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I’m new to the blogosphere and am focusing on book reviews. I just have to say I love the setup of your page it is beautiful.
Thanks so much!
You guys have such an awesome blog! Definitely following!
Such a beautiful blog! Take some time check out mine please! I’m new to blogging. ^_^
We nominated you!
-Antonia and Amanda
I love all your reviews, but when I go to find the books at my library, none of them are there! Do you get advanced reader copies to review or something?
Hi Ciera! First off, thanks for following. We do get some ARCs, but most of our books come from the authors themselves. If you have a review blog, try contacting some indie authors. They are very friendly and always looking for reviews!
Thank you for the follow! I look forward to your recs for new reads. Because my to-read list is definitely not long enough. . . .
Hi Heather, Next month I will be releasing, The Lure of Shapinsay. (See two reviews on goodreads) I am looking for more reviewers. Are you interested in reading and reviewing this paranormal romance about a feisty Scottish woman and a selkie. Cover is coming within the next two weeks
Have given you an award!
you can check it out on http://nehasbookshelf.blogspot.com/2011/08/blog-award.html
This is for blogs which have less than 200 followers.
I love you header. I have that protective covering on my iPad and it is the Wallpaper too. Welcome to the community.
I just wanted to say that I really like you blog. Thank you for giving me the link! 🙂
Hey! Thanks for following my posts 🙂 Have you read Lisa McMann’s “Wake”?
not yet, you can check out some of my reviews at http://www.nightlyreading.wordpress.com
Is wake good??? I am currently reading PS, I ove you. Then, I am going to finish reading City of Bones.
It’s interesting! You should give it a read. Also, if you’re loving the YA voice Carolyn Mackler’s The Earth, My Butt and Other Big Round Things, and John Green’s Will Grayson, Will Grayson take the cake for me. Cheers*
The whole WAKE trilogy is pretty good. As often happens with trilogies, the last one somewhat disappointed me. Still, the idea of being able to see into the dreams of those around you is an interesting idea. And McMann explores some serious issues such as abuse in the series too that gives the books depth.
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