Blog Tour: Iron Pendulum by Megan Curd Excerpt + Review + Giveaway

Iron Pendulum (Periodic, #2)Iron Pendulum by Megan Curd

Series: The Periodic Series (#2)

Published:  August 28th 2014


“A month ago, Avery thought the world ended outside Dome Four. Thought she was one of the few of her kind. Thought the war that brought the human race to the brink of extinction was over.
But a month can change everything.
After fighting to escape a tyranny she didn’t even know existed, Avery has had to come to grips with all the secrets she’s uncovered. But more secrets continue to come to light, revealing how little of her world she truly knew. When evidence starts to show that Dome Four might be under siege, Avery knows what she must do.
Returning to the dome she longed to escape is a challenge for Avery, but now she knows there’s corruption lurking in the shadows. A massive steam shortage leaves half the dome without power, and people are falling ill. Dying.
And they’re blaming Avery.
A month can change everything. One more month could kill everyone. The clock is ticking.”


“Footsteps sloshed through the water and raced toward us.

Zeroes were in the tunnels, and they were dangerously close to the Alliance Headquarters. To Dome Four.

My heart clamored in my chest, catching the rhythmic pounding of feet hitting the cement. The water rippled and sloshed around my feet. Rats skittered back from where we’d come, abandoning the tunnel as fast as possible. I looked up, shining my headlamp down the abyss in time to see exactly what I didn’t want to come face to face with ever again in my life.

Burned men hurtled down the passageway in ragged military uniforms. Pieces of fabric clung to their charred bodies, melted onto their muscles like a new skin to replace their original flesh.

They tumbled over one another with no regard for their fellow comrades. Their snarls ripped through the air like wild animals, and they pushed one another in a battle to reach us first.”


I couldn’t be more than happy when I got the chance to become part of the Irom Pendulum blog tour. When I read Steel Lily last year, I wanted to have this book in my hands right away. Now I finally have and I’m here to share my thoughts on it without spoiling it because, guys, you should definitely start this series if you haven’t done so yet.

It embarrasses me to say that even though Steel Lily was one of my favourite books of 2013, by now most details from the book were hazy in my mind and I had to check my notes from before to remember some of the things that had happened. I didn’t remember some characters and that is a no no when you’re reading a sequel. I probably should have re-read book 1 but unfortunately, I had no time to do so if I wanted to post the review in time. That being said, I’m sorry if this review isn’t as thorough as it should be.

In Steel Lily, Avery and her friends had managed to escape Xander and went to work with the rebels, led by Lexie. In Iron Pendulum, the group’s objective is to enter doume four and try to stop Xander’s horrendous experiments. In Steel Lily, we got to meet the Zeros, people from WWIII. Now, we have a new development: in one of their excursions trying to get into the Doume, the friends encounter a familiar Zero, one of Avery and Alice’s classmate, Chase. It seems Xander’s experiments are evolving and things are starting to become even more ugly. Adding to that, when they reach Doume four, it seems everyone blames Avery for the lack of Steam.

However, Avery’s powers are evolving and new abilities start to surface. I loved how every character seemed to grow. Avery is still that always honest, direct girl I couldn’t help but love in Steel Lily. Alice is still a tiny bit annoying but I loved her banter with Jaxon. Oh god, that was hilarious. In the beginning, Jaxon is trying to be everyone’s hero but it’s Avery who gets to save the group from several Zeros, creating a, poo typhoon in the sewers as Alice says. Obviously, the girl had to savour the chance to joke about Jaxon’s poor figure covered in crap (her words, not mine). One of the things that proved that my memory sucks ass, was me not remembering the fact that Jaxon had dreadlocks. Don’t ask me why, but when I started reading Iron Pendulum, I forgot all about his appearance and thought he looked like a nerd. Sad, sad, sad. Despite that, I still gushed about his and Avery’s relationship as it developed and grew. The phases, the increasing intimacy and trust… Yup, Jaxon is still up there in my book boyfriend list.

I wanted to say so much more but I don’t want to spoil the book. Let me just say that Curd’s writing style is still as much addictive and enticing as it was. It’s simply but vivid. The reader is right there with Avery and the group. Go pick The Periodic Series up if you like the dystopian genre. It’s one of the best out there, in my opinion. I haven’t stopped bugging my friends about it, trying to get them to read it, so it’s legit!

4 Chibis


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About Megan Curd:

Author photoMegan Curd is a graduate of Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota. While having always enjoyed reading any books she could get her hands on, Megan didn’t begin writing until a friend encouraged her to do so while in college. When not writing, Megan enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Photography, traveling and snowboarding are hobbies she loves, and she doesn’t turn down the opportunity to play xBox with her brother and friends when it presents itself. Megan currently resides in Ohio with her husband and son, where she is trying to convert them into Buckeye fans.

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Blog Tour Schedule:

August 26th

Book Lovin’ Mamas – Excerpt

Fabulous and Fun – Excerpt & Review

Once Upon a Twilight – Excerpt & Review

Coffee Books & Art – Excerpt

August 27th

The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club – Excerpt & Playlist

A Book Vacation – Excerpt & Review

Becky on Books – Excerpt

Born To Read – Excerpt & Review

August 28th

Adventures in Writing – Guest Post & Review

In between The Pages – Excerpt & Review

Let Me Be Fictional – Excerpt & Review

Bibliophilia, Please – Excerpt

August 29th

Roxy’s Reviews – Excerpt & Review

A Dream Within A Dream – Excerpt & Review

Paperback Cowgirl Reviews – Excerpt & Review

SassyCat’s Books Review – Excerpt & Character Playlist

August 30th

Book Sense – Excerpt & Review

Loves All Things Books – Excerpt & Dream Cast

Girl in the Woods Reviews – Excerpt & Review

The Small Nerd – Excerpt & Review

August 31st

Ashley’s Paranormal Book Blog – Excerpt & Review

One Guy’s Guide to Good Reads – Excerpt & Review

deal sharing aunt – Excerpt & Interview

Chibi Reader – Excerpt & Review

September 1st

GenGen’s Book Blog – Excerpt & Review

Resch Reads and Reviews – Excerpt & Review

Shelfspace Needed – Excerpt & Review

This Redhead LOVES Books – Excerpt

September 2nd

The Revolving Bookcase for Young Readers – Excerpt

Dowie’s Place – Excerpt & Review

Istyria book blog – Excerpt & Review

The Bearded Scribe – Excerpt & Review

September 3rd

Addicted Readers – Excerpt

Shayna Varadeaux Books & Reviews – Excerpt & Guest Post

K.R. Grace – Excerpt & Review

Mercurial Musings – Excerpt & Review

September 4th

Avid Reader Musings – Excerpt & Review

Bookinfatuation – Excerpt & Review

Out of Time – Excerpt & Review

Morgan Wylie~Author – Excerpt

September 5th

Fabulous and Fun – Excerpt & Interview

A Cup of Coffee and a Book – Excerpt & Review

Reading Between the Wines Book Club – Excerpt

September 6th

The Rest Is Still Unwritten – Excerpt & Review

Write Away Bliss – Excerpt & Review

Racing To Read – Excerpt & Review

September 7th

Such a Novel Idea – Excerpt & Guest Post

The La La Land of Books – Excerpt & Review

paranormal book club ( PBC) – Excerpt & Review

The Book Beacon – Excerpt & Review

September 8th

Much Loved Books – Excerpt & Review

Life Between the Pages – Excerpt & Review

Reading on the Farm – Excerpt & Review

Shelves of Books/ Reading For Fun – Excerpt & Review

September 9th

Books for a Delicate Eternity – Excerpt & Review

The Bookie Monster – Guest Post & Review

Dizneeee’s World of Books – Excerpt & Review

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Blog Tour Review: He Belongs with Me by Sarah Darlington + Giveaway


Author: Sarah Darlington
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
He Belongs With Me
Identical twins, Maggie and Clara Ryder, both grew up with Leo Maddox, billionaire playboy, apparent alcoholic, and heir to his grandfather’s world-famous Maddox hotel empire. Their roles were cemented long ago: Maggie, as his best friend and Clara as his childhood nemesis.

But when a simple twist of fate changes everything and both girls start to fall for the lean, mean, ridiculously sexy and seemingly spoiled Leo… which girl will win his heart?

Throw in a little mischief, drama, and one smoking-hot bartender and lines are sure to blur. But one thing’s for certain, neither good-girl Maggie nor rebellious Clara will be satisfied until they each figure out where they belong. 

He Belongs with Me is one of those book that makes me want to scream from rage and hug the author at the same time. Yup, it’s a difficult book to review for me because there were parts when I wanted to sing from joy from how cute they were but then something would come up that would ruin my good mood. Argh! Now one thing that really made my mood sour is the cover. They could have come up with something better, it does the book no justice.
So, He Belongs with me is told in dual POV. That can be a little distracting for some people who prefer a single POV but let me tell you, it worked perfectly here. I loved the transitions from POV to POV and it gave something more to the book. However, I must admit, I liked Clara’s POV the most. Although I started by liking Maggie, the good sister, more, I grew attached to Clara and ended up, well not hating, but disliking Maggie a little. I might say actually that Maggie is the “bad” sister ahaha She has done a boobjob, she’s more of a flirt, all of that, while Clara is more true to herself, she doesn’t take shit from nobody and is actually a good person on the inside. They both are! They are both amazing characters and you either love them or hate them and that’s it.
This book had a simple premise and when you read the blurb you think “love triangle” but don’t go there, it’s not a love triangle. What you get are two love stories, one beautiful that makes you want to become one of the characters  and the other might be a little disappointing. I feel like Maggie’s story is less touching. Basically I wanted to read mostly Clara’s story, it wouldn’t be a bad thing to read a book only about Clara (sends subtly a message to Sarah Darlington *wink**wink*). This may be due to the fact that I want a Leo for me. Leo… Leo… Leo… I WANT ME SOME LEO! He is perfect, he is so adorable and gahhh
Now Dean… I imagine a hippy Dean, or maybe Kristin Baxter’s ex-boyfriend from Last Man Standing. He made me frustrated and I don’t even know why. Also, don’t put a child out of nowhere in a story. I don’t like children (yes I’m a monster) and I don’t want to read about them, sorry.
anyway, He Belongs With Me has an interesting story that starts to get addicting towards the end. I was always switching sides, not knowing which sister I should support. Unfortunately, some things they did were just sad and upsetting, they acted like 13 year olds… Clara is an emotional mess and Maggie tries too much to become, I don’t know, a southern belle (Hart of Dixie everyone). However, I couldn’t not get sucked up in their plots and mess, even though it was obviously how the book would end. It was easy to know how the story would end but it was a nice read either way, kind of perfect for this shitty days with shitty weather. He Belongs with Me is the book you want to read all snuggled up in the couch on a rainy day.

3.5 Chibis


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About the Author:
Sarah Darlington lives in the DC metro area, is married to her high school sweetheart, and currently spends her time chasing around a very active toddler. As a former flight attendant, she misses the days of pantyhose, galley gossip with good friends, and traveling to new places. In the future she’d like to return to that career, but, just as flying gets into your bones, so does writing. Whenever she gets a free moment these days, she writes.
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Blog Tour: Review of The Devil’s Tattoo by Nicole R. Taylor + Giveaway

Hi guys! Welcome to my stop for The Devil’s Tattoo blog tour organized by Xpresso Book Tours!


The Devil’s Tattoo by Nicole R. Taylor
Publication date:  
September 1st 2013
Contemporary Romance 18+


“Zoe Granger picked up her first guitar the day her heart was smashed into a billion pieces. It was a way to keep her mind off her inevitable downward spiral, but music soon became her escape. She’s been burned too many times to tell and is just happy to coast through life, never putting herself out there. That’s until her best friend Dee suggests they start a band and suddenly she finds herself not just a part of it, but fronting the whole outfit.

They call themselves The Devil’s Tattoo and when they release their debut EP, it rockets to the top of the charts and it’s like an overnight fairytale. Contracts, photo shoots, royalties and interviews are heaped onto the shy Zoe and it’s like she’s finally found her place. Then comes the phone call that changes everything. They’ve been asked to co-headline a tour with one of the hottest bands of the moment, The Stabs and Zoe will never be the same again.

Will Strickland is one fourth of the hottest indie rock band to ever grace the airwaves. He’s the bass player in The Stabs, hot as hell and could have his pick of any girl that flings herself at him. But he’s only got eyes for Zoe and she has no idea why he’d bother. She’s got one hell of a trust issue and an attitude to boot and Will seems to be the one who wants to tame her, but is he game enough?

The Devil’s Tattoo and The Stabs go on the road and it’s either going to be a highway to hell or a stairway to heaven. Only time will tell who will come out on top and Zoe’s determined to do it without getting her heart broken… again.”

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The first thing I thought when I finish this book was “I want to listen to some good rock music”. I don’t really know why but I love reading books about bands and rock/heavy-rock music and when I saw The Devil’s Tattoo I knew I had to try be a part of the tour. And good thing I did apply, guys, this book gave me the feels and the chills. And now I’m talking like this… Okay! So, The Devil’s Tattoo is about Zoe, a woman who has been through a difficult situation before (sorry guys, no spoilers in this review!) and found music as a way of finding relief. Turns out she has real talent and her best friend Dee ask her to form a band with him and some friends. Now, the most important thing in this review: how cool of a name is The Devil’s Tattoo. I don’t know if there is a band with this name out there but if not, shame!!! Freaking amazing name for a band I tell you.

Anyway, then appears Will Strickland, the bassist of The Stabs, one of the hottest indie bands out there. Unfortunately, Zoe obviously hates indie music (and guys) because she’s a rock girl through and through. But somehow, she ends up in one of their concerts after being magically attracted to Will after seeing him one night at a bar. Ka-boom, insta-attraction. This I can deal with, it happens, just not insta-love. Since they get signed under the same agency they end up going on the same tour (not gonna tell the details of this, trying to stay away from spoilers but this is unbelievably hard! Okay, so Will has also been attracted to her since that night at the bar and asks to make The Devil’s Tattoo go on tour with the Stabs). And so begins the story of The Devil’s Tattoo and Zoe’s possible new love life.

First of all, I must say, I want a friend like Dee. Just go find me one. He’s amazing, adorable, and one of the best main character’s best friend I have ever read. He’s the one who is always there for her and I like him a lot more than Will but what can we do?

One thing that I really liked about The Devil’s Tattoo was how the author didn’t make the main characters say I love you to each other in every page of the book. Ok, their relationship is not an easy one due to Zoe’s past, however, they never made a huge 180º degree change in personality which is what usually happens in most books. However, even though it was represented well, I didn’t really like Zoe and Will’s relationship. At least not until the end of the book, maybe that’s why I didn’t give this book a 4? Will was the epitome of what I don’t like in a guy sometimes, and Zoe, argh, girl just move on. The past doesn’t make a person entirely. Okay, you were a bit traumatized but Will showed you you can be loved, you can trust people. Just get over with it. I actually liked her certain escape to the museum, it was pretty inspiring and relatable. Also, Zoe, girl, why you put up with Will when he does certain things? These aspects made me feel angry but a good kind of angry? The Devil’s Tattoo might have some frustrating moments but in the next page there is always something that would make my heart melt a little, be it Will’s showing Zoe he loves her, Zoe showing a bit of her past, Dee’s lovely way of protecting his friends or even the funny moments between band members. But I’ve gotta say, my favourite scene, apart from the museum one, is probably the radio interview.

The Devil’s Tattoo proved to be a really addictive contemporary book (I kid you not, I was thinking about the review I’d have to write while reading the book, I just wanted to see how it ended). I recommend it to everyone who likes books about music (YES PLEASE!), yummy guys and a romance that makes you feel all kind of feelings.

3.75 Chibis




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2 x Signed Postcard Pack and The Devil’s Tattoo Band Sticker
5 x Ebook Copies of The Devil’s Tattoo (mobi or epub)

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Author’s Info:


Nicole R. Taylor is an Australian born paranormal, fantasy and contemporary fiction author. She is a graduate of the University of Ballarat Professional Writing and Editing programme and is a former music memorabilia sales person and grocery merchandiser.
She currently lives in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia with a two year old rescue cat named, Burger. She enjoys reading, writing (of course!), traveling and a little too much chocolate. One day she hopes to sky dive, but has to work up the courage first.

The first in her new paranormal fantasy series, The Witch Hunter Saga is available in e-edition and print from March 20th 2013

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Tour Stops

October 28th
GingerRead Reviews 
The Book Bellas
The Book Hookup
Sinfully Sexy 
A Novel Affair [book blog]
Claire’s Book Corner
Up All Night Book Addict

October 29th
A Diary Of A Book Addict
The Book Enthusiast
Turning the Pages
Shayna Renee’s Spicy Reads 
Louisa’s Reviews
Bookworm Brandee
The Blushing Reader
Gin’s Book Notes
Musings From An Addicted Reader

October 30th
New Adult Addiction
Liezel’s Book Blog
SBookLover Reviews 
My Seryniti 
True Story Book Blog
Chibi Reader
The Book Barbies
Two Ends of the Pen

October 31st
Lost in Ever After
Book Nerds Anonymous
Donnie Darko Girl 
Raw Books 
My Little Cosy Corner
Paper Cuts 
Book Cracker Caroline
kimberlyfaye reads

November 1st
I Write, I Read, I Review
Starbucks & Books Obsession
Dr. Pepper Diva
Not Everyone’s Mama
Because reading is better than real life
Phantasmic Reads

November 2nd
Booking It With Hayley G
Romance Addict Book Blog
We Love Kink
The Suburban Eclectic
Why I Can’t Stop Reading
Margay Leah Justice 
The Biblio-Files (Confessions of a Book Whore)


Blog Tour + Review: Steel Lily by Megan Curd

Hi everyone! Welcome to my stop of the Steel Lily blog tour! Be sure to check the others blogs at the tour listed on the schedule at the end of the post!

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Steel Lily by Megan Curd

Genre: Dystopian


AVERY PIKE is a commodity. No, more than a commodity. Her existence is guarded at all costs.

She’s a water Elementalist, the strongest of her dwindling kind. She creates steam to provide energy to fuel Dome Three: the only thing standing between humanity and an earth ravaged by World War III. No steam, no Dome. No Dome, no life.

Or so she thinks.

That is, until a mysterious man offers her a way out of having to donate steam. A way to escape the corrupt government of Dome Three. While the offer seems too good to be true, Avery is intrigued.

But when she arrives to her new home, she realizes the grass isn’t any less dead on this side of the fence. Instead, the lies are just hidden better. Which means digging deeper.

When Avery enlists the help of her friends to uncover the truth, it may make her wonder if she was better off being a government tool than searching for freedom.

Some secrets are better left concealed, but humankind was never meant to live in a cage. And when you can control the most sought after resource, you can learn to control anything…including the fate of your world.

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By now I’ve read my share of dystopias. The Hunger Games were my introduction to the genre and then only few other series managed to keep me a fan of this type of books. It was with great joy that when I finished reading Steel Lily I just wanted to read book 2 to be ready by my side so I could just pick it up and start reading it, too. Believe me when I tell you that Steel Lily is like a piece of candy that you’ll love and won’t be able to stop eating.

Steel Lily is about Avery, a girl who has the ability of making water turn to steam and because of that she is called an Elementalist. Basically. everyone lives in a world where WWIII has taken place and destroyed everything. Energy is not the same and they live off the steam the Elementalists make, or so is thought (no spoilers here 😉 !!!!). When faced with a certain situation, Avery and her friend Alice have to move out of the Dome they in. And that’s when things begin to move forward and give way to a beautiful and not so smooth journey in Avery’s world.

Avery kind of won me over right in the first character so she might have clouded my judgement of the book from the beginning (I’m obviously joking but I really liked her!). She just says whatever she wants and doesn’t back down, even when older students or even teachers at school make fun of her or try to make her do things. I just loved the first chapter because there she shows her personality right away and we learn that there is no bullshit with her. Oh, how so many girls could learn from her in real life…

We meet so many interesting characters throughout the book, too! Oh guys, the love interest. Yeeshh, he is up there in my book boyfriends list, and that’s kind of a tough list to enter! Jaxon is kind of different from other boys in books. From his physical description he would probably be like a secondary character or the bestie, at least that’s what I think from other books I’ve read and that’s one of the things that make him unique. He says what he thinks, just like Avery and I just want to see what will happen to them in the future. Then there is Sari and Alice who become major characters in the plot development. I loved Sari but Alice, Avery’s best friend from the dome, annoyed me some times… I would talk about many more characters but they are for you to discover in case you choose to read the book.

There were not one but several plot twists (YAY!). They don’t make your head hurt, don’t worry, they are really well introduced and only make the story even more intricate at the same time that it makes you even more entranced with it.

Steel Lily is, for now, one of my favourite dystopias and for any fan out there who likes this type I can only say: read it and prepare yourself to be enchanted.

5 Chibis

Author’s Info:


Megan Curd is a graduate of Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota. While having always enjoyed reading any books she could get her hands on, Megan didn’t begin writing until a friend encouraged her to do so while in college.

When not writing, Megan enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She loves to snowboard and travel to new places, and doesn’t turn down the opportunity to play xBox with her brother and friends when it presents itself. Megan currently resides in Stanton, Kentucky with her husband, son, and Great Dane named Dozer.

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Tour Stops

August 12th

Into the Land of Books-Author Interview, Top Ten, Excerpt

Books For A Delicate Eternity-Review, Character Interview

Great Imaginations – Review

Little Library Muse-Excerpt

The “I Love Books Club”-Review

Enchanted Endpapers-Review, Interview

Girl in the Woods Reviews-Review, Excerpt

August 13th

A Book Vacation-Review, Guest Post/Top Ten, Excerpt

Indy Book Fairy-Review, Guest Post

This Is How It’s Supposed To Be– Review

Literary Meanderings-Top Ten List


ReadingToTheStarsAndBack-Review, Author Interview

Kaidans Seduction-Review, Excerpt

Shelves of Books-Review

The Book Town-Review

Secrets of Lost Words-Review

Frodo’s Blog of Randomness-Review

Istyria book blog-Review

This Redhead LOVES Books-Review, Excerpt

August 14th

SassyCat’s Books Review– Guest Post, Author Interview, Character Interview

Oops! I Read A Book Again– Guest Post/Top Ten, Character Interview, Excerpt

BookEnd 2 BookEnd-Review, Excerpt

Fabulous and Fun-Review

Momma Says Read-Review, Interview, Top Ten List (moved to 17th)

Live, Love, Laugh-Guest Post, Excerpt

Diamond & Coal Book Reviews-Review

Kate’s Tales of Books & Bands-Book Playlist

Dizneeee’s World of Books-Review, Guest Post, Excerpt

Faerie Tale Books-Review, Excerpt

The Social Potato-Review

Loves All Things Books-Excerpt

Book Nerd Dash-Review

August 15th

Upon The Wings of Greater Things– Review, Author Interview

Such A Novel Idea-Review, Interview, Excerpt

Shelfspace Needed-Review, Character Interview, Excerpt

the flirty reader-Review, Interview

Little Bookworm Reviews-Excerpt

Book Groupies-Excerpt, Top Ten

Addicted Readers-Excerpt

Little Bookworm Reviews-Excerpt

A Cup of Coffee and a Book-Review, Excerpt


Chibi Reader-Review

Bibliophilia, Please-Guest Post, Interview, Excerpt

Bodacious Bookaholic-Review

August 16th

TSK TSK What to Read-Review, Character Interview

bees knees reviews-Review

Books Forget Me Knot– Review, Excerpt

paranormal book club– Review, Excerpt

Book 2 Book-Review


Book Soulmates-Guest Post, Author Interview, Top Ten

Nook of Books-Review

Ramblings of a Writer-Review

Book Nerd Dash-Review

Racing To Read-Review, Top Ten List

Dear, Restless Reader-Review

Reads and Thoughts-Review, Top Ten List

August 17th

The Book Ninja-Review

Adventures in Reading-Excerpt

Life with Lesley-Review, Excerpt

The Reading Pile – Review

Reading Rainblog-Review, Guest Post, Excerpt

Becky’s Barmy Book Blog-Guest Post, Author Interview,Character Interview, Top Ten

Paperback cowgirl reviews-Excerpt, Top Ten List

Tamara’s Book Ramblings-Excerpt

August 18th

Black Lilies Are Deadly-Review, Excerpt

Reader Girls– Review, Top Ten List

Write Away Bliss-Review, Character Interview

Paperback Princess-Review, Author Interview, Character Interview, Top Ten List

abookandalattee– Review

Girls With Books– Review, Guest Post

Musings of a Blogder-Review

Manga Maniac Cafe-Author Interview, Character Interview

Blkosiner’s Book Blog-Guest Post, Author Interview, Character Interview, Excerpt, Top Ten

read more sleep less-Review, Interview

Resch Reads and Reviews-Interview

Hope, Faith & Books-Review

August 19th

My Bookopolis-Review & Excerpt

Mercurial Musings-Guest Post, Author Interview, Character Interview, Excerpt, Top Ten List

TeamNerd Reviews-Review, Excerpt

Brooke Blogs-Guest Post

JeanzBookReadNReview-Review, Interview, Excerpt

Jess resides here-Guest Post, Excerpt, Top Ten List

Working for the Mandroid-Review, Guest Post, Top Ten List

deal sharing aunt-Top Ten List

The Bearded Scribe-Review, Interview

To Read or Not to Read?-Review

The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club-Review, Interview

Mercy Amare-Review

Rose & Beps Blog-Excerpt

My Midnight Fantasies-Excerpt

Geek Goes Rogue-Review, Guest Post, Interview

Book Infatuation-Review, Excerpt

Project Read and Review-Interview, Excerpt

Two-Tall-Tales-Guest Post

Starlight Book Reviews-Review, Excerpt

Tamara’s One Stop Indie Shop-Review, Excerpt

The Book Diaries-Review

girls in the stacks-Review, Interview

Books For YA!-Review