Well I’m really late to this challenge, but I figure it’s better late than never, right? This challenge is hosted by The Book Nympho and Hot Listens and since I discovered audio books this year and immediately fell in love, I thought this would be the perfect challenge for me… Read more »
Day 1 of the readathon is over! I didn’t get to read as much as I wanted, but I did make progress. I finished Cobweb Bride by Vera Nazarian (review coming Friday) and I knocked out a few chapters in House Rules by Chloe Neill (WIR coming tomorrow). How’d you do?
My Initial Reaction… After all the teenage angst of the last book I was a little worried about how the series would continue, but this one did not let me down. The teenage angst mellowed out again and Kaylee is facing much bigger issues than the possibility that her boyfriend’s… Read more »
My Initial Reaction… This was not my favorite book in the series, though still a pretty good read. The teenage angst was a little too strong; for the first time in the series Kaylee has become the whiny teenager I dread in Young Adult novels. The Narration… Amanda Ronconi continues… Read more »
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Basically it’s a chance to talk about the books you bought, borrowed, blogged about, and read for the week and what’s coming in the week ahead – and then share them with a much wider blogging community. Check out the… Read more »
My Initial Reaction… I enjoyed this quick glimpse at Tod, Nash’s reaper/banshee brother from the Soul Screamers series. Up until now we’ve only gotten quick glances at him, but this short story is entirely from his perspective, and answers a lot of questions about him. The Narration… I really missed… Read more »
Join me every Saturday to explore fun questions about books, blogging, reading, and our favorite fantasy worlds! This is a bit of random fun that I hope you’ll join in on! How interactive is your reading style? This question occurred to me as I was reading posts from day four… Read more »