Sunday, May 29, 2016
Here at HTYM we usually get our news from Chelsea Handler or Wendy Williams, but now that ABC has promoted David Muir as host of "20/20" and "World News," we can’t get enough facts about 'Moms Who Murder,' or that place called Libya. OK he might stand weirdly, but we can't keep our eyes off him!
Muir could be reading the back of a shampoo bottle most nights and we would be hypnotized with every word he says; now that’s reporting, and that’s one serious side part he’s got.
With his trademark brown suits and puppy dogs eyes, Muir has more than a few ladies using Google to see if he’s single and ripe for the picking. A little (gay) bird told me he plays on the lavender team; which, if true will have many women yelling into the air, “I can change him!” and many gays hooting, "what's his number?" and "is he on Facebook?"
I really don't care where Muir dips his pickle; besides his good looks and body that could make me sell my mother; Muir is a refreshing change to late night news; he seems smart but not a snob, and unlike most news people; when he smiles it really looks like he's happy; i'll take Muir's face (and anything else he wants to give) anyday over the frozen death look most TV news people give to the public.
Let's be honest, Muir could just eat a bag of Fig Newton's on air for an hour and i'd still watch, and by the good ratings he's getting, so would you.
Friday, May 13, 2016
My first #1 best seller! Tears. In honor of my first #1 book, U can now download New Year's Eve Kill, for a FREE. And please leave a quick- kind-review on Amazon after you read :)
When This Hospital Takes Your Blood—They Take Your Blood!
After getting through the busy holiday season, coffee shop owner and all around sassafras, Ethel Cunningham, suffers a fall and winds up in the notoriously rundown Christmas hospital on New Year’s Eve. There’s no holiday cheer here for the sassy sleuth as she soon realizes her roommate is trying to communicate with her from behind the bed curtains that are never open. The staff tells Ethel that the man is in a coma and has been out for a week. Then why is there odd scratching coming from the other side of the curtain?
In one of her trickiest, and heart pounding mysteries yet. Ethel is faced with one of her greatest fears—being trapped in a scary hospital where no one can hear your screams.
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