I’m really excited for Breathe, Annie, Breathe because I sooo want to love running. I don’t hate it, but I don’t feel like I really love it. I’d love to love it though, you know? So I think Breathe, Annie, Breathe has a pretty cool synopsis and sounds like a total “me” book!
Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally
Going Low Carb!
My husband and I have decided to try eating low carb for a while. We’re not that far into it, but here are a few things we’ve been making so far:
All the eggs!
We’ve had these scrambled eggs twice so far and they’re AMAZING! I used to always be super picky with my scrambled eggs and have them 100% plain, or add ham. But I’m starting to become a bit more adventurous. They’re super delicious with peppers, green onion, and bacon.
Oh my gosh, I’m totally making these again! I followed a method from I Breathe… I’m Hungry. Sadly I didn’t make the actual meatballs since we already had some premade ones in the freezer we wanted to use. But I’d never made them that particular way before with the mozzarella on top. They were delish! I can’t wait to do them again, and maybe I’ll actually make the meatballs next time.
Low Carb Tacos
Tacos without the shell! I put mince, seasoning, peppers, cheese, and a bit of salsa inside the lettuce. Then I could still pick it up and eat it like a taco!
Behind the Screen
I made an appearance over on Gypsy Reviews doing a Behind the Screen interview. If you want to learn more about my design process, check it out. 🙂 It’s kind of funny because I actually answered the questions several months ago and I’d forgotten EVERYTHING I said. So I enjoyed rereading my answers.
Sadly, the LitRate campaign didn’t make it. 🙁 We came out at just over $7,000, which is AMAZING, but not enough for our project. 🙁
A lot of people have been asking me if I’ll pursue the idea anyway, and the answer is no. As much as I would LOVE to see LitRate happen (and heck, I really want to use it myself!!), I just can’t see it succeeding if we don’t have a good source of book data. What’s the point of a new site if you have to constantly check Goodreads for more accurate/complete book data anyway?