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Interesting.

I found this on my facebook page. An open letter to amazon to pay more attention to their reciew policy.
It concerns an interesting topic, author bullying. Something i think alot of authors have had to deal with. I personally feel that if you are going to be that rude to someone you should have the fortitude to use your real name.
Therefor I agree with this letter.
What do you think?
https://www.google.com/bookmarks/lookup?hl=en&btnA=&sig=AODP23YAAAAAVPE2BOmXx2b36Iv_3bGsKgsJBGjFw1GM&bkmk=1

Valentines day.

Happy valentines day to all.
We decided to celebrate yesterday to avoid the worst of the masses. We tried a new resturant and were very disapointed. The view was great but the shortened menu not so much. There are people who dislike shellfish people jeez.
Unfortunately the meal was not worth the price.

Review of Beaded Jewelry: Wirework Techniques.

I will admit this is a first for me, reviewing a how-to book. If you ask my husband, the amount of them I buy or borrow from the library I should be qualified to review one. 



Beaded Jewelry: Wirework Techniques Skills, Tools, and Materials for Handcrafted Jewelry. A Storey Basics ® Title Carson Eddy, Rachael Evans, Kate Feld
The book is not a very long book, which I think is a good thing. Too long a book can make someone feel overwhelmed by all the information.  Let’s start with what I liked about this book. Firstly, I like how the first four chapters cover the basic knowledge you should have before you even start trying to make wire jewelry. I will admit when I began I didn’t have a clue and the guide I had bought didn’t cover much more then different types of wire gauges. This one however covers wires types all the way to what basic tools you will need.  I never knew there where that many types of pliers that you could get. The second thing I liked about this book was the little tech tip…

Edged Blade by J. C. Daniels

First I want to say that I was privileged enough to be able to read this before it came out.  When I got the email I did dance in my seat.

J. C. Daniels is the alter ego of Shiloh Walker.
Kit is introduced in the short "A stroke of Dumb Luck".

I love Shiloh Walker's work so when she stated that she was publishing under another name I was quick to snap it up.

Edged Blade picks ups where Broken Blade left off. Kit is slowly putting her life back together, she's finally healing and part of that healing is taking things a step further with Damon.
As far as couples go, I am rooting for these to and each book makes me want to see what happens next with these two.

In this installment Justin again is asking for Kit's help this time with missing witches.  As with anything else in Kit's life, nothing is never easy. Soon the group find out that more than just witches are missing.

I enjoyed the newest story in Kit's world and had very few things I didn't like. …