turtle power!

Still remember Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael & Michelangelo? No, not the famous Renaissance painters, artists nor sculptors... I'm referring to the four "heroes in a half shell" brought up by Sensei - their adopted father - half rat/half-human Master Splinter.  Yeah! they're the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! I actually grew up watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as … Continue reading turtle power!

Book Review: Ashlynn’s Dreams

 Ashlynn's Dreams by Julie C. GilbertBefore she was kidnapped, Jillian Marie Antel Blairington was just an average bright, brave, headstrong child. She was excited for life in a new house with her Momma and new Daddy. Afterward, she's all that ... and so much more.Held in a scientific facility, Jillian discovers her past-a family she … Continue reading Book Review: Ashlynn’s Dreams

Short Story: Wedding Hells

Wedding Hells (Chocoholic Series 0.5) by: Jennifer Gilby Roberts   Mel Parker’s perfect little sister is getting married and she’d rather cut her own arm off than attend. Her relatives are guaranteed to give her hell about not going first, her dress is unbearable and her beloved best friend Will isn't even invited. But her boyfriend … Continue reading Short Story: Wedding Hells

10th enchanted anniversary

Ten Years Ago.... I was broken-hearted.. I told myself, it's never too late to fall in love again. After a serious relationship which ended in heartbreak, I was so scared that I may no longer be able to find the right man for me. I thought my world would revolve around my work and my family … Continue reading 10th enchanted anniversary

Review: Dead Girls Don’t Blog

Dead Girls Don't Blog  (Murder Blog Mysteries #1) by Pamela Frost Dennis After nursing her husband through cancer, and then getting dumped for a “pre-schooler”, Katy McKenna is ready for a major life reboot… With her divorce finally behind her, it's time for Katy to resurrect the graphics arts career she left behind to follow … Continue reading Review: Dead Girls Don’t Blog

Book Review: A Passing Curse

A Passing Curse by C.R. Trolson (kindle edition) Homicide detective Reese Tarrant leaves the LAPD under a cloud of suspicion that he murdered serial killer Richard Lamb, dubbed by the media as the Anaheim Vampire for draining the blood from thirteen women. Because Lamb had once worked for billionaire Ajax Rasmussen, Reese drives up the … Continue reading Book Review: A Passing Curse