Year End Number Crunch 2012


I saw this post on my friend Suey's blog. I thought it was a great idea and I decided to do it myself. (Just don't compare her list to mine. I don't measure up in the least.) Total Books Total Books Read: 24 (1 more book than I read last year) Total Rereads: 9 Total Pages: 9,949 Authors Men: 7 Women: 10 Utah Authors: 4 New-to-Me … [Read more...]

Neverfall by Brodi Ashton


When I heard that Brodi was writing a novella for the Everneath series from Cole's perspective, I got really excited. Cole intrigued me in both Everneath and Everbound. I always questioned his motives and I wanted to know more about what he thought. I wasn't disappointed with Neverfall in the least; I definitely got to know Cole and his motives … [Read more...]

December Book Club

For December, we read Unwind by Neal Shusterman. I was only a third of the way done with Unwind when I went to book club. My thoughts haven't really changed from what I said at book club, though. Here are the thoughts from the group: Only three people read it and one (me) partially read it. Two people thought it was too unbelievable and didn't … [Read more...]

Unwind by Neal Shusterman


Unwind was this month's book club book. I had heard nothing about it before going into the story. All I knew was that it was a dystopian set in the future where the pro-life/pro-choice war had been fought and "settled." In reading Unwind, I was forced to think about a very radical approach to a very unlikely possible outcome to a war between … [Read more...]

Follow Friday

This week's featured blogger from Parajunkee's View is Meg from The Book Asylum. This week's featured blogger from Alison Can Read is Samaine from Bookworms Avenue. This week's Follow Friday question is: What book do you think everyone should read? If you could gift the entire population with one book? Like Parajunkee said in her response, I … [Read more...]

2013 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge

Outdo Yourself

Brianna at The Book Vixen is hosting the 2013 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge. There are only a few rules, the main one being read more books in 2013 than you did in 2012, and no books read before January 1, 2013 count toward the challenge. I'm only signing up for the smallest level, which is "Getting my heart rate up." It requires me to read only … [Read more...]