Saturday, July 24, 2010

Limited Edition Buffy the Vampire Slayer Soda

Jones Soda just launched limited edition Buffy the Vampire Slayer soda bottles. They are available in 6-packs for $12.99 and a 12-packs for $21.99. Below is a list of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer soda bottles.
  • Buffy's Blue Bubblegum
  • Dawn's A Centaur! Root Beer
  • Xander's Strawberry Lime Elixir
  • Twilight's Old Moon Orange & Cream
  • Willow's Green Apple Witch's Brew
  • Gile's Grape Potion

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Snikiddy Chedder Cheese Baked Fries Snack Review & Giveaway

Snikiddy’s baked fries are all-natural, gluten and wheat free with no preservatives, no corn syrup, no trans-fats, no hydrogenated oils, and have 50% less fat than fried snacks like potato or vegetable chips.

I was sent the Chedder Cheese flavor to try out.  I like them a lot, I love how crunchy how they are.  The taste is good, however I think I'd prefer the original.  My kids absolutely loved them and crunched away.  I had to fight the little bag back to finish sampling them.  These will definitely be purchased in my household!

A healthy, tasty alternative to typical fried snacks like potato chips, making them a favorite for families seeking healthy snack options-
  • All Natural
  • Gluten-free
  • Wheat-free
  • No corn syrup
  • Peanut-free
  • No preservatives
  • No trans fats
  • No hydrogenated oils
  • 50% less fat than potato chips

There is a great assortment of flavors and products

Price: 4.5 oz. bag for $1.79 ~ Alice is running a promotion right now, you can purchase Snikiddy here.

Snikiddy is on facebook and they are running a sweepstakes right now.   Fill out the sweeps tab to enter for a chance to win the weekly drawing for a Snikiddy gift basket or the grand prize- a Jamis kids' bike.

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Giveaway ~ I have a sample bag to send to one of my readers.  To enter, let me know what flavor you most want to try.

Extra entries ~

  • like Snikiddy on facebook
  • follow Snikiddy on twitter
  • follow this blog and/or subscribe to my rss
  • blog about this giveaway
  • tweet this giveaway

This review was done for MamaBuzz.  I was sent a sample package of Snikiddy baked fries to try out for this review.  No compensation was received.

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Tutu Deadly Jenny T. Partridge Dance Mysteries, No. 1 Book Review

I haven't done a book review in forever, and I really need to get back into it.  I read a lot, and I find most of my books by browsing online for reviews, etc.  I was looking for some new authors to read about a month ago and came across a cozy mystery series about dance.  How perfect!

A cozy new mystery series that's about to make its dazzling debut performance.
Meet the dance instructor who puts criminals behind bars.
Meet Jenny T. Partridge, founder of Ogden, Utah's premier school for budding prima-and not-so-prima-ballerinas. For Jenny, dealing with difficult stage mothers is business as usual...until murder cuts in.
When the obnoxious mother of Jenny's most talented student meets her maker-courtesy of poisoned cookie dough purchased through the Academy's fund-raiser-Jenny must dance as fast as she can to clear her name.

I really got a kick out of Tutu Deadly.  It was a quick read for me, all fun.  Jenny is a very likable character, a bit quirky or in her words eccentric.  Jenny's love is dance and she is a dance teacher/owner.  Being a dance mom, I had so much fun reading about the "psycho dance moms" that Jenny has to deal with.  I have to admit, I found myself thinking, hmmm I hope the owners of my daughters dance studio don't think that about me.  Of  course, I don't think I have ever done anything that these moms have done, lol.

I'm looking forward to reading the next couple books in the series.  I think the author has a lot of potential.  There were parts that I thought could have been thought out better, but it really was a fun story.  If you enjoy reading and have anything to do with dance, I really think you'd get a kick out of this series.  If you aren't in the dance field at all, but enjoy cozy mysteries then you should also enjoy it.

Another great thing about this book is a tween, teen or adult can read it.  Honestly throughout the book, Jenny (age 30) acts more like a teenager then adult, so teens should enjoy this book.

Books so far in the series ~

Tutu Deadly
Tapped Out (Jenny T. Partridge Dance Mysteries, No. 2)
Pointe and Shoot (Jenny T. Partridge Dance Mysteries, No. 3)

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