This IndieReader.com review gives 5 stars to The Pursuit of Cool, describes it as “gut bustingly funny” and has awarded it the “Indie Reader Approved” badge. The full IndieReader review. 

This IndieReader.com review gives 5 stars to The Pursuit of Cool, describes it as “gut bustingly funny” and has awarded it the “Indie Reader Approved” badge. The full IndieReader review

Emoticons: Where They Come From & Why You Should Use Them
Person in Costume waving at traffic.

Person in Costume waving at traffic.

DO YOU NEED THE BOOKWHEEL?
A revolving bookstand for heavy books, this device was invented by Agostino Ramelli in 1588. It was similar to a ferris wheel. More here at wikipedia. 
    …OR PERHAPS A KINDLE OR NOOK WOULD BE EASIER. 

DO YOU NEED THE BOOKWHEEL?

A revolving bookstand for heavy books, this device was invented by Agostino Ramelli in 1588. It was similar to a ferris wheel. More here at wikipedia

    …OR PERHAPS A KINDLE OR NOOK WOULD BE EASIER. 

reblog for Positive Tumblr Karma.

reblog for Positive Tumblr Karma.

Anyone Read A Good Book Lately?

ANYONE READ A GOOD BOOK LATELY?

Hey Followers! Hey Readers! I’m looking for my next book to read. Please answer below with your suggestion or send me a message about a book you were really into. 

Thanks a bunch,

—Robb

TMiK GUIDE TO ROMANCE: LETTERS FROM THE J. CREW DUDE, PART 2
When we first started dating, my wife met this guy in a bar (the extended story is in Part 1). She didn’t believe he was a model, then later spotted him in the J. Crew catalog. I was inspired to create a story line that this guy was infatuated with my wife, and insanely jealous of me. I wrote a series of imaginary letters to my wife (with cutouts of the actual J. Crew Dude). This is Part 2. 

TMiK GUIDE TO ROMANCE: LETTERS FROM THE J. CREW DUDE, PART 2

When we first started dating, my wife met this guy in a bar (the extended story is in Part 1). She didn’t believe he was a model, then later spotted him in the J. Crew catalog. I was inspired to create a story line that this guy was infatuated with my wife, and insanely jealous of me. I wrote a series of imaginary letters to my wife (with cutouts of the actual J. Crew Dude). This is Part 2. 

Alien Robot Crab
TMiK. 

Alien Robot Crab

TMiK. 

One word: Awesome. 

One word: Awesome. 

"Remember, heads high. Smiles. They’re going to love you! I hear Cinna’s voice in my head. I lift my chin a bit higher, put on my most wining smile, and wave with my free hand. I’m glad now I have Peeta to clutch for balance, he is so steady, solid as a rock. As I gain confidence, I actually blow a few kisses to the crowd. The people of the Capital are going nuts, showering us with flowers, shouting our names, our first names, which they have bothered to find on the program.
The pounding music, the cheers, the admiration work their way into my blood, and I can’t suppress my excitement. Cinna has given me a great advantage. No one will forget me. Not my look, not my name. Katniss. The girl who was on fire.
For the first time, I feel a flicker of hope rising up in me. Surely, there must be a sponsor willing to take me on! And with a little extra help, some food, the right weapon, why should I count myself out of the Games?"

— The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Readers Unite!

Readers Unite!