Friendly Fill Ins Week 60

Learning about each other and making friends is what this is all about!
1. My next _______________ will be ___________________.

2. Fireworks ___________________.

3. This week, I am thankful . 
4. Freedom .

Here are my answers:

1) My next vacation will be a family wedding.

2) Fireworks are awesome!!!!

3) This week, I am thankful that I am surrounded by positive people.

4) Freedom is worth fighting for.

Audiobook Review: Blood Divine

Author: Greg Howard Narrator: Gary Furlong Length: 9 hours 6 minutes Publisher: Anakim Press Released: Aug. 1, 2017 Genre: Paranormal
Cooper Causey spent a lifetime eluding the demons of his youth and suppressing the destructive power inside him. But a disconcerting voicemail lures Cooper back home to the coast of South Carolina and to Warfield, the deserted plantation where his darkness first awakened. While searching for his missing grandmother, Cooper uncovers the truth about his ancestry and becomes a pawn in an ancient war between two supernatural races. In order to protect the only man he's ever loved, Cooper must embrace the dark power threatening to consume him, and choose sides in a deadly war between the righteous and the fallen.

Greg Howard grew up near the coast of South Carolina, or as he fondly refers to it, “the armpit of the American South.” His hometown of Georgetown, South Carolina is known as the “Ghost Capital of the South,” (seriously…there’s a sign), and was …

Rapid Fire Book Tag

I stumbled across this tag at Maggie's blog, The Caramel Files. It's called The Rapid Fire Book Tag.  I love a good tag, so much fun. 
1) E-book or Physical Book? I enjoy reading whatever it at my disposal but mostly physical books. 

2) Paperback or Hardback?
I love a good paperback.
3) Online or In-Store Book Shopping?
In-store for sure, I love to browse and feel my books.
4) Trilogies or Series?
I love a good series.
5) Heroes or Villains?
I love a good Villian.
6) A Book I Want Everyone to Read
Call of the Wild by Jack London
7) Recommend an Underrated Book
Animal Farm by George Orwell
8) The Last Book I Finished
Stardust by Neil Gaiman
9) The Last Book I Bought
I bought Cat a Barbie book yesterday, I do not know the name.
10) Weirdest Thing I've Used As a Bookmark
11) Used Books - Yes or

Audiobook Review: Corruption

Author: Adam Vine Narrator: Kevin Meyer Series: Corruption Cycle, Book One Length: 13 hours 57 minutes Publisher: Lilydog Books Released: July 18, 2017 Genre: Dark Fantasy
A dishonored swordsman running from his past.

A city shrouded in dark magic.

An antihero born.

Daniel Harper was champion, until a single mistake destroyed his fencing career forever. With nothing left to lose, he flees to Eastern Europe, where he can start over... where he can be someone else.

In the exotic, lantern-lit crevices of a nameless city, Daniel meets two people who open very different kinds of doors than the ones he is searching for: the troubled flower girl Kashka, who holds the key to a nightmarish otherworld; and the enigmatic street magician and self-professed love tourist Ink, who has the power to bend others to his will.

As Daniel plummets into a downward spiral of hedonism and dereliction, he is tormented by macabre visions of a frozen world in endless darkness where an evil tyrant has stolen the…

Postcards United: September 18, 2017

I joined a new postcard trading site and this is the first card that I have received.  It came all the way from Australia.  A beautiful card and the back was full of stamps including a storm trooper one that I just love.  

Friendly Fill Ins: Week 66

Hi everyone! Time for Friendly Fill-Ins. Be sure to add your link at McGuffy's Reader. 1. Blind dates _______________.
2. _______________years ago, I _______________________. 3. I admire  because                             . 4.  makes me think                              .

My answers:

1) Blind dates seem amusing but I have never been on one and probably never will at this point. 

2) Six and a half years ago, I went for coffee with this guy who was mildly interesting....

3) I admire my coworker because she is always positive no matter what the situation.

4) Rain makes me think of my first kiss.

Library Book Review: Blueberry Girl

This is a prayer for a blueberry girl . . . 

A much-loved baby grows into a young woman: brave, adventurous, and lucky. Exploring, traveling, bathed in sunshine, surrounded by the wonders of the world. What every new parent or parent-to-be dreams of for her child, what every girl dreams of for herself.
Let me go places that we've never been, trust and delight in her youth. 

Nationally bestselling author Neil Gaiman wrote Blueberry Girl for a friend who was about to become the mother of a little girl. Here, he and beloved illustrator Charles Vess turn this deeply personal wish for a new daughter into a book that celebrates the glory of growing up: a perfect gift for girls embarking on all the journeys of life, for their parents, and for everyone who loves them.
Give her all these and a little bit more, gifts for a blueberry girl. 

Cat picked this booked out at the library and even after reading it twice she felt no real love for it.  Apparently, Gaiman is an acquired tas…