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Good Gravy, A little Help Here?

Sara told me I had to reblog this, for honesty and integrity!

Tawn Krakowski

I hate shopping.  I particularly hate shopping for clothes. This is because the fashion industry has joined ranks with the diet industry and, through the insidious use of media, has waged a secret, evil war on my self confidence.

Before you start fitting me for a nice jacket that buckles in the back–I say “fitting” because, depending on the brand, I could be anywhere from a Medium to a Women’s XXXL– please be so kind as to indulge me in a little game.  All you have to do is match the shirt I’m wearing in the following pictures to the size listed on the label.  Easy, right?

One of these shirt is a Large, one is an XL, and one is a XXL.  Which is which?

CAM00271 No makeup…

CAM00272 No photoshop…

CAM00276 All woman, baby.

Here are the tags in the same order that I am wearing them.

CAM00273 Tightest.

CAM00274 Best fit.

CAM00275 Loosest.

How…

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#RileyAmosReviews, the day before edition, part 4!

The Protest by Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell

The Protest tells the story of religion gone awry, of religious authority used with the intent to manipulate, to isolate and destroy. Through wonderful rich characters and dialogue and unrelenting suspense, “The Protest” takes us on a journey through the lives of one family literally torn apart by Christianity. Bunnell’s story is a hopeful one of survival. I would highly recommend it to all! * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*  4/5

Remember, if you’d like to be featured in either the #RileyAmosReviews or the #SupportIndieAuthors segments, drop me a line at RileyAmosReviews(at)gmail(.)com! Love to hear from new people! And I hope y’all have a wonderful day!

#RileyAmosReviews, the day before edition, part 3!

Deception by S.M. Spencer

In this book, Lili has been away for three years and Sam has become more distant. When Lili heads back to Australia with her daughter Ceylona, it doesn’t seem like things will be going back to normal. Two new mysterious additions – Rebekah and Angelica – appear in this story. There are many twists and turns for us all too. I enjoyed this book as much as the first two books in the series. If you like YA you should check out this series.  * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*  5/5

#RileyAmosReviews, the day before edition, part 2!

Sacrifice by S.M. Spencer

This book is the continuation of Lili and Sam’s story. It picks up right where “Destiny” left off! A marriage, several pregnancies, whether or not Ceylona is truly a dhampir to question and much more are added for our reading pleasure in this book. The writing was excellent and I finished this in a matter of hours. This was a great 2nd book in the series! I highly recommend this to fans of YA Paranormal fiction! * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review* 5/5

#RileyAmosReviews, the day before edition, part 1!

Tomorrow is Sara’s birthday, don’t tell her but I got her a Seahawks scarf, and a hundred bucks so she can go dancing with her friends. (My promotion money /cry) Anyways, here’s the latest reviews from Alysia!

Degrees of Separation by Marc Richard

Whether you like a good love story, sci-fi, horror, or just something different, you should check out this book. Every chapter reads like its own story. This is a very unique book! The stories tend to revolve around the inhabitants of an unnamed town or city. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. We are all connected, no matter how much we may think we are alone.  * I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*4/5