Review & Giveaway Brieftons InstantVeg Spiralizer Ends 12/8

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." I was excited to review this vegetable spiralizer from Brieftons that is available on amazon. I'm eager to try anything that will make me want to eat more vegetables. 
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Damsel Not by Kristina Circelli

In the days of old, one knight fought to save the maiden he loved – a battle that ended in a bloody promise for the future. In the days of the 21st Century, Izz doesn’t believe in prophecies. A recent widow, she struggles to find the passion that once fueled her life – a passion that is reignited the day a knight in disguise cuts into her life in a flash of swordplay and seductive grins. Izz doesn’t want to love him. The guilt of moving on nearly crushes her, yet she finds herself unable to resist the touch, the
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Book Review: Boy In The Box

Title: The Boy In The Box Author: David Stout Publisher: Lyons Press Genre: True Crime Format: Paperback Source: Library Pages: 272 Rating: 5 stars Summary: On February 25, 1957, the nude, badly bruised body of a young boy was found in a cardboard box in trash-strewn woods of north Philadelphia. Posters of the “Boy in the Box” soon dotted the city and police stations nationwide—to no avail. In November 1998 the remains were exhumed for DNA analysis, and the boy was reburied as “America’s Unknown Child.” This is a  riveting true account of the infamous child-murder mystery that has gripped Philadelphia
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Whiskey Witches Episode 2 Release and giveaway‏ Ends 11/28

There’s only so much you can do when there are no new clues. Wait. That’s never been Detective Paige Whiskey’s strong-suit, though. With her memories and her gifts back, she’s faced with a whole new ball game. She now has a better understanding of who the killer might be and what he wants.But when she’s attacked by a ghost—of all the dumb things—on a paranormal investigation of the Metley plantation, she realizes the situation’s worse than she thought. If that’s possible at all.The gate has already been opened.So why in the seven blazing pits of Hell does the killer still
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Holiday Gift Guide Roundup Week 2

November is going really fast for me for some reason. It's time to do a roundup of Week 2's Holiday Gift Guide items. In case you missed last weeks roundup. You can find it here. Week 2's Reviews 1. Crayola I reviewed their best seller stocking stuffers. 2. eShakti I reviewed their embellished bird sash tie shirtdress. 3. Xyron I reviewed their 1.5" sticker maker. There is also a giveaway. 4. Snorgtees I reviewed their  "Sometimes alcohol is the answer" t-shirt. Week 3's Reviews I will be bringing you reviews from following companies next week: 1. Brieftons: I will be
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Categories: 2014 Gift Guide.

Twisted by Amity Hope #Free #Book

Maya Anderson has faced more than her share of tragedy and heartbreak. For the past six years she’s constantly been on the move with her mom. When another disaster strikes, she finds herself back in her childhood hometown of Beaumont, living with her older sister for her senior year. A chance meeting reacquaints her with Ben McCaffey, a long-forgotten classmate from her past. After the murder of his girlfriend, Ben has become a social outcast. He’s despised by some and feared by most. Determined to become Ben’s friend, Maya begins to break through his layers of emotional protection. It isn’t
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Review: Snorgtees

  I am happy to be partnered up with Snorgtees to bring you this review. About Snorgtees: Here at SnorgTees, we specialize in pop-culture inspired, random, and all around funny t-shirt designs. We started this company in 2004 out of our basement, and faked everybody into thinking that we own an actual business. We've even shipped a shirt to NASA. That means space. So, technically, we're a universal company. 72% of the hilarious designs are the brain children of crazy Snorg meetings, but 28% of the awesome design ideas come from you, our customers. Basically, if you think you've got
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Xyron helps your creativity. Ends 11/26

I am very happy to be partnered with Xyron to bring you this review. Xryon is a brand that crafters know and trust. Here is some information about the company. About Xyron: Xyron develops, manufactures and sells innovative products for the craft, education and creative professional markets. Our unique products are designed to enhance and protect photographs, posters/signs and hand-made creations. Xyron's patented products are based on a proprietary set of innovative film, adhesive and coating technologies. Since 1997, Xyron has lead the industry in developing technologies that simplify processes, such as lamination and making stickers, signs, Read more [...]
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eShakti: We design. You Customize.

I am excited to bring to you this review from eShakti. I am in dire need of some "grown up" clothes. About eShakti: eShakti believes that all women have the right to wear affordable fashion that is made for them and makes them look their absolute best. Our Story: eShakti began as a small website offering basic cottons and modestly embellished pieces. As we grew, we were tasked with providing design and fit solutions to meet our customers' needs. Today, we are an international fashion design company making custom clothing. Offering both style and fit customization for women size 0
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Crayola helps encourage a child’s imagination.

  I am excited to bring to you my review of some of Crayola's most popular items that can be used as stocking stuffers. Stocking Stuffers are always a tough thing to think up with for my family. Crayola is a brand we all know and love when it comes to crayons. Did you know they sell much more than that?   Art supplies make a great stocking stuffer. I remember when my daughter was younger she loved when she got new art supplies. I love art supplies because they also foster a child's imagination. The possibilities of creativity are endless
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