I am so happy that Aentee @ Read at Midnight created this tag (and the graphics). Books & Pokemon, how could anyone pass this up? Ever since the app has been released my data and coffee intake has gone up, but my sleep and sanity has definitely gone down. But hey, that is what it takes to be the very best. Now I get to add this wonderful app with my one true love, books. So, let’s get to the fun part; combining the two. My started Pokemon was the lovely Bulbasaur. If I actually knew that I was supposed to choose one of the three (I just saw one and got super excited) I probably would have got Squirtle, […]
Month: August 2016
Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine. It’s a feature where we show-off one of our most anticipated reads of the year. Where we tend to add more books to your never-ending TBR. erica’s waiting on This will be my first book by Marissa and I am so excited for it. Alice in Wonderland re-telling? Hell yeah. That is definitely my kind of story…Also, you guys will probably yell at me because I know that I should have already read The Lunar Chronicles. I’m hoping that once I read this one I’ll finally read the others. Which book are you guys waiting on?
Praise for The Wolf Road “An unrelenting psychological thriller of wilderness survival wrapped in a terrifying hide-and-seek game of trying to escape an unspeakable past. … Fans of suspense with a touch of horror will be pulled into Elka’s intense struggle to find peace and redemption as the whole truth is finally revealed.” —Booklist on The Wolf Road “Arresting…[an] odyssey that highlights the striking wilderness landscape and Elka’s grit.” —Publishers Weekly on The Wolf Road “A white-knuckle trip through a gritty, frightening, and all-too-plausible post-apocalypse. You won’t know whether to root for or be afraid of heroine Elka, and you won’t be able to put the book down.” —Paul Tremblay, author of A Head Full of Ghosts “A remarkable first novel that drew me in […]
Interview Q. Tell us a little about yourself. A. I’m an Ohio poet and novelist who wishes I could ride the back of Moby Dick across the great Atlantic, make a web with Charlotte, and shoot the breeze (but no mockingbirds) with Atticus Finch. Q. When did you first decide to write? A. As a child, writing was the first thing I remember doing without being told to do so. Without writing, I’m lost. I can’t find my way home to infinity. I wouldn’t realize writing was a profession I could have until I was in middle school and the guidance counselor came to my class to talk to us about what we wanted to be when we got […]