Snowball fight, everyone’s a winner!

I’ve decided to give everyone who entered my give away yesterday a prize!  I assigned everyone a number and used to draw the  winner of the journal and “relaxation” kit.



And the winner is……………drum roll please 🙂


#3 Jennifer T.

Please email with your mailing address!

Everyone else please send me an email at, with the link to the 0.99$ ebook of your choice and I’ll send it ASAP.  Please also specify the email you’d like your prize sent to.

Thanks again everyone for for joining the fun. Make sure you keep following the great snowball fight of 2014



The Great Snowball fight~ Giveaway!!!

SMASH!!! I got hit by the great snowball!!!!


Are you following The Great Snowball Fight of 2014???

You should be! It’s #40DaysOfGiveAways!!!

Wendy’s Bookcase started by throwing to MHZ Book Reviews & Giveaways who threw to Karen Pokras Toz who hit Scott Prussing Author who smacked Becki Brannen Author whose creamed Crystal B Clifton who in turn, smashed Brandelyn at The Swag Shop who hit Cassie at Cassie’s Crafty Creations who smacked that ball at Christy Sloat Author who wacked Kathi S Barton who then slung over and hit Author Nadege Richards, who then slammed Alicia Michael’s V-Card, who plastered Amy Richie who just bombed Karri Thompson, who just slammed Author Melina Turner, who then hit Nely Cab, who decided to evilly smash a snowball right on Cindy Springsteen’s face, who then chucked the ball wildly over to Stone Soup Designs who stoned Author Brian Bigelow who slammed Author Brandelyn Harris who yes, just smacked Alicia Michaels, who chucked that snowball right at Author Natalie Finnigan who laughed and sent it flying at JM Zuniga Author, who chucked a mighty hard snowball at Lee Ryder who ducked through while the snowball pelted JK Accinni! JK thought more needed to join, so last night she got S Cu’Anam Policar, who chucked that darn snowball right at C.L. Pardington, who then hit Angela Crandall Author. Angela swung at it and it came flying over to Girls With Books, who then smashed it in D. Love’s face. D is over winter so she frustratingly threw it at Jenna Pizzi who smashed Vickie Johnstone, Author who hit Aileen Stewart who slammed Author Tara Brown, who flung that snowball right at Stacey Rourke who got flustered and hit Miro the Dragon who hit Bebe Lennox who creamed Anchor Group Publishing who slammed me, Momma Meg!

So, how about a Snowball Giveaway?!? Look just below to see how to win!!

This giveaway is for a journal, relaxation kit, and some $0.99 eBooks.

Simply share, and comment with your favorite way to relax. Tell friends… That’s all you have to do to be entered in.

Stay tuned tonight to see who I hit with a snowball tonight. Once hit they have to offer a giveaway as well!

-Wordpress/Facebook and it’s entities are in no way responsible for, coordinating with, or associated to this giveaway. It is a private giveaway and they are NOT responsible for the outcome-

Review: The Visitors Series By: Author Christy Sloat

My original plan was to read The visitors series one at a time and review them individually.  I wasn’t expecting to OBSESS over them and read 2 books and a novella in 2 days!


My overall review of this series is fantastic! As I’ve said before, I will always tell you my true opinion and review, so I must say that there are some editing (spelling, grammar) errors.  Although, It’s not enough to interfere with reading. The Visitors Series is such a dynamic read.  It’s got love, happiness, sadness, fear, ghosts, failure, conquest; it literally has everything you’d want.It’s an easy read, and the fact that it’s well written and detailed makes it easy to visualize.  It’s the perfect read, I highly recommend these books.

 All information on how to purchase these books will be linked below!


Warning…there will be spoilers from this point on:


The Brown House starts with an introduction to your main character, Brylee Branson.  She’s a young girl who’s been forced to leave her home town in California and move to a much smaller town in New Jersey after her father looses his job.  When she gets to Jersey she meets Lynley Mayhew, and her brother Ephraim (who’s a total hottie ;)).

Brylee is told that her house, commonly referred to as the Brown House, is haunted, but she doesn’t believe in ghosts and the nonsense people are spewing at her.  She tries to figure out any way to write off the strange things that begin to happen to her and her family, but when she fails she brings in the Mayhews for help.  Ephraim and Brylee become close; extremley close, and her friendship with Lynley grows.

Brylee discovers she has the ability to communicate with spirits who have yet to cross over.  That’s when she meets a young ghost, Pearl Brown, who’s trapped in her house. In an effort to help Pearl cross over she must release the curse that’s keeping the Brown’s spirits trapped in the old house.  What happens when they finally get the key that unlocks the truth?  The curse is not released, but passed on to the Mayhews!


The Crimson Key focuses on Brylee trying to save the love of her life and her best friend.  She must find the Barclay sisters, the witches that placed the curse on the Browns and now passed it down to the Mayhews.

Brylee struggles with her “gift” and has to seek help.   She finds a tarot card reader, Hala.  She agrees to help Brylee, but Brylee must return the favor.  Through this journey she meets several spirits, all of whom she wants to help pass on, but she MUST focus on saving Ephraim and Lynley.

Lynley’s health begins to deteriorate.  She’s not herself, she’s covered in hives, she barley speaks to Brylee, and she becomes more and more detached from life in general.  All effects of the vicious curse, that causes its victims to succumb to self induced death.  Ephraim is hearing spirits, he’s seeing things he shouldn’t and it petrifies Brylee to think about not having a future with him.

When Brylee’s parents tell her they want to move back to California she proclaims her independence and refuses to leave her new life.  She does however agree to go visit her grandparents.  Brylee and her parents are set to leave shortly after Ephraim graduates high school.

Before they get the chance Lynley’s mental state declines and she scaldes herself to the point of needing hospitalization.  Brylee makes a trip to the hospital and says goodbye to her dear friend before leaving for California.

The whole time Brylee is in California she is distracted with the thought that she might not make it back in time to save Lynley and Ephraim.  The only thing that helps is that the spirit of Ethan, a boy Brylee nearly dated in California who had died in a car crash, was still around.  Brylee uses her skills and helps him pass on, she helps his parents find closure.

With no warning, Brylee gets a very important message from Hala.  A picture of one of the Barclay sisters.  What she sees is shocking, its Mrs. Mayhew, Lynley and Ephraims own mother.  She hops on the first plane she can find and heads back to New Jersey.  When she gets there, she’s to late and Lynley and Ephraim are in the Brown house with their “mother”.

She’s to late, Lynley has overdosed at the hands of her own mother.  Ephraim has been tied up, but is uninjured.  Brylee kills Ephraims mother, the Barclay witch, leaves her spirit in the corner room of the house, and locks the door as quickly as possible!

Lynley is dead, but will she be able to pass on?  Mrs. Mayhew has presumably left town, and Ephraim is all alone.  Brylee asks her parents if he can live with them, and after much persuasion they agree.

What will be next for Brylee, Lynley, Kayla, Ephraim?  When will Hala call on Brylee to repay her?


Safe to read from this point forward: NO SPOILERS


 If you are reading the visitors series this book is a MUST read!  When we meet Kayla in The Brown House, we just think she’s some punk/Goth kid with electric blue hair.

 This book gives you a look at who Kayla really is, what happened to her, and a bit of idea as to why she hasn’t crossed over.  You learn that Kayla battled depression, but she was also VERY happy, and loved.

 This book gives you details into the tragic accident that took her life.  Something meant to be a joke didn’t turn out so funny.

 The 3rd book in the series was just released “The White Door” I’ll read and review that shortly 🙂

Find “The Brown House”


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Find “The Crimson Key”


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Find “Unfound”


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Find “The White Door”



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~So, the truth be told~