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It's been a long time!

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Hello Everyone,

It's been a long time since I've made a blog post. Life got away from me in so many ways.
Last time you heard from me I had started a job and my life got crazy.
I had no time for my blog, book reviews or for product reviews. I hardly had time for my kids because my job made me completely exhausted.
Three years later I got layed off because the company shut down. I took a year off and got married to Claude after being together 10 years. It'll be our 3 year wedding anniversary this July.  Time flies.
After all that I went to work for a shoe store, it was awful and I quickly found another job. I really enjoyed the job but it was physically exhausting for me. I lost about 40lbs between September to Feb.
Along with all that our son was having more and more difficulties with school, behavioral and health wise. It got to the point where the school called almost every day. That and trying to keep a clean home got to be a bit overwhelming for me and I started to get…

Requiem for Humanity by Joseph Sweet 4 Stars!

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Book One follows groups of survivors trying to make it in the new world against increasingly overwhelming odds.
But things are changing.
The zombies are evolving, becoming smarter, and regaining their former sentience.
Humans, just barely managing to scrape by as it is - struggling to hold on to hope where there may no longer be any - will soon have to face a more horrifying and disheartening realization.
This world belongs to the dead now.
And there may soon be no place for the last remnants of the human race in the sprawling graveyard that the earth has become.

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Requiem for Humanity was a great book! 
 I'm pretty new to reading zombie books but this one is one of the best in the bunch I've read.  
The only thing I disliked was the beginning.  I felt there was not enough of a back story for the beginning, I felt I was thrown into a story instead of slowly entering the tale. 
 Other than that this was a phenomenal read and I'd recommend it to any of …

Latimer's Law by Mel Sterling 5 Stars!

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THE PROMISE OF A NEW FUTURE AWAITS ONE COUPLE IN MEL STERLING'S STUNNING DEBUT NOVEL


Stealing a pickup truck, newly widowed Abby McMurray hopes to escape her abusive brother-in-law. But the vehicle's owner and his attack dog halt her plans. She knows she's made a terrible mistake. Yet there's something tender about the stranger that makes her feel safe.


K-9 deputy Cade Latimer senses Abby isn't a criminal. And when he sees her bruises, he knows she's running from someone. Physically and emotionally scarred from a botched investigation, Cade has his own demons. Yet he can't resist protecting the gentle woman who's capturing his heart. But little do they know, Abby's brother-in-law will go to any lengths to track Abby down….
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Another phenomenal Harlequin book!  Mel Sterling outdid herself with this book. 
It has great elements of humor and action to keep you flipping…

Product Review!!! JUST A DROP!

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Best Product This Year!!!!
www.justadrop.com
I am loving this product.  Just one drop and no more embarrassing smells when you use the bathroom.  Great for anywhere.  If you have to go while your out and there's only public bathrooms available then there';s no need to worry about nasty smells because this products eliminates the smell completely!
I have been using this products for a couple of weeks now and I think it's the best product I have reviewed in ages.  The bottles are the perfect size for your pocket or purse.  It goes in my pocket the minute I get dressed.
There are different fragrances to choose from and it's not an expensive product.  I highly encourage you to try it, you will not be disappointed!



5 STARS!!!!

Review of "Dirty Magic" by Jaye Wells

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MAGIC IS A DRUG. CAREFUL HOW YOU USE IT.
The Magical Enforcement Agency keeps dirty magic off the streets, but there's a new blend out there that's as deadly as it is elusive. When patrol cop Kate Prospero shoots the lead snitch in this crucial case, she's brought in to explain herself. But the more she learns about the investigation, the more she realizes she must secure a spot on the MEA task force.
Especially when she discovers that their lead suspect is the man she walked away from ten years earlier - on the same day she swore she'd given up dirty magic for good. Kate Prospero's about to learn the hard way that crossing a wizard will always get you burned, and that when it comes to magic, you should never say never. *********************************************
This was another interesting read and a new to me author.  I enjoyed this book, it was imaginative and had some good action to it.  I liked learning the world of this book since it's quite …

Review for "Ashes" by Sarah Gilman

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Accidents happen for a reason...
Journalist Ambrosia Pellerin accepts an assignment involving the legendary phoenix, expecting, if nothing else, a little entertainment. Instead, she winds up pregnant—by a surprisingly human-looking firebird, Reece Bennu. As the Phoenix prince, Reece is next in line to the throne and expected to marry a purebred royal. A common human such as Ambrosia is not in the cards. He swears, though, he’ll never be an absentee father. As Ambrosia’s due date grows closer, so do the soon-to-be parents. But will their tentative love survive the prejudice of Reece’s grandmother, who will stop at nothing to tear the two apart?
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This was a good book but pretty much predictable.  There's a guy with secret and a journalist who wants to know them.
A-typical romance ensues, kind of Romeao and Juliette type of thing.  I recommend this book to people who enjoy paranormal romances that are easy to read.  I don't have …

Review for "Earth Fall" by Mark Walden

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Sam wakes to see strange vessels gathered in the skies around London. As he stares up, people stream past, walking silently towards the enormous ships which emit a persistent noise. Only Sam seems immune to the signal.

Six months later, Sam is absolutely alone. Injured by one of the flying drones which now populate London, Sam realizes that without medical supplies he will die. Venturing above ground he is attacked again, but this time the drone is shot down in a hail of machine gun fire. In five minutes Sam learns two things: he is not alone; the drone injury should have killed him instantly – yet he is still alive. The battle for Earth is about to begin.
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Another great book and new to me Author worth reading.  I'm so glad I got the chance to read this book.  It was excellent.  Lots of action and suspense infused into this read. As a side not; I love the book-cover.
This poor kid called Sam wakes up to strange l…