Thursday, November 26, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving!

Today we give thanks to so many things.
I thought I'd list a few things I'm thankful for.

1. My family: my husband and three amazing children, my parents and in-laws, my sisters and brothers-in-law and all our cousins! I can't say enough about how awesome they all are!

2. My job: I've been there for 10 years and I am happy. I work with great people and it's flexible.

3. The roof over my head: we've lived in our house 15 years. I never thought I would still be here at this time in my life but it's my home and I can't see living anywhere else.

4. A full fridge: we never go hungry when so many others do. I'm grateful to be able to put food in my tummy and my family's.

5. Our health: we are all healthy. This is so important. Recently both my father and mother-in-law have been sick. It's been hard but both are getting better and I'm positive they will be around a long time.

6. Friends: and good ones at that! I love that I have a core group who support me and that I can always go to.

7. Books: where would I be without them? Well not here, that's for sure. I love that I can read and I get taken away to another place. I will never get tired of reading.

8. My pets: our doggie, Abby, and two kitties, Walle and Carson. I love having animals. They complete our family.

I'm sure there's a ton more, but to list it would take forever. Basically, I am just grateful for life and all the wonderful things that are in it.
What are you thankful for?

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Waiting on Wednesday #84: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows @jodimeadows @Brodiashton @CynthiaHand

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Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill from Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases we are eagerly awaiting!


Title: My Lady Jane
Author(s): Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows
Publisher: Harper Teen
Expected Publication Date: June 7, 2016 

For fans of The Princess Bride comes the comical, fantastical, romantical, (not) entirely true story of Lady Jane Grey.

Lady Jane Grey, sixteen, is about to be married to a total stranger—and caught up in an insidious plot to rob her cousin, King Edward, of his throne. But that’s the least of Jane’s problems. She’s about to become Queen of England. Like that could go wrong.

Cynthia Hand:
Cynthia Hand is the New York Times bestselling author of the Unearthly series with HarperTeen: UNEARTHLY, HALLOWED, RADIANT (an enovella) and BOUNDLESS. Currently she lives in southern California with her husband and two small children. She teaches courses in creative writing at Pepperdine University. Her next book, THE LAST TIME WE SAY GOODBYE, will be released in February 2015.

Brodi Ashton:
I write Young Adult novels. I eat cinnamon bears. I love me some Diet Coke. 

My debut book EVERNEATH (the first in a trilogy) comes out Winter 2012 with Balzer and Bray (Harper Collins).

I'm represented by Michael Bourret at Dystel and Goderich Literary Management.

Jodi Meadows:
Jodi Meadows lives and writes in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, with her husband, a Kippy*, and an alarming number of ferrets. She is a confessed book addict, and has wanted to be a writer ever since she decided against becoming an astronaut. She is the author of the INCARNATE Trilogy and the ORPHAN QUEEN Duology (HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen), and a coauthor of the forthcoming MY LADY JANE (HarperTeen). Visit her at
*A Kippy is a cat.
The unofficial stuff:
Like many writers, I’ve always wanted to do this professionally. You know, after I decided against being an astronaut.
Unlike many writers, I didn’t skip straight from picture books to adult novels. I have fond memories of going to Bookstop every month for the latest Baby-Sitters Club (which I kept reading, even after I realized they were never going to let the paranormal elements be real), and even fonder memories of hanging out in my middle school library. The librarians probably knew exactly what they were doing when they suggested book after book and discussed them with me at length. I, of course, had no clue they were turning me into a book addict, but it worked out for the best. Once I found the books where magic and other fantastic elements were real, I was hooked.
When I was twenty, I met a boy, moved 1,500 miles, and married him all within six months. I now realize that was crazy and dangerous, but it seemed natural at the time and, again, worked out for the best. Not only did we stay madly in love, he worked full time at a hard job so I could stay home to write books and, hopefully, one day get published.
The other crazy thing we did was fall in love with ferrets. They have their own bedroom.
My hobbies, aside from spending all my money on books and Kippy/ferret treats, revolve around yarn. I love crocheting, knitting, and spinning. In addition to several handspindles, I share my living room with a spinning wheel named Bob.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Blog Tour: Ella by Jessalyn Peaslee

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26090582.jpgReserved yet resilient, Ella Blakeley lives with her cruel stepmother and stepsisters, without hope of escape—until the day Prince Kenton announces a ball that changes everything. Even without mice, magic, or fairy godmothers, Ella might discover a life that’s better than she ever dreamed. This intricately woven twist on Cinderella is an enchanting book you won’t be able to put down. 

1. Did you always know you wanted to be a writer or did you want to be something else? 
In college, I looked into Psychology, History, and Humanities, but I was just doing the “college thing” and wasting time. I just didn’t love those majors, and when I was being honest with myself, I knew that I had always loved English and reading. Honestly, I didn’t really know if I loved to write back then. I could write papers and get A’s, and that was fine, but it really wasn’t until I sat down and wrote Ella that I fell in love with writing. It was the first time I wrote something that had come out of my own head. I have always LOVED reading, and it was amazing so watch (even when I didn’t realize it) all the characters and themes I had been reading about for years come through in my writing. We become what we read.
I do remember saying in junior high, “I want to stay home with my kids and write.” I didn’t realize as a 13-year-old what a challenge that would be. J But, so far, it has been a dream-come-true . . . with a whole lot of work to make it come true, of course!
2. How long does it take you to write a book from start to finish?
Ella took two years from the time I started writing it to being accepted--with breaks in between. I wasn’t writing and editing that whole time, mostly because I started out just writing for fun and wasn’t really thinking I would try to get it published. But once it turned into a novel-length story and I thought it might be publishable, I started getting more serious and it went much faster.
The first draft took about three weeks to write, but it was garbage. J It’s almost a completely different book now, but it was fun to watch the story take shape and see it kind of tell itself to me.
The next book I’m writing has taken about a year. I’m learning I can’t be rushed because I need to wait for ideas to come. As soon as I start forcing it, I can tell that I need to step away.
My goal is to get to the point where I can write a book, beginning to end, as perfectly as I can, in about four months. That’s probably safe. J
3. How do you come up with themes for your stories?
When I wrote Ella I had about a million different themes and it was so hard for me to narrow them down. But as I wrote, the most important themes sort of manifested themselves and helped me focus. When I started writing, it was about telling a fairy tale in a realistic way that people could relate to. Then, it was more about how we each need to discover our own worth. Then, it was about finding joy in whatever situation we’re placed in. Then, it was about exploring what true love really means and looks like. Also, the power of forgiveness. Those themes all ended up in there, but I think the theme for Ella is we all have great worth, and the most important person who needs to realize that is ourselves.
4. Do you have a schedule of when you write? 
I write while my son is at preschool and the rest of the boys are at school, so I have a solid six hours that are mine throughout the week. J But besides that, I’ll usually be doing my regular stuff and suddenly, everyone is happy and playing homework is done and I’ll say, “Hey! I can write right now!” even if it’s for about 13.2 seconds before someone needs me. If I don’t get to write during the day, I’ll try to squeeze it in before I go to bed. As I write this, I’m thinking I should probably look into that whole schedule idea.
5. How are you able to balance other aspects of your life with your writing?
I just go by this motto: People first, projects second.
6. What was the hardest thing about writing a book?
Ella was my first novel, and I decided to take the “fly by the seat of my pants” approach. I didn’t even know how it would end. That might sound silly to some people. “It’s the Cinderella story. Everyone knows how it ends!” they might say. But as I wrote I had to ask and answer deeper questions, like: “Did Cinderella really love the prince, or was she just escaping from her harsh life?” and “Should someone’s shoe size determine their destiny?” and “What if Cinderella had no fairy godmother? How would she solve her own problems?” I had to look at the story from a totally different perspective--no magic, watching someone who had been abused discover her own self-worth, explore what true love was--and really use the characters and story to explore human nature and what love really is. I had to kind of dig deep in a story that most of us accept as a sweet love story with a little magic in there. I do love that story, but to make it my own, while being true to the character of Cinderella, was a challenge. But I learned so much!
7. Where do you write?  
I write in my kitchen. I used to have a laptop--but it totally exploded and almost burned my house down. :) We were out of our house for three months this past Spring while everything got cleaned up and put back together. When we moved back home, we opted for a less-explosive desktop option. I loved writing all cozy in my bed late at night--before the laptop incident--but I also like this, though my chair isn’t as soft. :) Sitting up helps me focus, though.
8. When deciding on how to publish, what directed you to the route you took?
At first, I got the Writer’s Market book and went through that page by page, seeing what publishers published books like Ella. I had dozens of sticky notes all over the place and was very quickly overwhelmed. While I did that, I was also writing a query letter. Just the words “query letter” make me want to cry. But, I figured it out...once the blood on my fingers dried from all the drafts. :) After all those hours of searching through that book, I never did submit to any of them.
I started looking at books I owned that were the most like Ella. I looked at who had published them, looked them up online and saw what their submission process was like. I submitted directly to two publishers, who rejected me. (It kind of feels like dying.) And, just when I was ready to give up, a friend suggested Cedar Fort. Four months after I submitted, I got that blessed email that changed my life.

9. Have you gotten feedback from family about your book(s)? What do they think?
Well, I’ll just copy their comments here, so I can use their own words. I don’t want to blush. J
“I really loved this book! I thought that there have been so many Cinderella adaptations that I couldn't possibly be surprised by any more, but I was wrong! I won't go into too much detail so as not to have any spoilers, but I thought I knew the ending, and then I was doubting myself, and then I wasn't sure which ending I wanted, and then I was very satisfied with how it all worked out. The author did a great job weaving the story, revealing more details about the characters throughout, and making you understand them and root for them (or against them!). This is a feel-good story that I will want to read again every year, just like my Pride & Prejudice and Anne of Green Gables books. Ella Blakely is a new character that I can relate to and yet still aspire to be like, and I've added her to my favorite characters like Elizabeth Bennet & Anne Shirley.”
“I love this author! Cinderella is one of my all-time favorite stories. I love the twists to this story, the surprise ending, and the attention to detail. It was a less than 24 hour read for me. Couldn't put it down. You won't be disappointed. For old and young alike.”
“I am a huge fan of Cinderella retellings, and this immediately rose to one of my favorites. If I were to write a Cinderella story, this is exactly what I would have written! Being my favorite fairy tale (clichĂ©, I know), I've always had my peeves in parts of the story. Each of those was addressed in this re-telling and made me quite satisfied. While I adore Ella Enchanted and her reasons for obedience, I liked that this book was very realistic and her reasons were ones that every person can relate to. Ella starts as a good character, but with flaws. Again, like any regular person. She grows over the course of the book. She is stronger and more aware by the end, and still relatable. I think that was my favorite part of the book--how relatable everything was. Even if abuse or servitude is not something a reader is familiar with, they can understand it by the way the story is written.”
10. What kinds of things do you like to do outside of writing?
I am a mother of five boys, which means we play--anything--all day long. I love to sit and snuggle with them while they watch Wild Kratts or Curious George. I can’t sit and watch Power Rangers. I. Just. Can’t. So, I’ll go and play the piano and sing or read. I also love to play catch. I’m kind of amazing at it. ;) I love working in the yard. I’ve always loved to mow the lawn. I take my kids for walks and go to museums and story time. I’m always trying to love running and cooking. Trying.
I love movies. Our oldest is 13, and so my husband and I sneak off to the movies whenever we can.
11. What kinds of advice would you give to someone who wants to start writing?
Don’t be afraid! I was almost paralyzed by fear on so many occasions, and it was always when I was worried about what other people would say or think. When you just realize that you have something meaningful to say, that ONLY you could say...just say it! 
12. What is your favorite book? favorite author? Do you have an author that inspired/inspires you to write? 
I always, always go back to Anne of Green Gables, Jane Eyre, and Pride and Prejudice. I also throw in some Little Women and Gone With the Wind in there too. I guess you could say I’m a classics girl. I do really like to new stuff, and I’m entertained by it, but I am inspired by the old stuff, and a big part of me misses those “simpler times” and I wanted to bring a little bit of it to the present day.
It is so hard to choose a favorite author, but my favorite character is probably Anne Shirley. Here she is--an orphan, going from house to house, so lonely that she has to invent Katie, her window friend, and Anne still insists on seeing the beauty in everything! She is funny and spunky and imaginative and determined. I love and admire authors who are able to write such characters as these, but I would probably say I’m more motivated to write by their characters.
And also...Gilbert. J
13. Are you working on anything now? 
I am working on a companion novel to Ella. The first draft is done and now I’m getting down to the nitty-gritty. It’s the Ella story from a different perspective. I can’t say whose perspective just yet, but I will tell you--I love it and it makes me cry. :) I love seeing things from different perspective and I love to show what’s going on behind the scenes that the main character had no idea about. So much happened outside Ella’s little world as she was simply struggling to survive, and I really think readers will love it, and just might be surprised.

Teaser Tuesday: Bloodcraft (Bloodspell #2) by Amalie Howard @AmalieHoward @GCReading

Bloodcraft by Amalie Howard
Series: Bloodspell #2
Genre: Upper YA/NA (mature content), Fantasy
Publication: December 15th, 2015
Cover DesignerAlan Pranke

All magic has its price, and no one knows that better than Victoria Warrick. Gifted with a centuries-old blood curse, Tori has finally learned to master her blood’s demands and has emerged triumphant with Christian Devereux, a vampire overlord, at her side.

But the worst is yet to come …

In the infamous City of Lights, home to both the Witch Clans and the Vampire Council, Tori enrolls at the exclusive Belles Fontaines school in Paris, where she is faced with a devastating choice: choose Christian and be an outcast, or choose the coven and secure her place with the witches.

When the fate of the supernatural world is targeted by a sinister new threat, Christian and Victoria must unite their two warring species to defeat it. Their bond will be tested, twisted, and sorely weakened, and Tori will find herself in uncharted territory—a dangerous place to be when her blood’s magic has its own dark agenda.

But to save them all, she may have no choice but to invoke its deadly power.

Christian felt hollow as if someone had scooped out his insides with a trowel, leaving only the shell of his body behind. Love didn’t always conquer all—sometimes it fled in the face of fear. He didn’t blame her. War was coming, after all.  


Book #1, Bloodspell

The spell was simple...

Cruentus Protectum (Defend the Blood)

But what do you do if your blood is your enemy?

Victoria Warrick has always known she was different. An outcast at school, she is no stranger to adversity. But when she receives an old journal for her seventeenth birthday, nothing prepares her for the dark secrets it holds -- much less one that reveals she's a witch with unimaginable power.

What's more, when she meets the dazzling but enigmatic Christian Devereux, she has no idea how much her life is about to change. Enemies will hunt her. Friends will turn on her. The terrible curse that makes her blood run black will stop at nothing to control her. And Christian has a sinister secret of his own...

Without knowing whom to trust, can Victoria survive her blood's deadly desires? Or will she lose everything, including herself?

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AMALIE HOWARD grew up on a small Caribbean island (Trinidad & Tobago) where she spent most of her childhood with her nose buried in a book or running around barefoot, shimmying up mango trees and dreaming of adventure. 25 countries, surfing with sharks and several tattoos later, she has traded in bungee jumping in China for writing the adventures she imagines instead. She isn’t entirely convinced which takes more guts.

An aspiring writer from a young age, Amalie’s poem “The Candle,” written at age twelve, was published in a University of Warwick journal. At fifteen, she was  a recipient of a Royal Commonwealth Society Essay Award (a global youth writing competition). A Colby College graduate, she completed simultaneous Honors Theses in both French and International Studies, and graduated Summa Cum Laude/Phi Beta Kappa. At Colby, she was cited for research and criticism in Raffael Scheck’s article, “German Conservatism and Female Political Activism in the Early Weimar Republic,” and his subsequent book, Mothers of the Nation. She also received a distinction in English Literature from the University of Cambridge (A-levels) as well as a certificate in French Literature from the Ecole Normale SupĂ©rieure in Paris, France. Traveling the globe, she has worked as a research assistant, marketing representative, teen speaker and global sales executive.

agold-authorShe is the author of several young adult novels critically acclaimed by Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, VOYA, and Booklist, including Waterfell, The Almost Girl, and Alpha Goddess, a Spring 2014 Kid’s INDIE NEXT title. Her debut novel, Bloodspell, was a #1 Amazon bestseller and a Seventeen Magazine Summer Read. As an author of color and a proud supporter of diversity in fiction, her articles on multicultural fiction have appeared in The Portland Book Review and on the popular Diversity in YA blog. She currently resides in Colorado with her husband and three children. She is represented by the Liza Royce Agency and is a member of SCBWI.


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Monday, November 23, 2015

Blog Tour: Forbidden by Eve Bunting


Forbidden_hres.jpgTitle: FORBIDDEN

Author: Eve Bunting
Pub. Date: December 1, 2015
Publisher: Clarion Books
Format: Hardcover, eBook, & audiobook
Find it: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Goodreads
In early-nineteenth century Scotland, sixteen-year-old Josie, an orphan, is sent to live with an aunt and uncle on the rocky, stormy northwest coast. Everything and everyone in her new surroundings, including her relatives, is sinister, threatening, and mysterious. She's told that Eli, the young man she's attracted to, is forbidden to her, but not why. Spirited, curious, and determined, Josie sets out to learn the village's secrets and discovers evil, fueled by heartless greed, as well as a ghostly presence eager for revenge. An author's note gives the historical inspiration for this story.

Today we welcome Eve for an interview. So great to have you with us today, Eve. Take it away!
Did you always know you wanted to be a writer or did you want to be something else?
Actually, I didn't want to be a writer.  My ambition was always to be a nurse and I tried.  But a nurse who faints when she sees blood isn't very useful. So I gave up that idea. I didn't begin thinking about being a writer till I was fairly old.  And I'm still at it.  And getting older by the minute!
How long does it take you to write a book from start to finish?
A Y.A. novel, because of its length , takes longer to write than a short picture book.  Forbidden took almost a year to write.  My most recent picture book,Yard Sale took  about a month.  But the thinking part can be just as long.  Yard Sale lived inside my head for months before I was satisfied and could start writing.
How do you come up with themes for your stories?
Quite often the theme is the start for me. I'm pondering the story plot as I am out walking . Sometimes a theme is as simple as an old proverb. Practice makes perfect.  Persistence pays off.  Never give up.  Sometimes, if the theme is not obvious at the start it will come as the story progresses, growing out of the character's development.
Do you have a schedule of when you write? 
I don't have a schedule when I write.  I write when I want to, and that is usually every day.  Mornings are best for me. I've been known to leave the breakfast dishes in the sink.
How are you able to balance other aspects of your life with your writing?
Who says my life is balanced?
What elements do you think make a great story line? 
I think a great story  needs suspense, conflict,  true characters who speak believable dialog.
What was the hardest thing about writing a book?
How many books have you written so far? Do you have a favorite? 
I have written more than 250 books, from pre-school to YA.
Hard to pick a favorite.  I love them all.
Do you have a favorite character?
Since I was a young adult myself I have always loved Jane, in Jane Eyre.
Where do you write?  
I write in what we grandly call our "library."  Before my sons grew up it was their bedroom. It is lined with books.  (And also has an exercise bike that I'm supposed to use but don't.)
When deciding on how to publish, what directed you to the route you took? 
It took me a long time to research which publishers published what kind of book.  I read new children's books in bookstores, in the public  library and perused magazines such as Publishers Weekly. But after a while I pretty well knew who published what.
Have you gotten feedback from family about your book(s)? What do they think?
They brag.
What kinds of things do you like to do outside of writing?
I like to take long, thinking, solitary walks, preferably along the shore.
I like to go to lunch with my writer friends and talk about editors, contracts etc.  And of course, I love to read.
What kinds of advice would you give to someone who wants to start writing? 
If you seriously want to write, take a writing class.  I did.  That was how I started. If possible, find a class that's called Writing for Publication.
What is your favorite book? favorite author? Do you have an author that inspired/inspires you to write? 
I don't really need inspiration to write.  I just do it. (I've already talked about my favorite books and authors.)
Do you have any go to people when writing a book that help you with your story lines as well as editing, beta reading and such? 
No.  But I am part of a writing group and we criticize and help each other.  We meet every week.
Are you working on anything now? 
Yes.  I am working on a middle grade novel to be called The Wizard's Room. Wish me luck!
Thanks so much for stopping by today, Eve. It was great having you with us!
Eve.jpgAlso known as Evelyn Bolton and A.E. Bunting.

Anne Evelyn Bunting, better known as Eve Bunting, is an author with more than 250 books. Her books are diverse in age groups, from picture books to chapter books, and topic, ranging from Thanksgiving to riots in Los Angeles. Eve Bunting has won several awards for her works.

Bunting went to school in Ireland and grew up with storytelling. In Ireland, “There used to be Shanachies… the shanachie was a storyteller who went from house to house telling his tales of ghosts and fairies, of old Irish heroes and battles still to be won. Maybe I’m a bit of a Shanchie myself, telling stories to anyone who will listen.” This storytelling began as an inspiration for Bunting and continues with her work.

In 1958, Bunting moved to the United States with her husband and three children. A few years later, Bunting enrolled in a community college writing course. She felt the desire to write about her heritage. Bunting has taught writing classes at UCLA. She now lives in Pasadena, California.

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Tour Schedule:
Week One:
11/23/2015- The Cover ContessaInterview
11/24/2015- Book BriefsReview
11/25/2015- A Dream Within A DreamGuest Post
11/26/2015- Zach's YA ReviewsReview
11/27/2015- BookHounds YAInterview

Week Two:
11/30/2015- Just Commonly- Review
12/1/2015- Curling Up With A Good BookInterview
12/2/2015- Novel NoviceReview
12/3/2015- The Reading Nook ReviewsGuest Post

12/4/2015- Mundie MomsReview

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Stacking the Shelves #92

 photo STSmall_thumb2_zps82241b59.pngStacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews. It is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

Here's what I got this week!

Just one book from Random House Kids for review!


What did you get?

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Harper Teen Winter Tour: Redemption (MILA 2.0 #3) by Debra Driza @irish_banana @stephanieeclair @harperteen


Welcome to our stop on the Harper Teen Winter tour! I'm so excited to present to you with a book I am really looking forward to! I've read the other two books in this series (as ARCs, so you can imagine my wait for this one has seemed like FOREVER!). 


First of all, can I just say how gorgeous this cover is. You all know I'm partial to purple, so there's that. But it just ties in perfectly with the other two covers in this series!

Mila has been running for her life for so long. But there might be nowhere left for her to go. Especially now that she’s an incredible danger to herself and anyone who dares get close to her.

That’s why Mila has gone into hiding with her friend, tech expert Lucas. She can’t take the risk of hurting people worse than the way she hurt Hunter: the boy she’ll always love, the boy who might never forgive her for what she’s done.

But then Mila discovers that General Holland has plans that are an even bigger threat to humanity than she is. Mila must make a choice: either push aside her fears and fight him with everything she’s got...or turn her back on the world forever.

This last book in Debra Driza’s exhilarating and thought-provoking MILA 2.0 series will surprise and thrill readers to the very end.

Doesn't it sound FABULOUS? Why not add it to your TBR? I've provided you with the Goodreads link below!

And while you are at it, you could go ahead with your pre-order through one of the links below!

Buy links:

4581947.jpgI'm the author of the MILA 2.0 series and the owner of the messiest purse on the planet, aka: the black hole of doom. I think bow ties are cool and when I grow up, I want to be Veronica Mars.

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