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About the book:
Nichole is ready to accept vampire life after a long traumatic year. Nate is gone and while she has nothing to fear, life couldn’t be more complicated. As her friends blend in with humans effortlessly, Nichole realizes that, for her, straddling the fence between vampire and human isn’t as easy. Her relationships with her friends become complex as she is drawn more and more to her vampire desires, making her more dangerous and less stable.
Struggling with her feelings for a human, Nichole tries to distance herself despite the enigmatic pull she feels towards him. To complicate things more, a handsome stranger enters her life pulling her into a world she never knew existed.
Will Nichole learn to balance both the vampire and human worlds? Or will she surrender to her vampire nature and attract a mysterious hunter that could lead to her demise?
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So I was scrolling through the many books that I have read over the years and I decided that I want to share that list with everyone.
Now I haven’t read that many books so don’t judge me book lovers! I slacked off on reading in college due to all the work. To my knowledge I have read 130 books. I know it’s not a lot! I can do better and I’m working on it!
Below I’ve listed the books that I’ve read. They are listed in alphabetical order by Authors name. Check it out below↓↓↓
Its 2016! A new year! A new start! Here are a few of my New Year’s resolutions.
#1 Get spiritually closer to God
#2 Exercise (Hopefully Everyday)
#3 Eat healthier
#4 Finish Transition book 2
#5 Start & finish Transition book 3
#6 Read more paperbacks because ebooks took over 2015… Time to read physical books!
There are probably more but I will start with these six!
What are your New Year’s resolutions?
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Happy New Year!
First let me say I am guilty of using eBooks…a lot. A lot a lot. I think over the past year I have only read using an eBook. It’s convenient. I can carry all my books together at once without hassle. I don’t have to go to a store to buy it. If you have a kindle, nook, iPad, or any other type of tablet getting an eBook is just a click away. So yes I like eBooks, you like eBooks, we like eBooks! But whatever happened to having a real book in your hand?
For all those aspiring writers out there let me tell you a story!
I was in elementary school when I first started writing poetry. I loved the sounds of the rhymes in poems. As a little girl I just wanted to make a poem of my own. So I did! Only they weren’t the poems that you would read in Maya Angelou’s poetry books. I was little! Mostly it was just me trying to put together rhyming words. Don’t believe me? Buy my poetry book Emotions and you’ll have your proof. Flip through the pages and I’m sure you will find many poems that look as if a little girl wrote them! That was the start of my writing career.
I just want to say that when I was younger I hated reading. I mean hated it with a passion. I was one of those kids that felt like it was cruel and unusual punishment for teachers to assign a required reading list and to be 100% honest I still do. Reading isn’t fun when you are forced to do it.