A 2013 ‘Wishing Shelf’ Gold Award Winner!! Read the fun times and adventures Harry and his Dad share together during the day while working in their garden, then enjoy the fictional bed time stories Dad created for Harry about all the new insect friends they met that day.
The book gives a short insight into the horrors of the home front told from the perspective of someone who actually experienced them, a fascinating look at the harsh realities of life in Britain, life full of drama and the danger of impending death. How did a family with a small child caught up in such a war survive?
Yesterday I called John Lewis out as a liar. I have since received tweets from people trying to guilt me into taking it down. I will not. Why you ask? Because it's the truth. John Lewis lied. Not only did he lie, he also tried to discredit Bernie Sanders civil rights participation. That is … Continue reading Doing Good Does Not Negate The Bad You’ve Done
This was a great sequel to "Cry Of The Sea". Juniper has found herself entangled with yet another mythical creature/spirit. The woods come alive (literally) in this novel. This thousand year old tree has a mind of it's own and has decided it likes Juniper and plans to keep her.
The meme originated on a comedic Facebook group called Bernie Sanders' Dank Meme Stash. The meme is an email sent out from the Clinton campaign. I'm guessing whoever was in charge of formatting this email has been fired. It has since went viral mocking Hillary Clinton. The meme's are ruthless. Bernie Sanders beat Hillary … Continue reading I’m Not Kidding Maddi Went Viral!
The terrible two's have landed people. They are here with flippin bells on. Trying to potty train in the midst of all this toddler angst is going to give me a drinking problem...jk!? Mason did surprisingly well at first. He peed when I put him on the potty pretty much every time. He even started … Continue reading Potty Training Adventures
Free Download! Set in a dark fairytale world, Crown of Bone follows a young woman, Caewen, forced to take up a quest by a magician who thinks himself a little above things as adventures... She crosses snowy and sunlit mountains carved with old faces in the stone, and passes through airless forests, meeting strange creatures on the way. She arrives finally at the charmed city of the Wisht Folk, the Place of Vines and Mists, where she will find that the quest has more twists to it than she suspected...
The writing in this book is as perfect as it gets. I was fascinated by these boys. One "allergic" to electricity and another born without eyes. What memorable and unique characters!
What really broke my heart was the baby trying to get both of their attention. He was yelling “HEY MOMMA…HEY MOMMA HEY MOMMA!”. They didn’t even glance at him.
Recently Charity over at onmykindle nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award. I want to first thank her for the nomination! I haven't been blogging for a long time and I'm still getting the hang of the blogging world. I appreciate the compliment! So here we go! Rules Here are the rules for … Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award