March, 16 2010 In her latest enchanting novel, New York Times bestelling author Sarah Addison Allen invites you to a quirky little Southern town with more magic than a full Carolina moon. Here two very different women discover how to find their place in the world.no matter how out of place they feel.Emily Benedict came to Mullaby, North Carolina, hoping… Read More
This will probably be a long list. I’ve read a lot of great books this year. I’m just going to put as many as I want on this list but at the end of the year I’ll try to narrow it down to ten, if that’s possible. In no particular order: At Grave’s End – Jeaniene Frost Vampire Academy series… Read More
An extraordinary faerie tale of magic and mystery, romance and danger, described by Stephenie Meyer as ‘a remarkable debut’. Laurel is an ordinary fifteen-year-old high school girl. But something incredible is happening to her. She is changing. Now Laurel is about to discover that a deep and powerful magic holds the key to her destiny. To be honest I thought… Read More
Yes, it’s true! I’m done! Wow! I feel like I’ve been reading Harry Potter for months now but it really wasn’t long at all. I’m a bit sad that’s it’s all over but we got to share 7 years of Harry’s life so I’ll try not to complain. I loved Deathly Hallows, I still might have liked Half Blood Prince… Read More
Thanks everyone who entered my second book give away! I’ll have another one for you very soon! The winner of Bloody Good is….. Tricia!!!
This one was by far my favorite so far. Thankfully I already knew about Dumbledore or I would have been heartbroken. I didn’t know who killed him though. I had a feeling that it might be Snape but Rowling did a excellent job of making you think it was him in one chapter and making you think it couldn’t be… Read More