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Four Houses by Victoria Scott E-book Released!
I am so happy to share with everyone that one of my favorite authors, Victoria Scott has released a former short story she has extended and added detail to.  It is available on Amazon, Nook, and iBooks.  And because she is so awesome, she is even having a giveaway for a digital copy of Four Houses, along with an autographed copy of The Warrior.    I've included the Rafflecopter for you to enter, as well as links for where you can buy Four Houses in case you just can't wait to win it, and mus ... [read more]
Everything is Broken
Everything to Lose: A Novel by Andrew Gross (William Morrow, $26.99, 336 pages) Hilary Jeanine Cantor’s fall from grace is steep and rapid in Andrew Gross’s eighth novel (not counting those he co-wrote with James Patterson) Everything to Lose. She … Continue reading → [read more]
The Metaxy Project
Layton Green is an author that I discovered when he reached out to me about reviewing a new series he was writing, the Dominic Grey series.  That series now has three titles (The Summoner, The Egyptian, and The Diabolist), and I found them to be a delicious combination of well-paced action and interesting information about cults, the occult, and the psychology surrounding them. [read more]
Featured Friday: Character Guest-Post - Sloane Masterson!
Happy Friday, booklings! [read more]
"Jon" by George Saunders (January 27, 2013 The New Yorker)
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FOODFIC: Frozen - Melissa de la Cruz & Michael Johnston
The dystopia created by Cruz and Johnston is pretty much what the title implies – a bleak world of cold and ice, insufferable to all but the heat-eliteof the RSA (Remaining States of America). You could even say the second social tier is comprised of hooved quadrupeds – the few remaining cattle who are nurtured in expensive temperature-controlled stables. The cows probably [live] better lives than most people, in fact. [read more]
Pump Up Your Book Presents Rowena and the Viking Warlord Virtual Book Publicity Tour
Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Melodie Campbell’s Rowena and the Viking Warlord (Book 3 in the Land’s End series) virtual book tour August 4-29! Title: Rowena and the Viking Warlord Author: Melodie Campbell Publisher: Imajin Books Pages: 252 Genre: Paranormal Romance Time Travel Format: Paperback/Kindle He was her enemy and her [...] [read more]
Handspun socks
I thought about posting my spinning from Tour de Fleece, but since there are just a couple days left and I haven’t posted any of it yet, it felt a bit odd. That’ll wait until next week. Instead, today, for … Continue reading → [read more]
(67)Close Your Eyes. Hold Hands by Chris Bohjalian
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands by Chris Bohjalian On Facebook [read more]
Cursed by Destiny - Cecy Robson
Celia Wird and her three sisters are just like other 20-something girls—with one tiny exception: they're products of a backfired curse that has given each of them unique powers that make them, well, weird…... [read more]
Review: The Good Girl by Mary Kubica
Hardcover: 352 pages Publisher: Harlequin MIRA (July 29, 2014) ISBN: 9780778316558 Source: Publisher Mia Dennett is the daughter of a prominent Chicago judge.  As the black sheep of the family, she doesn’t necessarily have the strongest of relationships with her parents. One night, Mia waits at a bar for her boyfriend. When he doesn’t show, […] [read more]
Top 10 TV Mysteries by Claire Baxter, author of Down Among the Dead Men
Title: Down Among the Dead Men Author: Claire Baxter Publisher: Entangled Ignite Pages: 210 Genre: Romantic Suspense Format: Ebook When Caitlyn ventures into the rough, tough world of the South Australian opal fields on a mission to find her estranged father she instead discovers a half-sister she knew nothing about and learns that her father is missing and suspected of a [...] [read more]
Book Blog Walkers: Weekly Check-in July 25
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Book Spotlight/ Project Lexi
Title – Project Lexi Series – The Lexi Series Author – Lisa Survillas Genre – NA/Contemporary Romance Publication Date – June 19, 2014 Publisher – Lisa Survillas Cover Artist – Cover design by Kimberly Knight Photographs for cover – Geanette Trumbull of www.TLCbyG.com       Book Blurb/Synopsis Lexi Crandall’s, world is turned upside down […] [read more]
A busy week
This little pretty just appeared near our porch! As much as I don’t want to blog about why I haven’t been blogging, the week has already slipped away from me! A busy work schedule has kept me with a low-grade headache since Tuesday — and when I get home at night, I want to alternately […] [read more]
Fun Facts Friday: Elias Canetti
Elias Canetti (25 July, 1905 – 14 August, 1994) was a novelist, non-fiction writer, memoirist and playwright. Mr. Elias was born in Bulgaria, but is known as a Swiss and British novelist. Image from russianroulettehitscannes.wordpress.com Books by Elias Canetti The ancestors of Mr. Canetti were Sephardi Jews who were expelled from Spain in 1492. Canetti […] [read more]
Rewind: Inheriting My Reading Spot: The Saga of an Armchair
I'm on vacation this week and next, so will be mixing in some past posts with new reviews and content to keep things active around here. This post originally ran in October 2011, but it just as near and dear to my heart as it was three years ago. [read more]
Review: Serenade by Emily Kiebel
Serenade by Emily Kiebel [read more]
No Relation - Terry Fallis
When talking books, I've had more than one person tell me that I need to try Canadian author Terry Fallis. His earlier novel Best Laid Plans has been made into a television series by CBC and I was hearing that it was really good as well. So, I decided to pick up Fallis's newest book No Relation. [read more]
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Silber's Short Story Collection is Filled with the Sweeping Flair of an Epic Novel
Reviewed by Joan Hanna “When I was reading the books Joe lent me, I felt a kind of joyous relief, once I got past the hard parts. What I loved in anarchism, from the first, was the obvious truth in it: people had gotten it all wrong to expect justice from any state. Power never protected the weak, it only protected itself. Tyranny was built into the system. The clarity of this argument was pretty stunning, I thought, and so was its insistence that this didn't have to continue, despite its l ... [read more]
6 Random Obsessions
#1- I am obsessed with the Counting Crows (among a few other bands).  I own every single album they have ever released and am a bit heartbroken that they are finally on tour again and they will be in Phoenix on August 7th.  I don't have anybody to watch Em so I can go and I am a bit bummed about it.  I have been wanting to see them live for so many years and ... well, it's all good. [read more]
Guilty Pleasures I Actually Feel Guilty About
I’m convinced that guilt sometimes resides in the cells, to be handed down from one generation to the next. In my case, this would be guilt of the Catholic persuasion, and it hovers formless and ready to pounce for no real reason. So here are a few guilty pleasures that actually trigger some guilt (but... Continue reading » [read more]
At the movies: The Fault in Our Stars
One of my favorite books of 2013 was The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.  It’s the story of Hazel and Augustus, a couple of teens with cancer who choose to focus on living rather than dying.  They’re brave and face life with a sense of humor and find a way to love amid […] [read more]
The One-Armed Paperhanger Weekly Link Round-Up
It's been one of those weeks. You know-- when your to-do list is five miles long, but you only have a half mile's worth of time to get it all done in? This is where the post title ties in. Back where I grew up, we had a saying for when you were so frazzled: "Busier than a one-armed paperhanger with the hives." That's me right now, and next week doesn't look to be any better, so I'm going to warn you right now-- Don't be surprised if there's no link round-up next week. Unless I turn into Pope ... [read more]
Guest Review: The Ascendant
Summary: Hidden deep within the figures tracking the ups and downs of the stock market lies a terrifying truth: America is under attack. Our government . . . our economy . . . our very way of life are in the crosshairs of a ruthless enemy . . . and no one knows. Except Garrett Reilly. He has a knack for numbers. He sees patterns no one else can. His gift has made him a rising star on Wall Street. But when he notices that two hundred billion dollars’ worth of U.S. Treasury bonds are being sol ... [read more]
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Review: I Am Regina by Sally M. Keehn
“I don’t remember my mother,” I told Quetit. “You must remember something,” Quetit said. I closed my eyes and with all my aching heart I tried.  I saw a dark mist and two oxen pulling a wagon away from me.  That was all.  And suddenly, I felt so terribly alone, with nothing to fill the […] [read more]
"I Heart New York" by Lindsey Kelk
What does a girl do after discovering her fiancé is sleeping with another woman, disrupting your best friends wedding, and breaking the groom’s hand with the heel of your Louboutin?  Why you run off to another country of course! [read more]
Different kind of reading … what do you think about letters? Do you ever send them anymore? Receive them? Or do you just do email and texts instead? Do you miss the days when people used to write letters? Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go […] [read more]
The Lending Club: My New Toy
Most of the time when I mention products on this blog, it is because I was given a review copy or some other incentive to do so.  In this case, the only incentive is the hope that search engines will pick up this post and grow my readership, so my ad revenue increases. Used with permission One thing I learned about when reading financial planning and investment blogs was peer-to-peer lending.  Basically, this is a process whereby investors loan money to people seeking unsecured personal lo ... [read more]
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review: what strange creatures by emily arsenault
What Strange Creatures begins fairly mundanely with the Battle siblings simply living their ordinary lives. This start illustrates how anyone’s life can be thrown into chaos quite unexpectedly. Theresa would have never expected her out of work, probably alcoholic brother to be accused of murdering his girlfriend, but that’s exactly what happens. Since Theresa will take any excuse not to work on her dissertation, she immediately sets out to prove Jeff’s innocence despite some damning evide ... [read more]
Dual Cover Reveal - Filthy Beautiful Lies (Book 1) & Filthy Beautiful Love (Book 2) By: Kendall Ryan
Okay readers everywhere!!! I tend to not post a lot of "Adult" titles here, but, but... ITS KENDALL RYAN!!! I've LOVED her books in the past. My favorites being her When I Break series. It's beyond amazing and as soon as I heard about what she's been working on... YES PLEASE!!!  [read more]
Reckless Disregard: A Parker Stern Novel (Parker Stern #2) by Robert Rotstein
Former topnotch attorney Parker Stern, still crippled by courtroom stage fright, takes on a dicey case for an elusive video game designer known to the world only by the name of "Poniard."  In Poniard's blockbuster online video game, Abduction!, a real-life movie mogul is charged with kidnapping and murdering a beautiful actress who disappeared in the 1980s. Predictably, the mogul--William "the Conqueror" Bishop--has responded with a libel lawsuit. Now it's up to Parker to defend the game des ... [read more]
Tell the Wolves I'm Home
I had been hearing a lot about Tell the Wolves I'm Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt, on fellow readers' blogs--it kept cropping up on "Best of" lists so I put my name down for the audio book at the library and finished it last week. [read more]
Victoria Fish, author of A Brief Moment of Weightlessness, on tour September/October 2014
About A Brief Moment of Weightlessness          Publisher: Mayapple Press, June 2014 Short stories: 132 pages A Brief Moment of Weightlessness is a collection of short stories that illuminate the beauty and extraordinariness of “ordinary” lives. Each explores the human desire for connectedness and grace.  The stories range from large upheavals such […] [read more]
Book Review - Surviving 26th Street
Surviving 26th Street [read more]
Review: "Best Supporting Role" by Sue Margolis
It's an unpleasant coincidence that Sarah Green's husband dies shortly after she finds out about his out-of-control gambling problem and decides to divorce him. Not only does she find herself a suddenly single mother, but she has to deal with his outstanding debt and her unresolved feelings for her late husband as well. [read more]
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Book Talk: THE STORIED LIFE OF A.J. FIKRY, by Gabrielle Zevin
The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry: A Novel [read more]
Happy Birthday to This Kid
The Teen is sixteen today! Last year, he got cheated out of a birthday because of all the summer school nonsense he was involved in, as well as the unfortunate scheduling of his wisdom teeth extraction. How horrible! What mother books oral surgery for his birthday weekend? Me, because that was the only time to […] [read more]
Review: The Age of X Series by Richelle Mead
Last month, I finally got around to reading (well, listening to) Richelle Mead's Age of X series, which is set in the future but in a world that is familiar enough to be easily recognizable. The first book, Gameboard of the Gods, was initially published in June 2013, and the second book in the series, The Immortal Crown, came out this May. [read more]
Coming Soon to a Book Store Near You - When the World Was Young; Elizabeth Gaffney
When the World Was Young; Elizabeth Gaffney Random House - August 2014 [read more]
Mini Life Update
It's been awhile since I've posted so I wanted to let everyone know that I am well. I've just returned from my first residency as part of the VCFA writing for children MFA program and it has been a transformative experience. I will prepare a post on that for you soonish, including my book list for the semester. [read more]
One Plus One by Jojo Moyes
One Plus One by Jojo Moyes Published July 2014 by Pamela Dorman Books Source: Netgalley [read more]
Review: Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey
  Title: Elizabeth is Missing Author: Emma Healey Published: Viking: Penguin Australia July 2014 Read an extract Status: Read on July 22, 2014 — I own a copy My Thoughts: Elizabeth is Missing by debut author Emma Healey is a poignant and gripping mystery about loss, memory and murder. The narrative unfolds from the unique […] [read more]
Author Biography: Henry Handel Richardson
Henry Handel Richardson has been calling to me from the library shelf for a long time and I've known that one day I would read The Fortunes of Richard Mahoney - that time has come. [read more]
A Time to be Brave by Joan Betty Stuchner
Ever since the Nazis invaded Denmark, David Nathan, 10, and his best friend Elsa Jensen have been hungry, despite the fact that his dad is the best baker in all of Copenhagen.  But the Nazis have been helping themselves to whatever they want since 1940, and that includes anything that they fancy in Nathan's Patisserie [read more]
Book Review: One More Thing: Stories and More Stories by B.J. Novak
From Goodreads: B.J. Novak's One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories is an endlessly entertaining, surprisingly sensitive, and startlingly original debut collection that signals the arrival of a welcome new voice in American fiction. [read more]
Review: The Sea Garden
The Sea Garden Deborah Lawrenson Harper Collins hardcover, 310 pages a review copy of this book was provided through TLC Book Tours [read more]
Born Confused by Tanuja Desai Hidier
Dimple Lala has just turned 17 and suddenly she finds herself in the midst of an identity crisis.   Both of her parents and, in fact, all of her relatives were born in India.  Her parents were the only ones who migrated to the United States, to Springfield, New Jersey, where Dimple was born. [read more]
Enter for a Chance to Win an Amazing Prize Package for Your Book Club
Someone Else’s Love Story by New York Times bestselling author Joshilyn Jackson is a story about science and miracles, secrets and truths, faith and forgiveness; about falling in love, and learning that things aren’t always what they seem—or what we... [read more]
July’s FEATURED AUTHOR: David’s Top TBR Five!
It’s Wednesday again (!!), and Featured Author D.B. Jackson is here today to share what’s at the top of his TBR pile! “The Books I’m Most Eager to Read” by D.B. Jackson Like most book lovers, I have a To Be Read pile that stretches from floor to ceiling. There are so many terrific authors […] [read more]
Waiting on Wednesday
This meme is hosted by Breaking the Spine and is meant to highlight some great pre-publication books we all can't wait to get our grubby little mitts on. [read more]
The Curiosity by Stephen Kiernan
I heard obscenities everywhere, as though the world were populated entirely by longshoremen... Had no one told them that coarseness lacks dignity? Kate Philo and her expedition of scientists, technicians, divers, and one reporter are looking for icebergs in the Arctic that could potentially contain frozen small creatures like shrimp, plankton, krill. These scientists work in a private research lab headed by Erastus Carthage, who has managed to successfully bring back to life such frozen cre ... [read more]
"Waiting On" Wednesday: Florence Gordon
"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. [read more]
COTT: Ann Gaylia O'Barr's Latest: Tender Shadows
Author Ann Gaylia O'Barr visits today! She brings with her, in the form of her latest novel, all her experience as a Foreign Service officer in the turbulent Middle East. Tender Shadows is one of seven such novels and will appeal to lovers of foreign lands, culture, adventure, and romance. [read more]
Hacker by Ted Dekker Ebook Review
Hacker by Ted Dekker [read more]
Reviewletts: Immigration and Murder, the CIA and Spies
I have a shelf on my desk where I keep books that I’ve finished but haven’t reviewed. There are several books that have been sitting there for a month or more that I keep meaning to review… and then can’t find much to say about despite having generally good feelings about them. In the spirit […] [read more]
Blog Tour: Khaki = Killer (The Color of Evil book 3) by Connie Corcoran Wilson
Khaki = Killer , the third book in the Color of Evil Series, picks up where Red Is for Rage left off, answering the question, “What happened to Melody (Harris) Carpenter?”  [read more]
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What Strange Creatures by Emily Arsenault
Emily Arsenault does this thing where she writes humans as they actually are. Which may seem like a strange thing to say, but I don't know how else to put it. Her characters are often well, they aren't glamorous, maybe a bit stunted in growth, or selfish or lazy, but they are so relateable. And I don't mean they are OMG SO AWFUL, either, because that wouldn't fit in with writing humans as they actually are from my perspective! [read more]
New Release: The Care and Management of Lies
Usually when there's a new Jacqueline Winspear book, I have to put my blinders on and avoid all details about them because they're new Maisie Dobbs stories and I'm still about three books behind the latest one (on purpose). But now she's written a stand-alone novel, The Care and Management of Lies, a very in-the-moment story of the First World War, so I got to read this one right away. [read more]
"Face to Face with Jesus" by Samaa Habib with Bodie Thoene
Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” - John 14:6 [read more]
The Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting by Josie Jeffery
The Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting by Josie Jeffery [read more]
DNF ALERT! BITTERSWEET by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
Folks, it appears that we are in a DNF situation. I requested Bittersweet from the library because breathless reviews told me that it would be impossible to put down, that it was one of THE reads of the summer. It’s about a girl who goes home with her college roommate to a compound in New read more » [read more]
Media Madness Monday: The Alien’s Secret Swedish Baby*
I'm a media junkie, not just books, but TV, movies, music, podcasts, and internet nonsense. Every Monday I discuss something that's caught my interest this past week. [read more]
Megan Reviews SYLO (The Sylo Chronicles, book 1) by D.J. MacHale (YA)
(reviewed by Megan Besing, EIR regular guest contributor) [read more]
The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness
The Book of Life is the third book in the All Souls Trilogy (A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night) are books one and two respectively). This is a general review of the series and of The Book of … Continue reading → [read more]
Audiobook Review: Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink
Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink (read by Kirsten Potter; 17 hours, 33 minutes) recounts the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina from the perspective of inside the walls of the city of New Orleans's large downtown hospital. Caring for many of the city's most vulnerable, those at the hospital made fateful decisions amidst the chaos following the hurricane - decisions for which some of the physicians and nurses faced criminal charges in the aftermath of the storm. A physician and investigative jou ... [read more]
It's Monday, What Are You Reading (186)
It's Monday, What Are You Reading is a fun weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey where we share what we've read and reviewed over the past week and what we plan to read next. [read more]
Unstoppble - S.R. Johannes
Unstoppable - S.R. Johannes (author) [read more]
Hot Deal: Kate Daniels Book 1-6 on Sale TODAY ONLY
My love of the writing duo Ilona Andrews is boundless - seriously, its up there with Brandon Sanderson that's how much I love their writing - and while I own all these books in paperback format how can I say no to also owning them on the Kindle at $1.99 a piece?  The books are also on sale for the NOOK and at iTunes as well. [read more]
War of the Roses: Stormbird by Conn Iggulden
Stormbird by Conn Iggulden [read more]
The Saturday Spotlight Featuring Georgi Bond and Giveaway of Wide Awake in the Dreamscape
Welcome to the Saturday Spotlight, a weekly feature that shines the light on Indie and Debut authors. This week I have the pleasure introducing readers to: [read more]
New Historical Dollhouse Book - The Miniaturist
   Just came across an interesting new historical fiction book, The Miniaturist: A Novel, which is about Petronella Oortman - the original owner of the  beautiful Cabinet House housed in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. [read more]
Book Blast and Giveaway: Billy and the Monster Who Loved to Fart by David Chuka
Billy and the Monster Who Loved to Fart [read more]
Rules to Write By
Dearest scribblers of words.  Follow the prose writing rules you'll find below religiously.  Or else break them at your own risk because writers at heart are rebels with a cause.  At the very least though, make sure that your blog posts pass the "Weird Al" test.  Happy Writing! - RLP [read more]
Three Kisses by Heath Daniels
FASCINATING AUTHORS: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? [read more]
Book Review: Where'd You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple
Two years ago everyone was talking about Where'd You Go Bernadette. I put it on my to-read list and my Amazon wish list, and then I promptly forgot about it. That was a big mistake, but one with a redeeming quality -- it meant I got to enjoy it this summer. [read more]
Monday Mini ~ The Transcriptionist by Amy Rowland
Getting back into the swing of things each week is hard. So is finding the quiet time to write a review over the weekend. In order to ease out of the weekend, I’ve decided to begin my blogging week with a mini review. It’s been a while, folks. Blogging just hasn’t been a priority for […] [read more]
Book Review: Incubus, by Ann Arensberg
It’s not often that an American Book Award winner decides to write a supernatural thriller centered around the haunting of a small town in Maine, but that’s exactly what Ann Arensberg has done with Incubus. While the premise may not seem original (and indeed, seems like something Stephen King has pretty well covered!) Arensberg’s take is […] [read more]
Who Shot Vampire Gigilo Shane Chartress-Abbott?
Deceased: Vampire Gigilo Shane Chartress-AbbottIn Australia, three men accused in the murder of self proclaimed "Vampire Gigilo" Shane Chartress-Abbott got off trial scot-free because the jury could not decide beyond a reasonable doubt who, exactly, pulled the trigger back in 2003.  [read more]
Summer Fit Learning (Review)
Description from Summer Fit site: Summer Fit workbooks are grade-specific and based on Common Core standards. The activities and exercises are divided into 10 sections to correlate with the traditional 10 weeks of summer vacation. The first seven sections review the … Continue reading → [read more]
More Pillows…
*Click on any photo in this post to enjoy a larger view I think I am going to have to christen 2014 as the year of the pillow! I’ve been stitching along in the Pillow Pop group over at Threadbias and enjoying it immensely. I’ve also decided that a pillow is the exact perfect thing […] [read more]
#FridayReads: The Feast of San Sebastian By Jonathan Marcantoni
Have you read The Feast of San Sebastian By Jonathan Marcantoni? It's a "raw, gritty and frightening socio-political thriller set in the island paradise of Puerto Rico," according to reviews that debuted last year: [read more]
Release Day: Tall, Dark and Supernatural (Bundle)
Seven novels from some of the hottest names in Paranormal Romance on sale for only 99c! New York Times, USA Today and Amazon Bestselling authors take you on a walk on the wicked side with seven deliciously dangerous heroes sure to set your soul on fire. Regular price is $9.99, so 1-click today! Purchase your […] [read more]
Well it is a bit more than ...
Well it is a bit more than a week since I last posted, but at least it hasn't been months this time. [read more]
Fluffy Books
Popping in with a quick post! I asked my Facebook community for some suggestions for fluffy, non-mentally demanding reading, and oh boy did they come through!  Books, series, and authors in a variety of genres for me to choose from.  (I’m dealing with some health issues– nothing serious, but I’ll be dealing with some intervals […] [read more]
Little Things Mean A Lot
Photo by Ben Moore courtesy of Unsplash.I'm currently grateful for the little raspberry sized baby growing inside me. Yup! I'm 8 weeks pregnant!  [read more]
The Perfect Summer Read (And You Could Win a Copy…)
I’m not sure which I found more adorable: The book, The Lake House, or its author, Marci Nault. I met Marci at a book club convention last January (I’m sure you’ve heard me talk—oh once or twice—about The Pulpwood Queens Girlfriend’s Weekend) and we discovered we both lived in the Sacramento area of Northern California. […] [read more]
Blog Tour: Secrets & Lies by Jacqueline Green (Review)
Hey guys! Welcome to day one of the Secrets and Lies blog tour hosted by Paper Lantern Lit. So let's hop to it :) [read more]
Review: The Fault in Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green My rating: 5 of 5 stars [read more]
This week, the
This week, the [read more]
Blur by Steven James - Review
Blur Book 1 of the Blur Trilogy Author: Steven James Publisher: Skyscape ISBN-13: 978-1477847275 Paperback: 368 pages Genre: Young Adult, paranormal mystery [read more]
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Review: Jane by April Lindner
In this modern-day retelling of Jane Eyre, Jane Moore is a penniless student who's just had to drop out of college and take a job as a nanny working for rock star Nico Rathburn. [read more]
Know the Heretics by Justin Holcomb
Know the Heretics by Justin Holcomb [read more]
The Gentleman Bastard series #3 - Locke Lamora in The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch
Rating: 3.5/5 One line Summary: Read this one anyway, just don't bother getting the hardback. [read more]
The Storyteller - Jodi Picoult
Title: The Storyteller Author: Jodi Picoult Published: 2013 Pages: 460 First Line: My father trusted me with the details of his death. [read more]
Review: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Author:  Greg McKeown [read more]
2014: The reason why I suck at blogging
Yeah, so this little guy is why I can hardly read anymore, let alone pull my brain together enough to write a book review! Maxwell was born on January 28th, and is not so little anymore! Now he looks more like this: I can’t properly express how happy I am to have him in our […] [read more]
Copyright©2013-2015 Elizab ...
Copyright©2013-2015 Elizabeth Schulenburg. This content was originally posted at http://www.needmoreshelves.blogspot.com/, and may not be reproduced without express written permission. [read more]
The Red Lily Crown by Elizabeth Loupas Kaye Publicity Pub date:  April 1st, 2014 [read more]
TLC Book Tours Presents: The Moon Sisters Review
The Moon Sisters by Therese Walsh Release date: 2014 / 336 pages Synopsis (from Amazon): After their mother’s probable suicide, sisters Olivia and Jazz take steps to move on with their lives. Jazz, logical and forward-thinking, decides to get a new … Continue reading → [read more]
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