Cover Reveal: Escape from the Heartland

Escape from Heartland
Jacquie Gee
(Heartland Cove, #2)
Publication date: August 22nd 2017
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

We hardly know each other, yet somehow, on some unexplainable level, it feels like we’ve known each other forever.

Jules Bates is a fish-out-of-water in conservative, small town, Heartland Cove. A modern girl with modern dreams that have so far taken her all the way to father’s bait shop at the end of town. There, she spends her days, elbow-deep in worm dirt. She can’t remember the last time she’s been on a date, or dressed in anything but a lumberjack shirt and hip waders. Her life seems to be at a stalemate. It’s like her best friend said, “The perfect guy doesn’t just walk through your door and sweep you off your feet, you know?”

Or does he?

Jayden Sievert is on a mission, to solve the mystery of his life. But first he needs to track down a ghost. One in particular. The legend of Heartland Cove. Arriving in the small town, with his ghostbuster wannabe equipment in hand, he purchases the Caldwell place, much to the horror of the townsfolk—a stately Georgian Manor overlooking the sea, with a less than pleasant past. No one’s been brave enough to set foot in that place for over a decade.

Is this man mad? Or perhaps just a little crazy?

Jayden ignores them all. He knows the key to his success lies in his ability to minimize distractions, but then he meets Jules. Could she be the answer to the long-buried secret that Jayden’s spent a lifetime searching for?

The second in the series of sweet romances set in fiction Heartland Cove, this contemporary coming-of-age romance features a deliciously unexpected paranormal twist!

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Author Bio:

Jacquie Gee is the alias of Jacqueline Garlick. Maybe you’ve read her?

We are one and the same. Two faces of one author with very different writing styles. That way, I keep readers happy by keeping my writing passions separated.

On a personal note, I love to talk… strange for a writer, I know, but I do. I’m told I can be pretty funny, though, my kids see things in a different light. I love to write romances with a strong, sassy, heroines, and scrumptiously, gorgeous leading men. I write sweet romance surrounded by chocolate and an overweight sheltie. Neither of which are related. And there are always with fresh flowers in the room. Raised in a small town in the country myself, I like writing about them best. I mean, who doesn’t love a small-town? Enough about me, what about you?

Drop me a line and let’s get to know each other. I love to hear from readers!

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Taming the Rebel Book Blitz

Taming the Rebel
Dawn Klehr
(Endless Summer)
Published by: Entangled Crush
Publication date: August 14th 2017
Genres: Romance, Young Adult

Rebel Hart should be at home taking care of her father after his breakup with his boyfriend, not tromping through the woods at summer camp. He’s had his heart broken beyond repair, and the way she sees it, there’s only one person to blame—the boyfriend’s son. So when that infuriatingly gorgeous quarterback turns up at the same camp, she plans to make him pay.

Justice Brody isn’t happy about trading training camp for actual summer camp. But if he wants to stay on the football team, he has to show that he can be drama-free. He welcomes the anonymity that comes with summer camp…until he realizes the one girl who knows him better than anyone is there, too. Rebel is off-limits, impossibly beautiful…and trouble with a capital T. Still, he can’t stay away. And even as Rebel exacts her revenge, in several very embarrassing and painful ways, neither can she.

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Author Bio:

Dawn Klehr is the author of the young adult thrillers: The Cutting Room Floor and If You Wrong Us.

She began her career in TV news and though she’s been on both sides of the camera, she prefers to lurk behind the lens. Mostly, she loves to get lost in stories –in film, the theater, or on the page – and is a sucker for both the sinister and the sappy. She’s currently channeling her dark side as she works on her next book.

Dawn lives in the Twin Cities with her funny husband, adorable son, and naughty dog.

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My Geekyness knows no bounds: Doctor Who

Hey guys!

So as you’ve probably guessed by the title of this post I’m a big geek!  One of my favorite worlds that I love to wrap myself into is Doctor Who.  I was scrolling through my Facebook page and ran across this Name Generator for if you were a Time Lord, so I figured why not.  It gives you what your name is and what you did on Gallifrey and what kind of TARDIS you have.  Try it out.

Get your own time lord name from the time lord name generator!

Your time lord name is: The Negotiator

Your original Gallifreyan name is Jelaviagurquanafonaronibygo, or Jelavia for short. Back on Gallifrey, you led a dull and uninteresting life, working as a Lecturer in ThermoQuanta at the Prydon Academy – but now, you travel Time and Space in search of adventure!
Your Type 93 TARDIS is currently stuck in disguise as a large cardboard box, and your latest travelling companion is a bright-eyed, easily confused English teacher from 1968.
Get your own time lord name from the time lord name generator!


Ok, so I’ve shared my Time Lord Name.  Comment what your’s is down below.

Until Next Time!                                                                                                                    Tabby

My Workout Must Haves

Workout Must Haves

Workout Must Haves by tabitha-adkins

Hey Guys!

Today I decided to share my fitness must haves.   These are the things that I always have with me as well what I make sure to do and pack if I will be going to the gym on campus or working out anywhere.

  1. Tarte No Shower Happy Hour: When I saw that tarte had come out with some kits like this I was ecstatic!  I not only own this one but also their Gym essentials kit and a few others.  The reason I love this one is because it has the tinted moisturizer, dry shampoo (which smells soooo good!) and their deodorant.  I know what your thinking… why do any of that to workout.  The answer is you don’t.  But I do need this for after the workout.
  2. Nike Lunarglide 8: I cannot tell you how much I love these shoes.  I have always worn saucony before now.  But when I went shoe shopping and couldn’t find them I decided to get me these.  I fell in love!
  3. Fabletics Leggings: Now I’m not saying that these are the only leggings that you will ever need, but I will say that these are really great for everything.  I love leggings of any kind, but my fabletics are some of my favorite to wear.  And I have no problems saying that I live in my leggings!
  4. Sports Bra: I loved the look of this bra… however, once I tried it on (it’s from Fabletics) I’ve decided I love my bras from Victoria Secret better.
  5. Tarte Lifted Mascara: I can’t tell you how much I love this mascara.  This one by tarte is not only sweatproof (workout-proof) but it is also cry proof.
  6. Phone Sport Holder: If you are going to be going on a run or walk, having a place for your phone, that is not going to get sweaty, is a great idea.
  7. Beats Wireless Headphones: It’s been a few months since I got my first pair of over the ear, Beats studio wireless headphones.  Now I wouldn’t recommend these if you were going to go running on the road or something, but if you are in the gym these would be great.
  8. Cute Workout Tops: I can probably say that I own more workout tops than regular… and I really don’t workout that much.  I just find them so much more comfy and cool during the summer months.
  9. tarte Rainforest of the Sea Quench Lip Rescue: This has fast become one of my favorite products to use during the day.  Unlike a regular balm this one has that slight bit of color and is so nourishing for your lips that I use it daily.

  10. Boxer Braids: When you have long hair like mine (it’s all the way to my butt right now!) getting your hair out of your face for a workout is key to your sanity.  I love this style because you can just keep your hair like this and if you have to hurry for something else your hair still looks like you tried.

Well these are my top workout must haves.  What are your go to workout needs?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!

Amnesty Cover Reveal

Hey Guys!

Welcome to another cover reveal for the wonderful and amazing Cambria Hebert!  Amnesty is the long awaited (ok, so maybe it’s only been a month or so) conclusion to the Amnesia duet.  I for one can’t wait for this book.  Also if you haven’t read the first book Amnesia yet you have some time to get it done before the second book comes out!

Cambria Hebert
(Amnesia, #2)
Publication date: August 18th 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense

There’s freedom in remembering.

My past is a double-edged sword.

Damned if I do remember, damned if I don’t.

Remembering beyond the horrors I already have will change me. Change us.

But, what if I’m living a lie? What if everything I thought was wrong, what if who I thought I was is wrong?

If not her, then…

Who am I?

Eddie says it doesn’t matter, but deep down I’m terrified it does.

I’m trapped. Held prisoner by a past I can’t remember and a future that might not belong to me.

There’s a light though, not at the end of the tunnel… But wavering in the distance, calling to me from Rumor Island.

That light, it scares me far more than darkness. Am I brave enough to confront it?

So many questions, so few answers.

I don’t have a choice; the truth always finds a way to the surface. Finally learning who I really am will be a permanent life sentence:

Total punishment or absolute amnesty.


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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.

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Dirty 30’s List Update

Hey Guys!

Well this is my update on my Dirty 30’s Birthday year list.  I’ll admit that it has been a rough couple of months since I posted my list and I haven’t really strayed far from home.  But lets see if I accomplished anything since the 6 months I posted this.

  1. Go out of the Country. (Somewhere not Mexico!)
  2. Visit Disneyland/world and Universal Studios!
  3. Travel on a train somewhere random and explore!
  4. Actually do something on my 32nd Birthday! (well as crappy as it sounds I had to not only work on my birthday but I also had a 20 page paper due the next day so I postponed doing something for a while.)
  5. Get my passport.
  6. Try as many recipes as possible from what I’ve saved from pintrest and online. (So far I’ve done 5)
  7. Go into an airport and buy a plane ticket and go somewhere.
  8. Travel First class somewhere.
  9. Create my first YouTube Video.
  10. Get another tattoo. I’ve been talking with my sister who has designed my next 2 tattoos and I also have plans for another 2!
  11. Go Horseback riding
  12. Go to New York.
  13. Pet/ride an elephant.
  14. See the Hollywood sign in person.
  15. Try all the best and most famous burgers in Texas. I’ve tried a few places and so far I’m not that impressed with them.  But I’m going to keep looking!
  16. Go to the Texas State Fair.
  17. Go on a road trip.
  18. Stay in New Orleans for a week.
  19. Go camping.
  20. Go back and float the river again. (This hasn’t been completed yet, but I’ve got the trip paid for and we go in August)
  21. Go hiking on Enchanted Rock. (It’s only 2 hrs 47 minutes away… great day trip and possibly camping!)
  22. Fill a Truck bed full of blankets and pillows and go stargazing.
  23. Go on a cruise.
  24. Participate in the Run or Dye again.
  25. See a Broadway Play/Musical. (I would take an off broadway play/musical too!)
  26. Go to a Masquerade ball.
  27. Buckle down and write at least half of my book.
  28. Finish writing my book.
  29. Take my mom on the vacation of her dreams.
  30. Visit Ground Zero.
  31. Buy my first car.
  32. Buy my first home.
  33. Take a Picture with every state sign in America.
  34. Visit the Salem Witch House/Museum.
  35. Climb the steps of the Mayan ruins.
  36. Get Fit.
  37. Take a photo everyday for a year and then post them.
  38. Go to a haunted house.
  39. Leave a note in a library book.
  40. Send a letter/present to a soldier.
  41. Be in a professional photo shoot.
  42. Create a recipe book. It’s not professionally done or anything, but Create 365 has a Recipe planner extension.  So I put in all the recipes that were my grandmothers and great-grandmothers in them for my sister for Mother’s day!
  43. Finish the Dimes challenge.
  44. Go on a Date to a zoo.
  45. Create a reading nook.
  46. Stand in all four states at one time. (New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah)
  47. Throw a Harry Potter Party.
  48. Rent a house/apartment/room on airbnb.
  49. Take underwater pictures.
  50. Actually post vlogs that I make.

On Book Shaming and other things

Hey Guys!

So today I’m going to talk about something that has been bothering me for a while.  I’m not usually one to share my opinion on something like this so publicly but I’ve gotten tired of people doing this: shaming people for what they are reading, all without reading the book or books in the series oneself and only ever listening to what other people have to say on the book(s).  Now mind you that this is my opinion, and just like everyone else out there I’m entitled to it.  Just as you are to yours.  You don’t have to like it and I’m pretty sure that not everyone will.  This entire post/essay is on the opinion of one person and will reflect that, just as I have voiced my opinion so can you.  The only way that we will be heard is to speak out and voice what we have to say.

The reason that this post/essay has come about is because there are people sharing pictures of women reading the book series Fifty Shades of Grey and saying that because they read these books, they should not have a problem with how the new President treated women or what he said about women.  The one argument has absolutely nothing to do with the other, just because some people assume that the books are about one thing, they believe that if you can read a fiction book about something like “that,” then you should have no right to complain about what a man, who is leading our country, was heard and recorded saying he would do to any woman just because he can.  I’ll be coming back to this later.

What one must remember is that on the one hand we have a fiction book, in this case the Fifty Shades series, about fictional characters and on the other a real person, President Trump, who said some horrible and hateful things, about women and what he would do to them.

The role of literature in our society is a widely-debated topic.  One of the definitions of the role I found most was that it played a vital role in preserving and passing down the knowledge we gain and have gained throughout past generations.  The book itself does not have to be non-fiction for readers to gain a type of knowledge from it.  It takes creativity and imagination to continue to invent something new, and books provide us with that.  Reading both fiction and non-fiction provide us with pieces of the past or the present or even possible futures. Fiction and non-fiction books have a good habit of showing us something about ourselves that we would never have thought of before, reading them are good ways to provoke a change in ourselves.

But what is fiction?  Fiction is defined as “literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people.” This form of prose can come about in many different forms and types in stories, including but not limited to, erotics in fiction.  Fiction novels allow us as readers to explore things that we would never have done before, from being a pilot or president to exploring forms of sexual pleasure we never would have thought to try.  Reading this type of fiction does not make a person bad or immoral or any other negative characteristic, it is simply a form of exploration that we as readers are trying.

After some research, I found that erotica in fiction is a subsection of the romance genre.  The romance genre itself is a $1.4 billion industry that jumped 40% higher after the sales of the Fifty Shades of Grey series began selling.  It became even higher when eBooks came onto the market allowing the anonymity to what you as a reader where reading.  But that is for another post.  Both the Romance genre and its subsection erotica comes in many… flavors if you will.  Not every erotica fiction out there is BDSM or about fetishes, just like not every romance out there is more than just about a man and a woman meeting and falling in love.  The backstory is just as important as the main story.  They tell us about the characters, their needs and wounds and unacknowledged pains that led them to where they are.  The Romance genre has come a long way, from the chaste books of Barbra Cartland, who wrote over 700 books in her career, to the newer authors of EL James or Sarah MacLean.  There is no right or wrong way to write a book, as long as it feeds a need of the reader.  Erotica, as a genre, helps readers explore their fantasies in a safe and private environment.  To make people feel ashamed that it is wrong.

Let’s look at the books in question, the Fifty Shades series, for a moment. Spoiler Alert!  We have a character, Christian Grey, who after a childhood that was horrible, was taken advantage of by an elder and grew up knowing he was messed up.  After meeting someone new and scaring her away, he decides to change because he wanted her more than he wanted his old life.  So instead of having a man who abused women because he could, we now have one who was abused himself and changed because he found someone who was worth it.  The other character was a girl, Anastasia Steele, who met someone who she believed was out of her league and lived in a world that she couldn’t.  When she falls for him anyway and after learning how he “really” was she runs.  She leaves because she knows that what he wants isn’t what she wants.  But as a grownup she knows that she’ll still have to deal with him, so when he asks her to give him another chance and to see that he’s changed she agrees.  So now, instead of having a woman who wants a man to abuse her, we now have one that decided to love a man who was abused even though he didn’t believe himself worthy of it and until he could do it himself.

But where in this story does the author present having a man doing something to a woman without her permission?  Nowhere.  Reading this story does not mean that the reader condones abuse, are anti-feminist, or even disregards violence against women.  It simply means that they have an open mind and like to read fiction or whatever genre they happen to be reading at that moment.

Turning our attention back to Trump and his comments about women: as the leader of our country, he has an obligation to lead by example and show us that as a nation we should treat others respectfully.  Not just women, but everyone.  Instead what we received was what they, in the media, labeled “Locker room talk.”  While logistically he was nowhere near being a president or even a candidate for that matter, when he made these comments.  He was still an influential business man.  That alone should have curbed the media talk after the news source surfaced footage of him as he was giving an interview.

I have always been of the opinion to not judge a book by its cover nor on the opinions of others.  So, if we haven’t read the books then perhaps we shouldn’t be shaming others who have.  There should never be shame attached to reading of any kind.  Just because you believe a book shouldn’t be read doesn’t mean that someone else won’t read it and that it’s not helpful.  It’s really simple really, if you don’t enjoy the books, then don’t read them and don’t tell someone that they are wrong because they want and do read them.  It’s just that simple.  The fact of the matter is that these books are a work of fiction, and that’s fine.  But don’t assume that just because someone reads a work of fiction, that it is ok to assume their beliefs and morals are based on something else that they have read.  Just because you read this type of book does not in any shape or form mean you deserve to be mistreated.  It does not mean you are an abusive or disrespectful person.  As a whole we as readers need to learn that what we read does not define who we are as an audience and should not reflect badly on us.  A book is a book, but as a rule, it is not inherently evil.  That would be like saying that because someone was reading Harry Potter, they worship or practice witchcraft.

However, one also needs to remember that you should never be ashamed of what you are reading.  You should never feel the need to hide your book or whatever you happen to be reading on.  Something to think about would be that if you feel the need to hide a book you are reading from the world then you probably should not be reading it.  Face the world head on and with a straight face.

I’ll be the first to admit that as a teenager I read books that I probably should not have.  I read my first romance novel at 13 or 14 and by 16 had amassed a large collection of books of all genres that were my own.  Some books that my own mother said made her blush at the time.  But in all the time of reading and owning books, I have never felt the need to hide one away.  Even from my very religious grandmother.  My grandmother who did not read very much because she was from a time when girls did not really go to school. (even though she later went back to school and graduated… not with a GED but an actual High School Diploma) My family, while vocal about the amount of time I would spend reading rather than doing my chores or homework, never said that I could not read a book that I wanted to read.  They would chastise me for spending the amount of money I would on books, (I hadn’t found out about ½ price books yet) but would never tell me I could not read something.  When I was in the sixth grade my mother actually had to go to the school, after they told me I could not read something because of my age, and tell them to allow it.  That if I had problems understanding something that I would approach them.  This should be the approach to anyone who reads, you should be able to read whatever strikes your interest.  There should never be a time when you feel that you should not be reading a book.

So back to the original topic of this post, I’m not here to say that you should think the same way that I do.  But in that same regard, you should not be trying to say what other people are thinking.  Reading a book, no matter the genre, is not wrong or bad or shameful.  We should be thankful that others are out there reading.  Literacy in the United States is harsh compared to other countries.  32 million adults in the U.S. can’t read.  That is around 14% of the population, 21% of adults can’t read above a 5th grade level and 19% of high school graduates can’t read at all.  Instead of making a person ashamed for reading a book, not just the Fifty Shades Series, but any book be glad instead that they can read at all.

Until Next Time!


How to be a Better Morning Person

How to BecomeA Better Morning Person

Hey Guys!

Today I’m coming at you with a post on How to be a better morning person, or to become a morning person.  I’m not sure that I would call myself a morning person, but I’m definitely not a night owl either.  But then again… I have always been a better morning person over a night owl.  I do however get my best work done during the morning hours, mainly because this is when I have the most energy.

I’ve also been known to be up by 5 in the morning simply because my body refuses to sleep any longer. (and believe me when I say that it sucks when you only just went to bed at 1 or 2!)  Of course, I was like this even when I worked a graveyard shift… so that may just be my personality.  But below is a list of things that I do to help keep myself productive and going in the mornings.

Get ready for the next day before you go to bed

Figure out what it is that takes you the most time in the mornings, once you know what it is make sure that it’s done before you go to bed.  For example, for me I gather everything that I’ll be needing for the next day all together and pack and ready for me to leave.  Depending on whether I’ll be going to work or to school is what I get ready for my clothes.

So whether you are getting your lunch ready for work or school, or a backpack or a purse, if it is done the night before then you won’t have to do it the next day.  It’s also super easy to pick out your clothes and not have to worry about that in the morning as well. (or if you’re like me have a nice selection of leggings for school!)

Another thing to consider would be taking your shower at night, doing this could save you a good fifteen minutes in the morning.  Then instead of having to wash, dry and fix your hair in the morning you can just fix it.  Or if you need it I really recommend using dry shampoo for your hair on those days that you don’t wash it.  I love Tarte’s new dry shampoo!

Scale back your bedtime a little at a time, but make sure you are getting at least 7-8 hours of sleep

One of the things that people forget about when deciding to either a) become a morning person or b) get up earlier in the mornings, is that they need to also go to bed at an earlier time.  One of the easiest ways to start getting up earlier in the mornings is to slowly start going to bed earlier as well.  By going to bed 10 or 15 minutes earlier than you usually do.  This way when you set your alarm for the same amount of time earlier.  Continue to scale back a little at a time until you are getting up at the time you want to.  There is no hurry to do this so take your time.

Try not to reach for your phone first thing in the morning

If you are anything like I am, you tend to reach for you phone before you do anything else.  This could be good or bad depending on you.  I can spend hours just playing on my phone and before I know it, I’m late for something.  So if you’re able to make sure you plug your phone in somewhere not near you, this way you can’t just grab your phone in the morning and play on it, you are forced out of bed and starting your day.

Workout in the mornings

If there is one thing that I’ve discovered is that working out in the morning is more liable to wake me up and energize me than working out in the evenings or afternoon.  It doesn’t even have to be a hard core workout, simply walking in the mornings is enough to get your heart pumping.

Make sure you eat breakfast

If there is one tip I’ve heard over and over it’s that you should always have breakfast in the morning, even if it’s a small one.  There are so many options that you can choose for this meal.  A way to get ahead would be try and get it ready the night before.  Making breakfast sandwiches or pre-made pancakes are great ideas.

If you’re eating on the go, then try a smoothie or fruit, have a little bit more time in the morning mix up some oatmeal or scrambled eggs.

Make yourself a workable morning routine

A routine is something that everyone should try to have.  It doesn’t have to be a big to do but, something small like a set time that you are waking up and when you eat breakfast.  Just something that gives you a schedule of events for the mornings.  You could even make yourself a checklist of things that needs to be done every morning.  Before long you wouldn’t even need the list.

I don’t know about you, but giving myself a reward for doing something is the biggest way to ensure that I actually do it.  Rewards could be something like allowing yourself that extra Starbucks a week, or trying that new drink, or even getting yourself that new book or movie that you’ve eyeing. FYI: If you have never tried the Pink Drink at Starbucks, it is amazing!

Another type of reward could be buying yourself that expensive body wash, or bath bomb or shampoo that you’ve been eyeing for a while.  Have fun with this reward.

The lasting thing that I can say is that you should maintain your routine, just because it’s the weekend or your day off doesn’t mean that you should ignore your routine.  Ignoring it for one day could cause you decide that maybe you shouldn’t follow it on a day that you really should.

Maybe Music

For me having background noise going just helps me keep on track.  Consider making a playlist for your mornings, or finding a spotify or pandora list that gets you going in the mornings.  There are some great music apps out there that could help.  Or you could just go on YouTube and create your own playlist with videos.

Have a set time to be ready by everyday

One way that I make sure that I’m ready for the day is to set an alarm for myself.  No… I’m not talking about an alarm that wakes me up in the morning, but instead one that tells me that I have five minutes before I need to leave for the day.

That being said, take your time in the morning.  Don’t rush yourself and make yourself be read in fifteen minutes, if you don’t have to be somewhere until hours later.  Schedule you some time in the morning to do something for yourself.  Whether that’s drinking a cup of coffee and reading a few chapters in a book, or watching an episode of a show, a morning workout or watching YouTube videos.  It’s up to you.  Rushing yourself could lead to forgetting something and making you late.

What do you do to make the most of your mornings?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!


Summer Reading List Update: June

Hey Guys!

Well one of these days I’ll make sure that when I schedule a post it actually is scheduled… :/  

Well the end of June is upon us and I’m updating ya’ll on how my summer reading is going.  So far, it hasn’t been too bad.  I’m making headway on my list, with a few other books thrown in for good measure.


Well not too bad for the month of June.  What book/s are you reading right now?  Comment down below.

Until Next Time!