Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Double Cover Reveal: A Guitly Ghost Suprised & They All Fally Down

It is with great pleasure and a thrill in our hearts that Gwen Gardner and I (Angela Brown *hugs*) reveal the covers for our follow up stories to our currently available novels: Givin' Up the Ghost (Gwen) and Neverlove (Angela)

*cue drumroll*

A GUILTY GHOST SURPRISED by Gwen Gardner (Add to Goodreads)

An Angel Among Us
Paranormal happenings at the Eady household are the norm. Recently, things have become downright peculiar. Childish giggles at odd hours of the night lead Indigo Eady to her little cousin, Bryan, a guileless cherub spirit, complete with Spider Man pajamas and a set of faux angel wings. The problem is that Bryan died nearly three years ago in a hit and run that killed him and his mum. The driver was never found.  Now the gang must solve the mystery of his death in order to send him back to heaven.  But where to start when the trail is three years cold?
Indigo Eady
Indigo Eady is not clumsy. At least, that’s what she keeps telling everyone. Can she help that the overactive spirit community of Sabrina Shores causes her psychic abilities to short-circuit? It’s unfortunate that her cute friend Badger is often on the receiving end of her mishaps. At times, she is positively hazardous to his health. Even so, sparks fly in more than one direction.

THEY ALL FALL DOWN by Angela Brown (Add to Goodreads)
Abby and Basil: New love reaches new heights as they finally give in to their lust and desire for each other.

Q: Consumed by the Devourer within and his base need to claim Abby as his own.

The crave: What it all boils down to. A crave for souls. A crave to keep love intact beyond betrayals. A crave for a second chance. A crave for power and The Fall of mankind.

“Love can conquer all” is put to the test and salvation may be impossible when it’s “ashes, ashes…they all fall down.”

About Gwen
Gwen Gardner is a native Californian living in sunny San Diego, where her love of reading and writing led to a BA in English literature. Life is now complete with her husband, two dogs and a daily call from her daughter.

Since ghosts feature prominently in her young adult Indigo Eady Paranormal “Cozy” Mystery series, she has a secret desire to meet one face to face - but will run screaming for the hills if she ever does. Gwen adores travel and experiencing the cultures and foods of different countries. She is always up for an adventure and anything involving chocolate - not necessarily in that order.
Haunt at the following: Blog | Twitter | Facebook

About Angela
Angela is a lover of Wild Cherry Pepsi and chocolate/chocolate covered delicious-ness. Steampunk, fantasy and paranormal to contemporary - mostly young adult - fill her growing library of books. Mother to a rambunctious darling girl aptly nicknamed Chipmunk, life stays busy. Her favorite quote keeps her moving: "You may never know what results come of your action, but if you do nothing there will be no result." ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Haunt at the following: Blog | Twitter | Facebook

Monday, 26 August 2013

Monday Muse: Air, Fire, Earth and Water Benders = Awesomeness

I am a HUGE fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender--The Nickeledeon animated series, created and produced by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko.  I was introduced to this series by my son almost two years ago. My life changed drastically after that. (At least my TV-watching life)

 In this world, there are four kingdoms, each represented by elemental powers: Air Nomads, Fire Nation, Earth Kingdom and Water Tribes. Each kingdom has 'benders' who control the element. There is only one person capable of controlling all the elements.
The Avatar.

When an Avatar dies, he is reincarnated into the next Kingdom in the Avatar Cycle.  If the Avatar is killed while in the Avatar State --a state triggered as a self-defense mechanism, the cycle ceases, meaning, no Avatars.

 Years ago--like way, way back -- the kingdoms lived in peace with the Avatar's guidance, until the Fire Nation Lord Sozin thought,  "Hey, why don't we  expand our territory?" One Person thwarted his plans: The Avatar. So he waited until this Avatar passed on, then decided to strike again. But then he learned that a new Avatar had been reborn in the Air Nomads.  He wiped the entire Air Nomads population  in search of this new Avatar. Luckily Aang, only twelve years old and frightenend by his responsibilities as the new Avatar had already fled with his flying Bison.

One word describes this series: Genius! If you like Fantasy or are planning to write in the Fantasy genre, or just curious, I would highly recommend this series.

 This series follows the adventures of Aang, the last Airbender Tribe.

Just look at this face. Isn't he adorable?? Does he look a boy capable of  defeating the mighty Evil Firelord whose Intention is to rule the world? Probably not. Not at first though. 

Aang is hilarious and playful, (he reminds me of a kitten), a typical twelve year old, trying to fit in the world both as the Avatar and a pre-adolescent boy. He is so positive about life (Maybe because his Mentor was a monk) Even when something bad  happens, he quickly bounces back to his forever joyful self. He goes through so much that everytime he appears on the screen, I just want to reach inside the Telly and hug him.

The story kicks off when two sibblings, Katara and Sokka  from the Southern Water Tribe happen to find an iceberg . They smash it open only to find it's Aang and his Bison. Apparently when Aang left his home years ago, he was trapped in a storm, fell into the sea and was frozen inside an iceberg. When he eventually learns what happened to his people, the Air Nomads, he is compeletely devastarted. From then on, they embark on a mission to save the world from the the current Fire Lord Ozai.

 Sokka, the elder sibling is ridiculously funny. He has no water bending power whatsoever, and uses humour to cover for this arkwardness. Katara the younger sibling brims with power, but she needs to learn to control her Water bending.

Then there is the tortured prince, Prince Zuko.  Behold the flames, and that stance. O O.

 Prince Zuko is a Firebender and also Firelord Ozai's son. Zuko relentlessly purses Aang and his friends, and thwarts any progress they make.

The character arc in this series is pure brilliance. Zuko, the son who craves acceptance to finally the exiled prince, who defects from the Fire Nation and joins the Avatar. He also plays 'Robin hood' in this series, which just shows he isn't such a bad guy beneath all that brooding and scowling.

Aang the Boy who, once upon a time fled in fear of his responsibilities, finally accepted his role in life and worked toward stopping the Firelord.

Sokka, the hilarious non-bender learns that one doesn't need to any Kind of power to be powerful. The power lies inside all of us.
I found the whole concept of four nations very unique, plus the creativity used when bending the elements. Martial Arts!! . I think I need to stop raving,,LOL. This is a wonderful storyline, filled with twists and turns and subplots you won't see them coming until they crash into you..

Happy Monday!

Thursday, 22 August 2013

Swoon Thursday (3)

Wohoo! It's Thursday, which means, it's time to get our Swoon on. :D  SWOON Thursday is hosted by YA Bound.

If you would like to take part in this hot & fun meme, here are the rules:

From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering.

Shout it out on Twitter with the hashtag #YABound, post it here in the comments, or grab the steamy button above and share it on your blog. We want to know!

This week, I decided to reread

just because it's one hell of a book. The swoon moments in this book are too many--All have to do with Étienne.

So here is my swoon:

"If you ask me to kiss you, I will," he says.

His fingers stroke the inside of my wrists, and I burst into flames.

"Kiss me," I say.

He does.

We are kissing like crazy. Like our lives depend on it. His tongue Slips inside my mouth, gentle but demanding, and it's nothing like I've ever experienced, and I suddenly understand why peopledescribe kissing as melting because every square Inch of my body dissolves into his. My fingers grip his hair, pulling him closer. My veins throb and my heart explodes. I have never wanted anyone like this before. Ever.

He pushes me backward and we're lying down, making out in front of the children with their balloons and the old men with their chess sets and tourists with the laminated maps and I don't care, I don't care about any of that.

All Iwant is Étienne.

The next section:

I want to breathe him, lick him, eat him, drink him. His lips taste like honey. His face has the slightest bit of stubble and it rubs my skin but I don't care, I don't care at all. He feels wonderful. His hands are everywhere, and it doesn't matter that his mouth is already on top of mine, I want him closer closer closer.

WOW! **takes a deep breath.*

So what's your SWOON? Please leave your link on the comments section and I will make sure to drop by.

Monday, 19 August 2013

Cover Reveal: Retribution by Amy Thompson


Book Summary
Regan Edison has just moved from California, to enter her first year at Georgia Liberty College, the place where jacked up Chevy trucks and hunting are a way of life. Regan hopes to start a new life for herself and she thinks that Georgia is just the place to do it. That is until she meets an unexpected stranger.

Colter Hayes is a member of the Collectors, a group of wrongfully punished lost souls. Colter and the rest of his team, Finn, Kaiden and Devon, work for the Requiem Council who pass judgment on those souls that are neither tagged for Heaven nor Hell. The Council has charged the Collectors with finding the lost in exchange for a chance at redemption.

When an ex-councilmember known to pass Retribution on lost souls sets his sights on Regan, the Requiem Council dispatches the Collectors to Georgia to work as protectors for Regan. The Collectors must fight to save Regan from a fate they know all too well, but can they work to earn back their chance at redemption or are their fates sealed forever?

Who is meant for Heaven? 

Who is meant for Hell? 

And who is just lost?

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Author/Book Pages

About the Author.
Amy Thompson graduated from Randolph-Macon College with her B.S. in Biology. She currently works as a high school mentor and is earning her M.S. in Higher Education from Drexel University. Amy is a first time, self-published author of Retribution, a new adult paranormal romance novel that is the first in the Lost Souls series. She lives in Southern Virginia with her family and two lazy cats. Amy Thompson is currently working on the next book in the Lost Souls series and continues to be an avid reader of all things books.

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Friday Fantastic: Bloggers Rockers featuring Samantha Martin

Happy Friday!! Friday Fantastic is back, and this time around I will be hosting bloggers I've met through my blogging endevours, as well as, while interacting on the blosphere as an author. I feel so lucky to have met wonderful people who I chat about books with, or sometimes just sip virtual Margaritas and/or Jägermeister, get tipsy and babble stuff that make sense to us (but probably wouldn't, if any other person was listening in.)

 My first Feature is Samantha Martin. I met Samantha a while back when she offered to help me out with A Need So Insatiable cover reveal and let me tell you, this Girl is AMAZING! So before I go deeper into fan-girling mode--and I have a tendency to do that, let me introduce you to Sam. :)

Welcome, Sam. I am so excited to have you here with us.  Could you please tell us a little about yourself?

My name is Samantha Martin. I live in North Carolina in right in the middle of Hanging Rock State Park. I am a Library Assistant for Walnut Cove Public Library, which is part of the Northwestern Regional Library System. We have thirteen member libraries that span four counties. I am thirty-one, married, and have three beautiful children (five if you count the dog and the cat J).I began blogging to help promote literay in Young Adults. This is how my young adult book review blog, Teen Blurb, was born. I have an adult book review site as well,  Faerie Tale Books. Blogging has opened my eyes to a whole new literary world. I have meet so many great readers and authors during my journey. I absolutely love it! Being able to show my support to Indie authors has been awesome. There are so many great authors out there with such wonderful stories that just need a chance.

My husband Chris and me

This is essentially my backyard.

  My little wild chidren!

What a lovely family! Your kids are adorable. :)  And wild... wild is fantastic! :)

So, I like to read anything that catches my eye. Do you have any specific genres you enjoy reading more than others?
I am a romantic at heart so I love stories that have some kind of romance in it. Genrewise I read about anything. I love Young Adult, New Adult, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, and Erotica. Book Covers are what usually draw me to a book first. I also go by reviews and recommendations. My favorite authors include Jennifer L. Armentrout, Abbi Glines, Julie Kenner, Sylvia Day, Georgia Cates, and of course you CeCe!

Before I settle down to read a book, I usually make sure that the sofa – I do have a specific one in the living room. And the kids know it..LOL – I arrange the pillows in a certain way that my body just sinks in for the long ride, then grab a bottle of pepsi or my favourite, raspberry juice.

LOL.. I have a specific sofa too. So when I find the Kids sitting on it, I let out this growl that has them scampering away.. :D Do you have any rituals  you do before snuggling in with a book?
I usually prop myself up in my bed to read. I live in a rather small house (which we are hoping to expand). We only have two bedrooms and there are five of us squeezed in there. Yikes! Lol. Other than that there isn’t anything special that iIdo. I do make sure my Hello Kitty mini fridge (which is bedside my bed) is stokced full of Pepsi Ones and I have some Trix cereal nearby (I am woefully addicted to it)!

Oh gosh, thank you, Sam.I'm really humbled, and honoured, and very very glad you enjoy reading my books. :)
  My book shelves look like the eighth wonder of the world – leaning to the side and sagging dangerously. How does your bookshelf look like? Would you like to share a photo?
I am right there with you CeCe. I probably have over 2000 books on my bookshelves. I love to be surrounded by books. I love their smell and how it feels to have one in my hands.

That is my youngest, Kaylee. She always wants to be in pictures. Such a Ham J The book cases are floor to ceiling, and most of the shelves arelayered with two rows of books.

Kaylee is so pretty! She reminds me of my daughter. She loves to be in every time someone has a camera on their hand, she is there.
Although I fill my kindle with ebooks, I am a collector of paperbacks, and hard back copies. I can’t resist the smell of freshly printed paper (too yummy) Ebooks or Print?
I am the same way. I have over 3000 books on my Kindle, but I love Print books the best. I love the smell as welll! There is nothing like holding a book in my hands and getting lost in whatever world for the moment!

 LOL.. yeah I remember us laughing about having so many books on Kindle, but unable to resist one-clicking. Do you have a specific genre you like to Review?
I love to review the same genres that I read, but I will give anybook a chance!

 Thank you so much, Samantha! <3
 If you have time, please drop by to say hi to this lovely lady. She's fantastic and so much fun to hang around with.
Have a lovely Weekend!

Swoon Thursday (2)

I'm back again this Thursday with another Swoon-steal-my-breath excerpt of the book I'm currently reading. SWOON Thursday is hosted by YA Bound.

If you would like to take part in this hot & fun meme, here are the rules:

From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering.

Shout it out on Twitter with the hashtag #YABound, post it here in the comments, or grab the steamy button above and share it on your blog. We want to know!

My first swoon: BET ME by Jennifer Cruise

Her face was blissful, her mouth soft and pouted, her full lower lip glazed with icing, and as she teased the last of the chocolate from her lip, Cal heard a rushing in his ear. The rush became a whisper--THIS one--and he breathed deeper, and before she could open her eyes, he leaned in and kissed her, tasting the chocolate and the heat of her mouth, and she froze for a Moment and then kissed him back, sweet and insistent, blanking out all coherent thought. He let the taste and the scent and the warmth of her wash over him, drowning in her, and when she finally pulled back, he almost fell into her lap.

My second swoon is from my upcoming Paranormal Romance HOMECOMING.

His hands left her arms and cupped her face like she was something fragile. Something beautiful. Someone loved and wanted. His gaze dropped to her mouth, and he trailed his thumb over her lower lip, transfixed. A smile tugged the corners of his lips as his mouth came crashing down on hers, rough like his voice and impatient and desperate. His tongue swept across her lips, seeking entrance, and she opened up to him, claiming her, caressing, fighting to dominate. Showing her how much he’d missed her, telling her she was his. He deepened the kiss, sliding his hands to her hips and pulling her flush to his body, his claws digging into her skin. The kiss, the way he held her, reminded her of the last kiss he’d bestowed on her before she left him. Passionate. Reverent. Tender. Her hands slid up to circle his neck, pulling him lower, wanting more, Everything. Her fingers skated their way up to dig into his cropped hair. Gods, she was powerless to him.

What's your swoon? Be sure to leave your link and I'll hop over to check it out. Thursday is all about swooning. :D

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Cover Reveal: A Message of Flowers by Rachel Walter

Hello friends! Today I'm Hosting Rachel Water's cover reveal for her upcoming NA Contemporary Romance, A Message Of Flowers.

I LOVE this cover. It's simple and yet portrays some romance in it.Love the font as well. Storyline soudns fantastic. Look Forward to reading Rachel's book.

White Carnations - pure love, sweet and lovely.

Daisy - Innocence, beauty, simplicity.

To florist, Georgina Nickols, every flower has a meaning and a purpose. Flowers are something she knows, lives, and breathes. But when they start mysteriously showing up on her porch, she’s unsure of their meaning, and of who is leaving them.

What do these flowers mean to the messenger?

An old friend from high school, Corbin Waylay, moves back to town. When he shows up, he stirs up all kinds of trouble for Georgina. Her life-long friend, Sid Trail, hates him and makes that fact clear to Georgina. But despite the warnings from her friend, she just can’t help the feelings that resurface. The feelings she hasn’t felt for anyone since high school graduation, the feelings that only Corbin can induce.

As Corbin moves closer into her life, it causes a rift between her and Sid. The mystery flowers continue to appear and begin to add to the stresses of life.

Love, secrets, pain, and lies surround Georgina, putting her trust to the test.

When the messenger is finally revealed, will the meaning of the flowers be enough to repair the damage of those hidden secrets?

Forget Me Nots - Remember me forever, good memories, hope.

Single Red Rose - I love you
Expected Release Winter 2013

Author Bio

Rachel lives in Central Pennsylvania, is a stay at home mom, has a wonderful husband, total of 4 kids, 3 of which are step kids. She’s a true Pittsburgh Penguins and Steelers fan. She’s an insomniac that loves coffee, Johnny Depp movies and bonfires, dislikes driving on the interstate, bugs of any kind, and a too quiet house. When she’s not playing with the people inside her head, making her family think she belongs in the loony bin or writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, finding new music, new books, helping someone or plotting something equally crazy with her Critique Partners. Be sure to check out her debut YA Paranormal True Connection.






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Friday, 9 August 2013

These Things About Us by Laura Beege


Today, I'm super excited to take part in Laura Beege's These Things About Us tour. I met Laura on Twitter a while back, and let me tell you, this girl is AWESOME!! Congrats on your debut, Laura. For a Chance to win a copy of These Things About Us, the rafflecopter is located at the bottom of this post.


Author: Laura Beege
Expected Release Date: August, 04, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Category: New Adult
Book description:
Antonia is leaving the last shards of her life in Tucson behind to find her mother and start over. Turns out that's easier said than done. London is a pretty big city, a hundred bucks don't get you far and you can't just make your past disappear.
When sweet and caring uni student Wesley gets her a job and a room in his father's pub, Tony is unprepared for his older brother Trace who despises her at first sight. She's unprepared for someone whose secrets might be darker than her own.
Following a path of breadcrumbs and tangling up in Trace's past, Tony slips back into a world she thought she'd escaped the day her father went to prison.

About the author, Laura Beege:
 Laura likes to call herself an international girl. She grew up in an Asian/European family in Germany, spent some time as an exchange student in France, moved to England after graduation and eventually landed back in Germany, where she’s currently working on her degree in Theater & Film. No matter where she will be next year (Manhattan?) or the years after that (Italy?), she intends to keep on writing.

She loves hearing from readers!

Twitter | Goodreads | Blog

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Thursday, 8 August 2013

The Fairest Of Them All by Carolyn Turgeon

Publisher: Touchstone

Release Date: August 6th, 2013

Synopsis via Goodreads:

What if Rapunzel was Snow White’s evil stepmother? From the author of Godmother and Mermaid, The Fairest of Them All explores what happens when fairy tale heroines grow up and don’t live happily ever after.

Living in an enchanted forest, Rapunzel spends her days tending a mystical garden with her adoptive mother, Mathena. A witch, Mathena was banished from court because of her magic powers, though the women from the kingdom still seek her advice and herbal remedies. She waits, biding her time to exact revenge against those who betrayed her.

One day Rapunzel’s beautiful voice and long golden locks captivate a young prince hunting in the forest nearby. Overcome, he climbs her hair up to her chamber and they fall into each other’s arms. But their afternoon of passion is fleeting, and the prince must return to his kingdom, as he is betrothed to another.

Now king, he marries his intended to bring peace to his kingdom. They have a stunning daughter named Snow White. Yet the king is haunted by his memories of Rapunzel, and after the mysterious death of his wife, realizes he is free to marry the woman he never stopped longing for. In hopes of also replacing the mother of his beloved daughter, the king makes Rapunzel his queen.

But when Mathena’s wedding gift of an ancient mirror begins speaking to her, Rapunzel falls under its evil spell, and the king begins to realize that Rapunzel is not the beautiful, kind woman he
dreamed of.

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Carolyn Turgeon is the author of five novels: Rain Village (2006), Godmother: The Secret Cinderella Story (2009), Mermaid (2011), which is being developed for film by Sony Pictures, and The Next Full Moon (2012), her first and only book for middle-grade readers. Her latest novel, The Fairest of Them All, comes out in August 2013 from Touchstone/Simon & Schuster and is about Rapunzel growing up to be Snow White's stepmother. She lives in Pennsylvania and New York and teaches fiction writing at the University of Alaska at Anchorage's Low-Residency MFA program. She's currently at work on a new novel about Dante's Beatrice, set in thirteenth-century Florence.

Visit Carolyn's website at

 Visit Carolyn's mermaid blog at



(1) Signed paperback of The Fairest Of Them All by Carolyn Turgeon.

 *The giveaway will be international*
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The Ghost by Christine Rains --Book Blitz

Hello Friends! Today I have the pleasure to host Christine Rains. The Ghost is the last book in the 13th Floor series. I just love the storylines, and how each book focuses on different characters. I hope to start this series soon.

Title: The Ghost (The 13th Floor series, #6)

Author: Christine Rains

Genre: paranormal romance

Release date: July 13th, 2013


 Chiharo Black lives with six supernatural tenants in a haunted building's mysterious thirteenth floor. Of course, no one knows she's there except the cats. Being a ghost can be a bit frustrating and lonely, but it isn't as bad as her mother made it out to be.

Until another ghost intrudes on her territory. Jeremy Emerson wants revenge on the vampire that killed him and won't stop until he has it. To top it off, a nightmarish shade sneaks in and leeches the energy from the building's residents before setting its sights on Chiharo and the thirteenth floor. She can't decide which one is more frightening: the one wanting to eat her soul or the one who might win her heart.

Chiharo must convince Jeremy to stand with her against the hellish parasite. If they cannot work together, the greedy fiend will not only drain their energy but everything that supports the thirteenth floor's existence.

Purchase links:

 Author Bio:

Christine Rains is a writer, blogger, and geek mom. She has four degrees which help nothing with motherhood, but make her a great Jeopardy player. When she's not writing or reading, she having adventures with her son or watching cheesy movies on Syfy Channel. She's a member of Untethered Realms and S.C.I.F.I. The 13th Floor series is her first self-published series. She has eight novellas and twenty-one short stories published.




Wednesday, 7 August 2013

What's Up Wednesday

Welcome to  What's Up Wednesday, a weekly meme started by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk. If you'd like to join this fun meme, please head over to Jaime's blog to sign in the linky list. :)   

What I'm reading:

The last two weeks while I was onvacation I finished reading Dare You To by Katie McGarry , Charade by Nyrae Dawn, Hopeless and Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover. Fantastic reads!! I will be reviewing these books  in the following ddays.
Currently, I'm reading:

I'm about 4% in the story. I'm liking it so far.

What I'm writing:
I'm working on edits for my paranormal romance Homecoming. (The gorgeous cover on the right with the panther-Girl. :D ) It's a mix of steam punk and fantasy, though used in very small doses because this installment revolves around the main characters, Levian and Sera.
I'm also working on my NA/Adult contemporary romance. The first draft should be ready by next week.  I rewrote the first chapter. I think ist more stronger, and displays the character's conflict quite well.
I would like to share a snippet from the story, but this time, it's from the male POV.  Rafael, 24 year old, hates
My goal for the coming week is to complete the draft. I have about 20 pages to go, so I hope -no-- I'm determined to finish this.
What else I've been up to:
My kiddies and I vacationed in Malta from the 21st July to 2nd August. and OMgosh! Gorgeous, awesome, beautiful...I am out of words to describe how über-fantastic that place is. Malta has a very rich history. I will blog about it in the coming weeks and post photos. In the meantime..this is the beauty I woke up to every morning
This is me and my daughter at Hagar Qim Temple in Malta.
How about you? What have you been upto?