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Weekly Wrap-Up (9)

Hey all, Dani here. Wow, we're already at Wednesday this week, somehow. Where is the time going? Anyway, welcome back to my weekly post where I wrap up everything that I've read, watched, listened to, done, etc. Let's start off with what I've read in the last week. I finished Once & Future by Amy… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (9)

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March Wrap-Up and April TBR

Hey all, Dani here. Wow, it is April already. Actually, as this post goes live on my blog I will be at a Barnes & Noble in Columbus, Ohio, at a book release event for Emily A Duncan and Christine Lynn Herman. Damian and I took the day off of work to guarantee that I… Continue reading March Wrap-Up and April TBR

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Weekly Wrap-Up (6)

Hey all, Dani here. It is time for my weekly discussion of what I've done and read and watched and played and tried in the past week. Honestly it's going to be a bit short in the book area, because I have only been able to manage a little bit of reading at work, and… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (6)

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Weekly Wrap-Up (5)

Hey all, Dani here. Oh man, welcome back to another post in my series of weekly wrap-up posts, where I talk about what I've read, watched, played, and tried in the last week, as well as my current reads, and what I'm hoping to accomplish in the next week. Wow, that description doesn't sound all… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (5)

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February Wrap-Up and March TBR

Hey all, Dani here. Welcome to the first day of March, which means that it is time to wrap up everything that happened in February. Also, Damian and I are now two weeks away from the closing date on our house, and then it'll be a mad dash to get everything moved in the final… Continue reading February Wrap-Up and March TBR

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Weekly Wrap-Up (2)

Hey all, Dani here. It's time once again for another installment of my weekly update post, where I talk about everything I've read, everything I've watched, and well, everything else that is going on in my life. Let's start with reading. I finished just one book in the past week, and that was Warrior of the… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (2)

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Review: Write Naked: A Bestseller’s Secrets to Writing Romance & Navigating the Path to Success by Jennifer Probst

Hey all, Dani here. Yes, today is another review post. But it is for a non-fiction read, and it is all about creative writing, so that makes it a little bit different. As you know (or maybe you don't--hello new people), I am trying to get back into creative writing after being in a writing… Continue reading Review: Write Naked: A Bestseller’s Secrets to Writing Romance & Navigating the Path to Success by Jennifer Probst

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Review: Seasons Turning by Donaya Haymond

Hey all, Dani here. I have written so many reviews lately, and I'm glad that I'm finally starting to make a tiny dent in my backlog. However, it's a bit of a juggling act to balance backlist reviews with more recent reads. Thankfully, I'm doing plenty of reading right now as well, so it makes… Continue reading Review: Seasons Turning by Donaya Haymond

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Goals for 2019

Hey all, Dani here. Since we are now in the early days of the year, I suppose it is time to make some resolutions. Though I'd rather call them goals, because honestly, resolutions are things that most of us give up on a couple weeks into the year, and I'd rather not give up on… Continue reading Goals for 2019