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Monday, July 26, 2010

Mailbox Monday - July 26, 2010

"Mailbox Monday"  is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page) 

Visit her blog to see links to the latest and greatest books arriving in mailboxes!  Be aware, though, visiting can lead to book envy and toppling TBR piles!

Starting next month, Mailbox Monday will be going on a blog tour.  I will be hosting for the month of October, 2010.  Click here to see the tour schedule!

This week not a lot of new books came in, which is somewhat GOOD, as it means that maybe I can catch up on the ones that are sitting in piles calling my name!  :)


IN MY MAILBOX:




"The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins - Yes, that's the UK cover, because I WON it from Feed Your Reading Habit!




"The Lion" by Nelson DeMille audiobook - WON from A Room Without Books is Empty










So WHICH great books showed up in YOUR mailbox?  Feel free to leave your link!




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It's Monday! What Are You Reading? July 26, 2010


"What Are You Reading?" is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.  Click over to see what other readers are into this week and add to your TBR pile!

READ:








Forget You by Jennifer Echols - Review up tomorrow












Masked (an anthology) edited by Lou Anders - Giveaway live now - Review scheduled for Wednesday














Tyger Tyger: A Goblin Wars Book by Kersten Hamilton - Scheduled publication date:  11/15/2010 - Through NetGalley - Review scheduled for the weekend






REVIEWED:





Day by Day Armageddon:  Beyond Exile by J. L. Bourne - Review Link --- Giveaway Link










CURRENTLY READING: 







More Church Folk by Michele Andrea Bowen









By Fire, By Water by Mitchell James Kaplan 










I'm loving this reading week - all good books, but .. so many books, so little time!  LOL!
 
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Sunday, July 25, 2010

We have winners! LOTS of winners! Lots of giveaways!

So; we have LOTS of winners for lots of giveaways!  Random.org has been busy busy this morning!

First up, 3 winners for the "War: by Sebastian Junger audiobook giveaway!


Nancye who said:

77. Nancye said...

GFC Follower

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net
July 13, 2010 11:48 PM

Tara who said:

40. Tara said...

I follow you publicly on Google Friend Connect!

TaraTagli at gmail dot com
July 12, 2010 5:13 PM

nfmgirl who said:

6. nfmgirl said...

I already follow

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com
June 30, 2010 1:16 PM

For "Secrets of Newberry" by Victor McGlothin, I did not have enough entries to draw three winners, so here are the two that were picked by Random.org:


Pamela S who said:

58. Pamela S said...

New follower GFC Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)aol(DOT)com
July 15, 2010 10:21 PM

and Anita Yancey who said:

23. Anita Yancey said...

I am an email subscriber!

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net
July 8, 2010 7:44 PM

For "Damaged" by Pamela Callow, the winner is:


Carole Spring who said:
24. Carole Spring said...
I follow via GFC (Carole Spring) blondie_31971(at)yahoo(dot)com
For "The Impostor's Daughter" by Laurie Sandell, there were enough entrants for me to draw THREE winners!   Those winners are:


theyyyguy who said:
35. Anonymous said...
My favorite graphic novel is "V For Vendetta"! theyyyguy@yahoo.com
Swtlilchick who said:

62. Swtlilchick said...
Tweet:@Swtlilchick http://twitter.com/Swtlilchick/status/19309034615 CharlieGurl57(at)aol(dot)com
Sweetsue who said:
21. sweetsue said...
I follow you publicly on GFC. smchester at gmail dot com
Last, but not least, the Got Books? Event was a roaring success!  Although my PC was down on Friday evening through most of Saturday, I still managed to visit some of the participating blogs Saturday evening and, let me tell you, there were some GREAT giveaways going on! I hope you all got a chance to participate either as a participant/entrant or both, and that you win something you really want!

For my giveaway, there were a total of 405 entries - 185 initial form entries and 220 additional comment entries.  The first drawn gets prize #3, the second gets prize #2, and the third gets prize #1.  So here goes (yes, I'm drawing numbers as I type)!

MY three winners are:


AmandaSue Hurray (#180 on the spreadsheet) will get a choice of ANY book from Amazon.com up to $20 in value!

Marie (#78 on the comments) will get her choice of any TWO books from Amazon.com up to $35 in value!

Simply Stacie (#54 on the comments) will get her choice of any THREE books from Amazon.com up to $50 in value!

I will be emailing all of you in a bit!  Congratulations on winning and thanks so much for all of your visits and comments and feedback!  YOU are the reason I keep doing this!
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Friday, July 23, 2010

Got Books? Multi-Blogger Event!! Giveaways Galore! (CLOSED}





http://gotbooksevent.blogspot.com


All right!  The moment we've been waiting for is HERE!!!  WOOT!!  You like book blogs or you wouldn't be here, right?  Maybe you even like entering giveaways and WINNING books!  The Got Books? event gives you a chance to win from over 100 blogs over a 2-day period (July 23rd to July 24th).  Click on the banner above to get information and links to ALL of the participating blogs!  Some are offering international giveaways as well, so don't think that you can't enter if you're outside of the US!  (Actually, if I had known about Book Depository before I enrolled in this event, I would have made mine an international giveaway as well!))

For my giveaway, I am offering YOU a chance to pick out THREE books of your choice totaling no more than $50 from Amazon! 

To make it even sweeter, I will have a SECOND winner who can pick out TWO books of their choice totaling no more than $35.
AND a THIRD winner will get a chance to pick out a book of their choice totaling no more than $20!!

So, if there's a book or books that you've really been wanting, this is your chance to win them without breaking into your book-buying wallet!

The entry is simple:  Fill out the form near the bottom of this post.  The form MUST be completed for your entry to count!

EXTRA ENTRIES (please leave a separate comment for each; if you already follow or subscribe prior to this post, leave 2 comments for each):

1. Follow Knitting and Sundries publicly on Google Friend Connect and/or Twitter

2. Subscribe via RSS and/or newsletter to Knitting and Sundries (buttons to the right) - I hate clutter in my email box, so my emails are just the headlines of whatever posts I put up that day - if you see one you like, you can click on it to read the full post - 1 entry for each you do

3.  Spread the word! Tweet (maximum of ONCE daily - include @jewelknits and #gotbooksevent in the tweet so that I see it. To make it easy, you can use the "Share" button at the bottom of this post!  Blog about - 2 entries/comments.  Sidebar link to giveaway - 1 entry/comment (leave the URL)

ALL ENTRIES:  Please leave your email in your comments: Like this: imacrazedmommy at whydidihavekids dot com OR like this imacrazedmommy(at)whydidihavekids(dot)com to avoid the spam bots.  If I can't reach you, you can't win!

In addition, if you follow, tweet, etc., please leave the name or email address you follow/tweet/subscribe under. For this giveaway, I'll also need you to make certain that the email address you include in your comment is the same as the email address you filled out on the form.

Eligibility: US/CAN, 18 and older.  No P.O. Boxes, please!

End date:  July 24, 2010 at 11:59 PM EST


I will pick the winner(s) using Random.org.  I will post the winner(s) on the site AND send an email to the email address used to enter.  The winner will then have 72 hours to reply to their notification; otherwise, a new winner will be picked.  The email will be easy to spot; the subject line will begin "You WON on Knitting and Sundries"


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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Masked - edited by Lou Anders - BLOG TOUR and giveaway - US through August 5, 2010





Title:  Masked
Editor:  Lou Anders
Publisher: Gallery Books, a division of Simon and Schuster
Format:  Trade Paperback, 416 pages
ISBN-10: 1439168822
ISBN-13: 9781439168820



 


From the publisher's website:

WELCOME TO THE SECOND "GOLDEN AGE" OF SUPERHEROES AND HEROINES

Superheroes have come a long way since the "Man of Steel" was introduced in 1938. This brilliant new collection features original stories and novellas from some of today's most exciting voices in comics, science fiction, and fantasy. Each marvelously inventive tale shows us just how far our classic crusaders have evolved—and how the greatest of heroes are, much like ourselves, all too human. 

In "Call Her Savage," MARJORIE M. LIU enters the dark heart of a fierce mythic heroine who is forced, by war, to live up to her own terrible legend. 

In "A to Z in the Ultimate Big Company Superhero Universe (Villains Too)," BILL WILLINGHAM presents a fully-realized vision of a universe where epic feats and tragic flaws have transformed the human race. 

In "Vacuum Lad," STEPHEN BAXTER unveils the secret origins of the first true child of the space age—and disproves the theory that "nothing exists in a vacuum."

In "Head Cases," PETER DAVID and KATHLEEN DAVID blast through the blogosphere to expose the secret longings of a Lonely Superhero Wife. 

In "The Non-Event," MIKE CAREY removes the gag order on a super-thief named Lockjaw . . . and pries out a confession of life-altering events. Also includes stories by Mike Baron • Mark Chadbourn • Paul Cornell • Daryl Gregory • Joseph Mallozzi • James Maxey • Ian McDonald • Chris Roberson • Gail Simone • Matthew Sturges . . . and an introduction by Lou Anders, "one of the brightest and best of the new generation of science fiction editors" (Jonathan Strahan, The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year). 

Look for my review soon; however, I LOVE anthologies!  I remember how disappointed I was when Ellery Queen's mag stopped being published, as that was the last subscription mag that I knew of that regularly published fresh short stories in a genre that I liked to read.  I am totally looking forward to getting to this over the weekend!


BUY IT:  At the publisher's website, through Amazon, and through other online and offline booksellers.  It is also available as an eBook.

WIN IT:  The publisher has provided two copies for you to win!  

MANDATORY ENTRY:  Do you miss having LOTS of anthologies to choose from?  If you're younger and don't remember when anthologies were the rage, would you like to see more available?

EXTRA ENTRIES (please leave a separate comment for each; if you already follow or subscribe prior to this post, leave 2 comments for each):

1. Follow Knitting and Sundries publicly on Google Friend Connect and/or Twitter

2. Subscribe via RSS and/or newsletter to Knitting and Sundries (buttons to the right) - I hate clutter in my email box, so my emails are just the headlines of whatever posts I put up that day - if you see one you like, you can click on it to read the full post - 1 entry for each you do

3.  Spread the word! Tweet (maximum of ONCE daily - include @jewelknits and @Gallery_Books in the tweet so that I see it. To make it easy, you can use the "Share" button at the bottom of this post!  Blog about - 2 entries/comments.  Sidebar link to giveaway - 1 entry/comment (leave the URL)

4.  Enter another one of my giveaways that are current at the time you post your entry comment. You can get one extra entry for each giveaway that you enter.

ALL ENTRIES:  Please leave your email in your comments: Like this: imacrazedmommy at whydidihavekids dot com OR like this imacrazedmommy(at)whydidihavekids(dot)com to avoid the spam bots.  If I can't reach you, you can't win!

In addition, if you follow, tweet, etc., please leave the name or email address you follow/tweet/subscribe under.

Eligibility: US, 18 and older.  These books will ship directly from the publisher, so no P.O. Boxes, please!

End date:  August 5, 2010 at 11:59 PM EST

I will pick the winner(s) using Random.org.  I will post the winner(s) on the site AND send an email to the email address used to enter.  The winner will then have 48 hours to reply with their mailing information; otherwise, a new winner will be picked.  The email will be easy to spot; the subject line will begin "You WON on Knitting and Sundries"

Disclosure:  I received a complimentary copy of this title from Gallery Books to objectively review.  No other form of compensation was received for this post, and I am not required to post a positive review.

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What's YOUR favorite way to make S'mores?

I must admit it .... I LOVE S'mores!  My kids LOVE S'mores!  Admittedly, we don't eat them often, but they DO make a special treat. 

I think that there is nothing like the taste of fire-roasted marshmallows, but during the winter, when we're stuck inside wishing for summer to hurry up and come, making S'mores in the microwave is definitely the way to go.

Not only do we get a nice, ooey, gooey, yummy treat, it makes us feel warmer because it brings to mind those summer camping trips around the campfire ... sticking marshmallows onto a whittled, pointed stick and then into the fire to make them all puffy and yummy!

Right now, you should head over to http://www.smoressmiles.com/  - you can find out how to make your own S'mores if you don't already know how, OR find a different way to make them.  You can even enter for a chance to win one of more than 1,000 instant win prizes!! 

So, head on over and get your summer on, because summer isn't really summer without S'Mores!

Disclosure:  By writing this post, I am entering a contest for a S’mores prize pack as a member of the Mom Bloggers Club.  I have received no compensation and any opinion expressed is truly my own.
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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Cheerios Do What You Love! Enter to win an experience of a lifetime! - GIVEAWAY {CLOSED}


What do YOU love to do?  Read, knit, ski, play volleyball?

Having a healthy heart is essential to making what you love to do even better!

Cheerios is a great part of a heart healthy diet, since it's made of whole grain oats.  

Want to win the chance of a lifetime?

Cheerios is running a "Do What You Love" Contest through July 23 that will give you a chance to do meet Martina McBride or Cal Ripken, Jr.!

There will be TWO winners!  One music lover and his/her guest will tour the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum with Martina, get a chance to hang out with her in the world famous Blackbird Studio in Nashville, TN AND get VIP tix to one of her upcoming concerts!!  Woot!
If you're more of a baseball fan, you and your guest will have the chance to hang out and play catch with Cal and accompany him on a tour of the Ripken Youth Baseball Academy in Aberdeen, MD.  The winner will even get to throw out the first pitch at the Cal Ripken World Series and sit in Ripken's reserved seats at a Baltimore baseball game!  Woot! again!

Now through July 23, 2010, you can submit YOUR 150-250 word original story and photo, showcasing what you love to do. For a chance to win the experience of a lifetime with McBride and Ripken, visit http://www.cheerios.com/love today.

When you're done there, come back HERE!  Thanks to Cheerios and My Blog Spark, one of you will win a "Do What You Love" prize pack!  You'll get a box of Cheerios cereal and a $25 American Express gift card to do what YOU love!

MANDATORY ENTRY:  How do you show that 'extra' love for your heart in order to keep doing what you love?

EXTRA ENTRIES (please leave a separate comment for each; if you already follow or subscribe prior to this post, leave 2 comments for each):


1. Follow Knitting and Sundries publicly on Google Friend Connect and/or Twitter

2. Subscribe via RSS and/or newsletter to Knitting and Sundries (buttons to the right) - I hate clutter in my email box, so my emails are just the headlines of whatever posts I put up that day - if you see one you like, you can click on it to read the full post - 1 entry for each you do

3. Spread the word! Tweet (maximum of ONCE daily - include @jewelknits and #mbsspark in the tweet so that I see it. To make it easy, you can use the "Share" button at the bottom of this post!  Blog about - 2 entries/comments.  Sidebar link to giveaway - 1 entry/comment (leave the URL)

4.  Enter another one of my giveaways that are current at the time you post your entry comment. You can get one extra entry for each giveaway that you enter.

ALL ENTRIES:  Please leave your email in your comments: Like this: imacrazedmommy at whydidihavekids dot com OR like this imacrazedmommy(at)whydidihavekids(dot)com to avoid the spam bots.  If I can't reach you, you can't win!

In addition, if you follow, tweet, etc., please leave the name or email address you follow/tweet/subscribe under.

Eligibility: US, 18 and older. 

End date:  August 4 2010 at 11:59 PM EST

I will pick the winner(s) using Random.org.  I will post the winner(s) on the site AND send an email to the email address used to enter.  The winner will then have 72 hours to reply with their mailing information; otherwise, a new winner will be picked.  The email will be easy to spot; the subject line will begin "You WON on Knitting and Sundries"

Disclosure:  I will receive a "Do What You Love" prize pack and the winner's "Do What You Love" prize pack will be provided by Cheerios through My Blog Spark.  I received no other compensation for this post and any opinions expressed are purely my own.


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Book Review Party, July 21, 2010

It's Wednesday, and if you have a book blog or even a blog that occasionally reviews books, you should be participating in the Book Review Party!
CymLowell

It's easy to participate:

Link up any (old or new, any genre) book review that you have written to the McLinky on Cym's site. (Mclinky will not be available until 9pm EST on Tuesday evenings).

Get some traffic to a review that you want more exposure for; and visit the other sites on the hop to find some more books for your list!

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile by J.L. Bourne - BOOK REVIEW



Title: Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile
Author:  J. L. Bourne
Publisher:  Pocket Books, a Simon and Schuster imprint
Format:  Trade Paperback, 288 pages
ISBN-10: 143917752X
ISBN-13: 9781439177525





From the publisher's website:


START INTERCEPT

Armies of undead have risen up across the U.S. and around the globe;there is no safe haven from the diseased corpses hungering for human flesh. But in the heat of a Texas wasteland, a small band of survivors attempt to counter the millions closing in around them.

INTERCEPT COMPLETE

Survivor,
Day by day, the handwritten journal entries of one man caught in a worldwide cataclysm capture the desperation—and the will to survive—as he joins forces with a handful of refugees to battle soulless enemies both human and inhuman from inside an abandoned strategic missile facility.

But in the world of the undead, is mere survival enough?

My Take:   This book is the second in a series; the first was Day by Day Armageddon.  There are various references to incidents that must have happened in the first book; however, it does well as a stand-alone book.

Because I didn't read the first book, I am providing background mainly from the author's forenote and clues picked up in THIS book.

A military officer makes a New Year's resolution to start keeping a journal.  In this journal, he chronicles events that lead up to a worldwide cataclysm and his taking leave of his military post as likely the sole survivor.  He and a friend named John escape San Antonio right before a government-sanctioned nuclear blast.

I think that the episode that caused things to quickly go to h-e-double toothpicks in a hand basket was that some sort of virus or contaminant escaped and spread worldwide.  This caused people who died to actually become undead quickly after their initial death.  Of course, as zombies, the best-tasting stuff is live human flesh, so as they attacked and killed the living, who then re-animated after death, the numbers of undead increased exponentially, Even getting scratched by one of these creatures would cause the person attacked to "turn" while they were sleeping.  The only way to kill them for good is to shoot them directly in the brain.

As our military man and his friend John holed up in an abandoned nuclear facility that they nicknamed "Hotel 23", they eventually acquired more survivors at great risks to themselves.  Hotel 23 is attacked by a renegade group of survivors, all who ended up dead.

This book starts right after that point, when those who were killed in the attack join the ranks of the undead, who cannot get through the gate of Hotel 23, but know that there are living people inside, so they mindlessly keep trying to get through to "fresh meat".

I don't like spoilers, so I will necessarily have to leave out many of the nitty-gritty details of how certain things happened, but hopefully, can give you a good gist of how well the book reads.

I really like the journal format.  The narrator is pretty practical and straightforward, and as you read, you feel as though you are standing beside him as these things happen.  It LOOKS like a scary book, but as a true horror fan, I found it not so much "scary", as thinking, "Oh, my gosh, it must be horrible to have to live like that".

Satellites are slowly dropping out, so there is no longer GPS.  Radio and television stations have long since stopped transmitting.  Any major and even minor population areas are overrun by the undead, who don't stop coming after you once they see or hear you until they've either got you in their grip or you get in a good head shot.  No more walking down to the corner store!

In reality, our narrator is considered AWOL, as he left his post against military orders, but if he had stayed, he would likely be one of the undead.  Many people have shot themselves in the head to avoid finding themselves in that position.  Highways are blocked by pileups; there is no electricity, and anyone who was alive when the cities got nuked in an effort to stop the undead from populating ... well, you can guess what happened to them.

Our narrator starts by helping two additional survivors make it back to Hotel 23.  He and a crew of survivors then find that there are military personnel on some sort of reconnaissance mission who are stranded and need to be rescued.  They help them escape and bring them back to Hotel 23.  The Hotel 23 occupants put blindfolds on them so that they can't report the location to their superiors, then when they are ready to return to their outpost, blindfold them and drive them out and away.

The military men find their way back, and our narrator is once again an officer in charge of troops.  Orders come from who knows where, and Hotel 23 now has more survivors, including military, than there are water and other supplies for.   This means more forays out to restock, and more danger.

I think this is where I really can't say very much more, because it would be giving away a lot.  You can feel the desperation in getting by day-to-day, living on military rations, and even unable to drive a car somewhere because if you run out of gas or need to stop, you'll quickly be surrounded and overcome.

There's lots of action and quite a few surprises along the way (not necessarily GOOD surprises, mind you!) and the book is a quick, interesting, at times hard-hitting, read.  I liked it - it's a "guy" book, but I still liked it.  I think I ran through it in my spare time in two days.  I would mark it as worth a read.

My biggest suggestion, however, would be to read the first book, because, again, you're sort of guessing about what actually happened to lead to the present-day conditions in THIS book.  I think that is likely why I couldn't give it a straight 4.

Book Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Browse inside

BUY IT:  At the publisher's website, at Amazon, and through other online and offline booksellers.

WIN IT:  Right here on this blog through 7/30/2010 - 3 winners, US/CAN through 7/30/2010.

CymLowell

Disclosure:  I received a copy of this title from the publisher to objectively review.  I was not required to write a positive review, and all opinions expressed in this review are mine alone.
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Teaser Tuesday - July 20, 2010

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along; you don't have to be a blogger! Just do the following:
  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • 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 much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
My teaser:

"Sorry," I said, laughing so he'd think it was perfectly normal for boys to jump when girls came near them.  I had sneaked up on him from underwater. 

- page 165, Forget You by Jennifer Echols

Curiouser and curiouser, right?
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Monday, July 19, 2010

Mailbox Monday - June 19, 2010



"Mailbox Monday"  is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page) 

Visit her blog to see links to the latest and greatest books arriving in mailboxes!  Be aware, though, visiting can lead to book envy and toppling TBR piles!

Starting next month, Mailbox Monday will be going on a blog tour.  I will be hosting for the month of October, 2010.  Click here to see the tour schedule!

IN MY MAILBOX:



Forget You by Jennifer Echols - From the publisher - Blog Tour/Review scheduled for July 22nd











Masked (an anthology) edited by Lou Anders - from the publisher - Blog Tour/Review/Giveaway scheduled for July 22nd - yes, the same day as "Forget You" - hey!  it's what the publisher requested!  :)













In Free Fall by Juli Zeh - Won from Books 'R Us




The King's Mistress by  Emma Campion - ARC sent by Marcia at The Printed Page - Thank you, Marcia!  My taste is eclectic, but my first reading loves are historical fiction and sci-fi/fantasy (well, even those are at two different ends of the spectrum!)




And One Last Thing ... by Molly Harper - from the publisher - Blog Tour/Review scheduled for July 29th






By Fire, By Water by Mitchell James Kaplan - from the author - ANOTHER wonderful historical fiction novel - I have designated this as my weekend read, as all of the reviews have been FABulous!  (even the Amazon reviews, and you KNOW how unforgiving THOSE can be)




Now, I won't have time tonight to get to everyone else's mailboxes, but I'll be visiting tomorrow, so please feel free to leave a link to YOUR mailbox!

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It's Monday! What are you reading? July 19, 2010


"What Are You Reading?" is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.  Click over to see what other readers are into this week and add to your TBR pile!

So .. I started a new job .. TODAY!  Awesome!  BUT, I think that may SERIOUSLY cut into my reading and blogging time, so if I skip a day here or there, please forgive me!

READ:





Day by Day Armageddon:  Beyond Exile by J. L. Bourne
Actually, a pretty cool book - love the way it reads like a personal journal.  Review will be up this week; HOWEVER, a giveaway for 3 copies is up now!








Blockade Billy by Stephen King - Wonderful, classic Stephen King, although I wasn't as fond of the bonus story, "Morality". Review to come











One Season of Sunshine by Julia London - A very sweet, unsappy romantic story - Really liked it.  Blog tour/Review/giveaway scheduled for July 27th.







REVIEWED:



Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion by Father Gregory Boyle - 5 out of 5 stars with an exclamation point!  Review Link









CURRENTLY READING:




More Church Folk by Michele Andrea Bowen - Review/giveaway upcoming











Tyger Tyger: A Goblin Wars Book by Kersten Hamilton - Scheduled publication date:  11/15/2010
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