September 4, 2018

The Infidelity Series, by Aleatha Romig

The Infidelity series, which isn’t about cheating, is one of those series that stays with you long after the story has ended. I read book one, which ended in a cliffhanger, and then paused in reading books 2-5 because I was too anxious to find out what would happen next. Needless to say, when I finally got started—I binged books 2-4 in a weekend. Some people have Netflix, I have the written word. The story spans both the east and west coasts but primarily takes place in New York and Georgia. Initially, Alexandria “Alex/Charli” Collins meets Lennox “Nox” Dimitri while she’s on vacation with her best friend and he’s at the same resort on business. Their paths cross, innocently enough, at the…

Hawaii 2013: A Family Vacation

Our annual family vacation is my Dad, a couple of my cousins, and myself. In the quest to find the cheapest and most accommodating flight, we’ve tried everything. See, I’m in MD, my Dad’s in NJ, and my cousins are in VA. We’ve tried flying out of our respective airports—Richmond, Baltimore, and Newark. We’ve tried taking the train to NJ and then flying out on separate flights. But this year is different. We decided...

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Blog Tour & Book Review: Never Goodbye

tlfinney.com is proud to be a stop on the Kerri Williams book blog tour for Never Goodbye, an Albany Boys book. I love independent authors, I make no secret of that. So when the opportunity to be a stop on the Never Goodbye blog tour came up, I jumped at the chance to support an indie author. Upon starting the book, I was surprised to find that it falls into the young adult genre–why I...

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Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins

I love bananas! I was gonna say something like, ‘I’m banana for bananas,’ but decided it was too corny for even me–alas, I spared you, sort of. But I do love bananas, so please do not let my blatant neglect lead you to believe otherwise. Last week, I bought a bunch of bananas with the intention of eating one each day. Out of 6, I had 4 left. Instead of letting them go bad,...

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Hawaii: An Oahu Travel Guide

For those that either know me or have read the ‘About Me’ tab, you’ll know that I go to Hawaii every year with my family. I’ve been incredibly blessed and fortunate to have started traveling there when I was in middle school and as such, will be going again this summer. We have visited several islands over the years: Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and the big island of Hawaii. So, quite often, family, friends, friends...

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It’s All About the Family Reunion

So, my mother–who I miss every day of my life–was born and raised in Ansted, West Virginia. (We call it ‘Dead-sted’ because there is literally nothing to do there. I’ve seen chickens wander in the middle of the street looking for entertainment–I kid you not.) My mother, however, was proud to call herself a hillbilly, loved the Grand Ol Opry and Willie Nelson, and told me she had spent her entire life camping–which is why when I was...

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The Sarge Chronicles: Pet Safety

I’ve been meaning to post something about this topic for a while now. As you know, Sarge is my love. He’s spoiled rotten as evidenced by the photo in this post, but I have no one but myself to blame and I wouldn’t change a thing. Here’s the thing about Sarge, he’s part German Shepherd–which you can see from him markings. Shepherds are known for being loyal, among other things. Case in point, one...

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