Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The Things That MatterThe Things That Matter by Nate Berkus
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I won this book from goodreads in the firstreads program, and I was surprised by how big it was not thick/big, but big. I found it entertaining as I always do his television program. I thought Nate brings a different side out in the book, that isn't shown on t.v. I felt inspired reading this, and much more then I initially thought I would. I give this book 4 stars and would recommend this book to anyone interested in Interior Design, and the show. I enjoyed this read:)

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Beat that sentence challenge originated by Lindsay Mead

Clerical Error on giveaway form Please Note!!

Clarification notice!!! So I made an error on my rafflecopter form I accidentally put it as a paperback copy up for the giveaway, and it will actually be a hard cover copy of the book due to it not yet being out in paperback binding. I am sorry for any confusion but the copy that will be given to the winner will in fact be a hard cover copy:) Thanks and best of luck guys!

Giveaway Starting Oct. 5th 2012 for a copy of What's Left Of Me by Kat Zhang

The Give Back Giveaway:
I wanted to do a giveaway to show my appreciation for how many books I have won via Goodreads/Librarything.  I have been very fortunate and I thought it was due time to pay it forward with a giveaway for this fantastic book! The giveaway starts October 5th and will end October 31rst.  The rafflecopter will be found below in my blog:) Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Children of Sophista Book Review

I was chosen in a member giveaway on Library-thing for this book, I am completely in love with the cover to start. The book I would rate 4.5 out of 5 stars. I loved the story within the book, it was very animated and fun to read. The pictures within the book are simply amazing! My favorite part of the book was towards the end when the fairies are trying to save the main character Stefan from a meta-morphing catastrophe that would end up in him exploding and blowing up the world. This book is a very sophisticated Fairy book and you must be paying very close attention to the characters in order to be able to follow what is going on. I think this book will make anyone who reads it tap into a higher intelligence to read it. I think this book was great if you love Sci Fi you will love this book. I would recommend it to anyone over the age 13-14 and I am 28 and I truly enjoyed it. The beginning of the book was also so funny I don't want to spoil it but the first chapter the book is literally speaking to you it's funny. So In closing I loved it and Yes would recommend it!

The Last Word: Interview With Rachel Hawkins

The Last Word: Interview With Rachel Hawkins

Check out this interview with Rachel Hawkins!:)

Mrs. K.C. Hilton has some really great giveaways going on go check out her blog!!!! link above:)

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Book Review of Enclave by Anne Aguire:
Ok for those who don't know or have never heard of this book it is a dystopian novel, and a very well written one at that! I started this book the other day and in every spare moment I have been reading it. I am in love with this story the characters were well described as was every aspect of the story. The main characters are Deuce and Fade and I don't want to spoil too much due to this being a bookclub pick this month for a few of my friends, but Deuce and Fade end up partners in the Enclave and grow as friends and finally as a bit more then that. I am going to stop myself before I go to far with spoilers, but I have to say this book was simply AWESOME!!!! It was a quick read a definite page turner and really left me with the need to read outpost the second book in the series right away:) I rate this book a five out of five all the way! If you are thinking about reading it you would not be disappointed. I think this book was even better then the hunger games as far as dystopian goes. I would recommend this book to all ages teen and up all day.