Reader's Rants

Reader’s Rants: I tried to write a review and ended up advocating for Romance Novels

Romance novels are the dirty little secret, and have been since their first circulation. The stigma that has been cast on it since the very beginning has morphed, however; into a completely different view altogether. There is a huge difference between Romance, and Erotica (Yes Mom, I know words.  No, I do not read this.… Continue reading Reader’s Rants: I tried to write a review and ended up advocating for Romance Novels

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Reader's Rants

Reader’s Rants: Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco

Oh. My. Goodness.  Words are forming faster than my fingers can even type. It has been a very long time since I have even picked up a book, and to finally be able to write about one again is amazing; and it just so happens that the book I picked up was a thrill. A… Continue reading Reader’s Rants: Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco

Reader's Rants

Reader’s Rants: No Good Deed by Kara Connolly

This book, was genius. Truth is, at the time I read this book I had just finished a series, and we all know how messed up our hearts are when that happens. It becomes so hard to trust another author again. You have to learn another writing style. A different humor. A different story. So… Continue reading Reader’s Rants: No Good Deed by Kara Connolly

Coping it up

Coping it up: A little safety net(flix)

Sometimes I crack myself up. Safety net. Net-flix. Get it? Anyway. Sometimes the best way to beat the predictable actions that anxiety takes on out on our poor helpless brains....is to be predictable ourselves! I am a creature of habit. I will eat the same foods over and over again, wear the same 5 things… Continue reading Coping it up: A little safety net(flix)

Coping it up

Coping it up: the power of word search!

When I went in for my first therapy appointment my main topic of question was, "why aren't my normal coping skills for my anxiety working?" We analyzed them and it was found that I was doing everything right. My anxiety just decided to adapt. It morphed around the antibiotics - if you will. I was… Continue reading Coping it up: the power of word search!