Daith Piercing

I’ve dealt with migraines pretty much since the time I was a mid-teenager, so probably roughly 8 years. These come on anywhere from 3-5 times a week, and the other days are filled with just regular old headaches. I can usually deal with the headaches but the migraines are bad enough they make me feel […]

Continue Reading

Finding Libbie Review

About the Book:  Poring over a dusty hatbox of photographs in her grandmother’s closet, Emily Prentice is shocked to discover her father was married to his high school sweetheart before meeting her mother. In the summer of 1968, Jack and Libbie fall in love under the spell of their small town, untouched by the chaos […]

Continue Reading

The Case of the Cute Phone

A few months ago, I took the plunge and finally moved from being a trac-fone qwerty phone owner to being a republic wireless smart phone owner. (BY THE WAY: best decision ever!)  I purchased a Moto G first generation phone, and I LOVE it!  Along with the phone, I purchased a green/yellow case.  While I […]

Continue Reading

Long Lashes, I Care

  A few weeks ago, I received 3D Fiber Lashes from YouNique. I have tried almost every kind-of mascara to make my lashes look longer, and nothing has really worked. Sure, they make my lashes darker, but they don’t do what I WANT them to do. I wanted something that would make my lashes LONGER, […]

Continue Reading

Fresh Food at Your Doorstep? Yes, please.

Gotta love the cool things you get to review with the Mosaics Review Team!  This is one of those not-so-typical review items that really makes me happy that I’m a blog reviewer! I love items like this – it included YUMMY food, and it was oh-so-easy to review because all I had to do was, […]

Continue Reading

Payback in Panama by Noel Hynd

About the Book: After two attempts on her life, Alex is faced with the ultimate decision . . . kill or be killed. U.S. Treasury Agent Alexandra LaDuca is at a crossroads. Her job is beating her up, emotionally and psychologically. And the moral battle between her faith and her responsibilities is taking its toll […]

Continue Reading

The Dating Games #1

ABOUT THE BOOK:  Five high school friends have one thing in common as they start their sophomore year: none of them have ever been on a “real” date. With homecoming looming, they make a pact and start a secret club they call the DG (Dating Game). They’re sworn to secrecy–and to purity–but the club is […]

Continue Reading