Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy New Years

Happy New Years!
Okay, Happy New Years Eve. I figured I should tell you all now because I won't be home this weekend.
Remember don't drink to much. :p

My Giveaways end tonight at midnight meaning I will probably contact and post the winners Monday, and to everyone who has entered thank you so much in just a month I've reached over 150 followers which is awesome.

Happy Reading Drinking and Blogging Partying

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Follow Friday (57)

Question of the Week: The New Year is here -- and everyone wants to know your New Years Blogging Resolution! What are you going to try to revise, revamp and redo for 2012 on your blog?

1. More Reviews- You know I was pretty good at it last year when I started and this year I feel like I've just fallen behind. I need to do the reviews as soon as a finish the book otherwise I forget.

2. Read more- I guess in order for more reviews I would have to read a little more. Again I did pretty good at the beginning of the year, and then I kinda slacked off. Maybe, it's just my life became a little hectic and I couldn't balance it. So I'm gonna try to do better in 2012.

3. Attend bookish events- I wanted to go to BEA so bad this past year, and I think if I would have planned ahead more i probably could have convinced my SIL to go with me, but I was a little to late. Although I did get to go to some fun things. I'm hoping to attend more TX events. Who knows maybe I can convince my darling Ryan to go with. :)

4. This isn't really a blogging one, but I need to actually try and write. I've been writing (or should I say messing around) with this story for god only knows how long, and I really want to get somewhere with it but I can't. I don't have the patience to sit for long and write. I've even thought about starting a site for aspiring authors (who are book bloggers as well) and seeing if that would help. I actually have the site made with a title and all, but it's sitting in my "maybe I'll work on this pile later."


Wednesday, December 28, 2011

International Kissing Club Blog Tour: Stop #32


Around the World in 80 Kisses Smooch Stop #32

Books I Must Read in 2012

In no particular order (because I must have them all):

Tempest Unleashed by Tracy Deebs  - Now I know I’m totally biased here, since she’s one of my writing partners but I must have this book because I have to know whether mermaid Tempest chooses sexy selkie, Kona, or awesome ex-boyfriend, Mark.
Go Team Mark!!

Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson - Reunion between former loves is one of my favorite tropes, so when you have summer at the beach and a rekindled first love, I’m there.

The Fine Art of Truth or Dare by Melissa Jensen - This one sounds cute and flirty and right up my alley.

Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin - Y’all, I love Edgar Allan Poe. So, when I first heard about this book, I knew I had to read it. Plus, the cover is beautiful.

Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian - Since I read her Summer series, Jenny Han will be on my automatic buy list forever!

My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick - I know I’m not supposed to pick a book based on the cover alone, but this one is just so cute and romantic I can’t help myself.

The Farm by Emily McKay - Vampires, that are scary. I so miss that. Plus, she’s another one of my writing partners so I know it’s going to be crazy good!

Thank you for hosting us today!

Now tell me what book you’re going to read first in 2012 -- after The International Kissing Club, of course ;)-- (leave your email so we can contact you) to be entered to win the Around the World In 80 Kisses daily and weekly prize and also become eligible to win the Grand Prize, a Kindle Fire. For a list of all our Smooch Posts you can visit and earn more entries to win, visit us here.

The International Kissing Club by Ivy Adams is the story of four best friends: Piper, Cassidy, Mei, and Izzy--the misfits of Paris, Texas. Their whole lives, they’ve dreamed of escaping small-town life and seeing the world. So when Piper is the victim of an embarrassing prank that goes viral online, she gets the idea that the girls should escape via the school’s international exchange program, in search of fun, love and internet redemption.

Emily McKay, Shellee Roberts and Tracy Deebs write under the pseudonym Ivy Adams. They shop, gossip and watch movies in Austin, Texas.


Monday, December 26, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday: Books of 2011

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the girls over at The Broke and the bookish.
Topic this week: Top 10 books of 2011.

1. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead- I will pretty much love anything set in the VA world. Although, I missed Rose and Dimitri a lot I enjoyed being able to learn more about Sydney and the Alchemist and Jill.




2. Divergent by Veronica Roth- I absolutely loved this book to pieces. I loved the setting and the whole shebang with this book. After I read Enclave I thought I should give Dystopians a shot. So far I have enjoyed every book I've read since. I can't wait to read Insurgent in 2012.

3. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake- I loved the story , the writing, the characters. Everything about it was awesome. I think I loved Anna's Character the most. Believe it or not I had chills while reading. then again that could have been because I was sitting in an empty parking lot at 12 midnight reading it.

4. Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi- One of the more uniquely written books I've read this year. ( I loved it so much I got two copies. lol) No they were both gifts actually. I loved Juliette and Adam, and the whole Rogue like thing. :)


5. Where She Went by Gayle Forman- I loved reading If I Stay last year and this was no exception. I enjoyed reading things from Adams POV. I felt like I was on an emotional rollercoaster with him. Reuniting with Mia and all.


6. Raw Blue by Kirsty Eagar- Beautifully written book. If you're able to get your hands on a copy. Then you should definitely read it. :) (I know this was an older one, but still loved it)


7. The Day before by Lisa Schroeder- Another beautifully written book and this one is in verse form and takes place over a 24 hour period. Brings to light the question what if you had just one day.


8. Enclave by Ann Aguirre- One of the first Dystopians books I read that I actually enjoyed. It was a little hard to enjoy a few of the characters just for some of the stuff they did, but Deuce and Fade were definitely characters I did like.


9. Vegas Dazzle by Pam Langsam- Mobs, special abilities, what's not to love. I actually have two copies of this one as well which I was going to use for a giveaway, but as of right now all my books are packed so whenever they get unpacked will see. :)

10. Starcrossed: Perigee by Tracey lee Campbell- I'm not much for the aliens, but I adored this book. The adventure and characters. It definitely had the MIB feel to it.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Merry Christmas my lovely Readers

Merry Christmas Eve!
I figured I would wish everyone who celebrates a Merry Christmas now because I probably won't be on tomorrow. I'll be busy meeting Ryan's parents. (although I may do that tonight not quite sure) and then going over my dads house and letting them meet Ryan. Then a Christmas party with friends of his. This might actually be the first Christmas I'll enjoy. (Even though I don't have my best friend here to share it with. I love you Aubrey!!! Hope you have a good Christmas in Virgina.)

Small shout-outs:
Lan- Thanks for being there when I needed someone to talk to, and for encouraging me to keep writing. Even though I haven't done much. Maybe, that can be a 2012 resolution. I still owe you a book you know. 

Amy- Darling, you have no idea how much your friendship means to me. You've pretty much heard every bad thing that's happened to me this year, and were there to tell me it'd be okay. I can't thank you enough. I hope you have a good Christmas because you definitely deserve one, and so does Lexi. (Tell her I said Merry Christmas)

To all my readers, Thank you so much for all the support and awesome-ness you've given this past year. It means a lot that someone actually reads my stuff. :)

Here's to another good year in 2012!!

Friday, December 23, 2011

Book review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

AUTHOR:Tahereh Mafi
PUBLISHED: November 15, 2011
PUBLISHER:HarperCollins
PAGES:336
SERIES/STAND ALONE: Series
SOURCE: Gift From Amy and Tara (I have two copies.)
CHALLENGES: Debut author Challenge
OUTLINE:
Juliette hasn't touched anyone in exactly 264 days.

The last time she did, it was an accident, but The Reestablishment locked her up for murder. No one knows why Juliette's touch is fatal. As long as she doesn't hurt anyone else, no one really cares. The world is too busy crumbling to pieces to pay attention to a 17-year-old girl. Diseases are destroying the population, food is hard to find, birds don't fly anymore, and the clouds are the wrong color.

The Reestablishment said their way was the only way to fix things, so they threw Juliette in a cell. Now so many people are dead that the survivors are whispering war-- and The Reestablishment has changed its mind. Maybe Juliette is more than a tortured soul stuffed into a poisonous body. Maybe she's exactly what they need right now.

Juliette has to make a choice: Be a weapon. Or be a warrior.

My thoughts:
I wanted this book from the moment the cover was shown, and I read the synopsis. I love x-men, and Rogue was one of my favorite characters so when people compared this book to those movies and her character I knew it was something I wanted I had to read. For the past month or so it's been out, I'm like I will get it and read it soon so when Amy asked me what I wanted for Christmas it was either this or Mara Dyer. I will say I'm glad she chose this one. I like love the way Tahereh Mafi writes. She has such a beautiful way with words, and the uniqueness with which it was written. I love the way the words and sentences have the strike out through them. It shows us what Juliette wants to say, but keeps to herself. I love the story also. I'm a complete sucker for any story with super powers, anything compared to Xmen I will more than likely love.

Characters:
Juliette is an awesome MC. Strong and determined to do what she believes is right. At times she's a little insecure, but with her parents and others treating her like a recluse because of her curse gift it's understandable. Then enters Adam (OMG) I'm telling you I'm stacking up on these YA crushes. :) Adam is an absolute doll. I can say to much about him without giving things away, but I love him. Seriously. Then you have Warner, a high ranking solider in the re-establishment. As much as I wanted to hate him. (which was a lot.) I still have a little bit of a soft side for him. Even though he's pretty much an ass.Then there's Kenji, who I couldn't figure out. We learn later in the book who he is. :P you have to find out though. Then of course Adams little brother James. Needless to say I pretty much liked liked liked every character. :)

The ending:
I can't say to much about it because I just can't but I'm so ready for the second one now because it threw me for a loop.

If you haven't read this book yet then I HIGHLY recommend it. It deserves every bit of the awesome praise that it's getting.



Book Trailer: Switched by Amanda Hocking



A little more info!
About the "Trylle" Series and "Switched":

From Amanda Hocking, million-copy bestselling author and internet sensation comes the Trylle series… it all begins with Switched, available everywhere 1.3.12. As a special gift to readers, Switched contains a new, never-before-published bonus story, “The Vittra Attacks,” set in the magical world of the Trylle.
The Trylle series continues with Torn, on-sale 2.28.12, and concludes on 4.24.12 with Ascend.
SWITCHED… at birth:
When Wendy Everly was six years old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. Eleven years later, Wendy discovers her mother might have been right. She’s not the person she’s always believed herself to be, and her whole life begins to unravel—all because of Finn Holmes.
Finn is a mysterious guy who always seems to be watching her. Every encounter leaves her deeply shaken…though it has more to do with her fierce attraction to him than she’d ever admit. But it isn’t long before he reveals the truth: Wendy is a changeling who was switched at birth—and he’s come to take her home.
Now Wendy’s about to journey to a magical world she never knew existed, one that’s both beautiful and frightening. And where she must leave her old life behind to discover who she’s meant to become…


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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Follow Friday hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee


If you had to spend eternity inside the pages of a book which book would you choose and why?

1. Vampire academy: I wouldn't be to fond of the Dead Vampires, but I think being in the school would be awesome. Perhaps becoming a teacher.

2. Harry Potter: I would love to just live inside Hogwarts everyday. Everything in there changes so you would always find something new.

3. Iridis (I think that's how it's spelled): The city of the shadow hunters. The way Cassandra Clare described it. It made it sound awesome.


Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Comparing YA to real life: Guys and relationships



This is something that I've been talking to a friend about because as readers, YA or not, we tend to look at things differently. (Or maybe, that's just me) Anyways, the point I'm trying to make is we see reality and then we see bookality (or the fantasy in books) and then we go and compare these things to each other right? Again am I the only one that does this? I'm serious I'll be sitting here thinking what would -insert character name here- do in this situation. Just look at my long post about friendship back from June. Real(Life)ality Vs Bookality. I was going through some things then, and with a lot of help I realized somethings are more important. :)

I'm going to be completely honest here. I've never been much for any kind of relationship, and maybe that's because I never really had one, I never really knew what I wanted, or because I'm really, really shy. I'm not kidding when I say I'm shy. I've never been one to approach someone and just start randomly talking. I guess it's a fear of rejection, of being hurt, and I don't do well with that kind of thing. I'm quite sensitive. The friends I have it took me a lot of time to get use to them, but I'm really trying to work on that. I'm 25 so I'm thinking it's time I get over what fears I might have. So this is where my comparison comes in I guess you could say.

Waiting on Wed: Shadows Cast by Stars by Catherine Knutsson


So check it Waiting on Wed was created by Jill over at Breaking the Spine
 as a way for us to show upcoming books that we're eagerly anticipating.


This week my pick is Shadows Cast by Stars by Catherine Knutsson
Expected publication: June 5th 2012 by Atheneum
Two hundred years from now, blood has become the most valuable commodity on the planet - especially the blood of aboriginal peoples, for it contains antibodies that protect them from the plague that is ravaging the rest of the world.

Sixteen-year-old Cassandra Mercredi might be immune to the plague, but that doesn't mean she's safe. Government forces are searching for those of aboriginal heritage to harvest their blood. When a search threatens Cass and her family, they flee to the Island, a mysterious and idyllic territory protected by the Band, a group of guerilla warriors, and by an enigmatic energy barrier that keeps outsiders out and the spirit world in. And though the village healer has taken Cass under her wing, and the tribal leader's son into his heart, the spirit world is angry, and it has chosen Cass to be its voice and instrument...

Why did I choose this one?
This seems like it just has all sorts of genres mixed into one. Dystopian, fantasy, paranormal, ghosts. I'm all about a mixed genre books. :) Even the cover looks like it has a little bit of everything in it. I love the colors. Yeah, that's pretty much all I gotta say.

What did you pick this week?

Monday, December 19, 2011

What's your favorite book of 2011?


I love my facebook because I always find some of the most interesting things dealing with books while I'm scrolling through it. Once again I came up a poll for your favorite book of 2011 from MTV of course it came though from Bloodlines saying vote for Bloodlines (which I did because well I love Richelle Mead) but I had a hard time because some of my other favorite books were on the list as well like Divergent, Where she went, Shatter Me, Legend. In the end though my love for the VA series triumphed. :)

So my question to you is which books were your favorite in 2011?
 You can go vote here at Mtv: Favorite Ya novel of 2011
Is your favorite not on the list? Tell me what it is.

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I hope Santa brings me

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the girls over at The Broke and the bookish.
This week it's the books I hope Santa brings.

1. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkins (Does this one really need an explanation?)
2. Wildefire by Karsten Knight (I'm still waiting to finish this one.)
3. Wolfsbane by Andrea Cremer ( I enjoyed the first book so I'm ready for more Calla and Ren and Shay)
4. Forgotten by Cat Patrick (Sounds interesting)
5.  The near with by Victoria Schwab (I've heard awesome things about this one)
6. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern (I've read nothing but good things about this one)
7. The Pledge by Kimberly Derting (I enjoyed The Body Finder so I'm curious to see how this one is)
8. Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare (I loved Clockwork Angel maybe more then TMI series.)
9. Vanish by Sophie Jordan (I'm curious to see where the story went)
10. Beautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl ( I haven't read Beautiful Darkness yet so it would be nice to have the third on hand.)

What are you hoping Santa brings you?

Book Review: Supernaturally by Kiersten White


AUTHOR: Kiersten White
PUBLISHED: July 26, 2011
PUBLISHER: HarperTeens
PAGES: 336
SERIES/STAND ALONE: Series-Book 2 (Paranormalcy #1, Endlessly #3)
SOURCE: Bought
CHALLENGES: None

OUTLINE:
Evie finally has the normal life she’s always longed for. But she’s shocked to discover that being ordinary can be . . . kind of boring. Just when Evie starts to long for her days at the International Paranormal Containment Agency, she’s given a chance to work for them again. Desperate for a break from all the normalcy, she agrees.

But as one disastrous mission leads to another, Evie starts to wonder if she made the right choice. And when Evie’s faerie ex-boyfriend Reth appears with devastating revelations about her past, she discovers that there’s a battle brewing between the faerie courts that could throw the whole supernatural world into chaos. The prize in question? Evie herself.

So much for normal.

MY THOUGHTS:
Going into this I thought I would love it just as much as Paranormalcy, but sadly it fell a little short for me. Don't get me wrong I still enjoyed it, it just didn't have that spark. As much as I enjoyed the humor in the first one I didn't see to much of it here. I think it's because this book took a different turn. The first one focused more on Evie and her time at IPCA where as Supernaturally focuses more on what happens when she becomes "normal" or as close to normal as Evie can be. Supernaturally focuses on who/what Evie actually is and we learn more about where she came from, why she is the way she is, and more.

In the second book Evie seems a little more selfish/whiny. I still enjoy her as a character it's just I wish she would have been a little more stronger and not worry so much about what others thought. Focus on what was good in her life her boyfriend, her friend,  her new school life.

Lend I absolutely love his character in both books actually. He seems to genuinely care about Evie, and it kind of irritated me when Evie would act the way she did towars him. I mean you have an awesome boyfriend why waste that with worrying about other retarded things.

Jack is the newest character in the series and he's a little younger then Evie. At times I really liked his character. He was fun, free-spirited, but then you have that mystery to him. Who is he really does he have something to hide?

I have to admit at first I wasn't sure what was going on , and who was causing the problems. A little later on in the book I began to wonder if a certain character was it, and it was.

All in all I would say if you read and enjoyed Paranormalcy then read Supernaturally because it is different from it's other one. I definitely can't wait to read the ending to Evie's story. Endlessly comes out next year.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

In my mailbox (47)


In my mailbox is hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren

Won:
XVI by Julie Karr (Rebekka from Pretty Deadly Reviews)

Christmas Gifts
Shatter Me by T.Mafi (Amy at Lady Readers Book Stuff)
Breaking Dawn Soundtrack
Bargains and Betrayals by Shannon Delaney (Amy at Lady Readers Book Stuff)

Carrier of the mark by Leigh Fallon (Tara at Fiction Folio)
Shatter Me by T.Mafi (Tara at Fiction Folio)
And Candy!!!
Thank you Tara!!!

Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr (Tasha at Truth, Beauty, and Books)
Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick (Tasha at Truth, Beauty and Books)
and a handmade bookmark I guess it is.
Thank you Tasha!

Variant by Robins Wells

Bought:
Crusade by Nancy Holder and Debbie V.
Immortal: Love stories with bite by Various Authors
Wither by Lauren DeStefano (I supposedly won this in a giveaway, but haven't recieved it yet so I went ahead and bought me a copy.)
The Predicteds by Christine Seifert
Au Revior, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schrieber

Review:
Save the pearls part one: Revealing Eden by Victoria Foyt (signed)

And of course Rae is at the end, my stuffed Dog. :) from Ryan.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Follow Firday (56)

Follow Friday hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee


When you've read a book, what do you do with it? (Keep it, give it away, donate it, sell it, swap it..?)

When I've read a book I'll usually just put it back up on my shelf in hopes that one day I'll read it again. I think the two main series I have that I've read numerous times are Vampire Academy (all 6 books) and Twilight (all 4 books). There are a few that I want to go back and re-read because I can't for the life of me remember what happens and I still have to read the last books in those series like Evernight and Stargazer. I read a few years ago and I have yet to read the last two and now that I have all of them it 'll be fresh in my mind (not to mention I can review the first two since I didn't have my site back then) the other series is the Wolves of mercy falls. I read Shiver when it came out, but haven't read Linger or Forever which I have. Yeah,  that wasn't part of the question, but anyways I have a hard time giving away any books unless I have an extra copy. Which in my case sometimes happens.


This has nothing to do with books, but the past few months have been like crap for me with family problems and living arrangements. It's weird how it takes one REALLY good thing to make all the BAD things not so bad. These past 2 weeks or so have been awesome. I just want to say thanks to those who have put up with my emails. :) You know who you are. Oh, I got a new phone from said good thing for Xmas. :) See points below.




Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Waiting on Wed: Touching the Surface by Kimberly Sabatini


So check it Waiting on Wed was created by Jill over at Breaking the Spine
 as a way for us to show upcoming books that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week my pick is Touching the Surface by Kimberly Sabatini
Life altering mistakes are meant to alter lives…

When Elliot dies for the third time, she knows this is her last shot. There are no fourth-timers in this afterlife, so one more chance is all she has to get things right. But before she can move on to her next life, Elliot will be forced to face her past and delve into the painful memories she’d rather keep buried. Memories of people she’s hurt, people she’s betrayed…and people she’s killed.

As she pieces together the mistakes of her past, Elliot must earn the forgiveness of her best friend and reveal the truth about herself to the two boys she loves…even if it means losing them both forever.


Publication September 4th, 2012 by Simon Pulse



Why did I pick this?
Okay, by now you should anything with a beautiful cover I'm immediately drawn to it, and this one is no exception. I love the colors in the cover and just the way the girl is posed like she might be a little camera shy or she's like no way, or a million others things could be going on. Then there is the synopsis. Dying for a 3rd time. Past memories, hurt, death, it all sounds so intriguing. What do you think?


Books to Movie: Wither by Lauren DeStefano

As I was scrolling through my facebook clutter I came upon a link from Lauren Destefano about her book Wither saying how it's been acquired for film rights. Now I haven't read the Wither yet, but I did just buy it a few days ago in hopes that I  can read it before the end of the year. Yeah, I know I have to hurry up with that huh? I did read whatever was on the publishers site a few months back, and it sounds good. I've seen really good reviews for it and some okay reviews. I'm kind of in that dystopian faze right now so I'm hoping this one is awesome. I love the covers to this one and the 2nd book Fever coming out next year. 

Here's a link to it: Pic partners wowed by Wither

So what do you all think about this news?

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Write on: Vision this...


Here's a little bit of what I've been trying to work on. Sadly, I haven't done much on it.
Outline:
Kaelyn always knew she was different from the first “vision” she had of a bird hitting a 18 wheeler truck at age two while she pointed out the car window saying SPLAT to that day 5 years ago (her birthday) when she arrived to find police officers in her home, and her dad on the couch crying for the first time in her life.

She maybe able to see the future, to see people’s fates, but sometimes that’s not a good thing, and while knowing a persons fate is easy, it’s forgetting that fate that’s truly hard.

“If I knew that it would turn out to be the “happily ever after” ending it wouldn’t be as bad, but knowing they never stand a chance well it pretty much sucks. Still, I want to save them, I believe I can save them, I have to save them. I can’t really explain why I see what I see. but I’m willing to learn.”

She can’t turn it on and off, and soon she’ll learn that she REALLY can’t save them.
Question is how far is she willing to go and how much is she willing to lose before everything seemingly turns out alright…if in fact it does at all.

In my mailbox (46)

Netgalley:
Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
Hallowed by Cynthia Hand (I haven't actually read Unearthly yet I still need to buy that.)
Everneath by Brodi Ashton
Halflings by Heather Burch
Under the never sky by Veronica Rossi
Angel in the shadow by Lisa
Angel in the storm by Lisa

Dark Eden by Patrick Carmen
Vampireville by Ellen Schreiber
Kissing coffins by Ellen Schreiber
Bliss by Lauren Myracle
In the path of falling objects by Andrew Smith
Fateful by Claudia Gray
Die for me by Amy Plum
Supernaturally by Kiersten White
Movies:
90210 season 8 (old)
Birds of prey
Heroes season 3

Oh, and I went out last night with someone and he brought me a stuffed animal, a puppy. Freaking cute.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

B A 500 Follower Giveaway: Anthology Style

 This is going to be My Anthology Pack so far it includes:
1. Prom Nights from hell by Meg Cabot, Kim Harrison, Michele Jaffe, Stephanie Meyer, Lauren Myracle
2. Vacations From hell by Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, Claudia Gray, Maurenn Johnson, Sarah Mlynoski
3. Love is Hell by Melissa Marr, Laurie Faria Stolarz, Scott Westerfield, Gabrielle Zevin, Justine Larbalestier

Again, these are the ones I have so far, but the giveaway lasts until the end of December so more books could be added. If so I'll add them on here.

To enter use Rafflecopter below:
-This giveaway is for US followers only. (Sorry. I'll be shipping them.) (International Followers will have their own giveaway)
-Ends on December 31, 2011
-Must be a follower. :)



Thursday, December 8, 2011

Follow Friday (55)

Follow Friday hosted by Alison at Alison Can Read and Rachel at Parajunkee

Question: Keeping with the Spirit of Giving this season, what book do you think EVERYONE should read and if you could, you would buy it for all of your family and friends?
I haven't been able to use this answer in awhile, but I would have to say Vampire Academy. I mean straight up this is my fave book, and if I could I would make everyone read it. I got my sister in law to read the whole series in a few months. For contemporary I would say If I stay and Where she went those are awesome books. For dystopian I'm gonna go with Divergent.

What would you choose?

Don't forget to go to my giveaway page and put your name in the mix. :) 500 Follower Giveaway.



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