Wednesday, June 6, 2012
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Saturday, June 2, 2012
2 Weeks Edition!
Hey everyone! How was your week? Mine was quite good. We are having a really nice, warm, but not too hot weather in here. Which means that I can read and sunbathe outside. :) Can't wait until it's hot enough to go to the beach.
- League of Strays by L.B. Schulman. Many thanks to Abrams and NetGalley for providing me with an e-ARC! Love the cover. He looks dangerous, while she looks scared and trapped. And from the blurb it sounds like an intriguing book.
- Japanese Farm Food by Nancy Hachisu Singleton. Thank you to Andrews McMeel Publishing and Netgallley for the review copy! I just love japanese recipes. I have no idea how to review a "cookbook", but I'll figure out something, because this book is pretty amazing.
From the Library:
- The Pyramid: The Kurt Wallander Stories (Kurt Wallander #9)
- Voices (Reykjavík Murder Mystery #5) by Arnaldur Indridason
- Armed & Dangerous (Cut & Run #5) by Abigail Roux. This is in the top 3 of my favorite M/M series of all time. I love both Ty and Zane so much! 5+++ stars!! Huge thanks to Aunt Lynn @ Jessewave!
- Signed copy of Eromenos by Melanie J. McDonald. Won at the Spring Into Horror Read-a-Thon. Many thanks to Michelle @ The True Book Addict and to Melanie J. McDonald! Can't wait to read it :)
What goodies did you get this week?
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Friday, June 1, 2012
Q: You are a matchmaker -- your goal, hook up two characters from two of your favorite books. Who would it be? How do you think it would go?
Oh, I don't know. I don't like book crossover pairings too much....But I liked Lucy from The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers and Cole from Everneath, so how about the two of them? They are both single, with a love for music and badness (Cole is the evil one, but Lucy is getting there, too :) . Lucy is a witch, who likes to sing and Cole is an immortal with a rock band. I think they would make a great couple.
Q: Issue Books: Which books have you found to be very rewarding when it comes to tackling tougher issues?
- The Duff: Designated Ugly Fat Friend by Kody Keplinger - self-esteem problems. I really liked this book.
- Shadows on the Moon - self-harm, cutting. [My Review]
- Hunger (Riders of the Apocalypse #1) by Jackie Morse Kessler - eating disorder. I don't love this book as much as the other two, but it has an interesting (not too realistic) approach to the problem. I haven't read them, but book 2 seems to be about cutting, and book 3 has an MC who is bullied.
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Happy Friday ~
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