Saturday, December 19, 2015

Jk Rowlings Teaser Trailer


J.K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them


J.K. Rowling has said that the film will start in New York, around 1920, seventy years before the Harry Potter series, and will feature Newton Scamander as a main character. It is unclear whether the rest of the film will be set in New York.[5] Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them tells us that Scamander had been travelling the world in research of magical creatures since 1918, culminating with the publication of his masterpiece in 1927.

Warner Bros approached Rowling about using the book for a film, from which she pitched "an idea that [she] couldn't dislodge".[5] Upon returning to Harry Potter for the first time since 2007, Rowling commented: "I always said that I would only revisit the wizarding world if I had an idea that I was really excited about and this is it."[5] She stated that the idea of seeing Scamander "realised by another author was difficult," hence her decision to be the film's screenwriter. As of the film's announcement, there is no set date for when it might go into production.[6]

On March 29, 2014, The New York Times reported the adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be a trilogy.[7]

On May 13, 2014, it was announced the first film will be released on November 18, 2016.[3]

On 6 October, 2014, J. K. Rowling posted the cryptic message "Cry, foe! Run amok! Fa awry! My wand won’t tolerate this nonsense." on her official Twitter account.[8] She confirmed the following day that this message was a riddle, and the solution, while not part of the script, was the first sentence of a synopsis of Newt Scamander's story.[9] The anagram was solved later that day, with Rowling confirming the solution of "Newt Scamander only meant to stay in New York for a few hours.


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Movie Synopsis



The story revolves around Newt Scamander's arrival at the Magical Congress of the United States of America, for a meeting with an important official. Central to the story and this meeting is a magically expanded briefcase which houses a number of dangerous creatures and their habitats. When the creatures escape from the briefcase, it sends the American wizarding authorities after Newt, and it threatens even further the state of magical and non-magical relations, which is already in a dangerous place, due to the threatening presence of the fanatical extremist group that call themselves, in short, "The Second Salemers". The story tells of what effect this devastating mistake has on the state of wizard/No-Maj (the American term for a non-magical person) relations in New York City's community of wizards and witches in 1926, the effort to correct the mistake, and the horrors of the resultant increase in violence, fear, and tension felt between magical and non-magical peoples.


The film will be released on 18, November 2016, in 3D and the new IMAX




Side Note:

I love that this movie is going to be a part of another trilogy but last I heard Rowling was supposed to release the war Potters parents were a part of. This series wasn't supposed to come out until after. Maybe the production company plans on combining them? Any thoughts or excitement over the new films?







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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Love and Lap Dances Volume 2 by Katie de Long


Love and Lapdances Volume 2: True Love, Stripper Style - Katie de Long, Michelle Browne

Love and Lap Dances Volume 2 by Katie de Long

The exotic dancers and employees of the Queen of Clubs walk a fine line, with only wits, beauty, and market savvy to keep them from toppling into the shark pit. Ride shotgun through lapdances, romance, and sexual awakenings. Don’t worry, these girls won’t ask what your hands are doing under the tip rail.
This collection contains novellas 8-13 in the Love and Lap Dances series. These stories are intended for mature audiences, and include graphic content.
Here are the stories contained in Love and Lapdances, Volume 2:
Teach Me—After Cora crosses some boundaries at work, her relationship with Kirk—and their jobs—are in the crossfire.
Plan B—Changes come in threes. Lia's son is about to graduate when an injury forces her to stop dancing. What'll the last change be?
Dare You—Candy's dusting off her broken heart when a confrontation with a regular forces her to enlist outside help. But when Rafe learns the truth about her, will he still view their chance meeting as a good thing?
Fallen—With so much changing so fast, Tori and Bradley's relationship is on the rocks. Can a family emergency pull them together?
Bet You—When a fellow dancer begs Saffron to keep her ex away from her, Saffron has no idea what she's in for. Chase can be intense, immature, and strangely endearing. But will the way their relationship began cause the way it ends?
Party Girl—Lee lives for the moment, right up until she's fired from the Queen of Clubs for acts of prostitution. Her oldest friend will be there for her no matter what, but can the client she got caught serving help, too?

My Review:
Love and Lap Dances is great for an erotic read when all you are looking for is the seduction but I didn't feel a whole lot of body or passion. The anthology of erotic tales is fun and well written but I think I had the expectation of reading a more fully developed novel. That being said Love and Lap Dances is great with the ball buster chicks.
Miss Long has created a world around her dirty ladies that drag you kicking and screaming into some shady situations, people, and places that are just naughty enough to be fun.
Although there were some things I didn't like harsh reality is a bitch of a mistress.

My Rating:
4 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Victory

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A Discreet Gentleman of Discovery (Discreet Gentleman, #1) by Kris Tualla


A Discreet Gentleman of Discovery (Discreet Gentleman, #1) - Kris Tualla

A Discreet Gentleman of Discovery (Discreet Gentleman, #1) by Kris Tualla

Brander Hansen lost his hearing at age seven, his inheritance at twenty-three. Furious at his father's betrayal, Brander leaves home to make his way as Lord Olsen, a 'discreet gentleman of discovery' in 1721 Christiania, Norway. He intends to gain his own estate and begins buying the debt markers on Kildahlshus.
Baroness Regin Kildahl's husband has gambled away her estate and sunk to more dangerous habits. She writes to Lord Olsen soliciting his help saving both her husband and her home. When her husband dies, Regin offers herself and her title to anyone who will redeem his gambling debts, unaware of Brander's plan and circumventing his efforts.
The Hansen heir accepts her offer and hires Lord Olsen to deliver his bride. Brander's choices are clear: give the widow and her estate to his younger brother, or claim them both as his own. But who would accept a deaf husband?

My Review:
I had to rate this book five stars, I absolutely love the deaf hero because it makes him so endearing. Oddly its not the main focus of Branders existence its just a part of who he is. I love that the author didn't spend the entire book obsessing over his fault and making it a part of the whole book. Its interesting to see how he investigates both sides of the debt case and has to find where his loyalties lie. I wasn't sure I liked Regin at first and I am still left with a few mixed feelings toward her but I liked the way she finally felt for Brand and the sex was written in a way I didn't expect. There is a lot of social/political/emotional upheaval for Brand because of his position, job, and family but I felt Tualla has written a truly beautiful story with equally beautiful characters.

My Rating:
5 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from the Author

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Unconventional Fling (A Working Girl's Guide #1) by Allyson Lindt


Unconventional Fling - Allyson Lindt

Unconventional Fling (A Working Girl's Guide #1) by Allyson Lindt

Jade is in Nashville on her third week of a month-long business trip. She doesn't mind seeing a new city every week, but she's dragging after so many without a break. When a sexy stranger wants to share her breakfast table, she welcomes the change in scenery. The easy banter and teasing that dances behind the eyes of the handsome voice actor have her wondering if just this once, a one-night stand might be worth her time.
Brandon is tired of the playboy image that comes with his cult-celebrity status. When he meets a business woman with a travel schedule as hectic as his, she lights a spark deep inside. The problem is, he's hoping for something long-term, and she's hesitant to start anything that will become long-distance. With less than three days before they go their separate ways, Brandon has to show Jade there's more to them than just an unconventional fling.

My Review:
Unconventional Fling is a super short romance but its fun and gives us nerd types a story that puts the geeks in the lime light. In a good way. I totally dug the whole fact that Brandon is the voice character for anime movies. That totally won me. Plus comic-con ? Yes. Although I felt the sex and the relationship could use some improvement I totally dug that this wasn't the typical celebrity romance you see everywhere I've long since grown tired of. It puts the so called losers in a good light and I love it.

My Rating:
5 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from the Author

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One Night (Only You #1) by A.J. Pine


One Night - A.J. Pine

One Night (Only You #1) by A.J. Pine

Twenty-one-year-old Jess used to have everything—a loyal best friend, a boyfriend she loved, and a future that was right on track. But in a single night, her whole world changed.
Now, Jess lives for the impersonal connection of drunken hook-ups and to-go coffee cups in the morning. All she needs is one night to pretend everything is fine…until she meets Adam.
Thanks to a sports injury, gorgeous, charming basketball star Adam Carson is stuck in physical therapy at the hospital where Jess interns—giving her the perfect opportunity to see his sweet, considerate nature and making her realize that maybe she does want something more.
But while Adam might be the best thing that’s happened to Jess in a long time, letting him past her carefully constructed walls means letting him know what happened...and why he'd never want her for more than one night.

My Review:
Every once in awhile you find a book you just can't get through, this was one of them for me.

My Rating:
- Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley

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Dark Alpha's Claim (Reaper #1) by Donna Grant


Dark Alpha's Claim (Reaper #1) by Donna Grant

My whole existence is based on taking what Death wants. Born to eliminate Fae guilty of unforgivable crimes, my reckless, wild nature makes me the perfect assassin to carry out Death's bidding. I've seen more sinister and violent dealings than anyone could ever imagine.
But it was the sight of her face that stopped me cold. I've never wanted a woman-never mind a human-so badly; never felt my heart, hardened by death, burn brighter and hotter until it burst into flames. She is everything I desire. The kind of woman that compels you to stake your claim on her, to let the world know that she's yours.
A Reaper saving her life will only attract danger, but I vow to protect her at all costs from the Fae that hunt her, and keep safe the woman who has claimed me, body and soul.

My Review:
Do you hear that... Its the sound of squish being made in my panties... This book is so sexy.



Baylon and Jordyn are fantastic together! Although I'm not a big fan of the instant love attraction (because the whole follow you home thing- not attractive), I still absolutely loved this book once I let go of the creep factor.


I loved everything about it. I loved the Fae angle, I loved Reapers, I loved the action suspense and the intrigue of the entire thing. Donna Grant has created a dark and thrilling world and I can't get enough of it.

My Rating:
5 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from St. Martin's Press

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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Misconduct by Penelope Douglas


Misconduct - Penelope Douglas

  Misconduct by Penelope Douglas

Former tennis player Easton Bradbury is trying to be the best teacher she can be, trying to reach her bored students and trying to forget her past. What brought her to this stage in her life isn’t important. She can’t let it be. But now one parent-teacher meeting may be her undoing…
Meeting Tyler Marek for the first time makes it easy for Easton to see why his son is having trouble in school. The man knows how to manage businesses and wealth, not a teenage boy. Or a young teacher, for that matter, though he tries to. And yet…there is something about him that draws Easton in—a hint of vulnerability, a flash of attraction, a spark that might burn.
Wanting him is taboo. Needing him is undeniable. And his long-awaited touch will weaken Easton’s resolve—and reveal what should stay hidden

My Review:
Misconduct had some really great sex but as for the rest of it I really couldn't get into the characters, the relationships, politics, or the circumstances and positions since they mostly put me off. Misconduct really isn't a poorly written book because Douglas writes well but the story didn't agree with me as a whole. I'm sure it will be different for everyone who reads the story but I am grateful for being given the chance to read the book.

My Rating:
3 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley/NAL/Penguin


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Friday, December 11, 2015

Book Readers: How to care for your books

I am an avid book shopper I buy both new and used books. I know everyone loves new books because, shiny. :) But used books don't get enough credit for their ability to bounce back even after they've been roughly owned. It just depends on the care you're willing to put into them.

I'm major on the care I give my over growing collection of books. Here are a few tips I've picked up over the years.




The arsenal for every book owner: 

self adhesive laminate sheets/book sleeves (to protect the covers: you can buy them in the store and cut them to size for every book. these also help with books that already have damaged covers to last longer)

soft gel clear glue sticks / glue gun (in case the cover of your book has come off you can carefully glue it back on and fill broken clasps)

invisible tape (for hidden inside repairs and or dog ears that are tearing / wearing through. note: please never dog ear your books.)

antibacterial spray / paper towel/ear swab: (lightly dampen the paper towel /swab and clean your covers when you buy them. trust me. )

goo be gone - (because stickers kill: be careful not to over do it because the oil can seep through paper. small dabs people. it goes a long way. allow the oil to sink into the sticker for a minute then gently peel and touch until it comes off clean the goo be gone will also remove any left over residue from past stickers left behind, food gunk, remove library labels, and other hard to remove crust) You wouldn't believe how many books this stuff has brought back from the dead.





soft dusting cloths - you don't want to scratch, snag or damage your books.

baking soda / silica : to place on shelves near or behind books to absorb any "off" scents embedded in the paper. (remember paper absorbs scents from its environments even more as it ages. to prevent any odd smells add one of these near by to pull the smell from the book)

cotton balls / essential oils: lavender, eucalyptus or tea-tree oil - (do not place these directly on the book- place it near by on the cotton ball. a small cotton ball with essential oils on it will help the books on your shelf absorb the natural scents and remove any odors from them. it will also make the room smell good.)


rotation: frequently rotate books to allow any natural chemicals that live within or are bonded to the paper to breathe
allow for plenty of air flow on the shelf between books to prevent mildew or growth of and remove any signs of mildew or mold using a soft cloth lightly dampened with denatured alcohol (books that sit on shelves for long periods of time can grow mold/mildew/corrode on their own when covered with dust and go untouched for long periods of time)



Go through your books at least once every month. Pull out every book exercise the spine and gently dust its body and pages.


Sleeping books actually die faster: when books remain in prone position they freeze that way and cause gluing and threading to weaken. Give your books a gentle dust off (When you dust your books, make sure to dust from the spine outward so that the dirt doesn't settle in the pocket behind the spine) , a stretch (never open a book more than 100 degrees- you don't want spine splitting) and a breather(allow books to be aired out before placing back on the shelf) Your library will last longer.

Bathrooms: Are a no - no. Two reasons. One, bathrooms tend to be humid because of steam which causes damage to the books and two, when you flush microscopic residual fecal matter splashes up from inside the toilet within a six foot radius. You do not want fecal matter on your books.

Direct light: causes sun bleaching and can damage ink in the pages and damage on the covers



Never use mothballs. they're poisonous and over time release gases that can make you sick, can contaminate your books and anyone that comes in contact with the books that have been contaminated by them.
The definition of a mothball is as follows:
Small balls of chemical pesticide and deodorant used when storing clothing and other articles susceptible to damage from mold or moth larvae. They come in two different formulations; one, using naphthalene, and the other using paradichlorobenzene as the active ingredient. Naphthalene, a hydrocarbon derived from coal tar, which easily exudes gas, acts as a fumigant.
Warnings on moth ball packages: Routine exposure can cause a condition called hemolytic anemia, where a person's red blood cells get damaged. Ingestion or skin exposure causes more extreme reactions in the liver and bladder, causing jaundice, lightheadedness, and eventually leading to coma. Mothballs are highly toxic when ingested (they have a sweet odor and taste, making this more likely), and will cause serious illness or death.

So please never use these in any situation.

Wash your hands: books are porous they will absorb the oils from your hands and everything else you have touched.

Bulky book marks: warp the body and spine of the book. Fancy book marks are pretty but they're murder for your babies.

Shelving: always sort your books by the same height- books of different proportions causes uneven pressure stress on books which causes them to warp.

Plastic bags: Placing books in plastic bags causes the book to suffocate. If you need to store use non acid paper bags there are also materials you can buy to sore that wont harm the book.



 Above all love your books. New or Used.


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Newsletter Cover Reveal and a Giveaway!

Cover Reveal! Shades Champion

by diannehartsock


ShadesChampion_1000x1595Author Name: Cheryl Headford

Book Length 214 Pages

Book Name: Shade’s Champion

Release Date: 18th December 2015

  Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing

Cover Art by: Kellie Dennis: Book Covers by Design


Shade has been kept in the dark for eight long years. Now he’s facing a world that terrifies him. A world that seems to hold no place for him.

When the authorities are unable to find a home for Shade, Penny, reluctantly accepts him into the secure school she manages, despite thinking it’s the wrong place for him. Penny fears for his safety among the other troubled children. In an attempt to forestall the disaster she predicts will happen she appoints one of them as his champion.

Dory, an engaging seventeen year old with mental health issues, is proud to be chosen as Shade’s champion and throws his heart and soul into the job. In doing so he is forced to face the thing he fears most – his own emotions.

An unexpected friendship begins to grow into something more, until a spiteful act tears them apart and leaves them broken.

When Dory falls ill, Shade is forced to face his demons and struggles to find the strength and courage he needs to fight for the right to love, and to be there for his champion when he needs him most.


Meet the Author

Cheryl was born into a poor mining family in the South Wales Valleys. Until she was 16, the toilet was at the bottom of the garden and the bath hung on the wall. Her refrigerator was a stone slab in the pantry and there was a black lead fireplace in the kitchen. They look lovely in a museum but aren’t so much fun to clean.


Cheryl has always been a storyteller. As a child, she’d make up stories for her nieces, nephews and cousin and they’d explore the imaginary worlds she created, in play.


Later in life, Cheryl became the storyteller for a re enactment group who travelled widely, giving a taste of life in the Iron Age. As well as having an opportunity to run around hitting people with a sword, she had an opportunity to tell stories of all kinds, sometimes of her own making, to all kinds of people. The criticism was sometimes harsh, especially from the children, but the reward enormous.


It was here she began to appreciate the power of stories and the primal need to hear them. In ancient times, the wandering bard was the only source of news, and the storyteller the heart of the village, keeping the lore and the magic alive. Although much of the magic has been lost, the stories still provide a link to the part of us that still wants to believe that it’s still there, somewhere.


In present times, Cheryl lives in a terraced house in the valleys with her son and menagerie of three cats, a dog and a dragon. Her daughter has deserted her for the big city, but they’re still close.


Immersed, as always, in the world of fantasy, she maintains a burning desire to share the stories and these days it’s in the form of books which all contain her spark and unique view on life, the universe and everything.



Twitter: @SevenPointStar





I have two copies of the ebook to give away to randomly selected commenters on the Shade’s Champion cover reveal or blog post on my website





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New from Sofia Grey and an exclusive preview!


ADDICTION comes out today

A dark compulsion.

A secret addiction.


Krista Inglewood’s addiction runs deep; she can't survive without a regular fix. Her Talisman bracelet, stolen when she was a child, was the only thing that ever kept the craving at bay. Until she meets Matty. He sneaks under her defenses and calms the incessant noise in her head.


Matty knows Krista is bad news, but he can’t get enough of her. His first instinct is to help, but when he learns her addiction is linked to the sickness crippling his sister, he has to face the ugly truth.


Finding her missing Talisman may be the only thing that can save Krista.

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Alex dragged the heavy curtains shut, flicked off the lights, then took his place with us on the floor. The air was thick with the herbs Dante had been burning, and I found the fragrance oddly soothing. Dante sat still, head bowed. The trouble with waiting was keeping my mind away from Janine. With an effort, I thought about Krista instead. There was no reason to stay away from her now. Not that I’d tried to. She might be the perfect distraction.

“Rico Sanchez, I summon you to the circle,” Dante said. Sylvie stiffened beside me, but there was no sign of any presence in the room. Dante called for Rico some more, but nothing happened. Maybe it was something to do with me not paying attention? I stared at the floor. Thought of Sylvie. Of Rico, whom I’d never met. I’d never met Elliot ether. Janine mentioned him months ago. What had she said about him? Shit, my mind was running away again. I shifted my gaze to a tiny white feather on the floor near my shoe, and I listened to Dante calling for Ingrid, the little girl he summoned yesterday.

Didn’t Janine see Elliot presenting at a conference? Was that it? My ass was going numb from sitting in one position so long, and damn, my nose was itching. I lifted the hand linked to Sylvie’s and tried to scratch my nose.  I had to lean toward her, but it worked, and the itch receded.

There was a long pause while Dante sat quietly again, and then he called for another name. Eve.

Sylvie fidgeted beside me, but then gripped my hand as though she clung to me to save her life. I looked up, and there in the corner of the lounge was a shimmering young woman. Fuck me, he’d done it again. This was a teenage girl, a Goth, with wild black curls and dark makeup. She didn’t look pleased to be there.

“Tat-Boy.” She scowled at Dante. “This isn’t a great time.”

“Hello, Eve. It’s good to see you again. I want to ask—”

“I said”—her voice was sharp—, “I don’t have time for this.”

Undaunted, he continued. “I just —”

“Yeah, I heard you the first time.” She stomped to the edge of the circle, her heavy boots making no sound. “I’m on the last episode of LOST. They’re about to explain the whole series, and bang, you drag me here. Do you have any idea how long I’ve waited to watch this episode? Do you?”

I stared speechless, as she blew a giant gum bubble, then sucked it back into her mouth. A Goth ghost that chewed gum and watched LOST. The world became more bizarre every day.

“Eve, that’s not important. It’s just TV. I need—”

“And I said, not at the moment, Tat-Boy. See ya.” She vanished.

Dante cursed under his breath, and then sighed. “I’m sorry. She appears to know Rico, and I thought it’d be a good idea.” His voice trailed away. He looked exhausted.

Sylvie cleared her throat. “Um, would it help if we brought in someone else? Another psychic?” Before Dante could reply, she hurried on. “I don’t mean instead of you; I mean as well as. You know, two of you working together would be stronger, don’t you think?”

Dante dropped his head and stretched his back, all the while keeping hold of our hands. “I don’t know,” he said, finally. “I’ve never tried that, but yeah, it might work.” He shrugged. “I know a good psychic who lives in the area. She gave me protection training, so I could call her.”

Sylvie nodded. “Would that be Leanne Ruget? We went to one of her sessions ages ago, and she gave me a message from Rico.”

What? That would explain why Sylvie and Alex were so quick to accept Dante, if they were already into this stuff. I opened my mouth to ask about it, but Alex shook his head. It could wait.

Ten minutes later, it was all set. We’d reconvene the night after and try again, with two psychics in the circle. Dante hesitated after filling us in on his call to Leanne. “She hasn’t done this before either, so I have to warn you. This is unpredictable. We have no idea what to expect.” He ran a hand through his hair. “Anything could happen.”




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What’s next in the Talisman series?


There’s another full length novel in the early planning stages, and a spin-off novella too, featuring Eve - and Rico.

If you want more Alex, Sylvie and Rico, look out for the Event Horizon series coming 2016.

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December 2015 Penguin Mystery and Suspense AND a Giveaway!

Tom Clancy Commander in Chief


Tom Clancy Commander in Chief
Mark Greaney
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The Forgotten Soldier


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In New York Times bestselling author Brad Taylor's latest heart-stopping thriller, Pike Logan returns with his most dangerous and personal threat yet: a Taskforce Operator gone rogue. Brought in to eliminate the risk, Logan is forced to choose between his friend and the administration he's sworn to protect.
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Life's Too Frantic

So I haven't been around to blog since late November early December, I hope you all are doing well. I am keeping busy wi...