by Jen Sincero **** I can't wait to dig in about this book. It was a high up. low low and somewhere in the middle yet forever exciting kinda book. Read on. Book Bio: Jen Sincero, serves up 27 bite-sized chapters full of hilariously inspiring stories, sage advice, easy exercises, and the occasional swear word. … Continue reading You are a badass
"Honey!! Can you make me some popcorn?" he yelled from the living room. God I hate his voice. Whispering I am not your maid, doesn't come out loud enough, but gives me enough patience to get up from the table I just cleaned and place a bag of popcorn in the microwave. Seriously it's just … Continue reading Popcorn Please!
'What's wrong?' 'I don't feel good?' 'Is everything ok? Why are you upset?' 'I am not upset, my mood isn't all happy. That's it. Nothing to be worried about. I am just hungry, I'll be fine if I eat' He is always so worried about me. I was fine all through the movie and once … Continue reading A Look Through
What She Knew Gilly Macmillan ** That is how less I've enjoyed this book. I've been so much into Dublin Murder Squad Series recently, that this book popped up as a suggestion. This was pretty much in the style of Good Girl by Mary Kubica but do not expect it to be nearly as exciting. … Continue reading What She Knew, was nothing.
"What was your happiest moment? What was your unhappiest?" he read off the paper. "Seriously? you wanna start with such a simple yet stupid question?" she asked wishing he'd skip that. "No I wanna know, as simple as it may be, I wanna know," he said folding his arms waiting for her to answer. "Ok, … Continue reading A diamond that didn’t Shine
Confrontation was never one of my assets and it never will be. Why talk about it when everyone else is okay with you just letting it slide, right? It's easier left alone than to find a point of it all. Many a times it's really a simple adjustment, a breif pause within that high peaks … Continue reading Devoured by Anger
To be in your arms, she thought to herself, is a blessing I'll never take for granted. He curls into her more, pulling her by the waist, crossing his legs a little more tighter, breathing in her scent with his face buried in her neck. "I can't stop kissing you!" she whispers softly, placing her … Continue reading Curling into love
The loud thud of the door slamming against the wall couldn't distract her gaze deep into nothing. "What is wrong with you?" he said blocking her gaze, didn't made her blink. "That is your daughter, crying in the other room. How can you be sitting here doing nothing?" he demanded an answer. She sat there … Continue reading Mother picks a lie
There are many ways a writer makes it a point to sharpen his skills on a regular basis. That ritual soon turns into a habit making it easier to write yet push a writer enough to challenge oneself. For those who already have this ritual planted deep into their schedule will very brightly share it … Continue reading 3 Page Misery
'Someone left a window open' pulling her feet out of sheets, she sighed. 'I deliberately told them not to leave it open' she complained walking towards the balcony, feeling the breeze frolicking her cheek on left. The colored flashing of far away fireworks on her freshly bleached floor, creating an art of itself did nothing … Continue reading Sublime