Excerpt: Wicked Sexy by J.T. Geissinger

Posted 19 July, 2016 by Amy in Book Promos / 0 Comments

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Are you a fan of romantic suspense? If you are, J.T. Geissinger’s newest release Wicked Sexy may be the one for you.


Synopsis:A badass ex-Special Ops officer and a smartass hacker fight a dangerous enemy…and a blistering attraction to each other.

Connor Hughes is an ex-special ops officer, CEO of Metrix Security, and bonafide badass. His private security firm is renowned for its effectiveness. He’s renowned for his lethal precision and iron self-control. But when the former Marine meets a gorgeous young hacker with a mouth as smart as her brain, his control unravels in ways he never could have predicted.Tabitha West is a genius MIT dropout with a bad attitude, an obsession with Hello Kitty and piercings in unmentionable places. Tabby amuses herself by outwitting the most secure technology systems on the planet. Known in hacker circles as Polaroid due to her photographic memory, she’s as secretive as she is accustomed to working alone. So when Connor decides she’s the only one who can help him catch a cyber criminal intent on taking down one of his clients, she tells him exactly where he can stick it.

But when the cyber criminal turns out to be the Hannibal Lecter of computer crime—and a dark presence from Tabby’s past—Tabby and Connor are drawn into a dangerous game of cat and mouse. They quickly find themselves fighting not only their common enemy, but also an explosive desire that threatens to consume them.

When the stakes are this high and the game this deadly, will falling in love be the most dangerous move of all?

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Journal Chronicles (6): July 2016 Planners

Posted 14 July, 2016 by Amy in Planners & Journals, Random Thoughts / 0 Comments


Hello! I’m back with another journaling/planning post mainly because a lot has been going on in my life. If you’ve been following me on Twitter or Instagram, you may already know that I GOT A NEW JOB! I start this coming Monday, and it’s really shaking up my planner system. So I thought I’d share. :) (Note: I apologize. This post may be a bit long…)


This is my planner stack. It’s quite extensive. On the left, you have my every day carries. In the middle, is my planner that I use for future planning and stays at home. Lastly, on the right are the planners I am currently planning on using for work purposes.

I know it’s a lot of planners! I am also not scared to admit that I’m a stationery/journal/planner addict. The main reason why I use so many, however, is because of portability and the fact that I’ll have to keep much of my work separate from home.

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Journal Chronicles (5): Erin Condren Notebook Review

Posted 8 July, 2016 by Amy in Planners & Journals, Random Thoughts / 2 Comments


Hello, everyone! Today, I’m reviewing the Erin Condren notebooks. I purchased these way back at the end of March when the new designs were first released. I simply could not pass up the 25% discount they were offering during its release. However, I never truly found a purpose for it until now.


If you’ve been following my blog, you may already know that I’ve been trying to take more notes while reading. For my non-fiction reading, I’ve decided to use the new Erin Condren notebooks, specifically the spiral bound notebook.

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Reading Non-Fiction

Posted 7 July, 2016 by Amy in Bookish Thoughts / 0 Comments

Hello, everyone! Recently, I’ve decided to read more non-fiction. *GASP!* I know. I’m not a non-fiction reader. I’ve never been a non-fiction reader. The only time I ever read non-fiction books was for school. Trust me, between required readings and a plethora of scientific journal articles, I had my fair share of non-fiction reading during my education.

I’ve been out of college for about a year now and with the rising popularity of the musical Hamilton, which I have not seen, I’ve had the desire to read non-fiction. Personally, I LOVE LEARNING. The one thing I didn’t like about school was the exams, assignments, and essays. I always felt as if I was constantly studying not for my own personal enjoyment but in hopes of beating the curve for the grade. So now that I’m out of school, and I don’t have that looming grade over my head, I think I’m ready to read non-fiction for my own enjoyment and to broaden my knowledge. A part of me also wants to read Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton just to see why a biography of a Founding Father could inspire such a groundbreaking musical.

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