Review + Flip-Through: Chalkboard Art Coloring Book by CJ Hughes

Posted on April 8, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review + Flip-Through: Chalkboard Art Coloring Book by CJ Hughes

The big draw for me for Chalkboard Art was the black background. I love it! Of course, it makes perfect sense for the pages to be black, since chalkboards are generally black. Although it would have been interesting to see some with the green background as well. In addition to the black surface, the coloring areas also contain some texture lines to look like chalk strokes. All of the coloring pages are motivational quotes and sayings which can further lift your mood while you color for relaxation.

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#FitReaders 4/1/17-4/6/17 Check In

Posted on April 7, 2017 in Fit Readers || 0 Comments
#FitReaders 4/1/17-4/6/17 Check In

Fit Readers is a weekly meme and call to action for us bookworms to get up and get moving! It’s hosted by Felicia @ Geeky Bloggers Book Blog and Jen @ That’s What I’m Talking About. Each week, we’re asked to check in and share our fitness history. So let’s see how I got moving last week…

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Review: Just Physical (Hollywood, #3) by Jae

Posted on April 6, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review: Just Physical (Hollywood, #3) by Jae

Just Physical was a lot more serious than the other books I’ve read by this author, but that doesn’t mean I liked it any less. Jill has been newly diagnosed with MS, which we learned in Departure from the Script. Now, she’s have trouble getting roles because of it. Of course, no casting directors will say it’s because of that, but Jill knows. Especially when she lands a role and the director won’t even let her trip for herself. Call in, Crash, super sexy stunt-woman who believes she’s doubling for a spoiled Hollywood diva. But Jill soon cures her of that thought, and replaces it with dirtier ones.

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Review: Only Hers (Taggart/Falcon, #2) by Francis Ray

Posted on April 4, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review: Only Hers (Taggart/Falcon, #2) by Francis Ray

Only Hers was a very quick and very frustrating read. Shannon has just inherited part of the Taggart family ranch after the grandfather passes away. She had been his nurse and stayed in touch, but was still shocked to learn of the inheritance. After losing her own grandfather, Shannon needs to get away so she heads to the meadow that is now hers. Needless to say, Matt Taggart is not pleased to have his family’s land passed to an outsider. And he simply doesn’t believe Shannon when she says she doesn’t plan on keeping it; she just needs a vacation.

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Review: Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley

Posted on April 3, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review: Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley

I was nervous going into Our Own Private Universe, because my introduction to this author was kind of a disaster. But I am so glad that I decided to give her another chance! Aki has just realized that she’s bisexual and the only person who knows is her BFF, Lori. The girls are on a trip with their youth group and two others to Mexico, when they form a pact. They’re going to have summer flings! Aki already has her eyes on Christa, but that pact gives her the extra push that needs to just go for it.

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