Read-a-Thon Goals Read as many of my “August” review books as I can. Read at least 9 books, or approximately one per day. 9 is a bare minimum; 15 would be my ultimate goal. Start on my “September” books. Books to Knock Out The Last Rising by Rachel Firasek The Beast Call by Anne Tibbets Ordained by Devon Ashley Untouchable by John Galligan The Jackpot by David Kazzie Gypsy Knights by Rhett and Lafe Metz 314 Crescent Manor by M. Jones The poisoned House by Michael Ford The New England Witches Chronicles by Chelsea Bellingeri Other Books I’d Love to Get to Fourteen by C.M. Smith The Egyptian by Layton Green Lies Inside by Lindsey Gray Supernova by C.L. Parker Paying the Piper by Rachel Brimble How Much Time I Intend to Read It is my last week of summer before Law school starts up again so I plan on enjoying it as much as I can. I should have a lot of time to read, but I will also… Read more »
Thank you everyone for entering my Tower of Parlen Min giveaway! And thank you to the Author Matt Xell for providing the books for the giveaway. There are 5 winners for this giveaway and without further ado, the winners are… #31. Krystal Larson #43. Ruby95660 #58. Lisa Richards #17. Gina Hamm And #67. Mary Baker Congrats Everyone!! The winners have all been emailed
In My Mailbox was inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie and created by Kristi at The Story Siren. This is a culmination of about a month and a half worth of IMM’s. I do not get this many books for review in one week. I was away last month and I wanted to save up all my books to share with you when I got home. For Review: The Last Rising by Rachel Firasek (Author) 314 Crescent Manor by M. Jones (publisher) Mistakes by A.M. Hayward & L.J. Holder (publisher) Lies Inside by Lindsey Gray (Publisher) Sebastian and the Afterlife by William J. Barry (publisher) New England Witch Chronicles by Chelsea Bellingeri (Author) The Egyptian by Layton Green (Author) The Inquisitor’s Apprentice by Chris Moriarty (NetGalley) Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver (NetGalley) Eve by Anna Carey (NetGalley) The Temple by Heather Marie Adkins (Author) Paying the Piper by Rachel Brimble (Author) Wisdom’s Kiss by Catherine Gilbert Murdock (NetGalley) Love at Absolute Zero by Christopher Meeks (Publisher)… Read more »
Progeny: The Children of the White Lions by R. T. Kaelin ebook, 672 pages Published February 14th 2011 by Terrene Press Age Group: YA Source: Author Buy this Book: Amazon Summary (from Goodreads) Nikalys and his sister Kenders grew up living a peaceful life in the quiet farming village of Yellow Mud until the blistering hot day when they go to the nearby lake for a swim. When they reach the lake, they spy an unknown mage conjure a massive water creature hundreds of feet tall. They watch in horror as the water creature plunges toward their home, apparently drowning all in its path, including their parents and older brother, Jak. As the only survivors, brother and sister strike out on their own, hoping to discover the reason their home and family was destroyed. They must make their way through a countryside where magic is outlawed, punishable by imprisonment or even death while struggling with the revelation that Kenders has magical abilities herself. Although Kenders can feel and touch the… Read more »
Today is the last day to enter my giveaway! I am giving away 5 ebook copies of Tower of Parlen Min! CLICK HERE TO ENTER MY GIVEAWAY! Good luck!
Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee’s View and Alison can Read. If you are new to the #FF fun, Follow Friday is a blog hop that expands your blog following by a joint effort between bloggers. First you leave your name on Parajunkee’s site, then you create a post on your own blog that links back to Parajunkee, and then you visit as many blogs as you can and tell them hi in their comments (on the post that has the #FF image). You follow them, they follow you. Win. Win. Just make sure to follow back if someone follows you! ok now for the question! Q. If you could write yourself a part in a book, what book would it be and what role would you play in that book? Everyone has been saying Harry Potter, so while I love HP I think I am going to go a different route this week. They are still going to be paranormal roles though, because I think that would… Read more »
I’m stealing this announcement post from Book of Secrets, who stole it from 25 Hour Books. 😉 Amanda @ On a Book Bender is hosting her first read-a-thon! — Are you suffering from a bout of books? Is there an overwhelming amount of books in your TBR combined with too little free time to read? Then you need the Bout of Books Read-a-Thon! Read as much (or as little) as you can between 12:00am 8/22 and 11:59pm 8/28 (your time zone). Network with fellow participants! Post on your blog, Goodreads, or Twitter. If you’re on Twitter, please use the hashtag #boutofbooks. Want to sign up or have more questions? Head over to On a Book Bender!!
Switched (A Trylle Novel #1) by Amanda Hocking Paperback, 304 pages Published July 12th 2010 by CreateSpace Age Group: YA Source: bought Buy this Book: Amazon Summary (from Goodreads) When Wendy Everly was six-years-old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. It isn’t until eleven years later that Wendy finds out her mother might’ve been telling the truth. With the help of Finn Holmes, Wendy finds herself in a world she never knew existed – and it’s one she’s not sure if she wants to be a part of. —————————————————————————– My Review: I really liked this book. When I first found out it was about trolls, I was so skeptical. But it turned out really good. I can’t say im too fond of the Queen, but that is not surprising, since she is such a cold character. I do like Wendy- she is so feisty and strong willed. I love that she does not let anyone push her around. Unfortunately, I also really like… Read more »
Ask me anything! http://formspring.me/chelle2006 Well, I did not know that this would become a post on my blog, but while it is I will let you guys know what formspirng is. (in case you didn’t know) Formspring is a site where you can follow and ask people questions, either anonymously or signed. I like answering questions and Im a very open person, so feel free to ask anything- from books, to school, to hobbies- anything is fair game!
When I was looking at I’m Loving Books beautiful blog (which you all should check out), I saw that she mentioned she uses FictFact to follow and track her series. So I decided to see what it was all about. I am a die hard goodreads fan. I love how goodreads is set up and it is my hands down favorite book website that I have found. So I was not expecting to be that impressed by FictFact. I am very pleased to say I was wrong! FictFact is very user friendly and it is a good source for up to date book news. I like that you can track your progress of all your series and it will tell you what the next book in the series is and whether you are current on that series or not. You can also follow people and see which series they are reading, as well as update your TBR pile and let others know what books you are going to be reading… Read more »