Book Blitz: Subzero by Cambria Hebert

Hey Guys!

I’m back with another amazing release from Cambria Hebert.  This is the fourth book in her BearPaw series and I think the final one.   If you haven’t read the first three it’s never too late to get started, and with the release of this one you’ll be able to finish them all without having to wait for it!

Subzero
Cambria Hebert
(BearPaw Resort #4 )
Publication date: October 19th 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

My best friend, Liam Mattison, was born with snow in his veins.

Me? Ice.

Maybe that’s why my eyes are this color. Maybe it’s because I was born in Caribou, where there’s more snow than sun.

I always knew I had a chill within me, but after my time with the army, that chill froze over. I saw and did things most people couldn’t fathom. I made contacts with people who were more beast than man.

I came home altered, and there was no going back.

Except I did. It had to be done, and I didn’t regret it.

But now I’m thrust back into a world where people had forgotten my name. Back into a past I walked away from.

Memories of all the things I’ve done, of the people I’ve left behind, are floating to the surface.

The late-night summons wasn’t really unexpected.

The request was.

Saying no is impossible when you’re the only man equipped for the job. Saying no is difficult when what you really want to say is yes.

So here I am, past and present colliding with a woman I intentionally left behind. A woman who needs me to keep her alive.

I made a promise, and I will keep it.

Even if I die doing it. Even if it means the ice inside me goes subzero.

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EXCERPT:

The gun I held with both hands hit the dirt, and I hit my knees. “Kitten,” I rasped out, shoving Liam away and reaching for her. “Kitten, honey, where are you hit?”

I gripped her shoulders and pulled her into me, scanning her face, her neck, her shoulders, panicking, searching for a bullet wound, looking for blood.

Her eyes popped open. “Alex,” she whispered.

My stare sprang to hers. “Tell me, baby. Tell me where you’re hit.”

She sighed a little and snuggled close, then suddenly stiffened and wrenched away. I went to grab her back, still freaking the fuck out, but she yelled, “I’m not shot!”

I reached for her anyway. She grasped my hand and glared at me. “Alex! I’m not shot!”

I fell back onto my haunches, still gripping her hand so she had to move a little with me. “You aren’t?”

“No.” She held her arms out. “See?”

Anger filled my throat. “Then what the fuck were you groaning on the ground for?”

Good God! She took nearly twenty years off my life!

“Because this creep threw me on the ground and jumped on me!”

Daniel came out of nowhere, grabbing up Liam by the back of his neck and putting him a choke hold.

I lurched up and shook my head. “It’s Liam.”

Daniel dropped him immediately. “My bad.”

“You’re fucking lucky you didn’t put a bullet in him,” I swore.

“Sorry,” Daniel said, sheepish.

Liam straightened his shirt and glanced at me, lifting a brow. “Kitten? Honey? Baby?”

“Fuck you, Mattison.”

He turned to Sabrina. “You have a real name?”

She crossed her arms over her chest and sniffed. “You’re bigger on TV.”

Liam grinned. “Still took you to the ground.”

“You better watch yourself.” I warned him.

Liam took my threat mildly, squinting at me. “I take it you know this little criminal?”

Sabrina gasped.

I laughed.

 

Author Bio:

Cambria Hebert is an award winning, bestselling novelist of more than twenty books. She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major, and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair.

Besides writing, Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in, and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (the real boss of the house).

Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: The Hashtag Series, Text, Torch, and Tattoo.

Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC.

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Bookish Book Lover Tag

Hi guys! 

 

bookish book lover tag

Rules:

  • Use the original banner
  • Answer the questions!
  • Use lots of book covers
  • Tag your friends

What books are you currently reading?

I’m currently reading City of Glass by Cassandra Clare and The Angels Trilogy by Lurlene McDaniels.   I’ve been jumping back and forth between them, but I’ve also been listening to City of Glass on audio so that may be why it’s taking me so long to finish it.

What’s the last book you finished?

The first one was Avalanche by Cambria Hebert and Heart of a Warrior by Johanna Lindsey.  Avalanche was released back in March, but since I was in the middle of intensive paper writing I decided that it would be the first book I read after my semester ended. I finished Heart of a Warrior in a day, it’s an old favorite and for some reason I thought it was longer.

Favorite book you read this year?

Come on really!!! I haven’t really read many books this year that haven’t been on my graduate school lists… But I read a few books this year that are not in that category, the two that I can’t choose between are Cambria Hebert’s #Bae and Cassandra Clare’s City of Bones.  Yes I know that neither were released this year, but it was the first time I had read City of Bones and Cambria’s books are usually my favorites in any category… especially her hashtag series!

 

What genre have you read most this year?

I’ve been reading history books…. for school.  But when I’m not, I’m reading new adult romances and YA books.

hashtaggearshark

What genre have you read least this year?

There have been a ton of genres that I haven’t been reading not because I don’t like them, but because I just haven’t had the time.

What genre do you want to read more of?

I’m wanting to read more fantasy and YA books.  The series that I’m want to read first is the Lorian Legacies by Pittacus Lore.

lorien

How many books have you read this year, and what’s your goal?

… yea, I’ve been slacking on my reading for this year.  When you count the books that I’ve read for school I’m at 50 books since January.  I’m hoping to double this during the summer.

What’s the last book you bought?

I haven’t actually bought any books for me, but I won Avalanche by Cambria Hebert in a giveaway done by Cambria Hebert on her Facebook fan page.  I’m also in a group that does book boxes and I’ve got two new books to read from them.  Just One by Gayle Forman and The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert

What book are you saving up to buy next?

Right now I’ve been collecting all of Cambria Heberts Hashtag and Gearshark Series. Well actually most of her books.  So, next on my list is #Player and #Bae.  I own them all in ebook as well as audio, but I want them on my bookshelf too.

How many books did you check out last library visit?

One.  City of Glass, I’ve given up checking out more than one.  Mainly because I lose track of them and I really don’t want to spend money on fines.

cog

What’s a book you can’t wait to read?

All of the ones below and more that I didn’t add…

What’s a series you’d recommend to everyone?

This is not easy… The Harry Potter series.  I’m actually surprised when I hear that people haven’t read this book, but they watched the movies.

harry potter

Who’s an author you’re hoping writes more?

Cambria Hebert and Abbi Glines are two authors who I’ve been obsessed with in the last few years.  If they’ve written it I’ll read it.  However, there have been other authors that I would love to see come out with more to their series, Christine Feehan is one.   I need her to write more magical books like her Sea Haven books.

A few books your heart adores?

As I’ve already mentioned this year has been a slow one for fun reading for me.  I think I’ve only read 4 books that were not on my graduate reading list.  But you can’t go wrong with anything by Cambria Hebert or Abbi Glines if you’re looking for New Adult Romance, and try Anne McCaffery’s The Tower and the Hive Series for Science Fiction that is amazing.

What series’ coming conclusion makes you sad?

I’m always of two minds when a series ends.  On one hand I love that it has an ending, but on the other I always want more.  I want to know what those characters are doing now.

What books are on your wishlist?

All of the books in the world??? I’m joking… maybe.   Really and truly, there isn’t enough space for me to put them all.

Tag Time:

Anyone who wants a fun tag to complete!

Tabby

College Life: Expectations Vs. Reality

Hey Guys!

So with the fall semester approaching fast I thought a fun post was in order.  Just like there are always two sides to every coin, the college experience also has two sides.  The myth and the reality.

The College Student Experience: Expectation vs. Reality

New incoming students come to school with an idea in their heads about what they believe their college experience is going to look like.  What they usually get is no where near what they imagined.

Depending on the person the focus of college differs.  Some focus on the parties that are taking place, while other on the more studious natures they find.

Each person’s experience in college will be different depending on the school and major or program that they decide to per sue, but there are still some realities and myths that students should know.

Truth or False: Financial Aid is better gained before you become a College Freshman

Answer: False

This is one that is I hear so much.  Some people assume that once you start college you will have a harder time getting financial aid.  Or that they don’t qualify for aid, so they don’t even apply for it. But this couldn’t be further from the truth.

One thing that I tell students that I’m helping is that you qualify for more than you think you do.  There are so many grants and scholarships out there, all you need to do is look. Whether you are an incoming freshman or entering into Graduate school, there is something out there for you.

What people need to keep in mind is that financial aid can be gotten at anytime.   Don’t let the fact that you’re not right out of high school or a freshman in college stop you.

Take the time.  Look around and don’t let setbacks stop you.  There are scholarships that are geared towards just about everyone.  You would be surprised by all the different scholarships that are out there.

Truth or False: You can always count on Extra Credit!

Answer: False

Well mostly.  For the most part college professors don’t really give extra credit. There are of course those who will give opportunities, but these are few and far between. Be on the lookout for them, but don’t count on them.

From the start of my associate’s and bachelor’s degree and through my current master’s program, over 8 or 9 years, I can probably count on one hand… maybe both hands the number of times extra credit has been offered.  For the most part it was only ever offered to those who showed that they were willing to do the work.

And usually if you did the work you were not in need of the extra credit.

Depending on the professor the extra credit itself was hardly ever an easy assignment.  I ended up having to do an alternative assignment once and it turned into an extensive 12 page research paper.

All I can say is never count on extra credit to save you.  It might push you from that B+ to that A, so make sure that you do your best work on every assignment that you turn in.  Because chances are that you won’t get a do over.

Truth or False: Good Grades is the important thing

Answer: False

Ok, yes.  Good grades are pretty much the point of college.  You need the best grades to get what you want, to makes sure that your GPA stayed up.  But that does not mean that if you don’t get straight A’s then your academic career is over.

Yes your grades will be looked at, but your experiences matter as well.  

Most jobs, whether they are entry level or not, will be looking for individuals who are at the very least familiar with the work they will be doing.  Find that internship or part-time job that will get you that familiarity.

Truth or False: Always assume that for every 1 hour of class you will have to study for at least 3 hours.

Answer: Truth

Yes.  Don’t believe me, google it.  If you are not doing this, then you should.  Most new incoming college students have difficulties with this.

Why you ask?  Because not only are you entering a new realm full of new social opportunities but you are also coming in from High School and there is an entirely different group of studying rules at play here.  This is probably the first time that you’ll be living on your own and having to figure out how to manage everything on you’re own.

Those first couple of weeks it’s going to be rough, it’s going to be overwhelming with schoolwork, and labs.  You’ll have your professor’s seemingly under the impression that their class is the only one you are taking.

One of the biggest reasons that I hear that it takes so much more study time in college than it does in High School is because that the material and work is much more in depth than what you have studied before.  So this of course means that it takes more time for you to learn.

Of course, the side benefit of the long and extra hours that you have to study is that it will now accommodate all the chapters and books you will be reading and the papers that you will be writing.  I recommend making friends with the library staff for the inside help on research databases.

Just remember, it takes time to learn and read.  It takes time to write a paper. Do not assume that you can knock out that 5-10 page paper in a day and have it be an A.

The general rule is that it takes at least 3 hours extra for every 1 hour class.  If you are able to finish up early, good for you. If not then at least you have the time already scheduled.  

Figure out how you study best.  Is it easier to study on the weekends or in the mornings or the evenings.  Divide it up to a couple hours in the morning and a couple in the evening.

A really good way to keep you organized is to get a planner or calendar to write it all down.

Truth or False: These should be the Best years of your life

Answer: That’s Up to You!

In college you are the only one who can decide if this is your reality or myth.  I myself look back on my years in undergrad and even some in graduate school and loved every minute.  I wish I had gone back to school sooner, but other than that I loved it. It wasn’t always great but I wouldn’t have missed a minute of it.

The choice is as always yours.  How will your make the most of your years?

Is there any other realities or myths that you can think of?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!

Tabby

Cover Reveal: Subzero by Cambria Hebert

 

Subzero
Cambria Hebert
(BearPaw Resort, #4)
Publication date: October 19th 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

My best friend, Liam Mattison, was born with snow in his veins.

Me? Ice.

Maybe that’s why my eyes are this color. Maybe it’s because I was born in Caribou, where there’s more snow than sun.

I always knew I had a chill within me, but after my time with the army, that chill froze over. I saw and did things most people couldn’t fathom. I made contacts with people who were more beast than man.

I came home altered, and there was no going back.

Except I did. It had to be done, and I didn’t regret it.

But now I’m thrust back into a world where people had forgotten my name. Back into a past I walked away from.

Memories of all the things I’ve done, of the people I’ve left behind, are floating to the surface.

The late-night summons wasn’t really unexpected.

The request was.

Saying no is impossible when you’re the only man equipped for the job. Saying no is difficult when what you really want to say is yes.

So here I am, past and present colliding with a woman I intentionally left behind. A woman who needs me to keep her alive.

I made a promise, and I will keep it.

Even if I die doing it. Even if it means the ice inside me goes subzero.

Add to Goodreads

 

Author Bio:

Cambria Hebert is an award winning, bestselling novelist of more than twenty books. She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major, and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair.

Besides writing, Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in, and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (the real boss of the house).

Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: The Hashtag Series, Text, Torch, and Tattoo.

Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC.

Website / Goodreads / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest

 

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Semester Goals: Fall 2018

Hey Guys!

And here we are again another fall semester is upon us.  With hopefully cooler weather soon to come.  One of my favorite things to do some days is to watch the weather to see what it’s like in other places.  I’ve seen some places begin to cool down, like the northern parts of the country.  However, down here in South Texas we are still having triple digits, but I’m hopefully for cooler weather soon.  But you know… what can you do.  Guess it’s going to be a shorts and tank top kind of fall… and probably winter too.

But whatever else might be going on the fall semester has began.  And with it my 3rd year of Graduate school.  It’s going to be interesting to see how this semester starts.  For the last two semesters the school has tried to get us to start on a Monday… it hasn’t happened yet.  The first time we had a hurricane and school got pushed back two weeks and the second time we got a freeze and snow.  Is the third time gonna be the charm, I’ll keep you updated.  Last semester I got 7.5/15 goals completed, I’m hoping for at least 3/4 completion this semester… so pray for me!

Now I’m not sure about you but goal setting has never been one of my top things to do.  Especially, making them public like this one will be.  But I’m hoping that doing it this way will help keep me accountable for what I’m doing and help me get things done.

Here’s my goals for this semester:

  1. Get at least a B in my classes.
  2. Try and get my assignments done before the day they are due.
  3. Work out at least 2 times a week. (I’m going to make an effort, but we’ll see.)
  4. Try a fitness class on campus.
  5. Spend more time with my family and friends.
  6. Actually stick to my budget. (for food, or other things)
  7. Cook more, and take my own lunches for school.
  8. Reach my activity goals on my watch each day/week.
  9. Post on each of the days I’ve assigned a post on HomeTownGirlWriter.
  10. Expand my Photography business. (The tiny one that it is!)
  11. Save at least 10% of my paychecks each week.
  12. Make my bed and pick up things in my room each morning. (In my hope for a clean room/house.)
  13. Take time for myself each week.
  14. Open my planner everyday and make sure it’s completed for the upcoming week.
  15. Have saved at least $500 by the end of the semester.
  16. Go somewhere I’ve never been before.

Well let’s see how this turns out this semester.

Question of the Day: Do you set goals for each of your semesters?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!

Tabby

College Life: How to start the Semester off right

Hey Guys!

Here we are coming up on a new semester and as usual there are things that can challenge us differently each year.  Whether it’s the fall, spring or summer semesters it is a time for everyone to try their best to be their best.

For some this is going to be their first time away, from family, from friends and from their home.  But that doesn’t mean the challenges they will be facing will be insurmountable. For others it’s one step closer to their goal.  Whether that is graduation, or writing that next big paper.

No matter what you are going to be facing this semester, there are things you can do to make sure you start it off right and keep the momentum going.

Tip #1

Time Management is crucial!

One of the biggest differences with college is that is a bigger balancing game than high school ever was, unless you kept yourself on a very tight schedule.  (I never did)  So one of the biggest favors you’ll be doing yourself is to learn how to manage your time wisely.  Unlike in high school, you won’t have your parents and teachers reminding you to do your homework. You are on your own to remember everything that is due and when bills need to be paid.

One way to do this is to use a planner, now whether this is a physical planner (my favorite is the Happy Planner) or an app that you can access across all your devices is up to you, but having a central place to have what is due when is a lifesaver.

I personally use both, I created an assignment spreadsheet that tracks when my assignments are due and what grades I’m getting on them, what reading I need for class and if their are any scheduled meetings with professors that need to be kept.  I did this on google spreadsheets because I can update and change it right from my phone.

For my planner, I also write down when my assignments are due, but I work out a schedule that works with my day job(s) and with a study and reading schedule that needs to be kept with getting a master’s degree.  (note: if I don’t schedule study time then I don’t usually do it)

Now depending on how you take notes (I hand write mine when I take them because I’m less distracted this way and most of my professors did not allow technology in their classrooms.) you may want to set time aside to re-write your notes.  Whether you type them up or just hand write them again so that you know what you wrote.  (I can’t be the only one who can’t read my own handwriting on some of my notes days later.)   This makes it easier to revise for exams later.

Another great perk of having a planner and scheduling study time, is that you know when you have free time and you can make sure you have a life outside of school.  It is also less daunting than looking at all your assignments and not seeing anything else. With them spread out on a planner they look much more manageable.

There are of course ways to make your schedule much easier to manage.  That way you can enjoy your time as a college student.

  • Depending on how long you want to spend doing things, or if you want to have a long day on campus, try and schedule your classes to where you have breaks throughout the day.  Then during the breaks take care of the homework or assignments for each class. Then you can schedule yourself free time in the evenings.
  • Do not wait till the last minute to cram or study for exams.  As tedious as it is your should be preparing for it from when you get the information.  
  • Remembering everything you’ve heard in lectures is not what you should count on, instead take notes and then when you get home re-write them so that you understand them better.  It has also been said that hand writing your notes rather than typing them is a way to better retain the information.
  • Prioritize!  Always do the most important task first then go on from there.
  • Try to take a break when studying.  I have found that setting an alarm for 45 minutes and then taking a short 10 to 15 minute break makes for better study sessions.  

 

Tip #2

Take On Those Offered Experiences!

I’ve had a few instances where I was offered internships and volunteer opportunities that were amazing.  Paid or not these opportunities offer experiences that you can’t get from a book. First hand knowledge that can help you in your chosen field or even help you understand where your true passion is.

I have always known that I love history, however, I was given a chance to intern (not paid) at a Museum of Science and History in Corpus Christi.  Not only did I get experience, but I also got school credit and a contact in the Museum work world.

What most students fail to understand is that even though you have (or will have) that degree, without experience in the field most jobs will not higher you.  That is what internships and volunteering is good for.

Most interviewers will ask you about your experience and not about what your academic background is.  

So without being able to answer those types of questions it will be hard to show that you are the person they want for the job.  The experience to academics ratio is tilted towards the experience side for most if not all jobs.

Very few job descriptions will list experience as a requirement, but that does not mean that they will not go towards the person with the experience and no degree over the one with the degree but no experience.

Just remember that your first job out of college is rarely the one that you will want to stay at forever, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t take it.  Take the job while you are looking for the one you really want and get the experience that you will be needing to land it.

A good way to start this off and gain the experience you will be needing at a later date is to apply for those internships and volunteer opportunities, or even if you can find a part-time job that is in your field, at least you will know if that is what you really want to do.

Tip #3

Try your hardest to get good grades first!

Most students are under the impression that if they get a low grade then they can  always make it up later on during the semester. This is the worst way of thinking and it can get you into trouble, because before you know it the middle and end of the semester will sneak up on you and it’ll be too late.

Focus on starting off right, put in the study time and get it right the first time.  This will save you a ton of stress in the long run.

Question of the day:  What do you do to start of the semester right?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!

Tabby

Cover Reveal: Frostbite by Cambria Hebert

Frostbite
Cambria Hebert
(BearPaw Resort, #3)
Publication date: August 3rd 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

Revenge is a dish best served cold.

What if we lose everything?

It was a question that had haunted me even after I spoke it aloud.

Turns out one loss—one profound loss—is enough to put everything else at stake.

What a house of cards life can be. How easily everything ices over.

We’ve survived an avalanche, made it through a blizzard, but now a chill has set in. A cold so deep it reaches beyond bone.

The end of the storm provided a new beginning, but we can’t start over while we’re still frozen in the past.

How can I face a man who’s lost so much because of me? How can he face me?

This powerful secret between us grows with every breath I take. Will it pull us closer or sever a bond I once thought unbreakable?

The threat to my life is gone. Yet I’m still terrified.

Cold has laid claim to Liam. Whenever we touch, the bite of frost nips at my heart.

His obsession for revenge grows, hurling him further from me and closer to the frostbite taking over.

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Author Bio:

Cambria Hebert is an award winning, bestselling novelist of more than twenty books. She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major, and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair.

Besides writing, Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in, and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (the real boss of the house).

Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: The Hashtag Series, Text, Torch, and Tattoo.

Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC.

Website / Goodreads / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest

 

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Would You Rather: Book Edition

Hey Guys!
I was searching the internet (procrastinating doing my homework) and I ran across this book tag.  I love the game and the questions are pretty good.
Would you rather…

1. Read only trilogies or stand-alones?

This is a tough one for me.  On one hand I love reading books and developing a relationship with the characters.  Watching as they grow and develop is amazing.  But I also love books that have an ending.

2. Read only female or male authors?

I’m never picky on what gender writes what I’m reading, unless it comes out bad then I don’t normally make it through the book.

3. Shop at Barnes & Noble or Amazon?

I’m generally an Amazon shopper, however, I’ve been known to get from iTunes as well, since I own mainly apple products with the exception of my kindle.

4. All books become movies or Tv Shows?

It would really depend on the book.  There are some out there that they do really well as movies, however, there are some series that would need to be a tv show because of the depth of details needed for the show to be done well and given justice to the characters the authors have taken time to create.

5. Read 5 pages per day or 5 books per week?

5 books per week.  Sometimes more depending on how busy I get.

6. Be a professional reviewer or author?

Author… because I love to create new worlds.

7. Only read your top 20 favorite books over and over or always read new ones you haven’t read before?

I’d totally pick my top 20.  I’ve been on repeat with Cambria Hebert’s Hashtag and Gearshark series for the last year.

8. Be a librarian or a book seller?

I wouldn’t mind either job, both would have me around books.

9. Only read your favorite genre(s), or every genre except your favourite?

Favorite genre hands down.  Considering I have 5 or 6, I’d be covered for just about anything.

10. Only read physical books or e-books?

While I love my physical books, there are times when it’s just not practical to only have those.  So I would say e-books are the way to go.  Easy to transport and keep as many books with you for options.

 

Question of the Day: What is your go to “can read as many times as you want without getting bored” series or book?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!

Tabby

Book Blitz: Blizzard by Cambria Hebert

Blizzard
Cambria Hebert
(BearPaw Resort #2)
Publication date: June 15th 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

An arctic blast is coming…

Fleeing to the wintry town of Caribou was always meant to be temporary,

BearPaw Resort just a place to hide.

Never in a million years did I expect that running back to the past

would bring me face to face with my future.

But it did, and now everyone I love is in danger.

I’ve already escaped death three times, and I know my luck is running out.

I’m left looking over my shoulder, watching and waiting,

knowing they’re coming

But when?

Hiding is impossible when the mob wants you erased,

and I love Liam far too much to try to disappear.

The more time I spend with him, the more I realize how much he needs me.

A darkness lurks inside him, and the colder it gets, the more I see it in his eyes.

So here I am, more afraid than ever before.

Giving up isn’t an option. Giving in will get us killed.

A blizzard is brewing on our mountain,

more frigid than anything we’ve ever felt.

With everything we ever wanted at stake, the only option is to fight.

When life turns arctic…

Who will survive the blast?

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EXCERPT:

“You might not know all the details of my career, all the places I’ve traveled, or even what I’ve been hoping for in the future. But what you do know is far more important than any of that.”

“And what is it I know?” she asked dubiously.

Lifting her hand, I pressed her palm against my chest. Her fingers were cool compared to my skin. Her hand was small compared to mine when I covered hers completely, pressing it flat over my heart. “You know places inside my heart no one else has ever encountered. You know how hard it is to breathe when we look into each other’s eyes. And I’m betting you feel a gentle tug right about here”—I poked my finger into the center of her chest—“when I walk into a room.”

Her eyes scoured mine. “You feel that, too?”

“Ah, sweetheart, I definitely feel it, too.”

Our foreheads met, and we both smiled.

Too soon, Bells pulled back, her brow knitting. “It doesn’t make sense that I could love you so very much and not know the details.”

“You think knowing my favorite color or the state of my teeth means you love me more?”

“Your favorite color is blue,” she said, mildly affronted.

“‘Cause that’s the color of your eyes.” I kissed the tip of her nose.

“I want the details, Liam. I want everything about you.”

“You already have the most important parts, Bells.”

A stubborn glint came into her eyes, and I chuckled. “If everything is what you want, then everything is what you’ll get.”

 

Author Bio:

Cambria Hebert is an award winning, bestselling novelist of more than twenty books. She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major, and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair.

Besides writing, Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in, and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (the real boss of the house).

Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: The Hashtag Series, Text, Torch, and Tattoo.

Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC.

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Travel Bucket list: Texas

Hey Guys!

I have always been a person who loved to just get in the car and go.  Road tripping and traveling anywhere just because.  However, if you have ever lived in Texas then you know that a quick trip going anywhere in Texas is a long process.  It would take more than 12 hours from one point to the other, and that’s without stopping for food and bathroom breaks.  So what generally happens is a day trips to random points in Texas rather than out of Texas.

I have compiled a list of 15 places that are on my Texas Travel Bucket List.  Places that I have yet to make it to, or places that I think others should go to.

  1. Devil’s River, Tx

    Devil's River

  2. Davis Mountains State Park

    Davis Mountains State Park

  3. Enchanted RockEnchanted Rock State Park - Panorama of the Summit from Turkey R
  4. Gruene Dance Hall

    Gruene Dance Hall

  5. Visit all the Missions in Texas

    One of the best things for history buffs in Texas is the rich history that is everywhere here.  The missions that are all around are left over from when there were Missionaries coming to convert the natives back during the colonization of the Americas.  There are also so many that it would be hard to put pictures of them all.  However, you can look up some that are in San Antonio here.

  6. Hamilton Pool Preserve

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  7. Cattail Falls

    Cattail Falls

  8. Battleship Texas

    Battleship Texas

  9. Palo Duro Canyon

    Palo Duro Canyon

  10. The Dr Pepper Museum

The Dr Pepper Museum11. The National Museum of The Pacific War

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12. Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston

13. San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site

San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site

14. Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Guadalupe Mountains National Park 

15. Cadillac Ranch

Cadillac Ranch

Question of the Day: Where are you from? What is your favorite day trip destination in your area?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!

Tabby