Thursday, June 30, 2011

0 Sunset Bridge {review} and giveaway

Title: Sunset Bridge (A Happiness Key Novel #3)
Author: Emilie Richards
Publisher: Mira
Publication Date: June 21, 2011
arc, 510 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-7783-1238-3

Summary: Former socialite Tracy Deloche has nothing to her name but five ramshackle beach cottages and the unlikely friendships she's formed with her tenants. Wanda, wise waitress turned popular pie-shop owner. Janya, the young Indian wife whose arranged marriage surprises her every day. Alice, a widow raising her complex tween-age granddaughter. And Maggie, Wanda's daughter, a former Miami cop with a love life as complicated as Tracy's own.
The new man in Tracy's life hasn't mentioned love or commitment— and Tracy has just discovered she's pregnant. Janya longs to be a mother—and suddenly has two young siblings in her care. Maggie helps out at Wanda's Wonderful Pies…but is the kitchen big enough for both Gray women? And Alice may lose her beloved granddaughter to someone no one expected….
As a tropical storm brews, the wind carries surprises and secrets over the bridge to Happiness Key. Now, more than ever, five friends will discover just how much they need one another.

Sunset Bridge by Emilie Richards in the third book in the Happiness Key Novels. The book centers around a  myriad of fantastic characters and a few story lines that take place in the quaint little town of Happiness Key. I love the chemistry between the characters especially the women. They're drawn together despite their various background and ages. They have an enviable friendship. My favorite character is Wanda. She is a spunky lady with an affinity to make delicious pies. Her character made me drool. Literally. Every time she was in the kitchen making pies, my stomach growled. Wanda and her daughter, Maggie don't see eye to eye on a lot of things. Maggie moves back after events in her personal and professional life leave her questioning her life's direction. Maggie is quick to make friends with Tracy. They are sorta in the same 'not sure what to do next' boat. Life has thrown them a few lemons and they don't know what to do with them. Maggie is also helping to solve the mystery of Janya's friends unexpected disappearance. This is one of those books that I picked up and thought to myself I'll just read a few chapters and before I knew it, I was almost finished with the book. I love all the story lines. They are all so interesting, mysterious, heartwarming and funny. Even though there are elements of mystery and suspense in this book, it's a character driven novel. I love how the characters interact with each other. They are there for each other through the good, the bad and the ludicrous. This is a great summer read. It's fast paced and delightful. Sunset Bridge is the third book in the Happiness Key novels. The first two are Happiness Key and Fortunate Harbor. I have not read the first two books yet. However Emilie Richards did a fantastic job. I did not feel lost at all when reading this story. She gives you a twitter version on past events when necessary. I do want to go back and read the first two books because I fell in love with Happiness Key and would love to read more about the characters in these books. If you are looking for a great summer read you should check this book out. I highly recommend it.

Happiness Key
Fortunate Harbor
Sunset Bridge

If you would like to find out more information on the author and the books, be sure to check out:
website | blog | facebook | twitter

*I received a copy of this book for review purposes only. This in no way influenced my opinion.

Thanks to Planned TV Arts I have an extra ARC of Sunset Bridge to giveaway to one lucky person. All you have to do to enter is:
1. Read my giveaway policy
2. Be over 13 years old
3. Fill out the form below
4. Giveaway ends July 7, 2011
5. This is for US/CA addresses only

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

1 The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

Title: The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (The Inheritance Trilogy Book 1)
Author: N.K. Jemisin
Publisher: Orbit
Publication Date: February 25, 2010
paperback, 398 pages
ISBN: 0316043915 (ISBN13: 9780316043915)

Yeine Darr is an outcast from the barbarian north. But when her mother dies under mysterious circumstances, she is summoned to the majestic city of Sky. There, to her shock, Yeine is named an heiress to the king. But the throne of the Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is not easily won, and Yeine is thrust into a vicious power struggle with cousins she never knew she had. As she fights for her life, she draws ever closer to the secrets of her mother's death and her family's bloody history.
With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, Yeine will learn how perilous it can be when love and hate - and gods and mortals - are bound inseparably together.

What would happen if the gods went to war against each other? That is the question that is answered before N. K. Jemisin’s debut novel, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms begins. The three major gods- brothers Itempas and Nahadoth, and sister Enefa- begin a war with their “children” (the minor gods) joining the fight. In the end Itempas is the victor and the others are all cast down to live in human form and be subject to the ruling class, the Arameri. This is the setting at the beginning of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. We now meet the heroine of the story Yeine. She is the granddaughter of Dekarta Arameri, the Consortium Overseer which is the ruling order of the kingdoms. She has been summoned to the ruling city of Sky by her grandfather as a potential successor to his position. From this point family loyalty is questioned, political movement is paramount, and the foundation of the realm is shaken.
 If you are looking for a “typical” fantasy novel with wizards, magical swords and lost kings then this is not for you. If, on the other hand, you are looking for an incredible story of political intrigue, family betrayal and back-room deals with the gods, then by all means, get this book immediately. I was fascinated from the very beginning. Jemisin is a fantastic worldbuilder. She brilliantly paints the geographical and political dimensions of the realm of the hundred thousand kingdoms. The mythology of the gods, from their birth out of the maelstrom is an interesting read and very well written. The dynamics of the characters interactions are well played out. Yeine just cannot figure it out as to whom she should trust.
Overall, this is one of the best novels I’ve read in quite some time. If you are a true fan of the fantasy genre then I wholeheartedly recommend this book. This is the first in the Inheritance Trilogy and I am eagerly awaiting the chance to read the next book in the series, which is out now, The Broken Kingdoms.  

To find out more about the author and the series check out:

Monday, June 27, 2011

1 Daimon by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Title: Daimon (Covenant #0.5)
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Publication Date: April 19, 2011
ebook, 62 pages
ISBN: 9780983157 (ISBN13: 9780983157267)

Summary: For three years, Alexandria has lived among mortals—pretending to be like them and trying to forget the duty she'd been trained to fulfill as a child of a mortal and a demigod. At seventeen, she's pretty much accepted that she's a freak by mortal standards... and that she'll never be prepared for that duty. 
According to her mother, that’s a good thing. 
But as every descendent of the gods knows, Fate has a way of rearing her ugly head. A horrifying attack forces Alex to flee Miami and try to find her way back to the very place her mother had warned her she should never return—the Covenant. Every step that brings her closer to safety is one more step toward death… because she's being hunted by the very creatures she'd once trained to kill. 
The daimons have found her.

Daimon is the prequel to the much anticipated Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout. In this novella Armentrout introduces us to Alexandria. Alexandria is a seventeen year old girl that's far from normal. She's been living incognito for three years. Alexandria and her mother left their home in a rush and with no explanation. When trouble shows up on their doorstep Alexandria is forced to run to the one place her mother was trying to avoid. With the daimons hot on her trail she's forced to find the courage to fight back.
Wow! This is an exciting introduction to Half-Blood. This book is a quick read. It's so full of action and adventure you won't be able to put this book down. I can hardly wait for Half-Blood. 

releases Sept. 15, 2011
I'm a huge fan of these book covers. What do you think? 

Saturday, June 25, 2011

2 What's Your Status?

Zakiya from Butterfly Feet Walking on Life has a fantastic meme. In this meme you post your status of the books your reading this week, books you finished this week, books you're going to read next, and books you plan on buying this week. You can also post what reviews and memes you participated in for the week. 

What I finished last week:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rawling
Sunset Bridge by Emilie Richards

What I'm reading now:
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

What's next in my TBR pile:
A Wife for Mr. Darcy by Mary Lydon Simonsen

This is my status for this week, what's yours?

Friday, June 24, 2011

6 Harry Potter Covers from Around the World: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

These are some Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone covers from around the world. What do you think? Do you have a favorite?






Wednesday, June 22, 2011

2 Shelley Workinger Guest Post and Giveaway!

Today I have author Shelley Workinger here. She's the author of the Solid series. She's here today with her top 10 YA books. Take it away Shelley:
                YA is such a massive body of work and (although I don’t have any solid stats to back this up) has got to be one of the fastest-growing categories today. I think a lot of writers (myself included) recognized the discrepancy between the number of hungry young readers and the amount of fun, new and exciting stories to satisfy them. YA titles are pouring into the market faster than I can add them to my TBR list and they cover all the bases: adventure, fantasy, romance, sci-fi – many even all of the above! Knowing that I can’t choose (or even read!) them all, I did my best to give a fair representation of the genre. J
I mainly read for pleasure – for escapism – so my favorite books tend to be more fun and fantasy. By the same token, I prefer my fantasy to be more, well, realistic. I know that sounds contradictory, but I like to lose myself in the characters, not lose my mind over the details necessary for high-fantasy world-building. That’s why I have hard time with a lot of space and time travel, but can fall right into a story about a supernatural dimension to modern society. I have to start somewhere – with someone – that I connect with right away, which is why I can easily follow Harry to Hogwart’s, but have not picked up The Lord of the Rings, for which I hear you need an Excel spreadsheet of rules to follow.
So here are my picks for Top 10 YA books:
The Book Thief – Marcus Zusak
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – 
J.K. Rowling
Catching Fire – 
Suzanne Collins
The Maze Runner – James Dashner

The Eyes of the Dragon – 
Stephen King
Same As It Never Was – 
Claire Scovell LaZebnik
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – 
Jonathan Safran Foer
Do They Know I’m Running – 
David Corbett
Protecting the Gift – 
Gavin deBecker*
Boys Will Put You on a Pedestal (So They Can Look Up Your Skirt) – Philip Van Munching*
*The last two are non-fiction, but are hugely important for especially teen and tween girls to read and are in no way textbook bores – I promise!
To find out more about Shelley Workinger and this series go to: website | facebook | twitter | blog
Now it's time for the giveaway!!! If you haven't checked out my reviews for Solid or Settling you can find them here and here. Shelley Workinger is giving away a copy of Settling to one lucky person. To enter:
1. Please check out my review policy
2. You must be at least 13 years old
3. You must fill out the form below.
4. Open internationally
5. Ends June 30th

0 Settling by Shelley Workinger

Title: Settling (Solid #2)
Author: Shelley Workinger
Publisher: Create Space
Publication Date: July 4, 2011
paperback, 242 pages
ISBN: 1-460-98172-3

SummaryAt the beginning of the summer, Clio Kaid was one of a hundred teens brought to a secret Army installation. But it was no ordinary camp and they weren’t ordinary kids… 
Soon after learning they were the products of a secret genetic experiment, the teens began developing super-abilities ranging from bounding lightness to blocking heaviness; blinding brilliance and the ability to vanish. These same gifts made them targets of a psychopath in officer’s clothing, and they found themselves fighting for their lives. 
Picking up where “Solid” left off, Clio and her friends realize that they aren’t ready to go home; they’re determined to stay on campus and continue their journey of self- discovery. But someone doesn’t feel the same way and will do anything to drive them away – even kill. 
Friendships will be tested, abilities will evolve, and more secrets will come out as the teens race to stop the killer before he sets his sights on one of them…

I really enjoyed the first book in this series. If you missed my review of Solid you can check it out by clicking here. It was a no brainer to read the second book in the series, Settling by Shelley Workinger. This series is based on a bunch of kids who have special abilities. They didn't receive these abilities by some freak accident or some twist of nature, they received these abilities by a secret genetic experiment in utero. So secret that their parents aren't even aware of it. The kids are gathered in a campus like setting to live while the government tries to find out the answers to how this happened.
After everything that went down in Solid, the kids are still going strong. Clio, Jack, Alexis, Miranda, Garrett and Bliss are stronger than ever. As different as they all are they bonded over the near death experience. They've decided to stay on campus during the summer months. They all get jobs based on their 'talents'. Things seem to be going pretty good for the group then someone on campus get murdered. This throws the campus on high alert especially since they're no witnesses to the murder. Everyone is suspect including the students. 
This is a great second book to the series. I really enjoyed getting to 'know' the characters more. The story is told from Clio's point of view. She's still trying to figure out who she is. She craves isolation so she starts pushing everyone away. Clio realizes that things are changing with her and she makes all kinds of mistakes. Clio is a great character. I didn't get frustrated with her the way I do with other characters sometimes. Even though she made mistakes I thought they were plausible. Her character really starts to develop in this novel.  Shelley Workinger also introduces some new characters in the series, Xavier, Trudy, and Rae. They are all great additions to the story line. I look forward to seeing what the author has in store for them.
Overall I thought this is was a great second book to the series. It was fast paced with some action and teen angst. I thought the plot line was good. I was hooked from beginning to end. Speaking on the end, Shelley Workinger left us hanging. So I hope she's hard at work on the next book, Sound. I can't wait to see what happens next! If you haven't read Solid yet, get thee to a book store! 

To find out more about Shelley Workinger and this series go to: website | facebook | twitter | blog

*I received this book from the author for review purposes only. This in no way influenced my review. I received no compensation.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

3 Griffin Rising by Darby Karchut

Title: Griffin Rising
Author: Darby Karchut
Publisher: Twilight Times Books
Publication Date: June 28, 2011
paperback, 174 pages
ISBN: 978-1-60619-210-8

Summary: Griffin Rising is an urban fantasy about an apprentice angel and his coming of age under the tutelage of a father-like mentor. As one of the mysterious Terrae Angeli, Griffin secretly navigates life among humans while preparing for the trial-by-combat every apprentice must pass or become mortal.

This is one of those books I have a hard time writing a review for. Not because I don't like it but because I really like it. I think this book is phenomenal. Griffin Rising by Darby Karchut is the story about an angel. Griffin spends the first few years of his life mentally and physically abused by his mentor. Things change for him when he receives his new mentor, Basil. Basil is repulsed by what was done to Griffin. Not only does he have to make up for the lack of training Griffin didn't receive but he also has to find a way to get Griffin to come out of his shell.
The characters in this novel are fantastic. I especially like Basil. Basil is a middle aged angel. I love the way he used humor, patience and understanding to help Griffin. He has to build up Griffin's self esteem while also being firm but gentle at the same time. He is a great character. 
This story is told from three different points of view and journal entries. Basil encourages Griffin to write in his journal. This is a type of therapy for Griffin. Basil also keeps a journal as well as Griffin's crush, Katie. I love getting the three different perspectives on the events. Katie is a great addition to this story. She's Griffin's first crush but she doesn't believe in angels. 
Griffin Rising has themes such as perseverance, acceptance, and love. It is heartwarming and gritty mixed with humor at the same time. Darby Karchut did a wonderful job with this story. It is a quick and fascinating read. I was on the edge of my seat for most of this book. With out any spoilers, I have to tell you that I did not expect the ending. I don't think I can put into words my reaction to it. I really enjoyed this book. I think you should check out this debut novel by Darby Karchut. The next book in the series, Griffin's Fire comes out in April one 2012.

For more information on Darby Karchut check out her website | blog 

*I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair review. This in no way influenced my opinion.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

13 Giveaway!!!!

What better way to start off the week than with a giveaway! All these books have been gently read. I enjoyed reading them and now I want to pass them onto someone else. Here are the books:

The Vampire Stalker (arc)
by Allison Van Diepen
Karma (arc)
by Cathy Ostlere

Darkness Becomes
Her (hardcover)
by Kelly Keaton
Vampire Crush (arc)
A. M. Robinson
Jane (Hardcover)
by April Lindner

One person will get to pick two of the books listed above. This is limited to the US and Canada residents only. All you have to do is fill out the form below to enter. Please make sure to read my giveaway policy before entering. You must be at least 13 years old to enter.  Contest ends July 1, 2011
*Your name counts as the original entry but you have a chance to get extra entries if you want them.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

0 Sunday Confessions is going on hiatus.

Sunday Confessions will be on hiatus during the summer. Never fear SC will be back in the fall. This will give me some time to come up with some new topics. If you have any suggestions on topics you would like to see on SC, please let me know. You can contact me by email loves2read54(at)yahoo(dot)com or on twitter @2readornot2read.

3 What is Pottermore?

Have you heard? Do you know? Last week I started to notice the phrase 'pottermore' popping up here and there around the blogosphere. Then after a little investigation I found out that J.K. Rowling is expected to make an announcement next week. I went to this website and if you click on one of the owls it will take you to this countdown widget on youtube. You can also follow Pottermore on twitter. Now the question of the week is? What do you think it means? What do you think JK Rowling's announcement is going to be? Another series perhaps about the world of Harry Potter? I would love it if she wrote more on James and Lily Potter. What about you? Any thoughts or speculations? Are you excited?

2 What's Your Status?

Zakiya from Butterfly Feet Walking on Life has a fantastic meme. In this meme you post your status of the books your reading this week, books you finished this week, books you're going to read next, and books you plan on buying this week. You can also post what reviews and memes you participated in for the week. 

What I read last week:
A Courtesan's Guide to Getting Your Man by Celeste Bradley and Susan Donovan

Nerdy Thrity by Wendy Townley
Ordeal by T.K. Varenko
Darcy's Temptation: A Sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice by Regina Jeffers
Blood Moon by T Lynne Tolles
Wake Unto Me by Lisa Cache

What I'm reading now:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

What's next in my TBR pile:
The Messiah of Howard Street by Jennifer Castello
The Summer We Came to Life by Deborah Cloyed
Sunset Bridge by Emilie Richards

This is my status for this week, what's yours?

Thursday, June 16, 2011

10 Book Review: Abandon by Meg Cabot

Title: Abandon
Author: Meg Cabot
Publisher: Point
Publication Date: April 26, 2011
paperback arc, 310 pages
ISBN: 978-0-545-28410-3
Source: Once Upon A Twilight Book Tours
Available @ Amazon | B&N | Book Depository 

Summary:  Though she tries returning to the life she knew before the accident, Pierce can't help but feel at once a part of this world, and apart from it. Yet she's never alone . . . because someone is always watching her. Escape from the realm of the dead is impossible when someone there wants you back.
But now she's moved to a new town. Maybe at her new school, she can start fresh. Maybe she can stop feeling so afraid.
Only she can't. Because even here, he finds her. That's how desperately he wants her back. She knows he's no guardian angel, and his dark world isn't exactly heaven, yet she can't stay away . . . especially since he always appears when she least expects it, but exactly when she needs him most.
But if she lets herself fall any further, she may just find herself back in the one place she most fears: the Underworld.

I am fascinated by mythology. I absolutely adore Greek myths. For that reason, I was drawn to Abandon by Meg Cabot.  I was very interested in reading this modern day twist on the old Greek myth of Hades and Persephone. 
The story line focuses around Pierce Oliviera. Pierce had everything going for her until she had a near death experience. Ever since then, life has not been the same. Pierce is greatly troubled. You see when she died, she didn't see a bright light, what she saw was much more disturbing. So much so that when she's brought back, it still haunts her. Her parents are also recently divorced. Her mother decides it's time for a fresh start so she moves them to her hometown in Florida. Pierce is eager to fit in but she's plagued by past events. Not only that but it seems the small town she moved to was probably the worst place in the world for her to be. 
I thought the story line in this book was good. It flowed easily. Meg Cabot teases you with the details of Pierce's past just a bit. She doesn't give you the full details straight away but has many flashbacks to the past to slowly reveal everything that transpired. This element added suspense and mystery to the novel. It kept me reading to find out the details of Pierce's past. 
The characters in Abandon are very interesting. Pierce is the main character. She's been slightly traumatized by past events. She's trying to make an effort to be more engaged in life. She desperately wants to make her mom happy and save her friends from the evil that is out there. I like her character. Pierce is flawed in many ways and makes a lot of mistakes. She is also very compassionate and stubborn. She's being followed by death who has been chasing after her. Death's name is John. John doesn't seem like an ominous enough name for death. However there is a lot of mystery that surrounds his character. His motivation through out this story isn't very clear at first. All you know is that Pierce escaped from him and he wants her back. Meg reveals just enough of his story to keep you intrigued. This is the first book in a the Abandon Trilogy. I hope in the next book, she gives us better insight to his character.
Overall I thought this was a good book. I enjoyed the mythological aspects of this book. The storyline was fast paced and flowed easily. The characters were likable. I will definitely be reading the second book in this series. 

For more information on the author and series, check out: website | twitter | facebook

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

19 What do G.I. Joe, InStyle Magazine and Linkin Park Have in Common? Guest Post and Giveaway by Heidi Ruby Miller

What do G. I. Joe, InStyle magazine, and Linkin Park have in common? Heidi Ruby Miller used something from all of them in her new novel Ambasadora.

Though I only worked on Ambasadora for about three years, I took from influences all the way back to my childhood for the Ambasadora-verse and its characters. One that comes immediately to mind is G. I. Joe. I devoured everything Joe during the 80s and 90s, including the comic books, the animated series, and the Choose Your Own Adventure books.

Then I read Dune by Frank Herbert when I was in fifth grade and I felt like I was there on Arrakis. Luckily, I came to Dune late—it was first published in 1965—so I could snatch up the sequels one right after the other. I also bought the movies and the mini-series. When I found out one of my critique partners from the graduate program at Seton Hill—I'm talking about you, Christopher Paul Carey!—loved Dune as much as I did, plus had a degree in anthropology just like I did, it was easy to work with him to build the unique qualities of the Ambasadora world. Chris also introduced me to another incredible world-builder in Philip Jose Farmer.

Of course written stories weren't my only influences. I fell in love with Joss Whedon and the Whedonverse. I still hope for some long lost episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer to surface somewhere, preferably around season three or four, and I'm thankful Whedon was able to tie up the Firefly series with Serenity. I was also addicted to Rockne S. O'Bannon's Farscape–his characterization made the long-arching plots riveting, probably more so than the action. Much like Luc Besson.

Besson is the French writer of The Transporter and Taken and writer/director of La Femme Nikita and my all-time favorite SF movie, The Fifth Element. The Fifth Element was one of the few "shiny" SF movies coming out of the last couple of decades after Hollywood made the switch to "gritty" SF, a la Ridley Scott's Alien and the Wachowski brothers' Matrix trilogy, all of which I loved, being a Sci-Fi gal, so there are bits of that grit thrown in, too, especially from The Matrix, which reminded me of playing video games.

Female gamers have been around for a while, but are finally coming into their own with the new generation, I believe. I've had an XBOX live account from the beginning, though my gaming time has dwindled hopelessly this year since having two books come out in May. Still, there's nothing like pulling an all-nighter, cramping your thumbs and bringing on early arthritis for HALO, BioShock, or Call of Duty. The list could go on. Playing online multi-players inspired the V-side in Ambasadora—especially the word avatude because the bad attitudes really come out when people can hide behind their avatars.
Video Games_Miller

Obviously most of my influences come from popular culture, including fashion. I pour over InStyle and Glamour from cover to cover, including the ads which are an art all their own. I've cut out photos of how I thought inhabitants of my world would dress, even if I never described them in the book. I have a bulletin board which covers half of a wall in our library, and that idea board is stuffed with photos and swag that bring the worlds I write to life for me. Right now I'm using part of the board for the next book in the Ambasadora-verse while the other part is filled with the milieu for Atomic Zion, a romantic suspense novel that will also come out this year.

I also use music to create a certain mood when I write—and usually the same music over and over during the completion of a manuscript. For Ambasadora, I threw in CDs from Linkin Park, Red Hot Chili Peppers, System of a Down and Rise Against then hit random. Once I began to associate certain characters with certain groups or songs, I put those on a loop for hours, allowing them play as background to my words. And that's what it all comes down to—the words.

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