Tag Archives: books

#COYER: New Year’s Read-A-Thon 1/1/15 – 1/4/15

This is the first read-a-thon in the COYER (Clean Out Your EReader) Winter Challenge. You can sign up to join at Fantasy Is More Fun. My (tentative) list of what I hope to read is as follows:   The Enemy by Charlie Higson (The Enemy #1). My husband... Read More | Share it now!

What Next? Wednesday: Second Run Reviews Edition

Welcome to week three of What Next? Wednesday! You can participate in these ways: Write about what book you would have chosen to read next on your blog, using the FIRST I READ book chosen by that week’s honored person, and put a link in the... Read More | Share it now!

‘Wraith’ Trilogy by Angel Lawson: Great YA Paranormal Trilogy is Available in a Bundle Pack!

I have this author friend who has written some pretty amazing books. I am happy to tell you that her Wraith trilogy is on sale right now! I have reviewed the first two in the series, as well as many of her other books. Just hover over... Read More | Share it now!

Nothing Bugged Me About ‘The Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls’ by Claire Legrand

Recently, somewhere, I came across Winterspell by Claire Legrand. It was published at the end of September, and when I read the synopsis of the story, it sounded like something I’d want to read. Of course there is a waiting list at my library... Read More | Share it now!

More Jared than Tiffany: ‘Being Audrey Hepburn’ by Mitchell Kriegman

Briefly: What happens when your average girl with below average finances and a Jersey accent gets stuck in that infamous black Givenchy from Breakfast at Tiffany’s? At the Metropolitan Museum of Art? During a hoity toity soirée? And people see... Read More | Share it now!

The Sunday Post 10.5.2014 Edition

I am in some kind of fried food coma, dreaming of a variety of consumables cooked to a delicious, greasy crisp (is that an oxymoron?) by the time this is published. In other words, I will be sound asleep and snoring after attending the State Fair... Read More | Share it now!

Evocative Fantasy: ‘Illusions of Fate’ by Kiersten White

Briefly: Melei is a riot of color; Albion is shades of slate. Jessamin, the daughter of an encounter between her Melei mother and Alben father, has left the island to continue her studies. The professor at a college in Avebury (“teeming with... Read More | Share it now!

INKlets: Supah Short Reviews So I Can Return These Books to the Library Already

OK. Don’t you just sometimes want to say “Yes! I agree with everyone out there who loves this book and I have nothing new to add/more to say!” or “This book was so meh that I don’t even want to write a full-blown... Read More | Share it now!

Coliloquy’s Summer Reading Challenge 7/7 – 8/31

Are you interested in book challenges? What about book challenges that started 3 weeks ago *cough cough* and I just remembered to post this? GO ON! YOU CAN DO IT! Here’s all of the pertinent info: Colioquy is hosting their first Reading Challenge... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: Five Title Round-Up Review

Unhinged by A. G. Howard Briefly: Volume 2 of the Splintered series, Unhinged is a continuation of the Alice in Wonderland-inspired story of Alyssa Gardner and her link to an unusual family and world. Defeating the Red Queen was over, and Alyssa wants... Read More | Share it now!