Girls just want to have fun, boys just want to have fun, everyone just wants to have fun! The Hop and Squeak Pogo Jumper will have everyone having a jumping good time.
This is great for both outdoors and indoors and is made from soft, durable foam that squeaks with every hop. The bungee will accommodate all heights and will support up the 250 pounds. Yes, I know that this is for kids, but us adults can have fun with this pogo also. Grab one or multiple pogo's for family and friend races.
I'm off to jump and laugh....
If you are one of the millions of readers who read the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, I'm sure that you will have already purchased and read this book, if not you should.
Grey is the story that you already know but told through the eyes of Christian Grey, with his words, thoughts, dreams and perspectives. I found that the story was more interesting from this angle then from the voice of Ana. I don't know if it is because Christian is more interesting or if his character is just more complicated and has a more screwed up past.
This title has already sold millions in its first week and I'm sure will continue to be the "hot" summer erotic read. I will make a note. Just like the first set of books, you as a reader will see that this book needed a good editor. Spelling and grammar mistakes might drive you crazy, but it is still a must read if you're a fan.
WOW. Michelle Miller has hit a home run with her debut novel, The Underwriting.
The worlds of Wall Street and Silicon Valley are the backdrop to this story of greed, dysfunction, social media, and the people who work in these areas. The characters in this novel are not decent people, they might have been good if their environment was different, but the world of huge amounts of money make them all a@@ho*%#s. Start-ups, new Apps, and the big money that funds them is a breeding ground for dysfunction.
When the creator of the newest “HOT’ app, Hook, has decided to take the shares public he enlists L. Cecil’s company to help with the IPO. At the same time Kelly Jacobson, a Hook user, is found dead in her dorm room. Could this death be linked to the company going public?
What follows is a novel filled with sex, back room deals, secrets, billions of dollars, and the security of the web site.
Forgiveness...can be life changing, scary, soul cleansing, and fulfilling. Sweet Forgiveness by Lori Nelson Spielman is a beautiful story that explores a woman’s decision to search her heart, mind, and soul after the Forgiveness Stones craze enters her life. When talk show host Hannah Farr receives a pouch with two forgiveness stones and a letter, she must decide if she can forgive a childhood wrong and then ask herself if she is ready to open old wounds and send a letter and stone to the mother who has been out of her life since being a teenager. While debating what to do, she starts questioning the past and reevaluating the present, all while trying to keep her television job, her romantic relationship and her personal persona from crashing down around her.
Letters to the Lost, the debut novel by Iona Grey, is a breath-taking, gorgeous, and deeply moving novel that spans sixty years, from World War 2 England until the present day. The two powerful, engaging stories of love and loss, which are told in a duel-time narrative, are tied together by letters.
Within the first couple of pages I was hooked. If I wasn't reading this book I was thinking about it and its wonderful characters.
A MUST read for 2015!
In the novel Bittersweet, Colleen McCullough (The Thorn Birds) explores the bonds of four sisters in 1920s Australia. Edda and Grace are twins, along with their sisters Tufts and Kitty, who are also twins, leave their family home and enter nursing school together.
Each sister has a different goal in this historical saga: Edda wants to be a doctor, Grace wants to be a wife with a houseful of children, Tufts wants independence and knowledge, and Kitty wants to be known for something other than her beauty.
What the sisters find is love, disappointment, financial problems, missing husbands, miscarriages, and that sisterhood means everything.
I had a fun time reading Scared Scriptless by Alison Sweeney, who a lot of you know from The Biggest Loser and also her years on Days of Our Lives.
Super-organized Maddy Carson is a script supervision on televisions biggest hit , The Wrong Doctor. She loves her job, if not the world of "Hollywood" and has a rule never to date anyone in the business.
However a budding romance with an executive of the company she works for, and the addition of the wildly handsome and sexy new actor on the show, have her rethinking that rule. To make matters even more complicated she is asked to come up with an idea for a reality television show. She decides to involve her hometown of Wolf as the setting for the show. She just knows that it would be a hit and help the small ski resort town bring people back and help businesses and people that she loves.
She isn't ready for backstabbing, secret agendas, deception, or support from someone she meets in a bar.
I enjoy going on wine tours and going to wineries. We are lucky enough to live in beautiful Northern Michigan, and you don't have to drive more than half on hour to be able to visit a wonderful winery. What would you do if you were taking a peaceful walk around the grapes and you discovered a dead body? In Michigan author Aaron Stander's newest Ray Elkins thriller, Murder in the Merlot, one dead body found among the vineyard has the Sheriff linking wine to greed. Purchase the book and pour yourself a glass of wine , and enjoy this fast paced mystery.
As an added bonus Aaron will visit Saturn Booksellers on July 4th, 11:30am - 1:30 pm. Remember to put this on your calendar and come visit with him and have your book (or books) signed.
How well can two sisters really know each other? In A Good Killing, sex-crimes prosecutor Anna Curtis comes back to her small Michigan hometown to prove that her younger sister Jody didn't murder the local football coach.
As Anna investigates the coach's death, she starts to reveal secrets that the town holds, secrets that could jeopardize the memory of the hometown hero, and secrets that could prove that the sister that she knows and loves could be a cold-hearted killer.
A Good Killing has every dimension that a fast-paced legal thriller should have; suspense, secrets, lies, intricately weaved storyline, and a strong character that will reveal the truth at any cost.
With the British royal family in the news it isn't surprising that someone would write a fan fiction novel about them. Bloggers Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan (Go Fug Yourself) have written a witty, fun-filled, delightful story that just screams Wills and Kate.
The storyline is simple: America girl moves to Oxford , where she meets, befriends and falls in love with the Prince. But, the path to happily ever after for Bex and Nick is a bumpy one when you factor in the tabloids, paparazzi, crazy friends and family members.
I had a blast reading this novel. Enough said.