About Karen Blue

Mother, Lover, Writer, Reviewer, Social Media Princess. Karen has been a blogger since 2010. She is a US Army veteran, a medical professional, and the mother of four. She reviews books and shares mind vomit for this blog in her ‘spare’ time. Karen lives in New England.

19 11, 2017

Weekly Wrap Up #147

By | Sunday, November 19, 2017|16 Comments

Hello Lovelies! Welcome to my weekly wrap up! This week nothing devastating happened! It was a pretty good week. I mean, I did run out of gas when I was trying to leave work one day. I didn’t get home til 6:30, but that wasn’t such a big deal. I should have got […]

18 11, 2017

#COYER Winter Switch

By | Saturday, November 18, 2017|3 Comments

COYER (clean out your e-reader) is a semi-annual challenge hosted by Berls and Michelle of Because Reading is better than real life and Stormi of Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh My! I had so much fun participating in COYER Summer Reading that I am doing it again! This time the rules are a bit […]

16 11, 2017

Review: THE PASSION OF CLEOPATRA by Anne Rice & Christopher Rice

By | Thursday, November 16, 2017|0 Comments

I have been waiting for a sequel to THE MUMMY for what seems like forever. It was originally published in 1989 and I read it around the time of its release. I was so excited to see THE PASSION OF CLEOPATRA up for review. This sequel has been highly anticipated and I am […]

12 11, 2017

Weekly Wrap Up #146

By | Sunday, November 12, 2017|20 Comments

Hello Lovelies! Welcome to my weekly wrap up! This was a rough week. Thanks to everyone who commented last week with their condolences. I spend a lot of time with my son and this was a learning experience for me. There is a side of my son that remind me so much of […]

5 11, 2017

Weekly Wrap #145

By | Sunday, November 5, 2017|25 Comments

Hello Lovelies! Welcome to my weekly wrap up! If you follow me on social media, you might have seen my posts about a tragedy that happened in my town. Thursday night my son’s best friend, a 16 year old, was shot in the head. My son was not with him, but he was […]

Load More Posts