BLOG TOUR - BUILT by Jay Crownover

Hi Everyone, Happy Thursday! Today I am excited to be part of another blog tour for Built by Jay Crownover. Now your probably thinking, haven't I done a blog tour for BUILT already!? Well yes I have but that was for the US - InkSlinger. This one is from the UK publishers - HarperCollins. Plus I want to promote this book as much as possible. My post comes on the Release Day for Built, so please go buy it and read it. It's got 5 stars from me so I think its an awesome book. So today I have an extract of the beginning of the book and I think you will be hooked from it! :) So before I share with you the extract here is a little bit more about the book.

Built (Saints of Denver #1)
by Jay Crownover
Publisher - HarperCollins
Release Date - TODAY!
Buy - Amazon | Book Depository 

From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men books comes an electrifying new spin-off series,Saints of Denver, featuring all the characters fans have been dying to read about.

Sayer Cole and Zeb Fuller couldn’t be more different. She’s country club and fine-dining, he’s cell-block and sawdust. Sayer spends her days in litigation, while Zeb spends his working with his hands. She’s French silk, he’s all denim and flannel.

Zeb’s wanted the stunning blonde since the moment he laid eyes on her. It doesn't matter how many smooth moves he makes, the reserved lawyer seems determinedly oblivious to his interest—either that or she doesn't return it. Sayer is certain the rough, hard, hot-as-hell Zeb could never want someone as closed off and restrained as she is, which is a shame because something tells her he might be the guy to finally melt her icy exterior.

But just as things start to heat up, Zeb is blindsided by a life altering moment from his past. He needs Sayer’s professional help to right a wrong and to save more than himself. He can’t risk what’s at stake just because his attraction to Sayer feels all consuming. But as these opposites dig in for the fight of their lives, battling together to save a family, the steam created when fire and ice collide can no longer be ignored.Sayer Cole and Zeb Fuller are as different as two people can be. She’s country club and fine-dining, he’s cell-block and kill it and grill it. Sayer spends her days in litigation, while Zeb spends his working with his hands. She’s French silk while he’s denim and flannel.

The differences between the two of them don’t stop Zeb from dropping every hint he can think of that he would like to get to know her on a more personal level, but Sayer seems oblivious to his interest or is just too nice to tell him to take a hike. To Sayer, a guy like Zeb could never be interested in someone as reserved and boring as she is. She’s never been with anyone that was hot enough to melt the icy exterior she’s had wrapped around hera since her awful childhood. But what if Zeb is the one who might finally thaw her out…?

I met her at a bar.

She had a beer bottle in her hand even though she looked like she should be sipping champagne out of an expensive flute, and that inexplicably turned me on. She was pretty and looked completely out of place in the no- name bar sitting across from one of my oldest friends who also happened to be her long- lost brother. He was the reason she was here. In that split second that I laid my eyes on her I wanted to be the reason she stayed.
I knew it was rude and that the two of them needed some time together, some time to figure out what they were to each other now that she had blasted into his life unannounced. If I was a better friend I would have left them alone. As it was, I made my way over to the tiny table and sat down. I was covered in sawdust and had drywall mud caked in the hair on my head and on my face, but she didn’t flinch or bat an eyelash when I purposely broke up their party of two and placed myself as close to her as I could without actually touching her.
My buddy Rowdy St. James lifted his eyebrows at me as I stared at her while he introduced us. Sayer Cole. Even her name was elegant and sophisticated sounding. She was an enigma, this lovely woman who seemed like she should be in any place but this bar with the two of us. She’d showed up out of the blue a couple of months ago claiming to be Rowdy’s half sister, claiming that they shared a father, claiming that all she wanted was to be in his life and have some kind of family of her own. She looked too delicate to be that brave. Came across as way too proper to have said “fuck it all” and picked up her life to move it someplace unknown without being sure of her welcome. She looked like silk, but if my guess was right about her, it was silk wrapped around steel.
Luckily Rowdy was a good guy. After the shock of discovering he wasn’t alone in the world, and once he realized he had someone tied to him by blood forever and ever, he had warmed up to the idea of having a sister and appreciated that the sister was Sayer.
I liked Rowdy a lot. He was a stand- up guy and a good friend, but I had a feeling I was going to like his newly found big sister even more. In my usual tactless way I asked him without looking directly at the knockout blonde, “So you have a sister? A hot, classy sister?” A sister that was also a lawyer, so beautiful and smart.
I expected a giggle from her or an eye roll at the outlandish compliment, but what I got was a wide- eyed stare of disbelief as eyes bluer than anything I had ever seen on earth danced between me and her brother like she wasn’t sure what to do with herself or with my overt interest in her.

INTERVIEW & GIVEAWAY - PERDITA & HONOR CARGILL authors of Waiting for Callback

Hi Everyone, I have a special post from the lovely ladies, Perdita and Honor Cargill debut authors of the fabulous book, Waiting for Callback. Last week I posted my review and gave it 5 glorious stars. I would really recommend this book if you love Holly Smale Jen McLachlan!!! They very kindly allowed me interview them and here they are... But first here is a little more about the book...

Waiting for Callback
by Perdita & Honor Cargill
Publisher - Simon & Schuster
Release Date - January 28th 2016
Buy - Amazon | Book Depository

Geek Girl meets Fame meets New Girl in this brilliantly funny new series!

When Elektra is discovered by an acting agent, she imagines Oscar glory can't be far away, but instead lurches from one cringe-worthy moment to the next! Just how many times can you be rejected for the part of 'Dead Girl Number Three' without losing hope? And who knew that actors were actually supposed to be multi-lingual, play seven instruments and be trained in a variety of circus skills?

Off-stage things aren't going well either - she's fallen out with her best friend, remains firmly in the friend-zone with her crush and her parents are driving her crazy. One way or another, Elektra's life is now spent waiting for the phone to ring - waiting for callback.

Can an average girl-next-door like Elektra really make it in the world of luvvies and starlets?
As debut authors what is your reaction to having your Waiting for Callback releasing in a couple of weeks time to the world and what would you like to say to those who've read it or are going to? (after this reading this post, ha.)
What we’d really like to say to readers (it’s still slightly unreal thinking about having readers!) is that we had so much fun writing this book that we really hope you’ll have fun reading it.  We want readers to smile and laugh and (even if they’re not drama geeks like Elektra) have those lovely moments of recognition when you see yourself in a book.  Curl up and read it and when you’ve finished pass it on to your own best friend because best friends are very important.

I loved that you wrote a book based on the realistic approaches to acting and how it's not as easy as people think to get into such a career path, what made you write a novel like Waiting for Callback?
The seed of the idea to write about the world of the professional drama kid was Hon’s experience of that world.  She had an agent and went out to auditions and very occasionally got some small part and funny things happened that made us imagine other funny things happening that would make a fun book.  Also we knew from first hand that it wasn’t as glamorous as it sounds and that there was a lot of rejection that teenagers would recognize and respond to.  We wanted to write about a very real character even if she’s doing something that is a bit out of the ordinary.

You two wrote seamlessly together when I read your book, what is it like as a mother a daughter to write together? And what was your writing together? Did it go to plan or were there challenges along the way?
Ha, the writing only looks seamless because we both scribble over each other’s drafts endlessly and score out and rewrite until it all starts to smooth out.  And we know Elektra’s voice very well now and because we are only writing from one point of view that makes it easier. And let’s not forget that we were professionally edited – a lot of ‘seams’ get ironed out during that phase.

We write together very easily – possibly in large part because we sit at computers at opposite ends of the house! The biggest challenge was just mastering the amount of work because Hon had school work & exams and because of the way we work I couldn’t just get on with it without her being around. On the other hand having the book to disappear into was sometimes a nice break from studying for her and it deflected attention away from all the real life stuff that otherwise I’d have been nagging her about!  It wasn’t easy but we had so much fun and laughed so much doing it that we never contemplated stopping.   And now we’re happily collaborating on book two…

Elektra is an awesome name by the way, how much of each of you is written in her?
A family friend has a (lovely) daughter called Elektra and we always really liked the name.  That was our main character’s name from day one.  Hon and I both have a dry, sarcastic sense of humour and there’s lots of that in Elektra.  Hon shares a few other things with her most notably that she loses her phone ALL THE Time!

Favourite scene of Waiting For Callback?
Such a tricky question! P: I have a soft spot for the Squirrelina voiceover scene (Hon wrote the first draft at scary speed on holiday) but it feels weird singling out a scene (we wouldn’t want to upset the others!). Hopefully we’ve built a world where they are all better for being alongside each other.

As writers who is your inspiration?
All the generous writers out there who have welcomed us, helped us and shown us the way (Emma Carroll, Jenny McLachlan, Abi Elphinstone and Keris Stainton to name just a few).  We’re watching and learning!

Quick Fire
Favourite film
P: the old ones.  Maybe His Girl Friday?
H: Don’t judge me but I adore Mean Girls.

Favourite actor or actress?
P: Gregory Peck? Cary Grant? I know, there’s a pattern here…
H: On stage Rory Kinnear (brilliant Hamlet) or Janet McTeer. On screen you can never go wrong with the great Jennifer Lawrence …

Waiting For Callback in 5 words?
Trying, failing, humiliation, laughing, repeat!

Thank you so much ladies for taking time to stop by my blog. 

Perdita: I used to be the least numerate tax barrister ever to practise at the English bar but now I'm writing at last and it's the best 'job' in the world - not least because I'm writing funny teen books with my daughter.

Honor: I'm 17, I'm in my last year at school doing A levels and yes, weirdly, I'm co-writing funny teen books with my mum and having so much fun with it. I used to do a bit of acting (mostly school but a tiny bit professional) and although Elektra, our main character, is nothing like me, I suppose that's where the germ of the idea for Waiting for Callback came from. 


Did I Mention I Need You? (The DIMILY Trilogy #2)
by Estelle Maskame
Release Date - October 19th 2015
Publisher - Black and White Publishing
Buy - Amazon | Book Depository

It's been a year since eighteen-year-old Eden Munro last saw Tyler Bruce: her stepbrother…and her secret love. Although they called time on their forbidden relationship for the sake of their family, Eden can't help but feel excited when Tyler invites her to join him in New York City for the summer.

Anyway, Eden is happy with her boyfriend Dean, and surely Tyler has moved on too. But as they spend a long, hot summer in the excitement of the city that never sleeps, it soon becomes obvious that they aren’t over each other. But can they resist temptation?

In Did I Mention I Need You?, the second volume of Estelle Maskame’s phenomenal DIMILY trilogy, Tyler and Eden must face up to their feelings and decide what to do next. Is their love strong enough to face the challenges that lie ahead?
Once again I am back with the sequel to Did I Mention I Love You? Ever since I finished book 1 I needed, needed the sequel badly, like right now I am desperate to know what happens in the end for Book 3 but I have to wait till the end of the month. But I have to wait, impatience is killing the need for Tyler and Eden in my life.

Without spoiling the ending of Book 1 so much, I'll keep the content of the book to a down-low. Step siblings Tyler and Eden last saw each other a year ago, and it has been a painful year, Eden has moved into the state to be close to her father and siblings, her mum has a new boyfriend, and Eden is dating Dean, Tyler's best friend, she seems to have moved on, but ultimately her heart will always lie with him. When Eden agreed to stay with him for 6 weeks in NY, she couldn't wait, but she was indeed nervous at the same time. But what it's NY stay in NY doesn't it? Even a forbidden love as theirs.

Tyler and Eden haven't really changed that much. They are still completely and irrevocably in love it each other but this time the thought of continuing where they left off scares them. More people become involved - which means more people they loved and the ones closest to them will get hurt. Do not be afraid of what is to come, especially when it comes to the love triangle, for me it's a natural aspect to the trilogy and it will prove to be an asset to, although surprising at first it isn't hard to believe either when your in that situation. I just loved being back in their worlds, as each of them are continuously in orbit around each other and it's a beautiful. However, individually I was surprised, Tyler really has grown up into his own character, after the way he was treated as a child affected him, he was able to help people with it. All those bad things that made him that guy in DIMILY had gone, only just some of the faded roughness lingers which I loved, a bit of edge doesn't hurt does it?! He changed into a positive role model and one where he has still got the whole road ahead of him. Eden, hadn't changed that much, I found that this book was more for Tyler than Eden as an individual. But I guess you could say that Eden has truly found where her heart lies, and now there is no denying it's the getting there that counts and that is still a journey to fully discover.

What I love about their relationship whether they are "on" or "off" is that it's Maskame's writing, it's her seamless attraction of the characters - there passion for one another, that we see so clearly through, she draws out their love so much it can be quite painful but also fulfilling at the same time. Maskame manages to complete the whole package in a romance contemporary novel. The world building of New York City was just so gorgeous, whilst Eden was a tourist, metaphorically speaking so where you. Times Square, Subway, Central Park, it almost makes me want to just go there myself. I imagine being a part of a film and being the main character of the bright yellow cabs of NY opening and exploring my eyes for the very first time. Maskame manages to write all her novel in such desirable places; places of passion and love.

With an entourage of characters , moments of laughter and the beauty of NY, there is nothing like this series currently. It's truly addictive, you can just immerse yourself so much in the series, you don't want to leave. Book 3, Did I Mention I Miss You? Is out 28th of February. Did I mention that I'm desperate for it. Ha. I can't wait. But it will be a series that you can read all over again, Tyler and Eden Forever! Tyden maybe?! Buy it, get it, read it people. :P

Rating - 5

ARC REVIEW - WAITING FOR CALLBACK by Perdita & Honor Cargill

Waiting for Callback
by Perdita & Honor Cargill
Release Date - January 28th 2016
Publisher - Simon and Schuster
Buy - Amazon | Book Depository

Geek Girl meets Fame meets New Girl in this brilliantly funny new series!

When Elektra is discovered by an acting agent, she imagines Oscar glory can't be far away, but instead lurches from one cringe-worthy moment to the next! Just how many times can you be rejected for the part of 'Dead Girl Number Three' without losing hope? And who knew that actors were actually supposed to be multi-lingual, play seven instruments and be trained in a variety of circus skills?

Off-stage things aren't going well either - she's fallen out with her best friend, remains firmly in the friend-zone with her crush and her parents are driving her crazy. One way or another, Elektra's life is now spent waiting for the phone to ring - waiting for callback.

Can an average girl-next-door like Elektra really make it in the world of luvvies and starlets?
Debut novel Waiting for Callback is what I needed. I read at the end of last year because I couldn't wait and although it seem like a very young book, I find that some really don't work and some are actually pretty brilliant and I believe that WFC is in the later category for me.

Elektra James, she isn't no superhero but she is pretty unique character for this YA novel. It first begins as  Elektra: "I'm dressed as a spider, waiting to go on stage to impersonate a carrot." That line really says it all. After that performance she was discovered by an acting agency. But it isn't all movies and TV shows, she didn't' quite realise that she was going to be 'dead' sometimes or even just a voice on a commercial. What I loved is that Peridta and Honor touched upon the realistic approaches to acting and to the life of a teenager, it hits up first love, friendships and family. This novel certainly didn't lack any drama, embarrassment and poignant moments of a life of a teenager. They didn't make it that acting isn't always easy for some people, you have to work for it and sometimes there will be a lot of disappointment in between. 

As a duo authored novel it was my first and also by a mother and daughter I had my concerns as to how it would read when there could be conflict of writing or exchange of ideas. But I guess my curiosity picked at me and I enjoyed it far more. What I enjoyed was that Honor and Perdita reflects what there relationship truly is like, that are strong and so in tune, it's amazing to be honest it's showed between Elektra and her mum too, how it could be based on them not as individuals but as family.

When I recieved my copy in the post and saw the bright happy cover and the quote "Geek Girl meets Fame.." I knew it would be for me. Although I hadn't read Geek Girl, I just needed an easy, funny, that puts-a-smile-on-your-face-till-the-very-end type of book. Waiting for Callback ticked all those boxes for me. This novel proved to be one of my favourite younger YA I've read in a while and I would recommend to those who loved anything similar from the likes of Ally Carter, Holly Smale and Jenny McLachlan! Waiting For Callback is a super-cute, amazing and light novel that awarded its 5 stars from me. 

Rating - 5


Hello Everyone, and welcome to my first blog tour and review of the year. What a way to kick it off with my favourite NA author with a brand new series, Saints of Denver. Today I am here with my review and an excerpt from the novel. As you can see I have got two covers for the book, the blue being the US and the pink the UK. So without further ado here is a little more about the book.

Built (Saints of Denver #1)
by Jay Crownover
Publisher - HarperColllins
Release Date - January 5th 2016
Buy - Amazon | Book Depository

The first in the new SAINTS OF DENVER series from NYT bestselling author of the MARKED MEN series, Jay Crownover

Sometimes you have to tear everything down to build something new…

Sayer Cole is frozen inside. At least, that’s what it’s felt like for as long as she can remember. She’s yet to let anyone past her icy exterior – and the one guy she thinks might melt her heart couldn’t possibly be interested in someone so uptight.

Rough, hard and hot-as-hell, Zeb Fuller has rebuilt his life and his construction business since protecting his family sent him to jail all those years ago. His elegant client, Sayer, makes him feel like a Neanderthal in denim, but despite the many hints that he’s been dropping to get to know her better, she seems oblivious to his charms.

Just as things finally start to heat up, Zeb’s past comes back to haunt him and he needs Sayer’s professional help to right a wrong and to save more than himself. As these opposites dig in for the fight of their lives, fire and ice collide in an unstoppable explosion of steam…
Jay Crownover is back with a new series, a companion series to her highly acclaimed and my favourite NA series ever, Marked Men. When the last book of MM, Asa, I felt like it was an end of tattooed guys, hard abs and buff ripped muscles, but when she said she had another series out I couldn't wait.

I loved Zebulan Fuller, such a awesome name don't you think?! He was truly one of my favourite men that Jay has written about. Half the time I wanted to cry, he has a soul like no one else. Although he had a rough start to his life, he was honest about that. He tends to put everything out there and that what's he done from the beginning with Sayer. Zeb is a saint, I guess I never really thought about it until now but that is what he is. Not a bad bone in his body. On the night of being released from prison he made a mistake, he fathered a child without realising. When a woman named Echo stops by his work and tells him, he's completely dumbfounded and when he sees the picture, he couldn't just how much they look a like. Without a doubt he wanted to give this boy, Hyde a home, and the best thing of all he wants for his child is to fight for him tooth and nail. (Don't you just want to hug him and more ;)) At times throughout the whole book my heart just swelled a notion between them too. It was adorable and the relationship between budding father and son was truly beautiful.

Sayer Cole was someone else entirely, I found that she was completely new to me in the type of character that Jay has usually written about in her Marked Men series. It was like she was trying to find a way into the crowd that has been built around. As Sayer says:

"The young women were all colourful, funny, smart, and maybe most admirably, they were all deeply in love and of protective of their men that made up my little brother's chosen family." 

That is the definition of Jay's series and I think, Sayer is envious and jealous of that all but she doesn't realise or isn't willing to is that she has that protective man who restored her dream home, she does have Zeb. However, Sayer has built walls around her for as long as she remembers and now she wants them come down, but she doesn't know how. She hides behind her bright colours and her true personality of fear of thinking it isn't right. I think that is the main thing that Jay tackles, that your past will always be your present unless you try and overcome them, not for someone but for yourself, which is the true persona of Sayer's character too.

I loved Zeb and Sayer together and as individuals through each of their POVs. Together one knew what they wanted but it took a while to finally realise that building foundations isn't such a bad thing either. I enjoyed once again getting back into the world of Jay's tattooed men and seeing all the characters from the Marked Men series so we weren't totally isolated even through another spin-off series. You wouldn't really think it's another series when you read Built, your just sucked right back in the arms of Denver. What a way to start 2016!

Rating - 5

“One battle at a time, Zeb. That’s all we can tackle, okay?”
                He was quiet for a long moment, but I could hear him breathing and then finally he grunted a little bit and replied, “Well, then the battle I need to tackle right now is those god-awful walls. Thank you for talking me off the ledge. It’s impossible not to hope for the best when I talk to you.”
                Maybe it was the overwhelming quiet of my house or it was the wistfulness in his voice. Or maybe it was really the fact that no matter how hard I tried to keep a clear divide between the two of us, I was always going to be too eager to cross over it when an opportunity presented itself. Like a goddamn fool.
                Calling myself every kind of name there was in the book, I blurted out, “I’m not doing anything tonight, and Poppy went out with Rowdy, so if you need an extra set of hands to help with the paint I can swing by the house.” I wanted to groan. I was the least handy person in the whole world and I don’t think I  had ever even held a paintbrush, but the idea of getting to spend some one-on-one time with him was just so tempting that I ignored all of that and secretly hoped he would ignore it, too.
                He chuckled a little. “Are you serious?”
                I shrugged even though he couldn’t see it. “Sure. Why not?”
                “Well, I’m not going to turn down free labor, especially when that free labor looks like you. Do you even own anything that you won’t be pissed to get paint on, Say? What I do tends to get dirty.” His voiced dropped a little bit and there was a husky timbre to the words that made me shiver.

                There was a double entendre there that was impossible to miss and it made all of my skin heat up from the inside out. Not to mention no one had ever shortened my name before. I wasn’t exactly the cutesy nickname type. My father wouldn’t have approved and as such I was always just “Sayer.” Zeb’s shortening my name felt intimate. It felt far more familiar than I should be allowing myself to get with him. Still I didn’t say anything other than “I’m sure I can find something.”

Jay Crownover is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men and The Point series. Like her characters, she is a big fan of tattoos. She loves music and wishes she could be a rock star, but since she has no aptitude for singing or instrument playing, she'll settle for writing stories with interesting characters that make the reader feel something. She lives in Colorado with her three dogs. 

New Year, New Books of 2016!

Happy New Year Everyone! So I said I wouldn't be back until the 4th but I've been reading some cracking books and I have been planning and organising myself and my blog for next year. I thought I would get the ball rolling early as they say. I seem to really get into blogging more at the beginning when work is less busy, so why wait.

This post is merely to say Goodbye 2015, where has the year gone and Hello 2016! It's for me to share what my most anticipated reads are as well as things to come in the new year. One particular one I'm very excited to share very soon. It's been quite a year for 2015 both reading and personally too and I can't wait for 2016. Some great books to come and I've got myself a new strategy in order to read many more ARCs I receive as well. I have created a Book Journal where I record all the books I've read but now decided to add all the book I have received and put them in date order then I can base my reading on that. But I want to be more flexible with it too so I don't get too stressed and also just enjoy the ride of reading and blogging. So far it's working a treat so I hope to continue it.

My bookclub is celebrating it's 1 year anniversary and I'm very proud of it. Some changes are coming to it to make it more easier and less stressful to organise. I'm hoping to read all the books that get selected as I had a hard time trying to motivate myself in some months last year. *hangs head in shame* If your interested then do let me know.

Anyways enough of me babbling, shall we get on with my most anticipated of 2016... I think so:


These are the books that have covers so far for next year. But some I'm really looking forward too don't have covers yet which are:
Book 3 of the Normal Series by Holly Bourne
Book 3 and the final book of The Lone City by Amy Ewing

Morgan Matson has been one of my favourite authors this last year, reading with my lovely best friend, Glass from Ja Ĩitam, a ti?. I've binge read all of her books last year. So I can't wait to read the next one. Holly Bourne and Amy Ewing, well enough said. Love her! Emery Lord again, I read Open Road Summer last year for the bookclub and loved it. I'm not a fan of fantasy sometimes but the highlight of 2015 for me in this category was Melinda Salisbury's The Sin Eater's Daughter and I can't wait for the sequel.  Katie McGarry and Kasie West loved all her book and l wait closer to the release date. Cecial Ahern, my mum and friends love her adult books and she finally, finally has a YA novel coming out that seems awesome. Finally Estelle Maskame, the last in the trilogy and I have adored reading these in close releases, awesome. Question remains will they get together?!

Well I might as well do a all round post for 2016, including some of the challenges I will be participating in some challenges this year. I don't always come through on many but the three I participate this year are essential to me, I think anyways. I'm starting 2016 with one -
  • Bout of Books which you all know by now, it's a one week read-a-thon to read a many of your books as possibly, it's been a success and I hope to read a total of 3 books in one week. But hopefully more than that. Here is the list I am hoping to successfully read. I have a SST post at the end of the month for The Possibility of Now, The Raging Light is a highly anticipated book of 2016, and is my ARC of the challenge and then Pretty Little Liars, I have recently got Netflix and the first series I'm watching is, you guessed it, PLL! Can't wait. 

  • The second challenge is obviously the Goodreads 2016 Reading Challenge, although sadly I didn't complete it this last year I'm still going to stick with my goal of 75 and really crack on with it. Lastly, I wrote a post for it which is Sarah's #RockMyTBR! If you want to see the post then click here and here is my GR shelf for the reads I hope to take off my TBR. 

As so all there is left to say is Happy New Year and I hope 2016 is a great year for you all. 

Happy Reading,