Merlin: The Perfect Recipe for a TV Show

Perfection.

From episode 1 all the way to the end of the season 5, I am giddy with excitement. I love everything about Merlin. The dialogue. The characters. The plot. The humor. Love love love! It was as if this show was made just for me. I have seen every season three times through now, and I plan to watch it again, and again, and perhaps again.

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New Release!

I am excited to announce that my debut novel, Bloodborn, is now available for purchase!

When dire circumstances force blood hunter, Adam Degore, to find a cure for vampirism, he captures a vampire named Willow. It isn’t until after the capture when he finds out she is Dracula’s daughter. He is now faced with a choice to either release her and face Dracula’s deadly wrath should he find out, or risk killing her and also face Dracula’s deadly wrath.

Is the risk worth it?

Order your copy of Bloodborn today!

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Bloodborn-Sydney-Winward/dp/1509228713/
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/bloodborn-sydney-winward/1134112546

Wednesday Blogging Challenge: Book Boyfriends

If you are a reader, chances are you’ve fallen in love with a fictional character. I know I have plenty of times! When your stomach flips giddily, and you sigh when you think about them. (We’ve all done it, right?) Here are some of my most favorite book boyfriends of all time.

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Michael's Crafts: Storing Your Personal Information

Recently, I went to a Michael’s craft store to return a Christmas tree. They had sent the wrong one, and refused to fix the mistake unless I sent it back, and only then would they refund me and send me a new one. I’d probably have another tree after Christmas! Horrible customer service from the get-go.

But that is besides the point. When I went to return the tree at a physical store, they asked for my ID. I thought, “Okay, that’s fine.” At least UNTIL they started typing my driver’s license number into their computer. I was shocked. A distressed pit growing into a mountain in my stomach.

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