Sunday, March 6, 2011

Some Awesome Giveaways!

As many of you know, Ballads of Suburbia by Stephanie Kuehnert, is my all-time favorite book. It's the book that changed my life and I love it so much.

My friend, Lauren of Shooting Stars Mag, also adores the book and is doing her fair share to promote it, including some AWESOME contests.

You can win some great things so go HERE to check it out!

Ordinary Beauty Cover!

One of my favorite authors, Laura Wiess revealed the cover of her upcoming novel, Ordinary Beauty last week. I don't know a lot about this book but I have to say, the cover is absolutely BREATHTAKING. It's probably one of my favorite covers this year.

Gorgeous, right? I absolutely cannot wait to read this one. I've adored all of Laura's previous books and I have no doubt that this one will be absolutely haunting and breathtaking. For more info about Laura and her books, check out her website.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Recently In the Mail...

I've received some fantastic-looking books in the mail recently but with work and my trip, it's likely that I won't get to them very soon. They all look awesome, though, and I wanted to tell everyone about them.

Instructions for a Broken Heart by Kim Culbertson. This one releases in May and I am so excited to read it! It sounds both hilarious and heartfelt AND it takes place in Italy...does it get much better than that?!

Divergent by Veronica Roth. This one showed up unexpectedly and even though I'd heard others talking about it, I hadn't paid much attention to the hype. But after reading the back cover, I am officially psyched to read this!

Haunted by Joy Preble. I accepted this from the publisher because it looks fantastic. The cover is so haunting and pretty. I haven't read the first novel, Dreaming Anastasia, but I plan to before I read this.

Love, Love, Love. This is comprised of two novels, Language of Love and Cupidity, both Simon Romantic Comedies, which I love. I can't wait to read these, especially Language of Love, which is Deborah's first novel.

Sean Griswold's Head and The Royal Treatment by Lindsey Leavitt. Both of these came from their publisher's and I'm super-excited for both. Sean Griswold's Head is Lindsey's first YA novel and The Royal Treatment is the sequel to Princess for Hire. I absolutely adore Lindsey's writing so I can't wait to read these two!

Has anyone read any of these? Or have you received any books you're super excited for?