Book Review: ‘Seeking Sarah’ by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Release date: August 15th 2017 Publisher: Gallery Books Purchase: Amazon Rating: 3/5 Synopsis via Goodreads: From the national bestselling and award-winning ReShonda Tate Billingsley comes this gripping and emotional exploration of the complex bond between mother and daughter.  From the time Brooke Green was seven years old, she has lived with the pain of losing her mother. Her father has done the best job he could in raising her, … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Seeking Sarah’ by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Blog Tour Stop: Missy Salick on ‘Claiming Jeremiah’

Hi there! Welcome to EY’s stop on Missy Salick’s Claiming Jeremiah blog tour, hosted by Itching for Books. The author has stopped by to provide her inspiration behind the emotional story. Check it out below: What contributed to your decision in writing the story and what do you hope readers will take from it?  My personal experience of fostering my son was the inspiration and … Continue reading Blog Tour Stop: Missy Salick on ‘Claiming Jeremiah’

Book Review: The Partner Track by Helen Wan

Release date: September 17th 2013 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Purchase: Amazon Synopsis via Goodreads: A young attorney must choose between the prestige of partnership and the American Dream that she—and her immigrant parents—have come so close to achieving in this riveting debut  In the eyes of her corporate law firm, Ingrid Yung is a “two-fer.” As a Chinese-American woman about to be ushered into the elite rank of partner, … Continue reading Book Review: The Partner Track by Helen Wan

Book Review: ‘Fallen Too Far’ by Abbi Glines

Series: Too Far #1 Release date: December 14th 2012 Purchase: Amazon Synopsis via Goodreads: To want what you’re not supposed to have…   She is only nineteen.   She is his new stepfather’s daughter.    She is still naïve and innocent due to spending the last three years taking care of her sick mother.    But for twenty-four year old Rush Finlay, she is the only thing that has … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Fallen Too Far’ by Abbi Glines

Best Speech Ever: “I gotta go. Bye.”

I almost got up from before the television as I decided to give the Emmys a try but after Merritt Weaver‘s win I couldn’t stop laughing. Wow! is she okay? Who gets up after winning an award and says, “I gotta go. Bye.” That’s the best speech ever. Congratulations Merritt on your win. For those who have no idea who she is, Wever plays Zoey … Continue reading Best Speech Ever: “I gotta go. Bye.”

You Should Read: ‘Honeysuckle and Jasmine’ by Liz Grace Davis

Release date: September 30th 2013 Synopsis via Goodreads: The past is never far behind.   Senia Loato’s life has been needled by disappointment, and the wounds that fester go beyond skin deep. She is certain if she puts miles between her and her tainted past, she will somehow outrun it. When she’s offered the chance to leave her island home of Mintang to become an au pair … Continue reading You Should Read: ‘Honeysuckle and Jasmine’ by Liz Grace Davis

Book Review: ‘The Dirty Secrets of Markham Savoy’ by C.C. Dalton

Series: Colebrook Academy #1 Release date: August 6th 2013 Publisher: Twist Literary Purchase: Amazon Rating: 5 out of 5 Synopsis via Goodreads: Markham Savoy is Colebrook Academy’s most infamous student… He’s also the most attractive, most deviant, and most charming, but who’s counting? Every Colebrook matriculant knows that Markham is in the business of making problems disappear. And Colebrook students have no shortage of problems. But his aid comes at … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Dirty Secrets of Markham Savoy’ by C.C. Dalton

[EXCLUSIVE] Interview with Author L. Divine

Recently I was browsing around Amazon and came across a rather interesting series. The description immediately grabbed my attention, not mainly for the drama involved, but the story behind its creation. Author L. Divine is the mastermind behind the ongoing series, Drama High. She hopes to enhance literacy among teens, and with her young adult series she’s aiming at not only giving them something interesting … Continue reading [EXCLUSIVE] Interview with Author L. Divine

Book Trailers That Matter: “Taken” by Erin Bowman

I don’t normally watch trailers for books, more like for movies only. But while I was browsing around Youtube for something worthy of my eyesight, I stumbled upon Erin Bowman’s Taken. Check out the exciting book trailer that managed to steal my attention with not people but special effects and dramatic sounds: Get your copy of Taken when it comes out on April 16th.    … Continue reading Book Trailers That Matter: “Taken” by Erin Bowman

‘SCANDAL’ Premiers Tonight, Will You Watch?

Just to re-cap, ‘SCANDAL‘ is  a new ABC series starring Kerry Washington, Columbus Short, and a bunch of other people. The drama focuses on a team of highly qualified fixers consultants who basically take care of any political controversies. I like the storyline and it does seem like an interesting show, but Kerry has never really wowed me with her acting. I’m only excited for her because finally she can be seen somewhere else instead of all these red carpet events. I mean, for a second I was beginning to wonder what her occupation was again. Anyways, check out the trailer once more below and be sure to share your opinion on the show. Remember, it premiers tonight at 10 on ABC.  Continue reading “‘SCANDAL’ Premiers Tonight, Will You Watch?”

“I love you, but you’re a lunachic”

I’ve noticed that in today’s society, most men tend to get involved with crazy women. Why is that so? Is it that they like all the drama of these “lunachics”? I think so. Maybe they’re trying to feed the male ego by dating these kind of girls; they often depict themselves as the hero, saving a damsel in distress, or someone to “fix” things. Note to the men doing this kind of thing, a relationship is not a house.

I think it also has something to do with the fact that men want a crazy chick in bed. So they’re probably thinking, if she’s crazy day-to-day then she must be in bed also. Some guys are looking for that adrenaline. Having a crazy girlfriend can bring lots of drama but somehow it makes them feel excited and alive. She’s bringing the “party” into his dull and boring life. Interesting!

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Freida Pinto is ‘Miral’!

Miral‘ is a drama directed by Julian Schnabel (Academy nominated ‘Before Night Falls‘) which is based on a Palestinian orphan girl of the same name. Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) takes on the role of a 17 year old girl assigned to teach at a refugee camp, and becomes awakened by the struggles of her people. She then finds herself drawn into the conflict after falling for a political activist.

The film is set for release on March 25, 2011 in the US.  See the trailer below: Continue reading “Freida Pinto is ‘Miral’!”