31 December 2011


By: Me, My Shelf and I | 31 December 2011 at 9:30 AM | | 3 Comments so far
It's Megan Duncan Day on the Blogaversary Extravaganza!

To see all 16 giveaways on the Blogaversary Extravaganza, Click HERE

We welcome Megan Duncan and her amazing Indie Books Released and Savor!
There will be a total of 4 winners for this giveaway!

* 1 Winner will get an Autographed Paperback of Released, book one in the Agents of Evil Series.
* 1 Winner will get an autographed copy of Savor, book one in the Warm Delicacy Series
* 2 Winners will each get a kindle copy of BOTH books!

To enter, follow the Raffelcopter forms below!

Paperbacks ship with in the US only, Kindle copies are International.

30 December 2011


By: Me My Shelf And I | 30 December 2011 at 12:01 AM | | 4 Comments so far
It's Sherry Gammon Day!!!

Welcome Sherry Gammon to the blog today for DAY 15 of our Blogaversary Extravaganza!!!
Sherry has graciously offered my wonderful readers 
one AUTOGRAPHED paperback and ONE eBook of Unlovable (Port Fare #1) 

Port Fare, New York, has fallen into the clutches of true evil. The Dreser brothers have arrived with a scheme to increase drug sales in the area by whatever means possible. Seth Prescott is part of MET (Mobile Enforcement Teams) a branch of the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration). He's been assigned to work undercover at Port Fare High, and things aren't going very well, until senior Maggie Brown enters the equation. He's harbored a secret crush on her from day one, and now that she is in the center of the case, he's trying to stay clear and objective while walking the line between business and unrequited love.

Maggie is truly the poster child for Heroin Chic, complete with jutting bones and dark-ringed eyes, but is she an addict, or is there another reason for her appearance? She struggles with her feelings for Seth, fearing he is just another person who will eventually let her down, as everyone in her life has done thus far.
Maggie has spent her life caring for her alcoholic mother. A task that has left her heavily burdened and alone. Before long, her mother's health takes a turn for the worst, sending Maggie's life into a tale-spin.

While Seth works relentlessly to inject fear into the dealers and flush them out into the open, Maggie fights to stay alive as the hunt turns deadly.

Seth and Maggie's romantic journey is one of humor, heartbreak, and self-discovery.

 Paperback ships in US
eBook is open internationally!

29 December 2011

{Book Review} Living Violet

By: Me My Shelf And I | 29 December 2011 at 1:31 PM | | | | | 1 Comment so far


Living Violet
Cambion Chronicles #1
Author: Jaime Reed
Pages: 304
Release date: December 27th 2011
Source: Teen Book Scene Tour
Publisher: Dafina
Rating: 4 Birds

He's persuasive, charming, and way too mysterious. And for Samara Marshall, her co-worker is everything she wants most--and everything she most fears. . .
Samara Marshall is determined to make the summer before her senior year the best ever. Her plan: enjoy downtime with friends and work to save up cash for her dream car. Summer romance is not on her to-do list, but uncovering the truth about her flirtatious co-worker, Caleb Baker, is. From the peculiar glow to his eyes to the unfortunate events that befall the girls who pine after him, Samara is the only one to sense danger behind his smile.
But Caleb's secrets are drawing Samara into a world where the laws of attraction are a means of survival. And as a sinister power closes in on those she loves, Samara must take a risk that will change her life forever. . .or consume it


We are proud to be on the Living Violet blog tour put on by The {Teen} Book Scene as the 14th stop with a review. Please stop back on the 14th of January for a Multi-Character Interview as well!
For all the stops on the tour please click the tour banner!

Let me start off by saying that Samara Marshall is my favorite kind of character! Funny, snarky and quick witted! She really shines and makes this book all the more better! Seriously, I giggled, and even stored some comments away for personal use…lol.

Another high point for me, as I tend to see this all the time and I tire of it so quickly is – THERE IS NO LOVE TRIANGLE IN THIS! Weeee! Okay, it’s not like I don’t like books with them, it just seems that every single books has one in some fashion. The lack of one in Living Violet is really refreshing, and shows me how strong of a writer Jaime Reed is to have a full, intriguing story with twists and suspense with out needing the added help of tossing in the love triangle. *Up Top Jaime! High Fives for you!*

Living Violet is a fantastic start to a series, I can promise you I will review the rest of. A nice NEW paranormal book that had elements to it I wasn’t expecting and had not yet seen. In a world where almost every angle has been covered for Paranormal books, this was better than great.

Character development was amazing, I never felt I was losing anyone, even the smaller, secondary characters. Almost all of which carried the same upbeat and sarcastic personality of Samara with out being redundant or over used.

If you got any cash or gift cards to a book store for the holidays I suggest popping in and picking up Living Violet! Worth the read and you won’t be disappointed!

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By: Me My Shelf And I | at 12:01 AM | | 6 Comments so far
It's eBook Giveaway Day PART 2!

*throws confetti*

Okay, back to the good stuff *wink* Yesterday I gave away some awesome eBooks from Indie Authors I am thrilled to call my friends, and today I'm giving away 10 - YES TEN other great books published in 2011 in eBook form!!! (PLEASE see the details listed below and read them BEFORE you enter!)

Don't want to wait and enter...you can click HERE for a link to all these books at .99 and buy them up!

Bumped by Megan McCafferty
Entwined by Heather Dixon
Hereafter by Tara Hudson
Lucky by Rachel Vail
The Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood
Ten Things We Did by Sarah Mylnowski
Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
The Unidentified by Rae Mariz
The Vesper by Jeff Sampson
Withering Tights by Louise Rennison

The Details: Winner will get a $10 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes and Noble to download these books at .99. They have until 1/30 to get these books at this price. INTERNATIONAL ENTRIES are accepted, but the .99 price is only good in the US and Canada so should they win a $10 gift card for a novel of their choice will be given.

28 December 2011

{Book Review} My Monster Burrufu

By: Me My Shelf And I | 28 December 2011 at 5:00 AM | | | | 1 Comment so far


My Monster Burrufu
Author: Alberto Corral
Illustrator: Alessandra Sorrentino
Format: Paperback
Pages: 104
Publisher: Petite Grande Idee
Published: April 28, 2011
Genre: Children’s
Rating: 5 Birds

Seven-year-old Olivia has just moved to a new house — the same house where a lonely monster named Burrufu lives hidden in a secret attic. One night, unable to resist the smell of delicious cookies, Burrufu sneaks out and is discovered by Olivia. The two soon learn that you can find friendship in the most unexpected places. 'My Monster Burrufu' is a story of overcoming fear, a curse, and a most unusual monster who learns from a little girl how to trust his heart

Given a chance to read a children’s book, I was a little hesitant at first.  But knowing I have nieces and a nephew who will be getting into books very soon made me think “You know what, I need to read a few kids books to see what’s out these days!”

This book is incredibly cute – and from the view of Olivia who’s just seven years old, it gave me a new outlook on the way children see things.  She has to move to this strange house where she has no clue what will happen…but she’s good for anything as long as it’s with her dad. 

So a monster?  In a house?  It’s true.  But where does this monster live, and how does he get out?  Cookies are the answer in a way.  Once Olivia learns that there’s this ‘thing’ living in her house, she does whatever she can to find out what…or who…it is.  She’s such a vibrant little girl, trying to learn anything and everything she can about this monster.  All Olivia wants from this monster is to be his friend.

Can this little girl get to know a monster who wants nothing to do with the outside world?  You’ll just have to read it and find out.

I’d highly recommend this book to kids, and even to parents who want to use it for story time!  I loved reading it and seeing the illustrations!

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By: Me My Shelf And I | at 12:01 AM | | 5 Comments so far
eBook Giveaway Day - Part One!

It's Day 13 here on the Blogaversary Extravaganza for you kids keeping track at home! Today is part one of an eBook giveaway that will extend into tomorrow and surely fill your eReader with amazing Titles! Today we are giving away some AMAZING Indie Authors eBooks that I have had the pleasure of reading this year!

We have THREE possible winners for this contest and be sure to list for me in the entry form the order in which you'd like to win them....1, 2, 3  so I know which is the top of your list and such. 


And the books are:

Sleepers (The Swarm #1)  by Megg Jensen

SET of books from GP Ching both The Soulkeepers AND Weaving Destiny

Descended by Blood by Angeline Kace

27 December 2011

{Book Review} Asha in Time


Asha in Time
Author: Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney
Format: eBook
Pages: 143
Publisher: Self Published
Published: May 31, 2011
Rating: 4 Birds

She was special. Her parents knew that; though it was not her sable hair, her wide amber eyes, but the fact that she had memories of things she could not possibly know. She remembered the palace of ancient Thebes, the palace pharaohs and queens had walked in. Finally, on her thirteenth birthday, she would find out where her memories were born. She would return to ancient Egypt to get her answers, but she had no idea that he was waiting for her.
She'll have to use all her wits and wiles to find her way in Egypt and into his heart without destroying herself.

Once again, thank you to The {Teen} Book Scene for this tour.  If you remember, we got to ask author Mandy what songs conveyed the feeling of Asha in Time HERE. Now we also have the privilege of posting a review. Be sure to check out all the other author guest posts and reviews on this tour by clicking the banner!

My take: A short synopsis always makes me curious…and when they use the words “ancient Egypt", it makes me even MORE curious.  So I thought, hey why not?  Good choice on my part!

Asha in Time was filled with so much mystery, desire, and everything that makes you think “how did they even manage?”  Learning this story about a girl who’s taken from one time to another as a baby, then thrown back to her original life when she turns thirteen was a strange turn of events.  And finding Solada and Fisher who are just these simplistic nobody’s that end up in this crazy world…pretty amazing.

Not only is this a story, but a telling of life from different perspectives.  The thing I think that surprised me was how differently each person sees things.  In life, people will see things differently, but from the perspective of a modern world person placed into an ancient time, it’s easy to see just how unlike her normal world ancient Egypt really is.

There’s such rich history throughout the story – from the descriptions of the different areas that each character ventures through, to the telling of religion, general beliefs and what everything really means.

Not wanting to give the story away, I think everyone should just give it a shot to see why I found this story intriguing.  It’s like solving a mystery, but finding a life, a way home, and meaning all in one. 

Ok so maybe you’re not looking at this going “I need to read this…right now.”  But at least consider expanding your horizons and put it on your TBR pile!

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By: Me My Shelf And I | at 12:01 AM | | 5 Comments so far
It's ARC Giveaway Day!

It's day 12 ALREADY in the Blogaversary Extravaganza and I have 3 ARCs from this past year that everyone wanted!!! Now they are up for grabs!
The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
Half-Blood -
by Jennifer Armentrout
Carrier of the Mark
- by Leigh Fallon

Open to US Entries Only
Click READ MORE to see the entry form

{Yearly Recap} Rosmelie

By: Me My Shelf And I | at 12:00 AM | 1 Comment so far

Top Five Books I've Read This Year

1. Hearts at Stake by Alyxandra Harvey – This book restored my love for Vampires, and though I don’t/won’t read all books about vampires, this one just did me in like no other!
2. Sister Mischief by Laura Goode – The first book I read where someone in it was a lesbian – and knew it before going into adulthood.  I loved every single thing about this book.
3. Divergent by Veronica Roth – This dystopian society book was absolutely perfect!  I completely fell in love with different characters throughout the story.
4. The Boyfriend Thief by Shana Norris – Simply wonderful, feel-good read.  And then getting a playlist to go along with it?  It was incredible.
5. Angel Burn by L.A. Weatherly – Another restoration in my love for another fandom – angels, fallen and good.  Even with the lengthiness of it, I never felt a dull moment!
And shh, I’m adding a number 6!
6. Radiate by Marley Gibson – Though this one doesn’t come out until next APRIL, it was the perfect book to make me go through all sorts of emotions. The best part, it was based on a true story.

Books I Had High Hopes For But Didn't Love

Cameo the Assassin by Dawn McCullough-White – Despite having this wonderful idea, that’s all the story was…the way it was written and plotted just didn’t make much sense to me.
Lorelei and the Sirens by Aaronni Miller – I thought the concept of Sirens would be this amazing read because I love mythology – but it was kind of a letdown on how it flowed
The Sharp Time by Mary O'Connell – The name Sandinista was what originally drew me in to the story, but upon reading it…that was really the only ‘cool’ part.
Don't Fear the Reaper by Michelle Muto – The book got so boring with the main character drudging on and on about the fact she was dead.

What Blogging Taught Me This Year

Blogging has taught me to let go on reality from time to time, but not too much.  It’s taught me how not to give a review and give the book away fully at the same time.  Blogging has also made me realize – time management is necessary!  All in all, blogging taught me ways to be me, without caring if it pissed other people off.

Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2012

You know, there are about a million and one books I want to read next year, and dwindling it down was REALLY HARD!
Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg – You know you want to read it too!
The Lies That Bind (The Liar Society #2) by Lisa and Laura Roecker
Truth (XVI #2) by Julia Karr
Underworld (The Abandon Trilogy #2) by Meg Cabot
Insurgent (Divergent #2) by Veronica Roth
That Wedding by Jillian Dodd


I’m actually giving two because I couldn’t choose between them:

“A friend drops their plans when you’re in trouble, shares joy in your accomplishments, feels sad when you’re in pain.  A friend encourages your dreams and offers advice – but when you don’t follow it, they still respect and love you” – Doris Wild Helmering

“Childhood is not from birth to a certain age and at a certain age
The child is grown, and puts away childish things.
Childhood is the kingdom where nobody dies.” – Edna St. Vincent Millay
Though it’s part of a poem, it’s become one of my favorite things to hear.

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26 December 2011


By: Me My Shelf And I | 26 December 2011 at 12:01 AM | | 1 Comment so far
It's Lori Culwell Day!

It's day 11 of giveaways for the Blogaversary Extravaganza - can you believe it!? Today I am giving away an Autographed paperback copy of The Dirt by Lori Culwell. I love this author and her upbeat, contemporary novels - I know you will too!!!
The Dirt is her second YA novel, you can find her first, Hollywood Car Wash on Good Reads!

Lucy Whitley cannot wait to get out of Palm Desert. It’s not a place for a frizzy-haired science nerd, particularly when her fashion-obsessed older sister Sloane is the head of a clique of pretty girls who rule the school – and practically the whole town.

Fortunately, life is about to change forever. Lucy’s dad is getting re-married, and then she can transfer to a boarding school in Connecticut, escaping all the mean girls and the endless whispers about the Whitley family scandal. Everything is going to be perfect – as long as the wedding goes smoothly.

Open to US Entries Only
Click Read More to find the entry form

25 December 2011


By: Me My Shelf And I | 25 December 2011 at 12:01 AM | | 2 Comments so far
It's Shelley Workinger DAY!

It's DAY NINE on the Blogaversary Extravaganza and we have a great AUTOGRAPHED copy of Settling (Solid #2) by Shelley Workinger.

To see all the contests currently running for our Blogaversary CLICK HERE

At the beginning of the summer, Clio Kaid was one of a hundred teens brought to a secret Army installation. But it was no ordinary camp and they weren’t ordinary kids…

Picking up where “Solid” left off, Clio and her friends realize that they aren’t ready to go home; they’re determined to stay on campus and continue their journey of self- discovery. But someone doesn’t feel the same way and will do anything to drive them away – even kill.

Friendships will be tested, abilities will evolve, and more secrets will come out as the teens race to stop the killer before he sets his sights on one of them…
 Open to US Entries Only
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24 December 2011


By: Me My Shelf And I | 24 December 2011 at 12:01 AM | | 3 Comments so far
Day 9 is Swag-a-Liscious here on the Blogaversay Extravaganza!

To See a full list of current giveaways running for the Blogaversary CLICK HERE

Okay, a total of 13 winners on this one day people!!! Here's the break down!

1 - Tote Bag signed by Jennifer Laurens + a T-shirt (author of Heavenly, Nailed + more)
2 - Brodi Ashton (Author of Everneath) Sets, signed bookmark (signed on back) and a guitar pick - one is on a necklace, one is not...
10 - Bookmark Swag Sets....ALL will include the Indie Arutor set, and a smattering of the ones shown in the other shot. All random...but you will get at least 15+ book marks in this!!!

Jennifer Laurens Swag Pack

Brodi Ashton & The Everneath Swag Sets

 Random Author Book Marks to be added in to all 
those who win the INDIE AUTHOR bookmarks

Indie Author Bookmark Sets, ALL Signed but one.

23 December 2011


By: Me My Shelf And I | 23 December 2011 at 9:59 AM | | 2 Comments so far
It's Random Book Pack Day on the Blogaverxsary Extravaganza!

Click HERE to see a full list of all the giveaways currently happening to celebrate our Blogaversary!

Do you all remember back a few months ago I went to that huge Half-Priced Book sale, and filled up wagon loads of books??? Well when I got home and sorted and stored my books I found I bought duplicates of 4 of them! LOL - so these four books are making up the RANDOM BOOK PACK for today's giveaway!

Princess in Pink (The Princess Diaries #5) by Meg Cabot hardcover
Jessica's Guide To Dating on the Dark Side by

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{Guest Post} Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney

By: Me My Shelf And I | at 5:00 AM | | | Be the first to comment!

Today we welcome author Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney to the blog with a special post about her book Asha in TimeWe are the fifth on The {Teen} Book Scene tour for this book, and have a review coming up next week as well.  Be sure to click on the link or banner to view other amazing author posts and reviews!

We got to ask Mandy what ten songs she thought conveyed Asha in Time like feelings.  So without further ado, here they are!

1) Creep - Devon Barley and Rebecca Leobe

2) Hallelujah - Kate Voegele

3) Does He Love You - Kelly Clarkson & Reba

4) Only Girl (In The World) - Boyce Avenue

5) I’m The Fool In Love With The Fool- Mindy Mcready

6) Ooh Child - Beth Orton

7) Follow Me - Uncle Kracker

8) Save Tonight - Eagle Eye Cherry

9) Sex On Fire - Kings of Leon

10) You’re a God - Vertical Horizon

Thanks for stopping by, and don’t forget to come back on Tuesday the 27th when we’ll have a review of Asha in Time.

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22 December 2011

{Yearly Recap} VICKIE

By: Me My Shelf And I | 22 December 2011 at 11:30 PM | 1 Comment so far

Top Five Books I've Read This Year

1. The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter - Greek Gods, strange trials, twists and turns in the plot and a very attractive male love interest? Yes please!
2. Hourglass by Myra McEntire - All of your stereotypical YA-ness BUT! With characters that have personalities and an explation for insta-love!
3. Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park - I nearly died laughing at this one.
4. Wood Angel by Erin Bow - I sobbed when this was over. And three quarters of the way through it.
5. Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel - Vampires? No thanks! But Infinite Days really gives you an insight into Leah's mind and the sequel is right near the top of my to-buy list next year!

Books I Had High Hopes For But Didn't Love


Eve by Anna Carey - being a Dystopian junkie, I eagerly grabbed this one. Unfortunately the bland plot and cardboard characters really let it down.
Dark Eden by Patrick Carman - I was desperate to get accepted for this one on NetGalley - but the MC has the brain of a five year old and the plot is none-existent.
XVI by Julia Karr - There really wasn't much in the way of Dystopia in this. Apart from that, I don't actually remember much of it, except that it was pretty bad.

                       What Blogging Taught Me This Year

- Keep it simple
- Don't expect it to be easy
- Comment on everything that interests you. As long as it's meaningful.
- Enter EVERY giveaway

Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2012

(All Sequels!)
A Million Suns by Beth Revis
Fever by Lauren Destefano
Goddess Interrupted by Aimee Carter
Stolen Nights by Rebecca Maizel
The Springsweet by Saundra Mitchell
Interesting fact: The Vespertine by Saundra Mitchell was my first NetGalley book. I started reading it was like, wait, I can read all of this? Before it's published? For FREE?


“Reading is one form of escape. Running for your life is another.” - Lemony Snicket

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{Book Review} Flyaway


Author: Helen Landalf
Format: ARC
Pages: 182
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published: December 19, 2011
Rating: 5 Birds

Fifteen-year-old Stevie Calhoun is used to taking care of herself. But one night, her mom, who works as an exotic dancer in a downtown Seattle nightclub, never comes home.
That’s the night Stevie’s life turns upside down.
It’s the night that kicks off an extraordinary summer: the summer Stevie has to stay with her annoyingly perfect Aunt Mindy; the summer she learns to care for injured and abandoned birds; the summer she gets to know Alan, the meanest guy in high school.
But most of all, it’s the summer she finds out the truth about Mom.
FLYAWAY is the story of a teen girl’s struggle to hold on to what she’s always believed, even as her world spins out of control.

My take: Okay so I knew from the synopsis that this was one I absolutely HAD to read.  Why?  Because first of all the girl in the story is named Stevie, second, her mom has major problems (well at least from how I read the synopsis) and third?  Stevie’s forced to stay with her Aunt Mindy – who I didn’t really think could be all bad because what person is really that horrible in a book when described from the POV of a 15 year old?

The book started right in really, which was fantastic in my eyes.  It gave this sense of knowing Stevie’s life was far from perfect, and it only goes further from being perfect the more the first couple of chapters wind down.  Not only did I get to meet this girl who honestly, reminded me of my obnoxious self at that age, but this girl who’s had to learn to basically be on her own over a few years.

I think the most surprising aspects throughout the story were the people that Stevie typically surrounded herself with.  They were so like her mother’s friends that she was blind to it because she thought they were better.  Coming upon being with her Aunt Mindy, she still doesn’t see it and thinks her Aunt is just looking down on her.  What kid doesn’t feel that some adult is out to get them though…to make them feel like they’re nothing. 

The greatest thing I felt from the book came from the ending.  What happens is such a release, and a rebirth in so many ways that I was smiling (and admittedly slightly crying from happiness) that it was extremely moving.  The book is an incredibly quick read, and a great read to learning to understand the life of a teenager with a druggie mother.

Don’t forget, you can win a copy of Flyaway HERE – the contest is open to US residents and will close on 12/29.

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{Character Interview} Aunt Mindy from Flyaway

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We’d like to welcome Aunt Mindy from Flyaway to our blog today.  As part of the tour for The {Teen} Book Scene, we were able to garner a special interview with the woman who ended up taking care of her niece after abandonment left Stevie alone and uncared for.


What made you decide that taking in your niece would be the right thing to do?

It wasn’t really even a decision – I just knew I had to do it. I’ve always loved Stevie and have worried endlessly about my sister’s ability to give her the kind of home she needs. When the opportunity came along to take care of her, I jumped at the chance to be involved in her life.

Do you see a lot of yourself reflected in others that surround you?

If you’re asking if I see myself in my sister, I’ll have to say no. June and I have always been very different. She seems to seek out trouble, where I’ve always tried to live a stable, positive life. But if you’re asking if I see myself in Stevie…well, maybe a little. I see a strength in her that I’d like to think is also part of me. People don’t realize it, but it took a lot of courage to move to Seattle on my own and start a business. I hope that Stevie will have that same kind of courage when it comes time to make decisions about where she’ll go in life.

What's the one thing of utmost importance to you?

I guess it would have to be helping things – and people – grow. I spend a lot of time in my garden because I love to care for plants, to watch them grow from tiny seeds into beautiful flowers or trees. In a way, that’s what I do in my work at the Pilates studio, too, although there it’s the bodies of my clients that I’m nurturing. In the same way, I love having the chance to watch Stevie grow and develop into a strong, intelligent young woman.

Do you believe that things are deeper then they seem?

Absolutely. I find evidence of it in my garden all the time: we only see what’s above the soil, but there’s a whole world underneath. I think that’s true of most things in our lives.

What is your biggest regret in life?

I wish I’d had a better relationship with my sister. If I had listened to her and supported her instead of always judging her and getting on her case, she might have ended up making better decisions and providing a more positive life for Stevie. I don’t know if I can ever mend my relationship with June, but I like to think that in some way I can make things up to her by being there for her daughter.

We’d like to thank Aunt Mindy for stopping by the blog today.  As a special surprise, one special follower can win a copy of Flyaway by filling out a form HERE!  Winner will be drawn at random on 12/29 – contest is open to US residents only.  Good luck!

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By: Me My Shelf And I | at 12:00 AM | | 5 Comments so far
Welcome to Tiffany King Day on the Blogaversary Extravaganza
To see all the giveaways listed SO FAR in the Daily Giveaways click HERE

Tiffany King was the very first Independent Author I ever worked with on MMSAI and the first real friend I made in this bloggy world. I've been honored to receive both of her books and now we're going to share them with you too!!

One Lucky Winner will recieve BOTH books in The Saving Angels series by Tiffany King, AUTOGRAPHED and in paperback! Plus, with the 3rd set to be out soon you can catch up just in time to read the end of the trilogy!

21 December 2011


By: Me My Shelf And I | 21 December 2011 at 12:00 AM | | 8 Comments so far
Day SIX of the BLOGAVERSARY EXTRAVAGANZA is all about Gretchen McNeil!!

To see all the giveaways listed so far, CLICK HERE

You all know my fellow YA Rebel, Gretchen McNeil, author of Possess - well bless her heart and her beautiful face she has a gift for all of you!!!

She's giving away an autographed copy of Possess that comes with some swag! Sa-weet! Everyone say thank you, and enter below!

To see the entry form, click MORE

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