Sunday, October 31, 2010

Nevermore by Kelly Creagh

Title: Nevermore
Author: Kelly Creagh
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Release Date: August 31, 2010
Source: Purchased
Buy the Book: Amazon / Book Depository / Indigo
Cheerleader Isobel Lanley is horrified when she is paired with Varen Nethers for an English project, which is due--so unfair--on the day of the rival game. Cold and aloof, sardonic and sharp-tongued, Varen makes it clear he’d rather not have anything to do with her either. But when Isobel discovers strange writing in his journal, she can’t help but give this enigmatic boy with piercing eyes another look.

Soon, Isobel finds herself making excuses to be with Varen. Steadily pulled away from her friends and her possessive boyfriend, Isobel ventures deeper and deeper into the dream world Varen has created through the pages of his notebook, a realm where the terrifying stories of Edgar Allan Poe come to life.

As her world begins to unravel around her, Isobel discovers that dreams, like words, hold more power than she ever imagined and that the most frightening realities are those of the mind. Now she must find a way to reach Varen before he is consumed by the shadows of his own nightmares.

His life depends on it.

Nevermore is a long book, but it’s not a long book that drags on. Despite the 500+ pages I found myself not wanting to put the book even if I knew reading it in one sitting would prove somewhat difficult to do. This was such a great read, one that enjoyed a whole lot more than I originally thought I would. The story was absolutely amazing and I just loved how Edgar Allan Poe’s works and life are incorporated in the story. Nevermore is actually really hard to describe and I don’t want to to ruin it for those who haven’t read it.

Isobel Lanley is your typical high school cheerleader who seems to have it all. That is until she is paired with Varen Nethers for an English project due on the day of Halloween--and of the big football game. When she starts spending more time with Varen, Isobel finds herself discovering a whole new world and weird things start happening all around. Not only that but Isobel’s life completely changes. Her old friends leave her behind but she finds new ones in unexpected places. And lest expected of all, she falls for Varen without even understanding how it could have happened. Things reach a whole new level on the night of Halloween when Isobel ends up in a whole other world trying to save Varen from being trapped there eternally.

I’ll be honest, Isobel’s attitude got on my nerves at first but as the story moved forward my feelings for her changed. The more she got away from her cheerleader, football and popular friends the more I liked her. I also liked that she wasn’t completely accepting of the the paranormal world that was opening itself up to her. But my favorite part of Isobel was just seeing the change happen in her. There was really a visible evolution in her and one that I really liked seeing. Isobel went from being your typical high school cheerleader to being someone who cared about something other than football and tumbling passes. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against cheerleaders, but they are often so stereotyped in books. It was really nice seeing Isobel break out of that stereotype.

I’ll admit, Varen was kind of creepy at first. But he grew on me, like they always tend to do. I wish that we got to find out more about him but the focus seemed to be mostly on Isobel and how she pictured him. Varen is a hard character to describe. He seems all dark, mysterious and brooding but once you scratch the surface you see there is a lot more to him than that. In the end he turns out to be a great guy, the only thing that bugged me was that he was trying to push Isobel away towards the end of the book. I get that it was to protect her and I love him for that but I just felt bad for Isobel. I liked Varen, I just want to find out more about him. But I guess I have to wait for book two for that.

The story itself was really intriguing. I liked all the elements about Edgar Allan Poe’s works and life being included in the story, it really made different from the other books I’ve read recently. It was also quite refreshing to read a book that was narrated in the third person. I couldn’t even remember what was the last book I read that was like that, so it was a nice change of pace. As good as the story, I have to admit that I found it a little slow paced at first. It took me a while to get into the story but once I did I was having trouble putting the book down.

Nevermore was a great read and I’m happy I gave it a shot. There were so many things I liked about it and there are other parts of the story that I wish were more developed. There is a book two on the way so hopefully all of that will get resolved there.

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Book Blogger Hop (17) & Follow Friday (9)

It's Friday so it means it's time for the Book Blogger Hop and Follow Friday!

Book Blogger Hop

First off, the Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Jennifer of Crazy-for-Books. It is a way for all the book bloggers out there to get together and find out about each other's blogs. I've found a lot of great blogs and bloggers through this hop and it's always fun to take part in each week.



This is probably going to be quite similar to a lot of answers but I would love to have one room in my house entirely dedicated to books. My parents sort of have that in the sense that half of one room is covered in bookshelves but now that I'm a student living away from home it's not going to happen any time soon. But you can be sure that one day I will have my own personal library, after all I will need somewhere to put all the books I'll have accumulated over the years.

The Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee's View each week. It works a lot like the Book Blogger Hop except that it's only on Fridays. I haven't been taking part in this hop as long but I've found a lot of great new blogs through this one too.



This is a pretty hard question to answer, mostly because I'm 19 and not really thinking about kids just yet. If I were to have a daughter in the future, I would definitely want her to read Sarah Dessen's books just because they often have such a great message and they are books that I have absolutely loved. I would probably give her to read a lot of my favorite books just so she could have the pleasure of discovering them too. Other than that there are a few French books that my own mother gave me to read that are quite good for teenage girls. They deal with topics that sometimes can't be explained by parents and this author does a really good job of explaining it all through her narrators. Other than that there are some classics that she of course wouldn't be allowed to miss out on. Now that I think about it, I should start making a list that way I will be ready for the future.

I mentioned last week that I would be meeting Lesley Livingston. Well I did and it was pretty much awesome. She is a great person and you can find out more about the evening here. The past couple of weeks I seemed to have been in a bit of a reading slump but things have gotten back on track. I finished Linger this week and it was pretty much amazing so expect a review coming soon. Also you have until the end of the weekend to enter my 150 Follower Giveaway. If you haven't already entered, go check it out here.

That's it for this week!

Enjoy your weekends!

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Waiting On Wednesday (12)

It's Wednesday again and that means it's time for another Waiting On Wednesday post. For those of you that don't know, Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill of Breaking the Spine where book bloggers devote a post to an upcoming book release they are particularly looking forward to reading.


Forever by Maggie Stiefvater

In Maggie Stiefvater's SHIVER, Grace and Sam found each other. In LINGER, they fought to be together. Now, in FOREVER, the stakes are even higher than before. Wolves are being hunted. Lives are being threatened. And love is harder and harder to hold on to as death comes closing in.

I just finished Linger last night so now I'm really excited for Forever. I can't wait to find out what happens next to Sam, Grace, Isabel and Cole and see how it all ends. I don't know if I'll be able to wait that long.

Forever by Maggie Stiefvater will be published July 12, 2011 by Scholastic Press.

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

It's Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han

Title: It's Not Summer Without You (Summer #2)
Author: Jenny Han
Publisher: Simon & Schuster BFYR
Release Date: April 27, 2010
Source: Purchased
Buy the Book: Amazon / Book Depository / Indigo
Can summer be truly summer without Cousins Beach?

It used to be that Belly counted the days until summer, until she was back at Cousins Beach with Conrad and Jeremiah. But not this year. Not after Susannah got sick again and Conrad stopped caring. Everything that was right and good has fallen apart, leaving Belly wishing summer would never come.

But when Jeremiah calls saying Conrad has disappeared, Belly knows what she must do to make things right again. And it can only happen back at the beach house, the three of them together, the way things used to be. If this summer really and truly is the last summer, it should end the way it all started--at Cousins Beach.

A couple of months ago I read The Summer I Turned Pretty since it was summer and it was a good summer read. Now I decided to read It’s Not Summer Without You to trick myself into thinking it was summer again, especially since it’s been cold and rainy lately. It did a pretty good job of convincing me it was summer since it had me completely engrossed in the story. It was a good read and put a good end to the story that had started in the first book.

As far as she can remember, Belly has always gone to Cousins Beach for the summer. It’s what she looks forward to the whole year, just being able to spend time with Susannah, Conrad and Jeremiah. But this year everything is different: Susannah’s gone, everyone is grieving and no one is going to Cousins for the summer. So when Jeremiah calls asking for her help to find Conrad, Belly doesn’t hesitate one second and soon enough she finds herself back in Cousins with Conrad and Jeremiah for one last summer together.

I think I like Belly better this time around. She didn’t come off quite as whiny but there were still some moments where I just wanted to yell at her to get a grip and move on. On some points I was pretty much agreeing with her best friend Taylor, though not always. I was happy to see that as the story moved forward she came to terms with everything happening in her life and finally made the decisions I was waiting for her to make. She finally decided who of Conrad and Jeremiah she wanted to be with, and I have to admit I was really happy with her choice.

Jeremiah was my favorite when I read the first book and he just grew on me even more. I just love him and again I was totally rooting for him to end up with Belly in the end. There’s just something about him that you can’t help but love. He’s so easy going and always happy and his happiness is contagious. As for Conrad he was still his moody somewhat irritating self. I’m never completely sure what Belly sees in him. The guy has his moments but three quarters of the time he’s a moody jerk. But I like already said I’m was way happy with Belly’s final choice.

The story was nothing impressive but it was a good light read after reading some books that have a slightly heavier subject matter. I liked this story better than the one in The Summer I Turned Pretty. I’m not entirely sure why but I liked this one better. Maybe it was because everything wasn’t as light and happy as the first book but this one had something more to it. It was all about grief and letting go of the past, even if that past is difficult to let go of.

It’s Not Summer Without You was a good read and a great way to escape back to summer. It wasn’t anything exceptional but it was entertaining all the same and a great conclusion to a great story.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Lesley Livingston Event Recap

This week the Ottawa Public Library is having its first ever Teen Author Week. Because it happens to be at the same time as the Ottawa Writers' Festival, there are a lot of great YA authors that are participating. Last night I went to one of their events where I had the opportunity of meeting Lesley Livingston, the lovely author of Wondrous Strange, Darklight and upcoming Tempestuous (by the way if anyone wants to hook me up with a copy I would be eternally grateful).

The event was taking place in the auditorium of the main branch of the library. It was scheduled to start at 6:30 and I arrived at about 6:15. There weren't that many people yet but as it got closer to starting more and more people started showing up. Lesley herself arrived and she was really friendly talking to everyone. She seemed really happy and excited to be there which only made things that much better.

When things started off, Lesley talked about Wondrous Strange and Darklight, telling those who hadn't read the books what the story was generally about. She talked a lot more about the first book, just because she didn't want to give anything away from Darklight in case some of the people who were there hadn't read it yet. She also had an ARC of Tempestuous with had many people thinking about tackling her to get their hands on the book.

After that, Lesley read an excerpt from Darklight. The reading was really great. Also being an actress, Lesley had a different voice for each of the characters, something I had never really thought about when I was reading the book. It's really different to hear the story being read out loud than it is to just be reading it for yourself. She read from the beginning of the book, the scene where Kelley is in Central Park rehearsing her lines and she is "attacked" by what she then thought was a mugger.

After some begging on our part, Lesley gave in and read us an excerpt from the beginning of Tempestuous. At that point everyone was really quiet and listening closely to what was being read. The scene was just about Sonny being in the New York subway. She stopped before the end of the chapter but just to tease us she told us that last sentence of that chapter completely out of context. Essentially it was something about Sonny not expecting to die in a certain way or something along those lines. That had the effect of getting everyone really quiet for a second and then everyone saying there is no way Sonny could die.

Lesley also talked about two upcoming projects, one a stand alone title and the other another series she says those who loved Wondrous Strange will also love. After that she started taking questions. There weren't that many questions asked but the few that were turned out to be quite interesting. I asked her about whether there was some kind of agreement as to the organization of the Faerie world. I have been confused about that but I now have an answer! Basically there isn't. During this time she also had a lot of great stories to tell. If you ever want to meet the actual real life Sonny, just go to the Hudson Hotel in New York City and ask for Sonny at the front desk.

The second part of the event was three local teenage bands each playing a set. While the first band was setting up. Lesley offered to sign books, and I of course hurried to get mine signed. I talked to her while she was signing my book and asked if I could take a picture with her which she accepted. This was also the time that everyone was trying to get away with grabbing Tempestuous but no one was really serious about it. While some of the bands were playing, I talked to Lesley some more. She is really fun and a really great person to talk to.

I had a really enjoyable evening and I really hope I get to meet Lesley again in the future!

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Book Blogger Hop (16) & Follow Friday (8)

It's Friday so it means it's time for the Book Blogger Hop and Follow Friday!

Book Blogger Hop

First off, the Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Jennifer of Crazy-for-Books. It is a way for all the book bloggers out there to get together and find out about each other's blogs. I've found a lot of great blogs and bloggers through this hop and it's always fun to take part in each week.



I mostly read on my bed because it's nice and cosy. I sometimes read on the couch but that all depends on what my roommates are doing. As for reading in the garden, I don't have much of a garden and even if I did, it is way to cold to even think about reading there.

The Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee's View each week. It works a lot like the Book Blogger Hop except that it's only on Fridays. I haven't been taking part in this hop as long but I've found a lot of great new blogs through this one too.



Right now I've finally gotten around to reading Linger by Maggie Stiefvater. I absolutely loved Shiver and this one has been sitting on my shelf for the longest time and now I'm reading it. I'm just a little over 100 pages in but so far I'm loving it and can't wait to see what's coming next in the book.

Last weekend I participated in Young Adult Books Reviewed's Halloween Read-A-Thona and it was a lot of fun. I didn't end up reading as many books as I would have liked but I did manage to finish Beautiful Darkness (you can see my review here) and The Iron Daughter (review coming soon!) and get started on Linger. It was a lot of fun and it happened to fall right when I didn't have any assignments to hand in so it worked out perfectly!

Unless anything unexpected comes up, tomorrow evening (Friday) I will be meeting Lesley Livingston at an event at the main branch of the Ottawa Public Library. I'm really excited because for once an author is actually coming to Ottawa (they never do) instead of to Toronto. For those who don't know Lesley Livingston is the author of Wondrous Strange and Darklight (books 1 and 2 of a trilogy) which are some of my favorite books that I have read since starting the blog. She is a really great writer and I can't wait to read Tempestuous (book 3) which comes out in December...and to meet her of course!

Enjoy your weekends!

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Title: Beautiful Darkness (Caster Chronicles #2)
Author: Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Release Date: October 12, 2010
Source: Purchased
Buy the Book: Amazon / Book Depository / Indigo
Ethan Wate used to think of Gatlin, the small Southern town he had always called home, as a place where nothing ever changed. Then he met mysterious newcomer Lena Duchannes, who revealed a secret world that had been hidden in plain sight all along. A Gatlin that harbored ancient secrets beneath its moss-covered oaks and cracked sidewalks. A Gatlin where a curse has marked Lena’s family of powerful Supernaturals for generations. A Gatlin where impossible, magical, life-altering events happen.

Sometimes life-ending.

Together Ethan and Lena can face anything Gatlin throws at them, but after suffering a tragic loss, Lena starts to pull away, keeping secrets that test their relationship. And now that Ethan’s eyes have been opened to the darker side of Gatlin, there’s on going back. Haunted by strange visions only he can see, Ethan is pulled deeper into his town’s tangled history and finds himself caught up in the dangerous network of underground passageways endlessly crisscrossing the South, where nothing is as it seems.

Oh how I love this story. I don’t even know where to begin with explaining just why I loved this book so much. Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl are just such wonderful writers and I saw that again in Beautiful Darkness. And then there’s also Ethan but I’ll get to that in good time. Before I even begin reading I knew I was going to love this book, just like I did Beautiful Creatures and I was most certainly not disappointed. This was book was simply amazing and I had the best time reading it.

Lena made it through her sixteenth birthday without having been claimed by either Light or Dark but that doesn’t mean she didn’t come out damaged. Macon is now dead and Lena is pulling away from Ethan, who doesn’t know what to do anymore. Not only that but Ethan finds himself being pulled further and further into the Caster world that for so long was hidden from him. He finds himself having visions no one else is having and no one can explain. Working with Marian and Liv in the library may get him some answers but not really the answers he is looking for. But more than anything Ethan just wants to get Lena back even if it means she won’t be the same.

Lena, you puzzle me so much sometimes. I love Lena but sometimes she just needs to pick a side and stick to it. In this book, she infuriated me more than anything else, but in a good way. I mean why would she keep on trying to get away from Ethan, a guy who pretty loves her to death and and refuses to give up on her no matter what? But at the same time I can understand why Lena is doing what she’s doing, it’s just her way to protect everyone she loves. New to the story was Liv and I absolutely loved her. She made me laugh so many times and she could be pretty unpredictable at times, which I think is one of the things that made me love them that much more. It was really fun to have another girl character come in and bring another perspective to the table. I also really liked seeing Ridley again and seeing her change. That is honestly all I can say about her without giving too much of the story away.

And now I start on Ethan, I promise I’ll keep it as short as possible. Oh Ethan how I love you. I would gladly trade places with Lena and have a guy who would never give up me and would love me no matter what. I’m sure that guy will actually come someday but for now I’ll just stick to dreaming about Ethan. He is just basically the ultimate good guy and you can’t help but like him. I also love the fact that the story is told from his point of view as opposed to having from Lena’s point of view for instance. So yeah, I love Ethan there really isn’t that much more to it than that. I absolutely loved that I got to see more of Link. He is just such a fun character he had me laughing out loud so many times. I just always lightened the situation, and so many times light was exactly what the situation needed.

And the story itself also did not disappoint. At first I was kind of scared that the story would be a lot like Beautiful Creatures but as it turned out it really wasn’t. It was a completely new story and I loved seeing it develop, and most of the time it was almost impossible to predict what would happen next which I absolutely loved. There was always some twist that I didn’t expect and it made me keep on reading and practically read the entire book in one sitting. There was only the end that slightly puzzled me, but I think I have it figured out for the most part.

Beautiful Darkness is an amazing read and everyone should read it. And if you haven’t read Beautiful Creatures, please go and get yourself a copy because they are just such great books. Trust me you won’t be disappointed, the story is magical in more than one way. 

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Top Ten Tuesday

I've decided once again to participate in Top Ten Tuesday this week. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish. This week's Top Ten is all about Fictional Crushes, which shouldn't be too hard to do. So here are my Top Ten Fictional Crushes (in no particular order):

Jace from The Mortal Instruments
Do I even need to explain this one? It's Jace, just that should be enough of a reason. I love Jace with all my heart and will always root for him no matter what. Too bad he isn't a real person. Team Jace all the way!

Dimitri from The Vampire Academy
Um, hello it's Dimitri. Even when things don't exactly turn out the way I want them to, I still can't help but love Dimitri. I'll admit, in some parts of the book I totally wouldn't mind changing places with Rose.

Sonny from Wondrous Strange
Sonny is such a great character and such a great guy. I couldn't believe what Kelley did at the end of Darklight, I honestly wanted to hit her. I cannot wait to be with Sonny again once I get my hands on a copy of Tempestuous.

Will from The Infernal Devices
I have yet to decide what team I am on for these books but I still love Will. Again probably comes from by tendency to always fall for the bad boy, which Will totally is. As much as sometimes I just want to smack him across his pretty face, the rest of the time I spend wishing he actually existed.

Jem from The Infernal Devices
Like I said, I haven't picked what team I am on yet. I pretty much love Jem just as much as I love Will. He just seems like such a kind, affectionate and sweet guy that you just can't help but fall for. He has so many great qualities and again I wish he actually existed. I can always dream.

The Fuentes Brothers from Perfect Chemistry
So I'm kind of cheating on this one but I absolutely love the Fuentes brothers. As infuriating as they can sometimes be, I still can't help but love them. Even though they always start out all wrong, they always end up like the kind of guy every girl dreams about.

Wes from The Truth About Forever
Wes was probably my first ever fictional crush. I read this book for the first time so many years ago and right away I fell for Wes, there was absolutely no way I could do anything other than that. He was my original fictional crush and years later I still love him.

Damon from The Vampire Diaries
Again I fall for the bad guy. But there's just something about Damon I just can't help but love. Every so often he'll show a softer side of his personality and I just hope that over time he will somehow become the guy I know he can be. (I will also be defending Team Damon in Amber of Down the Rabbit Hole's YA Love Triangle Week)

Ethan from The Caster Chronicles
Ethan is pretty much the ultimate good guy. I was only a few pages into Beautiful Creatures and he had me. Lena is a very lucky girl as far as I'm concerned. I wish I had a guy like that who would pretty much refuse to give up on me no matter what.

Ash from The Iron Fey
I was on the fence about Ash until I finished reading The Iron Daughter this weekend. Now I am completely sold on Team Ash. I don't want to give anything away but if you don't love Ash by the end of that book your are completely crazy, as far as I'm concerned anyway.

So that's it for my Top Ten Fictional Crushes. There are so many other guys that could have made the list, choosing just ten can be so difficult. Especially since I fall for fictional bad guys so easily.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Halloween Read-A-Thon Wrap-Up and Giveaway Winner

So the Halloween Read-A-Thon is now over. It was a lot of fun and I enjoyed getting to spend all this time reading. Not something I've been doing that much of lately what with school and everything else just piling up. I didn't manage to read all the books I wanted, I got through two completely and part of the third. I finished reading Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl as well as The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa and started on Linger by Maggie Stiefvater. The only book I didn't get to was I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore but I should be getting to that one shortly anyways. Thank you of course to Lesley of Young Adults Books Reviewed and we're sorry you couldn't make it for the last 15 minutes of the Twitter party.

So for those of you who entered my mini challenge and giveaway here is what you want to know. Thank you to everyone who entered, I really enjoyed reading about everyone's favorite paranormal creatures. There were a total of 28 people who entered and using RANDOM.ORG the winner is:

#4: Lauren M. of 365 Days of Reading

About her favorite paranormal creature, Lauren said:

"Faeries are my favorite paranormal creature! They have such an interesting backstory (the courts), and I like how they're sometimes nice, but mostly tricksters."

I will be e-mail Lauren and she will have 48 hours to answer. If I don't hear from her after that time I will be picking another winner.

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Friday, October 15, 2010

Book Blogger Hop (15) & Follow Friday (7)

It's Friday so it means it's time for Book Blogger Hop and Follow Friday!

First off, the Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Jennifer of Crazy-for-Books. It is a way for all the book bloggers out there to get together and find out about each other's blogs. I've found a lot of great blogs and bloggers through this hop and it's always a lot of fun to take part in each week.



It honestly depends on the book. Sometimes I won't be able to get into it but if I keep going things pick up and I can get really into the book. Other times I know nothing's going to come of it so I just give up. Most of the time I will keep reading just because I'm afraid I could potentially miss out on something really good just because I didn't give the book a chance.

The Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee's View every week. It works a lot like the Book Blogger Hop except that it's only on Fridays. I haven't been taking part in this hop as long but I've found a lot of great new blogs through this one too.



That's a very good question. I would say Nevermore by Kelly Creagh. I just finished it last weekend and it was absolutely amazing. It's pretty long but it doesn't drag on at all.


I am back home and this weekend I will be participating and holding a mini-challenge for Lesley of YA Books Reviewed's Halloween Read-a-Thon. Basically I will be reading all weekend, not that it's much different from what I do most weekends. Other than that school has slowed down a bit now that we've moved past the middle of the semester but things will probably pick up again in a few weeks. I'll just enjoy if for now!


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Halloween Read-A-Thon Mini Challenge & Giveaway Closed

In honor of the Halloween Read-A-Thon I am holding a mini-challenge and giveaway. To enter, it's really simple: all you have to do is complete the form (link below) and answer one question. What is your favorite paranormal creature (werewolf, vampire, faery, etc.) and why? By filling out the form and answering that one question you will be entered for a chance to win a brand new copy of Nightshade by Andrea Cremer...and if you're lucky, I may throw in some candy as well.

Here are the rules:
- This contest is open to those with US and CANADA mailing addresses.
- You must be 13 or older to enter.
- You MUST be taking part in the read-a-thon to enter (I will check the list on Lesley's blog to make sure)
- This contest will run from October 15th to October 17th at 11:59 PM EST.
- While comments are appreciated, you need to fill out the form in order to enter.

This giveaway is now closed thank you to all who entered.

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