• daimon-post
    Book Reviews,  Hobbies

    Book Review: Daimon by Jennifer L. Armentrout

    Daimon is a short story prequel in the Covenant series. I’ve only heard of it, YA readers rave about this series but I have yet to read it. This novella made me want to know more about it. Daimon (Covenant 0.5) by Jennifer L. Armentrout Add to Goodreads For three years, Alexandria has lived among mortals—pretending to be like them and trying to forget the duty she’d been trained to fulfill as a child of a mortal and a demigod. At seventeen, she’s pretty much accepted that she’s a freak by mortal standards… and that she’ll never be prepared for that duty. According to her mother, that’s a good thing.…

  • savage-post
    Book Reviews,  Hobbies

    Book Review: Savage by Willow Rose

    Savage is the first book in the Daughters of the Jaguar series by Willow Rose. The first time I laid my eyes on the cover, I just knew I had to read it. Savage (Daughters of the Jaguar #1) by Willow Rose Add to Goodreads The year is 1983. Christian is 22 years old when he leaves his home in Denmark to spend a year in Florida with a very wealthy family and go to med-school. A joyful night out with friends is shattered by an encounter with a savage predator that changes his life forever. Soon he faces challenges he had never expected. A supernatural gift he has no…

  • seaweed-post
    Book Reviews,  Hobbies

    Book Review: Seaweed by Elle Strauss

    If you’re looking for a cute-sy mermaid story, you may just like Elle Strauss’ Seaweed. It left me smiling and daydreaming about being a mermaid. Seaweed by Elle Strauss Add to Goodreads Dori Seward can’t wait to get out of Eastcove, a sleepy fishing village on the border of New Brunswick and Maine. She bides her time by hanging out with friends, attending swim club, and holding her biggest competition, Colby–who wants more than just friendship, at arm’s length. Then Tor Riley comes to town and he has everything Dori dreams of in a boyfriend–looks, athleticism and mystery. But Tor also has a tantalizing secret and Dori is determined to…

  • Guest Post

    Must Know Difference Of Office Based And Online Jobs

    To celebrate my coming back to this blog, I asked a buddy to write a post for me. Yes, I am accepting guest posts now. And even though it’s weird to have someone else write for me when I’m supposed to be breaking my hiatus, I figured it might inspire me to write more. XD Online jobs and office based jobs do have its pros and cons. They have notable differences and they have both the advantages and disadvantages over each other. Here are few of those differences that I think, worth of your time to read. SOCIAL LIFE Office Based Jobs Social life in an office based job is…

  • Food

    Breakfast for Lunch, Canned Good for dinner

    I’m back! There’s so many things to write about, so many things I neglected to write just because I was busy with my book blog. I have to find a balance between my blogs. 🙁 We just moved to a new house because the old one got flooded. That is one of the things I want to write about, but I’ll do that on a different day. Today I just want to share, because I feel so good about this, that I made breakfast for lunch! LOL. If you didn’t know yet, I’m not exactly a cook. I can fry, boil, heat food, and make simple dishes but I don’t…

  • born-of-fire-post
    Book Reviews,  Hobbies

    Book Review: Born of Fire by Heather McCorkle

    I read Born of Fire out of curiosity. It’s the prequel to The Secret of Spruce Knoll: A Channeler Novel. It’s the first time I have heard of this series, it’s about druids or channelers, and I’ve only heard of druids from TV shows.   Born of Fire (Channeler 0.5) by Heather McCorkle Add to Goodreads The story of the night Aiden was born has never been told, until now. Fleeing the Hunters, Kevan and Shannon O’Reilly find their way to Spruce Knoll Colorado, assuming they’ll be safe in America. Their unborn son is special, even for a druid, or a channeler as the American’s like to call their kind.…