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Month: October 2011

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B is for… Baba Yaga

You may remember I started an A-Z of mythology. Maybe not as I never got past the letter A. There is reasoning behind this as I wanted to feature Baba Yaga for the letter B and had plans to read the Canongate Myth, Baba Yaga…

Books In

Incoming!

AKA In My Mailbox So I got lax with posting my weekly incoming books. You may have been thinking I have been a good girl and have curbed the book hoarding but alas not. I’ve got little piles of review books that I’m not going…

Non-Fiction

America Unchained

I was after a bit of roadtrip inspiration and picked up Dave Gorman’s America Unchained off the shelves. After doing a US tour, he came home thinking he didn’t like America very much but his problem was that he had only seem the soulless corporate…

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Book Blogger Hop

This could be the last Book Blogger Hop @ Crazy For Books so I feel an obligation to join in… “What is your favorite Halloween costume? Even if you don’t celebrate, what kinds of costumes do you like?” I don’t go out much for Halloween,…

General Fiction

Harvesting the Heart

Paige’s mother left her when she was five years old. Now she is a mother herself could she possibly be capable of doing the same thing? She didn’t plan the pregnancy and she’s having trouble coping which isn’t helped by the fact her husband is…

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Halloween Giveaway!

If you liked the sound of the books on yesterday’s Top Ten Halloween Reads then this giveaway is for you. I’ll be giving the lucky winner their choice of scary read from my list. Choice of books: Dark Matter by Michelle Paver, Eutopia by David…

Horror, List, Top Ten

Top Ten Halloween Reads

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) is full of scary reads recommended for Halloween! Dark Matter – Michelle Paver An unsettling tale set in the isolation of an Antartic winter. Eutopia – David Nickle Blimmin creepy, I had trouble…