Tuesday, November 29, 2011

500 Follower Giveaway: Dystopian Pack

 This is going to be the Dystopian Pack so far it includes:
1. Divergent by Veronica Roth (This is by far one of my favorite reads of 2011. Want to know more about it. Check out my review by clicking on it.)
2. Enclave by Ann Aguirre (Another favorite of mine. Check out my review)
3. All these things I've done by Gabrielle Zevin (I haven't read this yet, but it sounds really good. I'll probably end up reading it before the end of the year.)

Again, these are the ones I have so far, but the giveaway lasts until the end of December so more books could be added. If  so I'll add them on here.

To enter use Rafflecopter below:
-This giveaway is for US followers only. (Sorry. I'll be shipping them.) (International Followers will have their own giveaway)
-Ends on December 31, 2011
-Must be a follower. :)

Waiting on Wed: Something strange and deadly by Susan Dennard

Waiting on Wed is host by Jill over at Breaking the spine. I have fun time doing this because I always end up finding some awesome books I've never heard of while I'm looking through other peoples WoWs and when I'm trying to find one that I would want to feature. My Pick this week is...

Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard
Expected Publication: July 24, 2012 from HarperTeen

There’s something strange and deadly loose in Philadelphia…

Eleanor Fitt has a lot to worry about. Her brother has gone missing, her family has fallen on hard times, and her mother is determined to marry her off to any rich young man who walks by. But this is nothing compared to what she’s just read in the newspaper—

The Dead are rising in Philadelphia.

And then, in a frightening attack, a zombie delivers a letter to Eleanor…from her brother. 

Whoever is controlling the Dead army has taken her brother as well. If Eleanor is going to find him, she’ll have to venture into the lab of the notorious Spirit-Hunters, who protect the city from supernatural forces. But as Eleanor spends more time with the Spirit-Hunters, including their maddeningly stubborn yet handsome inventor, Daniel, the situation becomes dire. And now, not only is her reputation on the line, but her very life may hang in the balance.

Why I chose it:
Did you see the cover? If that isn't enough reason it seems like it has a little bit of everything in it paranormal, some steampunk, historical, and more.

Twilight: Taylor on Jay Leno

I think this was probably a re-run, but I still went ahead and taped it because I love my little werewolf.
I want that magazine he shows. :)

Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my TBR list for Winter

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the girls over at The Broke and the bookish.

1. Matched by Allie Condie
2. Across the universe by Beth Reavis
3. Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton
4. From Dead to Curse by Katie Alender (I love the first book)
5. Original Sin by Lisa D. (I loved the first book so I need to read the secon soon)
6. Delirium by Lauren Oliver (I read the first half and never finished so I need to)
7. Ten miles past normal by Frances O. (I keep picking this up and reading small pieces at a time so I need to just finish it)
8. Shatter Me by T (I don't have yet but I'm dying to read before the end of the year)
9. Wildefire by karsten knight (I read the first half on my computer and need to buy the book and read the rest)
10. Anna and the french kiss by Stephanie Perkins.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Bookaholics Anonymous 500 follower Giveaway

YEA! I've hit 500 followers so I'm going to do my first official followers giveaway. It's going to happen the whole month of December. What better way to celebrate the holidays too. It also means that I could totally add more books to the stashes I have going!

Here is what I'm thinking:
Click each pack to be taken to the giveaway page for the particular one.
1. Dystopian Pack (Enclave, All these things I've done, divergent, more will probably be added)
2. Ashley's Favorite Reads Pack (Bad girls don't die, Beautiful Creatures, the body finder and more)
3.International Giveaway (One or 2 Books from the Book Depository) (International Followers)
4. Anthology Pack (vacations from hell, prom nights from hell and more)
5. And possibly 2011 Debuts pack (Falling Under, Iron Witch, and more maybe)

and I'm still contemplating on some other things. I will be adding some bookmarks and other little things with the packs because I have a collection going ,and I don't need a billion of one thing so I will share the swag wealth.

So this is what I have going on right now. This will be my official giveaway page, but come back on Dec 1st for more in depth details.


Saturday, November 26, 2011

Book Review: Deadly Cool by Gemma Halliday

AUTHOR: Gemma Halliday
PUBLISHED: October 1, 2011
PAGES: 320
SERIES/STAND ALONE: Series (Social Suicide Book #2)
SOURCE: Me, Myshelf and I Arc Tour

Hartley Grace Featherstone is having a very bad day. First she finds out that her boyfriend is cheating on her with the president of the Herbert Hoover High School Chastity Club. Then he's pegged as the #1 suspect in a murder. And if that weren't enough, now he's depending on Hartley to clear his name. Seriously? Not cool.

But as much as Hartley wouldn't mind seeing him squirm, she knows he's innocent, and she's the only one who can help him. Along with her best friend, Sam, and the school's resident Bad Boy, Chase, Hartley starts investigating on her own. But as the dead bodies begin to pile up, the mystery deepens, the suspects multiply, and Hartley begins to fear that she may be the killer's next victim.

My thoughts:
First off the cover it's pretty simple yet it says a lot about the story. Especially, the wording as I was looking at the cover more it dawned on me exactly what it was, and it made me laugh. I can't go into detail because of the story itself, but I had to laugh a little at it. Still, I love it and the eyes on the girl. I would love to have bright blue eyes like that.

The story follows Hartley, a girl who just found out her boyfriend was cheating on her with a color guard girl, and when Hartley goes to confront him she gets way more than she bargains for. A dead girl, a boyfriend...err...ex-boyfriend who's a suspect, a mysterious  guy, a killer on the loose, and the drama of high school. Sound interesting?  Actually, for the most part it was a fun read to try and figure out who the killer was, and I have to admit it took me some time to get an idea of who the killer was. After awhile it made sense. I did enjoy the mystery though so it wasn't all bad. The characters were okay. I didn't hate them, but I didn't love them. I think Chase and the best friend were my favorite ones. I don't think I would have been to keen on helping an ex-boyfriend like Hartley was though.

All in all I'm curious to see where the next book goes.

In my mailbox (44)

In my mailbox is hosted by Kristi of the story siren.

I haven't done a IMM in about 2 weeks so here's what I have gotten the past 2 weeks. No video this week because I'm not at my former home where my video cam is.

Harbinger by Sara Wilson Ettiene (2012 Debut) (From Author) (I'm totally excited for this)
Hexbound By Chloe Neil (from Alyssa at Readers Refuge)

The Scoprio Races by Maggie S. with a bracelet (Amber at Me, Myshelf, and I)
The First 4 books in the Soul Screamers series by Rachel Vincent (Ashley at What's your story)
Swag- Hex hall tshirt (Mission to read)
Audition bookmarks-signed (mission to read)
Shift and Shade bookamrks signed(mission to read)
On the fringe postcard and bookmark (mission tor read)
Monarch bookmark (mission to read)
forgive my fins bookmark (mission to read)
a few other bookmarks(mission to read)
firelight sticker and tattoo (mission to read)
and a sample booklet (Mission to read)

Dead is just a rumor by Marlene Perez
The power of six by Pitacus Lorre
Enclave by Ann Aguire (I bought this to put in my giveaway)
White Cat by Holly Black (I have it in paperback but I wanted the pretty hardcover so if anyone wants the PB lemme know. It's condition is eh. so yeah)

Firelight bookmarks from Sophie Jordan
Firelight Postcards from Sophie Jordan
Vanish Postcards from Sophie Jordan
(Note: These will be used for giveaways, and for my secret santas. I have tons)
a doll and a thing you can put around your neck that says Harbinger 2012 on it (I wear it all the time)(From author)

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Follow Friday (54) Thankful

Question: It's Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. so we want to know what you are Thankful for - blogging related of course! Who has helped you out along the way? What books are you thankful for reading?

Oh goodness! I'll have to say the book blogging community alone has done an awesome job of helpinbg me out along the way. I mean without them I would be lost for sure. I'd be a deer in the headlights. I mean sure you go into a bookstore (or walmart even) and see these books on the shelves, but how are you suppose to know what any of them are about or if they're any good? Well thanks to you all I can usually pick out really good books (Sometimes even before they're out).

A few people I really look up to for books (and even when my life is a crazy mess)
Lan at The Write Obsession
You guys have no idea how much I appreciate the convos we've had through emails and txts.
Books I'm thankful for reading
Enclave and Divergent really helped me in the dystopian department.
Twilight and it's sequels for getting me to read and showing me that I can enjoy reading. (Without you I would not be Vampire Academy obsessed)
and I'm sure there are tons more, but I can't think.

What are you thankful for?

Book Review: My Not So Still Life by Liz Gallagher

AUTHOR: Liz Gallagher
PUBLISHED: May 10,2011
PUBLISHER: Wendy lamb Books
PAGES: 192
SOURCE: Bought

Vanessa is wise beyond her years. She's never really fit in at school, where all the kids act and dress the same. She's an artist who expresses her talent in the wacky colors she dyes her hair, her makeup and clothes. She's working on her biggest art project, and counting the days until she's grown up and can really start living. That adult world seems closer when Vanessa gets her dream job at the art supply store, Palette, where she worships the couple who runs it, Oscar and Maye. And she's drawn to a mysterious guy named James, who leads her into new, sometimes risky situations. Is she ready for this world, or not?

My thoughts:
This is basically a story of how Vanessa learns that growing up to fast may not always be the best thing, and just being who you are is sometimes the best feeling you can have.

I can't say that I got to much out of this story. I wasn't really interested in the characters, or what was going on with them. If I'm going to love a story I have to be able to love the characters as well, and not just the story. If that doesn't happen then the story better be full of awesomeness. At times I thought Vanessa was kind of rude (especially to her friends). I mean your going to ignore or put down friends you have had for ever after just meeting these people who you claim are awesome and understand you better. I don't know I just felt bad for her friends I guess.

The one thing that I did enjoy was the artistic part of the book. I love reading about art, but that's as far as it goes. I suck at art, but occasionally I'll try drawing or something. After reading books that contain art or the characters that do art I'm like I want to draw. I want to be able to show my creative side. (That never happens)

I know this is really short, and not to helpful. Sometimes you get that one book that just doesn't work. It's not to say it won't work for you though. :)

I'm back with a guest post over at Alison Can Read

Yea, I'm back I took over my moms computer. :) It really sucks when you're use to having internet all the time, and then you go a week with at it. I thought I was going to go nuts. Now I'm back so I'll try to get up some of the reviews that I was able to get done.

Also, I have a guest post over at Alison Can Read for her Twilight Month here
I will be back later on.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

if you dont see me

this post is going to be short because im typing from my kindle which is a little difficult but im just letting you know i havent disappeared. my computer is in the i dont want to work mode so im trying to fix it. its really frustrating. on the upside im able to write some reviews and hopefully post when i get everything figured out. im still able to check messages and my email from my phone and kindle.

did i mention the holidays always bring out the worse anxiety in me. anyways thats all for now happy reading and blogging 

Friday, November 18, 2011

Cover Reveal for Battle Scars

This is the second book in the Elemental Series.
Are these covers not beautiful?
Add to your list on goodreads

How do you carry on fighting for your family when you’re left scarred and broken? When your dreams are plagued by nightmares, how do you strengthen the armor needed to protect yourself again? Callie’s been defeated by the loss of her entire family. With the help of old and new friends, will she build her battle armor up and fight the evil hands of the Demons who threaten to destroy her new home? Or will her battle scars leave her too broken and empty to fight?

Sorry this was a little late coming I've been at the hospital all day.

Follow Friday (53)


Question: Letter to Santa: Tell Santa what books you want for Christmas!
This is coming a little late from me because I just got back from being in a theatre watching every twilight movie (5pm til 2am) Breaking Dawn was awesome guys! Anyways, I'd have to say
1. Shatter Me
2. Wolfsbane
3. Wildefire
4. Supernaturally
5. Unearthly
I know there are more, but my brain is tired so I'm about to crash.

What have I done this week.
Discussion: Review Overload!
Review: Anna Dressed in blood
Waiting on wed
Top Ten tuesday

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Discussion: Review Overload?!

I haven't had a discussion on here in awhile so I figured now would be a good time. This is going to be a two part question. First question is this: How do you review? That's pretty plain and simple right? I'm talking how do you write your reviews, do you always write them the same way, so on and so forth. Do you change it up every once and awhile just for fun? To give you a little bit of what I'm talking about here I'll try to explain what I do when it comes time to write a review. I'm the type of person who can't stick to a guideline.  I hate trying to stick to one thing because for me it NEVER works. I've tried many different ways to write reviews, but when it comes right down to it I just type whatever I feel. I've tried listing things (The Body Finder), (Enclave). Video form (Hate list), (Hunger)  Categorizing by this I mean putting Plot, Characters, overview,and so on: (Only the good Spy young), (Sean Griswolds Head), but in the end I'm just good if I get anything written. I think if I were to write them like right after I finish I'd be okay, and that's usually what I try to do, but lately it's harder for me.

Second question is this: What do you do when you get behind on reviews, or do you ever get behind on reviews?
I will admit I have been horrible at it lately. (scurries away to hide) I feel like I have gotten so far behind that I won't be able to catch up, and I really want to be able to. I want these books that I've read to be available on my site. To show others that I did enjoy the books (or didn't in some cases) As of right now I feel like the poor person in the picture above. :( I'm stuck in a sea of un-reviewed books. I know this post will probably be taken a few ways: 1.) I read them, but don't review them 2.) I suck at reviewing. 3.) Maybe I don't really

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Book Review: Anna dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake

AUTHOR: Kendare Blake
PUBLISHED: August 30,2011
PAGES: 316
SOURCE: Won from Rachel at PaperCuts
CHALLENGES: 2011 Debut

Cas Lowood has inherited an unusual vocation: He kills the dead.
So did his father before him, until he was gruesomely murdered by a ghost he sought to kill. Now, armed with his father's mysterious and deadly athame, Cas travels the country with his kitchen-witch mother and their spirit-sniffing cat. Together they follow legends and local lore, trying to keep up with the murderous dead—keeping pesky things like the future and friends at bay.
When they arrive in a new town in search of a ghost the locals call Anna Dressed in Blood, Cas doesn't expect anything outside of the ordinary: track, hunt, kill. What he finds instead is a girl entangled in curses and rage, a ghost like he's never faced before. She still wears the dress she wore on the day of her brutal murder in 1958: once white, now stained red and dripping with blood. Since her death, Anna has killed any and every person who has dared to step into the deserted Victorian she used to call home.
But she, for whatever reason, spares Cas's life.

First off, I have to say complete and total cover love. I absolutely love this cover and it represents the book perfectly. I've always been interested in ghosts, and stories about them. Whether they're real stories or made up.  So it's no surprise that I would come to love Anna Dressed in Blood. When you first read the synopsis you're thinking (or I was thinking) this is going to be a gory, dark, horror/thriller driven book. I mean with Cas going around killing ghosts. You know people who are suppose to be ALREADY dead? How can it not be a horror story, or a thriller? You never know what might pop out at you.

Kendare Blakes
writing is to die for. (I know, I know I couldn't help myself) I love how descriptive she was with the ghosts, and Anna (and her dripping blood red dress). I fell in love. I know it's kind of hard to imagine falling in love with a book like this because it definitely did not hold anything back. When someone died a horrible death it described it perfectly. I'm not sure how I would know what a perfect horrible death is, but it read well. When an author can make you look over your shoulders while your reading that is a sign of awesome writing in my opinion. I kid you not I was sitting in my moms apartment building parking lot at like 10:30pm (I was waiting on my brother) and I started reading this, and I maybe got a chapter read and quit because I kept hearing things and looking in my backseat. Can we say chicken? (There's a shed and an old camper sitting  across the way which made it worse.) I loved the way it made a complete 180 or is 360? Anyways, I like how it went from one thing to something else. I was like okay this is not what I was expecting, but it worked for me. I like being completely wrong about things it makes it that much more fun to read.

 I loved pretty much each character: Anna, Carmel, Cas, Thomas, even the cat Tybalt.  I enjoyed how one of the main characters was a teenage boy named Cas. That's not something you see very often in YA. There were parts when I was like just stop being an ass and let people help you, make friends, be a teenager, but then I can see why he acted the way he did. I guess moving and killing ghosts isn't easy on the friend and life department. Anna, oh Anna dressed in blood. I think she was my favorite out of all of them. Despite her ghostly-ness she seemed more real then some of the others. We got to learn more about her and what made her the way she was. She just had this sadness to her. I wanted to be able to help her. Thomas was the geeky boy that quickly attached himself to Cas. You always have to have that sidekick, and he was one that enjoyed reading about.Then there was Carmel, the queen bee, at the high school yet she seemed down to earth. Then of course you have the jocks, but I won't bore you with them. :) Tybalt was Cas' moms cat. This cat reminds me of mine. This one hated pretty much everyone but the mom, and mine is the same way she hates everyone but me. Cats are so picky! it's weird though because this cat could sense when a ghost was around and he's stare off into space or do other weird things, and I'm like my cat does the same creepy stuff. Does that mean I have a ghost?

-I don't like the idea of you using these girls all the time. (Cas' mom)
You make it sound so dirty (Cas)

-Completely, She's bruce lee, the hulk, and Neo from The matrix all rolled into one. (Cas)
Yes, thank you for the entirely incomprehensible pop-culture reference. (Gideon)

-Yes, smashing you'll be just like those four chaps in the movie. You know the one, with the over-sized marshmallow. (Gideon)
-You've got to be kidding me. (Cas)

I can't wait for Girl of Nightmares (Anna #2) and it doesn't come out until next August.

Waiting on Wed: Don't Breathe A Word

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted at Breaking the spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Okay, so I'm trying to stay with the theme of contemporary Month. My pick this week I is Don't breathe a word.
Don't breathe a word by Holly Cupala
Expected Publication: January 3, 2012
Joy Delamere is suffocating...

From asthma, which has nearly claimed her life. From her parents, who will do anything to keep that from happening. From dangerous Asher, who is smothering her from the inside out.

Joy can take her cruel words until the night they go too far.

Now, Joy will leave everything behind to find the one who has offered his help, a homeless boy called Creed. She will become someone else. She will learn to survive. She will breathe…if only she can get to Creed before it’s too late.

Set against the gritty backdrop of Seattle’s streets and a cast of characters with secrets of their own, Holly Cupala’s powerful new novel explores the hurt of bullying, the meaning of family, and how far a girl will go to discover her own strength.

Why I chose it:
I really don't know it just sounds intriguing and it sounds like it could make you stop and think. I know I usually have better reasons why, but sometimes you don't have reasons. It's just that it has that something that catches your attention. I haven't read anything by this author yet, but I do have a few books.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

November 15: Top Ten Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Have Been On My Shelf FOREVER

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created  at The Broke and the Bookish.

Occasionally I'll get the urge to make a list of whatever it is they're featuring that particular week, and if I think I can make it to ten then I'll use go for it.
This weeks list is "Top Ten Books That Have Been On My Shelf For The Longest But I've Never Read." I know for a fact that I can do this one. Hell, I could make a top 20 list, but I'll stick to ten. :) If I did this with exactly the books I have had on my shelf the longest none of them would be YA. This is because when I started reading I read (or tried to read more Mystery like Mary Higgins Clark)
 So for this list I will do half and half. Half will be YA and the other well non-YA. :)

Sunday, November 13, 2011

In my mailbox (43)

This is In my mailbox hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren

Sorry about the music I was in a Linkin Park mood.

The Guardian by Sherrilyn Kenyon (Thanks Macmillian)

Glow by Amy Kathleen Ryan (Won From Anna at Irish Banana Reviews)
Eyes like Mirrors by Julia Mayer (Won from Hannah at Literary Explorations)
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (Won from Jen at Almost Grown Up Sorry I totally said all grown up on my video)
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake (Won from Rachel at Paper Cuts)

A Handful of Post Cards of Hunted from D.J DeSmyter

How to save a life by Sarah Zarr
Defiance by Lili St Crow
In the forests of the night by Kersten Hamilton
The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
Scored by Lauren Mclaughlin
Fire by Kristin Cashore

Settling by Shelley Workinger

Another thing I was going to send out Shades of Gray to somebody for RAK because I noticed it was on their wishlist and I forgot to write it down. So I have a copy of that for anyone who reads this and lives in the US and wants to read the book or has it on the RAK wishlist. First come though. :)

P.s- Oh, and I went to the movies tonight with a guy from work. (This sounds like it doesn't matter, but trust me it was a BIG deal for me. I rarely if at all go out with anyone. I'm a little anti-social.) Anyways, they had Breaking Dawn cups as the large drinks (See picture above. The New Moon was from when that movie came out) and I was like OMG. (I didn't say it but I was thinking it) He knew that I liked Twilight because my co-workers and I keep talking about going to the marathon Thursday. So he ended up getting the drinks (I'm sure he was thirsty too)  So I got a cup. Actually two cups because he's like if you want mine you can have it also. Then when he dropped me off, and I forgot the other one he txt me and is like I forgot to give you mine. Aww! Okay I'm done.

November is Contemporary Month

Just Contemporary
Hosted by Ashley at Books from Bleh to Basically Amazing
It took a bit to decide that I wanted to do this for November because I'm usually more on the side of Paranormal, but I think maybe this month is a good time to take a step back from that scene, and try some contemporary books. While I have quite a bit of contemp books on my shelf I read very few of them. I feel bad about it to because the ones I have actually read I've loved them. Raw Blue, Identical, The Day Before, and I'm sure there's more, but for now that's all I got. (all which I have reviews for) Starting tomorrow (after I finish Anna dressed in blood) I will begin my journey through contemporary books for this month. I have my stack sitting here on my desk so we will see how far I long I can get. If you have any suggestions as to where I should start tomorrow let me know. (It also depends on what I have on my shelf) I'm pretty sure Where She Went will be first.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Book Review: Raw Blue by Kirsty Eagar

AUTHOR: Kirsty Eagar
PUBLISHED: June 29th 2009
PUBLISHER: Penguin Books Australia
PAGES: 274
SOURCE: Lan from The Write Obsession sent me a copy. Thanks

Carly has dropped out of uni to spend her days surfing and her nights working as a cook in a Manly café. Surfing is the one thing she loves doing … and the only thing that helps her stop thinking about what happened two years ago at schoolies week.

And then Carly meets Ryan, a local at the break, fresh out of jail. When Ryan learns the truth, Carly has to decide. Will she let the past bury her? Or can she let go of her anger and shame, and find the courage to be happy?

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Follow Friday (52)

Question: In light of 11.11.11 and Veteran's Day tell us about your favorite solider and how he or she is saving the world. Fictional or real life.

Wow, This one has definitely got me stumped to the point where I wasn't going to do it, but then I thought some more. While I don't really know very many Veteran's personally I do get to interact with them where I work (Cvs Pharmacy. I fill scripts.) I'm able to talk to them and hear the stories some, and these people are usually the sweetest  people. Sometimes that have no one else to talk to. I know I may complain a whole bunch about my job, but really I know that I'm helping these people live a little better by trying to help them live longer and healthy lives. Our pharmacy is right by a base sort of so we get all types of soldiers coming in. As for the fictional part I would think that any of the Dystopian books where the characters rebel against the goverment are pretty brave. I just finished reading Legend and really enjoyed Day and June's stories. When it comes I highly recommend it. I'll probably get around to a review.

Book Shelf Tour: Swimming in a sea of books

Of course I'm not actually swimming in a sea of books that would be quite difficult and maybe a little uncomfortable, unless of course they're those soft children cloth books. You know the ones I'm talking about? My grandma use to have a few at her house when we were growing up. You could throw them at each other and not get hurt, but I would never do such a thing.

I felt like it was time to do a little book remodel. I had all my books stacked on my black bookcase to where you couldn't see what was behind so I decided to "remodel them" put them on my desk and tv stand. Give them space to breathe. It's probably not fun being all bunched together.

Enjoy watching me walk my way through the shelves, and you can totally ignore my odd noises I make while I'm narrating. It's a nervous habit I guess.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Covers Revealed: High on Y...A that is!

Guess what time it is? That's right I've collected more awesome book covers that have been revealed in the past month or two (maybe 3 I can never remember) Sorry if you've already seen them, but I like to do a post with more then just one that way we can love them all at once. :)

To learn what series they belong to just hover over the picture. :) Along with that I added my own little thoughts. I can be clever when I want. :)

I hope in doing this I'm able to bring you some covers you may have not seen.

What did you all think of these covers? I just noticed that almost all these have a similar color theme to them (except for dreamless) I have to admit I love pretty much everyone of them. I'm glad that most of them also stick with the original book cover look (they look similar to their first and second books)
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