Just Try by Lisa S. Robinson Blog Tour


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How can one day turn out to be the best day of your life, but also the worst?teaser 1

Maci can answer this question, she is a changed woman because of it.

It takes one day to change your whole life, your world, your meaning.

You. For five years she’s been existing for one person, and that person isn’t

herself. Until one day, someone enters her life. teaser 2He changes everything that Maci

thought she wanted, deserved and needed.

Calvin made her want to enjoy life. This story is about the deepest of love, the ugliest of pain and the courage to want more. Sometimes you have to – Just Try.

Contemporary romance for readers over the age of 18.

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Buy Links:

Amazon US: http://bit.ly/JustTryUS

Amazon UK: http://bit.ly/JustTryUK


My phone rings, startling me. When I look at the screen and see Calvin’s name, I find myself letting out a little girlie squeal. “Hello, you,” I say, snuggling into my seat. “So, I wake up from an amazing sleep, look out of my window, and guess what?” he asks in a croaky voice, which sounds like he has, indeed, just woken up. “What?” “I see this beautiful girl sitting in a chair in her garden, sipping on what I assume is coffee, and I feel the need to say morning to her.” “Is that right?” I smile. “Yup.” A noise coming from the bottom of my garden startles me. When I see Calvin jump my back fence using one arm, still holding his phone in the other, I can’t believe my eyes. He smiles and briskly walks over to me. I’m stunned, the damn phone still attached to my ear. As soon as he reaches me, he bends down and plants a small kiss on my mouth. He then smiles and says, “Morning”, before turning and walking back to the fence to jump it again. I’m totally dumbstruck. Who does that? Calvin, that’s who. I laugh and shake my head, ending the call when I hear his chuckle.

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Author Bio:

Lisa S Robinson is a contemporary romance author, who has been writing her first book and is almost ready for its release. Lisa lives in Cheshire, UK with her partner of thirteen years Charlie, their four year old daughter and their dog, Buster.teaser 6

She spends her time in between looking after her daughter and working part time. She tends to write in the evenings when her daughter is tucked up in bed.

Lisa being the total bookworm that she is, thinks of her kindle as one of her most prized possessions, and has a major one-click addiction.

Her favourite genres are contemporary and paranormal romance, some of her favourite authors are Dannika Dark, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Katy Evans, Jamie McGuire, Mia Sheridan, Tina Folsom, Christina Lauren, Joanne Wylde and way too many more to mention.

Author Links: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lisa-S-Robinson/681766868569677

Just Try on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23340704-just-try?ac=1

Or follow her on Twitter @lisasrob

Feel free to contact her, she would love to hear from you


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Review of Cinderella live-action film


When a childhood classic is remade into a live-action film, we’re quick to assume that the movie will be a flop, because how can a classic be re-done? But if that mentality stops someone from seeing Cinderella, that would be a big mistake. This movie had everything, and more, from the original, and I enjoyed it immensely. The music was fantastic, the storyline was amazing, even with the few additions (in fact, I feel the additions only enhanced it), and the actors were perfection. helena-800

Speaking of perfection, I just loved that the fairy godmother wasn’t perfect; she was a clutz, unsure of her magic, and a big ole goof-ball! Helena Bonham Carter did such a great job of portraying her, that it was almost impossible to believe that it was the same person who played Bellatrix from Harry Potter.


I laughed, I cried, I cringed at certain … devastating … scenes, and I was even amazed at the special effects. I mean, it wasn’t that long ago that movie makers couldn’t possibly do something with a computer that put the watcher inside exploding fireworks. It was a bit slow going, but once the back story was told, it was a wonderful movie. It had dancing, singing, humor, fencing, love. This reviewer gives it an A.

P.S Loved the shoes