Monthly Archives: May 2013

Review – Paranormalcy

Paranormalcy (Bk 1) by Kiersten White I wasn’t sure about this book at first because the lead protag is really young, silly, bouncy, wears a lot of pink and is a bit spoiled.  But after reading one chapter, yes, just … Continue reading

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Frivolous Fridays – May 17th

Happy Friday everyone!  I just got back from NY city and am super happy I was able to spend some time in one of my favorite bookstores – the Strand!  They say they have like 11 or 12 miles of … Continue reading

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Review – Infinity

Infinity (Chronicles of Nick, Bk 1) by Sherrilyn Kenyon Nick is 14. He is poor, his clothes are crappy and his mom, with her heart of gold (who had him at 14) doesn’t understand that her goodwill clothing choices get … Continue reading

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Quoting the Quill – May 15th

“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” ― Dr. Seuss Thank you Dr. Seuss, I was feeling common. Love you guys! Hope everyone celebrates their “You”ness today. Quoting … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesdays 5-15

What are you reading this week?  Play along with MizB and talk about the books you are currently reading. I am on vacation and reading a bit but can’t respond right away.  I will visit later today. 🙂 I finished … Continue reading

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Review – Allison Hewitt is Trapped

Allison Hewitt is Trapped by Madeleine Roux The zombie apocalypse is happening and Allison and a few of her co-workers and customers are trapped in the bookstore she worked at part-time. Allison is blogging about her days.  A few people … Continue reading

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Review – Dragonswood

Dragonswood by Janet Lee Carey A coming of age and love story rolled into one filled with dragons and fey and the politics and the dirty dealings that seem to happen when both need to rely on short-lived humans.  There … Continue reading

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