Posts Categorized: Repeat the Week

Oct 06
Repeat the Week # 32

Repeat the Week # 32

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Witchstruck by Victoria Lamb: Great mix of paranormal and historical fiction involving Queen Elizabeth. Six Months Later by Victoria Richards: An exciting opening about a girl with memory loss quickly went downhill. Features October New Releases: Taking a look at the books coming out this month. Top Ten Tuesday: Book turn-offs. Waiting on Wednesday: Man Made Boy by Jon Skovron Stacking the Shelves: I finally did it!  That is, I… Read more »


Sep 29
Repeat the Week # 31

Repeat the Week # 31

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan: I was really looking forward to this, but it was too “message-y” and lacking in subtlety and focus. Inhuman by Kat Falls: Hunger Games wanna-be that doesn’t come close to measuring up.  I did the only reasonable thing – I reviewed it with a limerick. Prep School Confidential by Kara Taylor: Don’t be fooled by the cute cover.  This is a dark (but fun)… Read more »


Sep 22
Repeat the Week # 30

Repeat the Week # 30

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Countdown by Michelle Rowen: I was counting down the minutes until this books was over. Where the Stars Still Shine by Trish Doller: I’m not sure if this is classified as New Adult; if so, it just might be the only NA book I’ve ever enjoyed. Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick: The latest book by the author of The Silver Linings Playbook has me wanting to read that… Read more »


Sep 15
Repeat the Week # 29

Repeat the Week # 29

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Shadows by Paula Weston: Started off slow, but the action-filled ending left me excited to read the sequel. Relativity by Cristin Bishara: There have been a lot of stories about parallel lives recently, and this is one of the better ones. Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein: A fictional take on a young woman’s imprisonment in a German concentration camp that’s horrifying and all too real.  (And… Read more »


Sep 15
Repeat the Week # 29

Repeat the Week # 29

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Shadows by Paula Weston: Started off slow, but the action-filled ending left me excited to read the sequel. Relativity by Cristin Bishara: There have been a lot of stories about parallel lives recently, and this is one of the better ones. Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein: A fictional take on a young woman’s imprisonment in a German concentration camp that’s horrifying and all too real.  (And… Read more »


Sep 08
Repeat the Week # 28

Repeat the Week # 28

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Conjured by Sarah Beth Durst The Deepest Night by Shana Abe The Waking Dark by Robin Wasserman Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Features Top Ten Tuesday: Books that should be taught in school. Waiting on Wednesday: All the Truth That’s In Me by Julie Berry  Stacking the Shelves: Three of the books excite me; the other – not so much. Giveaways Win an ARC of Tumble & Fall by… Read more »


Sep 01
Repeat the Week # 27

Repeat the Week # 27

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young: Pivot Point was better. Project Cain by Geoffrey Girard: More Wikipedia entry than story. Features September new releases: The best book I’ve read in 2013 comes out this month. Final update of ARC August read-a-thon: I surpassed my goals by reading 15 books! Top Ten Tuesday: Best Secondary characters. Waiting on Wednesday: Unbreakable by Kami Garcia  Stacking the Shelves Giveaways… Read more »


Aug 25
Repeat the Week # 26

Repeat the Week # 26

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill: A wonderfully intelligent and exciting time travel story. Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis: If I could give you one piece of advice in September, I would tell you to buy this book.  It’s the best I’ve read in 2013. Features Authors are Rockstars tour: Liz Coley, author of Pretty Girl-13, shared a funny guest post. So, it was late… Read more »