Friday, December 9, 2011

Recap 12/3 to 12/9

In case you missed anything, here's a recap of what was posted Saturday, December 3rd through Friday, December 9th. 

The winners from the Historical Fantasy Jubilee have been announced on the HFJ blog. All winners have been contacted and confirmed.


Kiss of Frost (Mythos Academy #2) by Jennifer Estep
(Click on the links to go to my reviews)



What's Your Status?

A meme created by Zakiya from Butterfly Feet Walking on Life where we recap our reading week. Feel free to visit her site and link up your own What's Your Status Posts. Here's how my week went:


These are so much fun! They're like television episodes, with a shorter story resolved in each episode, but a larger arc spanning across the series. The first episode and the sequel are on sale right now for only $0.99 each!

Review to come

Currently Reading

The Red Queen's Daughter by Jacqueline Kolosov
The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott
Legend by Marie Lu 
(Click on the link to go to Goodreads)

I've been in kind of a reading slump and nothing has been clicking with me...until Legend. Now THAT I'm into! I might DNF the other two until I'm more in the mood for them (they are both good, just not what I want now).

Miss anything last week? Click here to read a Recap


  1. Oh, I had never heard of Borrowing Abby Grace, it sounds interesting.

    and your review of Kiss of Frost was AWESOME!!!!

  2. Neat blog.



  3. Oh, I keep hearing that Legend is good, so I'm really happy to hear you say that as well! I think I'm overdue for another action-packed dystopian read right about now.

  4. Alex, I really like the narrator's voice in Borrowing Abby Grace. The mystery was short and sweet, but there are a lot of questions in the overall story arc that I'm really curious about.

    Elizabeth, Thank you! I hope you enjoy your time here :)

    Danya, SO good! Oh my gosh, like, "WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE?!" kind of good. :D Definitely lots of action, and while there isn't much world building, that's more because the world is a mystery that we're slowly unraveling. But everything could be terrible and I would still love it because I adore these characters.

  5. Too bad Red Queen's Daughter isn't working for you right now. It looks interesting. Hopefully when you're in a better mood, it will be good.

  6. Alison, It's a little more fantasy and not enough historical for what I'm looking for right now. It's also the kind of fantasy where she mostly explains auras and the meanings behind different color auras or various precious stones. So good, but kind of dry. I will pick it up again at another time.


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