Thursday, June 25, 2015

Cover reveal: Into the Mist Moonseed Trilogy Book 3 Judith Ingram

Into the Mist
Moonseed Trilogy
Book 3
Judith Ingram

Genre:  paranormal romance

Publisher: Vinspire Publishing, LLC
Date of Publication: July 30, 2015

Number of pages: 
Word Count:  91,500

Cover Artist:  Elaina Lee/
For the Muse Designs

Book Description: 

For the past six months, time-traveler Victoria Ashton has been living life as Katherine Kamarov on a ranch in rural California, circa 1890. A contrast to Katherine’s brash personality, shy and gentle Victoria has won the hearts of Katherine’s family and particularly her cousin Michael. Despite her deepening love for Michael, she has rejected his offer of marriage and sent him away, knowing that she must return to her own time on the night of the new spring moon.

In this third and final book of the series, sinister forces threaten Victoria’s new family, her property, and even her life, testing her for courage and ingenuity. A confident new self emerges, and when Michael unexpectedly walks back into her life, she questions whether she must remain a victim of fate or can find a way to determine her own future.

Meanwhile, Katherine has been living a parallel year of exchange in Victoria’s modern-day life, married to the handsome but remote Ryan Ashton. Hardened by her past, Katherine nevertheless falls for Ryan and, like Victoria, begins to search for a way to defy fate and keep the life she has come to cherish.

As the night of the new spring moon approaches, both women must search their hearts to discover how to hold onto what matters most, even if they should be forced back through the barrier of time.

About the Author:

Judith Ingram weaves together her love of romance and mystery as well as her training as a counselor to create stories and characters for her novels. She is also the author of a Christian guide to forgiving and posts weekly devotionals on the role of forgiveness in healing relationships. She lives with her husband in the San Francisco East Bay and makes frequent trips to beautiful Sonoma County, where many of her fiction characters reside. She confesses a love for chocolate, cheesecake, romantic suspense novels, movies that require three hankies, and all things feline.

Website, blog and free weekly devotional:

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Soluna Naturals Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Softgels

For years I have heard people sing the praises of Coconut oil. It is a miracle cure for just about everything I think. Now I am a skeptic, I have to try it to believe it. I have only been taking these about a week so no real miracles yet. But I can say that my stomach has actually improved somewhat, I have horrible digestive problems. Can't wait for the memory miracle to kick in.
 There 120 pills in the bottle which is a 60 day supply. They are 100% pure extra virgin coconut oil. Soluna Naturals Coconut Oil Contains No Artificial Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives. This Product Is Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Wheat Free, Soy Free, and Preservative Free. They are soft gel pills and easy to swallow.
I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.

Kuuk Silicone Ice Cube Tray (Twin Pack)

Let me start with I LOVE SILICONE!! It is the best thing since sliced bread to me. It is so easy to clean, and is extremely versatile. This is sold as an ice tray , but you can also bake brownies in it.  I personally am using it as an ice tray. I love the 1 x 1 inch cubes. you can make 15 ice cubes in each tray. I have a set of the 2 x 2 inch trays and they are nice but a little big for a lot of my glasses, this size works great. They are also stackable while freezing. The are easy to pop out of the tray and unlike the plastic tray do not crack and break after just a few times of using them. These are dishwasher safe. Besides freezer safe of course they are also oven and microwave safe.
I have other products by Kuuk and love them all. The are great quality items,and everyone has preformed perfectly.
I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.

Kuuk Digital Kitchen Meat Thermometer

Very nice thermometer, it is adjustable which is awesome no more hold your hand over a hot pan. It has a easy to read digital screen to make reading the temperature easy. It has an off and on switch for when you are not using it, but it also has a automatic shut off. The probe folds up against the handle for easy storage and it also keeps it safe from breaking. Can't tell how you many of these I have broken the probes on with them sticking out. I love the 4 second read time, gets your hand away from heat or cold fast. It works for both hot and cold temperatures from -58ºF to +572ºF. You can also switch between celsius and fahrenheit. And I love the color
I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.

Kitchen Monster Pizza Cutter

Very nice pizza cutter. It has a large 3 inch stainless steel blade, which I really like, I am not a thin pizza fan. It has a non slip ergonomic handle that is about a inch or more thick. It has a plastic see through thumb guard so you don't slice your thumb and ruin your pizza. The bade is really sharp for getting through your fixings and the crust. You can also use it to cut dough and fresh herbs. It is dishwasher safe.
I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.

TSA Lock, by: Alaska Bear®

So I don't travel weekly but my husband and I do go on vacations, and a lot of weekend getaways. So I wanted a lock for our suitcases. I was asked to try this lock in exchange for my honest opinion and since I really wanted one anyway I went for it.
There are several great features to this lock.
First you get to set your own 3 digit combination, which is awesome since I have enough numbers and codes to remember in my job and daily life, it will make it so much easier to not have to add another code to my list.
Next is made of a zinc alloy so will probably outlast me
It is TSA approved, and has a Red Pole Alert, now I personally had no clue what all that meant when I purchased the lock, but now I do. TSA has a special tool to open approved locks so if they decide they want to riffle through your stuff they see the diamond on the lock, pull out their tool which safely opens instead of breaking your lock and leaving your suitcase unprotected. The red pole alert means, there is a small red pole in the lock and when it is opened by TSA's tool a red bar sticks up letting you know TSA picked you to riffle through your stuff, so You can check your bag and make sure everything is still inside. Only when your 3 digit code is put into the lock after the bar has been activated will it slide back into the lock.

EXILE: Part 3 of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire Review

Book Details:

Book Title:  EXILE:  Book 3 of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire by Sally Ann Melia
Category:  YA Fiction, 164 pages
Genre:  Science-fiction and Fantasy
Publisher:  Dickson House
Release date:  June 14, 2015
Available for review in:  print and ebook (ePub, mobi for Kindle and PDF)
Will send books: Internationally
Tour dates:  June 22 to July 17, 2015
Content Rating: PG

Book Description:

13-year-old Teodor has found a way to escape from kidnap, how long before he is safely home?

13-year-old Guy Erma has run away from everything he has even known and no longer knows what the future holds.

They escaped through dark tunnels and back alleys but they also discovered a hidden terror that now threatens their entire planet.

Two boys as different as two boys might be.  Their adventure has forged an unexpected friendship, but do they really trust each other?

Dare they share their darkest, deepest secrets?

Meet the Author:

The author was born in Wallasey, England, in 1964, and moved to the South of France when she was eleven. She spent her teenage years living in the cosmopolitan city state of Monaco and became immersed in its many languages and cultures. An English girl in a French school, for three hours each week she would sit at the back of the class as her colleagues learnt English. To pass the time, she wrote stories. This led to a lifetime of writing novels, scripts, stories and articles.

In her working life, Sally writes marketing communications and manages large international websites.

In 2010, Sally joined the Hogs Back Writers, a club located on the outskirts of Guildford, and she set about turning an old manuscript into this novel: Guy Erma and the Son of Empire. Sally currently lives in Farnham, and she is married with two children.
Connect with Sally:  Website  ~  Facebook  ~  Twitter  ~  Pinterest

My Review:
  Exile is book 3 of the Guy Erma and the Son of Empire Series by Sally Ann Melia. This series is not a stand alone series. In order for this book to make a really great story for you, you must read book 1 - Kidnap and book 2 - Hunter. In Book one you meet all the characters, in book 2 the story really heats up and now we are in book 3. 
  The story is about Teodor who is Heir to the throne of Freyne, who has been kidnapped. And Guy Erma who is the son of a fashion model, his father is unknown, and his birth unregistered, so basically a street kid. Both boys are 13.  Teodor and Guy are total opposites, They become friends, even though thy don't know whether to trust one another or not. Teodor is trying to get home and back to his life and Guy is trying to run away and find a new life.  Will they make?
   The worst part about the book is having to wait until book 4 comes out. There are some amazing pictures in the books, they are well worth looking at. 
  This series of books is aimed at Young adults, it is a science fiction story / adventure. Sally has done a wonderful job with this series. Each book starts where the previous book leaves off. There is an appendix at the back of the book that will help you follow the characters and places better.