Freefall by Kristen Heitzmann: This book changed how I write. It is so amazing and so well thought-out. I hope to write something as good one day. Generally, Kristen Heitzmann is just awesome.
Addison’s Mark by Matt Kuvakos: A great darkness vs. light tale with a unique voice. Well-rounded characters and a strong plot. I really enjoyed this one, and I hope you will too.
Don’t Look Back by Lynette Eason: I read this book recently, and I was instantly hooked. It is the second book in a series, and the first book is also good, but the villain in this one is… Words cannot describe how epicly evil he is. I hate the villain, but I love to hate him, and that is a sign of a good book.
The Time Bender by Megan Fatheree: A great adventure dealing with some confusing but awesome time travel areas, as well as a good amount of sarcasm that makes it funny. Good twist at the end.
Mom’s Night Out (Starring Patricia Heaton, Sarah Drew, and Sean Astin): One of the best comedies I have seen in a very, very long time. It had me laughing (and crying) from beginning to end, and I felt like I didn’t want it to end at all. Definitely worth watching. Over and over again.
Next (Starring Nicholas Cage and Jessica Beal): You’ll see me reference this movie a lot. It’s beautifully written, superbly acted, and has one of the top 5 endings of all time.