Monday, February 19, 2018

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Tempests and Slaughter (The Numair Chronicles #1) by Tamora Pierce

Book Blurb:


Pub. Date: February 6, 2018

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers

Pages: 480

Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook

Arram. Varice. Ozorne. In the first book in the Numair Chronicles, three student mages are bound by fate . . . fated for trouble.

Arram Draper is a boy on the path to becoming one of the realm’s most powerful mages. The youngest student in his class at the Imperial University of Carthak, he has a Gift with unlimited potential for greatness–and for attracting danger. At his side are his two best friends: Varice, a clever girl with an often-overlooked talent, and Ozorne, the “leftover prince” with secret ambitions. Together, these three friends forge a bond that will one day shape kingdoms. And as Ozorne gets closer to the throne and Varice gets closer to Arram’s heart, Arram begins to realize that one day soon he will have to decide where his loyalties truly lie.

In the Numair Chronicles, readers will be rewarded with the never-before-told story of how Numair Salmalín came to Tortall. Newcomers will discover an unforgettable fantasy adventure where a kingdom’s future rests on the shoulders of a talented young man with a knack for making vicious enemies.

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My Review:

5 out of 5 Stars

Genre: Another-World, Heart, Hysterical, Mystery, Royal-Court, Supernatural--

“It’s very interesting, where you live, isn’t it, Arram?” He tapped his forehead to show what he meant.

Arram has always been precocious with his magic and when he needed further attention than what was available in his home town, he was sent to the Imperial University of Carthak to further his education. Arram is the youngest student there and the other students go out of their way to let he know he doesn't belong. But what they don't know is that he is so full of magic it basically bursts out of him. After a disaster (one of many) caused by Arram, his teachers have realized his potential and soon his special training will set him on a path for his future.

I will admit that I am late to the Tamora Pierce party and I had never read any of her books- I had heard great things about them, but I just never picked one up. Well, a few weeks ago I had the opportunity to meet Tamora (or Tammy as she referenced herself) at an author event hosted by my local book store and I was completely charmed by her personality and the enthusiasm she shared for her worlds and character- they each meant something to her and she felt a great deal of responsibility towards her readers to create realistic relatable characters for her readers (and to represent some ahh "growing-up" changes appropriately). I just knew I had to read her books and it was the perfect time since I had a copy of Tempest in Slaughter, a brand new series I could jump right into without needing the backstory from her previous stories.

I found this book to be absolutely lovely, the closest thing I can relate it to would be Harry Potter, but even that is not quite right, but I have not been so immersed in a story about a school and magic and a special little boy since I picked up that series 20 years ago (yes, my age is showing). Tempest and Slaughter is a BIG book, at 455 pages, and it was a little daunting at the beginning when I started since I don't read a ton of high fantasy, but Tamora made it so approachable that I fell into the pages, the world, the characters, until it was hours later and I was half way through. Everything came alive for me, be it the magic, the three main characters, the animals, the gladiators, the "lesser" gods (by the way Enzi was the best!) and don't forget Preet (where can I get a sunbird??). It was so captivating, every minute, even the harsh events of death and sickness were handled in such a way that I could literally not stop reading. If this is how all Tamora's books have been, then I really have missed out.

​Overall I found this to be such a gorgeous, entertaining, ​magical adventure that I HIGHLY recommend for all fantasy readers. The world came alive and the characters felt like people that I knew and cared about, I rooted for Arram to succeed and prove to everyone what he is capable of. I watched him grow up and become capable, powerful, caring and yet still able to get into trouble through no fault of his own. Tempest and Slaughter is just the beginning of this journey and I am counting down the days until I can get my grabby hands on the next book.

Author Bio:

Tamora Pierce is a bestselling author of young adult fantasy books that break past the traditions of the fantasy genre to feature teenage girls as knights, wizards, and above all: heroes. A #1 New York Times bestseller and the recipient of the 2013 Margaret A. Edwards award, Tamora has written over 30 books, including the upcoming TORTALL: A SPY'S GUIDE (Oct. 31, 2017) and TEMPESTS AND SLAUGHTER (Feb. 6, 2018).

Tamora was drawn to books from a young age. Raised in rural Pennsylvania, the child of a "long, proud line of hillbillies," her family never had much. "We were poor, but I didn't know it then. We had a garden where my folks grew fruit and vegetables and our water came from a well," she explains. But one thing they did have was plenty of books. So Tamora read.

A self-proclaimed "geek," she devoured fantasy and science fiction novels, and by the age of 12 was mimicking her literary idols and writing her own action-packed stories. It was thanks to her father that Tamora began writing. "He heard me telling myself stories as I did dishes, and he suggested that I try to write some of them down," Pierce says.

But Tamora's novels had one major difference: unlike the books she was reading, her stories featured teenaged girl warriors. "I couldn't understand this lapse of attention on the part of the writers I loved, so until I could talk them into correcting this small problem, I wrote about those girls, the fearless, bold, athletic creatures that I was not, but wanted so badly to be."

Seventeen years later, after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, a brief career in teen social work and some time spent writing for radio, Tamora Pierce held true to her childhood crusade, and published ALANNA: THE FIST ADVENTURE, the first in a quartet about a valiant, young, female warrior. Pierce's heroine struck a chord with readers across the country and quickly earned her a loyal following.

Now, with over 30 critically-acclaimed books to her name, Pierce lives in upstate New York with her husband Tim and their menagerie of nine cats, two birds, a flock of pigeons, various raccoons and squirrels, and one opossum. "It's a pretty good life, if I do say so myself. Struggling along as a kid and even through my twenties, it's the kind of life I dreamed of but never believed I would get. Yet here I am, after a lot of work, a lot of worry, a lot of care for details, and a massive chunk of luck, the kind that brought me such strong friends and readers. Pretty good for a hillbilly, yes? And I never take it for granted."

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Week One:

2/1/2018- Fiction Fare- Review

2/2/2018- herbookstacks- Review

  Week Two:

2/5/2018- Here's to Happy Endings- Review

2/6/2018- A Dream Within A Dream- Review

2/7/2018- Book-Keeping- Review

2/8/2018- Eli to the nth- Review

2/9/2018- LILbooKlovers- Review

  Week Three:

2/12/2018- Jump Into Books- Review

2/13/2018- BookHounds YA- Review

2/14/2018- Jessabella Reads- Review

2/15/2018- YA Bibliophile- Review

2/16/2018- Nerdophiles - Review

  Week Four:

2/19/2018- Book Briefs- Review

2/20/2018- Smada's Book Smack- Review

2/21/2018- Confessions of a YA Reader- Excerpt

2/22/2018- YA Books Central- Excerpt

2/23/2018- The Book Nut- Review<

  Week Five:

2/26/2018- A Backwards Story- Review

2/27/2018- The Book Shire- Review

2/28/2018- Falling Down The Book Hole- Excerpt

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Blog Blitz & Giveaway: Fire and Bone by Rachel A. Marks

Fire and Bone
Rachel A. Marks
(Otherborn #1)
Publication date: February 20th 2018
Genres: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult

“Gossip Girl meets Percy Jackson in the glitz and grit of L.A….”

In Hollywood’s underworld of demigods, druids, and ancient bonds, one girl has a dangerous future.

Sage is eighteen, down on her luck, and struggling to survive on the streets of Los Angeles. Everything changes the night she’s invited to a party—one that turns out to be a trap.

Thrust into a magical world hidden within the City of Angels, Sage discovers that she’s the daughter of a Celtic goddess, with powers that are only in their infancy. Now that she is of age, she’s asked to pledge her service to one of the five deities, all keen on winning her favor by any means possible. She has to admit that she’s tempted—especially when this new life comes with spells, Hollywood glam, and a bodyguard with secrets of his own. Not to mention a prince whose proposal could boost her rank in the Otherworld.

As loyalties shift, and as the two men vie for her attention, Sage tries to figure out who to trust in a realm she doesn’t understand. One thing’s for sure: the trap she’s in has bigger claws than she thought. And it’s going to take a lot more than magic for this Celtic demigoddess to make it out alive.

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I try to hide my shivering as I wait before the altar, in my position as the Bonding begins. Around me, shadows dance over the cairn walls from the restless flames licking up the ram’s body—the sacrifice on the pyre behind me—and the smell ofsweat and burnt flesh smother the smoky air.

The King of Ravens paints an alarming image, standing almost naked across from me on the other side of the blood circle. He wears the corona radiata, the golden laurel-leafed crown, on his head of onyx hair. His short beard is neatly trimmed, combedwith lavender oil for the ceremony. His sharp silver eyes study me beneath a heavy brow.

I try not to think about the past. Or future. I try not to think about what those hard hands will feel like on my skin when he seals this Bond.

I study the stone floor rather than look in those metallic eyes. I feel them on me, though, the same way they have been for the fortnight I’ve been here preparing for the ceremony. He hasn’t touched me; he’s only brought me gifts and insisted I sit with him beside the greatfire in the evening before he goes out for his hunt. Sometimes I smell him in the hallway outside my rooms. But he never comes in, thank the goddess. The scent of blood is heavy on him in those moments. I’m not sure what I would’ve done if he’d attempted anything.

After this is done, it won’t matter. My bed will be his. As will my life.

A druid walks back and forth behind me, tossing rosemary and lavender onto the pyre after each stanza of his spell. He calls to the wind from the east, he calls to the waters in the west, and he pulls the spirit of flame and earth into the cairn with us, asking the Penta to approve the Bond set to be made between the two most powerful Houses, as he pleads for a blessing from our mothers, Brighid and Morrígan, and thanks the Cast for their permission to seal the Bond between the two very different powers.

A female druid comes to my side with bowl and brush, beginning to paint my skin in blue woad, tracing patterns of knots and runes across my back, then baring my chest and continuing.

The king’s gaze follows the woman’s strokes, and when she’s finished, he raises his chin at me in approval but says nothing. What does he see when he looks at me? My wild copper hair? My simple features? The awkward birthmark just above my heart? I’m round of cheek and hips and not much of a beauty. But however I look to him, I will belong to him.

Determination is set in hard lines on his face, and I wonder if the torque on hisneck is working properly. I can see his dark energy lifting in silver and black curls over his shoulders now. It should be tight inside his skin, as mine is. The iron shackle should be holding it in place so that we don’t harm each other in the first merging, before we can get used to the feel of each other’s powers.

The female druid moves to the king next and begins painting the woad in circles over his torso. The druid chanting behind me recites the final section of his spell, walking the ram’s-blood circle painted on the floor. He holds a rowan stick aloft, flicking rosewater over the king and then me as he passes by, mumbling, “A price paid, a covenant sealed, in earth and blood and ash, in spirit and flesh and fire.”

The price is my will, my soul, in payment for the life of the human prince that I took.

In the center of the circle, between the king and me, is an altar with two bowls set atop, one full of salt, one full of rye.

The iron union dagger rests between them.

I stare at it, imagining the blade cutting into my flesh. And I can’t help when my gaze moves to the king. I want to blink and make this moment a dream, perhaps findmyself in the thicket with Lailoken, among the bluebells in the Caledonian wood.

I should run from this son of Morrígan, deny him, deny our mothers, and let the world burn. But my heart twists at the thought. I was running from duty when fate took my heart from me, when the prince succumbed to my fire’s will. It was the childish notion of freedom that tore him from me.

Now it’s time to accept my punishment for allowing the humans to glimpse ourworld. Time to atone.

The druid’s voice fills the room again. “When moon gives birth to stars,” he says, in a droning hum, flicking more rosewater over us with the rowan stick, “let this Bond be sealed in blood.”

My skin prickles with fear as the king takes the cue, reaching out to pick up the ceremonial dagger by the leather-wrapped hilt. I focus on not moving, not making a sound, as I watch him bring the blade to his chest, tip pricking his left breast. A drop of crimson pearls up at the spot.

With a slow hiss of breath, he cuts across.

Dark blood slides down his abdomen in a thick swath of red. “My blood with yours,” he says. And he turns the knife, holding out the hilt for me.

My hands clench into fists at my side, and I force my shaking limbs to still.

I breathe in slowly again. Then I reach out, taking the ceremonial dagger from him, careful not to touch his fingers.

I pretend not to care about the cage I’m about to be locked in. About the pain in my soul from loss, from the goddess Brighid abandoning me to this darkness, pain from the reality of everything in front of me.

I press the tip of the blade to the center of my chest, the point breaking the skin. I look into the silver eyes of the king in front of me. And consider my fate.

One deep plunge to the heart and the pain will end. One plunge.


My Review:

4.5 Stars Out Of 5

Genre: Another-World, Mystery, Royal-Court, Supernatural, Suspense, Teen, Urban Fantasy--

Sage is most interested in getting a shower and finding a safe space to spend the night for her and her friend Ziggy, so in an uncharacteristic act, she agrees to go to a Halloween party if it means being safe for a night. But after falling asleep in a strange bed, Sage wakes up and realizes that something is not right. A drink made by a friend ends up taking away all her worries- that is until she ends up draining the life from the guy she was dancing with, a guy who was not human at all. But, Sage might not be human herself, and the world she is thrust into may be more dangerous than even her... and everything may burn.

It's like I won a weekend at a five-star resort. With deadly creatures and mayhem, but still...It's pretty close.

I am always looking for new urban fantasy books to escape into and I was excited when Fire and Bone crossed my radar- I loved the cover with the bright color choices as well as the synopsis caught my attention. I was going to read this, it was only a matter of when- luckily my friend Sarah over at the Clever Reader website offered me a copy to review. Well, I am so glad that I could read this right now, especially since I am on an urban fantasy kick- and keep in mind that I read a LOT of Urban Fantasy (it's my favorite!). I was really happy with what I discovered beneath the gorgeous cover of Fire and Bone- an equally developed, complicated and unique world unlike anything I have delved into before. The book was roughly 450 pages but only cover a few days time, so the pages were so full of action, descriptions of the world and magical creatures (from vampires, pixies, ghouls, selkies, Demigods, Goddesses, wraiths, druids...) that sprung from Danu the goddess, mythology and legends that the world builds on, as well as fleshed out characters. There is a little bit of something for everyone wrapped up in this book.

The story alternates narration between Sage and Faelan, the person assigned to train and protect Sage while she transitions to her new life. I really enjoyed how Rachel was able to give them very different personalities and voices throughout the boom. Sage is cynical and wary of accepting help due to her past, knows nothing about this world she apparently belongs to, and is basically a pawn who is bumbling her way to understanding. But yet, inside her she has the fire and heat that could make people bow down to her, so we will have to see how she wants to play her cards. Faelan on the other hand is centuries old, stoic, controlled and uncompromising- basically an incredibly attractive badass who marches to his own strict code. Sage and Faelan butt heads left and right, yet it makes me wonder if the sparks (ha, a Sage related pun!) are a sign of what is building between the two of them.

Occasionally, we were able to see through another characters eyes, such as the mysterious Kieran, who I thought was a great, complicated character and I kind of rooted for him- but I usually like the bad guys and he basically killed Sage within the first 30% of the book, but nobody is perfect. And my favorite character is Aelin (who is actually a side character), the Druid who appears to be a flighty, superficial, self-centered character but really has depth and heart and a really entertaining personality that made me laugh with her over the top antics. She is totally underrated in their world and I hope she gets a chance to show what she is capable of later.

This was my first book by Rachel A. Marks but it won't be my last- I can't wait to read the Dark Cycle series while I am waiting for the next installment of Sage's story- because let me tell you, this was just the beginning and the ending of the book caused just as many questions as it answered. Sage is just learning who she is and what she is capable of, as well as the underlying darkness that is motivating the plans against her (ok, I will admit that the twists that happened right at the ending filled me with rage that I can't pick up the next book right this minute, but I will try to cope and fill the hole in my heart that waiting for more Demigod mayhem caused- yes I am overly dramatic). Overall I really enjoyed this story and all the twists and turns the plot took as well as the dynamics between the characters. I highly recommend this YA- Urban fantasy crossover for anyone looking for something different.

Author Bio:

Rachel A. Marks is a cancer survivor, a writer and artist, a surfer and dirt-bike rider, chocolate lover and keeper of faerie secrets. Her four kids and amazing hubby put up with her nerdiness with tremendous grace, even when she makes them watch Buffy or Smallville re-runs for days on end. She was voted: Most Likely To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse, but hopes she'll never have to test the theory.

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Cover Reveal: Unraveled (Perfected #3) by Kate Jarvik Birch

Let us know what you think of the cover for Unraveled (Perfected, #3) by Kate Jarvik Birch, which releases April 3, 2018!

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Book Blurb:

Ella isn’t anyone’s pet anymore, but she’s certainly not free.

After exposing the dark secrets about NuPet’s breeding program, forcing them to repeal the law that allowed genetically modified girls to be kept as pets, she thought girls like her would finally be free. She never dreamed that it would backfire. NuPet may have convinced the public of their intentions to assimilate pets back into society, but Ella knows it’s a lie.

They aren’t planning mass rehabilitation...they’re planning a mass extermination.

Now, with the help of a small group of rebels, Ella and Penn, the boy she’d give up her life for, set out to bring down NuPet for good. But when her group gets implicated in a string of bombings, no one is safe. If she can’t untangle the web of blackmail and lies that extends far beyond NuPet’s reach, she won’t just lose her chance at freedom, she’ll lose everyone she loves.

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Author Bio:

Kate Jarvik Birch is a visual artist, author, playwright, daydreamer, and professional procrastinator. As a child, she wanted to grow up to be either a unicorn or mermaid. Luckily, being a writer turned out to be just as magical. Her essays and short stories have been published in literary journals, including: Indiana Review and Saint Ann’s Review. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband and three kids.

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Blog Tour & Giveaway: The Amber Elixir (A Two Realms Novella, #1) by Ariella Moon

The Amber Elixir
Ariella Moon
(A Two Realms Novella, #1)
Publication date: October 3rd 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

Viviane, the new Lady of the Lake and High Priestessof Avalon, accepts a challenge from Merlin unaware her bold actions will have tragic consequences. Two of her priestesses are turned to stone. A forbidden love deserts her. Now alone, she has six young handmaidens to train and protect.

When Morgan le Fay demands assistance with a spell that could change the balance of power in the Two Realms, Viviane refuses her. But what if Morgan’s secret knowledge could restore the stone priestesses? Will an alliance prompt Viviane’s love toreturn? Or will the gamble cost her all she holds dear?

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Ariella was kind enough to provide us with her Top 10 Favorite Characters

1. Aslan from The Chronicles of Narnia

2. Harry Potter from The Harry Potter series

3. Hermione Granger from The Harry Potter series

4. Elphaba from Wicked: The Life and Times of The Wicked Witch of the West

5. Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games series

6. Alexia Tarabotti from Gail Carriger’s Alexia Tarabotti novels

7. Kate Kane, from Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator series

8. Catherine, from Catherine, Called Birdy

9. Lil, from Carolyn Turgeon’s Godmother, The Secret Cinderella Story

10. Aidan Cooper, Spell Struck (My favorite book boyfriend!)

Author Bio:

Ariella Moon draws upon her experiences as a shaman and former teen to create magical Young Adult fiction. Her series include The Two Realms Trilogy, a medieval Scotland and Fairy fantasy adventure, and The Teen Wytche Saga, a series of sweet contemporary paranormal romances. Moon’s “Covert Hearts” appears in Second Chances: A Romance Writers of America Collection.

Ms. Moon spent her childhood flying to rooftops in her dreams and searching for a magical wardrobe that would transport her to Narnia. Extreme math anxiety and taller students who mistook her for a leaning post, marred her youth. Despite these horrors, she graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at Davis. She lives a nearly normal life doting on her extraordinary daughter, two shamelessly spoiled dogs, and a media-shy dragon.

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Parallax (Starblind #2) by D.T. Dyllin


Author: D.T. Dyllin

Narrator: Ashley Holt

Length: 6 hours 52 minutes

Series: Starblind, Book 2

Publisher: Tik Tok Press

Released: Jul. 10, 2017

Genre: Romantic Science Fiction

Tamzea, a Mazatimz healer, found a home as part of the crew on the starship The Pittsburgh. But when a part of her past crashes into her present, she's forced to face the uncertainty of her future. Dragged back to a place Tamzea had hoped to leave in her worst nightmares, she discovers Eron, a man she thought dead. Determined to save each other, Tamzea and Eron must find a way to work together, despite their torrid past. With partial truths, and political games, will Tamzea be able to fix Eron, or is he too broken for even her to heal?



  My Review:

4 Out Of 5 Stars

Genre: Aliens, Another-World, Audiobook. Mystery, Romance, Supernatural--

Parallax picks up after the events of Starblind, with the crew on their way back to normal after escaping the clutches of the sinister alien race out to torture and maim other species. Tamzea is content with her life as the healer on Philadelphia, but seeing Jane and Ash together makes her long for the past that was ripped from her. When an escape pod gets pulled to their ship, Tamzea finds young twins who say that they are the daughters of her lost love Eron, who she had thought was dead for the last ten years. Tamzea can't escape her past, instead it is coming for her...

This is book two in the Starblind series and I would highly recommend that they be read in order since it is a continuous plot, even though each book is about a different character from the crew. I have found this series to be the perfect escapist read for an afternoon, a fun, steamy, super fast read that can be breezed through. The audiobooks were roughly 7ish hours so you can pick one up and have it completed in no time.

​There was so much more action that occurred on the pages of this book making me like this story better than the first book in the series, but there were still times that the action occurs off the pages and the reader just gets the basic wrap-up described. ​I am sure this is much easier for the author but as the reader, I feel like I could have missed something super exciting (such as the rescue of Ash, just to name one event). I personally would like to experience the action and emotions instead of getting a quick summary.

​I think that since the world was already established in Starblind, the author was able to make the characters have more depth and allow the reader to get to know them better. Not only did I get to really meet and understand Tamzea, but also Jane (the main character from the first book) was more fleshed out (and a better person than I originally thought her to be) than she had been before. Oh, and the twists and betrayals that Parallax provided were nicely surprising, keeping me on my toes. Book 1 was entertaining but book 2 was even better, so that makes me think that book 3 will be the best yet- I have high expectations now.

​I listened to the audiobook version narrated by Ashley Holt and I found her to be a bit slow for my liking at regular speed, but once I bumped the speed up to 1.5x, she was the perfect narrator. She gave all the characters personality and voices, as well as the sass I have come to know from the crew of the Philadelphia. I would love to listen the the rest of the series brought to life by Ashley. ​

​I am voluntarily reviewing an advance, complimentary copy of this book.

D.T. Dyllin is a bestselling author who writes paranormal, sci-fi, and contemporary romance. Basically, anything with a love story is her kryptonite. Her obsession with affairs-of-the-heart is what first drove her to begin twisting her own tales of scorching romance. D.T. was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Black & Gold for life, baby!) She now lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with her husband, and two spoiled German Shepherds.
Narrator Bio
Former NPR PBS FM radio host/announcer in a major media market, with a warm mezzo female voice. I have a background in opera and can present in English, Italian, German, French, Latin. With a background in the performing arts and opera, I can sing as well as do some accents. Home includes a husband shaped person, 2 cats, volunteerism and an active online gaming presence. No audiobook genre is taboo, which makes for very interesting dinner table discussion. Member, Audio Producers Association


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Starblind, Book 1

Feb. 6th:

Dab of Darkness Audiobook Reviews

The Book Junkie Reads . . .

T's Stuff

Feb. 7th:

Audiobook Romance

Jazzy Book Reviews

Feb. 8th:

Buried Under Books

Feb. 9th:

Notes from 'Round the Bend

La libreria di Beppe

Feb. 10th:

Lilly's Book World

Haddie's Haven

Feb. 11th:

Smada's Book Smack

Loves Great Reads

Feb. 12th:

The Book Addict's Reviews

Parallax, Book 2

Feb. 13th:

Dab of Darkness Audiobook Reviews

The Book Junkie Reads . . .

Feb. 14th:

Audiobook Romance

T's Stuff

Feb. 15th:

Lilly's Book World

Jazzy Book Reviews

Feb. 16th:

Notes from 'Round the Bend

La libreria di Beppe

Feb. 17th:

Buried Under Books

Loves Great Reads

Feb. 18th:

Smada's Book Smack

Haddie's Haven

Feb. 19th:

The Book Addict's Reviews

Flux, Book 3

Feb. 20th:

Dab of Darkness Audiobook Reviews

The Book Junkie Reads . . .

Feb. 21st:

Audiobook Romance

Feb. 22nd:

Up 'Til Dawn Book Blog

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Feb. 23rd:

Notes from 'Round the Bend

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Lilly's Book World

Haddie's Haven

Jazzy Book Reviews

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Buried Under Books

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