Fabulous and Fun About Us

In May of 2013 we thought it would be fun to start doing book reviews and to put up a blog where we could post our dual points of view of the books we love as a husband and wife team. So we started Fabulous and Fun. Between the two of us we are able to review and share a wide variety of books in almost all genres.

You can read more about us here. Follow us on Facebook.

All about the peeps behind Fabulous and Fun



Mom. Artist. Blogger.

I’m a stay at home mom of three amazing girls, two of whom are Autistic. Autism Awareness and Acceptance hold significant importance to me. As a Care Giver and an artist, I delight in crafting unique and enjoyable gifts for all. Explore more about my creations on Bolter Designs.

I am a Girl Scout Leader, Volunteer as Team Mom for my daughter’s Challenger Little League Team. Go Challenger Red Rox.

Hobbies: I love to read, watch TV/movies, listen to music and create art. The types of art I enjoy are creating sculptures, painting, custom graphics, and building things.

Professional Reader 10 Book Reviews



Blogger Extraordinaire

A simple man with complex tastes. He’s able to leap genres in a single bound, enjoying a wide variety of books.

A lover of multiple fandoms he’s always willing to Boldy Go hunting Horcruxes as long as The Force is with him.

And for some reason decided that doing this bio in the third person sounded better.

But in all seriousness, I promote books and authors that interest me. I love covers and blurbs that catch my eye. And love to get lost in a forest of words.



Smiles to the Rescue

Author! Student!

A College Student. She is majoring in Journalism, with a minor in Ethnic Studies and French.  She wants to help and inspire the world with her writing. She’s a strong believer in promoting literacy. She is a published author and a Girl Scout Gold Award winner.

Check out Comics by Ashley on Instagram – If Dinos Could Read and Web Toons.

Check out Ashley’s published articles on Mustang News.

Check out the release day post for If Dinos Could Read


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