Big Bang Theory Book Tag


Hi guys!

I saw this book tag on a couple of bloggers blogs, so I traced it back to it’s original creator. The original creator was Terri of Reading by Starlight.

I love The Big Bang Theory and have been an avid watcher for the last several seasons. So when I found out that there was a book tag for this awesome show, I knew I had to do it. I’ll be keeping this list to books I’ve read this year.

1. The Fish Night Light – a book that may have been rocking its crazy but was still kind of brilliant.
I couldn’t decide between these two books. They were both utterly fantabulous and seriously working the crazy, but in the BEST possible way.

2. The Hawking – the author that would be like your equivalent of Physics Genius meets Stephen Hawking.
This one is tough because there are so many authors that I’d consider to be absolute GENIUSES. And there are different geniuses depending on which genre they write in. Okay maybe I’m overthinking this one a bit. My current pick for this one would be Stephanie Kuehn because she is a damn genius.

3. The Euclid Avenue – the book so full of bumps and (plot) holes that it proved annoying to read.
I was so completely annoyed by this book. The characters all drove me insane.

4. The Spock Napkin – the book for which you had low or moderate expectations, and then it was so beyond awesome that you wanted to hug it and love it and shout about it forever.
Both of these authors had books that had underwhelmed me in the past, so I was nervous to read their recent releases. Thankfully, I was blown away by both of these books.

5. The Awkward Fanboy – the book that seems to follow you around the blogosphere, and you know you don’t want to read it but it won’t leave you alone.
VAI have literally no desire to read this series. Yet it follows me around the blogosphere.

6. The Classified Materials – the book with a spoiler so huge, when anyone asks, you just can’t even say because the spoiler is such a big part of it.
Yes, god I wanted to talk about this book so much, but I really can’t because of the giant ass spoiler.

7. The Jiminy – the book that gets mistaken most often for the wrong genre, and you’re constantly arguing for why it’s this other genre/subgenre.
Actually, I’m the one that kept mis-genre-ing this one. I kept thinking it was historical fiction, but it’s not.

8. The Adhesive Duck – the book that was all cute and cuddly and then WHAM YOUR FEELS AND OW AND YOUR HEART AND WHAT JUST HAPPENED.
Yesss, forever these two. I loved them both and was not ready for the onslaught of feels that came my way with these.

9. The Zazzy – the book that’s got so much personality that it’s just ZAZZY and there’s no other word for it.
I loved this book. It was full of personality, girl power and badass girls.

10. The Hot Troll – the book you thought would be beautiful and fabulous and then it turned out to be horrible and gross.
I was expecting to be blown away with this book but it was horrible and such an epic disappointment

11. The Zarnecki – the book with an antagonist so evil/mean/disgusting that you’d drive many hours just to knee him/her in the … well you get it.
Yes, the antagonist in this book is a sick person. All I wanted to do was kick him in the crotch.

12. The Train Tour – the book with the development/ending/sunken ship/whatever that proved so upsetting, you contemplated running away forever so you didn’t have to deal with your feels.
The end of this book destroyed the ever loving hell out of my feels. I never wanted to feel those feels again.

If you are a fan of Big Bang Theory, go ahead and do this tag.

Review: The Sister Pact by Stacie Ramey

Book Title: The Sister Pact
Author: Stacie Ramey
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Published Date: November 3rd, 2015
Genre: YA Contemporary
Book Link: Goodreads
Pre-Order Links: AmazonBarnes & NobleThe Book Depository

Synopsis from Goodreads
A suicide pact was supposed to keep them together, but a broken promise tore them apart

Allie is devastated when her older sister commits suicide – and not just because she misses her. Allie feels betrayed. The two made a pact that they’d always be together, in life, and in death, but Leah broke her promise and Allie needs to know why.

Her parents hover. Her friends try to support her. And Nick, sweet Nick, keeps calling and flirting. Their sympathy only intensifies her grief.

But the more she clings to Leah, the more secrets surface. Allie’s not sure which is more distressing: discovering the truth behind her sister’s death or facing her new reality without her.

Disclaimer: I received this book as an e-ARC from Sourcebooks Fire via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

Books about sisters are one of many book related things that I love. I love the dynamics that come into play as well as the differences & similarities between the sisters. Books that include some sort of suicide pact are books that I have a morbid fascination with. The idea of a “suicide pact” seems so interesting and bizarre.

Going by the fact that this book had both of those things in it, I should have loved the book. But I didn’t.

First of all, even in death, Leah was a horrible person. A horrible sister who pressured younger sister, Allie, into things she didn’t want to do. Situations that she didn’t want to be in. Among other things, she basically virgin-shamed her little sister.

“You have to grow up. If you can’t with Max, pick someone else. Someone you don’t care about. Then go back to him. Show him you can play with the big boys.”

Apparently losing your virginity proves that you are growing up. Ick. I really don’t like when virginity is tied to respect or maturity levels. That really bothers me and it’s a crappy thing for girls (and guys) to have to worry about.

Leah also had a twisted view of love. Granted neither she or Allie had a good model to look up to. After all, their parents were no longer together thanks to a girl only a few years older than Leah. Their dad had picked this girl, Danielle, over his wife and daughters.

“It’s that nothing matters other than being with this person. Even the things you thought were important, aren’t. Every second you aren’t with this person is like being slowly suffocated.”

That quote worries me. I know so many girls who feel exactly like Leah. So many girls who believe in constant contact and togetherness. That’s not healthy and it worries me that teen girls are reading this.

It’s Leah’s viewpoints on love & sex that get Allie wondering about her own experiences. Is Max really worth all of her thoughts? Is semi-geeky Nick worth more than she initially gives him credit for?

“And I wonder, by giving him what he wants, have I made him want me less?”

That is such a common worry for not only teen girls, but also women as well. We’re told from a very early age that boys want sex. So in the minds of teen girls and some women, once they get sex from you, a guy won’t want you anymore.

Nick tries hard to dispel that worry. He tries hard to make sure that Allie knows how he feels about her and that her decision to have sex with him, has not changed how he feels about her.

And then there’s John Strickland. He turns out to have a connection to Leah that Allie never knew about. Initially, I wasn’t a huge fan of his, but by the time the book ended, I was really liking him and how protective he was towards both Allie and her deceased sister, Leah.

Overall I just wasn’t a huge fan of this book. Some of it I liked, like Nick, John and Allie’s character arc, but a lot of it I didn’t like, like Allie’s parents, Leah, Max and Emery. The pacing was jerky too. Sometimes I would speed through it really quickly and and other times, I’d be reading it very slowly because I was at a part that wasn’t particularly interesting to me. I am giving it 3 stars. The only reason it’s not getting a lower rating is because I enjoyed Allie’s character arc a LOT.

Waiting on Wednesday #28

This weekly feature is hosted by Jill of Breaking the Spine. It’s a way to showcase upcoming titles that we’re excited about.

My Pick
Book Link: Goodreads

Six years have passed since England’s King Charles II returned from exile to reclaim the throne, ushering in a new era of stability for his subjects.

Except for Elizabeth Milton. The daughter of notorious poet John Milton, Elizabeth has never known her place in this shifting world—except by her father’s side. By day she helps transcribe his latest masterpiece, the epic poem Paradise Lost, and by night she learns languages and sword fighting. Although she does not dare object, she suspects that he’s training her for a mission whose purpose she cannot fathom.

Until one night the reason becomes clear: the king’s man arrive at her family’s country home to arrest her father. Determined to save him, Elizabeth follows his one cryptic clue and journeys to Oxford, accompanied by her father’s mysterious young houseguest, Antonio Vivani, a darkly handsome Italian scientist who surprises her at every turn. Funny, brilliant, and passionate, Antonio seems just as determined to protect her father as she is—but can she trust him with her heart?

When the two discover that Milton has planted an explosive secret in the half-finished Paradise Lost—a secret the king and his aristocratic supporters are desperate to conceal—Elizabeth is faced with a devastating choice: cling to the shelter of her old life or risk cracking the code, unleashing a secret that could save her father…and tear apart the very fabric of society.

My Thoughts
Normally I’m not a huge fan of historical fiction, but I loved Blankman’s first two books (Prisoner of Night and Fog & Conspiracy of Blood & Smoke) so I cannot wait for more of her words. Her duology blew me away so I feel confident in saying that I’ll enjoy this book even if it’s a genre I don’t normally read.

What books are you excited for?

Halsey Book Tag

THBTI recently discovered Halsey, and oh my goodness, I think I’m in love. When Bekka tagged me in this, I knew I had to do it. I mean come on it’s HALSEY for goodness sake. I’m so crazy in love with Halsey right now

1. Castle – Your favorite queen
Technically she’s not a queen yet, but she’s a badass princess who I absolutely ADORE!

2. Hold Me Down – A series you just can’t seem to quit no matter how hard you try
This series is like crack. It’s impossible to stop reading it. It’s the equivalent to trashy tv. It’s good, fluffy fun.

3. New Americana – The fictional friend group you’d want to be your fight-the-apocalypse squad
All of the characters in these two books would be awesome to have on my squad for many reasons.

4. Drive – A couple that needs to communicate (better)
Rose & Caleb have stupid arguments over stuff and it makes me want to shake them.

5. Hurricane – Your favorite standalone
This book was utterly glorious. I loved it and I cried over it more times than I care to admit.

6. Roman Holiday – Cutest contemporary couple
Paige and Max had this adorable nerdy thing going, which I LOVED!

7. Ghost – Most tragic breakup
Celaena & Sam. That was brutal ending to this bind up of novellas. I loved Celaena and Sam so much.

8. Colors – One of your faves who hurts you a lot because they make TERRIBLE decisions
God dammit Montanna. I loved you but so many of your decisions made me want to put my head through a wall.

9. Strange Love – A character a lot of people don’t get, but you absolutely love
Loved Audie. She was hilariously funny, blunt and unapologetically honest. A lot of people will be put off by her, but I LOVED her.

10. Coming Down – A book with the best sexy times
Yes, of course. Sexy times with Tamlin & Feyre. So fabulous.

11. Haunting – A book or character you’re still thinking about
This book will blow your mind in the best possible way. I was in a book hangover for a WEEK after this book.

12. Gasoline – Favorite self-destructive character
Stevie was a mess, but there were legitimate reasons for that. She had gone through so much in her young life. Her self destruction was mostly because of her eating disorder.

13. Control – Your favorite villain
Loved Rhysand. I cannot wait for more of him in book two.

14. Young God – Characters that secretly worship each other
Kitty & Knox. Yes, they they worship each other. It’s obvious to me.

15. Walk the Line – Best retelling or reworking
Yessss, gorgeous writing, gorgeous characters. I loved this book!

16. Is There Somewhere – OTP with obstacles
Alex and Miles were awesome, but they do have some obstacles to deal with.

17. Empty Gold – An OTP that became a NoTP
Sorry Laura Jean, but you deserve so much better than Peter.

18. Trouble – A toxic relationship you still ship even though you know better
Lia and the Assassin. I know he was sent to kill her, but I’m still shipping them. HARD.

I’m not going to tag anyone, but if you love Halsey, you should do this tag.



I am a huge FRIENDS fan and several months ago, I saw this tag on Nick’s Book Blog and I knew I had to do it at some point.


The One Where Eddie Won’t Go
The Character I Wish Would Just Go Away
Ames. God he was creepy, boundary pushing, slimeball. I think he is my least favorite character of this year.

R&RThe One Where Ross and Rachel Take A Break
Favorite Breakup Scene
The breakup scene between Michael & Lucy. It came at a point in the story where there was so much mind fuckery and the scene only added to the break up.

The One With All The Kissing
A Book With Lots Of Kissing
Lots of kissing in this one. Loved all the sexiness & kissing.

The Last One
Favorite Series Finale
I loved how this series ended. I could not have ended the series any better.

The One With The Blackout
A Moment From A Book I Want To Forget
When Ben was a total asshole about Stacey, going as far as to tell Kate that he didn’t owe Stacey anything. I was disgusted and so unbelievably horrifying. 

The One Where Chandler Can’t Cry
A Book That Did Not Make You Emotional As It Did Other Readers
I wanted to feel all the emotions, but I didn’t feel any of them. I wanted to cry so badly because so many others did, but I didn’t.

The One Where Joey Doesn’t Share Food
A Book You Won’t Ever Lend Out
Considering that my ARC of this is signed & personalized, there’s no way in HELL I’m letting anyone borrow it.

The One With The Thumb
A Recent Book That You Would Give Two Thumbs Up To
Yay for insane mind fuckery. I was so unsure about this book, but it was an awesome surprise.

The One With The Ick Factor
A Book With A Pet Peeve
Weak character who refuse to stand up for themselves. I love strong, confident characters. Doormat characters piss me off.

The One With The Lesbian Wedding
Favorite LGBT Book Couple
Simon & Blue = My OTP

I am not going to tag anyone, but if you love Friends, you should do it.

Review: Rules for 50/50 Chances by Kate McGovern

dbff7-rf5050cBook Title: Rules for 50/50 Chances
Author: Kate McGovern
Published Date: November 24th, 2015
Publisher: Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group
Genre: YA Contemporary
Book Link: Goodreads
Pre-Order Links: AmazonBarnes & NobleThe Book Depository

Synopsis from Goodreads
A heartrending but ultimately uplifting debut novel about learning to accept life’s uncertainties; a perfect fit for the current trend in contemporary realistic novels that confront issues about life, death, and love.

Seventeen-year-old Rose Levenson has a decision to make: Does she want to know how she’s going to die? Because when Rose turns eighteen, she can take the test that will tell her if she carries the genetic mutation for Huntington’s disease, the degenerative condition that is slowly killing her mother. With a fifty-fifty shot at inheriting her family’s genetic curse, Rose is skeptical about pursuing anything that presumes she’ll live to be a healthy adult—including going to ballet school and the possibility of falling in love. But when she meets a boy from a similarly flawed genetic pool, and gets an audition for a dance scholarship in California, Rose begins to question her carefully-laid rules.

Disclaimer: I received this e-ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

This book was totally 100% up my alley. I love reading about and studying rare genetic diseases. Had my math abilities been good, I would have probably gone into genetics. That’s how fascinating I find this stuff. So when I first read the synopsis for this book I got really excited.

I don’t know if I’m more excited about the diversity of this book or about the strong family presence. Can I pick both? Because I want to. Caleb, Rose’s love interest is African American, her best friend Lena is Asian. I loved that about this book. Her parents were still together despite her mom’s illness. That, right there, was amazing to see So often spouses ditch their ill partners because they don’t want to deal with what’s ahead.

Not to mention Rose’s grandma was in the picture. She was helping Rose’s father (her son) care for his wife. I have a close relationship with my own grandma so I loved how present Rose’s grandma was in her life.

I think the one real negative thing I’d have to say about this book was that I didn’t love the romance. Caleb bugged the hell out of me. I know he was constantly stressed out since his mom and two sisters all had Sickle Cell Disease, but sometimes he treated Rose like crap. Yes, she didn’t always treat him well either, but I think this was a case of two teenagers who had a lot of stuff on their plates. Stressful stuff that would have made most adults short tempered. The romance usually felt really forced to me and I was definitely disappointed by that.

And the ending was really anti-climatic for me. I was disappointed by the ending. I was hoping for a different ending. I felt like I didn’t get a whole lot of closure to the story. I wish I could say more about it, but I’m trying to avoid talking about spoilers. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and am glad I read it. I am giving it 4 stars.

My Latest Music Obsession

By now, you all should know that music is one of my loves. I love all different types of music. Pretty much the only genre I won’t listen to is rap. I hate, HATE rap.

Recently, I fell in love with Halsey. So many of my blogging buddies were listening to Halsey, so I wanted to give her a shot.

And I LOVE her. Oh my god. If I could marry her, I would. I’ve been listening to her entire Badlands album nearly constantly. I don’t even think I could pick a favorite song.


It’s a tossup between Ghost and Is There Somewhere. Or Castle, or Gasoline…

Oh hell, I love the entire fucking album.

It takes a really special artist for me to love the entire album. So way to go Halsey.

My fourteen year old brother and I normally never see eye to eye on music, but even HE loves Halsey. So awesome.

So if you haven’t heard of Halsey, you need to look into her and listen to her music. I swear after one song you’ll be hooked!

Review: Placebo Junkies by J.C. Carleson

Book Title: Placebo Junkies
Author: J. C. Carleson
Published Date: October 27th, 2015
Publisher: Random House Children’s
Genre: YA Contemporary Thriller
Book Link: Goodreads
Pre-Order Links: AmazonBarnes & NobleThe Book Depository

Synopsis from Goodreads
Going Bovine meets Trainspotting in this gritty portrait of at-risk teens gaming the prescription drug trial system.

Meet Audie: Professional lab rat. Guinea pig. Serial human test subject. For Audie and her friends, “volunteering” for pharmaceutical drug trials means a quick fix and easy cash.

Sure, there’s the occasional nasty side effect, but Audie’s got things under control. If Monday’s pill causes a rash, Tuesday’s ointment usually clears it right up. Wednesday’s injection soothes the sting from Tuesday’s “cure,” and Thursday’s procedure makes her forget all about Wednesday’s headache. By the time Friday rolls around, there’s plenty of cash in hand and perhaps even a slot in a government-funded psilocybin study, because WEEKEND!

But the best fix of all is her boyfriend, Dylan, whose terminal illness just makes them even more compatible. He’s turning eighteen soon, so Audie is saving up to make it an unforgettable birthday. That means more drug trials than ever before, but Dylan is worth it.

No pain, no gain, Audie tells herself as the pills wear away at her body and mind. No pain, no gain, she repeats as her grip on reality starts to slide….

Raw and irreverent, Placebo Junkies will captivate readers until the very end, when author J. C. Carleson leans in for a final twist of the knife.

Disclaimer: I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

This one looked interesting from the moment I saw it on Goodreads. I requested it and totally forgot about it. So when I got the approval email, all I felt was nerves. I wanted this book to be awesome and I was so worried that all the hype I had built up for it was going to be unwarranted.

I loved, LOVED this book. It was an insane mind-fuck that had me questioning the entire book and wanting to know exactly what was going on. It took me a long time to realize that things weren’t as they seemed. Maybe I should have picked up on that sooner. Oooops. It was a book that has been flying under the radar, but it’s a book that all YA Thriller enthusiasts should read.

It’s been a long time since I loved a protagonist like Audie. She was hilariously funny, un-apologetically blunt and through it all, it was clear she had a good heart. She wanted so badly to make memories for her terminally ill boyfriend, Dylan.

Audie even writes a blog, trying to help other people who are just stepping into this guinea pig thing. Her blog entries are insanely funny, and as someone who has a long history with pharmacies, hospitals and doctors, I found myself laughing so hard I couldn’t breathe.

She was good to her roommates, Jameson & Charlotte. Especially Charlotte. Charlotte didn’t talk about her life before. She kept herself very guarded, not trusting many people, and especially not trusting men. It was hard for Audie to see that because she had such a loving relationship with Dylan. She couldn’t understand why Charlotte didn’t like him.

“Because of the life she’s had, she just has no concept of genuine un-fucked up love.”

As the book continues, things go from bad to worse. Audie starts losing chunks of time. Her memories start to become cloudy and she struggles with knowing what’s real and what isn’t. She doesn’t want to bother Dylan about this because his life, unlike hers, has been normal. She keeps what she’s doing to herself, just like she keeps her past to herself. She doesn’t want to burden Dylan with why she’s not in school, why she’s got no family around.

“Sometimes people cause themselves harm just to prove to themselves, and perhaps the rest of the world, that they can.”

I found The Professor to be very interesting. I am still unsure as to what his actual position in the story was, but I kept thinking that he had to be central to the story. He had to be around for a reason. I do wish we had seen more of him though.

“It’s more like a feeling of being simultaneously dead and alive, like a furless version of Shrodinger’s cat.”

Audie’s descriptions of her feelings while on the various drugs were really awesome, and surprisingly funny.

Things just got crazier and crazier as the book continued. I started to question so many things about the drugs, and about the characters in this book. I started to realize that something was off. Aside from the morally decrepit Audie. I felt like I was missing something. Something was going to smack me in the face.

“Because the truth is whatever you say it is.”

This book surprised me in the best way possible. I hadn’t heard much about it, so I wasn’t sure what to expect with it. But I loved it. I love mind-fuckery and having them in books only make me happier. This book was awesome and I highly, highly recommend it to people who love YA Thrillers because that’s exactly what this one was. I am giving this one 5 stars.

Waiting on Wednesday #27

This feature is hosted by Jill of Breaking the Spine. It’s a way to showcase upcoming titles that we’re excited about.

My Pick
Book Link: Goodreads

Andie had it all planned out.

When you are a politician’s daughter who’s pretty much raised yourself, you learn everything can be planned or spun, or both. Especially your future.

Important internship? Check.

Amazing friends? Check.

Guys? Check (as long as we’re talking no more than three weeks)

But that was before the scandal. Before having to be in the same house with her dad. Before walking an insane number of dogs. That was before Clark and those few months that might change her whole life.

Because here’s the thing – if everything’s planned out, you can never find the unexpected.

And where’s the fun in that?

My Thoughts
Ooooh, yay! Another Morgan Matson book. I am so, SO excited for this book. Is it May 2016 yet because I really, really want to read this book. It looks like a perfect summery read and I cannot wait to have this book in my hands.

What book are you excited about?

Taylor Swift Book Tag

I was tagged by Bekka of Pretty Deadly.

I knew I had to do this tag because I absolutely adore Taylor. Not only for her music, but also how good she is to her fans.

1. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
pick a book or series you were pretty sure you were in love with, but then wanted to break up with
I had so much hope for this book. It was weird, which I love and it started out so freaking AWESOME. But things took a downward spiral, fast.

2. Red
a book with a red cover
I didn’t have any books that were all red, so I picked these three books that had the most red on them.

3. Best Day
a book that makes you feel nostalgic
My mom bought me the whole series when I was either eight or nine and I devoured them very quickly. They were my first love and I think the first full series I completed.

4. Love Story
a book with forbidden love
Lexi falls in love with a girl named Carolyn while they are at a de-gayification camp for the summer.

5. I Knew You Were Trouble
a book with a bad character you couldn’t help but love
The Darkling! Yessss, I have not finished the series yet, but the Darkling intrigued me almost immediately.

6. Innocent
a book that someone spoiled you for
I’d have to say none because I’m really awesome at avoiding spoilers for books & no one has ever spoiled a book for me.

7. Everything Has Changed
a book with a character that goes through extensive character development
Sydney’s character arc was awesome. She learned about herself, especially when it came to speaking up for herself. She learned about the fact that family isn’t always blood related.

8. You Belong With Me
your most anticipated release
So excited for this book. I’ve loved the first two books in the trilogy and I cannot wait to see how it all ends.

9. Forever and Always
a book with your favorite book couple
Simon & Blue = My OTP

10. Begin Again
a series that deserves a second chance
I have the first two books in this series and I’ve tried starting the series and I just could not get into it. I do want to try it again at some point.

11. Wonderland
a book with your favorite fantasy world
No surprise here, right?

12. Last Kiss
a series you aren’t ready to let go, even though it’s ended
This series was so unique and I was never quite sure what was going on. I was definitely sorry to see it end though.

13. Clean
a series that you’re glad is over
This series just got worse and worse. I honestly was so happy to see it end.

14. Wildest Dreams
your favorite fictional guy
Definitely Khalid. He’s dark, mysterious and so intriguing.

15. Enchanted
a book you found by chance and ended up loving
I bought Pointe on a whim in 2014. I had heard next to nothing about it, but I was definitely intrigued. This book turned out to be one of my favorites of 2014, and it’s still my number one recommendation when people ask me for dark contemporary recs. Out of the Easy was recommended to me by Bekka, actually and I ended up loving it.

16. All You Had to Do Was Stay
a book you didn’t finish, but wish you had given another chance
I’m sure I’d love I’ll Give You The Sun if I gave it another chance. I’ve heard nothing to suggest otherwise. I want to give Sex & Violence another shot to impress me as well.

17. Come Back, Be Here
pick a book you would least like to lend out
My physical ARC of this is signed & personalized so I would NEVER loan this one out.

18. Teardrops On My Guitar
a book that made you cry a lot
Both of these books broke my heart. I am fairly certain I ran out of kleenex while I read each of these.

19. Shake it Off
a book you love so much you just shake off the haters
I loved this book. It showed a darker side to the aftermath of rape. It showed a realistic side, a side no one wants to think about.

20. Blank Space
favorite autographed book
Like I said earlier, this book is signed & personalized. Enough said.

21. Today Was a Fairy Tale
a favorite retelling
I could not decide between these two. They are both awesome reads.

I am not going to tag anyone, but if you want to do it, go right ahead. If you do choose to do it, let me know.