#BookReview of Xoe: or Vampires, and Werewolves, and Demons, oh my! by Sara C. Roethle

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Sara C. Roethle reminds me of a younger version of Kim Harrison. Her book “Xoe: or Vampires, and Werewolves, and Demons, oh my!, the first book in the series, is similar to Harrison’s fantasy land. A land where both humans and mystical creatures live among each other.
The book is about how Xoe, a teenage girl, discovers that mythical creatures exist and are living in among her. Xoe must learn to accept their existence while keeping her friends safe and also dealing with her own secrets. The book is similar to the popular Twilight series as there are vampires and werewolves in a high school setting. Roethle takes it a step further by adding more creatures and keeping it somewhat friendly between them. The book is more for younger, tween audiences. It is a pretty easy read, I was able to finish it in two days. I enjoyed the book and would like to read Roethle’s next book in the series to see how she keeps the storyline going.
 I gave the book 4 stars on Goodreads and Amazon I really enjoyed the book. It is nice to read something that is not so heavy on my emotions once in a while.

Potty Training Adventures ~ Mystery of the Poop

Following the successful potty training day we had a couple days ago, my baby would like to announce that she also poops the letter “L”. I will not be posting pictures of her great success, mainly because it is a little gross. I am wondering what letter will come out of her butt next. Is it some kind of code? First the letter J and now L. I am wondering if the first ever poop which was called a frog and then a sheep has anything to do with it. Only time and the next bowel movement will tell. Now in other news….

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We attended the Toys for Tots parade yesterday. This is the best parade in Chicago. There were 100’s of bikes. It seemed smaller than last year, but still amazing. So many different motorcycles and unique helmets. I hope to actually ride in it one day. Featured image

I have started reading “Xoe: or Vampires, and Werewolves, and Demons, Oh My!” by Sara C. RoethleI have always loved fantasy books as loFeatured imageng as they are not too much into fantasy. I like to see the real world mixed into the story as well.  So far this book is exactly what I enjoy!