Month: May 2015

Guess the Book: Round 3

Posted May 28, 2015 by Jenn in Featured / 7 Comments
Guess the Book: Round 3

Can you guess the book from these quotes? 6 book quotes are listed below, see if you can guess the book. When you hover over the “What’s the book” graphic the cover of the book will be revealed (for mobile devices click the image)!     “You’re so full of yourself.” “You wish you were full of myself,” […]

Life: Road Trips, Patio, Famil..

Posted May 27, 2015 by Jenn in Life / 7 Comments
Life: Road Trips, Patio, Family, Dropping

Patio/Fence So last year we put our new home in and unfortunately there were many delays and we were about 2 months behind on everything.  Winter hit and the rest of the work was put on hold.  I hustled at the end of April getting people lined up to get our Fence in and the […]

New Releases & Sales: May..

Posted May 26, 2015 by Jenn in New releases, Sales / 1 Comment
New Releases & Sales: May 26th 2015

New Releases Gus by Kim Holden The journey that began in top-rated, best-selling Bright Side, continues … This is the story of Gus. Losing himself. Finding himself. And healing along the way. “ … but the honest-to-God truth is I don’t even know how to function anymore. Bright Side wasn’t only my best friend; she […]

Guest Review: Vegas by Sadie G..

Posted May 25, 2015 by Jenn in Guest Review / 3 Comments
Guest Review: Vegas by Sadie Grubor

First of all, I received this book in exchange for an honest review, and I can honestly say that the synopsis definitely caught my attention. I mean, a Vegas trip that follows you home? Yep, it sounds good! Olivia is a single mom who runs her own bakery, and when her friends decide she needs […]

DNF: The Night Circus by Erin ..

Posted May 21, 2015 by Jenn in DNF, Reviews / 3 Comments
DNF: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Did Not Finish books happen for many reasons, some of which being that it just didn’t click with me for my reading style or because I wasn’t in the right mood at the time.  Many books are well loved and treasured by others but as with all things in life not all books will be for everyone. […]