Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday (59) - Fracture

Megan Miranda
Publisher: Walker Books for Young Readers
To be released: January 3, 2012

Summary (from Goodreads):

Eleven minutes passed before Delaney Maxwell was pulled from the icy waters of a Maine lake by her best friend Decker Phillips. By then her heart had stopped beating. Her brain had stopped working. She was dead. And yet she somehow defied medical precedent to come back seemingly fine—despite the scans that showed significant brain damage. Everyone wants Delaney to be all right, but she knows she’s far from normal. Pulled by strange sensations she can’t control or explain, Delaney finds herself drawn to the dying. Is her altered brain now predicting death, or causing it? 

Then Delaney meets Troy Varga, who recently emerged from a coma with similar abilities. At first she’s reassured to find someone who understands the strangeness of her new existence, but Delaney soon discovers that Troy’s motives aren’t quite what she thought. Is their gift a miracle, a freak of nature—or something much more frightening?

For fans of best-sellers like Before I Fall and If I Stay, this is a fascinating and heart-rending story about love and friendship and the fine line between life and death.

I’ve already read this book, but still I cannot wait for it to be released. It’s a really good book and blends contemporary with a bit of, I guess you would call it, paranormal. Super excited for it to be released!

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event highlighting exciting upcoming releases. It is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab

The Near Witch
Victoria Schwab
Publisher: Hyperion Books CH
Release Date: August 2, 2011
Series or Standalone: Standalone
ISBN: 1423137876
Format: ARC
Pages: 288
Source: Different Area Codes Book Tours
Victoria Schwab - Author Site
Victoria Schwab - Blog
Victoria Schwab - Twitter

Ratings: 5 Stars

Wow. The Near Witch is such a lyrical, beautiful debut. I cannot even describe the awe I was in while reading this book.

The first thing about this book that will capture your attention and hold you captivated is the writing. The writing is impeccable. From the first line, the writing captivates your senses: “It starts with a crack, a sputter and a spark.” I found myself in awe of the beauty of the writing. Victoria Schwab is able to write such beautiful descriptions, I literally could picture everything There are so many beautifully written passages. I felt wrapped up in the story because of the writing. Victoria’s writing captivates the senses, literally making you think you can hear the wind and feel the breeze on the moors. It’s amazing the effect her writing has. There are just such beautiful passages and phrases. One of my favorite lines from the entire book is “The wind is lonely.” I think that is such a beautiful sentiment and makes complete sense. Wind is an extremely important element in this book and Victoria is able to capture the many different aspects of wind spot on. While the writing is so beautiful, it does not seem forced. Victoria’s writing seems so effortless, a fact a bet was not true, but it just flows so seamlessly and effortless, a skill some writers can never attain in their writing.

While I could continue on and on about how the writing left me in awe and literally gave shivers because it was so good, I will continue on to the other aspects of the book. I loved the character of Lexi. She is such a strong heroine. In a town were women are supposed to stay at home and take care of the children, Lexi is not afraid to defy authority or her family to fight for what is right. I loved that even though Lexi’s uncle would expressly tell Lexi to stay home and even force her to stay home, she would still manage to escape and try to figure out the mystery of the disappearances. Lexi always had the best intentions in mind, keeping those she loved safe, and would not be influenced by the towns irrational fear of outsiders. When Lexi knows something is wrong, she is willing to stand up a fight, no matter what the consequence. I really loved Lexi’s relationship with her younger sister Wren. You could really feel how much Lexi loves and looks out for her younger sister. Wren is what motivates Lexi to fight for the truth; she is willing to do anything to keep her younger sister safe. That type of love is hard to fake and their relationship immediately jumps off the page and is extremely relatable to any person who has a sibling, or loves some enough to do anything to protect them.

Then there is Cole. Cole is this mysterious enigma. Lexi knows little about him and so do the readers. He is a strange in the town of Near, an outsider, and instant scapegoat. He is a mystery. I loved how his role was unraveled and slowly the mystery behind Cole was peeled away. Cole was definitely a mystery that I liked unraveling. He was so secretive and very sad and I wanted to know why. I also sympathized with him because the people of Near automatically jumped on Cole as the culprit of the disappearance even as he was helping Lexi try a solve the problems. The length that Cole ends up going to help Lexi is extraordinary. You really end up sympathizing with him and hating the men of Near for what they do to him because they think that because he is a strange and arrived right as the disappearance occurred that he must be responsible and he is the only thing that could be responsible.

Once I started this book, I found it nearly impossible to put it down. I was engrossed in the story. The mystery of the disappearance was intriguing and had me turning pages until Lexi figured it out. I really enjoyed the sections of the plot that dealt with Lexi deifying what naturally expected of her and the conflict between herself and her Uncle Otto. Those scenes were some of my favorites. Towards the end of the book, the action really picked up and the last couple of chapters flew by until the book was over. I really liked how Victoria Schwab was able to wrap up everything in the end and I was satisfied with how she chose to end everything.

This book is a must read. It’s stunningly beautiful. I will definitely be picking up a finished copy to have one my bookshelf because it is just so beautifully written and captivating. It left me in awe and I felt I would never be able to explain how this book made me felt. 

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Love Story Giveaway Winners

Thanks to everyone who entered to win Love Story by Jennifer Echols. The two winners are:


Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday (58) - Take a Bow

Take a Bow
Elizabeth Eulberg
Publisher: Scholastic Pint
To be released: April 2012

Summary (from Goodreads):

From the fantastic author of The Lonely Hearts Club and Prom & Prejudice comes a story of all the drama and comedy of four friends who grow into themselves at a performing arts high school. 
Emme, Sophie, Ethan, and Carter are seniors at a performing arts school, getting ready for their Senior Showcase recital, where the pressure is on to appeal to colleges, dance academies, and professionals in show business. For Sophie, a singer, it's been great to be friends with Emme, who composes songs for her, and to date Carter, soap opera heartthrob who gets plenty of press coverage. Emme and Ethan have been in a band together through all four years of school, but wonder if they could be more than just friends and bandmates. Carter has been acting since he was a baby, and isn't sure how to admit that he'd rather paint than perform. The Senior Showcase is going to make or break each of the four, in a funny, touching, spectacular finale that only Elizabeth Eulberg could perform.

I cannot wait to read this book. I loved Elizabeth Eulberg’s previous two books, Prom and Prejudice and the Lonely Hearts Club and cannot wait to read her new one. Her books always put a smile on my face and I’m sure this one will too!

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event highlighting exciting upcoming releases. It is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Supernaturally by Kiersten White

Kiersten White
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release Date: July 26, 2011
Series or Standalone:  Paranormalcy #2
ISBN: 9780061985867
Format: ARC
Pages: 352
Source: Borrowed
Kiersten White – Website 
Kiersten White – Blog 
Kiersten White – Twitter

Rating: 3.5 Stars

I was really looking forward to the sequel to the BLEEPING awesome Paranormalcy. However, I felt like Supernaturally was more of a whimper than the bang I was expecting. I was slightly disappointed by Supernaturally. I really loved Paranormalcy but Supernaturally felt a bit bland in comparison.

Supernaturally suffered from what I call the second-book-in-a-trilogy syndrome. Basically, the second book in a trilogy is kind of boring and slow moving and their to establish plot points for the big finale. In many ways, this is how Supernaturally felt for me. I felt this book was very slow moving and I think that was because of the plot. Personally, I’m not really sure what the central plot was. There were a bunch of small story lines, but I felt they did not connect together into one major plot. I was a little bored, and that made me sad. There were also things that were brought up in Supernaturally that then were not mentioned again, such as not hearing for the elementals. I know it is probably set up for book 3 but it just felt forgotten at points.

While the plot wasn’t my favorite, I will say I loved being back in Evie’s world. I lobe Evie. Kiersten White really has created a very distinct voice with Evie. As in Paranormalcy, Evie is just as snarky and hilarious. I was giggling within the first couple pages. Evie has grown since Paranormalcy. Evie knows now more about who she is and has the chance at a “normal” life and that has changed her. I really liked her character growth throughout this book. She learns a lot more about herself and has to deal with that knowledge and she deals with it well.

A lot of the same characters from Paranormalcy are back in this one. Including Lend, but there wasn’t enough Lend for my taste in this book since he was offer at college. Along with a bunch of old characters, Kiersten White introduces a new character, Jack who I really enjoyed. Jack was a character and really funny. He kind of reminded me of a Puck-esque character. However, the one thing I did not like about Jack was I figured out his purpose right when I met him. Other than that, Jack was a really interesting new character who provided some really good entertainment.

Overall, Supernaturally was a decent read. It was nice to be back in Evie’s world and I love Kiersten’s writing. Even though I was a bit disappointed by this book (probably because it had to live up to Paranormalcy) I still enjoyed it. And I will definitely be picking up the third and final book in the series Endlessly when it’s out sometime next year. Also, this cover is gorgeous! I love it and I love how it matches Parnormalcy.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore

Texas Gothic
Rosemary Clement-Moore
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Release Date: July 12, 2011
Series or Standalone:  Standalone
ISBN: 978028573690
Format: eBook
Pages: 416
Source: Bought
Rosemary Clement-Moore – Website 
Rosemary Clement-Moore – Blog 
Rosemary Clement-Moore – Twitter

Rating: 5 Stars

I really loved Texas Gothic. This book was a perfect blend of mystery, paranormal and romance. Texas Gothic is like a paranormal Nancy Drew and I could not put it down once I started it.

Rosemary Clement-Moore has a perfect balance of mystery and paranormal in Texas Gothic. The paranormal aspect of the book did not feel overpowering; instead, the paranormal aspect of ghosts was weaved into the story and felt normal. This story worked on so many levels. I loved the regular mystery related to the bodies being found on the McCulloch farm and then the paranormal mystery of why the ghost is haunting Amy. Both mysteries wove together perfectly and kept me on the edge of my seat.

I really loved the characters of Texas Gothic. Amy was a great main character. Amy had spunk. She is the odd one out of in her family. The Goodnights are all into the paranormal, being witches and stuff, but Amy tries to keep stay sane and keep people from saying bad things about her family. I loved how Amy tried so hard to stay the normal one in her family, but could had her own special powers that draw her back into the paranormal world which is the norm for the Goodnights. One of my favorite things in this book was the relationship between Ben and Amy. Ben and Amy had great back and forth exchanges. When Amy and Ben first met, I couldn’t help but laugh at the situation. Ben and Amy’s exchanges were filled with snark and sass. I loved it. And of course it was filled with sexual tension. Their relationship was perfect in my opinion.

I loved the mystery in this book. I literally did not know who the culprits were. Rosemary Clement-Moore kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I stayed up until 3 am reading this and did not care because I was so engrossed into the story.

It's really hard to put my emotions into words while reading this book. I truly loved it and really have no way to describe how this book made me feel. It's another one of those awesome books that I just truly love. It had that special something that just makes a book awesome. 

Texas Gothic sweeps you up into it’s world and takes you for a great ride. The writing is fluid and blends together mystery and paranormal perfectly. Once you start reading you will not want to stop reading. Rosemary Clement-Moore has created a great mystery that I cannot wait to reread. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a great mystery book with interesting paranormal elements. Definitely a reread for me! 

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday (57) - Tempest

Julie Cross
Publisher: Thomas Dunne
To be released: January 3, 2012

Summary (from Goodreads):

Jackson thought he had all the time in the world with Holly. Until time took him away from her . . . 
Nineteen-year-old Jackson Meyer is a normal guy . . . who just happens to be able to travel through time. It’s all just harmless fun until the day Jackson witnesses his girlfriend, Holly, get fatally shot. In his panic, Jackson jumps back two years, but it’s not long before the people who shot Holly come looking for him. And these “Enemies of Time” will stop at nothing to recruit (or kill) this powerful young time-traveler. Jackson must decide how far he is willing to go to save Holly . . . and the entire world.

This book has a gorgeous cover! I love it. Also, time travel. I’m so reading this book. This book must be pretty good since movie rights have sold for it ALREADY and the book isn’t out until next year! I will definitely be checking this one out.

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event highlighting exciting upcoming releases. It is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Love Story by Jennifer Echols + Giveaway!

Love Story
Jennifer Echols
Publisher: MTV Books
Release Date: July 19, 2011
Series or Standalone: Standalone
ISBN: 1439178321
Format: eGalley
Pages: 243
Source: GalleyGrab
Jennifer Echols – Website 
Jennifer Echols – Blog
Jennifer Echols – Twitter 

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Love Story is another great book from Jennifer Echols. Let me start by saying I love Jennifer Echols. I was bullied by Erica to read her books and I’m really glad she force me to read them. Jennifer Echols knows how to write great contemporary romances and Love Story was another great addition.

In Love Story, the story was spot on. I loved the romance tension and relationship between Hunter and Erin. Their story developed at a perfect pace and I couldn’t help but love their story.

One of my favorite things about this book was how Jennifer Echols used the stories Erin and Hunter were writing in the college class to help tie together Erin and Hunter’s own personal story. I loved how their writing pieces reflected their own relationship and personal lives. I thought using the characters stories they written was something very different but worked to tie Erin and Hunter’s story together.

Both Hunter and Erin are freshman’s in college. I was so happy to see this. I feel that in YA there are never any characters in college or around the age of people in college. As a college student it’s a nice change of pace to read about characters the same age as me.

One thing Jennifer Echols is a master at is the romance. And boy, let me say, this one had some good romance. The chemistry between Erin and Hunter seemed to jump off the page for me. No matter how much Erin said she didn’t like Hunter, we all know (even Erin did) that she was lying. There was just so much chemistry between the two that I could not wait until both Hunter and Erin acted about it. The romance was just spot on in this book.

When I started this book, I could not stop until I finished it. I really wanted to find out what would happen between Hunter and Erin. I have to say, I think Love Story has surpassed Going Too Far as my favorite Jennifer Echols book. This book is a must read for YA contemporary fans!

Thanks to Big Honcho Media, I have TWO copies of Love Story to giveaway! Here is a little more about the book:

She's writing about him. He's writing about her. And everybody is reading between the lines.

For Erin Blackwell, majoring in creative writing at the New York City college of her dreams is more than a chance to fulfill her ambitions-it's her ticket away from the tragic memories that shadow her family's racehorse farm in Kentucky. But when she refuses to major in business and take over the farm herself someday, her grandmother gives Erin's college tuition and promised inheritance to their maddeningly handsome stable boy, Hunter Allen. Now Erin has to win an internship and work late nights at a local coffee shop to make her own dreams a reality. She should despise Hunter . . . so why does he sneak into her thoughts as the hero of her latest writing assignment?
Then, on the day she's sharing that assignment with her class, Hunter walks in. He's joining her class. And after he reads about himself in her story, her private fantasies about him must be painfully clear. She only hopes to persuade him not to reveal her secret to everyone else. But Hunter devises his own creative revenge, writing sexy stories that drive the whole class wild with curiosity and fill Erin's heart with longing. Now she's not just imagining what might have been. She's writing a whole new ending for her romance with Hunter . . . except this story could come true.

If you would like to learn more about the book you can go here. And now a little bit about the author:

Jennifer Echols is the author of romantic dramas for MTV and romantic comedies for Pulse. She currently lives in Birmingham. Visit her on the web at

Giveaway Rules
-Fill out the form below completely
-Open to US residents only
-Must be 13 years or old to enter. If under 13, parental consent is required.
-One entry per person. Multiple entries will be deleted
-Ends July 20, 2011

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Winner of the Signed Near Witch Contest

The winner of the final signed Near Witch giveaway is Ash whose favorite childhood story was Beauty and the Beast (one of my personal favorites)! Congrats!

Don't forget that the Near Witch is out in 3 weeks! So go pick up a copy then!

July is NetGalley Month!

Emily from Red House Books is hosting a NetGalley month. This is something I could sooooo use. You have no idea. I have so many eGalley's from NetGalley that I desperately need to read and I'm hoping this will help kick my butt into gear.

Basically the gist of NetGalley month is very simple: Read as many NetGalley books as you can in a month. Pretty simple. You can also win prizes from participating! Yay! To learn more about July as NetGalley month you can visit Emily's post explaining it all here.

My goal is to read 7 books from NetGalley as of right now. I might add more to this list, but I'm gonna start with 7.

The 7 books are:
Blood by K.J. Wignall
Tris and Izzy by Mette Ivie Harrison
Ashes by Isla J. Bick 
Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson 
The Poisoned House by Michael Ford
Spellbound by Cara Lynn Shultz 
Sharks & Boys by Kristen Tracy

Saturday, July 9, 2011

A Touch Mortal by Leah Clifford

A Touch Mortal
Leah Clifford
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Release Date: February 22, 2011
Series or Standalone:  Touch Mortal #1
ISBN: 9780062004994
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 432
Source: Bought

Rating: 4 Stars

I’ve been waiting a long time to read this book. For some reason it’s impossible to find it around where I live but this week I drove to Boston for a signing with Leah Clifford, Courtney Allison Moulton and Lisa Desrochers so I finally got a copy! And of course the first thing I did was read it.

I was thoroughly entertained by A Touch Mortal. This book was a dark, sexy and intriguing read. I really loved the world that Leah Clifford created. I loved the Siders. They were a very interesting and new type of paranormal creature. The whole idea of the power of the Touch was awesome. I really felt like Leah Clifford created her own new type of supernatural creatures.

While I did really like the Siders and the power they had, I will admit for the first hundred pages or so I was bit confused by what was going. Like the main character Eden, I was confused by what was going on, but as Eden learn who she was and more about the powers she had, I too was no longer confused. Once I really understand about the Siders and the Touch I started to really get into this book and engrossed in the story and could not put it down. The story just captured my attention and I wanted to see where Leah would take us.

A Touch Mortal is definitely a darker YA read, but I love it! Eden was a very conflicted main character. She has this power stronger then most people, is basically immortal because she herself died and must deal with the boy issues. I loved that all the Siders became Siders if they committed suicide. Imagine wanting to end it all only to wake up after you killed yourself and find that your immortal. God that would suck. But I really liked that darker, more morbid element to the Siders and the book itself.

My one wish in with this book was that the pacing in the beginning was slower. I think part of my confusion in the first hundred pages was that everything happened bam, bam, bam in a row. After those first hundred pages I felt the book slowed down and really found it’s pace.  I really wish that in the relationship between Eden and Az was more developed in the beginning. I felt like as a reader we never saw their relationship grow. One minute they meet and then the next minute they were in love. I just wish I saw more of their relationship so I could understand why Eden loved him so much.

I loved the ending of this book. I loved how the everything in the book slowly built up to the moment in the end. And I feel I should talk a bit about Gabe now. I love Gabe and so much more than I thought rested on him and his actions. Gabe really is one of the best characters in the book. I don’t know why I liked him as much as I did, but I think a lot of it has to do with his actions at the end of the book. The ending really took me by surprise. I really want to read A Touch Morbid to see where Leah Clifford takes these characters next, especially with how she left them at the end of this book.

A Touch Mortal is a dark, stunning, and sexy debut. And while it wasn’t perfect I was just drawn into it and loved it. I highly recommend it, even if you feel like your not really into the darker paranormal or darker YA. It definitely is unique and will leaving you wanting more.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier

Ruby Red
Kerstin Gier
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Release Date: May 10, 2011
Series or Standalone: Series, Book 1
ISBN: 9780805092523
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 324
Source: Library
Ruby Red – Goodreads page

Rating: 4.5 Stars

This book blew me away. I mean, what is there in this book that is not for me to love. It has an amazing story, amazing characters and TIME TRAVEL!!!

Ruby Red was a really new take on time travel. In this book there is no time machine like the TARDIS are mythical powers that allow a person to travel in time. Instead, there are two families who carry a gene for time travel. They are the only two families who carry this gene. The gene carries them back in time and there is no way to prevent it. They do have a machine that works on science that helps to control the time travel. The element of time travel is huge in this book. Gier combines part science and part magic to make her time travel occur and I loved it.

The writing and story-telling in Ruby Red is top quality. The writing was very mature and
descriptive. The writing felt like that of older fairy tales or stories. And then the story-telling was perfect. The plot unfolded at a perfect pace. Once again, this book reminded me of a fairy tale. I felt the writing along with the story makes this book have the potential to be a modern day fairy tale. While it doesn’t have princess or princes, it just has the classical fairy tale feel, or at least for me it did. I do want to say that because this book is translated, I do not know if it has the same feel in German as in English, but the translator did a beautiful job.

The characters in Ruby Red were all really enjoyable. I feel as if each character in this book has a secret that has yet to be revealed to us yet. There are parts of each character that remain a mystery as of yet. The main character Gwyneth was a enjoyable narrator. She was thrust unexpectedly into the role of time-traveler and reacted the way one would if they suddenly traveled in time. I really liked Gwyneth because she felt like an authentic teenager. Then there is Gideon. Gideon to me is still a mystery. He is not your typical swoon worthy hero. At first he is kind of a jerk, but there is still something about him. I feel like we still have much to learn about him and I cannot wait to discover more about who he is.

And now I want to talk about how evil that ending was. The ending was PERFECT in a really evil way. It kind of left the main characters in the middle of a scene but it was a perfect cliffhanger. Now I want to say, if an excerpt for the next book is included in the first book I usually do not read it, but with Ruby Red I HAD TO read that excerpt. I just needed to know what happened next.

Ruby Red is a beautifully crafted story. It spoiled other books for me afterwards. I truly wish I could read German so I could go and buy the next two books in the series and read them now because I do not know how I am going to wait for them to be published in English!

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday (56) - Everneath

Brodi Ashton
Publisher: Harper Collins
To be released: January 3, 2012

Summary (from Goodreads):

Last spring, Nikki Beckett vanished, sucked into an underworld known as the Everneath, where immortals Feed on the emotions of despairing humans. Now she's returned- to her old life, her family, her friends- before being banished back to the underworld... this time forever.

She has six months before the Everneath comes to claim her, six months for good-byes she can't find the words for, six months to find redemption, if it exists.

Nikki longs to spend these months reconnecting with her boyfriend, Jack, the one person she loves more than anything. But there's a problem: Cole, the smoldering immortal who first enticed her to the Everneath, has followed Nikki to the mortal world. And he'll do whatever it takes to bring her back- this time as his queen.

As Nikki's time grows short and her relationships begin slipping from her grasp, she's forced to make the hardest decision of her life: find a way to cheat fate and remain on the Surface with Jack or return to the Everneath and become Cole's...

This sounds like another retelling of the Persephone myth, but still, it sounds really good. And can I say, I AM IN LOVE WITH THIS COVER!! Soooo pretty. The cover makes me want to read the book. And I really like books with a character named Cole, I don’t know why, but I do, so this book is a must read for me!

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event highlighting exciting upcoming releases. It is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

One Month Until the Near Witch!

I'm a little late with this post but the past couple days have been crazy, but now it is time to celebrate ONE MONTH until the Near Witch. I cannot believe that there is only ONE MONTH until this wonderful book is released. I feel like I have talking about this book forever and now it is almost here for everyone to read and to share. It will be on actual SHELVES in actual STORES. This is super exciting!

So, in case you guys forgot, a few months ago a bunch of bloggers and I got together and recorded the awesome (and very embarrassing) Near Witch Rap. I suggest that while we count down the last 30 or so days until the Near Witch comes out that you watch this video to get you all excited. I know I will.

Since there is only ONE MONTH (I MEAN OMG THAT IS LESS THAN 30 DAYS) until the Near Witch's launch, I'm doing another giveaway of a *SIGNED* copy of the Near Witch. All you have to do is fill out the form below to enter! And have no fear, if you do not win this copy, you can BUY your very own copy at the stores in less than a MONTH.

To be entered to win a signed copy of the Near Witch by the wonderful Victoria Schwab, fill out the form below and tell me your favorite childhood story. The contest is open to residents of the US only. The contest will run from today until midnight July 10. One entry per person, multiple entries will be deleted.

And don't forget to visit my fellow Near Witch rappers blogs to enter their giveaway to win the Near Witch!

Wicked Awesome Books
Frenzy of Noise
Ticket to Anywhere
Secret Life of a Bibliophile
The Book Cellarx 
Victoria Schwab (she's having weekly giveaways until the NW release!)

So go ahead and enter! Only one month left until this book is available!!

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Blogoversary Giveaway Winners!

I want to thank everyone for making my blogoversary so awesome. You are all winners in my book. But now it's time to announce all the winners from the blogoversary giveaways!!


Demon's Lexicon Series: Throuthehaze

The Lost Saint: Nicole Weisz

Intertwined: Laura

Brightly Woven: Ash

Beauty Queens: Vidisha Singh

Red Glove: Jennifer K Jovus

City of Fallen Angels: Thao Huynh

Forever: donnas

All winners will be receiving an email from me within the next 24 hours! Congratulations!! And thanks so much for making my blogoversary so awesome!