Hoppity hop Galore #5: All I want for Xmas is…

Categories: #FF, book blog hop, meme
Feature & Follow Friday: This is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. This week's blogs to follow are Lauren’s Book BLog and Books & Barks.Q: Letter to Santa: Tell Santa what books you want for Christmas!Dear Santa,You dislike me, I know. I've stalker the house since I was old enough to remember, hoping to catch you in the act and rob you of all your presents. You might have sensed it, and always hid, which only made me want to catch you that much more. I gave up trying to catch you when I was about 7, and got smart; I'd whine Read more [...]

Gratitude Giveaways Blog Hop ~ International giveaway

Categories: events, giveaway hop, I am a reader not a Writer
Gratitude Giveaways Blog HopHosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer& All-Consuming Books17 - 27 NovemberI will take this opportunity to thank everyone that's reading for being here with me, I know it's been a bumpy ride. I deeply appreciate each one of you for not giving up on me when my website&blog was lost on 10 October 2011 (marked in my calendar as the Doom's Day). With some work, a lot of luck, and a whole lot of support from you guys, I made it through that shmitty moment and put everything back together.So thank you all for all your support Read more [...]

Review: Guardian of Time (The Prophecies #2) by Linda Hawley

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, adventure, dystopia, Linda Hawley, paranormal, RBR, review
     Guardian of Time (The Prophecies)Linda Hawley ; Kindle EditionPublished October 26th 2011 by Nouveau PublishingIt’s the near future, and society is government controlled. Technology tracks everyone, personal privacy does not exist, and even food supplies are being monitored. The hope for freedom lies in the operations of an underground organization, GOG, which fights against worldwide oppression. Their most powerful weapon is Ann Torgeson, a paranormally-gifted operative, who unseals The Prophecies with her powers. With the government Read more [...]

In my Mailbox #3

Categories: book blog hop, in my mailbox, meme
I skipped this for what, 2 weeks? Am such a clown.Anyways, since my previous IMM aka #2 ( SO impressive, I know 😛 ),  I've gotten these delightful goodies:Review submissions:NetGalley uber-awesome-looking yum-ificent books and ARCs:AND, I was a very very good girl and didn't assault poor cred-card again; I used a gift coupon I got from Alexis's Follower Appreciation Extravaganza (long story,it was supposed to be a book not a gift card, but I'll skip the long explanations...) to get me some promising smutty reads (sort of revolving around her diversity Read more [...]

Review + Giveaway: The Accidental Activist by Alon Shalev

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, activism, Alon Shalev, book tour, RBR, review, some romance
        The Accidental ActivistAlon Shalev ; Kindle EditionPublished October 22nd 2010 by Three Clover Press (first published October 1st 2010)David meets Goliath in the law courts of England in the 1990's. The advent of the Internet is leveling the playing field as a multinational corporation tries to silence two young political activists in a riveting court case that captivates the political and business world's attention.The company will try anything (sex, espionage, bribery and coercion) to stop or win this case. In fighting the corporation, Read more [...]

Review: Father Of Emily by Kristofer Oliver

Categories: 3 butterflies, Kristofer Oliver, RBR, review, some romance, ya
        Father of EmilyKristofer Oliver; Kindle EditionPublished June 26th 2011Ben Millar’s life feels like any other ex-pat romance, he drinks too much coffee, moans about the French and has just found out he has an unfaithful girlfriend.Almost a decade after he has left England he is forced to take on an emotional journey of discovery as fourteen-year-old Emily, the daughter of his teenage love Clara, comes to visit him in Paris.This new relationship makes Ben face his fears, his past and the guilt of leaving her mother - the girl he said Read more [...]