale

"I never understood because what's wrong with lemons to begin with? It's like saying "if life gives you people, grind up their organs for a beverage." I am a Squirrel Scout for life you guys.  I don't know where she was my entire life, but my life has definitely improved since this magic character came... Continue Reading →


Music for the Writer’s Soul

I've always been a proponent of listening to music while writing.  I've found that a good melody can help center my brain, drown out the rest of the world and allow me to focus on the words on the page and the dance of my fingers on the keyboard.  For a moment, the rest of... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo 2017 Check-In #1

Here we go! I'm now a few days in NaNo, and I'm already struggling, which doesn't bode well for me.  For some reason, it's like my brain has decided that it has no original thought and is too tired to much of anything but nap. But I'm bound and determined to not let myself get... Continue Reading →

Chasing Christmas Eve by Jill Shalvis

“You’re taking a stray cat but leaving behind your man?” Colbie’s heart twisted. Her man… “He doesn’t fit into the cat carrier.” Jill Shalvis books to me are like popcorn.  Delicious, snackable, and so much fun.  They're always a little bit similar, like visiting an old friend who still has the same hairstyle after ten... Continue Reading →

Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker

“Sorry happens after something bad has happened, after people have let it happen. It had become contemptuous to me, all these I’m-so-sorries.” Oooh this was a good one.  One of those stories that you don't fully see the picture until the very end, and then so many little details that picked at you make perfect... Continue Reading →

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