June was another big reading month. I tweeted most things and reviewed a few things too. Here’s the run down with a few other thoughts, particularly about smoking in YA lit. THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER by Stephen Chbosky, Tweet: PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER Stephen Chbosky – compelling read. Charlie felt ynger than … More June Reads, Book Tweets and Thoughts on Smoking in YA Lit.
OMG, May. What a month for authors who aren’t me. For some reason May was all about reading and not so much about writing. I hardly even blogged. I think because I started the month out by going to Vegas and maybe what happened in Vegas actually did stay in Vegas or something, along with … More People of Color Reading Challenge and Book Tweets.
For this week’s Road Trip Wednesday, YA Highway asks “what was the best book you read in April?”. I’ve been having a huge reading month (and a crap writing month but that’s often how it goes). With nearly a week left I have already read fifteen books. There were definitely some standouts and some that didn’t work … More ROAD TRIP WEDNESDAY – APRIL BOOKS
It’s been a slow reading month for me. I’ve been writing hard though, so that’s my excuse. That said, lots of the reading I’ve done this month has a funny story attached to it, so this Book Tweets post will have a little something extra. So early in the month everyone was talking about 50 … More BOOK Tweets – March 2012
For this week’s Road Trip Wednesday, YA Highway asks what was the best book you read in February? Compared to last month when I read 20 books, this month has been a bit pathetic. I only read six books. That’s a terrible total for me and my only excuse is that I’ve been writing quite a … More Road Trip Wednesday – February BOOK TWEETS
For this week’s Road Trip Wednesday, YA Highway asks what was our favorite book to read in January. Well, I’ve had quite the month. Including finishing A DANCE WITH DRAGONS I have read 20 books. The book-tweets are below, but I have the say the winner is BOY TOY by Barry Lyga. This book completely slayed … More Road Trip Wednesday – January Books
I’ve done a lot of reading this week. A LOT (not “alot”, which is in fact this kind of creature). And after this week of contention on the blogs about bad reviews and snarky authors I’d certainly like to throw a real flaming cannonball at someone, but in reality, everything has been pretty good. … More Book Tweets