Hello, everyone! after a brief (and unavoidable) delay, here is a recent interview that I had with author Suzanne Tyrpak!
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Hello, lovelies! My apologies for the limited number of updates this month. I'm currently on a pediatric hematology/oncology rotation, and as one might imagine, free time and sleep are rather thin on the ground. In any case,here is the next installment of books that I received in April (P.S. Don't forget to enter the three thriller giveaway! It ends in less than twelve days):
In this wildly entertaining book, we follow a thirteen-year-old as she tries to deal with missing parents, stalkers, alien invasions, and a crush on the boy next door. (Technically, he lives across the street and one house over, but who really keeps track of these things?) A mixture of spunk, obstinacy, and a dangerously underdeveloped regard for personal safety, Hazel is every bit the believable "tween", equal parts endearing and infuriating for the adult reader, though young adolescents may see in her someone with whom they can identify.
Friday, April 22, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
Saturday, April 09, 2011
Thursday, April 07, 2011
Hello e-world! This month, April showers e-books with three simultaneous giveaways. That's right, three! Thrillers, to be precise. Each one has earned 4.8 ҉ or higher on this blog. Trust me, you want to read these books. Click on the links for more information about each novel, or skip the shilly-shallying and enter straight away!
Giveaway ends 5 May 2011
Saturday, April 02, 2011
When one thinks of environmentalism and conservationism (and many other -isms), the image that comes to mind is often that of radicals changing themselves to trees or driving cars that run on vegetable oil. Larabeth McLeod is a far cry from these radical interpretations, a business-savvy woman with subtly effective interpersonal skills, positive support from the media, and a stalwart dedication to cleaning up a Wounded Earth. Unfortunately, her success has drawn the long-standing attention of a psychotic terminal cancer patient with a penchant for chaos and ample means to inflict his whims upon the world. A large-scale game of cat-and-mouse ensues, fueled by two great motivators: green Earth and green money.