Source: Gray : Colors take on so many meanings. It’s literally a gray day here in New York. The sky is physically gray. Rainy day also. Sometime people have gray days. Especially when the sky is phisically gray. Some people need the sun to thrive. Everyone is different. Personally whatever kind of day it is I can roll with it. The sky is gray but I’m still pleasantly content. Life is what you make it. Make gray days great.
This is an enticing book to read because of the twist and turns it takes. Just when you think you have it figured out, you don’t. The book revolves around 2 young women that can never meet. These two characters are well developed initially. The others you get to know what you need to know. Some in more detail than others.
Abuse, murder and revenge go on throughout the book. Plus there is an underlying weirdness lingering in this book. I voluntarily wrote this review. I would like to thank the publisher and author for my complimentary copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
Source: Zip: I zip to my blog to discuss zip. A word I’ve never though about but is crucial to our language. No better way to describe getting right there, zip. Such a simple unassuming word. You can zip virtually like I did to get here. You can zip to the store physically to pick up coffee so you can stay awake and zip around. What a word!
Source: Avid: Avid if dedicated to something. Giving it your all. I am an avid reader. This lead me to being an avid book reviewer. It ihis avidness that has brought me into the world of blogging. This is how I wound up in your email. Have a good day/night.
Harmonyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yla1zxRLfl8&feature=shareSource: Harmony: When everything comes together and works. Musical instruments and vocalist that put together something that’s pleasing to the mind, spirit and body. Harmony is people who can be together iust to be together and find pleasure in doing so. Harmony is when a group of anything or anyone just works together. The 1960’s Coke commercial is harmony.