Mar 11

Archer’s Voice Review

Book Reviews 2 ★★★★

Archer’s Voice ReviewArcher's Voice by Mia Sheridan
on January 25th 2014
Genres: Modern, New Adult, Romance
Pages: 345
Goodreads four-stars
five-flames

When Bree Prescott arrives in the sleepy, lakeside town of Pelion, Maine, she hopes against hope that this is the place where she will finally find the peace she so desperately seeks. On her first day there, her life collides with Archer Hale, an isolated man who holds a secret agony of his own. A man no one else sees.
Archer's Voice is the story of a woman chained to the memory of one horrifying night and the man whose love is the key to her freedom. It is the story of a silent man who lives with an excruciating wound and the woman who helps him find his voice. It is the story of suffering, fate, and the transformative power of love.
THIS IS A STAND-ALONE NOVEL. The first three books in the series need not be read to enjoy this book. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

Ok, let me make something quite clear: I don’t read romance. Especially modern romance.

However…I saw someone gushing about this book on Twitter and was kind of in a reading slump and thought, “Well, why not…everyone needs a little spicy love story now and then.”

Let me make something else clear: If it wasn’t for that gosh darn stupid cover, I would buy a hard copy of this book for my shelf. But I’m a cover snob and I hate “sexy” covers with a passion. Not because I don’t appreciate a well-muscled male back as well as the next person…but I find them highly embarrassing to read in anything but the deepest privacy – which happens next to never, for me. So I bought the ebook (it was a total impulse buy and read).

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Oh, hi there. Yes, this book is VERY hung up on how sexy Archer (the male MC) is. Buuuuut…it’s totally ok.

Archer’s Voice is all about feelings. ALL THE FEELS. I did have a few minor quibbles with the plot and the writing style. For instance, somewhere in the middle of the book, the author repeatedly has Bree use the word “tummy” in descriptions of her sensual feelings and OMG JUST STOP. I actually saw another reviewer mention this before I started the book, and thought that surely they were just overreacting…no, they most absolutely were not. Note to self: when writing sex scenes that word is NEVER A GOOD IDEA. The plot is somewhat predictable…ok, a lot predictable. It’s a romance. It’s a New Adult (NA) romance, so it contains a fan-yourself-go-take-a-cold-shower (or…don’t) quantity of steamy sex. What was supposed to be a big plot twist was…not that shocking, and actually didn’t make a lot of sense but okay whatever. View Spoiler »

I went into this book skeptical of its ability to give me feels. Romances usually have me rolling my eyes and tossing them into the corner halfway through. I was intrigued by the premise of the male MC in this book though – no voice? I originally thought he must be deaf, but no.

Archer (male MC) and Bree (female MC) are both severely wounded, scarred people. Somewhat physically, but mostly emotionally. I could identify strongly with that. Bree’s wounds are more recent, and she had a mostly happy, healthy childhood to give her a strong foundation to stand on even despite her recent horrors. Archer on the other hand, has never had a normal life with a functional family and a devastating accident when he was 7 years old robbed him of both his parents and his voice. Raised by an eccentric, paranoid (but caring) uncle, he has been almost a complete recluse his entire life. Until Bree, fleeing her life in Ohio after some very traumatic events, stumbles into his little town and almost literally into him.

Trying to come up with the guy that MUST have been Mia Sheridan’s model for Archer…

Aside from his voice, physically Archer is perfection. His life of hard work (and apparently, good genes) have give him a god-like body. Bree is understandably smitten after just a few meetings. But he is an emotional cripple. Almost completely anthropophobic, but highly intelligent, he has spent his 23 years becoming self-sufficient and as well-educated as reading every book he can get his hands on can make him. I really didn’t think an author would be able to sell a recluse as a romantic interest, but Mia Sheridan does it very well. Maybe too well.

Maybe there was no right or wrong, no black or white, only a thousand shades of gray when it came to pain what we each held ourselves responsible for.

I was…well, I can’t say that I think Bree’s attraction to Archer is wrong. Or even unhealthy. But I think it could very quickly have gone that way, had he not been as willing to fight his fear of people and his limitations as he was. And as in love with him as she was, I’m not sure she would have had the backbone to leave an unhealthy situation. Because Bree is a healer. She is a caregiver. She wants to fix things. She wants to make Archer feel cared for and loved (besides the intense physical attraction). Multiple times though, she mentions that Archer reminds her of a little boy or a small child needing reassurance or love and…feeling like your significant other is a child in need of care is not really a good thing, in my opinion. As someone who was married to an extremely insecure person who eventually became vindictive and bitter in his insecurity, and knowing that I often felt a constant, exhausting need to reassure him of my love/respect/admiration/dedication – that is NOT a good thing. Now in this case, Archer was growing and learning and slowly coming out of his shell, and he was inherently sweet and gentle-hearted (qualities my ex most definitely lacked). He slowly accepts Bree’s love and compassion, but he also gives her his own and takes care of her. He melted my heart.

He looked like a little boy in that moment, and I realized how much he needed me to tell him that I wouldn’t go away like everyone else.

I ached along with Bree to ease some of the pain of all those years of mistreatment and neglect he had suffered. Even while alarm bells rang in my head about his intense emotional neediness…which, thankfully, his willingness to give as well as get and to push himself out of his comfort zone, more for Bree’s sake than his own, eliminated.

Complete honesty was the only thing I would give him. I would never purposefully hurt this beautiful, sensitive, wounded man more than he had already been hurt.

Archer’s biggest appeal is in the disconnect in his physical appearance and his attitude. He is, as Bree notes, a quick study and good at anything he has been taught or taught himself. He is completely unpretentious and unconscious of his physical appeal. If anything, he sees himself as broken, flawed, and undesirable due to his one “defect.”

Bree’s physical appearance is given less attention. She seems to be your typical girl-next-door type of cute, but Archer becomes completely smitten with her and she attracts attention from a few other guys as well – mostly due to her being new to the small town, it would seem. I was slightly worried by what seemed like her apparent willingness to just give up EVERYTHING to be with Archer, but she was already running from her past life and in need of someone to restore her faith in humanity. Archer, for all his issues, turned out to be that person. I loved how closely he paid attention to her likes and dislikes, even down to what chips out of a bag she liked (folded over tortilla chips, hehehe).

“Think of the strength of spirit you have to have to come through what he did and not be as mad as a hatter, to still retain a gentle heart.”

The strength of the human spirit is the real backbone of the story. The plot mostly centers on Bree and Archer overcoming their various personal demons, and for the most part doing it together. View Spoiler » There is a side plot going on with what happened to Bree and the death of her father, as well as the small-town drama around Archer, but they are truly secondary and stay mostly in the background. There is some tension created by Bree’s conversations and relationships with Travis, Archer’s cousin, town police officer and local heartbreaker. They never truly have a relationship but Travis’ ego becomes a sticking point and his childhood tormenting of Archer resumes, creating a good deal of conflict and pain on all sides.

This was a HEA I could believe in. Shocking, yes, for someone as jaded and anti-love-at-first-sight as myself. But Bree and Archer are not perfect, and their relationship is not perfect. They are so human, but so in love and SO RIGHT for each other. I would definitely recommend this book, and that’s not something I can say about many straight-up romance novels. I might even try another of Mia Sheridan’s NA novels.

four-stars

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Mar 09

Writing Up Wednesday #7: Free for All

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Welcome to the next week of Writing Up Wednesday! I’ve been so excited to see more people participating in this, I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do. 🙂 Besides the writing I do for my blog, I’ve also started writing fiction again this year. NaNoWriMo 2016 really kicked me into gear and got me excited about writing again. It’s an excitement that I hope will last, and there’s no better way than to keep motivation up than to share it! I know a lot of my blogger friends also have writing goals outside of their blogs. Week to week I want to discuss various different topics related to writing, and I’ll put a link-up at the bottom of each topic post. This week we have:

Writing Up Wenesday #7: Free for All! 

I wanted to take one week every so often to just open the floor and let you talk about whatever you want! Your story, your process, your characters…you name it. That thing that’s been bothering you and you want to rant or just mull over. This is the time!

Sorry this week was a little late…life is crazy right now! I’m looking forward to your posts. 🙂 Be sure to add your link-up!

 

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Mar 07

Review of Black Beauty

Book Reviews 4 ★★★★

Review of Black BeautyBlack Beauty by Anna Sewell
Published by Canterbury Classics on October 28th 2014
Genres: Classic
Pages: 208
Goodreads four-stars

Anna Sewell’s 1877 classic Black Beauty is considered to be one of the foremost works in animal welfare literature and a leading work in the children’s pony book genre. Narrated by the horse himself, the book follows his trials and tribulations as he passes from one owner to another and experiences the full spectrum of human treatment — from the knowledgeable and kind to the ignorant and cruel.

Well, my Back to the Classics challenge is going horribly so far…this is the first book I’ve read for it! Yikes. Good thing I set the bar fairly low. 😛 This falls under the category “Book With an Animal in the Title.” Anyway, here’s my review of Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell! I read a condensed version of this book as a very young child and I totally credit it with sparking my love for horses.

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“Good luck is rather particular who she rides with, and mostly prefers those who have got common sense and a good heart.””

Black Beauty is a book of anthropomorphic animals. Highly intelligent animals. While told in the language of its time (roughly the 1870s-1880s), it still has an appeal to anyone with a love of animals and an even slight interest in history. The details included are absolutely fascinating and paint a exquisite picture of England and London at that time. I love books that give such perfect, clear pictures of their time – without it feeling like an info dump. Of course, we can only hope that the author gave accurate descriptions, but even today the world Black Beauty lives in feels very real.

“Do you know why this world is as bad as it is? Because people won’t trouble to stand up for the oppressed.”

Some words are as true today as over 100 years ago. This book is 20 times better than the last anthropomorphic animal book I tried (Smoky the Cowhorse…which earned a BIG FAT NO). The animals are all different, with their own experiences and personalities – and so are the humans! Of course the reader’s first loyalties lie with Black Beauty and his friends, but he has some genuinely kind, good owners that are good characters in their own right. Ginger, another horse with whom he becomes friends early on, truly stole my heart.

There are some beautiful quotes, even if the prose occasionally descends to a bit of a preachy tone when it comes to how we treat animals and our fellow man. That is my only real complaint about this lovely story, which, despite having a few notes of sadness (as any good story ought, in my opinion), is a completely worthy addition to any reading program or library.

“Don’t you know that [ignorance] is the worst thing in the world, next to wickedness?”

 

four-stars

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Mar 06

Down the TBR Hole #15

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down the tbr hole

Time to wield the axe again – I’m mercilessly culling my TBR list on GoodReads with the amazing Down the TBR Hole meme by Lia at Lost in a Story!

Most of you probably know this feeling. Your Goodreads TBR pile keeps growing and growing and it seems like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. You keep adding, but you add more than you actually read. And then when you’re scrolling through your list, you realize that you have no idea what half the books are about and why you added them. Well, that’s going to change!

It works like this:

  • Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books. Of course if you do this weekly, you start where you left off the last time.
  • Read the synopses of the books.
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

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When I started this series of posts, I had 604 books on my TBR list. As of today, I have 613. I’m so impressed with myself…I didn’t add any this week! So looking forward today at numbers 77-81 of the original list. All covers link to GoodReads. 🙂

 

Title/Author: The Triumph of the Moon: a History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft, by Ronald Hutton

Date Added: January 4, 2015

Thoughts: I’m still very interested in this topic, even if I’m not sure this is the best book on the subject. A lot of the reviews seem to be based on the reviewer’s opinion of wicca itself (pro or con) as opposed to the book.

Judgment: Keep.

 

 


Title/Author
: We Band of Angels, by Elizabeth M. Norman

Date Added: January 4, 2015

Thoughts: While this is still an interesting topic, I haven’t read any strictly historical books in years.

Judgment: Go.

 

 

 


Title/Author
: Sisterhood of Spies, by Elizabeth P. McIntosh

Date Added: January 4, 2015

Thoughts: WWII is always interesting to me, but…this just doesn’t sound good at all anymore, and like I said, I haven’t read a strictly history book in years now.

Judgment: Go.

 

 

 

Title/Author: The Winter Harvest Handbook, by Eliot Coleman

Date Added: January 4, 2015

Thoughts: I’m STILL extremely interested in permaculture, gardening, and self-sustainability. Slightly older book but I would imagine still relevant and interesting to build a knowledge base.

Judgment: Keep.

 

 

Title/Author: The New Organic Grower, by Eliot Coleman

Date Added: January 4, 2015

Thoughts: Yes, I am this much of a nerd. I love growing things. I love doing it as naturally as possible. Much older book, but it’s a gardening classic.

Judgment: Keep.

 

And there you have it! A display of my nerdy, eclectic interests for this week. 😉 Hehe. More to come!

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Mar 05

Something Else Sunday #27

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something else sunday

Hi everyone! This week…well, this week sucked. It seemed like nothing went as planned and I was having a super emotional and homesick week and I didn’t read much of anything. Well, I did read some during the 24-hour surprise shift that got thrown at me, but it wasn’t very good reading time, I couldn’t relax! Regardless, I didn’t get any reviews posted and didn’t finish The Bone Witch…boo.

My orchid died.

From this just a couple of months ago…

To this startling discovery one afternoon…

To this less than 2 days later.

First one leaf fell off and then within 36 hours the entire thing was lifeless. It was horrifying. After all kinds of YouTubing and Googling I believe it was hit with some kind of bacterial brown rot, which apparently this type of orchid is particularly susceptible to. I’m so sad. I get attached to plants too. Yes, I’m weird, so sue me. 😛 This was my only plant here, so I guess this means I just get to have a completely clean slate once we move. Trying to make myself feel better and it’s not working. 😛

I have hopes for this week. High hopes! Work promises to continue being stupid, but what job doesn’t? 😛

Last week on the blog:

This week on the blog:

  • Down the TBR Hole #15
  • Writing Up Wednesday #7: Freebie
  • Black Beauty (classic review)
  • The Bone Witch (YA review)

 

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Mar 04

January 2017 OwlCrate Review

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Life kind of bit me in the butt this week, so I’m behind on my posts AND my reading…but here is my (late) January 2017 OwlCrate review! As of the writing of this post, there are still a few boxes left for purchase so if you want one you should probably go now. 😉 Sadly my photography was somewhat lacking on this box. My apologies!

The theme for January was Classic Remix, and unlike several recent boxes I had NO clear guess about what the book would be. Then I opened the box and couldn’t believe I hadn’t guessed!

Because it was so obvious. 😛

January Book:

Roseblood, by A.G. Howard – I was planning to buy this at some point anyone, so this was absolutely perfect! I’ve read a lot of mixed reviews so I’ve lowered my expectations slightly but am still hopeful! It’s a Phantom of the Opera retelling, if you have somehow avoided all the hype. 😉

Extras:

Not as many extras this month because (I’m assuming) a couple of them were BIG!

  • Calendar from ObviousState with illustrations inspired by various children’s books – AWESOME. I still don’t know exactly where to put it because my desk overflow-eth, but awesome.
  • Magnet from SweetSequels inspired by Phantom of the Opera and OMG I NEED EVERYTHING IN THEIR SHOP. Especially this blanket:
  • A lovely “Everything is Beautiful” bookmark from LexyOlivia, on cardstock! She has a ton of beautiful designs and I need them.
  • Book-shaped soap from TeaSoapBooks! Smells heavenly, like a spring garden…very fitting. 😉 This is another one of those things I don’t really know what to do with but it smells amazing.
  • A full bag of loose leaf tea from the First Edition Tea Company! Yet another thing that smells amazing (I really should actually try it). Blend inspired by The Little Prince…awwww.

That’s it, folks! Hope you enjoyed the rundown. 🙂

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Mar 01

Writing Up Wednesday #6: Give me ALL THE SETTINGS!

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writing up wednesday

Welcome to the next week of Writing Up Wednesday! I’ve been so excited to see more people participating in this, I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do. 🙂 Besides the writing I do for my blog, I’ve also started writing fiction again this year. NaNoWriMo 2016 really kicked me into gear and got me excited about writing again. It’s an excitement that I hope will last, and there’s no better way than to keep motivation up than to share it! I know a lot of my blogger friends also have writing goals outside of their blogs. Week to week I want to discuss various different topics related to writing, and I’ll put a link-up at the bottom of each topic post. This week we have:

Writing Up Wednesday #6: Give Me ALL THE SETTINGS!

The setting of your story may seem like a background element, but in all but a very, very few books the setting is one of the MAIN elements and usually effects your story to a large extent. Different genres call for different settings, some requiring more research than others. A fantasy novel is usually has very involved worldbuilding, but the only facts you have to check are the ones you make up! In a historical fiction, however, factual accuracy is EXTREMELY important and hunting your facts can take as long or longer than the actual writing!

My current novel is a high fantasy, so I’ve put A LOT of effort into my world. While it’s somewhat inspired by medieval British and European cultures, some of it is also very loosely inspired by Greek mythology. At least right now. I’ve started to struggle with that aspect of it so I’m considering writing it out! Which would be…different.  On the other hand, a lot of it I just totally made up and it gets confusing! I have sections in Scrivener for the history, for the different levels of society, for the magic system…a horribly drawn map (haha). I also use a rather detailed set of worksheets that cover everything from outline to setting to characters.

I do need visual representation of things though, so I found a couple of castles (one in Scotland…be still my heart) that to me represent the main residences of the story. If you’re interested, check out my Pinterest board for the entire novel (including how I see my characters! *heart-eyes*). 😀 I have no artistic ability of my own, so drawing or sketching anything is out of the question. Every now and then I get a specific idea of something in my head though, and off I go to Pinterest or Google Images until I find it! And it’s only then that I can write a proper description. See, the ability to draw would be SO incredibly helpful. 😛

What’s your setting like? How much time do you spend making sure that you don’t change something halfway through (I read a very popular book awhile back, where the villain had red hair…until a random scene near the end of the book, where it was black…aaaaaand then back to red)? I know that’s what editing is for but I’m positively ANAL about keeping track of as much as I possibly can so that I don’t get confused.

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Feb 27

Down the TBR Hole #14

Books/Writing 2

down the tbr hole

Time to wield the axe again – I’m mercilessly culling my TBR list on GoodReads with the amazing Down the TBR Hole meme by Lia at Lost in a Story!

Most of you probably know this feeling. Your Goodreads TBR pile keeps growing and growing and it seems like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. You keep adding, but you add more than you actually read. And then when you’re scrolling through your list, you realize that you have no idea what half the books are about and why you added them. Well, that’s going to change!

It works like this:

  • Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books. Of course if you do this weekly, you start where you left off the last time.
  • Read the synopses of the books.
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

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When I started this series of posts, I had 604 books on my TBR list. As of today, I have 616 (the same number I started with LAST week). So let’s see how this one goes. Up this week are numbers 72-76 of my original list. Covers link to GoodReads!

 

 

Title/Author: All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr

Date Added: December 28, 2014

Thoughts: I’m slightly suspicious of this being some kind of Nazi romance, but it has SO MANY stellar reviews I’ll have to try it at some point.

Judgment: Keep.

 

 

 

Title/Author: I Shall Be Near to You, by Erin Lindsay McCabe

Date Added: December 28, 2014

Thoughts: I was going to keep this, then I happened to read a review that had some spoilers (they were tagged, and I read anyway), and they were things that would really, really have bothered me about the book. Also an excerpt I read had the characters “talking” in a written-out accent, which always annoys me.

Judgment: Go.

 

 

 


Title/Author
: Stolen (Women of the Otherworld #2), by Kelley Armstrong

Date Added: December 28, 2014

Thoughts: I read the first one of this series and while it’s nothing spectacular it was a fun, well-written book. Brain candy that doesn’t grate on my grammar-fanatic tendencies.

Judgment: Keep. Also find a copy.

 

 

 

 

 

Title/Author: What Angels Fear (Sebastian St. Cyr #1), by C.S. Harris

Date Added: December 30, 2014

Thoughts: Recommended by Sharon K. Penman…and I’ve loved everything I’ve read by her!

Judgment: Keep.

 

 

 


Title/Author
: Denyse Schmidt Quilts, by Denise Schmidt

Date Added: January 4, 2015

Thoughts: While I would like to have this book on my shelf for reference, it’s not one I would sit down and read front to back.

Judgment: Go.

 

 

There we have it! 2/5 seems to be my new normal. Hehe. Now if I could just cut down on the number I add each week!

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Feb 26

Something Else Sunday #26

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Hi everyone! How is it Sunday again? My last couple of weeks have been super full. I did manage to get all my planned posts up last week, though! *pats self on the back* Seriously though, my brain feels like mush a lot of the time right now. Our move is getting closer and closer and I’m thinking about the “purge ‘n’ pack” that must occur before and…

This is me.

I am looking forward to HAVING MOVED so very much, but the actual moving process…yeah, not so much.

I have no real “something else” to share this week, except to mention that I’m working on super-secret-squirrel project that will be released to the public some time in the near future…but I’m not sure many of my bookish readers will be interested. 😉 I do want to point out that this is Something Else Sunday #26, which means I’ve been at this more roughly half a year (I think I missed a Sunday or two). I’m having so much fun with my little blog, getting to know people and find new books!

Oh, I did make a veggie tray owl. Which looked very…not-owlish. Oh well. 😛 It was duly eaten (but not a single person noticed the owl), so I guess that’s what matters, right?

Anyway, here’s a look at the upcoming for this week! I feel like I’m kind of pushing it with aiming for 2 reviews…neither of which I’ve finished the book for (I’m about halfway through each, haha).

This week on the blog:

  • Down the TBR Hole #14
  • Writing Up Wednesday #6: Give me ALL THE SETTINGS!
  • The Bone Witch (YA review)
  • January OwlCrate Review

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Feb 24

The Get to Know Me Tag

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I saw the Get to Know Me tag over on Kourtni Reads, and it looked like so much fun I had to give it a shot! Fun and random…I’ve had quite a few new followers lately so I thought it would be fun to do. 😀 If you want to do it, consider yourself tagged!

Vital Stats

Name: Elizabeth
Nicknames: Liz, Lizzy
Birthday: Soon 😉
Star Sign: Pisces
Occupation: EMT/jack-of-all-trades

Appearance

Hair Color: Red (yes, I know it doesn’t look red in my pic…it’s a very dark, moody red that refuses to play nice in artificial light).
Hair Length: To my waist
Eye Color: Hazel
Best Feature: I think my hair and my height (is that a feature?), but my husband would probably say something else. *cough*
Braces: Nope!
Piercings: Two in each ear and used to have my belly button done but I took it out for a job and it closed up.
Tattoos: A tree of life inspired by Jen Delyth’s artwork
Right or Left: Is this about hands? Left.

Firsts

Real Holiday: When I was 8, my parents took a 5 day vacation to Gatlinburg, TN. 
Best Friend: Mara. Since I was 16 and she was 15.
Award: Uhhhhh….I have no idea.
Sport: Swimming!!
Concert: I have, uh, never been to a concert. *embarrassed*

Favorites

TV Show(s): I’m not much on TV, but Sherlock and Outlander are awesome. Also The Big Bang Theory and Scrubs, for lighter stuff.
Color: Green.
Song: Hmm. 3 Doors Down “Life of My Own” or Within Temptation’s “The Truth Beneath the Rose.”
Restaurant: Right now anything that doesn’t have a South Korea side chain, hahaha.
Shop: Probably Barnes and Noble…at least until I move to a new town with a good indie bookstore!
Books: Ack. Outlander, I guess? Lord of the Rings…anything by Gail Carriger, Naomi Novik…
Shoes: Flipflops that don’t make my toes hurt.

Currently

Feeling: Stressed. Work sucks. 😛
Single or Taken: Taken and married!
Eating: Nadda. I had Subway for dinner.
Thinking About: Our upcoming move.
Watching: Nadda. Husband is out so the TV isn’t on.
Wearing: Yoga pants and an Under Armour hoodie.

Future

Want Children: The 4-legged kind! I have a lovely little kitty right now, but hope we can add a dog once we move!
Want To Be Married: I am and quite enjoy it. 😉
Careers In Mind: Medical doctor, eventually.
Where You Want To Live: In the mountains.

Do You Believe In

God: “g”ods, maybe?
Miracles: Ehhhh…I think there are some things that can’t be explained, but miracles typically imply divine intervention and I doubt that very much.
Love At First Sight: Not for me, at least!
Ghosts: Maybe
Aliens: Maybe
Soul Mates: Maybe
Heaven: No
Hell: No
Kissing On The First Date: If it feels right!
Yourself: Sometimes.

Tagging

If you want to do it, consider yourself tagged! No pressure on anyone. 🙂

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