I have a story to share today with you guys. So I went to my nearest book store and was looking around to see what I would find and I came across to this section where they had many books that were wrapped and you could not see the title of the book only a short description of what the book was about. And this is what I got. I will leave a link from amazon in case you want to grab a E copy for yourself.
Lake Piru, California is the place we went camping for the first time with my family and friends to try out and see if we can do it again. We all had a blast and the kids were kids running and playing it was a great way to relax. I am sharing this with you guys so one because I had so much fun and it was a beautiful place and so close to home. secondly I want you guys to know me a little bit more in the sense of what I like to do besides me reading books and writing reviews.
Here I am trying to take a picture of myself with the lake showing in the back but as you can see the sun was hitting me right in the face so my eyes kind of closed. This was the second day there we took the kids to fish and get wet.
On our last day of camping we got woken up by one of nature’s friend. It was a wonderful experience to see it and be with my family.
As many of you already know Grey is now available for you to purchase and read. I already grabbed my copy and started reading a couple of pages and not bad at all. This book is part of The Fifty Shades Of Grey but in the point of view of Christian Grey. The author did this book for her fans because a lot of them had been asking even myself included. I am very curious to start reading this book and see how Christian thought of Anastasia for the very first time he meet her. I want to know what he thought when Ana asked that question Mr. Grey are you Gay? and find out his reaction and when she had asked him such question. Down below are two links for you to grab your copy enjoy….
Sadie is an adult with very special powers she can sense people’s moods and know what they are going to say before they even say it. Also she is currently single and she starts to have these weird dreams at night where she is transported to another country and meets this hot sexy guy who just looks at her and call her by another name.
However every time she wants to find out she wakes up and is left wondering and day dreaming about this mysterious man. She begins to fall in love with him and she thinks she’s going crazy at the thought how can she fall in love with a man who doesn’t exists.
Sebastian is a vampire and who is looking for his soul mate but he has to go to the other side of the world just to find her and when he does he finds out that she has no idea who she is and he has to be careful to not scare her away.
Let me start by saying this is my first book I read from this author and it won’t be my last either I am ecstatic about this series. The only down side is that it was too short only nine chapters and I was left hanging for more I am glad that when I purchased the first book I also bought the second one. Its been a while now for me since I read this type of books and I am super happy to say that I feel like I just won the jackpot with this series.
The characters for me were very likable and charming. I was very excited to see how the author gave them life and different powers and just the way these two meet did it for me it was intriguing to see where she was going with this story. I was not able to put this book down.
I do want to take this time to recommend it to you if your into the Paranormal Romance genre and even if you’re not I honestly think you will like it. Dreamer is the first book than its Royal Blood down below I will leave you a link if you want to grab a copy.
Fifty Shades Of Grey is the first book of the series but I am pretty sure you already know that. This is my first book for me to read of this author E.L James and it was okay for me really I think there was just too much talk about this book. I really was not planning to read it at first because I just kept hearing so much about it but a good friend started reading them and talking about them to me so I gave in and just read the first book and finished it last night. Over all and besides the sex the book was okay.
I did enjoy everything else about the book the emails between them and the meeting the parents and him surprising her at Georgia while she went off to see her mom and keep distance from him because she would lose control every time she was around him. It was adorable to see how they both feel in love with each other but they were too afraid to admit it to each other. Another favorite for me is when Christian takes her in the morning to fly that moment was very sweet he was finally letting her in into his life and they were having something more that the sex contract that they had.
I was very shocked to read at the end that she says I am done no more and the strong words she uses to tell him. I also loved how she gave everything back to him the laptop, the black berry, the keys of the car and how she asked him for the money of her beetle and he writes her a check. and tells her that her beetle was a classic car and that she got good money for it. That was so good she was taking control and seeing her put her foot down was great. All those things I really liked about the story and for me the sex was not even that big yes they did have a lot of it and I was not surprised one bit. It just got kind of old for me I wanted to read more about the relationship they were going to have and where it was going to end and because the love story does not end there I will be reading the second book and find out how this Vanilla relationship will end will they find a way to be together with all the complicated stuff between them.
Get through a draft as quickly as possible. Hard to know the shape of the thing until you have a draft…when I wrote the last page of my first draft of Lincoln’s Melancholy I thought, Oh, shit, now I get the shape of this. But I had wasted years…writing and re-writing the first third to first half. The old writer’s rule applies: Have the courage to write badly. ~ Joshua Wolf Shenk
I’ve been working on a project that I really like, but can never get past the first section. I have changed the setting a few times, and I try to start again when the scenes all end up being pretty much the same. Basically, I’m stuck in first gear, and I can’t just get through a first draft, then clean up what I want later.
Since I’m usually busy with everything else in life and can no longer…
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