Monday, 22 September 2014

Teaser Tuesday #76 Lirael (Abhorsen #2) by Garth NIx

Welcome to Teaser Tuesdays.

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

1. Grab your current read

2. Open to a random page

3. Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too muchaway! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)

4. Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My current read is Lirael (Abhorsen #2) in Abhorsen Omnibus edition by Garth Nix and my three lines are from page 491

But most of all, he wanted to be with his motheri n Belisaere. Because only then would he really be safe from Death...and the necromancer who he was sure even now waited in that cold river, waiting for Sam to return.

Lirael has never felt like a true daughter of the Clayr. Now, two years past the time when she should have received the Sight that is the Clayr's birthright, she feels alone, abandoned, unsure of who she is. Nevertheless, the fate of the Old Kingdom lies in her hands. With only her faithful companion, the Disreputable Dog, Lirael must undertake a desperate mission under the growing shadow of an ancient evil.

In this sequel to Sabriel, winner of the Aurealis Award for Excellence in Australian Science Fiction, New York Times best-selling author Garth Nix weaves a spellbinding tale of discovery, destiny, and danger.
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Friday, 19 September 2014

Stuck in a Good Book Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Stuck in a Good Book Giveaway Hop hosted by Stuck in Books and I Am A Reader Not A Writer.

This blog hop will run from September 20 -25 and one International winner will their choice of up to AUD$20 worth of books from either book depository or Amazon Kindle shop

Rules are as follows:

  • You must be 13 or over
  • International prize is open to anywhere book depository delivers or Amazon kindle shop can be delivered to
  • If you win, you will have 48 hours to reply to my winners email or another winner will be chosen
Don't forget to hop around to the other sites and enter their giveaways also.

Good Luck!

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Cover Reveal: I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen and Giveaway #M9BFridayReveals

Welcome to the Cover Reveal for

I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen

presented by Month9Books!
Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post!
I HEART ROBOT Cover Art from Suzanne van Rooyen
I'm not the most artistically inclined. While I do love art and have been known to bust out the pencils and paints myself, it's not an area where I'd consider myself particularly talented. In short, I knew that cover design was something best left to the professional and I had every confidence in Month9Books.
I am so grateful to Georgia McBride for allowing me to have the amount of input I did when it came to cover creation for I Heart Robot. This is a novel that is as much about a civil rights struggle in a futuristic, post-war city as it is about romance, and we wanted a cover that reflected both elements. Finding the right balance between romance and science fiction was a tall order, but Month9Books delivered in spades by presenting me with two stylistically different covers. I loved elements of both, and by working closely with the cover artist and with Georgia we managed to combine all the best parts of both original covers into what we have today: a cover that reflects the gritty world my characters live in while emphasizing the fact that this is above all, a love story.
I Heart Robot
Sixteen-year-old Tyri wants to be a musician and wants to be with someone who won't belittle her musical aspirations.
Q-I-99 aka 'Quinn' lives in a scrap metal sanctuary with other rogue droids. While some use violence to make their voices heard, demanding equal rights for AI enhanced robots, Quinn just wants a moment on stage with his violin to show the humans that androids like him have more to offer than their processing power.
Tyri and Quinn's worlds collide when they're accepted by the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra. As the rift between robots and humans deepens, Tyri and Quinn's love of music brings them closer together, making Tyri question where her loyalties lie and Quinn question his place in the world. With the city on the brink of civil war, Tyri and Quinn make a shocking discovery that turns their world inside out. Will their passion for music be enough to hold them together while everything else crumbles down around them, or will the truth of who they are tear them apart?
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Title: I Heart Robot
Publication date: March 31, 2015
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC.
Author: Suzanne van Rooyen
Suzanne is a tattooed storyteller from South Africa. She currently lives in Finland and finds the cold, dark forests nothing if not inspiring. Although she has a Master’s degree in music, Suzanne prefers conjuring strange worlds and creating quirky characters. When not writing, she teaches dance and music to middle schoolers and entertains her shiba inu, Lego. Suzanne is represented by Jordy Albert of the Booker Albert Agency.
Connect with the Author: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
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Friday, 12 September 2014

Cover Reveal: Where the Staircase Ends by Stacy Stokes and Giveaway #M9BFridayReveals

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Where the Staircase Ends by Stacy Stokes
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Where the Staircase Ends
After her best friend orchestrates the lie that destroys her reputation, Taylor wants more than anything to disappear from her life. But when an accident turns this unspoken wish into reality, instead of an angel-filled afterlife, Taylor must climb a seemingly endless staircase into the sky.
Instead of going up, the journey plunges her into the past. As she unravels the mystery behind her friend’s betrayal, she must face the truth about life and find the strength to forgive the unforgivable -- unless the staircase breaks her first.
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Title: Where the Staircase Ends
Publication date: April 2015
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC.
Author: Stacy Stokes
Stacy Stokes attended the University of Texas at Austin and The Wharton School of Business. She grew up in Dallas, TX, and currently lives in San Francisco with her husband. WHERE THE STAIRCASE ENDS is her first novel.
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Saturday, 6 September 2014

Stacking The Shelves #18

Welcome to Stacking The Shelves! Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga Reviews and is a meme to share those books, both print and e-book, that have been added to your shelves in the last week/s.

It's been a while since I posted a stacking the shelves.  Between a crazy, busy RL and back to back blog tours on the blog, I just haven't had the time to sit down and show of all the amazing books I have been getting lately.  So I this post today will feature the books I have received this week plus one or two that have been received since the last post that I am particularly excited about :-)

Ebooks For Review (via Netgalley)
So excited about this one. Been hearing things about it for a while so I think I had literally requested it within minutes of it appearing on netgalley. Was even more excited when I was approved :-)

Talon (The Talon Saga #1) by Julie Kagawa

Long ago, dragons were hunted to near extinction by the Order of St. George, a legendary society of dragon slayers. Hiding in human form and growing their numbers in secret, the dragons of Talon have become strong and cunning, and they're positioned to take over the world with humans none the wiser.

Ember and Dante Hill are the only sister and brother known to dragonkind. Trained to infiltrate society, Ember wants to live the teen experience and enjoy a summer of freedom before taking her destined place in Talon. But destiny is a matter of perspective, and a rogue dragon will soon challenge everything Ember has been taught. As Ember struggles to accept her future, she and her brother are hunted by the Order of St. George.

Soldier Garret Xavier Sebastian has a mission to seek and destroy all dragons, and Talon's newest recruits in particular. But he cannot kill unless he is certain he has found his prey: and nothing is certain about Ember Hill. Faced with Ember's bravery, confidence and all-too-human desires, Garret begins to question everything that the Order has ingrained in him: and what he might be willing to give up to find the truth about dragons.

This one I just received this afternoon and it sounds really good!

Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick

Sometimes danger is hard to see... until it’s too late. 

Britt Pfeiffer has trained to backpack the Teton Range, but she isn't prepared when her ex-boyfriend, who still haunts her every thought, wants to join her. Before Britt can explore her feelings for Calvin, an unexpected blizzard forces her to seek shelter in a remote cabin, accepting the hospitality of its two very handsome occupants—but these men are fugitives, and they take her hostage. 

In exchange for her life, Britt agrees to guide the men off the mountain. As they set off, Britt knows she must stay alive long enough for Calvin to find her. The task is made even more complicated when Britt finds chilling evidence of a series of murders that have taken place there... and in uncovering this, she may become the killer’s next target. 

But nothing is as it seems in the mountains, and everyone is keeping secrets, including Mason, one of her kidnappers. His kindness is confusing Britt. Is he an enemy? Or an ally? 

BLACK ICE is New York Times bestselling author Becca Fitzpatrick’s riveting romantic thriller set against the treacherous backdrop of the mountains of Wyoming. Falling in love should never be this dangerous…

The iron Trial (Magisterium #1) by Holly Black & Cassandra Clare

From NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors Holly Black and Cassandra Clare comes a riveting new series that defies what you think you know about the world of magic.

From two bestselling superstars, a dazzling and magical middle-grade collaboration centering on the students of the Magisterium, an academy for those with a propensity toward magic. In this first book, a new student comes to the Magisterium against his will -- is it because he is destined to be a powerful magician, or is the truth more twisted than that? It's a journey that will thrill you, surprise you, and make you wonder about the clear-cut distinction usually made between good and evil.


I bought the below gorgeous book in celebration of the series based on it that start last month.  I started reading this series back in 2003/2004 and most recently read book 7 back in 2010.  This is the 20th anniversary edition of book 1 and it is absolutely gorgeous.  I had been eyeing it off for months and the start of the series seemed the perfect excuse to finally purchase it.  Though I do think there will not be much actual reading of this copy being done LOL! That is what the paperback and e-copies are for :-)

Outlander(Outlander #1) by Diana Gabaldon

The year is 1945. Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon--when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient stone circles that dot the British Isles. Suddenly she is a Sassenach--an "outlander"--in a Scotland torn by war and raiding Highland clans in the year of Our Lord...1743.

Hurled back in time by forces she cannot understand, Claire is catapulted into intrigues and dangers that may threaten her life...and shatter her heart. For here she meets James Fraser, a gallant young Scots warrior, and becomes a woman torn between fidelity and desire...and between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

Yup you guess it, I have also indulged in the e-copies of this series as my original paperbacks are currently packed away and i decided i wanted to start the series again and refresh my memory as I make my way back slowly to the latest book.

Cross Stitch(Outlander #1) by Diana Gabaldon
Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon

Dragonfly in Amber(Outlander #2) by Diana Gabaldon
Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon

Voyager (Outlander #3) by Diana Gabaldon
Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon

Last but not least, I picked these two up from the post office this morning. Both are books I have been greatly looking forward to.

Fool's Assassin (The Fitz & The Fool#1) by Robin Hobb
Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon
'Fantasy as it ought to be written' GEORGE R.R. MARTINTom Badgerlock has been living peaceably in the manor house at Withywoods with his beloved wife Molly these many years, the estate a reward to his family for loyal service to the crown.
But behind the facade of respectable middle-age lies a turbulent and violent past. For Tom Badgerlock is actually FitzChivalry Farseer, bastard scion of the Farseer line, convicted user of Beast-magic, and assassin. A man who has risked much for his king and lost more…
On a shelf in his den sits a triptych carved in memory stone of a man, a wolf and a fool. Once, these three were inseparable friends: Fitz, Nighteyes and the Fool. But one is long dead, and one long-missing.
Then one Winterfest night a messenger arrives to seek out Fitz, but mysteriously disappears, leaving nothing but a blood-trail. What was the message? Who was the sender? And what has happened to the messenger?
Suddenly Fitz's violent old life erupts into the peace of his new world, and nothing and no one is safe.

Demon Child (Celestial Battle #2) by Kylie Chan

Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon
From NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors Holly Black and Cassandra Clare comes a riveting new series that defies what you think you know about the world of magic.
From two bestselling superstars, a dazzling and magical middle-grade collaboration centering on the students of the Magisterium, an academy for those with a propensity toward magic. In this first book, a new student comes to the Magisterium against his will -- is it because he is destined to be a powerful magician, or is the truth more twisted than that? It's a journey that will thrill you, surprise you, and make you wonder about the clear-cut distinction usually made between good and evil.

So what did you add to your shelves this week?

Friday, 5 September 2014

Blog Tour Stop & Giveaway: Interview with Lisa Amowitz, author of Vision

Welcome to the Vision by Lisa Amowitz Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours.  Today's stop features an interview with author of Vision, Lisa Amowitz, details about Vision itself  as well as a chance to win one of two signed copies of Vision + swag (US only).

Without further ado, let me present to you Lisa Amowitz, author of Vision: 

1.    Firstly, thank you for taking the time to answer my questions.  I have just finished Vision  and really enjoyed it.  You have indicated that Vision is the first in a new series called The Finder Series.  How far ahead have you planned the series and will it continue to feature the characters from Vision or will each story feature new characters?

Thank you for having me! Yes—there is already a second book scheduled for release in early 2016. I don’t want to giveaway the ending of Vision, but I see this series as not necessarily a trilogy, and rather as ongoing episodes—kind of like Sherlock Holmes’s cases (I am a BBC Sherlock fanatic—Please note: this book was written and conceived long before I ever knew the BBC version or my true love Benedict Cumberbatch even existed. I’ve always loved mysteries!). Bobby will certainly be at the center of each book. And I can’t promise anything, but Jeremy from Breaking Glass (which is a stand alone) might show up. Beyond that, I can’t really say—because, honestly—I don’t know myself!

2.    In your Goodreads profile, you mention you were drawn back to paranormal and fantasy, YA middle grade  by the first three Harry Potter books, is there anything in particular that draws you to them and what elements in particular lead you to pick up your next read?
I used to be obsessed with Anne Rice’s vampire books. That was really my first taste of true urban fantasy. I also loved Stephen King (particularly The Stand and Stand by Me), Kurt Vonnegut, Piers Anthony and fairytales. I suppose that for a time, after I’d started a family, I wandered off into the “grownup world” of reality-based fiction.
 But after 9-11, I was severely freaked out.Actual reality scared me more than horror or fantasy, where the protagonist actually vanquishes the forces of evil. It terrified me that I now had young children to raise in such a dangerous world and that was walking around with a target on my back—that people out there actively want to kill me and my kids (I live and work in New York City).
Harry Potter became a sort of therapy for me—a way to grasp how a young person could confront fear and somehow thrive and overcome, since, unlike the rest of the world, in the USA we thought we were in some kind of protective bubble. I think that showing that darkness exists to children became very mainstream in this country with the help of Harry Potter, and quickly realized that fiction, as always, is the best way to exorcise one’s own demons—while helping readers do the same.
These days, it’s voice, character and great world building that draw me in. Lately I’m drawnto magical reality and fantasy and things with a historical twist. It’s originality and genuineness I crave. If something feels derivative, I am not interested.
My absolute current favorite authors are Maggie Stiefvater (the Raven Boys Cycle), Suzanne Collins (anything she writes after The Hunger Games I will read), Neil Gaiman (LOVED the OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE) and Marcus Zusak (if I should ever live to see his next book after the BOOK THIEF come out). The amazingly descriptive world building is one of the reasons I adore Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha series so much.

3.    What are you reading right now?

I just finished the last Mortal Instruments book, City of Heavenly Fire. I thought it was a terrific conclusion to a series I love. I have started to read the Outlander series, which is quite a departure for me, but despite it’s ridiculous length, I’ve gotten into it (mainly because of hottie-hot man in a kilt—Jamie Frazier). I just bought the last book in the Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo, Ruin and Rising, and hope to dive into that soon.

4.    When it comes to your writing process, are you a planner or do you let the characters lead you where they need to go?

I tend to be a bit of both. I usually do a lot of research and thinking about my characters before I write a single word. I love Scrivner for that. I upload web pages, character profiles, etc. I find that knowing my characters and their histories, often helps the plot develop. After that I usually make a very rough outline. Often my characters have very different ideas, so I do tend to listen to them and take the plot in the direction they wish. Yeah—I still think Jeremy Glass is a real person. Bobby, too. But Jeremy is a lot pushier, so he jumps into my head more. Bobby is far too polite.

5.    Your are also an artist and graphic designer, is there any particular cover design you are particularly proud of?
If an author is happy with the result and feels I have given their “baby” a face, like any good midwife, I am happy. That’s how I see myself—a midwife to a birth. I help the author put a face on their child. I know at bigger publishing presses it’s all about marketing, and certainly I am very concerned about that—but I also take capturing the author’s vision very seriously. I particularly fond of my more fanciful covers such as the ones for EXTRACTED by Sherry D. Ficklin and Tyler Jolley, OBSIDIAN PEBBLE and THE BEAST OF SEABOURNE, by Rhys A. Jones, and THE BOOK OF KINDLY DEATHS, by Eldritch Black. You can look at all my cover designs right here…

6.    If you could meet a character from any book, who would you choose and why?
Oh—that’s tough. And most of them I don’t think I’d really want to know---too angry, fragile, odd or difficult—and that includes my own!
One does pop into my mind—and I do think he may be my all time favorite book boyfriend---is Jem Carstairs from Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series. He is brilliant, beautiful, sensitive, bu also a kind of fearsome guy—just the right mix of vulnerability and swagger (oh –look I just described Benedict Cumberbatch—is it any wonder I am so crushing on him?—if he were a bit younger he’d have made a perfect Jem—though Jem is mixed race—Chinese and English—Benedict does have those lovely almond-shaped eyes!). Anyway—back to Jem(sorry—at the mention of the name Benedict I fall into a dazed swoon). Jem’s quite heartbreaking in that series—but, not to give away any spoilers—he makes a nice return appearance in the Mortal Instruments.

Thanks again for answering my questions and best of luck with the book release.
 Once again—thanks for having me. Really great questions I enjoyed answering!

The Book


Author: Lisa Amowitz

Publisher: Spencer Hill Press

Pub. Date: September 9, 2014

The light is darker than you think…

High school student Bobby Pendell already has his hands full—he works almost every night to support his disabled-vet father and gifted little brother. Then he meets the beautiful new girl in town, who just happens to be his boss’s daughter. Bobby has rules about that kind of thing. Nothing matters more than keeping his job.

When Bobby starts to get blinding migraines that come with scary, violent hallucinations, his livelihood is on the line. Soon, he must face the stunning possibility that the visions of murder are actually real. With his world going dark, Bobby is set on the trail of the serial killer terrorizing his small town. With everyone else convinced he’s the prime suspect, Bobby realizes that he, or the girl he loves, might be killer's next victim.

About Lisa Amowitz

Lisa Amowitz was born in Queens and raised in the wilds of Long Island, New York where she climbed trees, thought small creatures lived under rocks and studied ant hills. And drew. A lot.

Lisa has been a professor of graphic design at Bronx Community College where she has been tormenting and cajoling students for nearly eighteen years. She started writing eight years ago because she wanted something to illustrate, but somehow, instead ended up writing YA. Probably because her mind is too dark and twisted for small children.
BREAKING GLASS which was released July 9, 2013 from Spencer Hill Press, is her first published work. VISION, the first of the Finder series will be released in 2014 along with an unnamed sequel in the following year. LIFE AND BETH will also be released in the near future. So stay tuned because Lisa is very hyper and has to create stuff to stay alive.

Author Links:
 Website  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  | PinterestGoodreads

The Giveaway

2 Signed copies of Vision and swag for 2 winners US ONLY.

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The Tour

There are a whole lot of other stops, interviews, guests posts and reviews involved in this tour so don't forget to check out the other stops below:

Week One:

9/1/2014- Word to DreamsInterview

9/1/2014- Books Complete MeReview

9/2/2014- Suzy Turner, YA AuthorGuest Post

9/2/2014- Her Book Thoughts!Review

9/3/2014- Mom With A KindleInterview

9/3/2014- The Bookie MonsterReview

9/4/2014- One Guy's Guide to Good ReadsGuest Post

9/4/2014- Reader GirlsReview

9/5/2014- Realm of the Sapphired DragonInterview

9/5/2014- Amaterasu ReadsReview

Week Two:

9/8/2014- The YA Lit ChickGuest Post

9/8/2014- Buried Under BooksReview

9/9/2014- Anonymous Interests - Interview

9/9/2014- In Between The Lines - Review

9/10/2014- Curling Up With A Good BookGuest Post

9/10/2014- Dalene's Book ReviewsReview

9/11/2014- Avid Reader MusingsInterview

9/11/2014- Operation AwesomeReview

9/12/2014- kellyvisionGuest Post

9/12/2014- Reese's Reviews- Review

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Blog Tour Stop & Giveaway: Review of Forest of Whispers by Jennifer Murgia

Welcome to today's stop on the Forest of Whispers by Jennifer Murgia Blog Tour   hosted by Rockstar Book Tours . Today's stop is a review as well as a chance to enter the great giveaway that is being run throughout this tour.

The Review

What a captivating story! From the moment I started on page one of this tale, I was hooked and couldn't wait to find out who Rune was and what was going to happen to her.

Set in 17th century Germany,we are immediately painted a picture of village about to be thrust into the grips of Witch hysteria. Ms Murgia really captures the atmosphere of dark menace, fear, anger that turn a village to a powder keg and copel it to turn on itself and its inhabitants and how one small seemingly insignificant act can set off a tragic chain of events.

In the midst of this we have Rune, apprentice to a fortune teller/healer and Laurentz, an Electorate's son, and we see how their stories intersect with each other and the events around them.

Ms Murgia also weaves a tale so complete that you cannot help but be in it until the end, filled with mystery, love, horror and engaging the reader in so many different emotions as tale moves to completion.

The characters are drawn vividly so the reader is able to form strong emotions for or against certain character and this adds to the tension in the story.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and have no hesitation in giving this story 4 stars!

SapphiredDragon xx

The Book

Author: Jennifer Murgia
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Pub. Date: September 9, 2014

Raised by an old fortune-teller within the dark veil of the Bavarian Black Forest, Rune has learned two valuable lessons: only take from the forest that which you can use, and never, never look anyone in the eye in the village. For something terrible happened in the forest long ago... and now, the whispers of a long-dead mother with a vengeful secret have come haunting.

Forced to flee all she has ever known, Rune soon learns of a legacy she is bound to--one that is drenched in fear, witchcraft and murder--a birthright that stretches beyond the grave to the trees where Rune is no longer safe.

About Jennifer Murgia

Jennifer Murgia writes Young Adult paranormal and contemporary fiction.
Her latest novel, FOREST OF WHISPERS, will release September 9, 2014 from Spencer Hill Press.
She is the author of ANGEL STAR, LEMNISCATE & THE BLISS (Lands Atlantic Publishing) and BETWEEN THESE LINES (Playlist Fiction).
In 2012, Jennifer Co-Founded YA FEST with fellow YA author/friend, CynBalog. She coordinates this unique annual festival, bringing teens and fellow Young Adult authors together at her hometown library in Easton PA.

Author Links:  
 Website  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  | PinterestGoodreads

The Giveaway

1 $20 Amazon or Barnes & Noble Gift Card and a witchy swag item. US ONLY.

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The Tour

There are a whole lot of other stops, interviews, guests posts and reviews involved in this tour so don't forget to check out the other stops below:

Week One:

9/1/2014- A Dream Within A DreamInterview

9/1/2014- Her Book Thoughts!Review

9/2/2014- Pieces of WhimsyGuest Post

9/2/2014- NerdophilesReview

9/3/2014- Addicted ReadersInterview

9/3/2014- Realm of the Sapphired DragonReview

9/4/2014- Literary Meanderings                - Guest Post

9/4/2014- Heather Hearts BooksReview

9/5/2014- YaReads- Interview

9/5/2014- Word to DreamsReview

Week Two:

9/8/2014- Everything MarieReview

9/9/2014- Pen and MuseInterview

9/9/2014- Arkham ReviewsReview

9/10/2014- Melissa's Eclectic BookshelfGuest Post

9/10/2014- Amaterasu ReadsReview

9/11/2014- Fire and IceGuest Post

9/11/2014- As the page turnsReview

9/12/2014- Mom With A KindleInterview

9/12/2014- Curling Up With A Good BookReview