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Kate's Innocence Blog Tour ( book review, author interview, and giveaway!!! )

Not only do I have news of a new book release and an interview with the author....but a giveaway, too! So, read on for more about this awesome book :). Sarah Holman  is an author I just recently discovered. Having won her first novel  a while back, and loving it tremendously, I looked her up and found the rest of her books . Which, of course, I had to read. And did. In fact I just finished reading the last one about a week ago. ( There were like 9 books or so, most of which made up three series. ) Very unique stories full of characteristic characters and original plot twists, her books are fun and fast paced reads. One thing I love about her books is she breaks a writing rule I've been taught can't be broke!!!! She doesn't stick to one genre. As of now, she has a sci-fi series, a medieval series, a historical revolutionary novel, a Cinderella retelling, a Bible story, and a modern mystery. But despite all the great stories, one thing about the novels irrit

Food Tag (Of Course, My CRAZY Version :b)

Thanks,  Erudessa , for tagging me! As usual, I decided to have fun with it....I almost posted some gross food pictures with this... but... let's just say I decided I didn't want to lose any followers. Haha!!! :) The rules: 1). Thank the person who nominated you, as well as link to their blog. 2). Answer the 10 questions provided. 3). Come up with 10 more questions that relate to food. 4). Nominate at least 5 people. 5). Let those people know they've been nominated. 1. Your thoughts on cheese?   I have very disorganized, rant-like thoughts on cheese. Any one that doesn't like it is crazy. But American cheese is gross. Homemade cheese is good, unless the Amish made it....tastes rotten then :b. It probably isn't good for you being processed...but neither is half of the other "acceptable junk" people eat instead:) ;) :D 2. Favorite pizza? Little Caesar's!!!!!! With lots of cheese and thick crust. I also love black olives, lots of tomatoes,

Objectifying Boys (and men)

Many girls hate when guys objectify them. When guys think of girls as nothing more than a thing to use as they please, someone to control, etc. But amidst all their complaining of how guys are evil, selfish beings, and that there no good guys left,  most girls are doing the same thing they hate those guys for  - creating unrealistic images out of men for their own desires. Here are three ways we as girls objectify men. Remember, these are just my personal convictions and things I've noticed in other girls and the subsequent consequences of what they did/ did not do. :) Flirting: Selfish Means of Drawing Attention When a girl does this she is not thinking of the guy in a very nice way. He's become an object in her mind, one she is trying to conquer for her own personal and  emotional  reasons. She is not thinking of him as a friend. She is not considering ways that she can help him .... but of ways that he can please her. Be something to her. One who flirts wi