Monthly Archives: November 2012

Blindsided Blog Tour — Win a Copy of the Book!

As some of you may have seen before, I absolutely adore the writing of Kyra Lennon. When I first read her book, “Game On”, I was amazed at how captivating it was. I read chapter after chapter and always had new questions in my head. I played out different scenarios, and even may have had a little crush on the pompous ass himself, Radleigh! (Don’t judge me!) I have the pleasure of knowing and working with Ms. Lennon. She is a doll and a very, very talented writer.

Now, you may be wondering how to win a free paperback copy. Well, all you have to do is leave me a comment here and I will draw a random winner on December 7th. How exciting is that? Here is some more info about the book and Kyra. Enjoy!

Blindsided Synopsis:
After a successful first soccer season in L.A, Jesse Shaw heads to London with his best buddy, Hunter, but his world is turned upside down when a dangerous prank threatens his career and his blossoming relationship with Hunter’s cousin, Isabelle.

Isabelle Mills lives in Notting Hill with her parents and her twin sister, Georgia. When she finds out her cousin is coming to stay, along with his famous soccer player friend, her first instinct is to hibernate until they’ve gone. However, once she meets Jesse, everything changes. He’s everything she ever wanted, but with so many obstacles in their path, can she really risk putting her heart on the line?

Author Bio:
Kyra Lennon was born on the South coast of England, and to this day, still lives by the sea. After years spent working in retail, where she met enough versatile characters to write hundreds of books, she finally took the plunge and quit her day job. Kyra’s debut novel, Game On, was released in July 2012. While fiction writing has always been her passion, she also has numerous articles on a variety of topics published on prolific websites.

You can look her up here:

Buy Links: 
Kyra Lennon on Amazon.com
Kyra Lennon on Amazon.co.uk

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Kyra Lennon
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Let me know what you think of the books, and why you want to win a copy of “Blindsided”!

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“Revenge” Sparks More Questions

I must say I am incredibly impressed with the new season of “Revenge.” I wasn’t sure how well I would like it on Sunday nights, but this slot is better for me that the previous one on Wednesday nights. I had no idea just how clever Mason Treadwell is, or how ridiculously stupid either. Does he really believe Emily will be back to confess and let him write a book? Seriously delusional on his part, but at least it keeps him away from messing with Emily’s plans.

I am waiting for Jack and Amanda to be done. I dislike her so much!!! I want Jack to be with Emily, especially because she deserves a small piece of happiness. Maybe that is all part of Emily’s master plan. Not really sure about Nolan dating this chick– what’s her name? Padma? Something like that. Anyway, I really like the whole Nolan is gay story line, and this sort of ruined it for me.

I am interested to see how Daniel will do as head of Grayson Global. My guess? He will fail.

Still not sure what or who those people are that Conrad and Victoria refer to, but they must be important….

Thoughts on the new season??

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Has “American Horror Story” gone too far?

After trying hard to get into the new season, I am really turned off. The entire story line is whacked out, and the characters are not very identifiable. We saw that Adam Levine’s character was killed by two idiots in the asylum, not by the actual “bloody face.” Although, he did make an appearance once the two guys pulled off their masks. It is also safe to say that his arm was ripped off by something or someone other than the two guys. Still not sure why this part was the opening or important though.

Now, I know that the “demon” was sucked into the character Lily Rabe plays, but really? This is a little excessive with the demon and devil stuff. I don’t like her as “evil” and wish she was back to being innocent.

What the hell is up with the doctor? You get your legs amputated for laughing at his small penis? It is a bit twisted and gone a little too far. From what I understand in the next episode she has her legs back, but damn.

It seems like this season is all about shock factor, and I am not okay with it. There needs to be a story line we can follow. As of now, I am unimpressed and disappointed beyond belief.

What are your thoughts about this season and the characters?

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