Dear MyCamera, Hashtag #IHATEYOU
The great hunt for the camera charger has not yet come to an end! I think I’ve looked everywhere it could exist, and have yet to find a cord that i can hook to my adapter. Its really depressing to lose the DIY part of the blog for the time being, because that was one of the things I was really looking forward to…
Until I actually have the ability to post DIY’s on here though, I will focus my efforts on the reviews portion of the blog! As you guys know, I love to read! Having a kindle Fire has given me the amazing ability to read from a whole knew world of writers that I might never had access to at Barnes & Noble. I read a lot of .99 books on Amazon.com because I love to read, and don’t have a lot of funds to do so. I’ve grown to be very picky on the books that I read, and have found a few genres I enjoy more than most of the others. I’ve always been a fiction kind of girl. I love action, adventure, mystery, and I’m always up for a good love story. The setting and writing style matter much less to me than those elements. The plot is something that must come together, and if it doesn’t, it is likely that I won’t read the second book. There are a list of books I can’t wait to review, and some I dread telling you guys about. I must tell everyone now, I paid for the books will be reviewing, unless they were free on Amazon. I will also say that I am not being paid for my reviews.
These are the books I plan on reviewing here on my blog in the next few weeks, listed in no particular order:
The Zellie Wells Trilogy(Glimpse, Glimmer, Glow) by Stacey Wallace Benefiel; Unbreak Me by Lexi Ryan; The Dark Angel Series(Angel Fire & Angels Stone) by Hanna Peach; The Stark Trilogy(Release Me, Claim Me, Complete me) by J. Kenner; The Mageri Series(Sterling, Twist,Impulse, & Gravity) by Dannika Dark; A Job From Hell by Jade Scott; The Crescent Chronicles(Flight & Focus) by Alyssa rose Ivy; and The Insight Series by Jamie Magee
Start looking for them this week!
If a book is well written, I always find it too short- Jane Austen