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I’m putting together a very impromptu book blast for my Eternal Curse sequel, Eternal Curse: Battleground, from April 13 through April 17…but I’m doing things a little different.…Continue

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GIVEAWAY for Grade A Stupid by AJ Lape UNTIL APRIL 6!

Hey guys, AJ Lape is giving away copies of her novel "Grade A Stupid" and the end date is still on APRIL 6, 2015 so there's still lots of time! It's about an unlucky, witty, trouble-magnet young…Continue

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Comment by Maureen Timerman on November 29, 2011 at 1:31pm

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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on November 29, 2011 at 12:43pm

Pop on over and link upto our blogs linky / goodreads linky / book giveaway linky (must include the UK / and authors who welcome UK book reviewers linky xx

http:// www.beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co m/2011/11/ its-our-weekly-book-blog-hop-we lcome.html

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Comment by Sammy Sutton on November 29, 2011 at 11:13am

Sammy's Review: The Fire in Fiction By Donald Maass

 

Writers and authors, I highly recommend this guide. It is simply an invaluable tool. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, I give this guide a 6 star review.

Comment by tasha on November 29, 2011 at 11:10am

Enter for your chance to win a copy of In the Dark of Dreams by Marjorie M. Liu. Giveaway ends December 13

http://www.book-obsessed.com/2011/11/author-interview-marjorie-m-li...

Comment by Nancy Taylor on November 29, 2011 at 4:42am
 
Ends 12/10/11 - 3 copies!
 
 
3 copies. Ends 12/12
 
 
One Hundred and One Nights - 3 copies (12/6)

 


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Comment by BookNut 101 on November 29, 2011 at 12:11am

Inheritance - A Quick Relatively Spoiler-Free Review

I'm content. I could get abducted by Fae tomorrow (hopefully Ash - that would make it much more worthwhile!) and have lived fully, having finished the last book of the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini. It was...magical (yeah, no pun intended) and fulfilled my high expectations. It may have been a little sad (no sprinklers, but still) but it really shone a light on what makes this series so spectacular and I think Christopher has done a wonderful and praise-worthy job of finishing Eragon's journey.   
                                                                  
RATING: 4.9

Eragon is just how we remember him - quick-thinking, a little unsure, love-sick (Arya is quite the tormentor!) and overall loyal to the cause of ridding the land of the Big G (great name, right? Like how you have rapper names, Galbatorix can be Big G...anyways....) and of evil. 
But it isn't as easy as it seems. Allies are few, Glader is still locked inside in his Eldunari, Murtagh is still alive and powerful (and did I mention very, very goodlooking?) and Eragon is hopelessly underprepared for the battle ahead.
A few hints for what's to come:
  • More Angela ( I love Angela - without her the story would lack a certain spark)
  • Roran fights in more battles
  • Eldunari play an important part
  • Murtagh plays an important part
  • The green egg - does it hatch?
  • The reason to why Galbatorix is really so powerful
  • Nasuada finds love (Maroon 5's She Will Be Loved just started playing in my head....darn internal CD player!)
  • Vault of Souls...need I say more?
  • Think back to Angela's prophecy and then think of any unexplainable events that have occurred throughout the series
  • Totally epic awesomeness
Now...I was going to rate it a 5, BUT - I was a little sad about the ending. It left so much unanswered, but I can understand the difficulties (e.g. audience interest, length, etc.). Hopefully, one day, we'll hear more about Angela and her past. 
Until then, Atra esterní ono thelduin. Mor'ranr lífa unin hjarta onr. Un du evarínya ono varda. 
(May good fortune rule over you. Peace live in your heart. And the stars watch over you.)
BookNut 101

 

For more book reviews, sneak peeks and bookworm fun click the title to go to my blog.

 


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Comment by BookNut 101 on November 29, 2011 at 12:11am

Inheritance - A Quick Relatively Spoiler-Free Review

I'm content. I could get abducted by Fae tomorrow (hopefully Ash - that would make it much more worthwhile!) and have lived fully, having finished the last book of the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini. It was...magical (yeah, no pun intended) and fulfilled my high expectations. It may have been a little sad (no sprinklers, but still) but it really shone a light on what makes this series so spectacular and I think Christopher has done a wonderful and praise-worthy job of finishing Eragon's journey.   
                                                                  
RATING: 4.9

Eragon is just how we remember him - quick-thinking, a little unsure, love-sick (Arya is quite the tormentor!) and overall loyal to the cause of ridding the land of the Big G (great name, right? Like how you have rapper names, Galbatorix can be Big G...anyways....) and of evil. 
But it isn't as easy as it seems. Allies are few, Glader is still locked inside in his Eldunari, Murtagh is still alive and powerful (and did I mention very, very goodlooking?) and Eragon is hopelessly underprepared for the battle ahead.
A few hints for what's to come:
  • More Angela ( I love Angela - without her the story would lack a certain spark)
  • Roran fights in more battles
  • Eldunari play an important part
  • Murtagh plays an important part
  • The green egg - does it hatch?
  • The reason to why Galbatorix is really so powerful
  • Nasuada finds love (Maroon 5's She Will Be Loved just started playing in my head....darn internal CD player!)
  • Vault of Souls...need I say more?
  • Think back to Angela's prophecy and then think of any unexplainable events that have occurred throughout the series
  • Totally epic awesomeness
Now...I was going to rate it a 5, BUT - I was a little sad about the ending. It left so much unanswered, but I can understand the difficulties (e.g. audience interest, length, etc.). Hopefully, one day, we'll hear more about Angela and her past. 
Until then, Atra esterní ono thelduin. Mor'ranr lífa unin hjarta onr. Un du evarínya ono varda. 
(May good fortune rule over you. Peace live in your heart. And the stars watch over you.)
BookNut 101

 

For more book reviews, sneak peeks and bookworm fun click the title to go to my blog.

 


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Comment by Shera (Book Whispers) on November 29, 2011 at 12:00am

This is a fantastic give away to win Boyfriends From Hell and Earth Angel by author Van Lowe!!

Not only that but you can win two additional prize packs. A Bath and Body Works basket and gift card, some wonderful items to keep you warm, and the latest Jennifer Scales book!!

Comment by Diversion Press on November 28, 2011 at 11:51pm

Hi,

Diversion Press has two books of poetry that we would love to send out for reviews on blogs, journals, and Amazon.com  Please contact us at diversionpress@yahoo.com and see our blog at www.diversionpress.blogspot.com

 

Meanderings:  A Collection of Poetic Verse

Amazon Link

 

People Poetry:  For People, By People, and Sometimes About People

Amazon Link


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Comment by Mymcbooks on November 28, 2011 at 9:05pm

Book Review and Giveaway: Colors of Me. Ends Dec 19th

Intriguing collage illustrations frame this playful rhyme told through the eyes of a curious, creative young child who determines the whole world is full of color.

 

http://mymcbooks.wordpress.com/2011/11/28/book-review-and-giveaway-...

 
 
 

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