Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Hello Everyone :) First, I just want to say I'm fine, still alive. (to those who asked, thanks for your concern) I'm sorry I haven't updated in a while, I've just been super busy taking classes, studying, working, etc. I'm getting back into the swing of things now and you can expect more post from me. Last of all, thanks for following and have a good day :)


"I started to go to the library, devouring every book I could lay my hands on. Once I began one, I couldn’t put it down. Reading was an addiction, I read while I ate, on the train, in bed till late at night, in school, where I’d keep the book hidden so I could read during class. "

Haruki Murakami, South of the Border, West of the Sun

I love how every protagonist of Murakami’s is an avid reader.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Love Alaska!

Rachel Caine Books

1. Ill Wind 2. Heat Stroke 3. Chill Factor 4. Windfall 5. Firestorm 6. Thin Air

7. Gale Force 8. Cape Storm 9. Undone 10. Unknown 11. Glass Houses 12. The Dead Girls’ Dance

13. Midnight Alley 14. Feast of Fools 15. Lord of Misrule 16. Carpe Corpus 17. Fade Out 18. Kiss of Death

19. Total Eclipse (Picture in own post!)

Upcoming novels: Ghost Town - October 26, 2010, Unseen - 2011, Bite Club - 2011, Untitled Morganville - 2011, Dead Sexy - 2011
"She reads with great concentration. Her eyes rarely move from the pages of her book — a thick hardback. A bookstore wrapper hides the title from us. Judging from her intent expression, the book might contain a challenging subject matter. Far from skimming, she seems to be biting off and chewing it one line at a time."
— Haruki Murakami, After Dark

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Friday, September 10, 2010

Blog Fest

Win all three books. International

Monday, September 6, 2010

I should not be allowed in bookstores unaccompanied, or without restraints. I cannot resists books, they are like a drug to me, and I am completely and utterly drawn to everything about them: the fonts, the spines, the covers, the sizes, the order of the rows, the over-sized ones that you want to page through so carefully, the wee ones that can fit in your jacket pocket, the children’s picture books that make you feel five again, the YA aisle that is often miles more interesting than the "fiction" section, the biographies and histories that make you want to know everything, and the feeling that I could literally lose days of my life and never see the outside - happily.