Hey there everyone! Thanks so much for stopping by my little corner of the web! I have been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. When I was in elementary school I remember volunteering at the library and walking there every day after school. I would catalog books and read every moment I could. Over the years, as I was having my sweet babies, I fell away from my love affair with books. It's sad really when I think about it. I just thought I didn't have the time...but everyone knows you make time for the things you want to make time for. I will never forgive myself for the years I lost, but I am sooo grateful for the friends that made me read the Twilight books a few years ago. It was that series that put me back in the book zone and I have never looked back! I have now made time to read, and I always will.
I am a sucker for a good romance...and boys that make me swoon. I read all types of genres from paranormal, romance, young adult and even some Christian fiction. The only thing that turns me off from a book is a story without hope. I know that life isn't all sunshines and rainbows, but I am of the belief that there is always hope and always happy endings, even if only in the sense that things are what you make of them. As a person who has struggled with anxiety and depression on a clinical level, I just don't feel the need to torment myself by reading something that takes me back to a place I was a couple years ago. I don't mean to say that conflict can't happen in a story...because well that is just crazy! Everyone has conflict and unhappiness. There is a difference in how people deal with it though and I want strong characters and...hope. Always hope.
**Disclaimer: Due to personal reasons I am using an anonymous name for this blog and for facebook and good reads, etc. I DID NOT start using an anonymous name in order to promote authors and books dishonestly. Everything you read here and anywhere else under the name "Eliza Greer" is 100% how I feel and totally honest! If something gets a great review from it's because I loved it and vice versa.**