Monthly Archives: September 2011

Kinky Neighbors by Jasmine Haynes

Alternate post title: When good books go wrong. Warning: this post may or may not contain spoilers, but I find myself unable (and unwilling) to care. THAT’S HOW STRONG MY EMOTIONS ARE AFTER FINISHING. Warning #2: I may or may … Continue reading

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Tree of life or something.

Friday and I pass this beast of a tree sometimes on our walks. I like it ’cause it’s all carved up with names and… names. And while maybe I shouldn’t like that because it’s a part of nature (and all … Continue reading

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Whatever makes ’em not cry.

Kids make me nervous. I admit it. I don’t know what to do with ’em, how to talk to ’em. I’m sure it’s much simpler than I realize, but I can’t help it. They get upset and cry for NOTHING … Continue reading

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Love.

This was in Utah. My kid sister was taking pictures of me and then Amalie (the dog, not the girl) came and plopped down at my feet. Well, I couldn’t resist loving up on her for a minute… and while … Continue reading

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The debate continues.

Earlier this evening I read this post by one of my favorite people ever about his first time downloading an ebook and it totally got the wheels turning. I remember the exact day I bought and downloaded my very first … Continue reading

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Half Hearts by Sherri Desbois

“Losing her family at a young age, and then broken promises from the man she’d loved all her life, Charlie McCarty rarely allows anyone to get close to her. Resolved to live her life without love and determined to become … Continue reading

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Rock Me by Cherrie Lynn

Oh. My. God. Given the chance, I’d gladly throw myself at Ms. Lynn’s feet and pledge my undying loyalty and devotion. She has managed to take my favorite attributes and turn them into one to-die-for character. Oh, Brian… how I … Continue reading

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