Got Fiction Blog was begun by Kelly Oakes. After years of blogging at Demon Lover’s Books and More, Kelly decided to broaden the scope of the blog and branch into more fiction genres, reviews and events. Long-time blogger Highland Hussy made the switch with Kelly, and recently Got Fiction merged with Book Savvy Babes blog, another established and successful blog.
The result is a blog that covers fiction of all kinds. From thrillers and suspense, young adult, and erotic romance, Got Fiction reads and celebrates fiction of all kinds.
We have a team of reviewers and bloggers including:
- Kelly, Demon Lover
- Laurie, Highland Hussy
- Heather, Book Savvy Babe
- Keri, The Book Heroine
- Alicia, The Novel Strumpet
Thank you for visiting us here at Got Fiction. If you are interested in a review, spot light, or feature here you can contact us or visit our review request page.
I read your twitter thread on chemo – I’m going to suggest stuff like microwaveable frozen entrees for breakfast: they got me through all the months of chemo and not being able to eat most fruits and veggies. (Applesauce is good, too.) By the fourth session, you may need those protein shakes.
Been there, done that, and they may take my port out some time this year….
More advice from the other end of treatment: you’re going to be getting a full-body Brazilian, and when your skin wakes up, it’s going to be VERY ITCHY and very flaky: get a small pump bottle of Amlactin (Walgreen’s and CVS have it). When you do radiation, you’ll want something like Aquaphor or the house equivalent (Walmart has one) for the tender skin, as the old stuff is going to die and peel off. And then after they finish *that *part of chemo, you get blockers for 5 to 10 years, and it’s hot flashes.