Hi Y’all! It is November and I am bringing back #30DaysOfThanks for Year 4 aka #30DaysOfThanks2015. I had so much fun doing this last 3 years that I thought I would recycle the program again this year. Switching it up this year with 3 posts a day–1 author, 1 narrator, and 1 blogger that really touched me this year. I didn’t have room to thank everyone because really my life overfloweth with awesome bloggers, books, and listening enjoyment. I tried to fit in some new people who have come into my life/reading enjoyment the last year while still shouting out my tribe of many years. I am so glad that I didn’t have room because it means my life ROCKS!
K at Addicted to Happily Ever After
K is my Detroit Tigers sister from another mister. This is going to be a little mushy but after spending time with her at RAGT –I really do feel like we are almost family. That is me being the crazy one and her being a little saner. However, I think we are equally as smart-assey so all is good. She is a friend, fellow reader, and all around cool chick. I love her family updates. I love her new name for her blog (y’all that has been a long time coming–no more pigeon-holed). I love that she went to class to learn all these cool graphic design things to make it work for her. Plus, she reads good books. You totally need to check her out because I think many of you read the same things as she does (aka she reads NA–I am just not ready to go there). Go forth and tell her I sent ya 🙂
(PS this is another friend that doesn’t have their name on their website so not calling it out–however I am currently making up nicknames that start with K because of it LOL–she has been warned
Kookie Kaleidoscope , Krazy Katapult–I can keep going LOL)
About K (from her website)
I started Addicted to Happily Ever After in November 2011 and have been blogging inconsistently since. I can be sarcastic and quite witty at times.
I lean towards long winded reviews in which I end up talking my way through them. In person, I’d probably talk your ear off about books for hours if I could. Just be glad you’re reading this “About Me” after I’ve edited it down from the essay it used to be.
I read urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and science fiction in the adult category of books. Bring in new adult, I’m all over contemporary romance. I just can’t seem to stay away from young adult so I read it all in that age group.
Basically, I’m all over the place in my reading.
I think .gifs are stupid in reviews. I’ve used a .gif once and that was in a non-review post and it was a Monty Python .gif so it doesn’t count.
I used to work in the finance industry, healthcare industry, fast food, landscape maintenance, retail, swim team coach… just about everything except I was never a police officer, despite what I told those guys at the bar that one night in college.
I’m an elected public official in my township. No, seriously. I really am. Parks Commissioner – that’s my title. … stop laughing, it’s not that funny.
Seriously, I love books and I’m grateful that I have this outlet to share my love. Thank you very much for visiting my little ‘ole blog.
You made my day!!!
…. stop laughing. I’m serious.
Some of K’s Favorite Reads
- The Game Plan by Kristen Callihan
- The Weight of Feathers by Anna-Marie McLemore
- Missing Dixie by Caisey Quinn
- My True Love Gave to Me – Twelve Holiday Stories edited by Stephanie Perkins
During her non-reading time you can find her hanging with her rescue furr children named after book characters: Lizzie a beautiful cattle dog mix (Pound Pup), Cinder a beautiful Shep/Pitt mix (Pound Pup), and Minerva a beautiful Shep/Pitt mix (Foster Fail). Gathering with friends and family, attending conventions, watching movies/tv shows, rooting for the 49rs, and crocheting.
If you want to follow her DIY, Health, and Life adventures check out Mess to Best
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