The Girl who Played with Fire Millennium Book 2 by Stieg Larsson Nikki's Rating: 10 out of 10 Summary: Working on a story about sex trafficking, famous reporter and publisher Mikhael Blomkvist, stumbles on sensitive information that gets a colleague killed. Lisbeth Salander’s past catches up to her and she is framed for the murder of … Continue reading 10 Gutsy Things about Stieg Larsson’s “The Girl who Played with Fire”
"Lair of the Lion" by Christine Feehan Nikki's Rating: 7 out of 10 Summary: In a desperate attempt to save her brother’s life, Isabella Vernaducci agrees to marry Nicolai DeMarco. But Don DeMarco is not all that he seems. Cursed to turn into a rageful beast, DeMarco is fated to kill the one he loves … Continue reading 7 Lovely Things about Christine Feehan’s “Lair of the Lion”
While I was always that odd child, the kid that marched to the beat of their own drum, never in my life have I ever regretted being a bit unusual. On the contrary, I've spent most of my life feeling very proud to be different. But being different in medical terms is really not a … Continue reading Being a Unicorn is Not all that Magical
Just a little blurb on me: Born and raised in Northern California, Nikki Page is a self-taught artist who believes in celebrating all the little things in life and spreading magic wherever she goes. Adopted at birth, “Page” is for her biological mother who loved unconditionally and so selflessly; she gets the blame for Nikki’s … Continue reading Nikki Page, the artist
Each Holiday Season, the US produces one million tons of extra garbage a week. Between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day, we use enough ribbon to wrap the whole planet. Endless paper, plastic wrap, and cardboard are used simply shipping items from manufacturer to sellers, to buyers. Now add in possible shipping from buyer to gift … Continue reading An Environmentally-Friendly Holiday Season
"Do you believe in religion?" This is the question Fred Kat asked me last time he emailed me. And Fred, I need to apologize... You asked this question in April. I have sat down at my computer and attempted to answer this question 1000 times. And deleted everything. Every time. Is it because I'm afraid … Continue reading Religion…
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Week, I wanted to remind you all to never give up hope and be kind to one another. Last month I wrote this blog post: Curing Mental Illness, may you find comfort in realizing that you are not alone.