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text 2017-07-01 10:11
Give Your Kids Complete Fun Moments with Mini Go karts

Kids need their pay time and when they enter teenage, it’s better to indulge them into something fun filled than encouraging their homebound attitude. The Kids Electric Mini Go Karts is what we are talking about. You can also opt for the Fast Gas Scooters for Sale that provides an equal fun and leisure time during their free time. The size doesn’t really matter as these come with fully equipped power engine and an advanced brake system for different types of models.

 

Kids Electric Mini Go Karts

 

There are several vendors that deal with the sale and purchase of these vehicles, but how authentic they prove to be is what matters at the end. All you need to do is do a thorough research before you buy any kind of off road vehicles. Purchasing from an authentic dealer will not only give you benefits of warranty that comes along with these vehicles your vehicle will be pre-inspected for to avoid any kind of discrepancy in their parts at the time of delivery to your doorsteps. These are some of the very popular off-road vehicles that are bought by customers from across the globe.

 

Fast Gas Scooters for Sale

 

Make your kids happiest on this birthday with Kids Electric Mini Go Karts. It is super fun to ride them and the best part is that they don’t occupy much of your space. Park them in garage or hook them at your doors and you’ll be sorted. These can be charged as electric in nature so also prove to be extremely environment friendly. As far as fast gas scooters are concerned, these are equally fun to ride. The fast gas scooters available for sale online will give you all the fun you’ve aimed for your kids’ during vacation. Also, they are super fast as they run on gas and thus, extremely cost-efficient at the same time.

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text 2017-02-22 09:28
Blindsided by Ava Ashley Book Cover Reveal

Blindsided
Ava Ashley
Publication date: March 6th 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance, Sports

Sex and spice, and everything cold as ice. That’s what Lennox Hardy is made of.
At least, those are the cold hard facts I discover when one night of indiscretion reads like a tabloid headline and I get knocked up by the womanizing bad boy and Sacramento Cougars’ quarterback…
…and he can’t even remember me.
It’s the story of a lifetime when I become wedged between identical twins with a shady past and an even shadier future as one brother plots and the other fights to gain control over a consuming rage.
The real story is…will love consume us first?
EXCERPT:
Carefully, I slip out from under the covers and drop to my knees on the floor. Maybe I can find some sort of evidence before he wakes up. Something that will appease Giselle, but not something that could hurt Lennox in any kind of way. I slowly turn and start to crawl away from the bed. Lennox rustles behind me. I freeze. I dare a slow head turn in his general direction.
The rise and fall of his chest is steady. Even. Rhythmic. A peaceful, contented smile curls along the edges of his mouth. For a half a second, I take a little bit of pride that I may be at least partially responsible for putting it there. He has one arm crooked, hand tucked beneath a tousled mop of sheepdog blonde. Long, golden lashes brush his high cheekbones as he sleeps undisturbed.
I exhale a heavy, but quiet, sigh of relief and continue my subtle egress. I get halfway across the room when I freeze in my tracks.
What am I doing? This isn’t me! What are you going to do? Dig through his trash? Root through his mail?
On hands and knees in the middle of the floor, I start to give myself a well-deserved mental ass chewing.
“Well, now there’s a position I could get used to.” Lennox’s voice teases in a sleepy drawl behind me. My head droops in embarrassment.
Lennox yawned like lion as he stretched his toned arms over his head. “So, I’ve heard of the ‘walk of shame’, but I gotta admit. I’ve never seen a ‘crawl of shame.’ Where are you off to?”
Alright, Sloane. Suck it up.


Author Bio:
Amazon bestselling author Ava Ashley may look like the girl next door, but her steamy romances reveal a very naughty side. Raised in small town Ohio and now living in Homer, Alaska it’s amazing that she hasn’t increased the average temperature in her area of the state with her steamy writing. And she loves reading new adult romance novels as much as she enjoys writing them.
Ava likes spending time outdoors and does a lot of hiking and cycling with her husband and four children. When she can get away on her own, she’ll often take pen and paper along, find a secluded spot and let the environment inspire her. Of course, that inspiration frequently results in characters tearing each other’s clothes off, but you would expect nothing less from a romance writer.


GIVEAWAY!
Ava has 3 SIGNED PRINT copies and 3 eCopies of Blindsided up for grabs right now.

 
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review 2017-01-15 19:56
Animal Designs, Coloring Book for Adults
Animal Designs Coloring Book For Adults - A De-Stress Coloring Book (Animal Designs and Art Book Series) - Coloring Therapist

Animal Designs, Coloring Book for Adults, A De-stress Coloring Book by Coloring Therapists is an interesting book describing the valid reasons for adult coloring.

 

One suggestion that really caught my attention was coloring before bed to de-stress and be able to fall asleep more easily. I gave this book four stars.

 

Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H1I46AS

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url 2016-12-22 23:31
Ruth Sanderson is coming to my library to host a coloring event.
The World of Fairies: A Coloring Book for Adults - Ruth Sanderson

COLORING FAIRIES with Ruth Sanderson
A Colored Pencil Workshop for Grown-ups

 

Why should kids have all the fun? With the new craze in coloring books for adults, people of all ages now have "permission" to enjoy the relaxing benefits of coloring. If you have your own colored pencils, bring them, but there will be some to borrow as well. Ruth will give some tips on different techniques using colored pencils, and pages from her coloring book THE WORLD OF FAIRIES will be available for everyone to color.

 

Coloring pages will be supplied, bring your own pencils, markers, crayons.

 

Registration Required.

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review 2016-12-14 21:45
Being Sloane Jacobs - Lauren Morrill

No, no, NO. This was supposed to be a Triple Win for me.

There are two Sloane Jacobs. One of them is an ice-skater...


The other one plays hockey...


They are unhappy with their lives and when they meet, decide to do a Parent Trap/The Pauper and The Prince thing.

Starts OK, but when they meet, they have like, zero bonding. They do not even like each other, but still, they decided to carry on with the plan. I don't claim to be an expert about ice-skating and hockey, but how realistic is for a hockey player to do a pair skating performance after 4 weeks? I can forgive an ice-skater to play hockey, but a hockey player to do well in ice-skating?? Not because she can skate it means she do figure skating! The hockey-Sloane was big and graceless. And she won 2nd place at the end? Say what?

The story was sooo juvenile, I wasn't expecting it from looking at the cover (covers can be deceitful, I know). Both of them find a Mean Girl in their camp; one of them (Ivy, the ice-skater) was soo 2-dimensional. She even says that "pink is her color". What. So both Sloane, to prove they are strong, take revenge of the Mean Girls. In such an immature way. Pranks I expect from, I don't know, maybe 12-years-old boys.

Their respective love interest were sooo boring. Both of them "soooo good looking". I had an instant dislike with one of them, when the author described him as looking like a Bieber. Yuck. And towards the end, when each of the boys find out that his girl was lying to him, it was all "what? you are lying to me? so that kiss was all a lie?", and each girl was "nooo, please listen to me, let me explain" with tears down the cheeks. Oh my, what a cliche soap opera.

I didn't like this book. Predictable with unlikable characters. I started skimming when they girls were exposed. I barely read their "excellent" performances, which was soooo unrealistic. The hockey-player winning a 2nd place in pair figure skating... ha!

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