Friday, April 29, 2011

Love My Indie with Author Sandra Brannan

Love My Indie is a feature where fellow bloggers, readers, and authors tell me about their favorite independent bookstores. I love the feeling I get when I go into an independent bookstore - like it is filled with hidden treasures just waiting for me to find them. Maybe one day I will have the chance to visit these amazing bookstores.

If you're interested in participating in this feature, please send me an email at actinupwb@gmail.com - I'd love to hear from you and discover your favorite indie bookstore! 
 

Showing some Indie Love today is:

Author Sandra Brannan


"As a debut author and just beginning my journey to visit the indies, I can already tell you choosing a favorite is painfully difficult!  Any Indie who is venturesome enough to invite a debut author into his or her store for a book event is tops in my book, since those are the ones I've met across the country so far.  Every one of them has been gracious, kind, and thoughtful, willing to open their doors, arms, and hearts to me and impart their knowledge of the industry.  Thank you for that!  Peggy Stout at Prairie Pages in Pierre, SD has been wonderful to this hometown girl. 

And what an experience Maggie and her team at I Love A Mystery in Mission, KS provided me!


Some of the best help I've received are from indies I haven't yet made it to, like Books Unlimited's Suzanne Harouff in Franklin, NC and Boswell Book Company's Maria Upichard in Milwaukee, WI, whose endorsement earned me the Indie Next List Notable for September 2010.   

So this South Dakotan is looking forward to skipping around the country in the years to come to meet all the wonderful indies, the respite for American readers these days!"



Sandra Brannan
Author of In The Belly Of Jonah, a Liv Bergen Mystery/Thriller
Lot's Return To Sodom, the second in the series, in stores 6/1/11
Visit Fanpage on Facebook or the official website at www.sandrabrannan.com !

Thursday, April 28, 2011

And the PUSH Spotlight Giveaway Winners Are . . .

The Winners Are . . . 

Prize 1 - You Remind Me of You and Splintering by Eireann Corrigan
Elisquared at Eli to the nth Power

Prize 2 - You Remind Me of You

Prize 3 - Splintering

There were a total 19 entries and using random.org, numbers 18, 17 and 2 were selected.

All winners have been contacted by email.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

PUSH Spotlight - Author Eireann Corrigan and giveaways End Soon!

My giveaway for books by Eireann Corrigan, an author you should know, is ending tomorrow. Her poetry memoir, You Remind Me of You, is one of my favorite books. It is raw, emotional, heart-breaking and eye-opening and I want more people to know about it. Also included in the giveaway is her verse novel, Splintering.

There are 3 prizes and there will be 3 winners.  Head over to the original posting HERE to enter. Good Luck!


Prize 1
 
a copy of You Remind Me of You
and Splintering

Prize 2
a copy of You Remind Me of You

Prize 3
a copy of Splintering

Sunday, April 24, 2011

In My Mailbox (30)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme run by The Story Siren which explores the books that have been delivered to our mailbox or doorstep or directly into our hot little hands.



 For Review:
 Max and Menna by Shauna Kelley

Purchased:
The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide by Stephenie Meyer

Swapped:
Diary of a Crush: Kiss and Make Up by Sarra Manning
Paperback Swap
Gifted:
Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers
Thank You!

I can't wait to see what everyone got this week.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Love My Indie with Author Amanda Brice

Love My Indie is a feature where fellow bloggers, readers, and writers tell me about their favorite independent bookstores. I love the feeling I get when I go into an independent bookstore - like it is filled with hidden treasures just waiting for me to find them. Maybe one day I will have the chance to visit these amazing bookstores.

Showing some Indie Love today is:

 Author Amanda Brice

Who doesn’t love an independent bookstore? As a rabid reader, I will happily buy books anywhere, but there’s just something special about an indie.

I was so sorry that hear that Joli doesn’t have an independent bookstore near her, but unfortunately that seems to be the story of our times. With even the big box stores stocking up with more and more non-book gift items and toys (and losing book shelf space as a result), the small local stores are finding it hard to compete.

My mom worked for years at a beloved independent bookstore in Northern New Jersey. It was such a fixture of the community, and she did a weekly children’s story and craft time, but unfortunately The Book Loft closed its doors for good this February.

I live in Alexandria, VA, and my favorite local bookstore is Hooray for Books (http://www.hooray4books.com/). It’s a fabulous children’s bookstore, that also has a thriving Young Adult section. The staff is helpful and courteous, and always has great suggestions for just the right book. Plus their program for the toddler/preschool set is great! We love taking our 16-month-old daughter to the story time. Once she’s 2, we’re going to start taking her to the French story time there.

I attended law school at Arizona State University, and while I was there, I discovered a delightful mystery bookstore called The Poisoned Pen (http://www.poisonedpen.com) in Scottsdale. It was great, because whereas most bookstores have a mystery section consisting of several bookshelves, at The Poisoned Pen it’s the entire store. As a result, they’re able to stock more obscure titles. I discovered many great cozy series that I probably never would have found otherwise, just because the shelf space was completely devoted to mysteries.

But probably my favorite bookstore of all time is Shakespeare & Co. (http://www.shakespeareandcompany.com/) on the Left Bank in Paris. Originally founded in 1919, this welcoming English-language shop was a gathering place in the ‘1920s for writers such as Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and James Joyce. In fact, American ex-pat and owner Sylvia Beach originally published James Joyce’s Ulysses in 1922, when it was banned in the US and the UK. The original Shakespeare & Co. closed in 1941 during the German occupation of Paris in WWII, but a new Shakespeare & Co was opened in 1951, where it remains today.

I just love this store, and make a habit to stop in if I travel to Paris. In fact, a store modeled on Shakespeare & Co. plays a big role in one of my unpublished YA manuscripts (Party Like It’s 1899).
Thanks Amanda for sharing your favorite bookstores. I visited the website for Hooray for Books and it looks like it would be a fun place. I think catering specifically to children and teens is a great idea allowing them to love books at an early age and encouraging them to grow into readers. And Shakespeare & Co. - how amazing is this store! Filled with history, I'm sure that it was an experience just walking through its doors.

Amanda Brice is the author of Codename: Dancer, a YA mystery released this week. She is the Vice President of Washington Romance Writers, and a two-time finalist for Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart® Award. In her day job, Amanda is an intellectual property attorney for a large federal government agency. She is also a popular conference presenter, speaking on basic copyright and trademark law for writers. You can learn more about Amanda and her books at www.amandabrice.net.

If you're interested in participating in this feature, please send me an email at actinupwb@gmail.com - I'd love to hear from you and discover your favorite indie bookstore! 
 

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Invincible Summer by Hannah Moskowitz

Noah’s happier than I’ve seen him in months. So I’d be an awful brother to get in the way of that. It’s not like I have some relationship with Melinda. It was just a kiss. Am I going to ruin Noah’s happiness because of a kiss?

Across four sun-kissed, drama-drenched summers at his family’s beach house, Chase is falling in love, falling in lust, and trying to keep his life from falling apart. But some girls are addictive....

Not your typical beach read.
(from Goodreads)







I love books about summer. And as I am longing for summer to hurry up and get here (yes, I know spring has just begun), this is the perfect book to read. Told from the perspective from middle-brother Chase, we get to look into the lives of the functioning dysfunctional McGill family.


Chase loves the summer, he loves the beach and his family, especially his older brother Noah. Every summer, the family vacations at their beach house where they spend the long days with their neighbors, the Hathaways - Melinda, Shannon and Bella. The story begins with Chase's 15th summer as he takes care of his deaf younger brother Gideon, out-of-control sister Claudia, and awaiting for the arrival of his new baby sister. He is having a good time catching with his friends, quoting Camus at any available opportunity but all he wants, more than anything, is for Noah to be around more - and for his parents to fight a little less.

The story continues with the family returning to the beach house every summer but as the years pass and the siblings grow older, Chase begins to realize that nothing can remain the same. Life gets more complicated, girls make it more complicated and summer can't last forever.

I loved this book so much. I loved the exploration of the dynamics of such a large family with each sibling playing to their respective roles. Claudia, too grown-up for her own good brought humor and a dose of reality to the family. I was worried about her, but at the same time her insight was refreshing. She could see through all the crap and let you know about it too.

Invincible Summer is a quick, but not light summer read. It will have you longing for hot summer days, the breeze coming off of the ocean, and a time that you will always want to remember and can never forget.

Invincible Summer is the second novel by Hannah Moskowitz. It is available now from Simon Pulse. You can visit Hannah's blog at http://hannahmosk.blogspot.com/

I requested this book for review from Simon & Schuster Galley Grab and this review is based on the Advanced Reading Copy.

 

Monday, April 18, 2011

Cover Reveal: Forsaken Harbor

I'm pleased to reveal the second book of the Summer Chronicles - Forsaken Harbor by Laura Kreitzer.

Here is the beautiful front cover:

and the back cover:


About the book:


SUMMER CHRONICLES BOOK II:
The Secret Clock Society has infiltrated every aspect of the government. You can’t hide from them, you can’t out run them—the only choice is to surrender or die fighting. Well, Summer’s found her voice and her confidence. She’ll fight if necessary, but for now she’s on the run. And the only place that can offer her refuge is the one city that’s been devastated with disease and death. Full of savages, Forsaken Harbor holds her life on the edge of a knife. Is there still hope to be found here after all? Or will survival mean savagery?

Forsaken Universe will be released on July 1, 2011.
Phantom Universe, Summer Chronicles Book I, was published on February 15, 2011 by Obsidian Mountain Publishing.

In February, Laura wrote a guest post on my blog to bring awareness to human trafficking. If you missed it, you can read that post HERE.

To learn more about Laura Kreitzer, check out her website at www.laurakreitzer.com

Sunday, April 17, 2011

In My Mailbox (29)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme run by The Story Siren which explores the books that have been delivered to our mailbox or doorstep or directly into our hot little hands.


 For Review:
The Goodbye Quilt by Susan Wiggs
Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park
Purchased:
Where She Went by Gayle Forman
The Girl Who Was On Fire ed. by Leah Wilson
Party by Tom Leveen
The Help by Kathryn Stockett

Swapped:
Plan B by Jenny O'Connell
Paperback Swap

Free E-book: 
13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
Wings by Aprilynne Pike

and a Puffin Postcard from Steph, My Girl Friday

I got a lot of really great books this week and to get 13 Little Blue Envelopes, a book on my wishlist, for free just tops it all. 

I'm interested to see what everyone else got this week. Happy Reading!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

I Rocked the Drop

On Thursday I Rocked the Drop! Along with readergirlz, Figment, and many authors, bloggers and readers, I dropped off books around my community for Support Teen Literature Day. In previous years, I always planned to do it but never have. Luckily with all of the tweets, this year it didn't slip past - I just had a late start. It was such a beautiful day that I didn't have to worry about books getting ruined by the rain. (A day later and there would have been some trouble).




My first drop was at the local family owned Gardner's Ice Cream Shop. It wasn't packed with people when I got there, but as I was driving away, there were several cars pulling into the lot.





The next drop was at Sonic drive-in. There usually are a lot of teenagers there, but as I pulled in and parked, the one family dining in the patio area got up and to leave. I few people watched from their cars but I didn't stick around long enough to see if anyone when and took the book.



I hopped back in my car and considered the next place to drop the next book. Our parks are pretty small and draw a younger crowd, so I didn't go there. As I was driving, I passed the skate park and thought that would be an awesome place to leave a book. But I couldn't figure out how to actually get to the skate park, so I just kept driving until I reached the

Parks and Recreation Center which was the third scene of the drop. It was filled with teens and I hoped that someone would have snatched it up. I should have stayed, but it was getting late and getting dark and had one more book to drop.








My last last drop was a Cold Stone. It was such a nice day, and it seemed everyone was out getting ice cream, I thought this was a perfect spot. I felt a little silly as a group of people watched me drop the book and take a picture and then walk away. But maybe, just maybe, one of them went over a picked up their free book.



This was so much fun and my only wish is that I would have taken more books to drop around town. I know next year I will prepare around of time and have a lot more books!

To check all of other places people dropped books, head over to readergirlz blog Photo Op. They are posting pictures, tweets, comments and videos.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday - Perfect


Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:





Perfect 
by Ellen Hopkins
Published by: Margaret K. McElderry
on September 13, 2011









Everyone has something, someone, somewhere else that they’d rather be. For four high-school seniors, their goals of perfection are just as different as the paths they take to get there. Cara’s parents’ unrealistic expectations have already sent her twin brother Conner spiraling toward suicide. For her, perfect means rejecting their ideals to take a chance on a new kind of love. Kendra covets the perfect face and body—no matter what surgeries and drugs she needs to get there. To score his perfect home run—on the field and off—Sean will sacrifice more than he can ever win back. And Andre realizes to follow his heart and achieve his perfect performance, he’ll be living a life his ancestors would never understand. 

Everyone wants to be perfect, but when perfection loses its meaning, how far will you go? What would you give up to be perfect

A riveting and startling companion to the bestselling Impulse, Ellen Hopkins's Perfect exposes the harsh truths about what it takes to grow up and grow into our own skins, our own selves. (from Goodreads)

Perfect is the upcoming verse novel of one of my favorite authors, Ellen Hopkins. Her novels are raw,emotional, and some of the best I've read. Perfect is the companion novel to my favorite of  all her novels, Impulse. This book is at the top of my "I Can't Wait for It" list. Once I get it, I'll make sure that it doesn't sit on my shelf for long!











Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Love My Indie with Author Susan Wiggs

Love My Indie is a feature where fellow bloggers, readers, and writers tell me about their favorite independent bookstores. I love the feeling I get when I go into an independent bookstore - like it is filled with hidden treasures just waiting for me to find them. But there aren't any independent bookstores where I live. This is why any time I visit a new town or city, I always search out the local indie scene. Since I don't have a lot of time to travel, I'm inviting my readers to tell me about their favorite independent bookstore. 

Showing some Indie Love today is:

Author Susan Wiggs 

 Eagle Harbor Book Company

 

Eagle Harbor Book Company has been a fixture in my town forever. It’s a bookstore, sure, but it’s also a community gathering place, with events for readers from eight to eighty. It’s not unusual to walk in on a Sunday afternoon and encounter a Viking or a giant rabbit. On a typical Thursday night, you’ll find literary stars from around the globe...or maybe you’ll find me! Or me and my daughter


Readers sometimes ask, "When is your next booksigning?"  

Thanks to Eagle Harbor, I have a virtual booksigning all the time! They fulfill reader requests for signed books any time of the day or night. Thanks, Eagle Harbor!




Author Bio: Susan Wiggs's life is all about family, friends...and fiction. She lives at the water's edge on an island in Puget Sound, and she commutes to her writers' group in a 17-foot motorboat. She's been featured in the national media, including NPR's "Talk of the Nation," and is a popular speaker locally and nationally.

According to Publishers Weekly, Wiggs writes with "refreshingly honest emotion," and the Salem Statesman Journal adds that she is "one of our best observers of stories of the heart [who] knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book." Booklist characterizes her books as "real and true and unforgettable." She is the recipient of three RITA (sm) awards and four starred reviews from Publishers Weekly for her books. Several of her books have been listed as top Indie Next picks and optioned as feature films. Her novels have been translated into more than two dozen languages and have made national bestseller lists, including the USA Today, Washington Post and New York Times lists. Her current book is The Goodbye Quilt, from Mira Books.

The author is a former teacher, a Harvard graduate, an avid hiker, an amateur photographer, a good skier and terrible golfer, yet her favorite form of exercise is curling up with a good book. Readers can learn more on the web at www.susanwiggs.com and on her lively blog at www.susanwiggs.wordpress.com.

Thank you Susan for telling me about your favorite independent bookstore. It looks like a wonderful place to visit. I checked out their website and they have a lot to offer! Kids Summer Reading Programs, reading and writing groups, and an In-Store Book Fair, what a great way to involve and support the community. 

If you're interested in participating in this feature, please send me an email at actinupwb@gmail.com - I'd love to hear from you and discover your favorite indie bookstore! 

Sunday, April 10, 2011

In My Mailbox (28)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme run by The Story Siren which explores the books that have been delivered to our mailbox or doorstep or directly into our hot little hands.



Gifted:
Anthropology of an American Girl by Hilary Thayer Hamann
Thanks Betty!

I'm so happy to get this book after signing up for the Random Acts of Kindness hosted by Book Soulmates. I've spent a bit of time at the bookstore reading some pages of it here and there. Now, thanks to Betty, I have a copy of my own!

Friday, April 8, 2011

PUSH Spotlight - Author Eireann Corrigan and giveaways

I completely missed the boat on last week's Top Ten Author's That Deserve More Recognition hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.  If I had been more on top of things and planned to write my post, I would have definitely put Eireann Corrigan at the top of the list. I have been a huge fan of hers for her long time. Her memoir, You Remind Me of You, written in a series of poems, is one of my favorite books. I'm pretty sure this is the first book form the imprint PUSH that I had ever read. If you're not familiar with PUSH books, I recommend that you check them out at thisispush.com

Eireann is also the author of Splintering, a verse novel, Ordinary Ghosts, and Accomplice.

Because I want more people to know about her, I have purchased some of her books to giveaway. There will be 3 prizes:

Prize 1
 
a copy of You Remind Me of You
and Splintering

Prize 2
a copy of You Remind Me of You

Prize 3
a copy of Splintering

You Remind Me of You (from Goodreads) A startling autobiographical account of a young woman's battle with eating disorders that put her in and out of hospitals over a span of four years and led to her own parents fighting for the right to commit her. When her last source of support, her boyfriend, attempts suicide and ends up in a coma, she is forced to find strength from within. A courageous story about the strange paths we take to recovery.

Splintering (from Goodreads) It's about the aftermath. It's about what happens after a stranger breaks into a house and attacks a family. It's about the sisters who must barricade themselves with their mother behind a splintering door while tethered on the phone to 911. It's about the father who nearly dies. It's about the son who hides in the basement. It's about the days, the weeks, the months. After. Told in alternating brother-sister perspectives, this is a powerful, moving story about a family that has its fa├žade shattered by a random act of violence and must deal with everything that is revealed underneath.

For a chance to win these books, fill out the form below. Winners will be selected on April 28th, 2011 using Random.org. The first person selected will receive Prize 1, the second person selected will win Prize 2, and the third person selected will win Prize 3. This contest is open to US Residents only. Good Luck!
 



Double Featured

This week I was featured on two awesome blogs.



I showed off my bookshelves for the Show Me Your Shelves feature at Red House Books. You can see my bookshelves here. I want to thank Emily at Red House Books for hosting this feature because it encouraged me to organize my shelves, get rid of some books, and realize just how many (too many books) I have.

and  I am this week's The Blogger Behind the Book at GReads!




I talked about some of my favorite authors, Maroon 5, and delicious cupcakes. Mmm cupcakes. If you want to see some cheesy pictures and learn a little bit more about me, check it out!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday: Every You, Every Me

Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:





Every You, Every Me
by David Levithan
Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers
September 13, 2011











In this high school-set psychological tale, a tormented teen named Evan starts to discover a series of unnerving photographs—some of which feature him. Someone is stalking him . . . messing with him . . . threatening him. Worse, ever since his best friend Ariel has been gone, he's been unable to sleep, spending night after night torturing himself for his role in her absence. And as crazy as it sounds, Evan's starting to believe it's Ariel that's behind all of this, punishing him. But the more Evan starts to unravel the mystery, the more his paranoia and insomnia amplify, and the more he starts to unravel himself. Creatively told with black-and-white photos interspersed between the text so the reader can see the photos that are so unnerving to Evan, Every You, Every Me is a one-of-a-kind departure from a one-of-a-kind author. (from Goodreads)

I love David Levithan! His books are fabulous. And two new books in one year, how sweet is that? 

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Love My Indie with Author Ellen F. Brown

Love My Indie is a new feature at Actin' Up with Books where fellow bloggers, readers, and writers tell me about their favorite independent bookstores. I love the feeling I get when I go into an independent bookstore - like it is filled with hidden treasures just waiting for me to find them. But there aren't any independent bookstores where I live. This is why any time I visit a new town or city, I always search out the local indie scene. Since I don't have a lot of time to travel, I'm inviting my readers to tell me about their favorite independent bookstore. Showing some Indie Love today is:


Indie Bookstores: Use ‘Em, Or Lose ‘Em

When I read on Joli’s blog that she doesn’t have an indie bookstore in her town, I felt so sorry for her. I grew up in the big-box suburbs of Northern Virginia and didn’t discover the joys of indie stores until my adult years, but now can’t imagine life without them. Whenever I travel, I always look in the phonebook for the nearest indie bookstore and try to squeeze in a visit. I’m blessed that my husband and sons share my love of a good bookstore – especially ones in musty old buildings with creaky hardwood floors.

Living in Richmond, we are fortunate to have a several excellent indies, including BBGB, a children’s bookstore. It’s our go-to place for birthday presents for my kids’ friends. When we stop by on the way to a party, we walk out minutes later with the perfect book, gift-wrapped. It’s not unusual for the staff to know the child whose birthday it is and to be able to rule out books he has already read or received as a present from somebody else. Crazy great, right?

I also have a special place in my heart for Fountain Books in downtown Richmond. It’s in a beautiful old building and is the kind of place that makes me feel lucky to live in this city. As a writer, I especially appreciate all that Fountain’s owner, Kelly Justice, does to support the literary arts in our community. She hosts tons of in-store author events and goes the extra mile to support events at local libraries and other venues. At monthly meetings of the James River Writers, our local writing group, Fountain is at the back of the room offering a host of interesting titles about writing and books by local authors. And, when my first book was released a few months ago, Kelly was my biggest cheerleader. In addition to supporting the book in her store, she has given me terrific advice on how the publishing world works. 

I also admire Kelly's fighting spirit. Despite all the doom and gloom news about the bookselling business, Fountain is working to keep ahead of the curve. Kelly recently hosted an open forum asking customers to tell her what she can do to keep them coming back. It’s no surprise to me that she is currently president of the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance.

In these crazy economic times, it’s essential that we show our support for indie businesses. If you are lucky to have an indie bookstore in your town, take advantage of it. As the old saying goes, if you don’t use it, you lose it.

Ellen F. Brown is co-author of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind: A Bestseller's Odyssey from Atlanta to Hollywood.  You can follow her on Twitter @ellenfbrown.

I love Fountainhead Bookstore. I've been there a few times when visiting family and they always have great recommendations. I haven't had a chance to go to BBGB, but I'll be sure to check it out the next time I'm in Richmond.

Thanks Ellen for sharing your favorite independent bookstores.

If you're interested in participating in this feature, please send me an email at actinupwb@gmail.com - I'd love to hear from you and discover your favorite indie bookstore!

Monday, April 4, 2011

And the Winner Is . . .

The Winner Is . . . 

Carol

She has won a signed copy of Memento Nora by Angie Smibert. I have already notified the winner and will be getting her copy at the Memento Nora Book Launch tonight! 


There were 60 entries and using random.org, number 50 was selected. Congratulations Carol! Thanks to everyone who stopped by my blog and entered.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Random Acts of Kindness - April sign- up




Book Soulmates is once again hosting the Random Acts of Kindness. I had so much fun with this last month that I decided to do it again. I did go a little overboard - my husband made several complaints about his many trips to the post office. I may not be sending out as many this month, but I will try my best to grant as many as I can because it makes me feel good. Simple as that.

My wishlist can be found HERE

If you want to participate, here is what you do (from Books Soulmates):

Rules:
• Sign up each month you'd like to participate in.

• Show off your participation! Grab one of the buttons available :)

• Create a wish list and post it in the Google Doc located in each R.A.K post for the month.
{Post on your blog, Amazon, where ever as long as there's a link to it.}

• If you choose to do a R.A.K for someone, check out their wish list and contact that blogger for their address.

• At the end of the month, SHOW US YOUR R.A.K!
Make a post saying 'Thank You' to whoever granted one of your wishes and share it with us :)

OPEN TO EVERYONE!
Let's keep our International bloggers in mind and in our hearts.
Remember, there's always the Book Depository and they offer FREE shipping!

Easy peasy!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Vanessa at
Twerd413 [at] gmail DOT com
or through twitter: @booksoulmates

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