Thursday, February 28, 2013

Review ~ Splintered by A.G. Howard

By A.G. Howard
Young Adult Fantasy
Published January 1st 2013
Goodreads Link


This stunning debut captures the grotesque madness of a mystical under-land, as well as a girl's pangs of first love and independence. Alyssa Gardner hears the whispers of bugs and flowers-precisely the affliction that landed her mother in a mental hospital years before. This family curse stretches back to her ancestor Alice Liddell, the real-life inspiration for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Alyssa might be crazy, but she manages to keep it together. For now.

When her mother's mental health takes a turn for the worse, Alyssa learns that what she thought was fiction is based on terrifying reality. The real Wonderland is a place far darker and more twisted than Lewis Carroll ever let on. There, Alyssa must pass a series of tests, including draining an ocean of Alice's tears, waking the slumbering tea party, and subduing a vicious bandersnatch, to fix Alice's mistakes and save her family. She must also decide whom to trust: Jeb, her gorgeous best friend and secret crush, or the sexy but suspicious Morpheus, her guide through Wonderland, who may have dark motives of his own.

My Review:
**4.5 Stars**

MY OVERVIEW: Putting a twist on classic tales and stories has become really popular. This book is a truly twisted tale. From Rabid White, to the jabberlock box, and the indestructible Bandersnatch.

PROS: Of course, how could you not like Jeb? He is such a fantastic character and a true friend to Alyssa. I love how the author took Alice in Wonderland and turned it into a true "Faery" Tale.

CONS: One word... Morpheus. Don't hate me for saying this, but I didn't like him. He was a little too creepy at points, then went the complete opposite way at other points. His character just didn't seem as set in stone as everyone else.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: I thoroughly enjoyed this story and I hope that A.G. Howard keeps writing! I can't wait to read more of her books. I highly recommend this book to fans of twisted tales and fans of Alice in Wonderland.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Fractured Soul Tour ~ Review & Giveaway

On Tour with AToMR Tours.

Fractured Light (Fractured Light #1)
By Rachel McClellan
Young Adult Fantasy
Published February 8th 2012
Goodreads Link


I'm dying, I thought. This was unexpected and not at all how I envisioned my death. I was supposed to die gardening in a flowerbed as a hundred-year-old woman, not as a seventeen-year-old trapped in a lake beneath inches of ice. 

Llona Reese is used to living on the run. After the Vykens killed her parents, she knew they would eventually come for her too. She can't take any chances. But when she starts to make friends for the first time in her life, she gets careless and lets her guard down. Big mistake.

As an Aura, Llona can manipulate light and harness its energy. But if she wants to survive, Llona will have to defy the Auran Council and learn to use her power as a weapon against the Vyken whose sole desire is to take her light. Now she's caught in something even bigger than she can understand, with a power she can't wield, and no one she can trust, except, just maybe, a mysterious stranger.

In this breathtaking and romantic adventure, Rachel McClellan delivers a truly mesmerizing story that will keep you guessing to the very end.

Fractured Soul (Fractured Light #2)
By Rachel McClellan
Young Adult Fantasy
Published February 12th 2013
Goodreads Link


Llona will do whatever it takes to protect her new found friends and home, but the dark plot that is threatening Lucent Academy, a school that's supposed to be a safe place for Auras, may be too powerful for even Llona to defeat. This fast-paced tale of love, loyalty, and overcoming the darkness will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last page!

Get Your Copy:

Fractured Light: 
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Fractured Soul:
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My Review ~ Fractured Light: 
**4 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review as part of this blog tour. 

MY OVERVIEW: Wow. What a rollercoaster of a book. It was a great read and I breezed right through it.

PROS: Llona was written beautifully. Her struggles with who she is seemed so real. I loved seeing how she progressed through the book, and especially once Christian came into the picture. (Another great character!)

CONS: There is a lot that is still confusing. One big question that hasn't gotten answered is what Jake has to do with all this. Does he/did he hold the same position Llona's father did? Also, who the Vyken is, isn't that big of a stretch. Kinda saw it coming.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: I really look forward to reading the next book in the series. The book left off with a big enough cliff-hanger to where you want to keep going, but at the same time, a small enough one where if you didn't continue, you would be ok.

About the Author:

Rachel McClellan was born and raised in Idaho, a place secretly known for its supernatural creatures. When she's not in her writing lair, she's partying with her husband and four crazy, yet lovable, children. Rachel's love for storytelling began as a child when the moon first possessed the night. For when the lights went out, her imagination painted a whole new world. And what a scary world it was...

For more on Rachel McClellan and the Fractured Light series: 


The giveaway is for 10 eBook and 5 Hardback copies of your choice between Fractured Light and Fractured Soul. This giveaway is open internationally.

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Monday, February 18, 2013

Descension Tour ~ Review & Giveaway

On Tour with AToMR Tours.

Descension (Mystic #1)
By B.C. Burgess
Young Adult Paranormal Romance
Published April 4th, 2012
Goodreads Link


The Angel
After Three years caring for her dying mother, Layla Callaway learns she was adopted under unusual circumstances. Following a cryptic message to seek her birth family in Oregon, Layla uproots her lonely life, quickly finding she descends from witches and wizards. Magic is in her blood, and a handsome family friend is eager to prove it. Through a ring imprinted with her birth parents' memories, Layla's enigmatic past comes to light, presenting possibilities and trials more chimerical than her wildest dreams.

The Guardian
Quin's natural charisma yields plenty of witches, but he longs for the lost witch - the mysterious Layla. He's dreamed about her his entire life, envisioning the day he would lay eyes on her face and aura. When that day arrives, not only is he breathless, he's confronted with the challenge of a lifetime - an innate need to keep her safe and forever by his side.

The Hunter
Employing fiendish manipulation and manpower, Agro uses the arcane forces of others to elevate his supremacy and wealth. Nothing pleases him more than latching on to a mystical vein, and never has there been a more enticing source. The divine witch will be his.

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My Review: 
**3.5 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review as part of this blog tour. 

MY OVERVIEW: Very interesting concept. I liked how the witches and wizards all lived together and not fully integrated into society. I really want to go on a road trip to Oregon now. All the locations were depicted beautifully. I could almost smell the trees and the salty air. And man, did I want a cup of coffee while reading.

PROS: I enjoyed Rose and Aedan's story the best. You could feel all the love they had for each other and for Layla. I liked Quin a lot. I think his character was well written and full of love and concern for Layla and his coven.

CONS: I didn't like how the witches & wizards were pretty much a different species. Their love lives were complicated and just moved really, really fast. I understand the whole bonding thing, but still, even before that... too much... too fast. I also didn't like quite how much power they actually had. It didn't seem like there was a lot they couldn't do. Oh, and Layla. She is supposed to be very beautiful, yet she didn't have guys falling all over her. She was pretty much an outcast and that did not make sense at all.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: Way to leave us hanging. : ) I look forward to reading the next book. I have an idea in my head as to who "the stranger" is, and I hope I'm wrong.

About the Author: 

I'm a small town girl with big dreams and a wild imagination. I'm addicted to coffee and writing. The combination is my idea of heaven. I read every day, if only to my youngest son, whom I hope to someday inspire with my passion for writing.

I love hearing from my readers, so feel free to contact me through any of the links below.

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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Reckoning Blog Tour ~ Review, Interview & Giveaway

On tour with Bewitching Book Tours.

Reckoning (Dark Prophecy #1)
By Molly M. Hall
Young Adult Paranormal
Published October 2nd 2012
Goodreads link


"They say the truth can set you free. I found out it can kill you."

Seventeen-year-old Kat Matheson has never revealed the dark secret that sets her apart from everyone else: She can see and hear the dead. Until now, she has been able to ignore the strange apparitions and whispering voices. But it may not be that simple anymore. Haunted by eerie visions and increasingly frightening nightmares, Kat begins to fear she may be the target of a dark and ominous force from beyond the grave. Complicating matters is the arrival of her new neighbor, a young man she instinctively distrusts but is inexplicably drawn to. Gorgeous and mysterious, he seems to hold a disturbing knowledge of her long-held secrets.

As she desperately tries to maintain control, events take an unexpected and violent turn. Discovering that nothing is what it seems and that her psychic abilities may involve far more than just communing with the dead, Kat may be forced to confront her worst fears and the powerful curse that controls her destiny.

Get Your Copy:
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My Review:
**4 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review as part of this blog tour. 

MY OVERVIEW: Ok, I have to go "fan-girl" here for a minute... Within Temptation is an awesome band and I was thrilled and surprised to find them mentioned in this book. Not many people know of them. Ok, I am done now, onto the book... I thoroughly enjoyed the story. I think that everything Kat went through to try and extinguish her powers was interesting. It would seem like a very very hard secret to keep and she did it very well.

PROS: I really liked Rachel. There is something different about her though, and I hope we find out exactly what in the next book. Rick is also great. I am so on team Rick. (Nope, don't like Lovell at all.)

CONS: Not the most original story out there. There were a few times while reading it, that I was thinking "Haven't I read this somewhere before?" Also, apparently Kat comes from a line of women with powers, yet it is never fully explained why her mother and grandmother don't seem to have any.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: There are a lot of questions left unanswered and I look forward to finding out the answers in the next book.

Author Interview: 

1) Katriona and Lovell are such different names. How did you come up with them?
I knew I wanted my main character to be named Katriona, or Kat, as soon as I came up with the concept for the book. I think it's a beautiful name and it fits with her Scottish heritage. Lovell was a little more difficult. I wanted him to have an unusual name, but not one that you hear or see very often, especially in YA fiction. I put a lot of thought into it and spent a considerable amount of time researching names and their origins and meaning. When I came across Lovell, it just seemed to fit.

2) Who was your favorite character to write and why?
My favorite character to write was Kat. I loved taking her from a very innocent, naive girl to someone forced to confront her fears and see the world and everything around her in a new light; to someone who says, "No more. This is where it ends." Her transition from shy introvert to a young woman of great strength and courage is a great writing experience. 

3) Can you give us a hint as to what to expect in the next book?
Book 2 in the series really elevates the action. Things get pretty intense very quickly, and Kat finds herself in some perilous situations. There will be some new characters who are introduced, both good and bad, that play an important role. Readers will also gain a greater insight into Lovell and his background, as well as the dark curse that hangs over Kat and the extent of her powers. You'll also start to see a shift in the dynamics of Kat's relationships with those around her. 

4) Coffee, tea, or neither?
Tea! Preferably iced, at all times. 

5) Do you have any advice to give aspiring authors?
Read, read and read some more! The more you read, the better writer you will become. Always work on honing your craft, and experiment with different forms of writing (first person, present tense; third person, past tense; informational; journalistic, etc.) Most importantly, never give up. Perseverance is key. 

About the Author: 

Molly M Hall is the author of Reckoning, the first novel in the Dark Prophecy series. She has spent most of her life in Colorado and currently lives just outside of Denver. She pursued a degree in English Literature at Columbia College, and worked in the corporate world for several years before turning to writing full time.                                                                     When not reading or writing, she can be found shopping for awesome boots, listening to music, exercising, working on her very inadequate French, playing piano, or looking for inspiring landscapes to photograph. 

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Help me please!

Hi everyone!

So, I entered this little contest that Anna Banks was having (author of Of Poseidon) for her upcoming book Of Triton. It consisted of designing a bookmark, and I am one of the finalists!!!!  I am very excited and would love it if you could all go onto her blog and vote for me!

Vote Here!

Mine is Entry #2. Yes, there is a fantastic back for it as well, but I don't know why it didn't make it on.

Please, please help me out. I would love to see my design become a bookmark that might make it into your hands one day.

Thank you!

Review ~ Paper Valentine by Brenda Yovanoff

Paper Valentine
By Brenna Yovanoff
Young Adult Paranormal Mystery
Published: January 8th 2013
Edition Read: Hardcover
Goodreads Link


The city of Ludlow is gripped by the hottest July on record. The asphalt is melting, the birds are dying, petty crime is on the rise, and someone in Hannah Wagnor's peaceful suburban community is killing girls.

For Hannah, the summer is a complicated one. Her best friend Lillian died six months ago, and Hannah just wants her life to go back to normal. But how can things be normal when Lillian's ghost is haunting her bedroom, pushing her to investigate the mysterious string of murders? Hannah's just trying to understand why her friend self-destructed, and where she fits now that Lillian isn't there to save her a place among the social elite. And she must stop thinking about Finny Boone, the big, enigmatic delinquent whose main hobbies seem to include petty larceny and surprising acts of kindness.

With the entire city in a panic, Hannah soon finds herself drawn into a world of ghost girls and horrifying secrets. She realizes that only by confronting the Valentine Killer will she be able to move on with her life-and it's up to her to put together the pieces before he strikes again.

My Review: 
**3 Stars**

MY OVERVIEW: I liked the mystery in the story. I guess I never realized just how much I like creepy thriller mysteries. I just wish the book focused a little more on that and not as much on the cliche teenage drama.

PROS: Again, the mystery. You really don't know who-done-it until the end. I also liked how you saw the other side of the typical "bad boy". You get a glimpse into why he is the way he is.

CONS: I don't think there were any characters that were really that well written. Lillian was very annoying. It is also a little unbelievable that Hannah thinks she can figure out the Valentine Killer herself.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: Overall the book is ok. There was just a little too much "What is she wearing?", "Why is she hanging out with him?". If you don't mind the drama in your mystery thriller, than this book will be a good read.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Dominion Blog Tour ~ Review, Excerpt & Giveaway

On tour with Bewitching Book Tours.

Dominion (Guardian Angels #1)
By Melody Manful
Young Adult Paranormal
Expected Publication: February 16th 2013
Goodreads link


I Dare You.
Look Over Your Shoulders.
Do You See Them?
They are behind you...
They are always behind you.

Abigail Cells had a nightmare the day before she met Gideon, the new guy in school who has every girl drooling just to be near him. In her nightmares, she was murdered by a magical creature. As she gets to know Gideon, she begins to remember pieces of her nightmare, and was shocked when Gideon turned out to be the creature from her nightmare. Who is Gideon really? Should Abby allow herself to fall completely for him, or is he the next disaster waiting to happen?

My Review: 
**4 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review as part of this blog tour. 

MY OVERVIEW: Anti-guardian angels? Cool! Ok, why do girls always go for the bad guy? Even after everything Gideon does, she still loves him. Ugh. Tristan is so much better.

PROS: I think all the characters were written very well. I'm not normally a fan of the changing perspective, but it worked. I am just glad that the author only went with two perspectives (Abby & Gideon). I think if she had added Tristan in there it wouldn't have been as good.

CONS: Seriously, an underground super-spy training facility? Really? Very cliche and lame. Also... what???? She just took out a dozen trained KGB agents... by herself... ok, so very unbelievable. I would understand if there was something more to Abby than we know yet, but still.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: I look forward to the next book. I have a feeling we are going to find out that Abby isn't exactly human and I can't wait to see what/who she really is.

Excerpt from Dominion: 

     "I'm going to divide you into groups for our Titanic memorabilia speech, which if you all remember, is this week." Mr. Bernard said. "Speeches are due before the week is over."
     One of the students murmured, "Oh, no."
     "Mr. Silas, you and Miss Cells will be group one," Mr. Bernard said, looking at Tristan and me. "Miss Tate, you and Mr. Duran are-" Mr. Bernard was interrupted by the sound of the door as it busted open. Everyone looked toward the noise.
     Standing in the doorway was the guy I bumped into. The moment I saw him, my heart dropped. I prayed he was lost and wasn't in our class. Frankly, I didn't understand my uneasiness upon seeing him. He gave me bad vibes.
     "You must be Mr. Chase," Mr. Bernard said, and the boy walked toward him.
     "I am," he answered. He looked around the classroom, and his gaze stopped on Tristan.
     To my surprise, Tristan looked like he knew the boy because he gave a half-hearted smile.
     "You're late," Mr. Bernard said, and the boy looked at the clock on the wall.
     "I was actually here before the bell rang." His eyes moved to mine. "Miss Cells can vouch for me." I froze at the mention of my name. I wondered how he knew my name, but then I remembered I was known pretty much everywhere-the price of being famous. "She bumped into me and ran off." Someone please shoot me now. A few people chuckled. Jake cast a backward glance at me and grinned.
     "You're excused this time, Mr. Chase. Find a seat. I'll assign you to a group."
     "Mr. Chase can join Jake and me," Danny volunteered. I wasn't surprised.
     "It's Gideon," the boy said. "Gideon Chase."
     "What?" I blurted out in surprise at the mention of his name, and then all eyes turned to me.
     Gideon? His name was actually Gideon? Why Gideon?
     "Miss Cells, are you all right?" My outburst had obviously startled Mr. Bernard. Gideon stood beside him, confused, but the moment his eyes met mine, he smiled as if he knew why I was scared.
     "I-I'm sorry, I didn't-" I looked down in humiliation.
     Maybe it was just a coincidence. This guy couldn't be the same Gideon from my nightmare.
     "Well," Mr. Bernard continued, "take a seat, Mr. Chase."
     My first impression of Gideon was that he was hot.
     My second impression of him was dangerous.
     My third impression of him was murderer, because if he was anything like the guy from my nightmare, he was going to kill me.

About the Author:

Melody Manful was born on June 8, 1994, in a town in Ghana called Tema. She started writing at a very early age and has been doing it every since. Melody has two siblings and lives in Denmark with her family. She loves music, reading, and writing, and she puts a great deal into making her friends happy.

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Friday, February 8, 2013

Review ~ The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron

The Dark Unwinding
By Sharon Cameron
Published September 1st 2012
Edition Read: Hardcover
Goodreads link


A thrilling tale of spies, intrigue, and heart-racing romance!

When Katharine Tulman's inheritance is called into question by the rumor that her eccentric uncle is squandering away the family fortune, she is sent to his remote English estate to have him committed to an asylum. But instead of a lunatic, Katharine discovers a genius inventor with his own set of childlike rules, who employs a village of nine hundred people rescued from the workhouses of London. Katharine is now torn between protecting her own inheritance and preserving the peculiar community she has grown to care for-a conflict made even more complicated by a handsome apprentice, a mysterious student, and fears for her own sanity. As the mysteries of the estate begin to unravel, it is clear that not only is her uncle's world at stake, but also the state of England as they know it. With twists and turns and breathtaking romance at every corner, this thrilling adventure will captivate readers.

My Review: 
**5 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review from the publisher via NetGalley. 

MY OVERVIEW: Wow. I am completely blown away by this book. It has gotten the very, very rare 5 star rating from me. I really enjoyed both the main story and the somewhat side story. I feel that the true main story was Katharine coming into her own, and Uncle Tully was more the side story.

PROS: Katharine was fantastic. You could see everything she struggled with; between her "duty" and what she truly wanted to do. Actually, all of the characters were written beautifully. Of course, Lane and Davey were my favorites.

CONS: I really don't have anything bad to say about this book. My one wish was that a death that happened, didn't. But I understand why it did as it is kind-of integral to the series.

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: A book I would highly recommend to any fan of steampunk or history right at the height of the industrial age. I cannot wait for the next book to come out.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

A Cast of Stones Blog Tour ~ Review & Herbwoman Guest Post

On Tour with Prism Book Tours

A Cast of Stones (The Staff and the Sword, #1)A Cast of Stones
by Patrick Carr
Expected Publication: February 1st 2013
Goodreads Link

In the backwater village of Callowford, Errol Stone's search for a drink is interrupted by a church messenger who arrives with urgent missives for the hermit priest in the hills. Desperate for coin, Errol volunteers to deliver them but soon finds himself hunter by deadly assassins. Forced to flee with the priest and a small band of travelers, Errol soon learns he's joined a quest that could change the fate of his kingdom.

Protected for millennia by the heirs of the first king, the kingdom's dynasty is near an end and a new king must be selected. As tension and danger mount, Errol must leave behind his drunkenness and grief, learn to fight, and come to know his God in order to survive a journey to discover his destiny.

Get Your Copy:
(Available 2/1/13)

My Review: 
**4 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review as part of this blog tour. 

MY OVERVIEW: I thought it was very interesting how the book was set up with religion being just barely under the king, and how the king takes everything into advisement. It is very medieval, and I like how the whole book had a very medieval feel to it. 

PROS: Errol's character was written beautifully. I really enjoyed seeing his progression throughout the book. I really felt bad for him with what Luis and Martin were doing to him. 

CONS: A lot of reactions Luis and Martin had to Errol didn't really make sense. Even at the end when most everything is explained... it just didn't fit. You couldn't really ever tell what was going on with them, and it was kind of annoying. 

MY FINAL THOUGHTS: Wow, the book really held my attention at the end. I couldn't put it down. I think I stayed up until 2am to finish the book. The "twist" that happens during the epilogue isn't that big of one. You really see it coming through the whole book. 

The Herbwomen:

The same visual sufficed for both Adele and Radere. In fact, the story goes to some length to point out how similar looking they are. I had in mind these kind of shriveled old women; kind of frail-looking, but tough as oak roots and not given to suffering nonsense. Visually they looked like this, to me anyway. 

About the Author: 

Patrick Carr was born on an Air Force base in West Germany at the height of the cold war. He has been told this was not his fault. As an Air Force brat, he experienced a change in locale every three years until his father retired to Tennessee. Patrick saw more of the world on his own through a varied and somewhat eclectic education and work history. He graduated from Georgia Tech in 1984 and has worked as a draftsman at a nuclear plant, did design work for the Air Force, worked for a printing company, and consulted as an engineer. Patrick's day gig for the last five years has been teaching high school math in Nashville, TN. He currently makes his home in Nashville with his wonderfully patient wife, Mary, and four sons he thinks are amazing: Patrick, Connor, Daniel, and Ethan. Sometime in the future he would like to be a jazz pianist. Patrick thinks writing about himself in the third person is kind of weird. 

Awards: ACFW Genesis Competition 2010 Finalist for "A Cast of Stones" in Speculative Fiction. 

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Tour-Wide Giveaway:

Grand Prize (USA & Canada):  Print copy of entire series of three books (#2 & #3 as they are published) + A Cast of Stones Mug + Lend your name to a character in book #3!!

2nd Prize (USA & Canada): Print copy of A Cast of Stones

International Entries: eCopy of A Cast of Stones

Open only to those who can legally enter. Winning Entry will be verified prior to prize being awarded. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older to enter or have your parent enter for you. The winner will be chosen by Rafflecopter and announced here as well as emailed and the winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Rafflecopter or any other entity unless otherwise specified. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Giveaway was organized by Burgandy Ice @ Colorimetry and sponsored by Bethany House & the author. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

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Only on this Tour... the author shares the Creation, his Goals, some Visuals and Excerpts on each of these mini-themes:

The Herbwomen of secret lore
The World of The Staff & the Sword
The Readers of the cast lots
The Watchmen, elite warriors
The Clergy of power

Catch the entire Tour!!

1/23 - Backing Books - Herbwomen
1/24 – Christian NovelsReviewWorld
1/25 – I Am a Reader, Not a WriterReaders

1/27 – Reads to ReelsWatchmen
1/28 – LDS & Lovin’ It - Clergy
1/29 – Proud Book Nerd - World
1/30 – Open the Page - Herbwomen
1/31 – Wonderings of One PersonReview - Readers

2/3 – Simple Wyrdings - Watchmen
2/4 – Bookworm Lisa – Review – Clergy
2/5 – Passion & LifeReaders
2/6 – Kari’s Crowded Bookshelf – Review Herbwomen
2/7 – Coffee, Books & Me - Readers
2/8 – Backing Books – Review – World

2/10 – Letters to the Cosmos - Watchmen
2/11 – Jill WilliamsonReview – Clergy
2/12 – ADD Librarian Herbwomen
2/13 – Worthy 2 ReadReviewWatchmen
2/14 – Hey, Tara!World
2/15 – Pieces of WhimsyReview - Readers

2/17 – CTF DevourerReviewClergy
2/18 – Pause Time - Readers
2/19 – A Backwards StoryReviewWorld
2/19 - Christy’s Cozy CornerHerbwomen
2/20 – Min Reads & ReviewsReview Watchmen
2/21 – FINALE BLAST, Winner announced