It's another one of those weeks that we don't have much to share. School, life, and work have kept us from doing anything out of the ordinary to share. I am happy to say, however, that my cough is almost gone! I (Keira) am starting to feel human again.
In blog news we have a couple things going on. There are two giveaways under way Books That Need More Attention and the Race to 150 Giveaway. While you're here make sure to check those out if you haven't.
Over the next three months things will be a little bit slower around here. There will be some weeks that we're post heavy, but others where you may only see reviews and a couple features. Classes have Nikki swamped and I'm doing quite a bit of volunteering, plus the holidays are around the corner, so it's a busy time. We're not going anywhere though and didn't want anyone to think otherwise.
Book Review: Love is the Drug by Alaya Dawn Johnson
From the author of THE SUMMER PRINCE, a novel that's John Grisham's THE PELICAN BRIEF meets Michael Crichton's THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN set at an elite Washington D.C. prep school.
Emily Bird was raised not to ask questions. She has perfect hair, the perfect boyfriend, and a perfect Ivy-League future. But a chance meeting with Roosevelt David, a homeland security agent, at a party for Washington DC's elite leads to Bird waking up in a hospital, days later, with no memory of the end of the night.
Meanwhile, the world has fallen apart: A deadly flu virus is sweeping the nation, forcing quarantines, curfews, even martial law. And Roosevelt is certain that Bird knows something. Something about the virus--something about her parents' top secret scientific work--something she shouldn't know.
The only one Bird can trust is Coffee, a quiet, outsider genius who deals drugs to their classmates and is a firm believer in conspiracy theories. And he believes in Bird. But as Bird and Coffee dig deeper into what really happened that night, Bird finds that she might know more than she remembers. And what she knows could unleash the biggest government scandal in US history.
Tuesday, Sept. 30th -
Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Were Hard For Us To Read
Books That Need More Attention Giveaway Hop
Wednesday, Oct. 1 -
Waiting on Wednesday #19
Guest Review: Misbehaving by Tiffany Reisz
Wanted: Adventurous, open-minded man willing to try anything…Thursday, Oct. 2nd -
As a popular sex blogger, Beatriz gets paid to have orgasms. So being on deadline the week of her sister’s wedding isn’t as rough as it sounds. There’s just one hitch: Bea’s assignment is to write a review of a sex position manual, but she doesn’t have a plus one to play with.
The good news: Ben, the one who got away back in college, is also attending stag--and he's as temptingly gorgeous as ever.
The bad news: Ben turned down Bea’s offer of graduation night sex five years ago.
The best news: He’s not planning on making the same mistake twice.
A red-hot retelling of Much Ado About Nothing for people who love Shakespeare but thought his plays could use a few more sex scenes.
A Cosmo Red-Hot Read
Thirsty Thursday #15: Top 3 Things You Have To Have In Erotica-esque Books
Friday, Oct. 3rd -
Book Beginnings & The Friday 56 #16
Book Review: I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga
What if the world's worst serial killer...was your dad?
Jasper "Jazz" Dent is a likable teenager. A charmer, one might say.
But he's also the son of the world's most infamous serial killer, and for Dear Old Dad, Take Your Son to Work Day was year-round. Jazz has witnessed crime scenes the way cops wish they could—from the criminal's point of view.
And now bodies are piling up in Lobo's Nod.
In an effort to clear his name, Jazz joins the police in a hunt for a new serial killer. But Jazz has a secret—could he be more like his father than anyone knows?
This weeks Thirsty Thursday topic is; Favorite All Male Cover.