Friday, June 29, 2012

The Friday Five

1. I'm looking for bloggers, authors, and readers who are interested in writing a guest post about their favorite independent bookstores. I'd like to breathe some new life into my Love My Indie feature. Last year, I had many wonderful guests posts from authors and bloggers, but this year I haven't been as diligent about requesting guest posts. I'd love to revive this feature on my blog. If anyone is interested in sharing why you love your independent bookstore, please fill out THIS FORM. Please and Thank you!!

2. I finally got to meet Heather from Buried in Books. We have been trying to make plans to meet up since last summer, but for one reason or another it didn't happen. We'd corresponded by email or on twitter, but never on the phone and when I called her, it was like we friends already. I guess because of the blogging community we already were. A family member who overheard our conversation said that she thought I was catching up with a long-time friend. It kind of felt that way. We are meeting up again tomorrow to explore some bookstores. I'm sure it will be a lot of fun.

3. I've started reading Kirsten Hubbard's Wanderlove. I'm only 50 pages in but I'm ready to grab my backpack and travel. It has ignited this adventurous spark that I want to pursue. I love being inspired to try new things from the books I read. A couple of summers ago, I tried wake boarding after reading Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols. The main characters in that book lived on the lake and went wake boarding almost every day. It sounded like a lot of fun so I gave it a shot. And that's about it. I never did get up on the board. I'll try again for sure, maybe by the end of this summer.

4. For 3 months I've been really good about keeping within my book budget. However, this month, I've blown it and since I'm going to some bookstores this weekend, I'm sure that it is only going to get worse. BUT I can say that in the previous months, I've stayed within my limits. I didn't go crazy and buy a book every time I had a coupon or some extra money or had any impulse buys. What made this month so different? I guess too many good books were released. I needed some new books for vacation (yeah, right) And I went to any multiple author event and didn't have any of their books so of course I just had to get a  few.  I don't think July and August will be any better, but the budget idea was good while it lasted.

5. This is what happens when your 8 year old niece decides where you are going for dinner. 

my husband and a lot of cotton candy
The Friday Five is inspired by Sarah Dessen's blog posts The Friday Five, aka The Five. Her blog on LiveJournal was the first blog that I ever followed. You can can now visit her posts at

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday: Confessions of an Angry Girl

"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:

Confessions of an Angry Girl
by Louise Rozett
Published by Harlequin
Publication Date: August 28, 2012

Rose Zarelli, self-proclaimed word geek and angry girl, has some CONFESSIONS to make... 

#1: I'm livid all the time. Why? My dad died. My mom barely talks. My brother abandoned us. I think I'm allowed to be irate, don't you?

#2: I make people furious regularly. Want an example? I kissed Jamie Forta, a badass guy who "might" be dating a cheerleader. She is now enraged and out for blood. Mine.

#3: High school might as well be Mars. My best friend has been replaced by an alien, and I see red all the time. (Mars is red and "seeing red" means being angry-get it?)

Here are some other vocab words that describe my life: Inadequate. Insufferable. Intolerable.

(Don't know what they mean? Look them up yourself.) (Sorry. That was rude.)
(from Goodreads)

Just a few posts ago I said that I wanted to cut back on memes, but I just discovered this book while perusing Netgalley and wanted to share. I'm not requesting it because it is coming out so soon (in just 2 months) and I think I CAN wait until then. I can think of a few teens in my life that I would like to read this book with (or at least encourage them to read it too).

Monday, June 25, 2012

Recommend A . . . book I think is funny

(altered from Chick Loves Lit
“Recommend A…” will have a new prompt every week, which Shanyn will have posted ahead of time on the Recommend A… page. All you have to do is Recommend with Chick Loves Lit on Mondays, following the prompt, and link up so Shanyn (and everyone else) can see what you’ve recommended!
 This week's prompt:
book you thought was funny
Kelsey Finkelstein is fourteen and FRUSTRATED. Every time she tries to live up to her awesome potential, her plans are foiled – by her impossible parents, her annoying little sister, and life in general. But with her first day of high school coming up, Kelsey is positive that things are going to change. Enlisting the help of her three best friends — sweet and quiet Em, theatrical Cass, and wild JoJo — Kelsey gets ready to rebrand herself and make the kind of mark she knows is her destiny.

Things start out great - her arch-nemesis has moved across the country, giving Kelsey the perfect opportunity to stand out on the soccer team and finally catch the eye of her long-time crush. But soon enough, an evil junior’s thirst for revenge, a mysterious photographer, and a series of other catastrophes make it clear that just because KELSEY has a plan for greatness… it doesn’t mean the rest of the world is in on it.

Kelsey’s hilarious commentary throughout her disastrous freshman year will have you laughing out loud—while being thankful that you’re not in her shoes, of course… 
(from Goodreads)
Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin is one of the funniest books that I've read so far this year. (From my review): "I loved this book. I loved Kelsey - she was real, fun, had a lot of heart, and could make fun of herself. Reading Kelsey, I was reminded of Jessica Darling from Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty and Ruby Oliver from The Boy Book by E. Lockhart - both characters that I love from books that hold a place in my heart because they take me back to that awkwardness of high school which, for me, really wasn't all that bad. I hope to read more about Kelsey in future books. I can't wait to know what happens her sophomore year." 

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday: Manicpixiedreamgirl

  "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:


by Tom Leveen
Published by Random House Children's Book
Publication Date: April 23, 2013


Sometimes the most dramatic scenes in a high school theater club are the ones that happen between the actors and crew off stage.

Seventeen-year-old Tyler Darcy's dream of being a writer is starting to feel very real now that he's sold his first short story to a literary journal. He should be celebrating its publication with his two best friends who've always had his back, but on this night, a steady stream of texts from his girlfriend Sidney keep intruding. So do the memories of his dream girl, Becky, who's been on his mind a little too much since the first day of high school. Before the night is over, Ty might just find the nerve to stop all the obsessing and finally take action.
(from Goodreads)

This description makes me want to read Manicpixiedreamgirl right now! I loved Tom Leveen's latest novel, Zero. (my review is here) If this book has me captivated as much as Zero, then I know I am in for an amazing read.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Recommend A . . . an Emotional Read

(altered from Chick Loves Lit
“Recommend A…” will have a new prompt every week, which Shanyn will have posted ahead of time on the Recommend A… page. All you have to do is Recommend with Chick Loves Lit on Mondays, following the prompt, and link up so Shanyn (and everyone else) can see what you’ve recommended!

 This week's prompt:

book that made you emotional

A young woman struggles to escape the shadow of her mother's addiction and neglect in this story from the author of "Such a Pretty Girl." (from Goodreads)

From my review, June 2011: Ordinary Beauty has left me a wreck. Never have I been left so emotionally drained from reading a book. While this may sound negative to some, it is one of the best feelings I can great from reading. I know this book and Sayre's story will be with me for a long time. You can read my entire review here.

Ordinary Beauty is a must read. If any of my readers have already read it, please me know if you have posted a review. I'd love to know what other's think about this emotional story.

Friday, June 15, 2012

The Friday Five

1. Earlier this week I confessed that I am in a blogging rut. Something happened in making that claim that freed me and invigorated me. Who knew that it would be that simple? Part of the lull that I was experiencing had a lot to do with the fact that I wasn't sharing that much about myself in my blog posts. I need more of me on my blog. While I will continue to share mostly books at Actin' Up with Books because this is a YA book blog, I plan to share more about myself too.

2. I have read some pretty incredible contemporary books lately. Most recently was Amy Reed's Crazy which I reviewed yesterday. You can read the review here if you are interested. For reasons that I didn't reveal in my review, the book spoke to me on so many levels. It helped bring some clarity and perspective to incidents in my life that I didn't fully understand. I love it when a book and give you something that you needed that you didn't even know that you were looking for. Crazy did that for me. I'd love for more people to read this book so I wanted to share that Amy Reed is currently hosting a giveaway for three copies of Crazy. You can check out the details and enter her giveaway at

3. I need to properly thank Ginger of GReads! for introducing me to one of her favorite bands (in not her favorite), SafetySuit. It all started with a tweet of a song she was listening to. Then there was a blog post, and then another tweet and then I started paying attention. I'm constantly in my Maroon 5 music haze (more about that here) but SafetySuit has really caught my attention and it really is all that I've listened to for the past 3 months. I couldn't even tell you what other music is popular right now. Songs of the summer? I couldn't sing along to a single one.  

Back in April I went to see them in concert with one of my best girlfriends, Lisa. It was such an amazing time and a ton of fun.  We even meet the band!! It was one of the best live performances that I have ever seen.

We told them that Ginger sent us and Tate was like "GReadsBooks, yeah she's great."  I love that they knew who I was talking about (I was tweeting her throughout the concert) and that I found about them because of this blogging community. Thank you Ginger!!

4. I've started to make plans for attending YALLFest this November. I'm checking out the hotels now and am saving all my pennies (and nickels and dimes and quarters). I've been to several author signing but nothing of this magnitude. I'm excited about meeting some of my favorite authors and attending the various panels and meet up with some lovely bloggers!

5. I finished the City of Bones audiobook earlier this week and it wasn't entirely what I expected. Did anyone else think that music was involved in The Mortal Instruments in some way or another? I guess I didn't read the synopsis before starting the book. I am a dork. That is all.

The Friday Five is inspired by Sarah Dessen's blog posts The Friday Five, aka The Five. Her blog on LiveJournal was the first blog that I ever followed. You can can now visit her posts at

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Review: Crazy by Amy Reed

Amy Reed
Published by Simon Pulse
Publication Date: June 12, 2012
Pages: 384
Source: Simon and Schuster Galley Grab

Connor knows that Izzy will never fall in love with him the way he’s fallen for her. But somehow he’s been let into her crazy, exhilarating world and become her closest confidante. But the closer they get, the more Connor realizes that Izzy’s highs are too high and her lows are too low. And the frenetic energy that makes her shine is starting to push her into a much darker place. 

As Izzy’s behavior gets increasingly erratic and self-destructive, Connor gets increasingly desperate to stop her from plummeting. He knows he can’t save her from her pain… but what if no one else can? (from Goodreads)
My Thoughts:

Amy Reed's third novel Crazy is by far my favorite of her books. Connor and Izzy meet during the summer while working at a kid’s camp and when they return to their homes not far from each other, but separated from a body of water, they decide to keep in touch. Through a series of emails,  IM's and a few journal entries (because Izzy WILL NOT talk on the telephone), we  see how their friendship continues to grow. It is clear from almost the very beginning that Connor loves Izzy even when he asks her about how to handle his current hook-ups/non-relationships.

Their email exchanges are often self-absorbed and they don’t always pay attention to what the other is trying to tell them. Intentions are misinterpreted. And yet there is a level of honesty in these exchanges. Connor and Izzy share some real insight into who they are. Izzy’s manic moments took me to a place where everything made sense and nothing at all made sense, but it allowed me to understand who she was and her struggles. Connor couldn’t always see it. He was blinded by his adoration of her and thought it was part of her charm, her eccentricness. He soon began to realize that there could me more in what she telling him in her emails and knew that it was more than he could handle.

It was very easy for me to like Connor’s character, but what I think solidified it for me was his relationship with his mother. Even though we only get to see her through his eyes, we get to know a lot about them. He is raised by his single mother and when his father left them, Connor assumed the role of care-giver to his mom. While they can have an open dialogue, Connor definitely is not a mama's boy. But the openness that they have allows Connor to realize that some problems are too big for him, or any teenager, to handle on their own.

Reading Crazy was an emotional experience for me. Very quickly, I cared about Connor and Izzy. I wondered if their friendship could survive beyond summer camp or would Izzy become so destructive that it would end their friendship beyond repair. I know that I’ve focused so much on their relationship here, but I want to say that this book is so much more than that. It is a deeper look into the life of a girl with an undiagnosed mental illness and her struggles with her family, her boyfriend, and her personal thoughts when something means everything and nothing all at the same time. I was brought to tears many times and at one point had to put to the book down to get it together and quit crying. It hit me on a personal level too opening my eyes to the mania someone experiences with bipolar disorder and how it affects the lives of those who love them.

This is a book that I will share with my friends and I’ve already bought a copy for my personal library to read again and again.

I would recommend to anyone who likes this book, or wants to read more stories involving mental illness, to read Life is But a Dream by Brian James.

Disclaimer: I requested and received the book for review from Simon and Schuster Galley Grab and I was not compensated in any way for providing a review. Thoughts and opinions are my own.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Hereafter by Tara Hudson

by Tara Hudson
Published by HarperTeen
Publication Date: June 7, 2011
Pages: 404
Source: Netgalley and purchased copy

Can there truly be love after death?

Drifting in the dark waters of a mysterious river, the only thing Amelia knows for sure is that she's dead. With no recollection of her past life—or her actual death—she's trapped alone in a nightmarish existence. All of this changes when she tries to rescue a boy, Joshua, from drowning in her river. As a ghost, she can do nothing but will him to live. Yet in an unforgettable moment of connection, she helps him survive.

Amelia and Joshua grow ever closer as they begin to uncover the strange circumstances of her death and the secrets of the dark river that held her captive for so long. But even while they struggle to keep their bond hidden from the living world, a frightening spirit named Eli is doing everything in his power to destroy their newfound happiness and drag Amelia back into the ghost world . . . forever.
(from Goodreads)

My Thoughts

I am writing this review after having read this book a second time. The first time I read Hereafter, which was a year ago, I'd just started reading paranormal stories and I really didn't know what to think about this book. I just couldn't wrap my brain around the idea that a ghost could have this relationship with a human. How is it possible? Do I even want to think of this possibility? It seemed a bit laughable, so I never wrote the review and shared my thoughts about the book. Now after reading it a second time, and several other paranormal books in between, can say that I am a fan on the genre.

Hereafter, Tara Hudson's debut novel, lets you wonder, can there be life and love after death. The novel begins during the reoccurring nightmare of Amelia drowning. Hudson's descriptive writing of these scenes pulled me into the water with Amelia and made me experience moments of panic over and over again. I love the water and swimming and I admit that these scenes made me feel a little anxious. 
I really did enjoy reading Amelia and Joshua's relationship. Their connection, attraction, and relationship happened almost instantaneously. This definite could have been developed more, but I was willing to overlook it and attribute it to Joshua's traumatic experience of dying and being saved by Amelia.  Their relationship isn't perfect - Amelia doesn't know anything about herself, how she died, if she killed herself - whether she is good or evil, and if she is evil, how can she be with someone as kind and good-natured as Joshua. 

Something that I think Hudson did well was create a villain who was despicable, but at the same time held my curiosity. We get to know Eli as more than just the bad guy tormenting Amelia.I didn't think he was completely evil, he seemed more lonely than anything else, but his smugness revealed that he definitely had more evil in him than good. 

Spoiler alert (you've been warned)
There were some questions that I had though and I hope they are answered in the next book, Arise.  Is Amelia more than a ghost? How is it that she can touch and feel Joshua in this state? Also when Eli says he loured Amelia to the bridge, how could she him if she was still alive when no one else could - if the living can see the dead if they've experienced death themselves and have been revived. 
End of the spoiler

I'm so glad that I took the time to reread this story. I am looking forward to find out what happens between Amelia and Joshua in the sequel. Can their love survive? Or will their love be destroyed by those who still view Amelia as evil and wish her to be banished from the living world.

Disclaimer: I requested and received the book for review from NetGalley. Additionally, I purchased this book for my personal collection. Thoughts and opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way for providing a review.


Monday, June 11, 2012

Book Club Discussion: The Selection by Kiera Cass

Not yet, but there will be spoilers. You have been warned.

Provisions and Paperbacks, my IRL book club, read The Selection by Kiera Cass a while back. As I mentioned in my previous post (you can read it here), I want to share some thoughts and ideas brought up during the book club and bring my blog readers into the discussion.

For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in the palace and compete for the heart of the gorgeous Prince Maxon.

But for America Singer, being Selected is a nightmare. It means turning her back on her secret love with Aspen, who is a caste below her. Leaving her home to enter a fierce competition for a crown she doesn't want. Living in a palace that is constantly threatened by violent rebel attacks.

Then America meets Prince Maxon. Gradually, she starts to question all the plans she's made for herself- and realizes that the life she's always dreamed of may not compare to a future she never imagined.

There will be spoilers. You have been warned.

I was so jazzed to read The Selection from the moment I found out about it because Kiera is a local author. I first learned of the book's author when my friend Carl gave me a copy of The Siren written by his friend, Kiera Cass. I've yet to read The Siren even though Carl asks me about almost every time he sees me. Here's the deal, I have this thing about books with characters with really unusual names. They are not my go to reads. I held off reading The Hunger Games WAY TOO LONG because I couldn't get over the names Katniss and Peeta. Oh man was that an idiotic decision. I LOVE that book (and the series). What does this have to do with anything, not much other than I could handle the name America Singer, so I suggested the book to my book club and they were all for reading it. Plus everyone thought it was cool that Kiera is a local author wanted to support her. We're in a pretty small town, so this was a little exciting.

Here are just a few of our thoughts:
  • The Selection was such a fun read. It wasn't The Best Thing Ever, but it was a good time - a good book club selection because it raised a lot of questions.
  • Some of my favorite parts were early on on the book when America would sneak off and meet up with Aspen in their little tree house. These moments made me like Aspen and their relationship. I was not in the majority on this one as most everyone else liked Maxon the best.
  • I still couldn't get over all of the names in and laughed to myself when someone else was introduced.
  • One club member was saddened by the fact that America was one of the selected because of the picture of her when she is so happy because she thinks that Aspen is going to propose to her. This also led us to believe that the selection of candidates wasn't as random as it claimed to be. 
  • The book was marketed as a combination of The Hunger Games and The Bachelor - of our club members, we've all read The Hunger Games but haven't watched The Bachelor - however most of us are fans of reality t.v.
  • The most memorable moment for me was America's first night in the palace and she starts to freak out and feel like she can't breathe and runs through the palace and reaches the gardens only to be stopped by the guards. I could feel her anxiety of feeling trapped in a situation that she doesn't want to be in. 
  • It was refreshing that Aspen and Maxon were both good guys. You didn't absolutely hate either of them and Maxon wasn't the arrogant prince of privilege that he easily could have been presented as being. You could argue that Aspen was a jerk for rejecting America, but the reader can clearly see his intentions.
  • We all wondered just how loyal America's maids were going to be. We've already learned of some of the rumors going around the workrooms which got one of the girls sent home. Will America's secret be exposed too? 
  • We want to know more about America's relationships with the other girls in the competition and know more about them too. It was good to see that the competition was quickly reduced from 35 to 6 (or was it 8?). Maybe this will allow us to see more developed relationships in the next book.
  • I wanted to know what books America was reading. It was mentioned several times that she was read or there were references to shelves of books, but no titles were mentioned. I want to know what books a girl like America would read. 
  • We discussed that the reviews are all over the place and that readers either really love The Selection or they really don't.

We talked about a lot more, but this book club meeting was over a month ago and this is all I can remember.

I'd like to invite readers to join in on the discussion and share your thoughts on The Selection BUT I do ask that you only make comments on this specific book in the series and that you don't reveal any spoilers for future books in the series (I don't think that will be an issue this time since the next book isn't out yet). Please and Thank you!

Saturday, June 9, 2012

What I Want (and don't want) my Blog to Be

I'm in a blogging rut. Just putting that out there from the very beginning. In the past 2 weeks I've posted one review, one book recommendation, and 2 giveaways and announced the winners - so not too much of anything of real substance. I've always said that you shouldn't make apologies for lack of posting or reviewing. That is not what this is. I've just lacked some inspiration. All of the ArmChair BEA/BEA posts this week have made me think a lot about my blog and what it has become and what I want it to be. And right now, it's not exactly what I want it to be. BUT what do I want?! WELL that's what I'm trying to figure out.

What I do want:
A place where I can share the books that I am loving. A friend who occasionally reads my blog (Hi Carl!) called me out a few weeks ago and asked me if I really LOVE every book that I read. He said that this all I over write about or tweet about. Books that I love. Well of course not, but I usually don't finish books that I'm not into when I know that there are just too many other books on my shelves that I can read. I don't review books that I don't finish, so there you go. And I wouldn't tweet about a book that I wouldn't want someone to read.

I do want: to be able to openly discuss plot and characters and specific events in books that would otherwise be deemed as spoilery in a review. A little less that a year ago, some friends and I started a book club, Provisions and Paperbacks, where we do openly discuss the selected book, other books we're reading, and many other random things. I've even started posting some of the discussion here, alerting readers that they are spoilery, and asking for some feedback to continue the discussion. There's been some response and I'm hopeful that as I continue to post these "discussions" there will be more.

I do want: to get caught up on all of my back-logged reviews. I hate to admit it, but I have to admit it, I have reviews to write that I committed to over a year ago. Yes, I am airing out my dirty laundry today. And the kicker is - I've already read many of the books. Some of them I accepted for review because, being new to blogging (at the time), I was so excited that an author or publisher wanted me to review their book. AND THEN THERE IS NETGALLEY. This was like SWEET TEA to me. (some people might say CRACK, but sweet tea is my addition) Anyway, I got behind on those reviews and still am trying to catch up. I've almost completely quit requesting from Netgalley. I do have 2 pending requests that I hope are granted. But if they're not, I understand - especially after reading this, because they are books that I would buy and read and share on the blog anyway.

I do want: a greater sense of community. I mean that is what brought me here in the first place. I want to get back to that. I know that commenting more will help for sure. I read over 100 blog posts a day. But would anybody know it - especially the bloggers whose posts I'm reading? Probably not, because I rarely comment. I suck.

What I don't want:
Followers who only stop by to enter giveaways. Now this is kind of tricky or maybe it isn't. I don't require people to follow my blog or me on Twitter to enter a giveaway. And I very rarely give extra entries for doing so. AND I love hosting giveaways. I sponsor almost every single one of them - and I do it for the pure joy I get for giving a book to someone or sharing a book by an author that I love and want to support. BUT, again, a lot of followers are only stopping by for the giveaways. So this gets in the way of what I want my blog to be. I KNOW I need to have some interesting content to get people to read my blog or my reviews. If it's not always there, what is going to keep people coming back? So this is something that I will be working on.

I don't want: this to be a place for just posting memes. I stopped my Teaser Tuesday posts a long time ago. Occasionally, I post my Waiting on Wednesdays picks, and I stopped participating in In My Mailbox back in late March. I stopped doing IMM because I realized that my book buying/obtaining habit was getting out of control and I thought if I stopped participated it would curb my habits. AND it definitely did. At the same time I established a Book Budget too. Both have made a huge difference and my wallet thanks me for it. Yet I'm finding that I miss sharing my books with my blog readers, but I don't know if I want to go back to In My Mailbox. I'll have to think about that one.

So where does this leave me? Well, I'm ready for a little overhaul. My blog will be 2 very soon and it is time for some changes. Maybe a new look. More open discussion posts, and a little more about me. 

Now in the little bit of time that it's taken me to get these thoughts out, I have a little more motivation. I hope it's enough to get me out of the rut.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

And the Winners Are . . .

The Winners Are . . . 


There were 374 entries and number 336 was selected.



There were 370 entries and number 173 was selected.

Winners were selected using and have been contacted by email and accepted their prizes.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by the blog to enter. I hope you continue to see what I have going on around here.

Friday, June 1, 2012

My Favorite Reads Hop

 My Favorite Reads Hop is hosted by I'm a Reader, Not a Writer and Rachelle's Writing Spot. I have so many favorite reads that it was hard to limit it down to one, so you will get your choice from three. I have fallen in love with Jeri Smith-Ready's Shade series and want to share it with my blog readers. 

The Prize:

ONE book (paperback) from the Shade Trilogy by Jeri Smith-Ready

 Shade or Shift or Shine

If you haven't started the series, then Shade is the one you want. If you've read Shade and are dying to know what happens next, then Shift is for you. And if you've fallen in love with Aura, Logan, and Zachary and want to know how their story ends, then Shine is a must have.

Giveaway Rules
 Must be at least 16 yrs or older
Open to US and Int'l (wherever Book Depository ships)
Following is NOT required 
Fill out the form below
one entry per person
Contest ends June 6th 2012 11:59 EST
                                       One Winner will be selected using

If you want to comment why you want to read any of these books, that would be fantastic! Sorry, no extra entries, but comments are cool!

This giveaway is now closed!!


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