Your Key to Club Inferno In the first book of the Club Inferno series, Mallory is given access to a secret sex society that’s hidden away in her sister’s fashion resort, Couture. This exclusive members’ only dungeon has something for everyone, whether they’re new to the scene or dedicated to the lifestyle. In HEAT, Mallory is given a pin to mark her as a prospective member. But I thought it would fun to make some earrings that would be the key to getting into Club Inferno for fans of the series. These earrings are easy to make. So, if you want to make your own you will need the following materials: two 4mm jump rings, two key beads, two ear wires, and a pair of chain nose pliers. Here’s what I did. I took … Continued
Search Results for LoveCraft
I admit it, I’m a Pinterest addict. I could (and do) spend hours scrolling through pictures of fabulous vacation spots, decadent looking desserts, and supposedly “easy” DIY party decorations. That said, I almost never try any of the crafts at home. And now I know why. Last night I went on a Pin-Binge, but this time I kept seeing “Pinterest Fail” pictures. Hilarious. I picked out some of my favorites. Not only are they funny–and kind of heartbreaking–but they will help you steer clear of certain crafts.
March is National Craft Month and to celebrate we’re doing a weekly feature on crafting. This week, we’re focusing on novels about crafting and DIY craft books that go together like cake and ice cream, or chocolate and peanut butter, or macaroni and cheese (can you tell I was hungry when I wrote this post?). Forget the similes and check out this list…We’ve got books that’ll appeal to whatever your artsy heart might desire. FOR THE KNITTER The Wishing Thread + Once Upon a Knit Three magical sisters who are believed to knit their customers’ wishes and dreams into scarves, mittens, and beautiful tapestries must reconnect after their aunt’s death in The Wishing Thread. Once Upon a Knit offers knitting patterns for characters from some of your favorite fairy … Continued
#Throwback Thursday with the re-release of Peggy Sue Got Murdered by Tess Gerritsen – look for, ‘Girl Missing’
Have you read this re-release from author Tess Gerritsen, ~ New York Times bestselling author of the Rizzoli & Isles series, her stunning first thriller? A beautiful young woman’s corpse is found dumped in a garbage-strewn alley. Now laid out in the office of medical examiner Kat Novak is an unidentified body that betrays no secrets—except for a matchbook clutched in one stiff hand, seven numbers scrawled inside. When a second victim is discovered, Kat begins to fear that a serial killer is stalking the streets, using a deadly drug to do his dirty work. The police are skeptical. The mayor won’t listen. One of the town’s most prominent citizens, with a missing daughter of his own, is also Kat’s chief suspect. As the death toll rises, Kat races to expose a deadly predator who … Continued