Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Wicked Winter Read-A-Thon

Original Post here.
The Wicked Winter Read-A-Thon is a time when we all get together to dedicate the weekend of February 3-5 to as much reading as possible. You read as much as you can in order to get yourself a little further through that huge to-read pile! We know real life gets in the way and even if you can’t participate more than one day, you’re welcome to join in on the fun!

I think this would definitely help me catch up on my reading. I'm falling behind D: So, this seems like a fun little thing. Sad thing, I don't think I'll be able to get much reading done on the first say (February 3rd) only because there's my Winter Formal. And if I end up going, I can't just bring my Kindle to the dance! I'd look like such a lame-o. Reading at the dance(x But the only two days are free. It'll be me, my Kindle, a few paperbacks in my bed for hours on end!

Wish me luck(:

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Teaser Tuesday - {10th]

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
■Grab your current read 
■Open to a random page 
■Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page {I often use more!}
■BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
■Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

His smile is laced with dynamite. "Go to sleep." "Go to hell." He works his jaw. Walks to the door. "I'm working on it. 

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

New Girl by Paige Harbison {26th]

Title: New Girl
Author: Paige Harbison
Pages: 304
Format: eBook/ eARC
Publish Date: January 31st, 2012 ; HarlequinTeen
Source: NetGalley
They call me 'New Girl'...

Ever since I arrived at exclusive, prestigious Manderly Academy, that’s who I am. New girl. Unknown. But not unnoticed—because of her.

Becca Normandy—that’s the name on everyone’s lips. The girl whose picture I see everywhere. The girl I can’t compare to. I mean, her going missing is the only reason a spot opened up for me at the academy. And everyone stares at me like it’s my fault.

Except for Max Holloway—the boy whose name shouldn’t be spoken. At least, not by me. Everyone thinks of him as Becca’s boyfriend but she’s gone, and here I am, replacing her. I wish it were that easy. Sometimes, when I think of Max, I can imagine how Becca’s life was so much better than mine could ever be.

And maybe she’s still out there, waiting to take it back
I didn't figure this out until I read a review from someone else, but this is a retelling of another story. The other novel was called Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. I had no idea! But, that didn't effect my feelings about this book. Paige Harbison is a wonderful author with a writing style that made me not want to tear away from the book.

New Girl is about a girl who gets transferred to Manderly Academy for her senior year. She had wanted to go there when she was younger, but kept getting rejected. So once she did, she couldn't burst her parents' bubble and say she didn't want to attend. By going to Manderly, it meant she would have to leave her home state, leave her friends and family, and start somewhere completely new. For a girl who was born and raised in Florida, going to New Hampshire must of been a huge change. At first, she believed everything would be okay. Nothing was okay once she arrived at the school. It just so happened that the only reason she got the spot at Manderly was because a girl had gone missing. She, Becca, was a star at the school. Miss Popularity. So, of course, her disappearance wasn't something that went away. Everybody believed she was still there, just waiting for the perfect time to pop out. That didn't make up for the fact that her roommate (Dana) was a major pain in the butt; always yelling and saying how Becca would be back soon.

I enjoyed the way Paige Harbison portrayed the characters.  Dana. Becca. Max. Johnny. The-Girl-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named-Until-The-Very-End. Yes, I mean that. I didn't notice that the main girl's name wasn't mentioned until the complete end when someone said it. I had a blank look on my face, because it took me that long to figure out I hadn't heard her name mentioned before. I really did like that touch Paige Harbison threw in. As well as the alternating point-of-views. The main girl's persepctive and then from Becca's. Becca's point-of-view was in the past, from when she was at Manderly and how she made a difference. But, Becca was just a little bit psycho, so that was interesting to read about.

All in all, this was a very good read. I didn't know what to expect. I thought it'd be a cheesy boarding school story, but it wasn't just about that. I recommend this story to anybody that enjoys retellings and mysteries(:

We could be as dead as anyone who'd lived to be a hundred or as someone who was given a lethal injection. Our lives could be over at any moment. We were not invincible. I think that was a new one. We all knew it of course, but we never really felt it. And as we were all getting ready to end out high school lives and begin our new ones, I realized that these were thoughts worth remembering.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Completely Contemp Challenge

I'm a newbie Contemporary fan, so I wanted to join this challenge. And plus, I already own some of these contemporary books! I just haven't gotten to reading them. And what's not a perfect way to start then now? Plus, these books could count for another challenge I'm participating in! Here's my list of books to read:

-Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
-Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
-A Blue So Dark by Holly Schindler

-Epic Fail by Claire LaZebnik
-There You'll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones
-Forgotten by Cat Patrick

-Where It Began by Ann Redisch Stampler
-The Thing About the Truth by Lauren Barnholdt
-Dead To You by Lisa McMann

2012 TBR Pile Reading Challenge

Originial post @ Bookish

Challenge guidelines: 

  1. This challenge will run from Jan 1, 2012 - Dec 31, 2012.
  2. As we would like to see quality reviews linked up to our monthly wrap-ups, only bloggers can enter. Sorry about that!
  3. Any genre, length or format of book counts, as long as it is a book that's been sitting on your shelf for some time now. Only books released in 2011 and earlier! NO ARCs and 2012 fresh-off-the-press releases allowed!
  4. You can list your books in advance or just put them in a wrap-up post. If you list them, feel free to change them as the mood takes you.
  5. When you sign up in the linky, put the direct link to your post about joining the 2012 TBR PILE Reading Challenge (You need to include the info + host list + challenge button. You can also grab the button code and add it to your sidebar!)
  6. You can move up levels, but no moving down.
  7. Sign-ups will be open until Dec 15, 2012, so feel free to join at any time throughout the year.
  8. At the end of each month one of the hosts will post a wrap-up. Every wrap-up will have it's unique theme, a mini-challenge, a giveaway and place for you to link up your reviews from this monthFor each review you link up, you will get one entry in a drawing of one book of choice from Book Depository. It's open to INTERNATIONALS. For participating in the mini-challenge you will get +1 entry.
  9. If you miss a wrap-up post + giveaway, you can link up your reviews next month. Do not, however, try to link up one review twice - we will be checking ;)
  10. December is a wrap-up for the whole year. All the book reviews you linked up January-November + the ones you'll link up in December will be entered into a HUGE giveaway - 12 books, 12 winners, INTERNATIONAL. 
You don't have to follow all the hosts to join the challenge, but you do have to follow all of us to be entered in giveaways!

The level I think I'll be comfortable with is probably A Friendly Hug, which is to read 11-20 books. I have tons of books that have been published in 2011 that I haven't read yet! I know, for sure, I'm not reading the whole list. But I'm just keeping track of the ones I want to read before this year is over. :D Fingers crossed I make it to at least 11 of these books! Here are books I plan on reading for this challenge:

-The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkins
-A Beautiful Dark by Jocelyn Davies
-Delirium by Lauren Oliver
-Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
-Possess by Gretchen McNeil
-Wildefire by Karsten Knight
-The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
-Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini
-Hereafter by Tara Hudson
-Divergent by Veronica Roth
-Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel
-Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
-A Need So Beautiful by Suzanne Young
-Ripple by Mandy Hubbard
-White Cat by Holly Black
-Wither by Lauren DeStefano
-Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
-Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles
-and etc.

1 - Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

2012 Ebook Challenge

Orginial Post @ Workaday Reads

Challenge Guidelines:
  1. This challenge will run from Jan 1, 2012 - Dec 31, 2012.
  2. Anyone can join, you don't need to be a blogger. If you don't have a blog, feel free to sign-up in the comments. You can post reviews to any book site (i.e. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, Goodreads, etc).
  3. Any genre or length of book counts, as long as it is in ebook format.
  4. You can list your books in advance or just put them in a wrap-up post. If you list them, feel free to change them as the mood takes you.
  5. When you sign up in the linky, put the direct link to your post about joining the E-Book Reading Challenge.
  6. You can move up levels, but no moving down.
  7. Sign-ups will be open until Dec 15, 2012, so feel free to join at any time throughout the year.
I have a lot of ebooks piling up, so this will help me! :D The level I'm going for is DVD, which is 25 ebooks. Since you can't move down, I think I'll start with that level and see where it takes me throughout the year.

1 - Between the Sea and Sky by Jacyln Dolamore
2 - New Girl by Paige Harbison
3 - Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
4 - 

My Soul to Take by Rachel Vincent {25th]

Title: My Soul to Take
Author: Rachel Vincent
Pages: 279
Format: Paperback
Publish Date: August 1st, 2009 ; Harlequin
Source: Giveaway
She doesn't see dead people. She senses when someone near her is about to die. And when that happens, a force beyond her control compels her to scream bloody murder. Literally.

Kaylee just wants to enjoy having caught the attention of the hottest guy in school. But a normal date is hard to come by when Nash seems to know more about her need to scream than she does. And when classmates start dropping dead for no apparent reason, only Kaylee knows who'll be next.
Rachel Vincent is a work of magic. Her writing is literally addictive. I couldn't put the book down! I'm new to her work, so I didn't know what to expect. This is a very hyped series, and everyone loves it. It made me scared that I'd be one of the few that don't really like it. But, thank goodness, I'm on the side of every other Kaylee and Nash lover.

My Soul to Take starts off with Kaylee and her best friend Emma entering a club. Yes, they are underage. Only way they are able to get in is because Emma sister is a bartender. Emma is a pretty and popular girl, whereas Kaylee is more of the opposite. So when Nash Hudson, one of the handsomest guys at her school, starts talking to her at the club, Kaylee is very surprised. Of course, she engages into their conversation. As the night goes on, the club is pumping, and the crowd are all excited, something happens. Not to everyone, just Kaylee. All of a sudden, she has this urge to scream. Not a regular roller coaster scream. More of a bloody-murder/break-your-eardrums scream. It's clawing at her throat, threatening to get out. Until Nash and Emma take her outside. That is after she looks at a girl and sees that there's a dark shadow covering her body.

Nash. Nash. Nash. Hot, adorable, funny, and a bean sidhe. Or, as I like to call it, a Banshee. Same as Kaylee.  Opposites attracted, but boy, Kaylee and Nash are inseparable. Especially when they had to figure out why girls were mysteriously dying. 3 girls in 3 days from 3 neighboring areas. Suspicious or no? That's where Tod comes on to the equation. Tod. Tod. Tod. Hot, adorable, funny, and a reaper. Yes, like the Grim Reaper. A soul snatcher. But, Tod is nice . . enough. I really like him, even though he's a killer.

To sum it all up, this was a very well likable book. I already made sure I got the second book, because I am dying to understand why it's called My Soul to Save. I think something's going to happen to Kaylee's soul in the next book (I haven't read the description just yet).

Someone tell me why it took me this long to read this book? Holy crap (excuse my French) was I blown away! Yes, that is my way of telling you all to read this book. If you haven't already!

“Kaylee, you're adding two and two and coming up with seven.” 

Soul Screamers Reading Challenge

Hosted by Fiktshun

The Soul Screamers Challenge will begin on January 15, 2012 and end on June 14, 2012.
You can join the challenge at any time during the above dates by signing up in THIS POST.
You do not have to be a book blogger to join. You just need somewhere to post your review and/or talk about the books you've read (i.e., Facebook, Goodreads, personal blog). If you do not have any of those outlets, and your review is positive, I will be happy to post your review as a guest post on my blog Soul Screamers Reading Challenge.
Books must be read and reviewed between January 15th and June 14th. You can read and review them at any time during the challenge, but each book you read and review during the scheduled month will give you an extra entry into the Before I Wake giveaway at the end of the challenge.
You can read the books in any format or edition you’d like – eBook, audiobook or even in print!
Each month, on the 15th, there will be a post in which you can link up your reviews or posts for THAT MONTH ONLY. You can leave more than one link if you've read and reviewed more than one of the books that month.

I don't know why it's taken me this long to read the Soul Screamers series! I've only read the first book (review to be posted soon) this year [2012]! Surprising, I know.
I'll be reading the rest of the books in the schedule order: 

My Soul to Take - January 15th to February 14th, 2012

My Soul to Save - February 15th to March 14th, 2012 

My Soul to Keep - March 15th to April 14th, 2012

My Soul to Steal - April 15th to May 14th, 2012

If I Die - May 15th to June 14th, 2012

I like the fact that it's a month long thing, so it's not rushing me. Because it'll probably be a hassle for me to get these books from the library :p

2012 Debut Author Challenge

Hosted by one of my favorite bloggers, The Story Siren.

  • To read & review a minimum of twelve young adult or middle grade debut novels between the dates of January 1, 2012 – January 31, 2013.*
*The 2013 extension is so that December Debuts can be read and count toward the challenge.
  • Any advance reader copies you read from 2012 BEFORE the January 1st start date DO NOT count toward the challenge! 
  • You can read twelve books in one month, or one book a month. It doesn’t matter as long as you have 12 read by the end of the year! 
  • You must have a Blog to post your reviews or be a member of Goodreads. Youtube Book Reviewers count too!
  • Your blog/video must be written in English.
  • Deadline to join is May 31, 2012.
  • Must be a young adult or middle grade title.
  • Must be the author’s YA or MG debut, released in 2012.
  • If an author has a previous novel published for adults or children, they can still qualify for the challenge.
  • If an author has a previous YA or MG title, they do not qualify for the challenge.
Sign ups here!

Really excited about joining in this year! Everybody keeps saying that this is one of their favorite challenges! I think I'm going to enjoy it. Here's a list of books (no particular order) that come out this year that I'm hoping to read, for this challenge and for personal reasons!:D

-Everneath by Brodi Ashton
-Tempest by Julie Cross
-Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
-The Alchemy of Forever by Avery Williams
-Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
-Illuminate by Aimee Agresti
-Of Poseidon by Anna Banks
-The Unquiet by Jeannine Garsee
-Lies Beneath by Anne Greenwood Brown
-Fracture by Megan Miranda
-Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins
-Grave Mercy by R.L. LaFevers
-Gilt by Katherine Longshore

The NetGalley Challenge

Orginial post @ Miss Remmers' Reviews

I didn't think I'd be one to participate in challenges, but it seems really fun! Hopefully I won't get involved into too many and end up not finishing them.

I'm a new NetGalley member, and I must say I love NetGalley! At first, I was a tad bit hestitant. But then I got accepted for the first time and it made me super excited. I also got declined for the first time, but that's a different story. For this challenge, I'm going to try and read an approximate number of 30ish NetGalley books. With my new Kindle, it's quite easy to read books fast! I'm almost done with my second ebook! So, wish me luck(: I'll keep up-to-date with everything on this post.

1 - New Girl by Paige Harbison

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Between the Sea and Sky by Jaclyn Dolamore {24th]

Title: Between the Sea and Sky
Author: Jaclyn Dolamore
Pages: 229
Format: Kindle
Publish Date: October 25th, 2011 ; Bloomsbury USA Children's Books
Source: Bought
For as long as Esmerine can remember, she has longed to join her older sister, Dosinia, as a siren--the highest calling a mermaid can have. When Dosinia runs away to the mainland, Esmerine is sent to retrieve her. Using magic to transform her tail into legs, she makes her way unsteadily to the capital city. There she comes upon a friend she hasn't seen since childhood--a dashing young man named Alander, who belongs to a winged race of people. As Esmerine and Alander band together to search for Dosinia, they rekindle a friendship . . . and ignite the emotions for a love so great, it cannot be bound by sea, land, or air.

 Between the Sea and Sky is a cute and short read. This is the first mermaid book I have read since . . Little Mermaid. So, no high expectations were made. I just wanted to see how well an author can portray a mermaid story. Jaclyn Dolamore did a great job with that.

This story follows a mermaid that goes to search for her runaway sister. Esmerine, the main character, has just become a siren. Her and her sister, Dosia (Dosinia), are the only sirens in her family. Esmerine and Dosia are really close, so when Dosia just runs away, Esmerine is shocked and determined to find her. Sirens are allowed to change into humans, by growing legs, but whenever the walk, their feet will burn with an agonizing pain. But Esmerine is dead-set on finding her sister. Esmerine manages to get a ride into town, hoping to find an old friend of hers. A winged man, Faransee, named Alander. He used to come to the sea and read books to Esmerine. It's been years since Esmerine has last saw him, from him saying he can't come back to see her and the disapproval from the mermaid community. After some catching up and figuring out where exactly Dosia is located, Alander and Esmerine set out to go find her. Which ends in expecting twists and turns.

Between the Sea and Sky wasn't a cliched book. The plotline didn't remind me of another book. Actually, there is no other book that I can related this book to. It has a story of it's own. The romance, thankfully, wasn't instant. It developed over the whole book. Different than those books that romance happens over just one chapter. I love the foreign names that I ran across in the book. Esmerine, Alander, Dosinia, Karinda, Swift, etc. It was fun to read this book; I really enjoyed it. Jacyln's writing style was very easy to follow along with.

I recommend this book to fantasy lovers(:

Esmerine swallowed, remembering the day when the elder sirens explained how to wreck a fishing boat that took more than its share of fish and how to drown a human swiftly.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Cover Reveal - Rebel Heart

Dust Lands #2
Author: Moira Young
Published and Publisher: October 30th, 2012 ; Margaret K. McElderry

The Tonton have been defeated. Lugh has been rescued. The heartstone has brought Saba and Jack together 
Now, Saba and her family head west to meet him and start a new life. All should be well. 
But shadows of the dead are stalking Saba. 
And another kind of shadow is creeping over the dustlands. 
Then a messenger shows up. 
With news of Jack.

Omg. Omg. I'm literally smiling really big right now. Look at that cover! Yes, this is only the Kindle edition, but just wait for the real edition! Omg. I'm fanatic right now. This cover matches Blood Red Road e-book edition of the book.

See the resemblance?! :D It's gorgeous! But how the heck am I supposed to wait  9 and a half more months for Rebel Heart?! I don't know what I'm going to do with myself! I think I'm going to pre-ordering this book real soon!

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Between Shades of Gray By Ruta Sepetys {23rd]

-This has been in my drafts for a long time-
Title: Between Shades of Gray
Author: Ruta Sepetys
Pages: 344
Format: Hardcover
Publish Date: March 22nd, 2011 ; Philomel Books
Source: School Library
Lina is just like any other fifteen-year-old Lithuanian girl in 1941. She paints, she draws, she gets crushes on boys. Until one night when Soviet officers barge into her home, tearing her family from the comfortable life they've known. Separated from her father, forced onto a crowded and dirty train car, Lina, her mother, and her young brother slowly make their way north, crossing the Arctic Circle, to a work camp in the coldest reaches of Siberia. Here they are forced, under Stalin's orders, to dig for beets and fight for their lives under the cruelest of conditions.

Lina finds solace in her art, meticulously - and at great risk - documenting events by drawing, hoping these messages will make their way to her father's prison camp to let him know they are still alive. It is a long and harrowing journey, spanning years and covering 6,500 miles, but it is through incredible strength, love, and hope that Lina ultimately survives.Between Shades of Gray is a novel that will steal your breath and capture your heart.
Wow. What a read. From the plotline to Ruta Sepetys writing, I honestly didn't expect it to be so . . great! Not that I thought it'd be bad, but just something I didn't like. First off, it was like a nonfiction-type read. It's not, but it felt like it. It's filled with a bunch of events happening. A whirl of feelings and emotions. Such a raw novel, behind the scenes of people that were taken away because of the faith they believed in. Very similar, almost exact, to the Jews and what happened to them. When I read the first page, I was kind of effy about it. I heard such raving reviews, but I never stopped and took the time to read them. I thought it was normal YA romance. You can image my surprise when I realized it was definitely not. More like historical friction. The ending made me sad;l I didn't want it to end. It was way too many things happening at the time for it to just end. I had gotten attached to a book I thought I would hate, how ironic.

In other words, great book, great writing, great story-line, and great informational story. I'd read it over again if I got the chance.

"He was so clumsy, but he was so sincere. Sometimes there is such beauty in awkwardness. There's love and emotion trying to express itself, but at the time, it just ends up being awkward. Does that make sense?"

Blood Red Road by Moira Young {22nd]

-This has been in my drafts for the LONGEST time-
Title: Blood Red Road
Author: Moira Young
Pages: 344
Format: Hardcover
Publish Date: June 7th, 2011 ; Margaret K. McElderry
Source: Bought
Saba has spent her whole life in Silverlake, a dried-up wasteland ravaged by constant sandstorms. The Wrecker civilization has long been destroyed, leaving only landfills for Saba and her family to scavenge from. That's fine by her, as long as her beloved twin brother Lugh is around. But when a monster sandstorm arrives, along with four cloaked horsemen, Saba's world is shattered. Lugh is captured, and Saba embarks on an epic quest to get him back. Suddenly thrown into the lawless, ugly reality of the world outside of desolate Silverlake, Saba is lost without Lugh to guide her. So perhaps the most surprising thing of all is what Saba learns about herself: she's a fierce fighter, an unbeatable survivor, and a cunning opponent. And she has the power to take down a corrupt society from the inside. Teamed up with a handsome daredevil named Jack and a gang of girl revolutionaries called the Free Hawks, Saba stages a showdown that will change the course of her own civilization. Blood Red Road has a searing pace, a poetically minimal writing style, violent action, and an epic love story. Moira Young is one of the most promising and startling new voices in teen fiction.
Blood Red Road changed my life. Not literally, but it moved me. From the most unique and poetic writing style, to the characters portrayal. Moira Young blew me away with her novel.

Moira Young's writing is different, honestly. The way she represented Saba's voice, was the most creative thing ever. At first, I thought there were just a few typos, because, come on, there's always something that an editor misses. Instead of  'just', it was 'jest'. Instead of 'and' there was 'an'. Instead of 'get', she wrote 'git'. But then I kept seeing it spelled wrong over and over again. Plus, there were no quotation marks. So, I knew that this wasn't accidental anymore. I think I read the first few pages about five times before actually understanding that that was her writing style for this novel. It truly blew me away.

Back to the actual story, I loved the characters. Saba surprised me the most. At first, she wasn't my favorite character. She was someone that didn't seem . . nice. Lugh, on the other hand, has always been my favorite character! It made me sad when he was captured. Since it was just the beginning, and my feelings for Saba hadn't quite developed, I wanted her to have gotten captured instead. So, when the took Lugh away, it made me very upset.  But my opinions changed about Saba after she went through everything just to save her brother. Skipping to the middle of the book, one word . . Jack. If only he was a real person. He'd be all mine. From the way Moria Young described him, his personality, his looks, his attitude. . YUM. No wonder Saba became interested! The ending was one of my favorite parts. I know endings are never good, but I loved this one. Even though I knew it was the end, I still flipped some pages just to see if that was really the end.

I've never loved a book as much as I love Blood Red Road. This girl is eagerly awaiting the next book in the series. If only they had a cover, I'd be a-okay. I know the title, which is Rebel Heart, and the very brief description. But is that enough? NO. I loved joining Saba's quest to get her brother back. It was definitely adventure! I am definitely recommending this book, to everybody. Babies, toddlers, preteens, teens, young adults, adults, middle-agers, over 50, seniors, over 100.

We jest stand there. Stand an stare. We git all kinda weather here. Hot winds, firestorms, tornadoes, an once or twice we even had snow in high summer. So I seen plenty of dust storms. But never one like this.
That's one bastard of a cloud, I says.

Teaser Tuesday - {9th]

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
■Grab your current read 
■Open to a random page 
■Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page {I often use more!}
■BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
■Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

I have a Kindle! Woohoo! A Kindle Touch! I am in love with it!:D As soon as I got it, I automatically starting getting books from Amazon. Such as Hollowland by Amanda Hocking and Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan. Which were free, by the way(: 
His eyes dropped to her breasts and quickly up to her face again. Esmerine flushed in return. Humans seemed to treat bodies like nasty secrets, and she felt that way when she formed legs.
-Ebook {19% done}