The Lost Girl of Astor Street by Stephanie Morrill Genre: historical, mystery, young adult, YA Publisher: Blink Date: February 7, 2017 Eighteen-year-old Piper Sail is well aware that she doesn’t necessarily fit in with the rest of the girls her age. She’s not interested in finding a husband and there’s […]

Review: The Lost Girl of Astor Street


I See You by Clare Mackintosh Genre: suspense, mystery, thriller, contemporary Publisher: Berkely Date: February 21, 2017 Like millions of people around the world, Zoe Walker rides mass transit to and from work every day. The reality is that nothing about her really stands out from the crowd. If you […]

Review: I See You


Hello everyone! Are you all still here? It’s been a bit quiet on my end of things and I apologize for that. For those who don’t know, I spent some time in the hospital at the beginning of February and ended up having two emergency surgeries. So that’s put me […]

Subscription Box Review: Harrison Blake Apparel



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Unless you have been under a rock, you’ve likely heard about the movie, The Shack. Open confession here: I haven’t read the book. That usually makes most people gasp and freak out when I say it. I read books professionally, so it’s just assumed that I read this one. When […]

My Thoughts on The Shack


A few years ago, I learned a tremendous amount about prepping meals ahead of time and freezing them. It really saved me a lot of time and money. When I get a job, we tend to eat out because it’s harder to keep up when I’m so busy. So having […]

Anyone interested in recipes?


As many of you know, I work in the entertainment industry. For about 12 years, I’ve been blessed to work with everything from television networks to small indie films and box office powerhouses. I don’t claim to know everything,  understand everything or even come close to being at the level […]

Some thoughts on the #Oscars…