Guys, I. FINALLY. Saw the Infinity War. I just. Yeah. It was a great movie, of course, just like all of Marvel’s movies. So before I start my whole ranty thing, I’m going to say, if you have not watched it, you, my friend, should click that X button up there and go do something else, because, SPOILERS await you, like, big time spoilers. I will hold nothing back. And if you have not seen the movie and are going to and you continue reading this, your life will literally be ruined, and then you will die. Multiple times. You shall turn to dust from the snap of a finger.
I’m aliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiive! It’s okay ya’ll! I’m alright! You can put down your pitchforks and torches which I am sure you have lifted up to avenge my death, because here I am. . . . . not dead, apparently. And if you somehow have not missed me (which is highly likely)...just… act like you’ve been worried sick. Anyway, I have a completely believable excuse *cough* explanation of my absence.
I was abducted by aliens.
So you remember Friday, right? I mean, I know it was a loooong time ago. But at least try to remember just a little back…. So if you have remembered right then you remember a blog tour and a guest post. The Blog Tour didn’t end there! Nope. So today, the tour is taking another stop here to hear out my review for Tales of Ever After. A review which I have been sorta eager to do. Seeing I finished the book the other day.
Curses and virtues, knights and dragons, Royalty and simple folk, prophecies and fate.
Fairytales. Everybody’s heard of’em, and nearly everyone has read at least one in their lifetime. Fairytales have been a source of fascination and inspiration for people for years and years. Whether it be once upon a time, or a land far far away, Fairytales have been loved by many for their tales of good vs evil and happily ever afters. Today I bring you the blog tour of the latest book of the Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology - and a guest post from one of the authors!
Who doesn't LOVE Christmas? The music, the cold, the cookies, the presents.... Of course it's also a time to remember and thank Jesus for coming to be our Savior. It's nice to have a certain time to do that, but isn't that something we should be doing, say, ALL the time? Of course!
So today I'm here to announce Amanda Tero's new Christmas short story!
So since I have quite a few book spotlights and such running around here I figured it was time to do something fun. And we all know what that means.
So yes, I browsed through some book posts and found this Book-Lover Tag over at Once Upon an Ordinary
It looked fun, so I did it. And…. I’ve got nothin more to say, so just go read below.
I hate getting sick. Like, really. I, am a clean freak, and not the type that has to have everything organized and swept. I'm a clean freak as in, I'm anti germs. Along with my war with bugs, I am also in a war with germs. Over all else, I have a phobia of stomach bugs (the ultimate enemy! Germs/sickness + a bug. They've joined forces!). Now, thankfully, I don't, personally have any really bad life changing sickness, but the point is, sicknesses are a part of life - and sadly many get sick in a life changing way. And when that happens, well... To put it simply, life gets hard, it gets scary, sometimes it even feels hopeless - that's why I'm so thankful for the chance to tell y'all about a book called "He's Making Diamonds".
Okay, I'm going to be completely honest here.... All day yesterday I was trying to remember what I was supposed to talk about today. There was some great idea I had, I know it. I remember while writing Monday's post I had a plan for today. It was there, until....It wasn't. So, that was great.
Ahem, ladies and gents, are you ready to test your bookwormishness? Are you ready to see if you have the true blood of books running through your veins? You’ve come to the riiiiiight place people! Today I present to you the never before done edition of “You know you're a Bookworm If” - you’ll never see another the same (because there ain't another Me [thankfully, right?] ).
Now without further ado I present - "You know you're a~ *falls off of cardboard box stage*
The Bible has SO many good books in it - which makes it SO hard to choose a favorite. There are many I love, like Ephesians, Job, John, Corinthians, Romans, REVELATIONS (I really like reading this book!), and MORE. But there has been one book in particular that is special to me. One book that has been a never ending source of encouragement and inspiration. This book demonstrates such a great relationship between God and the man speaking in it. It reminds me that God is always there and more. But the thing that I find so WOW about this book is how it gives us an example of how to pray.
Do you know what book this is?
A daughter of the KING, an ambassador of Truth, a soldier of the Cross.