My name is Lisa and I’m a Kindle-holic. It does NOT help that Amazon’s One-Click feature fuels my addiction. I have over 300 books on my Kindle with about 32 of them I have deemed TBRS (to be read soon) in addition to the 6 books that are releasing this month that are already on my TBR list. And then there are book blogs. Oh dear God in Heaven; the book blogs. These beautiful people who also help fuel my addiction by posting teasing little blurbs on social media, excerpts on their blogs tempting me…calling me…HELP ME!! I finished At Any Price, by Brenna Aubrey, then One-Clicked book 2, At Any Turn…serial books aren’t helping me either. Will I ever finish any thing???

How hypocritical do I sound guys? I mean geezus on the mainline I am doing the exact same thing to you all. With these reviews, excerpts, give-aways etc. I’m an enabler and I’m not ashamed. I love my books. I love reading them, talking about them, posting here about them. I love reading other book blogs and reviews. I love to see if I feel the same way about a book as others. I love reading different POVs of the same book. I think authors are brilliant. Most women are groupies for actors, musicians and models. Hanging out backstage, hotels, movie sets etc., not me, I standing in lines, sitting in the heat with pit-stains waiting to get my Kindle cover signed that’s my idea of groupie love. Being able to get an ARC and holding my breath every time I get an email with the advance copy attachment gives me a bookgasm. Fangirling to the point of being speechless when I met Colleen Hoover, Abbi Glines and Jamie McGuire is, again, my idea of Groupie love.

So One-Click as much as I want to hate you, I love you with all my heart and this is one addiction I don’t think I will ever be able to kick.

Stalking the tour bus..
Stalking the tour bus..
Trying to be cool..hiding my pit stains
Trying to be cool..hiding my pit stains
My prized possession
My prized possession