Book Review: Seed of the Sunflower by @LisaNEdwards via @tdmiller820917

There is a saying, “all good things must come to an end,” and for me, this saying became true when I recently finished reading Seed of the Sunflower, the third book in an amazing trilogy by gifted author Lisa N. Edwards. This trilogy began with the impressive Can’t Fight Fate and its equally impressive sequel, Chasing Butterflies. These books told the story of Hollywood entertainment lawyer Nikki Kirkpatrick, a woman desperately searching for the green eyed soul mate predicted by psychics.
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Are you Excited For The Return of #CrazyExGirlfriend ? via @stacyamiller85 @CW_CrazyXGF @Racheldoesstuff @VRodriguezIII @DLChamplin @gabrielleruiz

Friday, October 21 is the Season Premiere of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and (sings) “I’m so excited, I’m so excited. I’m about to lose control and I think I like it!”

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@CW_Arrow A Matter of Trust Preview S5Ep3 via @stacyamiller85 #Arrow @officialrickg @MadisonMcLaugh @CodyRhodes

Oliver Green (Stephen Amell) trained a new team for Team Arrow that consisted of Curtis (Ecko Kellum), Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez) and Evelyn Sharp (Madison McLaughlin).  But is this new team ready to face the villainous threats to Star City? In the episode titled “A Matter of Trust” airing October 19, we will see.

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Interview with #MixingItUp author @traciebanister via @tdmiller820917

Tracie Banister is the author of Twin Piques, In Need Of Therapy, Blame It On The Fame and Mixing It Up. The hallmark of Tracie’s books are that they depict strong women navigating family, friends, career and often romance. Banister’s humorous and realistic dialogue make her characters accessible to readers. While her work is in the Chick Lit genre, Banister writes books that have universal appeal regardless of gender. Her latest book, Mixing It Up, will be released on October 19th. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing her about Mixing It Up. Read what she had to say below:

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