Friday, January 30, 2015

Celebrate The Small Things: January 30, 2015



Celebrate the Small Things is hosted by Lexa Cain along with wonderful co- hosts Writing Off The Edge and The Cyborg Mom.

This week I am celebrating having a chance to catch up on my pen pal letters.  Yay!

What are you celebrating this week?




Fast Five Friday: January 30, 2015


This blog hop is the brainchild of Dani and Jax over at Cover Girls and it's quickly become one of my favourites.  It's fast, in list format and I can participate as much or as little as I want. Which is cool, because sometimes life gets busy.

This week's topic is: Five Favourite Authors.  Another tough one to cut down to only five, but I managed.

1) Melanie Rawn

2) Stephan King

3) Terry Goodkind

4) Neil Gaiman

5) Terry Prachett


The topics for the upcoming weeks are:

Jan. 30: Five Favorite Authors

Feb. 6: Five Novels You Wish You Wrote

Feb. 13: Five Romantic Movies You Love

Feb. 20: Five Book Characters You’re Crushing On

Feb. 27: Five Top TV Shows

Mar. 6: Five Book Characters You Relate To

Mar. 13: Five Books You Recommend

Mar. 20: Five Best Writing Songs

Mar. 27: Five Movie Character Crushes

Don't forget to go by Cover Girls Fast Five Friday post and link up if you decide to participate.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

What's Up Wednesday

I seem to have become a bit addicted to blog hops lately, it's because I love having the pressure of having a topic to write about taken off if me for the moment.  Life has sucked any and all of the creative ideas I once had out of my brain and I am stuck staring at my computer screen blankly most days.  That's where finding interesting blog hops to join and find fresh things to write about (give me a kick in the pants to write) comes in.


What's Up Wednesday is a blog hop created by Jamie Morrow and Erin Funk to help writers connect.  I need a little encouragement in the area of writing these days so I felt motivated to join in and find some new friends.  The headings for the WUW posts are:

WHAT I'M READING
WHAT I'M WRITING (+ WRITING GOAL)
WHAT WORKS FOR ME
WHAT ELSE IS NEW

WHAT I'M READING

Right now I am reading a wonderful mish-mash of things for various reading challenges and reviews.  I have on the go War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, Hyrule Historia by Akira Himekawa and maybe four other books that I am enjoying as well.  I firmly believe in reading all the things at all times.

WHAT I'M WRITING (+ WRITING GOAL)

I am currently working on the never ending novel project.  It started as my NaNo project in 2013 and while NaNo was a fail I loved the idea and have been working on it however inconsistently ever since,  I have, however, now written myself into a corner so to speak and am not sure how to get back out again so it has sat untouched for the last two months. 

My goal for the week is to bring it out and write something on it, ANYTHING, just to get the story moving again.  I can sort the logistics of it out later.   

WHAT WORKS FOR ME

I write my best surrounded by hustle and bustle.  So I spend my day off at Starbucks blowing my paycheck on Triple Venti Caramel Machiatos and cranking out the word count.  Or my blog for the week.  Or my pen pal letters.  (yes guys, those do exist. They are coming I promise)

WHAT ELSE IS NEW

The kidlets got the stomach flu last week and threw my whole life out of whack as par usual.  I don't even know what in whack is anymore so I think I may stop saying that.  That's about the extent of my excitement.  

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Express Yourself: January 26 to 30, 2015


The Express Yourself Weekly Meme is hosted Bouquet Of Books and Entertaining Interests.  This week's topic is: What are some writerly tips you've found helpful?

The most helpful writing advice to me is to write every day.  Just write.  Write anything.  A journal entry, a blog, your WIP, a short story, a poem. Whatever floats your boat.

When I was my high school creative writing class our teacher would make us spend the first twenty minutes of the class writing in journals.  We could write whatever we wanted.  I still have those journals.  I used them for story outlining, character drafting, name idea listing, poetry, short stories and occasional random thoughts.

The other tip that I have found works wonders is just keep writing, don't look back.  You can edit later.  I wish I had learned that one a long time ago.  My writing is getting much stronger now.  (or at least moving forward)

What writing tips have you found helpful?  This is a blog hop please join in below:




Monday, January 26, 2015

A to Z Challenge 2015

So, it's now official.  I have signed up for the A to Z Challenge for 2015.


Last year was the first year I signed up that I didn't finish and the guilt has been eating me alive.  So I have been prepping for this year since November.  I am well prepared.

I am number 116 on the sign up list this year.  Yay!  Look for my theme announcement coming up in March and other exciting news.  If you want to join in on all the A to Z Challenge fun check out the A to Z Challenge Blog.


Friday, January 23, 2015

Fast Five Friday: January 23, 1015



This blog hop is the brainchild of Dani and Jax over at Cover Girls and it's quickly become one of my favourites.  It's fast, in list format and I can participate as much or as little as I want. Which is cool, because sometimes life gets busy.

This week's topic is: Five TV Character Crushes.  Now you may guess that narrowing this down to five was a bit difficult for me.  The first four were easy enough but that number five spot was difficult to lock down. 

1) Spike (sigh) 


2) The Doctor (I don't really play favourites, show up at my door with the TARDIS and I'm yours....just don't tell my fiance)


3) Captain Jack Harkness (because really, who doesn't have a crush on him?)


4) Ianto Jones (perfect man, looks that good and makes coffee)


5) Constantine



The topics for the upcoming weeks are:

Jan. 23: Five TV Character Crushes

Jan. 30: Five Favorite Authors

Feb. 6: Five Novels You Wish You Wrote

Feb. 13: Five Romantic Movies You Love

Feb. 20: Five Book Characters You’re Crushing On

Feb. 27: Five Top TV Shows

Mar. 6: Five Book Characters You Relate To

Mar. 13: Five Books You Recommend

Mar. 20: Five Best Writing Songs

Mar. 27: Five Movie Character Crushes

Don't forget to go by Cover Girls Fast Five Friday post and link up if you decide to participate.

Celebrate The Small Things: January 23, 2015

Celebrate the Small Things has been taken over by a brand new host, Lexa Cain along with wonderful co- hosts Writing Off The Edge and The Cyborg Mom.


I haven't posted for a few weeks because I have been going through some health issues and to be honest I haven't been able to see the bright side of much of anything but I am back on the chipper side of things again and ready to find my silver lining.

This week I am celebrating that I didn't go crazy earlier this week when both of my kids had the stomach flu and I was stuck at home with them.

I am also celebrating that my son is now double digits, no longer a little boy but no quite a teenager yet either.  (that's a little bitter sweet)

What are you celebrating this week?

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Tea With The Queen Review



When mice turn 100 years old (in mouse-years, of course) they get to visit the Queen of England.  When Charlie journeys across they countryside for his grandmother's visit he discovers that even little creatures can have big adventures. 

Charlie's adventure with his grandparent's was super fun to join him on, it was well written and engaging.

Cat and I loved the illustrations, we have not had a lot of luck with e-books for Cat lately so this one was a refreshing delight.  Among our favourites were Percy and the Queen, so fantastic.

Cat is a huge fan of tea parties of all kinds so immediately following this book we had to have our own tea party with the Queen.  (even though we are nowhere near 100 yet)  I am a big fan of any book that makes the kids want to stay in any part of that world after it is read.  (that's after all how I was inspired)

This book can be found on Amazon here.  

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. As always all opinions are my own.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Express Yourself: January 19 to 23, 2015


The Express Yourself Weekly Meme is hosted Bouquet Of Books and Entertaining Interests.  This week's topic is: What's your favourite movie you saw in 2014?

This was a pretty easy one for me, there was only one that sprang to mind when I thought about 2014 movies.  I saw a lot of them, but Guardians of the Galaxy stood heads and shoulders above the rest.  It was fantastic.


From the soundtrack to the way it tore your heart out this movie had something for everybody.  Even my sister, who is not into anything loves this movie.  (well mostly Groot, but still)  Which brings me of course to my favourite thing about this movie, all the awesome actors who are in it.

Glenn Close, Peter Serafinowicz, Vin Diesel, other people who are equally as awesome.  But it wasn't about that, it wasn't like you look at the screen and said oh hey that's the guy from...until maybe the third or fourth time you saw it because they all being so awesome.  

Anyhow, this is a blog hop.  Go check out what everyone else's favourite movie of 2014 was.  There were some pretty awesome ones that came out last year.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Express Yourself: January 12 to 16 2015


The Express Yourself Weekly Meme is hosted Bouquet Of Books and Entertaining Interests.  This week's topic is: what's a musical or play you've viewed?

We have gone to see a few musicals and plays over the last few years, from small community productions to bigger shows and truly I love them all.  There is nothing more exciting to me than getting dressed up and going to the theater and I am enjoying the fact that I can now start teaching that love to my kids.

My favourite thing that we have gone to see in recent years was a community production of Sweeney Todd.  The cast was brilliant and I was both amused and delighted which is always fantastic.

This is a blog hop, check out the other blog below:



Wednesday, January 14, 2015

How I Fly - How I Fall Book Blast

How I flyA two-book series by the bestselling author of 
Almost and Unmaking Hunter Kennedy.

How I Fall by Anne Eliot

*WHAT IF YOU HAD AN IMPOSSIBLE CRUSH?*

Impossible because she’s Ellen Foster. The beautiful, smart, and possibly fragile photography-girl. You’re Cam Campbell. The guy who plays football 24/7 with no life. But what if during junior year, you decide to finally try for her phone number—until this glitter-crazed new girl ruins your plan. Worse, the girl is Irish, awkward, and insists you and Ellen should become best friends—with her! Only, you don’t want to be friends with a human tornado, and you think Ellen might need to stay a crush. This is because after one interaction you’ve discovered Ellen Foster really is fragile. Your problems and secrets are too big for anyone to understand.

*WHAT IF YOU COULDN’T RESIST?*

But what if the three of you wind up assigned to a group photography project, where rumors are already circling about the new girl being ridiculous? You know she’s nice but very alone, so you convince your crush to help protect the new girl. Suddenly, working on the project makes hanging out, texting, talking—and even high school—seem fun and completely normal when it’s anything but normal.

*WHAT IF YOU KISS?*

What if you kiss Ellen Foster and it’s perfect enough to make you believe in things you shouldn’t. You tell her secrets and share your dreams. You make the kinds of promises and create plans to be together that might be impossible to keep when you’re only sixteen and your parents control your entire future, but... WHAT IF YOU HURT HER?


Praise for How I Fall

"How I Fall captures exactly how a high school crush feels. You can have endless long days—days that feel exactly the same—and then in one moment a little thing changes, a conversation finally happens, and suddenly there’s a new friend group formed where relationships are suddenly ‘on’! I loved this book (How I Fall) and I’ve already read the sequel, How I Fly as ARC. You will laugh, you will cry and you will fall so in love with Ellen and Cam’s story.” ~Becca H. Teen book blogger.

“Anne Eliot writes the sweetest first kisses. She also does those book boyfriends you can’t get out of your head. Cam Campbell in How I Fall doesn’t disappoint, nor does the awesome first kiss.” ~Judith, I Love YA Fiction, Blog



HOw I fallHow I Fly by Anne Eliot

*WHAT IF IT'S TIME TO MOVE ON...?*

Over six months after an accident that broke her legs as well as removed her boyfriend from her life—because Cam Campbell left town and dumped her—high school senior, Ellen Foster, wants to move past her broken heart. She’s off to attend a summer photography workshop at a real university along with her best friends. Ellen’s determined to find a new love—or at least a summer boyfriend. In the dorm, she meets Harrison Shaw. He’s a handsome photography student, a charmer who likes her, and a perfect way to forget her past.

*WHAT IF IT ALL GOES PERFECTLY...?*

Ellen thinks she has everything she wants. Her summer program couldn’t be better. She’s half in love with Harrison Shaw, and she’s going after her next scholarship. But when she kisses Harrison, she can only remember how Cam Campbell used kiss her better, sweeter, and how he used to make her feel like she could fly…

*WHAT IF SOMETHING IS NOT RIGHT...?*

When Cam shows up at the university it’s a shock, especially to Ellen’s new boyfriend. Cam’s distant, different and very afraid to hurt Ellen again. He asks Ellen if they could be friends despite the past and how they’ve both changed and Ellen agrees. But after all they’ve been through, can Cam and Ellen ever be just friends?

*WHAT IF...?*


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Be on the lookout for my review post for these books which will be coming up in February.


Anne EliotAuthor Anne Eliot

Anne Eliot is the author of the, How I Fall/How I Fly two book series, and bestselling, young adult teen issue romances, Almost and Unmaking Hunter Kennedy. She loves writing about teens who live outside the ordinary and she's devoted to stories about teens who live outside the ordinary but who also get to find sweet first kisses and first loves.

Anne resides in Colorado with a very patient husband, two teens of her own whom she adores (an some teens near and far thanks to hosting many exchange students) who are all growing up too fast.




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Monday, January 12, 2015

We Play Review





You may or may not know this but I love my e-readers with a great passion.  They are not books and they will never be books but they hold a very large space in my heart because they are quite portable and they can hold so much information in such a small space.

My children, especially Cat, do not feel the same way.  She loves the feeling of a book in her hands to poke at and turn the pages.  To flip back and forwards.  It has to be a pretty interesting story or have great art or something to catch her attention and hold it all the way through in an e-book and this one didn't make the cut.

That being said, it is a well done, simple book for beginning readers.  It was right at her level and she only needed help with one or two words of what she went through.

I loved the activities and the word list because I am big on reinforcing what they have learned in what we just read and it's easier when the book lays it out for me.  ;)

I received a copy of the e-book mentioned above in exchange for an honest review.










Friday, January 9, 2015

Fast Five Friday: January 9, 2015


Fast Five Friday is hosted by Dani and Jax over at Cover Girls.  This week's topic is: Five Adored 2014 Book Covers.

This was another tough one for me, I am usually not a judge a book by it's cover kind of girl but there were more than a few books I read in 2014 whose covers I feel in love with.  (this is quickly becoming a thing this year too)

1.)

2.)

3.)

4.)

5.)

The topics for the upcoming weeks are:

Jan. 16: Five Most Anticipated 2015 Novels

Jan. 23: Five TV Character Crushes

Jan. 30: Five Favorite Authors

Feb. 6: Five Novels You Wish You Wrote

Feb. 13: Five Romantic Movies You Love

Feb. 20: Five Book Characters You’re Crushing On

Feb. 27: Five Top TV Shows

Mar. 6: Five Book Characters You Relate To

Mar. 13: Five Books You Recommend

Mar. 20: Five Best Writing Songs

Mar. 27: Five Movie Character Crushes

Don't forget to go by Cover Girls Fast Five Friday post and link up if you decide to participate.

25 Roses Blog Tour

Earlier this week one of my favourite bloggers released a book and I am more than delighted to take the opportunity to tell you to go check it out.  I am in love with the artwork, it just looks like a super fun read.




Mia moves from the shadows to the spotlight when her matchmaking plans go awry in this contemporary M!X novel from the author of 30 Days of No Gossip.

Mia is used to feeling overlooked: her perfect older sister gets all the attention at home, and the popular clique at school are basically experts at ignoring her. So when it’s time for the annual Student Council chocolate rose sale, Mia is prepared to feel even worse. Because even though anyone can buy and send roses to their crushes and friends, the same (popular) people always end up with roses while everyone else gets left out.



Except a twist of fate puts Mia in charge of selling the roses this year—and that means things are going to change. With a little creativity, Mia makes sure the kids who usually leave empty-handed suddenly find themselves the object of someone’s affection. But her scheme starts to unravel when she realizes that being a secret matchmaker isn’t easy—and neither is being in the spotlight. 

CHAPTER ONE

To: Stanton Middle School
From: Mia Hartley
This place could use a real-life Cupid.


I don’t ask for much. A ride to school without listening to my big sister Kellie gabbing on the phone with her BFF Margeaux. Maybe a few minutes where Mom actually listens to me instead of Kellie. Oh, and extra room in the back seat to set a box full of notecards to attach to chocolate roses so I don’t have to hold it in my lap all the way to school.

Unfortunately, none of those things were happening. My sister was doing the whole, “And then I said, and then she said” thing while my mom ignored my questions about dropping me off at school first. The cards in the box on my lap had to be filled out for our Valentine’s Day sale, which was a huge deal in my school every year.

Why did I have the box? Blame it on my desire to be liked. I signed up to help sell these because my BFF wanted to do it. And because if you did things like this, people knew who you were. It was nicer than being invisible, I figured.

Why was the box on my lap? Good question. Because my cheerleader-slash-homecoming attendant-slash-most popular sophomore at Stanton High School sister had to have a place for her stupid science project. Which she’d probably get an A-plus-plus on because, in case it wasn’t obvious, she’s perfect—the golden child.

I, meanwhile, have never gotten a carnation, rose, or even a pile of fake doody from a boy. Today my best friend Ashleigh and I sell chocolate roses before school, then tomorrow—Valentine’s Day—we hand those roses out in first period. That was when things would really get boring.

If this year was the same as last year, we’d take orders for cards, only to find they were all for the same eight people. But this year, instead of watching other people hand out the cards, it would be me and Ashleigh. We’d have to pass out roses to those same eight people while people like me, my best friend Ashleigh, and most of the rest of seventh grade would be left sitting there, looking like nobodies.

Mia!”

Kellie was yelling at me from the front seat. “What?” I asked loudly. If she was going to yell, I was going to yell, too.

You’ll be at the game Friday night, right?”

I frowned and wrinkled my nose. It was an automatic reaction to her “game requests.” If Kellie had been looking at me, she would have been mad. I went to six football games last fall because they were ‘big games.’ Now it was basketball season and a new round of ‘big games’ was about to start. Gag.

I have a sleepover,” I said. I didn’t, but I was pretty sure I could get one together. I just had to talk to Ashleigh about it.

But it’s the biggest game of the year,” Kellie whined. “You’ll miss my back handspring.”

I’d seen Kellie’s back handspring. And her round off. I’d also seen her back layout with half twist and every jump and split known to man. I had a pretty good feeling I knew what it looked like. Besides, after a while, all that showing off made it look like someone flopping across the gym floor to me.

Sorry,” I said with a shrug. “I have a life, too, you know.”

It was kind of a rude thing to say, but it felt really good. A surge of adrenaline actually shot through my body when I said it. It was about time I tried to point out that out to everyone because, even now, I would swear my parents think my world revolves around Kellie like theirs does.

Mia!” Mom scolded. I’m not sure why she was whispering, since Kellie was sitting closer to her than I was. But the good news was, while my brain was working overtime trying to come up with a way to get out of this without apologizing, the car slowed to a stop and I realized we were in front of my school.

What’s with that box?” Kellie asked. “Some super-secret spy stuff?”

I could tell she was being sarcastic, but I guess I deserved it after what I’d just said. “Valentine’s Day stuff.”

For the roses,” Mom added. “Mia’s selling chocolate roses for Valentine’s Day.”

Kellie perked right up. “I did that once,” she said. “Ours were carnations in different colors.”

White for friendship, red for love?” Mom asked. “We did that when I was in school.”

What was yellow?” Kellie asked Mom. “I thought yellow was friendship.”

While they hashed that out, I opened the box and looked inside. Stacks of cards, all ready to be filled out. We just had to sell them.

Mia’s going to win a lock-in,” Mom announced.

I hadn’t been listening to the conversation, so I wasn’t sure how that had come up. I just kept going through my cards, making sure they were all stacked evenly.

You mean one of those things where you spend the night in your school gym?” Kellie asked.

This one will be at the sportsplex,” Mia replied, feeling a little defensive. “There’s ice skating and pizza and all kinds of other stuff.”

The lock-in would be fun, but if anyone thought that was why I was fighting to sell more roses…wrong, wrong, wrong. Winning the lock-in would show everyone I could do something. I’d be something besides invisible for a change. I really, really wanted that.

And Mia’s going to win,” Mom said.

It runs in the family,” Kellie said. “Our seventh-grade class won a big pizza party-movie day when I was in charge of sales. It’s so easy to do. Tell the guys with girlfriends if they don’t buy flowers for them, their girlfriends will be mad.”

I frowned. I didn’t know very many guys with girlfriends. Even if I did, that wouldn’t work. Even in seventh grade, Kellie had been drop-dead gorgeous. All she had to do was walk up to a boy and he’d buy all the flowers she had.

I’ll have to give that a try,” Mia said. “Thanks.”

Get your friends to buy roses for you,” Kellie said, spinning around to look at me. “I got five roses in each color. That made us so much money. It works. Try it.”

I stared at her for a long moment. As annoying as Kellie’s perfectness was, she was a super-good sister. How could I ever be mad at her? Plus, she seemed to have no idea that I was a total loser compared to her. She always seemed to think I should be able to do whatever she did. It was annoying—and it made me feel bad for being annoyed.

Thankfully, Mom had pulled up in front of the school by then. “Gotta go,” I said, reaching for the door and jumping out, balancing the box under one arm as I closed the door. I took off for the front door so fast my backpack bounced against my back in an annoying way.



Bio:

Stephanie Faris knew she wanted to be an author from a very young age. In fact, her mother often told her to stop reading so much and go outside and play with the other kids. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science in broadcast journalism, she somehow found herself working in information technology. But she never stopped writing.




Stephanie is the author of 30 Days of No Gossip and 25 Roses, both with Aladdin M!x. When she isn’t crafting fiction, she writes for a variety of online websites on the topics of business, technology, and her favorite subject of all—fashion. She lives in Nashville with her husband, a sales executive. 


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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Throwback Thursday: Me

The recent cold snap has me longing for warmer times.


This picture is from our trip to Jamaica a few years ago, right now I would love to be back there soaking up the sun instead of here anticipating more snow.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Express Yourself: January 5 to 9, 2015


The Express Yourself Weekly Meme is hosted Bouquet Of Books and Entertaining Interests.  This week's topic is: do you have a New Year's Resolution, if so, would you like to share?

Usually at the beginning of the year I do a whole post about this stuff but I haven't had the time yet because the kids got sick one after the other.  (yikes!)  So everything has been topsy-turvy.  I do have more of a system of small changes/goals going this year then resolutions though.

I am keeping it very small as I have been having some health issues and I am worried that trying to make drastic changes will just leave me frustrated.

So my "resolutions" are:

-drink more water
-log ALL the books I read
-declutter a little every day
-keep on top of my letter writing
-try new things

I think 2015 is going to be a fantastic year.  What are your resolutions for this year?

This is a blog hop, you can join in below:



Friday, January 2, 2015

Fast Five Friday: January 2, 2015

I have to say, I love a good blog hop, especially a regular one.  It gives me motivation to write regular which was something my blog was lacking for a while, it gives me a topic to write about which is something I occasionally also lack and it reminds me to go and visit the bloggers that I love regularly.  You know, before I have to slog through a month of posts that I do want to read because I wants to know what they have been up to but I don't want to read all at once. 

Dani and Jax over at Cover Girls have started a new blog hop for 2015 that is right up my alley, it's quick, in list format and I can participate as much or as little as I want. Which is cool, because sometimes life gets busy. 


This week's topic is: Five Favourite Novels Read in 2014, not an easy list for me to make but I managed to whittle it down to five.

1) Heart of the Ocean - Heather B Moore

2) Chronicles of Steele: Raven - Pauline Creeden

3) Who R U Really? - Margo Kelly

4) Alias Grace - Margaret Atwood

5) Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman


I like the idea of being able to just write a list without commenting on every single thing.  It was hard but I like it.  The topics for the upcoming weeks are:

Jan. 9: Five 2014 Adored Book Covers

Jan. 16: Five Most Anticipated 2015 Novels

Jan. 23: Five TV Character Crushes

Jan. 30: Five Favorite Authors

Feb. 6: Five Novels You Wish You Wrote

Feb. 13: Five Romantic Movies You Love

Feb. 20: Five Book Characters You’re Crushing On

Feb. 27: Five Top TV Shows

Mar. 6: Five Book Characters You Relate To

Mar. 13: Five Books You Recommend

Mar. 20: Five Best Writing Songs

Mar. 27: Five Movie Character Crushes

Don't forget to go by Cover Girls Fast Five Friday post and link up if you decide to participate.