I can't believe it's fantasy suite night already. I feel like we're not there yet... Is this season just slow or am I too easily bored these days? hahaha
If you leave me a voicemail saying that you have a question, but don't tell me what that question is, don't expect a quick call back.
(To be fair, I just turned it on, but red carpet is over and I haven't seen any of the movies, so my time here is done. The GMA recap should be sufficient for me.)
Wall oven or all-in-one range? I'm guessing it's a personal preference, but let me know if you have any strong opinions/pros/cons.
When we first met Kimberly Long in Blogger Girl, she was waist-deep in drama. Work drama, boyfriend drama, old friend drama, new friend drama...drama, drama, drama! All seemed to end well for Kimmie, but attempting to transition from book reviewer to book author comes with its own set of issues.
Novelista Girl, book two of the Blogger Girl series, follows Kim as she navigates the waters of pitching publishing agents, living with a boyfriend, a new friendship with an old enemy, and other equally-terrifying tasks!
I'm usually my own spoiler when it comes to Rom-Com movies and books, but I did not see this kind of ending coming. [SLIGHT SPOILER] Although my style is usually a little more "every day" / little less "grand gesture", the big reveal here definitely had a modern twist.
Again, I love the relationship dynamics that Meredith builds into her characters. There's nothing manufactured about these people; they're not chick-lit stereotypes, they're much more real. We get enough of a backstory here that Novelista Girl could easily be read on its own, but not so much that it's repetitive if you've already read Blogger Girl.
I can't wait for the next book so I can find out more about Kim...and whichever friends, guys, and novels have made it this far!
Novelista Girl was written by Meredith Schorr, published by Booktrope, January 2016
This is my whole life.
I've had similarities to her before, but this is the truest of them all.
Just got an update from Kids Bowl Free-- 2016 registration is opening soon. Spring is coming! I can smell it!
What's the best way to sell Legos?
By the set, full assembled (so they know all the pieces are there)?
By the set, disassembled in a bag/box?
Loose by size/color?
DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, Victoria's Secret, and Bath & Body Works all sent birthday treats! (If you're not on their mailing lists, you should be. They're all great coupon companies, and aren't spammy!)
That's my newest Ebates check in the background-- if you're not a member, join now!
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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