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I really recommend this book to anyone working towards personal goals or trying to organize your life. Brian Moran really hit the mark for me to stop making excuses and start making set plans. I really started to think about where I wanted to be in 5 years and how to get there. This book has opened my eyes to new possibilities, I hope it will do the same for you.
This book makes alot of sense because when you make a long term goal even it is only 12 months it becomes very hard to keep. Life constantly changes direction. Working on a goal every 12 weeks gives the opportunity to tweek the goal through the year in order to have a better result. This book I will use and read as a reference many times.
This is a great boxed set with some amazing authors. There are twelve books in this set and each of the books are written with a Christmas Theme and includes recipes. Each book was great and had a wonderful story which kept me reading way past my bedtime. They all have well developed characters are all very entertaining. Each of the books were full of surprises and I didn’t want them to end. If you are looking for a great boxed set then you need to get this one. I am looking forward to reading the other books by each of these great authors. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
Kim Hunt Harris, Frankincense, Gold and Murder - A well written holiday story with all the love, joy, sadness and pain of the Christmas holidays. This story runs the gamut on emotions, from humor to deep sadness to desperation, keeping the reader glued to the pages. Another good story from Trailertopia and our favorite characters. Ms. Hunt tells a good story.Judith Lucci, The Most Wonderful Crime of the Year - I've enjoyed this author's Crescent City Series and now this story. Well written, heartwarming story with a set of interesting, charming characters. You're expecting a murder, but it's not the death usually found in crime dramas. It's a real Christmas story, the real meaning of Christmas. Said too much ll Goddin, The Case of the Curious Biscuit - A quickly read entertaining cozy mystery that is well written with an interesting plot and characters. You've got to cheer that if there had to be a murder, the right person was done in. This is my first story by this author.Kathryn Dionne, Murder at the Holiday Bazaar - This is the second book in the Elliott Epicurean series and my first book by this author. Well written with an interesting plot full of murder suspects. There's enough development of the characters to keep the readers interest. My only question: Did the sheriff do any investigating?Kim Hunt Harris, Middle Finger Of Fate, #1 - Hilarious! [email protected]#$%!&'s the first chapter and I'm already LOL. A well written, funny, touching suspense with a twisting, well thought out plot and intriguing characters you just can't help but like. There's reminders of Plum, her grannie and Ranger. If you love Evanovich, you will love Ms. Hunt Harris, Knickers in a Twist, #4 - Intriguing! I missed #2 and #3 of the series, but it didn't matter. This well written, suspenseful book, along with it's well thought out plot and interesting characters keep me glued to the book until I was finished. The characters are steadily developing as the stories continue. There's a lot happening in the main characters lives and the stories about them keeping getting better. After reading Middle Finger Of Fate, I contacted the author to review her books.Judith Lucci, Crescent City Chronicles - I like that there's an overview for all three books, so the reader knows what the book is about before reading it. I received this set from a website giving away free thrillers.Judith Lucci, Chaos at Crescent City Medical Center #1 - Full of intrigue. A well written, fast paced suspense novel with developed characters and a thought out plot. This is my first book by the author and I'm happy with the substance and intrigue that's thorough out the story. It's great to see a female lead character that isn't full of stupid and trying to prove it. Nice to read an edited novel, too. Being in the Big Easy made for a great plot by using the culture and beliefs from there, although voodoo and hoodoo are two different items.Judith Lucci, The Imposter #2 - Full of intrigue. This book starts six months after book one ended. Another well written, fast paced suspense novel with returning and new characters along with another interesting, intriguing plot, which keeps the reader glued to the end.Judith Lucci, Viral Intent: Terror in New Orleans #3 - More intrigue. This book starts six weeks after book two ended. Again, another well written, fast paced suspense novel with our favorite and new characters and an interesting, intriguing, twisting plot, which keeps you immersed until the end. Glad there are two more books after this y Vansant, Slightly Stalky - A well written, fast paced story filled with humor. I laughed my way through this quickly read entertaining book. The reader feels like part of the conversation, instead of the voyeur, with all the fun and the vivid e characters are interesting and believable, even when not being their ages sometimes. I like the way the author wrote the storyline. This is my first book by this author and I'm looking forward to reading more of her work.
I have only had a chance to read three of these so far and I have loved ndy Bell - Christmas Chocolates and Crimes - Charlotte is taking a craft class from her friend Beth. Several members of her development are part of the class. As Charlotte is walking back to her apartment after class, she gets in the middle of a fight between her two neighbors. It turns ugly and one ends up dead. Charlotte takes it upon herself to solve the murder.Kathryn Dionne - Murder at the Holiday Bazaar - When Stevie comes back to the bizarre with the necessary ingredients to continue making the deep fried chicken legs that she and Milo are selling, instead of Christmas music, she hears a horrible scream. The priest has been found dead and while the evidence is pilling up against Milo, Stevie steps in to figure out who really did ll Goddin - The Case of the Curious Biscuit - Molly flies home for Christmas on the invitation of her cousin Alice. The visit with Alice and her mother are great however the horrible uncle is still a problem for all involved. When he ends up dead, everyone all but celebrates but Molly does jump in to help solve the crime.
I have read only two of these so far, but I am really looking forward to reading the others!THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS BISCUITBy Nell GoddinThis was an interesting story, but the whole time I was reading it, I felt I was missing something. I have never read any of this author's books before, but it turns out the character of Molly has her own series, of which this is part of. After reading this novella, I am sure I would love to read the rest of the series. In this story, Molly, who lives in France, gets a call from her cousin Alice asking her to come home to the States to visit. Alice has a demanding father who no one likes. One day he keels over at breakfast. It was fun trying to find out who did him in among anyone who had ever met ANKINCENSE, GOLD & MURDERTrailer Park Princess Cozy Mystery NovellaBy Kim Hunt HarrisThis is the first novella I have read in this series. I enjoyed the story, but found it to be sad. It had me sobbing by the end. It takes a good author to bring that out in a person.
I really enjoyed this anthology with Holiday settings. My favorites were Larissa Reinhart's "A View To A Chill" Maize Albright and Cherry Tucker, Reinhart's sleuths from two of her series works together on this one. Well written and kept me interested from the beginning. I also enjoyed Summer Prescott's story, Home For the Holidays. Sweet and heartwarming. Really all of the stories are engaging and it is a great holiday read. I voluntarily reviewed a copy I received fro one of the authors
I love Cosy Mysteries, and holiday cozies are often very entertaining, these 12 stories keep up with that tradition (and the cause they support is wonderful)The whole set is extremely entertaining. Some of my favorites in are: A View To A Chill by Larissa ReinhartReinhart’s two sleuths,Maize Albright and Cherry Tucker sort of work together on a case of a missing girl for a worried grandmother. Maize's search sends her to Halo,Georgia, Cherry’s hometown. Down with the flu,Cherry is in bed ,and either sees (or hallucinates) a murder or at least an attempted murder across the street. However, her fever may have her seeing things, while Mazie, with no backup, channels her old TV character to find the strength, and cunning, to save them all. Not the most glorious way to spend Christmas Eve....Home For the Holidays by Summer PrescottEmmett Marshall, a homeless, deactivated marine from the Middle East, is living on the streets in his car while trying to find employment. Santa at the mall, his temporary job, finds him caught in an explosion where his not-so-jolly boss is killed as he manages to save the receptionist. He needs to clear his name, so everyone doesn’t think Santa’s a killer....Gold, Frankincense, and Murder by Kim HarrisIt's Christmas time in the local Trailer Park and the residents are getting in the spirit until Salem and Viv discover one’s been murdered. Everyone quickly blames who they consider the troublemaker in the Park. Salem knows he is innocent and begins investigating on her own. Discovering the real culprit won’t matter if she can’t save herself...These 12 authors need to be applauded for their tenacity in writing 12 new stories for the Holidays. Highly recommended 5 stars
So far I've only read Frankincense, Gold and Murder by Kim Hunt Harris. It is a lovely stand alone short addition to her Trailerpark Princess series. The mystery was solved quickly but with more than enough character detail and plot development. As always, the characters are engaging and fun and the spirit of Christmas definitely runs through the story. Highly recommend!
This is a great way to get a taste of the Christmas spirit and discover new authors. A wonderful collection of short stories that are sure to make you laugh, cry, and do some amateur sleuthing. Don't miss out on Kim Hunt Harris's Frankincense, Gold, and Murder. It's another great addition to the Trailer Park Princess series. Also, check out The Case of the Curious Biscuit by Nell Goddin and Murder at the Holiday Bazaar by Kathryn Dionne. So grab your cup of cocoa and settle in for some wonderful stories.
The new stuff is sometimes a bit too real. This is the older silly stuff. Just a fun little romp of when Barbara Gordon put on the costume. ... Now, I'm thinking about the last time her character got some screen time. They really need to reboot her character. Somewhere between The Killing Joke and Batman & Robin - between too sad and too campy.
It's a fun story with an unusual but high quality style. Barbara Gordon does dress-up, not realizing that taking on the uniform takes with it some responsibility and danger! She's a fast thinker as she deals with Harley & Ivy, not realizing the true villain in the piece -- Catwoman! What does she have to do with anything?No Batman appearance in this issue. It's a great start to Batgirl for the new reader. This is the first Harley Quinn outside of the DC continuity. It's worth some bucks now. Glad I bought it for cheap! :)
I love the idea and ease in building a "story"... However,, I can't edit a "story" once it's saved, there is only one mode to "view" your stories, for the year, the feedback section is almost unusable, seems many things require extra steps...and need serious streamlining or review/revision…..and literally, nothing changed or improved by subscribing...😶 I would love to revise this review in a few weeks or months??
Since the update in July 2017, it began crashing, it hasn't opened for over a month. Before THAT it was having problems with flipping images on their side. So now every time my phone connects to the internet I get a notification the app has crashed >:( I would love to continue using this as it's a great idea and had shown potential, now I'm thinking every image I've had uploaded is a waste and now gone forever.
I do like this app but not a fan of the subscription style fee per year. $13+/year is sort of steep, I wish that was a one time fee instead. The skew option is helpful and the voice memos are a neat concept Update - I admit this is a really cool app. I was going to buy the full version, and the price went up from $9 to $13 and now it's over $17/year all within a year or so. So if I decide to go with keepy, and keepy keeps increasing the price, will I be paying $30/year soon? And all the pictures and time invested, I'd feel forced to continue using it. Also, I know keepy has more features but big bins to store paper are less than $13, just a note.
Most of my posted pictures are with the incorrect orientation. Some of my posts are not being shared with my fans. I've submitted feedback and have not gotten any response from the company other than a year ago when they responded that they were working on it. Very frustrating.
It was a nice app when you were able to load 15 files/ pictures per month and it wasn't a "twitter" like look. Keep in mind that if you don't want to spend around $40 per year, you will be able to load only 5 files per month, which is a deal breaker for me.
Having real issues with this app right now. It is taking $3.36 out of my bank account every month but says I still have just basic, not unlimited. If I only have basic then why am I paying???!!!! I am paying to use the free version?! And I can't find how to stop the payments.
I am a parent of three small kids and initially downloaded this app as a means of ditching the endless clutter of art my pre-schooler daughter brought home, but didn't want to part with. She was happy with the idea of saving everything digitally. I ended up upgrading so my downloads would be unlimited. It was a fair price to pay to save so many pieces of artwork (and beyond!). I shared the account with our distant relatives (we have no local ones) and loved that viewers had the option to view via either app or website (for the older generations who don't have smartphones!) Keepy ended up being so much more than a way to share my daughter's paintings and scribbles. I share funny quotes from my kids, special photos of them and their accomplishments, videos of sporting events, special family outings, and just those moments I want to share privately and quickly with relatives. It feels a bit like a digital scrapbook for our family and the features for organizing are a plus for an organization stickler such as myself. It's a great alternative to other social media to share everything with the grandparents--because you know they love to be a part of every little moment.
Love this app! So easy to use, love that it has categories and markers to historically mark the art. Also the voice story recording....THE BEST!! With relatives overseas, this is such a sweet and wonderful way to include them on the funny stories and creative art that comes home from school everyday.
This is a great app to keep up with your kids' artwork, school projects, and other special memories. I love that you can add "fans" so that grandparents and other family members can view as well. I gave this app a four because I have been unable to load my videos, other than that it works great and I have no complaints!
Love the app, however, when I go to pay for the year subscription, it will not allow me. I understand that the monthly fee will make more money for the company in the long run, so why offer a yearly fee then say its unavailable? Why not just offer the monthly? Yearly is more convenient. UPDATE: Woo hoo!!! It got fixed! Got my year subscription!!! Thank you!
Great concept! My oldest has started PreK and I have nowhere to store his artwork, so planned to take pictures of it. This app is awesome because you can record your child describing the drawing (which is always so exciting and adorable). Additionally you can save milestone moments. Awesome, but with 3 kids I'll be hitting the quota and am already invested in other services so I guess I won't be taking advantage of those features.
Just started using this app. But it's perfect so far , I was keeping a photo journal of all my child's art work and pictures , in a private folder in my face book account, this has a much nicer look with personal time lines and other tools to make this into a cherishing keepsake , thanks!
I like the app except one thing. The stupid "hint" window comes down every time a few seconds after the new problem loads, regardless if it is needed or not. It is distracting and teaches kids to depends on hints rather than give them the time to figure it out on their own. This makes it a poor design. Food this or give the option to remove the automatic drop down hint window and my rating will do up.