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Giveaway Hop: Midwinter’s Eve Giveaway Hop Ends Dec 31 (INT)



Welcome to the Midwinter’s Eve Giveaway Hop. It is hosted by BookHounds & I am A Reader.Thank you for stopping by and entering. The prize is a pre-order of Remembrance by Meg Cabot. It is a continuation of the Mediator series, which were a favorite of mine. It comes out on February 2nd.


Ends  12/31/15
Winning Entry will be verified prior to prize being awarded. No purchase necessary.
You must be 13 or older to enter .
The winner will be chosen by rafflecopter and announced here as well as emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

This giveaway is International as long as Amazon or BookDepository ships to you.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER (Rafflecopter)

Don’t forget to enter the other blogs’ giveaways! There are a ton of great prizes. HERE




Giveaway Hop: Best of 2015 (INT) (CLOSED)



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Welcome to the Best of 2015 Giveaway Hop. It is hosted by BookHounds & I am A Reader. The Giveaway ends on the 18th.


The prize here is a $10 Amazon gift card for the book that was your favorite this year. All you have to do it fill out the form by clicking here. Thank you and GOOD LUCK! Since this is an amazon gift card, this giveaway is international.


Don’t forget to check out the other blogs!


Giveaway Hop: Gratitude Giveaway Hop (CLOSED)



To thank you all for following me these years, I wanted to do this giveaway to show my gratitude. So thank you for following.

The giveaway is that of a mystery box. This box with contain all sorts of goodies that I think are necessities for a good time with a book. 

This “mystery” box will contain:

  • books
  • candies
  •  and many other things.

All you have to do is be a follower of the blog. It doesn’t matter how you follow. Twitter or email or wordpress. Giveaway ends Nov. 30. US only. And don’t forget to share and check out the other


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Giveaway + Review: Just Little Things: A Celebration of Life’s Simple Pleasures by Nancy Vu


Just Little Things: A Celebration of Life’s Simple Pleasures by Nancy Vu

Paperback, 256 pages
Expected publication: May 7th 2013 by Perigee Trade
Source: Publisher for Honest Review
Seeing a baby yawnDrawing on a foggy windowFinding a curly fry mixed in with your regular friesThese and 247 other little things that make everyday life a joy are collected in this delightful, surprising, and heartfelt book. Based on the popular website, this book will strike a chord in anyone who is open to celebrating the little moments of greatness all around us. – Goodreads

My opinion: This was a cute book there were a lot of different thing that should make you happy. There were some things that I just kept saying that is so true and then there were ones that I was flat out laughing.
The book basically lists different things that make you happy throughout your life. Life’s simple pleasures, as the title states. Some of the ones that were my favorites are:
  1. Being unable to finish a sentence because you’re laughing so hard about the ending.
  2. The sound of a little kid’s uncontrollable laughter.
  3. Collapsing on your bed after a long day.

The book was interesting and it’s a good read. I think that you will enjoy reading it. Just to make you smile or laugh.

I am also giving away my copy.

Overall: 4.5 out of 5

Blog Tour Review + Giveaway: My Wolf’s Bane by Veronica Blade


My Wolf’s Bane by Veronica Blade

Paperback, 389 pages
Published February 1, 2013 by Crush Publishing, Inc
Source: Publisher for honest review

Different species. Mortal enemies. It’ll never work, but they’ll die trying.

Autumn Rossi thought she was a normal teenager. Suddenly, she can outrun every critter in the forest, making her wonder if she’s even human.

When the new guy at school, Zack de Luca, witnesses a questionable scene, he unfairly pins her as stuck-up. He acts like he hates her, yet he keeps bailing her out of trouble. Not only is Zack both insufferable and irresistible, he seems to sniff her anytime he gets close.

As passion flares between them, Autumn isn’t sure which is more dangerous: her psycho ex-boyfriend, or falling for Zack — who’s risking his life just by being near her.

My opinion: This was an interesting read. I liked the way that we were able to follow the changes that happen to Autumn and the two boys who are “fighting” for her attention. Okay lets go over the boys. Zack is a mysterious stranger, he just transferred to the school and he hates Autumn almost immediately of meeting her. However, he is always there to help her in difficult situations. Some examples are when her car doesn’t start or when her ex-boyfriend tries to hurt her.
The only thing really sort of bothered was how trusting she was of Zack. I wouldn’t be even if I was feeling the attraction between them. It would actually make me even more suspicious. But anyways, I think the fact that he kept giving her so many mixed signals made the story more dramatic. Especially with him coming in to help her at all the right times. One moment he was helping and being nice and the next he was telling to leave him alone essentially.
I found it really interesting that Zach was able to keep himself safe and her safe from both the recruiters and the ex. In the beginning of the novel, I didn’t really like both the guys but Zack grew on me as the story went on. I guess he was just as confused as Autumn about why he was feeling that way towards her and how she can be one way when she is different based on the “first encounter.”
One thing that I have to say, books are made by the villains, they are the ones that make us root for the protagonists and Veronica Blade definitely made me hate the ex and the recruiters. So good job on that Ms. Blade.
Overall: 4 out of 5

Here is an excerpt of the book:

I tossed the makeup bag into my backpack, slung it over my shoulder and whipped open the door. Barreling out of the bathroom, I slammed into what felt like a walking boulder. I ricocheted off the human rock and my backpack hit the wall behind me, throwing me off balance and pitching me forward into the hard, linoleum tile.

My palms cushioned my fall, but I winced as pain spiked up my wrists. On all fours, I lifted my chin and peeked through my curtain of dark hair.

He wore a black tee that molded to his wide, muscular shoulders and jeans that fit over powerful legs. Wow. I’d thought my soon-to-be-ex-boyfriend was cute, but this guy…

“You okay?” the hottie asked in a sexy, gravelly voice, stretching a hand toward me. His hand wrapped around mine and effortlessly pulled me up, as if I weighed no more than my calculus book. Maybe it was the throbbing in my limbs or the warmth of his hands on my elbows. Or maybe it was his earthy scent invading my senses, but a wave of dizziness hit me and I tipped forward.

His hands shot to my hips to steady me. “Easy there.”

I stared into his deep, green eyes as my palms rested on his hard biceps for support. Lord, he smelled good, like the forest after rain.

My breath hitched.


1 Paperback book mailed within the US

Author Bio:

Author HeadshotVeronica Blade lives in Southern California with her husband and children. By day she runs the family business, but each night she slips away to spin her tales. She writes stories about young adults to relive her own childhood and to live vicariously through her characters. Except her heroes and heroines lead far more interesting lives — and they are always way hotter.

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WINNER of The Birthday Giveaway!


The winner is Sarah S. @ WondrousReadings

WINNERS! (Touching The Moon and The Family is Made)


Touching the Moon  – Irene

The Family is Made – Natasha

Giveaway: The Family Is Made: Thuggin In Miami by R.A. Robinson


Review + Giveaway: Touching the Moon by Lisa M. Airey


Touching the Moon by Lisa M. Airey

Paperback, 272 pages
Published November 11th 2012 by Aakenbaaken & Kent
Source: Author for honest review
A gifted healer with a genetic secret and a haunted past, Julie Hastings takes her new veterinary degree to South Dakota hoping to bury memories of a physically abusive stepfather and unprotective mother.
Although intending to lead a quiet life, she finds herself relentlessly pursued by two unwelcome suitors: the Chief of Police and a powerful member of the Sioux Indian Nation.
The man she chooses shatters her world-view.Her stepfather taught her that not all monsters run on four legs. Now Julie must face another truth—some beasts are good. – Goodreads
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the book. I read it in two days. Julie was a pretty good character. She is someone that you can to because of how she towards animals and the way that even though she is afraid of  Gray because of her stepfather she still trusts him enough to keep her alive, on numerous occasions. I love how she is vet and that she helps so many animals.
I also really enjoyed the way the mystery of the murders worked around her locations and where she was at. I found the “stalking” moments that she felt with her suitors sometimes really funny. I loved how they both tried to be what she needed, without actually trying to  listen to what she wanted from them. I really really really liked Gray in his wolf form. He was so cute the way he protected her and the way that he was just there for her.
Something that I really liked was the way that the twist happened at the end. I did not expect that to happen. I think it worked really well. I was surprised after the “kidnapping” what happened. I didn’t expect that those people would be involved in her kidnapping from the kidnapper. Overall, the story was fast-paced and it was a good mystery and thriller. I enjoyed reading it.
Overall: 4 out of 5
Also if you want another chance, Goodreads is also hosting a giveaway: GO HERE!!!