About a month back, I got a curious mail from this sweet human Ryan (from the Invaluable.com fame) with an interesting request to create a blog post about my dream collection of books and me being the lover of books that I am – I couldn’t help but say yes 😀
All I can hope now is that Ryan forgives me for the lateness of this blog post and you, my lovely fellow readers give me your recommendations after reading this post 😉
Also, do not forget to check out Invaluable.com – the world’s premier online auction marketplace – for I have spent countless hours drooling over the vast collection of items that they have up for bid, including collectibles and rare books – now if only I had the money to bid on those droolworthy maps, I would be a happy camper 😀
Enjoy your visit lovelies ❤ Continue reading A Reader’s Dream: My ‘Invaluable’ Collection
Life can suck…
When reality becomes overwhelming, seeking comfort in fictional fantasies keeps hope alive. And while this escape may be a little delusional, it’s also therapeutic.
Sharing secrets is daunting, but virtual friends don’t often judge and they are always ready to share a glass of wine…or three…while typing out life’s latest endeavors.
Brooke believes obstacles only add to romance, not detract. Rachael longs for a more intense relationship, or so she thinks. Lizzie misses the excitement in her life, but sometimes new situations find you when you’re not even looking. And Jess believes a tiger can change his stripes. It can’t.
Bound by a shared passion for blogging about happily ever afters, these four young women use keyboard therapy to work through their expectations, anxieties, and inadequacies, all with the hopes of achieving the perfection found in romance novels.
Completely blinded by what they think life should be, they navigate their unique paths in search of what they envision is right. But when reality taunts them with persistent curve balls, will they be strong enough to choose wisely? Or will their happy endings escape them?
Continue reading ARC Review: Books, Blogs, and Reality by Ryan Ringbloom