Thanks to Penguin, we are giving away a copy of The Cold Dish, the first novel in the Walt Longmire mystery series written by Craig Johnson! HOW TO ENTER: Leave a comment on this blog post with your full name and your e-mail address so we may contact you for your shipping information when you… Read more »
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We all make puns. I’m a big fan of the cheesiest puns, in fact, and I always follow it up with a proud declaration of: “I’m PUN-ny!” John Pollack wrote a whole book about puns: The Pun Also Rises. He wrote about his own relationship with punning and he delved into its very interesting history…. Read more »
Soulless by Gail Carriger is a steampunk, romance, detective novel with vampires and werewolves. Now wait, don’t go all “I hate sparkly vampires” on me. Within the first chapter (nearly the first page), the main character Alexia Tarabotti, smacks a vampire in the gonads with a brass parasol.
Nerd Girls: The Rise of the Dorkasaurus by Alan Lawrence Sitomer is a book written for pre-teens. For someone my age, I enjoyed the books for a lot of reasons and possibly related to the characters a little. The story is about Maureen, a chubby, sarcastic and intelligent thirteen-year old girl. She’s quick witted and… Read more »
SPOILER WARNING: I have not watched the TV series, so I don’t know how directly the two are linked. I may be discussing things here that will spoil the show. I won’t know until I watch it, which I’m going to because the book got me hooked. When I was in high school, I was… Read more »
Also read the author’s guest blog for Defective Geeks - BLOG TOUR: Piper Maitland’s ‘Acquainted With the Night.’ I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this book. I’ve been caught up with reading young adult novels these days that it’s been months since I’ve read a book for grown ups. Acquainted With the Night… Read more »