REALITY TV GONE WILD
Everyone deserves to be paid for a service, but I can't help but to wonder why sacrificing dignity and morals would be a way to earn a paycheck. I'm speaking specifically about those programs that zero in on relationships, such as Marriage Boot Camp, The Seven Year Switch and more. One show that's particularly disturbing ( I had a hard time choosing just one) deals with a Youtube Celebrity was was 16 when her mom allowed her to get married to a 40+ year old man. Fast forward to the present, and the husband allegedly proposed a threesome between his now 21 year old wife and her mother, causing the wife to be livid! These shows are sort of scripted, but airing dirty laundry about your family and its dysfunction just seems so wrong to me, and is why I've stopped watching. Some of these peeps seem like they're really in trouble, and should work on their relationships behind the scenes with money they've earned.
What happened to it, is what most of us are dying to know. If we ask where something is, we're being a bother. If we need to know if they have more merchandise in stock, we receive smirks and a slammed door from the manager. A smile goes a long way in life, so I'm just saying...
Have you ever gone through a period where nothing you read grabs your attention, you're too sick or too busy to pick up a novel, and your TBR pile starts to gather dust? How do you handle it, or do you just go with the flow and wait it out?
Have you been watching The Hunger Games series? I never read the books, but the movies were phenomenal and interesting. Did you know that the very talented Jennifer Lawrence made just $500,000 for the first movie, but now she scores up to $10 million for the sequels?
You've heard me talk about James Patterson and his awesome ability to write so many successful novels, and in fact, as of January 2016, he holds the Guinness record for selling the most # 1 New York Times Best Sellers! However, and I found this quite interesting. Erika Leonard James, more commonly known as E.L. James, is the most successful writer of adult fiction. For those who may have forgotten and didn't catch the movie or read the book, she penned the now very talked about Fifty Shades of Grey books. From 2012 to 2013, she earned 95 million beating out James Patterson during that same period as he raked in a mere 91 million! Wow!
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As many of you know I am attending BEA in May. I am currently looking for 4 bloggers to do Guest Posts May 10-13th. I would like them to be discussion or tips posts. Examples; Top traits I like in a protagonist, things I have learned through blogging, how to, trending genres themes, what makes a romance swoon-worthy, etc. (These can be YA, NA or Adult topics) I would like them to be positive and encourage folks to share their thoughts in the comments. Each post will feature a spotlight of you and your blog. It will include links. You would be responsible for replying and visiting commenters for your post. I am giving Sunday Post folks first chance at these spots and will open it up to others next weekend. Post would be due to me by April 22nd. This is a fun opportunity to introduce folks to your blog and make new friends. Contact Me if you are interested with post topic."Alcohol swabs are a great tool. If you garden, use them to disinfect pruners to prevent the spread of bacterial and fungal diseases.
It's Spring and time to clean up all
that stuff you didn't want to be bothered with when it was cold. (lol) Let's start with the microwave, because that's super easy. Mix 1/2 cup of lemon juice or lemon into 1 cup of water in a microwave safe dish for 3 minutes. Leave your door closed for 5 minutes to let the steam permeate and soften anything that may be stuck on the walls. Open and wipe out with a sponge or wet towel, and watch the magic happen with very little effort. This works, guys!
Are you guilty of throwing everything into a kitchen drawer only to find what you need a year later? Save yourself some time and stress by grabbing an organizer so you can see exactly what's in that throwaway drawer. I can't tell you how often I've looked for something that was right in front of me!