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When: August 25, 2017 – 10am – 10pm CDT
There will be something for every romance lover, including a little mystery and suspense, paranormal, sci-fi, fantasy, historical…you get the idea! Something for everybody. All winners will be announced by Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 10 pm CDT.
Romance is in the air. Don’t miss out on this mind-blowing Giveaway. 5 Winners alone will be chosen for an ebook of Connor, The Keepers (Book 1) from the Connor Chronicles. Don't miss out on this YA, scifi, paranormal romance!
I have trained and shed
blood to protect Earth, but my enemies want war. Though I’m the only descendant of the powerful ruler of Ether, my blood is key to his survival. Against wise
council, I’ve joined forces with our adversary: Ronin. Risking everything, I
fled to Ether with him in order to save Earth. Yet as the danger intensifies,
so does our bond.
The only way to survive
in my world is to kill. As the Prince of Ether, I have taken many lives. I’ve
forged an alliance with Connor to overthrow my father and brought her to the
very definition of Hell: my world. I must teach her to adapt to my cruel planet;
though, in doing so, it will break her. Despite my unyielding & merciless ways,
training Connor has started to thaw my frozen heart.
Connor's life takes a U-turn when she discovers her incredible abilities, and a whole new world opens up around her.
Thrilled by her newfound powers, she soon realizes that being special often means being singled out - and not always by those with good intentions.
With a group of friends who share similar abilities, Connor sets on a path of discovery and adventure, as they try to find out more about their true self and origin. They also learn of Ronin: young, smart and out for revenge against them, for reasons unknown.
The Revealed (Book 2)
Earth In the aftermath of betrayal, dust is settling. The San cannot rest as they take more responsibility defending Earth. Meanwhile, Connor must endure immeasurable physical pain as her abilities grow stronger through fights and combat training of The San. They are preparing for what's coming... War.
Connor’s loyalties are questioned, and her actions put to the test. She is forced to make harsh decisions against the Elders' disapproval when the world around her begins to crumble.
Ether Willow now lives on this foreign planet known for its unyielding cruelty, and ultimately, will have to confront the actions that put her there. Condemned to continuous battle, she has to overcome her once shallow self and accept the inevitable: fight or die.
Ronin is back, and on a mission no one else knows about. The very one closest to him is Connor, his mortal enemy. Neither is willing to accept their destiny, yet compelled by it. Will enemies become allies, or battle to the death?
Death is rampant in the city of Chicago, but what makes this high profile case so special is not the attempted murder of the charming British billionaire Jasper Maxwell, but the circumstances leading up to his lover’s death.
For years, Forensic nurse investigator Amelia Kavanagh has worked for the county of Chicago and this is her first prestigious case. Early on inexplicable evidence is revealed to Amelia, and even at the detriment of her own life, she is determined to figure out what lead Courtney Lane's corpse to her slab in the morgue. Although politics demand that she sign the death certificate, Amelia is compelled to dig deeper. One would say she just might be obsessed.
Detective Chase Bishop is new to Chicago and determined not to rock the boat, especially since the mayor personally assigned him to the recent death of this young woman. Bishop is set on wrapping up the case as soon as possible, but Amelia Kavanagh won’t let him and neither will his conscience. A supposed open and shut has turned into much more.
Little by little it is discovered that Jasper Maxwell is more than he appears to be, but so is Amelia.
Connor's life takes a U-turn when she discovers her incredible abilities, and a whole new world opens up around her. Thrilled by her newfound powers, she soon realizes that being special often means being singled out - and not always by those with good intentions.
With a group of friends who share similar abilities, Connor sets on a path of discovery and adventure, as they try to find out more about their true self and origin. They also learn of Ronin, who's young, smart and out for revenge against them, for reasons unknown.
Excerpt “Look,” he pointed to the floor. “There is a faint light coming from behind this wall. If I can just get to it...”He grunted as he pushed on it. It must have stood twelve feet tall and weighed a ton.
He managed to shove this humongous thing out of the way, and sure enough, there was a handle. It didn’t look like a door at first glance, but there it was.
“Good eyes, Scott. Away out,” I said. Things were finally looking up.
“I told you, guys, we needed to check out the noise,” I said, relieved the so called trap turned out to be exactly what we needed.
“I told you I would take care of this,” Scott said. Cheyenne actually smiled. I didn’t know she could do that. I almost went into shock when she ran up to hug Scott, but even more mind-blowing, he let her.
Her smile was short-lived because things turned for the worse before we knew what was happening. First, I saw the expression on her face twist from happiness to sheer horror in a second, then I heard it, and without turning around, I knew this was going to be bad.
The next few minutes seemed like they were a blur. Cheyenne was still in Scott’s arms, facing the opposite direction of us, staring right at it. As I turned around, Cheyenne slowly let go of Scott who, at the same time, reached for the door. I don’t even think he knew what was about to happen.
From my side view, I managed to see a glimpse of darkness before it tossed me across the room, slamming me into the side wall. I heard Scott yell as he flew clear into the other room, slamming into the wall bookshelf, breaking it on impact. I don’t know how many books fell on top of him. All I knew was what I heard, and I didn’t hear him move.
I slowly got up to see where it was. Time no longer slowed when I saw Cheyenne suspended in midair inside a cloud of darkness. She kept grabbing at her throat and trying to cough. Her eyes flooded with tears as it suffocated her. Amazon US Amazon UK Book 2
Earth In the aftermath of betrayal, dust is settling. The San cannot rest as they take more responsibility defending Earth. Meanwhile, Connor must endure immeasurable physical pain as her abilities grow stronger, both through fights and brutal combat training of The San, for they must prepare for what’s coming: war.
Connor’s loyalties are questioned as her actions are put to the test. She is forced to make harsh decisions against the Elders' disapproval when the world around her crumbles. Ultimately, one decision will seal her fate.
Ether This foreign planet known for its unyielding cruelty is where Willow now resides. Ultimately, she’s forced to confront the actions that put her there. Condemned to continuous battle, she has to overcome her once shallow self and accept the inevitable:: fight or die.
Ronin is back, and on a mission no one else knows about. The very one closest to him is Connor, his mortal enemy. Neither is willing to accept their destiny, yet compelled by it. Will enemies become allies, or battle to the death? Amazon US Amazon UK
There are lots of free books to choose from in celebration of this spectacular event. For this giveaway, my young adult novel, Connor Revealed(Book 2) will be free until March 18th. Check out the blur below. Make sure to grab your copy today!
As a Bonus:
Here's a free link to the 1st Chapter of Connor (Book 1). Connor (Book 3) is coming May 2017!
Connor, The Revealed (Book 2)
In the aftermath of betrayal, dust is settling. The San cannot rest as they take more responsibility defending Earth. Meanwhile, Connor must endure immeasurable physical pain as her abilities grow stronger, both through fights and brutal combat training of The San, for they must prepare for what's coming: war.
Connor's loyalties are questioned as her actions are put to the test. She is forced to make harsh decisions against the Elders' disapproval when the world around her crumbles. Ultimately, one decision will seal her fate.
This foreign planet known for its unyielding cruelty is where Willow now resides. Ultimately, she's forced to confront the actions that put her there. Condemned to continuous battle, she has to overcome her once shallow self and accept the inevitable:: fight or die.
Ronin is back, and on a mission no one else knows about. The very one closest to him is Connor, his mortal enemy. Neither is willing to accept their destiny, yet compelled by it. Will enemies become allies, or battle to the death?
Jughead’s monotone voice, once again, compelled us to listen
as he explained last week’s mishaps and turmoils. He recapped Cheryl Blossom’s earth
shattering statement “I’m guilty.” Then he introduced us to this week’s episode
with an opening scene of Sheriff Keller and Principal Weatherbee escorting a
pouty Cheryl down the hall to the principal’s office.
Cheryl clarified that she wasn’t guilty of killing her
brother but lying about what happened on July 4th. Jason had a plan to leave
Riverdale and to never return but he needed Cheryl’s help. Jason and she were
supposed to go out on the boat at Sweetwater and stage a tragic accident. The
story would be - the boat tipped and capsized and when the police could not
locate Jason’s body he would be presumed dead, of which he originally was. They
actually made it safely to the other side of the river and Jason was supposed
to call Cheryl when he got somewhere safe, only she never heard from him as the
days went by. Subsequently his body was discovered months later at Sweetwater, with
a hole in his head, and the autopsy declared his date of death to be around
July 11th. Cheryl explained that they went to such drastic measures so he would
not get pulled back in by his parents. To
go to such great lengths to get away, maybe Mrs. Copper was right about that
family being evil.
With good reason, the sheriff thought Chery’s story was
farfetched and questioned her about having a hand in his death. She admitted to
hearing a gunshot that day but the sheriff found that quite convenient. Before
the sheriff could ask for more details, her parents barged in and put a stop
to the line of questioning.
The heart throb Archie finally confessed to Principal
Weatherbee and Sherriff Keller that he was at Sweetwater on July 4th
weekend and heard a gunshot like Cheryl. He claimed to have been alone while he worked
on his music. He left Ms. Grundy out of
it but I have a sinking feeling that somehow she will get dragged in.
The Coopers own the Riverdale Register and Betty was quite
upset with the story that her parents spun about Jason’s murder. They claimed
Cheryl was “guilty as sin”. Betty wanted more than ever to wake up the
school newspaper – the Blue and Gold. She all but begged Jughead to work with
her and already knew that he’s writing a novel about Jason’s death. After
convincing him, his first assignment was Dilton Doiley and his scouts. They
were at the river that July 4th weekend too but no one was talking to them
Archie’s dad confronted him about going to the
principal’s office to confess his whereabouts on July 4th weekend. He and
Jughead were supposed to have hung out but he lied so he grounded Archie. Do parents still do that?
Veronica Lodge went on a date with Chuck Clayton, the
varsity football coach’s son, and captain of the football team but he’s also a
known player. Yes they had lots of chemistry, but the next day he slut shamed
her. Chuck claimed to have given her a “sticky maple” and all over social media
there was a brown stain across her face. Veronica was fuming and wanted revenge.
Betty suggested that they go to the principal’s office but Veronica could have
cared less about following the good-girl proper protocol rules. So this week’s
witty banter by Veronica was. “You want to help me get revenge on Chuck, Betty?
Awesome. Well you had be ready to go full dark, no stars. What do you say?” A reluctant
Betty agreed and they boldly marched into the boys locker room to confront
Chuck but, not surprisingly, he did not back down. She ordered him to take it
back but he told her she rode the “Chuck wagon” and could not handle it. Did
she really think he was going to admit to anything in front of his boys?
Jughead confronted Dilton Doiley about the gunshot but the
scout leader denied anything. Little did he know that, behind his back, a
scout gave Jughead a look of panic. When Jughead confronted that scout he
confessed that it was Scout Master Doiley who shot that gun on July 4th and
warned them that they needed to know how to use guns in order to protect themselves.
Protect themselves from what?
Cheryl was grateful to Archie for backing up her story,
regarding the gunshot, so she offered him anything he wanted. He eagerly asked
her to get him in with Jose and the Pussy Cats. After weeks of Josie turning Archie
away, Cheryl finally got Archie in. So all week long Archie had to sneak out
the house to hang with the Cats. Love, love LOVE Josie and her confident,
self-assured, attitude with her honey sweet voice. I’ve always wondered about
their name so Josie broke it down. She explained that they are seen as “Divas
of Color” and pussycats means they have to claw their way into places where
Archie can waltz into. Archie finally got
to see the Cats at work and they all vibed well. He even helped them write a
Betty discovered a group of girls who said that Chuck lied
about them too, one in particular named Ethel. Supposedly, the guys kept score
of each conquest. Each hook-up earned them points and they kept track in a
book. Cheryl refused to believe this because her twin was on the football team
and he would have told her. RIGHT! Who are these girls who thinks their
brothers tells them everything? Well, there was a play book after all. A kid
who used to play for the team quit because of it and he told them right where
to find it.
So Betty, Veronica, Ethel, Kevin decided to break into the
school in order to find the book and Cheryl just so happened to pop up. And not
only was Jason’s name in it, Polly - Betty’s sister, was right next to his with
9 points. Each girl had a description next
to their names. Polly’s was – “the shy/reserved girl”, Veronica another 9
pointer, was – “the new girl in the school” and Ethel was - “the big girl” who got 7.5 points. I mean really!
Cheryl finally had to admit that maybe she didn’t know Jason
as well as she thought. Betty wanted vengeance and was ready to go “full dark,
no stars”. Riverdale has this things with bold red lipstick and that was
exactly what Betty applied as she got ready to set Chuck up, but her overbearing mom
was there to wipe it off smearing it across her cheek. Never the less, Betty
replaced it and found an innocent looking Chuck at Pop’s diner where she told
him to meet her the next night. He agreed to but not before he told her about her freaky
sister Polly. Because I want to hear that about my sister.
Finally after a week of sneaking out, Archie got busted by his dad.
Then he had the nerve to ask if he could go see the Pussy Cats perform since he
helped write the song. His dad flat out told him no. They argued over his musical direction and Archie said that he didn’t respect his music and if it were
football then he would not be so hard on him.
So the next night when Chuck went to hook up with Betty, he
was met by Veronica instead. She told him they were no longer fighting over
Archie and had no problems sharing - as in men. And as Veronica slipped into the
hot tub, Chuck asked “Shouldn’t we wait for Betty to get here?” Shockingly a
half-naked Betty strutted in with only a bra, a short skirt and a black wig.
Chuck lost all ability to speak but not Betty who said “Betty couldn’t make it
so she sent me instead.” I think even Veronica was like DAMN!
While Betty was losing her mind, her mom, Alice Copper, was
at the mayoral function agitating everybody. First she got punched by Mrs.
Blossom who was mad that she wrote about her children, then she moved over to
Hermione Lodge and reminded her that she went from “Park Avenue Princess to
cater waiter”. Afterwards Mrs. Cooper shoved the knife in deeper and informed
her the that Veronica was getting slut shammed at school. I just love her.
During the function, Archie’s dad talked to Ms. Grundy about Archie and his
music. He wanted to know why she took such an interest in his son. If he only
knew. Of course Archie snuck out the house to watch Josie and the Pussy Cats
Dolls perform and noticed his dad talking to Ms. Grundy a lot that night.
Jughead finally got Dilton Doiley to confess he shot the gun
that weekend and told him to meet them tomorrow at the Blue and Gold office.
Back at the triple date, Betty jumped into full crazed mode
on Chuck. She drugged his alcohol and even Veronica told her to slow it down.
He was handcuffed to hot tub, the water was getting hotter by the minute and in
her hand was a bar of soap. Veronica was recording everything but it was clear
she was uncomfortable. Betty wanted Chuck to confess on camera of which he did
but then Betty took her heel and shoved him down and demanded that he apologize
for shaming Veronica. A panicked Chuck did just that.
A sadistic Betty poured maple syrup on his face and shouted at
him “Apologize for ruining Polly. Say you’re sorry for destroying me. Apologize
for what you did to me!”
Chuck yelled. “I’m not Jason!” AKA You are crazy!
Veronica yelled at Betty “Enough. We did it. You did it.”
Afterwards it seemed like Betty finally snapped out of her twisted trace and
found her senses. Hell even I was a little afraid for chuck. Nope!
The next day Archie’s dad sound proofed the garage and told
him that Ms. Grundy was hot. Uh-oh competition with your dad, Archie? Veronica
thanked Betty for her help and tried to talk to her about her odd behavior but
she was not hearing it. Betty would not even admit she called Chuck, Jason or
that she called herself Polly. Veronica got nowhere with her and let it go, for
now, and as they walked off down the hall, we fade into Betty’s locker and see
the very same wig she wore the night before.
After Betty wrote the scandalous ledger story, Principal
Weatherbee chastised Veronica and Betty for what they did to Chuck and coach
Clayton was forced to cut his own son and half the team. The football team’s score ledger was
finally burned and Cheryl apologized to Betty for Jason hurting Polly.
Dilton Doiley met up with Betty and Jughead the next day but
begged them that if they wrote his story he would get cut from the scouts. He
offered them an even bigger story. He told them that he saw Ms. Grundy’s car at
Sweetwater River that very weekend. And while he was divulging all, Archie had
Ms. Grundy pinned up against the wall in her classroom. I swear steam was
radiating off them both.
Jughead’s voice fades us away explaining that in the weeks
to come if he could have done anything to protect Archie he would have but
Dilton Doiley had already opened up Pandora’s Box and there was nothing he or
anyone else could do to save him.
Overall: It gets better and better. The drama is fierce and the attitudes are real. Still not disappointed. I cannot wait until next week's episode because its about Ms Grundy.
Stay tuned, I will give weekly updates on this one. Thanks for stopping by.
Jughead, a brooding loaner, is narrating Riverdale’s story
to us and writing everything down in a journal. Hopefully it is not a blog because
if it is then Riverdale and all its secrets will one day be exposed to the
The story opens with a restless Archie tossing around in bed
because his best friend Betty refuses talk to him. Last week she expressed her
feelings to him but he doesn’t see her more than just a friend. Plus, Betty knows
that in a game of Truth or Dare he was locked in a closet with the new girl at school, Veronica Lodge. Okay, so what exactly did he do wrong again? Anyway, after
Betty rebuffs his texts, he goes jogging in the middle of the night to Ms.
Grundy’s place. Against her wishes, she’s forced to open the door or his
banging will wake up that one neighbor that never seems to ever really sleep. Archie
tries to convince her to go to the police but Ms Grundy is too worried about what
could happen to them, especially her, if the police knew of their fling. I’m betting
this summer’s romps don't seem so hot now huh, Ms. Grundy.
Betty’s mom is at it again with her neurotic, controlling
ways. But she cracks me up because she's nuts. After Betty gets hurt from both Veronica and Archie, her mom expects her
never to speak to them again. How does she expect Betty to survive in the world
if she doesn’t allow her to have a mind of her own or makes mistakes? Jeez! If
a person makes one mistake are they not worthy of a second or even third
chance? I say stop telling your mom everything which is exactly what she wants.
No matter, Betty chooses to speak to Archie anyway, but her mom cannot know anything
about it. Not cool. It seems like the only friend she can have is Kevin, the sheriff’s son.
The sheriff comes to the school and asks that if anyone
knows anything about Jason’s murder to please come forward, but that only fuels
Archie’s guilt. Students start to become suspicious of each other. Even Jughead
starts to become apprehensive of Archie who just so happened to have ditched
him July 4th weekend, but Archie cannot tell him why. It’s clear
they once had a close friendship but for some unexplained reason they are no
longer close. Adding to Jughead’s suspicion he watches Archie more closely and
discovers just how close he is to Ms. Grundy. During school, Ms. Grundy riskily
snuggles up to Archie in her classroom in an attempt to convince him that her
feeling are real only to get busted but they don’t know it yet. That is until
Jughead meets up with Archie later that night and tells him what he saw. Archie
confesses to him about their affair and about hearing the gunshot that weekend.
Jughead flat out tells him that Ms. Grundy is messing with his mind, which is true.
Grimm’s recap of last week. The show started off with a bug-like man, a Wesen which looked like a Cicada, come up from the ground one night in Stillman
Park. He woged into a man dressed in
torn, filthy rags and observed his environment. He approached a man talking on a phone and said “Hungry…Need something to eat.” The kind man called 911 for him.
I’m sorry but if a
strange man who looked like he just dug himself out of a tunnel comes out of
nowhere claiming to be hungry, I’m keeping my distance and I’m keeping my eye on
him while I call 911. I’m just saying.
Moving on. Poor Eve/Juliette- I call her that because her body is in limbo- woke up in the tunnels under Nick’s loft with
a sigil ingrained in her left palm and bloody knuckles. Around her were carved
symbols she’d drawn on the brick walls for who knows how long. While everyone was going on with their lives she was stuck underground. Has no one missed her or
wondered where she’d been living since headquarters had been destroyed. Wasn’t
she and Rosalee best friends at one time?
Speaking of headquarters that took us to Sean Renard. He has this spectacular new home overlooking Portland and damn if it is not
gorgeous. Adalind may need to trade up from the dark, loft she shares with Nick. Anyways, he had his daughter Diana for the night and found her sadistic dolls in a box and had the good
since to remove the pin she used to control people. About time but that is only
one aspect of her abilities. It's something at least. He's still being haunted
by Meisner, the man he claimed he killed to put out of his misery, but I’m not sure if its
guilt Sean feels or if he's truly being haunted. I'm apt to believe it's real.
Since when does Renard feel guilty about anything he does?The next day when
Adalind picked up Diana it appeared that Sean was going to ask her for
help stopped himself. For some bizarre reason they actually do help each
other, well most of the time, so he should have let go of his pride and done so.
This new drama is based on a fictional town
called Riverdale, hence the name, that revolves around the life of certain
teenagers. The town is small, quiet and cozy but appearances can be deceiving.
This little hideaway is quite cliquey, holds a lot of secrets and conceals way too many
The story begins
with the telling of what occurred over the summer. One of the Blossom twins
went missing during a boating outing and is now presumed dead. It is clear that
the wealthy Blossoms are not much liked since they do and say as they please. EspeciallyCheryl Blossom who is the Queen B in school, but unfortunately
for her not everyone is intimidated, namely Veronica Lodge.
well off or was until her father was brought up on embezzlement and fraud
charges. Her mother moved them to Riverdale because of money
issues - the lack thereof. Veronica is smart, chic and a firecracker. And from
the moment Archie lays eyes on her he’s in lust and it’s obvious she thinks he’s
a little hottie too.
Synopsis "Stargate SG-1 the television series, picks up where the blockbuster film left off. Colonel Jack O’Neill (RICHARD DEAN ANDERSON) and his SG-1 team; Daniel Jackson (MICHAEL SHANKS), Teal’c (CHRISTOPHER JUDGE), and Capt. Samantha Carter (AMANDA TAPPING), set out to explore the mysteries of the Stargate. Each mission through the gate takes the SG-1 team to new worlds in a seemingly boundless universe."
After all these years when it decided to end, I still miss this show like no other. It was ahead of its time and had an amazing budget. They explored different universes and it was always an exciting adventure. There were aliens, spaceships and villains. One of the best concept ever! There have been a few spin-offs since the show started such as, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe, which were good shows, but none equal to SG1. I wish someone would take the time to come out with another show like it. Space never gets old.
So we're down to the wire and it's been an amazing series so
far. The concept on how this show weaves the supernatural world into their
investigations is very intriguing. Supernaturals on this show are called wesen which are mythical creatures. The idea that there's a completely
other existence, most humans are clueless about, is fascinating. The main detective's name is Nick but he is also the Grimm. He joins forces with
Monroe, a Blutbad, to stop other wesens that take the law into their
own hands. But it seems like rarely are there any bad humans. Go figure. This season, Nick had to go into hiding from the captain since they are on opposing teams. Not that they haven't always been, but in the past they’ve managed to work together. Now their interests are, once again, clashing. Being that Hank is Nick's partner, he of course defends him but the captain sees that as a betrayal and turns on Hank as well. After Nick gets help in performing a spell to look like Sean, he ruins the captain’s present and future plans. After that he and the Sean were forced into a truce.
Captain Sean Ranard is a Zauberbiest and his narcissism has reached an all new high. I seriously thought his ego could not get any bigger. He has betrayed allies and has
turned on the best detectives he's ever had. He's killed with no remorse and
has done nothing to stop his mind controlling daughter. He only cares about
power and being the next mayor. But even after all that he's done, Sean is one
of my favorite characters. He is so deliciously evil.
So much trickery has occurred over the seasons that the once
lovable couple, Juliette and Nick, are unfortunately no more. They can thank
Adalind's, a Hexenbiest, for that. A few seasons back, she performed witchcraft
to look like Juliette and inadvertently slept with Nick and wound up pregnant.
Ironically, Juliette turned into a Hexenbiest some time afterwards.
Through a spell she pretended to be Adalind, but how exactly she became wesen
has yet to be explained. No matter, it happened and when Juliette turned she
became a cold, ruthless killer therefore ending her and Nick's
relationship. Presently, because of some special wooden stick, no one knows
anything about, her life was spared and she may once again be human. So will
she and Nick get back together? That's a hard one since Juliette did kill
Nick’s mother and he is in love with Adalind, the mother of his son.
I love the relationship between Monroe and Rosalee, a
Fuchsbau. They may be wesen but their relationship is the most normal on that
show. I wonder what their baby would look like. Maybe not. Yikes!
As much as I enjoy this show, I wish Nick had more abilities
or at least they should more of them. I really don’t see how he is much different
than the average man. Sometimes it seems like he has enhanced hearing but what
else? Yes, he can see wesen, but so can any other human if the wesen chooses to
reveal themselves. I need some clarification. Also, I do not care for Nick and
Adalind's relationship. Although, I like Adalind's wicked character, she
started all this mess to begin with. I know Juliette killed Nick’s mom but I'd
still rather see them back together. I say if Nick can forgive Adalind he can
forgive Juliette. Hey maybe the special stick will cure Nick’s love for
Overall: interesting show!
That’s my update in Grimm. I will reach out again later.
Thanks for stopping by.
When I first started this blog it was supposed to have been more than just books, but over the past year I've been so busy it’s turned into just
that. Although I still plan on promoting books, I want to get back to my weekly
posts on my favorite supernatural and some mystery TV
I've been told that I watch entirely too much junk, but I’d
like to think of the tele as more of a mental hiatus box. It allows my, either
crazy or imaginative brain depending on whose describing me, to slip away from
reality and stay engrossed in another’s creative ideas.
Needless to say, I will talk about the drama that I hold
dear to my heart for I greatly appreciate their ability to take me away. I
will do to that until I can get away to a nice Caribbean island filled with
white sand and clear blue sea.