via Daily Prompt: Confess
So in honor of the prompt, I think that I will make a series of confessions to you my fellow bloggers. So here it goes… I am feeling totally overwhelmed and overly stressed out. I am thinking I am going through Christmas Let Down at this moment. I haven’t been sleeping well, I am feeling sad, I worry about every little thing, I am struggling with what books to review and what to post on. I am totally overwhelmed in my life right now. So now I am going to make another confession; I have Aspergers ( a high functioning form of Autism). I love routine and I hate it being disrupted especially around Christmas time. I love my family but having everyone there is like sensory overload. It’s especially difficult when you can pick up every emotion in a room. I struggle everyday with where do I belong; some days I just don’t want to get out of bed. I wish I had finished University or got a degree in something. It’s one of the biggest regrets that I have in my life. I know what you are going to say, “You could always go back”, however much I want to go back I am unable to at this point. I love my boyfriend. I see a future with him; but I haven’t told him yet. I am scared that if I tell him how I really feel, I will be rejected by him not loving me back. I am scared of getting hurt yet again so I am patiently waiting for him to tell me.
So readers these are my confessions, so I challenge you to do something that scares you today. I know I will be.
Good Morning readers,
I am an avid reader, so today I decided to write about the books that I have read in 2017. Now there have been a lot of books that I have read; but I am going to give you my top twenty books/ series that I have read this year . FYI: These books/ series are in no particular order.
- An Ultimate Novel series by Lori Foster.
- The Hart Family series by Ella Fox
- The Renegade Saints series by Ella Fox
- Enemies and Playmates by Darcia Helle
- Royals of Valleria Series by Marianne Knightly
- Sweet Sinful Nights by Lauren Blakely
- Significance Series by Shelly Crane
- The Tycoon’s Revenge by Melody Anne
- Lovers and Strangers by Candace Schuler
- The Family Simon series by Juliana Stone
- The Monuments Men by Robert Edsel
- The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
- Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
- Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- Under the Dome by Stephen King
- The Client by John Grisham
- Atonement Child by Francine Rivers
- The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
- The People Vs Alex Cross by James Patterson
Now readers, if you have any books that you would like me to read or review in the coming year leave me a comment below.
So in my house every Christmas we have certain traditions that we follow. On Christmas eve we have an appetizer supper, go to Church, and when we come home we read the Christmas story from the bible, watch movies and then go to bed. As kids we were allowed to stay up as late as wanted; since it meant that Mom could sleep in. Now I have found that I still enjoy those same traditions that I did as a kid. As adults do we bring them in because we like them or do we do it because we think it is expected of us to hold onto? My question to you my readers is, what traditions have you brought with you into your life as an adult that you like to follow and what traditions would you like to give up?
So today there was a debate going on between my family about whether or not to buy a KIndle? Is it better than the traditional book? For me it doesn’t matter so much as I love both. I love the feel and the smell of a book. You can find many treasures at a used book store that you might not be able to find anywhere else. Now in the eReader’s defense it is convenient to have so many different books at your fingertips; and you can find a new author that you like who publishes strictly online. I have found many new wonderful authors on my Kindle who I enjoy their work.
So you tell me, which do you prefer the paperback book or an E Reader? It may help to curb an argument.
I love Christmas, it is my favorite holiday of they year. It stands to reason that these are my favorite books as well. I love how magical the time is and what it represents in a world where there is not a lot to be happy about. I am going to give you my top Christmas book recommendations for my favorite Christmas books.
- A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
- The Grinch Who Stole Christmas by Dr Seuss
- Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg
- Christmas At The Castle by Melissa McClone
- Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
- The Doctor’s Christmas Proposal by Eve Gaddy
- The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding by Agatha Christie
- A Visit From St Nicholas by Clement Clarke Moore
- All I Want For Christmas By Jennifer Gracen
- Yule Be Mine by Lori Foster
So if anyone out there has any Favorites on the list let me know; I am always open to reading other Christmas books.
Hey fellow readers,
Since I am new to blogging I realized that my first post that I posted did not contain the link that was needed. I am realizing how I felt the first time I posted, I honestly expected to have no one read my first blog(to be honest). So it was kind of exciting to hit that publish button. Is it just me or is that the best part of the process; the feeling of accomplishment after a blog is posted? I am sitting here at work reading my books, taking notes, and its hard to find a book or an author to critique. Does anyone else struggle with the what do I post or how do I decide on what to write? If anyone else has suggestions let me know. I am available to all forms of criticism and feedback .
Let me know what you think of my original post.
Hi to all the readers out there. My name is Janine; this seems wierd to be writing about myself, I hope that this will get easier over time. I am an avid reader, it is my passion and I cannot get through the day without reading a book. I can read anything from classic literature to steamy trashy romances. For me books can shape ideas and help you discover yourself. Books can sweep you away on an adventure or take you to a time gone by. They can help inspire ideas to change the world in way of technology. For this blog, I would like to connect with other readers, authors, editors and publishers. After one year of successful blogging I hope that I can make this my new career.
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