Monthly Archives: May 2013

Frivolous Fridays May 31

So last weekend I went to San Francisco to hang with my sister, mom and niece. It was super fun and one day we flew some kites at Marina Park.  It gets REALLY windy over there and the little dragon … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday May 29th

Hello fellow readers! What are you reading this week? Play along with MizB and let us know what you recently finished, what you are currently reading and, if you know, what is up next. I am taking a class for … Continue reading

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Review – Incarnate – Tomorrow Comes Media Tour

Incarnate by Lawrence Weill (Blackwyrm Publishing) Tomorrow Comes Media This book is about a woman who believes, because the voices and her cards have told her, that her 7 year old son is the second coming of Christ.  She runs … Continue reading

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Review – Origin

Origin by Jessica Khoury (Penguin Group, 2012) The jungle hides a girl who cannot die. This was about a 16-year-old sheltered girl who is immortal, perfect, made in a lab and knows it. So she is a bit on the young … Continue reading

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Review – Glimmerglass

Glimmerglass (Faeriewalker 1) by Jenna Black A YA novel about find out about your heritage and self, dealing with an alcoholic parent, and a little bit of romance or major crushing really.  Cute but with dark undercurrents. So Dana has … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesdays 5-22

Happy Wednesday everyone!  What travels are you on these days? Play with MizB from Should be Reading and let us know what you just finished, what you are currently reading and what is up next. I just finished Nakba a … Continue reading

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Review – Nakba (Civilizing War, #1)

Nakba (The Civilizing War, Volume 1) by Jason S. Walters – Tomorrow Comes Media tour Summary: A thousand years ago humanity’s dissidents fled, leaving behind a peaceful, unified world content to exist in a state of perpetual hedonism. Then a … Continue reading

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