Thursday, April 17, 2014

Letter to Me

Previously posted here on February 16, as part of the Loveathon.

Dear 21 year old new blogger, or Me. Whatever you prefer:
I honestly can't say what is going through your mind with this blog. Sorry to say that that is not going to change.
I'm starting to think we'll never know what goes though our mind when we do anything. If anyone asks; your an artist you don't have to explain yourself.
Hell you don't have to explain yourself period!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Looking Back

This is my favorite part of my blogoversery week, when I look back at some of the things I've written and realize: I'm more than a little crazy.

Like the time I shared that I once discovered Weeping Angels, long before they were on Doctor Who; still trying to find pictures of those statues by the way.
And I also shared my theory on how I believed that I angered a goddess in a past life.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Favorite Tune Ins

Tune In Tuesday

Normally I would have done two posts today, a normal Tune In post and then in honor of my blogoverery this week feature my favorites. But, well, this just saves time. Plus with my internet being as fickle as I am I'd rather not take my chances.

Monday, April 14, 2014

3rd Blogoversery Week Giveaway!


3 is the magic number!
At least it's always been a favorite of mine.
Don't really know why though.

But this is my third attempt at blogging, I didn't hit a good review groove until the third book I received, I also got my first author interview with that book. And I had been blogging for three months when I got my first review request.

Friday, April 11, 2014

The Stargazer - Review

The Stargazer (Arboretti Family, #1)The Stargazer (Arboretti Family #1)  by Michele Jaffe
Published January 7th 2014 by Diversion Books (first published July 1st 1999)
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bianca Salva's love of science has led her to defy the conventions of her day and illicitly practice medicine among the poor of Venice. She's managed to keep her pass time a secret--until she is discovered over the lifeless body of a young courtesan, by the last person she'd ever want to see.
Ian Foscari, Conte d'Aosto, is known for being rich, handsome...and heartless. Finding Bianca over the dead body, he concludes she's the murderer. Yet for reasons he cannot explain, her protests move him. He offers to give her one week to prove her innocence, but she'll have to move into his house and be his prisoner. Her other option: the authorities and certain death.
Bianca has no choice but to agree to his maddening terms. She's furious at having to cede her hard won freedom, and unprepared for the effect of his presence on her, for the longings he awakes in parts of her body she's only studied in books. As Bianca struggles to focus on finding the killer, Ian fights his own battle between the undeniable attraction he feels for her and the painful scars of his past.