Monday, August 31, 2009

Can You Keep a Secret?

Can you Keep a Secret?
by Sofie Kinsella

# of pages: 400
Age Rating: 16+
Rating: 4.5/5

Meet Emma Corrigan, a young woman with a huge heart, an irrepressible spirit, and a few little secrets: Secrets from her boyfriend: I’ve always thought Connor looks a bit like Ken. As in Barbie and Ken. Secrets from her mother: I lost my virginity in the spare bedroom with Danny Nussbaum while Mum and Dad were downstairs watching Ben-Hur. Secrets she wouldn’t share with anyone in the world: I have no idea what NATO stands for. Or even what it is. Until she spills them all to a handsome stranger on a plane. At least, she thought he was a stranger.…Until Emma comes face-to-face with Jack Harper, the company’s elusive CEO, a man who knows every single humiliating detail about her...

I never planned on reading this, I never even knew this book existed. I was staying at a Cape house my family rented and was checking out the books in the house (as any good book addict should) when I saw this girly-pink cover staring right at me. Even though I had other books to read I decided to try this one out, especially since the author - Sofie Kinsella - wrote the shopaholic series, also the best movie ever!

This book was fabulous! I was laughing all the time at all the scrapes Emma managed to get herself into. And her new CEO, Jack, loves reminding Emma that he knows everything about her. The ending had a great twist, and the plot flowed seamlessly. This book was such a great summer read, light but lovable.

Definitely check this out when your in need of a fun book, perfect for the plane, train, or bus ride to keep you occupied and flipping for more. If you like this book then check out:


Confessions of a Shopaholic: Sofie Kinsella
Something Borrowed: Emily Griffin
Girls Night In: Meg Cabot
Little White Lies: Genna Townley
Chasing Harry Winston: Lauren Weisberger
She Went all the Way: Meg Cabot

You can buy Can You Keep a Secret here (only $4.39 used!)

Meet Sofie Kinsella here

Check out these other cool covers:



-M.


Sunday, August 30, 2009

Winner Revealed!

So the winner of

Blue Moon
The Dust of 100 Dogs
Storm Glass
Catwalk
and
Crazy Beautiful

is....

Aria Hamiltion!

Congradulations, we'll email you shortly!

Thanks all for participating, try another one of our contests for another shot at winning!

ZOMBIE WEEK!



!!!Zombie Week!!!

G0 visit HERE!!! To see the Zombie Book/Movie/Other of the day, and to win awesome Zombie prizes!!!

Want to make your own Zombie post/meme, go visit here to get details!
So, my favorite Zombie book would have to be Generation Dead by Daniel Waters, I like it because it's more teen science/romance rather that "ARUGH Yummy Human, I eat your brains"


Ooo look at these Zombie pics I found (thank you google):









-M.

Wicked: Witch and Curse

Wicked: Witch and Curse
by Nancy Holder

# of pages: 672
Age range: 15+
Rating: 4/5

Holly Cathers's world shatters when her parents are killed in a terrible accident. Wrenched from her home in San Francisco, she is sent to Seattle to live with her relatives, Aunt Marie-Claire and her twin cousins, Amanda and Nicole.
In her new home, Holly's sorrow and grief soon give way to bewilderment at the strange incidents going on around her. Such as how any wish she whispers to her cat seems to come true. Or the way a friend is injured after a freak attack from a vicious falcon. And there's the undeniable, magnetic attraction to a boy Holly barely knows.
Holly, Amanda, and Nicole are about to be launced into a dark legacy of witches, secrets, and alliances, where ancient magics yield dangerous results. The girls will assume their roles in an intergenerational feud beyond their wildest imaginations...and in doing so, will attempt to fulfill their shared destiny.


I got this book on one of my B and N run's, mainly because the book was hardback, 672 pages, and $8!!! Which was totally worth in in my opinion. Despite the fact that the book was so large, I managed to finish it in three days, and was eager for the next two books in the series, Legacy and Spellbound.

Wicked: Witch (it's two books in one) started of with Holly Cathers out on a white water rafting trip with her parents...and then disaster struck. From that point on I was a little confused, mainly because the book alternated between many different people's point of views, even if only for a short time. And then there was this whole dream thing/ past memories going on, but, it all eventually explained itself and I was a-okay.

Wicked: Witch and Curse both had a lot of intrigue, and each ending left me wanting more. I was surprised though by how "wicked" the book really was, there was so much death and destruction, it made me realize how much of a safe bubble I live in, and how easy it is for that bubble to pop.

So, I will definitely be picking up the sequel, and eventually third book in this series, though right now I'm swimming in books that I need/want to read, so it might be awhile. In the mean time, if you like this book, then you souled check out:

Swoon: Nina Malkin
Revealers: Amanda Marrone
The Secret Circle: L.J. Smith
Vampire Academy: Rachelle Mead
The Vampire Diaries: L.J. Smtih
Evernight: Claudia Gray

You can buy this book (for 7.99!) on amazon here

Visit author Nancy Holder here

-M.

Create-A-Cover

CREATE YOUR DEBUT YA COVER

1 – Go to “Fake Name Generator” or click http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/
The name that appears is your author name.

2 – Go to “Random Word Generator” or clickhttp://www.websitestyle.com/parser/randomword.shtml
The word listed under “Random Verb” is your title.

3 – Go to “FlickrCC” or click http://flickrcc.bluemountains.net/index.php
Type your title into the search box. The first photo that contains a person is your cover.

4 – Use Photoshop, Picnik, or similar to put it all together. Be sure to crop and/or zoom in.

5 – Post it to your site along with this text


When I tried this I got "Primp" as my book so I made a fake synopsis of my fake book:

Julia Lockheart had never been the same since her mother left the family for a shot at acting in Hollywood. Stuck with three younger sisters and a depressed job-quitting dad, Jules feels like she has to mother the whole family, while tending to her own needs.

To make matters worse the school play auditions are coming up, and a certain somebody has taken the male lead. Jules wants to act, it's always been her dream, but the mere thought of stepping on the stage brings back painful memories of her mother that she can not forget.

As Jules navigates her new world she begins to learn more about herself, her friends, and her family. And then things don't seem so bad. Jules is just about ready to take the stage and get over her memories when her mother returns and shakes things up again.

Primp, in a store near you sometime in the fake future.

Friday, August 28, 2009

100th Posts Contest!

Guess what!? We now officially have written 100 posts! Wowza! That, in my opinion deserves to be acknowledged, so, we're going to have a contest to celebrate this amazing accomplishment!

So here are ALL the books you can win, (we're very generous):



The last book on the right, is the Midnight Charter, a cool new book that's due out sometime in December!

BUT, 1o books just isn't enough...so we're also giving away $10 to Barnes and Noble!!!

So WHAT are you waiting for, go and enter!

***RULES!***

YOU MUST BE A FOLLOWER TO ENTER

+3 new follower
+5 old follower (before this contest)
+5 follow us on twitter (bookmac13)
+3 comment on any of our older posts (proof please)
+2 vote on our polls
+4 link this contest to somewhere on your blog (proof)
+6 make a blog post about this contest (proof)
+2 refer someone to this contest
+1 for being refered (please tell who your referrer was)

Okay people, this contest is open for U.S. and CANADA only! Sorry people but we're a little tight on cash!

Deadline is September 18th (20 days people!)

Good Luck and Have Fun!

-M. and A.

LAST DAY!

Today is the last day to enter our 5 book giveaway! THe contest closes at midnight Eastern time, so go enter!

This is an international contest, in case you were wondering!

The books you can win are listed below:

Blue Moon by Alyson Noel
The Dust of 100 Dogs by A.S. King
Catwalk by...?
Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder

and...

Crazy Beautiful ARC!!!!!

So go enter for your chance to win!

plus, get an extra 5 points if you follow us on twitter!

Gracias chicas/chicos,

-M. and A.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Twitter

Hey everyone, we got a twitter! You can follow us if you want, the link is here

Also, since we're new here let us know if you have a twitter, or if you have any helpful hints to working the site!

Thanks!

M. and A.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Reminder!

Hey everyone! 2 days until our contest is over! But, today is your last chance to have Crazy Beautiful ARC put on the list. All we need is one more follower! ONE MORE! So... right now the books you can win are the following:

Blue Moon
The Dust of 100 Dogs
Storm Glass
Catwalk

and maybe....(with one more follower)...Crazy Beautiful! So, it's your choice....

2 days left!

Enter HERE!

-M.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Random Updates

Here's another one of my random updates that I do every once and a while, enjoy!

1.) Vampire Diaries - T.V. Show?
The Vampire Diaries series were the first vampire books I read after Twilight, and they were also the first ebooks I ever read, so they hold a special place in my heart (aw!). So I was very excited when I heard that the books were going to be a T.V. show, and also a little disappointed because it may ruin it for me. Though I'm looking forward to the show, I was disappointed with the cast and plot. Not only were the characters completely different than I pictured them, but they changed the plot line giving Elena a brother. They also made Elena have brown hair and brown eyes, where as book Elena is blond and blue eyed. I think it's because they want Elena to be similar to Bella. I mean check out the new series cover (below), copied much? I never really understood the significance of the Apple in Twilight, and I don't understand it here. Thoughts?

2.) Two new polls!

Poll number 0ne: Better series?

Twilight or Harry Potter

Both swept across the world becoming international sensations. Actors Daniel Radicliff, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint became millionaires before 13, and were forever known as Harry, Hermione, and Ron. Kristen Stewert, Roberet Pattinson (who was in Harry Potter), and Taylor Lautner take the stage as Bella, Edward and Jacob, and can be seen on every Us weekly magazine or People in a supermarket near you. Both series are filled with Fantasy and Romance (even if it's only a little love in HP). Games, clothes,movies and merchandise galore have made both authors money machines, but which book is better?

Poll number two: Colors in our Posts?

Yes, No, or Occasionally

There isn't much to explain for that one.

So Vote now!

Alright I think 'm done...for now.

-M.

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Hey guys! Sorry this is a little late, but I was away, and I didn't get any books until today. So here's my book bootie for this week! Oh yeah this is hosted by The Story Siren blah blah blah (jk)


The Vampire Diaries: Return and Nightfall by L.j. Smith
Elena Gilbert is alive—again.
When Elena sacrificed herself to save the two vampire brothers who love her—the handsome, brooding Stefan and the sleek and dangerous Damon—she was consigned to a fate beyond death. Until a powerful supernatural force pulled her back.
Now Elena is not just human. She has powers and gifts that were bestowed on her in the afterlife. What's more, her blood pulses with an overwhelming and unique force that makes her irresistible to any vampire.
Stefan wants to find a way to keep Elena safe so that they can make a life together. Damon, however, is driven by an insatiable desire for power, and wants Elena to rule as his princess. When Stefan is lured away from Fell's Church, Damon seizes his chance to convince her that he is the brother she is meant to be with. . . .
But a darkness is infiltrating the town, and Damon, always the hunter, is now the hunted; he becomes the prey of a malevolent creature that can possess him at will, and who desires not just Elena's blood but her death.



Dead is a State of Mind by Marlene Perez
Welcome to Nightshade, California—a small town full of secrets. It’s home to the psychic Giordano sisters, who have a way of getting mixed up in mysteries. During their investigations, they run across everything from pom-pom- shaking vampires to shape-shifting boyfriends to a clue-spewing jukebox. With their psychic powers and some sisterly support, they can crack any case!There’s a gorgeous new guy at Nightshade High: Duke Sherrad, a fortune-teller claiming to have descended from Gypsies. Even though she’s psychic herself, Daisy is skeptical of Duke’s powers. But when a teacher who was the subject of one of his predictions ends up dead, she begins to wonder if Duke is the real deal after all.Maybe if Daisy can track down the teacher’s killer, she can find out the truth. The only trouble is, all signs point to the murderer being of the furry persuasion. Is Daisy any match for a werewolf? Maybe she is . . . in more ways than she bargained for!


Dead is so Last Year by Marlene Perez
Something very strange starts happening in Nightshade the summer that the eldest Giordano sister, Rose, gets a job working at Dr. Franken's research laboratory. People are starting to see double. Doppelgängers of Nightshade residents are popping up all over town. Daisy, Rose and Poppy think it's a coincidence, until the rumors start that their father, who disappeared several years ago, has been spotted in town. Meanwhile, Daisy's beau, Ryan is spending all of his time training for football, and like the other guys on the team, he's grown enormous almost overnight. Samantha Devereux's boyfriend's neck has doubled in size since school ended. Could the football players be resorting to extreme measures to win? Between summer jobs, sugar rushes, and beach parties, the Giordano girls get to the bottom of these mysteries and more.

Exodus by Julie Bartanga
It is 2099 - and the world is gradually drowning, as mighty Arctic ice floes melt, the seas rise, and land disappears forever beneath storm-tossed waves. For 15-year-old Mara, her family and community, huddled on the fast-disappearing island of Wing, the new century brings flight. Packed into tiny boats, a terrifying journey begins to a bizarre city that rises into the sky, built on the drowned remains of the ancient city of Glasgow. But even here there is no safety and, shut out of the city, Mara realizes they are asylum-seekers in a world torn between high-tech wizardry and the most primitive injustice. To save her people, Mara must not only find a way into the city but also search for a new land and a new home...

Dull Boy by Sarah Cross

What do you do if you can deadlift a car, and you spend your nights flying to get away from it all? If you’re fifteen-year-old Avery Pirzwick, you keep that information to yourself. When you’re a former jock turned freak, you can’t afford to let the secret slip.
But then Avery makes some friends who are as extraordinary as he is. He realizes they’re more than just freaks—together, maybe they have a chance to be heroes. First, though, they have to decide whether to trust the mysterious Cherchette, a powerful wouldbe mentor whose remarkable generosity may come at a terrible price.

So, have you read any of these books, do you want to read any of them? I'd love to know what you think!

Thanks
>-M.

Monday, August 24, 2009

50 followers!

Woo-hoo! BookMac now has 50 followers! Besides being a great accomplishment for us, it's a great for you too! Why? Because as promised if we got 50 followers before the 26th of August two more books would be added to our contest, and I am happy to announce that those titles are the following:












So, if you haven't entered, go enter now, there are only 4 days left! Now if we can get 10 more followers in the next two days we'll add one more book to the bunch - Crazy Beautiful by Lauren Baratz-Logsted! So get following!

-M and A.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Storm Glass

Storm Glass
by Maria V. Snyder

# of pages: 448
Age Range: 14+
Rating: 4.5/5

As a glassmaker and a magician-in-training, Opal Cowen understands trial by fire. Now it's time to test her mettle. Someone has sabotaged the Stormdancer clan's glass orbs, killing their most powerful magicians. The Stormdancers—particularly the mysterious and mercurial Kade—require Opal's unique talents to prevent it happening again. But when the mission goes awry, Opal must tap in to a new kind of magic as stunningly potent as it is frightening. And the further she delves into the intrigue behind the glass and magic, the more distorted things appear. With lives hanging in the balance—including her own—Opal must control powers she hadn't known she possessed…powers that might lead to disaster beyond anything she's ever known.

One thing I can always expect from Maria V. Snyder is a good book. Storm Glass certainly met those expectations and went beyond, and I can't wait to read the sequel Sea Glass which comes out in a couple days.

A companion series to Snyder's award winning Study series, Storm Glass reintroduces Opal Cowan the "one trick wonder" glass magician, five years after the end of the last Study book, making Opal a nineteen year old senior at the "keep", the school for magicians in Sitia. Opal is surprised to be chosen for a magic mission - until she learns it has to do with glass. The Stormdance glass orbs are mysteriously breaking, and with each broken orb a Stormdancer is killed. After quickly solving the problem Opal believes her mission is done, but it has just started.

As Opal is thrust into one dangerous situation after another she learns things about herself and her power that she never knew or expected. But what she learns isn't necessarily good, and though her power may be stronger than she anticipated, she could loose it in a snap if she is not careful.Snyder throws two love interests into the mix making Opal's life even more complicated. And as horrors of her past surface in her memory, Opal must choose who she loves, and who she trusts.

With two main plot lines slowing mixing together, readers are left anxious for the second book in the series, and book number two is sure to be a hit. If you like Storm Glass you should definitely check out these other books:

Study Series by Maria V. Snyder.
Prsim by Kaye Fellerman
The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong
Graceling by Kristen Cashore
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Magic Bites by Ilona Daniels
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Buy Storm glass here

Check out Maria V. Snyder here

Check out the snazzy European cover:















-M.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Me My Elf and I


Me My Elf and I

by Heather Swain
# of pages: 256
Age rating: 13-16
Rating: 3.5/5

It’s not often you see an elf in the middle of Brooklyn, let alone a tall, blond, gorgeous elf in the middle of one of the most prestigious performing arts high schools in the country. And yet, that’s just where Zephyr Addler finds herself: smack dab in the middle of a bustling New York City school, worlds away from the secluded woodland community she knows so well. But Zephyr knows that she has to figure out how to live in the world. And dress in the world. Thanks to a little friendly advice from her new friend Mercedes, Zephyr starts to get the hang of Brooklyn. That is, until Zephyr snags a role in a commercial, beating out the most popular girl in school, Bella Dartagnan. Now with Bella and her friends out to get her, can Zephyr out-maneuver the mean girls (and catch the eye of a certain cute boy) without losing herself?

The sparkly cover caught my attention when I was scanning the shelves of Barns N Noble for a new YA read. Also the word "elf". How many elf novels have you read besides the Lord of the Rings books, I can tell you I haven't read many. Though I knew from the start that this book would not be a deep read, I was ready for something fluffy and fun and author Heather Swain did not disappoint!

Zephyr was a fun character from the start, it's hard not to like her bubbly and magnetic personality, especially as she braves the challenges her new home of Brooklyn brings her. As Zephyr makes friends at her new school she also makes an enemy, Bella the queen B. The more Zephyr is thrown into the human world the more she starts to act like one until she is brought back to her woodland home where she realizes what it truly means to be an elf.I was expecting a different plot line but, I think the one Swain used worked well for her character.

One thing that I have noticed in multiple new YA reads is that authors are starting to use slang in their writing, like "gonna" and improper grammar. Though I understand that using those words makes the book more "real like" and more relatible to teens, how will people learn the correct way to speak if improper language is written in black ink in a book! I myself use quick txt language in a txt or a quick email to a friend, but I draw the line at writing because I feel less intelligent if i can't even spell "going to" on paper, but that's just me.
I'm guessing there will be a sequel to this novel because there were a few loose ends when the story finished, so keep your eyes out for book number 2! (I just found out there will be a sequel, called Selfish Elf due out in 2010). I will definitely be reading that.

If you like this book or are looking for other books like this one, check out:

Sea Change by Aimee Friedman
Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog
My Fair Godmother by Jenette Rallison
The summoning by Kelley Armstrong
Saving Juliete by Suzanne Selfors

You can by Me My Elf and I at Amazon here

Visit Heather Swain here

-M.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

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This week I only got a few books, but they're good ones! Check em' out:

As a glassmaker and a magician-in-training, Opal Cowen understands trial by fire. Now it's time to test her mettle. Someone has sabotaged the Stormdancer clan's glass orbs, killing their most powerful magicians. The Stormdancers—particularly the mysterious and mercurial Kade—require Opal's unique talents to prevent it happening again. But when the mission goes awry, Opal must tap in to a new kind of magic as stunningly potent as it is frightening. And the further she delves into the intrigue behind the glass and magic, the more distorted things appear. With lives hanging in the balance—including her own—Opal must control powers she hadn't known she possessed…powers that might lead to disaster beyond anything she's ever known.


It’s not often you see an elf in the middle of Brooklyn, let alone a tall, blond, gorgeous elf in the middle of one of the most prestigious performing arts high schools in the country. And yet, that’s just where Zephyr Addler finds herself: smack dab in the middle of a bustling New York City school, worlds away from the secluded woodland community she knows so well. But Zephyr knows that she has to figure out how to live in the world. And dress in the world. Thanks to a little friendly advice from her new friend Mercedes, Zephyr starts to get the hang of Brooklyn. That is, until Zephyr snags a role in a commercial, beating out the most popular girl in school, Bella Dartagnan. Now with Bella and her friends out to get her, can Zephyr out-maneuver the mean girls (and catch the eye of a certain cute boy) without losing herself?

To impress the popular girls on a high school trip to London, klutzy Callie buys real Prada heels. But trying them on, she trips…conks her head…and wakes up in the year 1815!
There Callie meets Emily, who takes her in, mistaking her for a long-lost friend. As she spends time with Emily’s family, Callie warms to them—particularly to EmilyÂ’s cousin Alex, a hottie and a duke, if a tad arrogant.
But can Callie save Emily from a dire engagement, and win Alex’s heart, before her time in the past is up?


-M.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Contest Time!!!

Hey Everyone!

I would say that BookMac is long overdue for a contest wouldn't you say???

So I would love to introduce to you two new books up for winning!














Awesome, right!?

So how you win? First off you MUST leave a way for us to contact you, blog account, email, whatever floats your boat. (email preferably tho :p).

Okay so extra entry's....

+1 for commenting
+1 for participating in a poll
+5 for becoming a follower
+5 for posting about this on you website (must leave evidence)
+3 for commenting on any of our older posts (evidence people)

But wait! That's not all, if we can get 50 followers in the next two weeks (August 26th) then 2 more books will be added to the pile, and if we can get 60 or more followers ........ Crazy Beautiful ARC will be added!!!

So get following people!

This contest will end August 28th!

-M and A.

The Dust of 100 Dogs


The dust of 100 Dogs
by A.S King (female, btw)

# of pages: 336
Age range: 15+
Rating: 4/5

In the late seventeenth century, famed teenage pirate Emer Morrisey was on the cusp of escaping the pirate life with her one true love and unfathomable riches when she was slain and cursed with "the dust of one hundred dogs," dooming her to one hundred lives as a dog before returning to a human body-with her memories intact.

Now she's a contemporary American teenager and all she needs is a shovel and a ride to Jamaica.
I first came across this novel on one of my regular scrolls through Amazon (love that website) and I was drawn in by the interesting cover. When I read the back I definitely was interested, what an original plot? Plus I have a mad love for female leads in pirate books, something about the high sea's just fascinates me. So when I finally got around to reading it I was very excited.

Though the book was different than what I expected I still enjoyed it immensely. The book starts of with Emer being cursed (about 2 pages) and then immediately follows to her birth as a human after 100 lives as a dog. The book goes back and forth between Emer, the 17th century pirate, and Saffron, modern American teenager with a rocky past and a not so bright future.

With some intense sexual references and a couple (maybe a bit more...) handful of swear words the book is aimed towards older teens, but no matter, it was still great.

While Saffron tries to connect with her former self, we get to see Emer make her journey from poor Irish girl to world famous pirate - and the costs that come with it. Though Emer's lives as a dog or not prominent parts of the story they are scattered throughout the book in between chapters, which i liked because that way I could focus more on Emer and Saffron.

Reading about two different characters who are actually one may come off as difficult but it actually isn't, A.S. King makes it work with her writing. All together I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be on the look out for any upcoming YA novels by this author. So, if you enjoyed this book be sure to take a look at:

Graceling
by Kristin Cashore
Wake by Lisa McMann
Bones of Faerie by Janni Lee Simner
Acadamy 7 by Anne Osterlund
Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder
To Catch a Pirate by Jade Parker
Nobody's Princess by Esther Friesner
Pirates! by Celia Rees

You can buy The Dust of 100 dogs here for $9.95 or used for $1.50!

Check out author A.S. King here

-M.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Impossible

Impossible
by Nancy Werlin

# of pages: 384
age range: 14+
rating: 4.5/5

Inspired by the classic folk ballad “Scarborough Fair,” this is a wonderfully riveting novel of suspense, romance, and fantasy. Lucy is seventeen when she discovers that she is the latest recipient of a generations-old family curse that requires her to complete three seemingly impossible tasks or risk falling into madness and passing the curse on to the next generation. Unlike her ancestors, though, Lucy has family, friends, and other modern resources to help her out. But will it be enough to conquer this age-old evil?

I was expecting "Impossible" to be some old fairy tale like story, but was quite surprised when it turned out to be in a modern setting. Honestly though, that made the story even greater! Nancy Werlin ceased to amaze me as I continued chapter through chapter in her magical story.

Lucy is nothing like her mother, her biological mother that is. She is not crazy, she does not wander the streets singing strange folk songs, and she certainly will not be pregnant at 18 like her mother was. But Lucy's world changes the night of her prom when one disaster happens that leads to a world of others. Luckily Lucy has her best friend Zach (who could be more than friends) and her loving foster parents to help her get through it.

The plot thickens when a new character comes into play and shakes up Lucy's crumbling world, but he also gives her the determination to complete 3 impossible tasks that Lucy never would have dreamed of attempting. In this memorable novel, love, family, and belief come together in perfection making "impossible" a must read!

If you enjoyed this novel be sure to check out:
Graceling by Kristin Cashore
Paper Towns by John Greene
Wake by Lisa McMann
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Chains byLaurie Halse Anderson
Blue Moon by ALyson Noel
A curse as dark as gold by Elizabeth C. Bunce

You can buy this in paper back at Amazon, here.
Look at this other pretty cover:











You can also watch the trailer:




Enjoy.

M.

I'm Back!

Hey Everyone,

I'm Back! After two weeks of no technology what so ever, I must admit it is a little weird having my hands running over a key board again! I also forget how much effort goes into blogging, so mini claps for all you bloggers, good work!

I'm going to have a lot of posts up in the next couple of hours so keep an eye out for those.
Thank you all for being so patient with the minimal posts today, without you guys blogging wouldn't be so much fun.

There will be a contest soon so stay posted for that, and we'll have a double contest if we can get up to 50 followers in the next two weeks, so come on people, follow!

Alright then, I got to go put up some reviews and what not!

Adios Chicos (and Chicas), missed you,

M.