Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Day #2 of "30 Books in 30 Days Giveaway"!!


Here's how it will work:

1) First, read the original post with rules and such.

2) I post a book every day that I'm giving away.

3) You leave a comment at the posted books you'd like to win.


There! That's it. A book given away for the next 30 days, with a BLOWOUT giveaway at the end of September.

Today's book:


Click on the cover to read its review!

Happy Reading!



Jenny said...

Stopping by to register for the giveaway! I just finished reading your review of Generation Hex...it sounds like a fascinating book. I remember when I was in college, the whole Wiccan movement was really big. I knew several people who were Wiccan, but I never really spoke to them about it...I was scared! lol!! I'm going to add this book to my wishlist...thanks for the review!


Anonymous said...

Just finished reading Up Pops the Devil and I, like you, have not read a lot of multi cultural fiction. I do enjoy multi cultural children's books but just have not delve into many multi cultural adult fiction books. This may be one I'll place on my list.
fmartin816 at comcast dot net

Alyce said...

I read your review of "Hood" by Stephen Lawhead. One of my favorite series' of all time is his song of Albion trilogy. I haven't yet read "Hood," in part because of the complicated names, but also because I haven't had much interest in the Robin Hood storyline. I'll have to keep it in mind though if I ever have the time to read it.

Anonymous said...

This sounds good!

One of your most helpful reviews that I read was The Faith of Barack Obama by Stephen Mansfield.

Ramya said...

Hey.. i just read your review for Forsaken. I came to your blog from Google to read that review and found this huge giveaway!!:) i am excited that i came across this now!
do enter me for the giveaway as well..

Tarasview said...

I just read your review of Up Pops the Devil- I am reading it right now and I totally agree with you! I could tell some cultural differences but am enjoying it.

Anonymous said...

I read your review of the Mars Hill Classified Series last week. I read those books earlier this year and LOVED them. I was actually looking for another review - can't remember which one now - and saw that one. How did you like the ending? I actually found it very satisfying, even if it was sad to say goodbye to characters who had become good friends.


apple blossom said...

All Through the night sounds like an excellent book for my tbr pile. I'd love to win it.

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for running this giveaway! :)

Me... said...

I just read your review on this book. Looks good!

Nise' said...

Ummm... I don't think there are many that I didn't read. The first review I read was The Secret Life of Becky Miller.

windycindy said...

Hi, I remember reading your review of this book sometime in July! I would love to be entered in your drawing. Thanks, Cindi

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed your review of A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist. I'd love to win.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a good one!

I read your review of Carol Kent's When I Lay My Isaac down.

Awesome book. I've read it and you did a super job on the review. I've met Carol in person, too. She's the real deal! I think she has a new one out "A New Kind of Normal" or something like that.

Merry said...

I think I read everything you post! I just read your review on All Through the Night by Davis Bunn. I have a soft spot for those who stick up for the elderly, it sounds good!


Christi S said...

You are such a talented reviewer! You make me NEED to read the books you review! I just read the review for Lost Boy, and it sounds excellent!

Anonymous said...

I just read your review on A Bride Most Begrudging. Can't wait to read that!

Please enter me for this one too!! :D