Thursday, April 18, 2013

Agent Colt Shore: Domino 29 by Axel Avian ~ Reviewers Wanted!


Agent Colt Shore: Domino 29

by Axel Avian


Release Date - May 15, 2013
Publisher - Arundel Publishing
Genre - YA Action/Adventure


Synopsis 

When an ordinary kid learns he’s the heir to a secret agent dynasty, F.A.L.C.O.N. puts him on a case to protect a famous rock group and find a missing journalist. Before he knows it, Colt Shore has gone from body guard to rock star to full-fledged agent when he learns that a human trafficking ring plans to kidnap a group of teenage girls. It will take more than his ingenuity and skills and a couple of cool gadgets to protect his new friends and rescue the captured girls before it’s too late.

There is a limited amount of hard copies available, but there are pdf copies available. Graphics, Giveaway and Q & A's are also available to accompany your post, courtesy of publisher, Arundel Publishing. 

If your interested in reviewing this title please email me on yablogosphere@gmail.com, subject header "Agent Colt Shore". 

Monday, April 15, 2013

Repeat Reads



Contributor - Lisa Norton
Email - repeatreads@gmail.com
Country - United States


My name is Lisa Jean and I'm a 20-year-old student. I'm studying human development and want to get a job working with autistic children once I graduate. When I'm not working on schoolwork I tend to be reading, cooking, or playing video games. I pretty much exclusively read young adult books (with some exceptions) and enjoy fantasy, romance, and adventure. I give higher rating to books that I think are worth re-reading. Because 

“If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.” 
― Oscar Wilde




Swept Away By Books

Swept Away By Books 


I am a Vancouver based book seller, reader, reviewer, blogger and lover of all things bookish. I am currently studying Communications to get into the Publishing industry. I love all things YA and would happily spend all of my days reading if I could.

Contributor - Alyssa Hamilton
Email - alyssahamilton12@gmail.com
Country - Canada


My World in English

My World in English


My name is Elena although I use Leela as a nickname. Since I was little I love books and English language, so it's a pleasure to write in English and have discussions with other booklovers. Booklovers over the world have recommended books with which I fell in love and they open me a new world: YA genre. Now I'm a YA addicted :)

Contributor - Leela
Email - elenasp24@gmail.com
Country - Spain


Thursday, March 28, 2013

Rivie Bleu Bookshelf




 Rivie Bleu BookShelf


I love to read and talk about books I've read and liked. Mostly I like thrillers, mystery and series but I've recently found out that my new favorites are YA paranormal, dystopian series.

Contributor - Riveu
Email -  riviebleu@gmail.com
Country - USA

Read My Mind by C.Elizabeth (Author)

Read My Mind


Have you ever had something happen to you that you just can't explain? Well that's what happened to me when my first novel, Absolute Obsession, was written. It created a passion for writing that never revealed itself until that moment and I haven't looked back. Story after story unfold in my mind and each will be lovingly written for my most favorite people in the world; my readers.



Contributor - C Elizabeth
Email - char@celizabeth.ca
Country - Canada

Books Written


The Absolute Series





The Readdicts

Janhvi
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Sarika
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The Readdicts

We are Janhvi and Sarika and we’re best friends. It is our mutual love for books that got us closer. As our blog title suggests, we’re addicted to reading. 

We are students from India. Janhvi is studying Electronics & Communication Engineering and loves books, ice cream and chocolate, and I am a student of Political Science and French and I breathe Harry Potter. 

We’ve been following and reading book blogs since a very long time now, and we decided that it would be cool to start one of our own. 

We’ve been blogging since August 2012 and it’s been nothing but absolute and pure fun!

Contributor - Janhvi Jagtap and Sarika Patkotwar
Email - thereaddicts@gmail.com
Country - India


Monday, March 25, 2013

YA Romantics

YA Romantics

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YA Romantics

I'm a young adult book blogger who loves to read and discuss all things YA. My favorite genres are contemporary and mystery/thriller, but I also read paranormal romance, dystopian and a little bit of fantasy. Come check out my blog, YA Romantics, where I review all the latest YA books to hit the shelves, host giveaways, and connect with other readers. Stop by on Tuesdays for Hot Off the Presses, a rundown of new releases, and on most Fridays for Freebie Friday, which features a fun book-related discussion and giveaway.

Contributor: Jen 
Email: yaromantics@gmail.com
Country: USA

Monday, March 18, 2013

Books & Cozy Afternoon Teas

BooksAndCozyAfternoonTeas

Books and Cozy Afternoon Chums



Hello! I'm Algel. I love to read books and I love to write. Pen and paper are my weapons and I write down poems about how I feel. Books and Cozy Afternoon Chums is my blog where I post my book reviews, writings and poems.

Contributor's Name - Algel Crestfall
Email - algelpitos@yahoo.com
Country - Philippines



Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Delirious About Books

Delirious About Books


Hi, My name is Sabina. I'm live in an outer suburb of Brisbane, Australia, with my husband and son and am currently studying a degree in Business and Law. I have always had a love of books. I mainly read Fantasy, Sci FI, Paranormal, Dystopian, Chick Lit, Thrillers Contemporaries and True Stories in either Young Adult or Adult but tend to read more YA lately. I enjoying sharing my opinions of books in reviews, as well as other book related topics and discussions.

Contributor - Sabina
Email - ms_delirium@hotmail.com
Country - Australia

Monday, March 11, 2013

JC's Book Haven

JCs Book Haven
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JC's Book Haven 

I love to read! Great, good, bad, and everything in between - all books are worth it because you at least get a new quote or character you haven't met yet. My favorite genres are Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, and Dystopia although I have been known to enjoy some Romance novels and other Fiction works. I will be posting reviews, news, and any other related tidbits about these types of books.


Contributor - Jaclyn Canada
Email - jaclynrcanada@gmail.com
Country - US 

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Readiculously-Peachy



Readiculously-Peachy


My name is Florentine and I am a positive, bubbly, outspoken and open minded person. I would like to thank my wonderful parents for these traits, who took me from a small Caribbean island called Aruba, to the fantastic sophisticated city of Paris in France, and to the grounded but very international country also known as The Netherlands. 

I have fallen in love with reviewing ever since I spotted book bloggers writing about their opinions on book they adore (or sometimes not so much). Throughout my blogging, I found the genres that I like the most and enjoy writing honest, constructive and creative reviews about. 

I love Young Adult, dystopian, thriller, horror, adventurous, mystical, Sci-Fi, and romantic books! I would like to think that I am a very open minded person so I would almost be open to anything else that strikes my interest and may deviate a little from my book genre preferences.

Contributor - Florentine
Email - readiculouslypeachyreadys@gmail.com
Country - UK

Friday, March 8, 2013

YA's The Word

YA's the Word
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Katja is a UK based advocate by day and a reader at night. She loves cooking and often treats her writing group to traditional and 'experimental' baking delights.Young adult fiction may not be the only genre she reads, but it's her favourite.

Thanks!

Contributor - Katja
Email - yastheword@yahoo.co.uk
Country - UK


Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Inkk Reviews

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Inkk Reviews 


We are two best friends who enjoy a good book, but even better we enjoy talking to each other about our great finds. Reading a book is one thing, but you learn so much more when you get to chat about it with your best friend. 

Since we share our thoughts on books with each other anyways, we decided why not start a blog so we can share our good reads with everyone. 

When we review a book here @ Inkk that we both have read, (which is most of them) we will give you both of our opinions.



Contributors - Katie & Krisha
Email - InkkReviews@gmail.com
Country - USA

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Murder & Angst




Murder and Angst


Murder and Angst is a weekly blog about YA/Teen Mystery, Horror and Thriller in all of their forms, be it books, movies or TV series. Mystery, thriller and horror stories, particularly when written for and about teens, are notoriously underappreciated. The aim of this blog is to give them the attention that they deserve. 

My name is Genevieve Hayes and after having to explain the appeal of teen mystery, horror and thriller stories one too many times, I decided to start this blog. I live in Melbourne, Australia, where I work as a statistician, as well as writing the monthly puzzle column, In the Margin, for Actuaries magazine.

Contributor: Genevieve Hayes
Email: ghayes17@gmail.com
Country: Australia



Saturday, March 2, 2013

Reading Until Dawn

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Reading Until Dawn


Hey guys! Thanks for visiting my page at the YA Blogosphere! I'm 16 years old and as you can all probably guess, absolutely obsessed with anything book related. I've been reading for as long as I can remember but only just started getting really interested in 2012, right after I got my very first Kindle! I decided to start blogging about six months back because none of my face to face friends shared the same passion I had for reading. So instead of gushing about all of my fave books only to get weirded out faces in return, I decided to make a blog to find people who shared my bookish addiction! 

I usually stick to reading books from the YA genre, but once in a while I'll delve into New Adult or Middle Grade books. For example, the Percy Jackson series. Because we all know that you can never be too old to read about his crazy adventures. xD My interests in the YA genre are Mythology, Paranormal, Dystopian, Fantasy, etc. The only books that I usually avoid are those of the Contemporary genre, which for some reason bore me to tears. I also tend to stay away from those of the ghost/zombie variety. There's just something about them....that scares the crap out of me. Other than that, I'm a pretty eclectic reader and not afraid to try new things! 

When I'm not reading, you can find me at the movies (No doubt obsessing over the newest book to movie adaption), baking yummy foods (I have a sweet tooth), or attempting to make something cool in graphic design. Sadly, I'm still a newbie and usually epically fail at it. Now that I've bored you with my life story, have a great day! And feel free to drop by my blog at www.readinguntildawn.blogspot.com any time you like. :D

Contributor: Daphne Fox
Email: foreverfree50@gmail.com
Country: USA

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Author ~ Marilyn Phillips

Matilyn's Mystery Blog

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Contributor: Marilyn Phillips
Email: marilynphi@gmail.com
Country: Australia




Hi! My name is Marilyn. I live on the outskirts of Melbourne, (Australia) with my husband and our two beautiful children. When not reading or writing, I like to spend time with my family, take long walks in dark forests, or watch romantic movies with satisfying endings. 

Getting lost in the fictional world has always been a passion of mine. It is from this passion, that my desire to write, grew and flourished.


Book Written 

Mystery Falls 


Secrets. Lies. Deception. For the past six years, Samantha Hunt has lived with the belief that the untimely death of her parents was the result of an unfortunate accident—that by the cruel hand of fate, she had been left an orphan. But it was a lie, a terrible lie told to her by those who wanted to keep her in the dark. And the truth... when revealed, will change her life and haunt her forever.
Suddenly plagued by a series of events which find her in danger and in need of a savior, Samantha is repeatedly rescued by the mysterious and elusive Shadow—a stranger who seems to know more about her past and the tragedy which befell her family, than she does. Drawn to him despite the antagonism she feels whenever in his presence, Samantha soon discovers that Shadow is not what he appears to be. Determined to learn his true identity and why he has come to Mystery Falls, the small town in which she has spent all of her seventeen years, Samantha not only uncovers the secrets he refuses to share, but also the truth about her own past. A truth which forces her to acknowledge that things are not always as they seem, and sometimes, not even those close to you can be trusted. 
Resolved to seeking justice for the unwarranted death of her parents, Samantha embarks on a journey which brings her perilously close to her own demise. Can Shadow use his angel powers to save her yet again, or this time, will he be too late.

Boarding With Books



Boarding with Books 


I'm a teenage girl who's been reading ever since she learned how. I'm a dancer (mainly tap dance) and a boarding school student (hence the name of my blog:)) .

Contributor: Esty
Email: boardingwithbooks@gmail.com
Country: Israel



Tuesday, February 26, 2013

A Bookish Escape

A Bookish Escape


Contributors: Lindy Gomez, Ria Spinks and Ro Mejia
Email: Lindytgomez@gmail.com (Lindy)
riajay13@gmail.com (Ria)
tokyorose003@gmail.com (Ro)
Country: US








Lili Lost in a Book



Lili Lost in a Book 


I'm Liliana and I'm 21.

Some things about me:

I am a 1st year nursing student (just started Fall 2012!)

I love reading (duh!) and writing.

My favorite color is purple.

I'm the horror movie type of girl (I love getting scared for some odd reason...the adrenaline rush!)
I am totally in love with mythology! I love all mythology (Egyptian, Norse, etc...) but Greek has got to be my favorite! My favorite gods/goddesses include: Apollo (god of the sun, music, archery, and healing), Hecate (goddess of crossroads and magic/witchcraft), and I have recently added Hades (god of the dead and the Underworld) to that list, as well.

If I were to have some super cool supernatural ability, it would be healing. Now, If I were to be a supernatural creature, I'd be a witch! I love witches and all their magical witchiness! And right next to witches, my favorite supernatural creatures are reapers. This is thanks to books like Madison Avery, the Soul Screamers, and my favorite: Croak by Gina Damico! I still haven't figured out of this is morbid or not, lol.


Contributor: Liliana
Email: lili.lost.in.a.book@gmail.com
Country: US 

Monday, February 25, 2013

Take Me Away

Take Me Away 



24 years young. College grad. Now studying to become a Librarian so that I can spread the word of literature in other ways. Closet Geek. Wonder Woman enthusiast. Lover of the written word.

Contributor: Patience "Nikki" Hunter
Email: pnh002@gmail.com
Country: Texas, USA 

The Book Owl


The Book Owl

Contributor: Rashika
Email: rashikathebookowl@hotmail.com
Country: Finland




So hi, my name is Rashika and I am a diplobrat. Right now I live in Finland. I love to read and I like to share my opinions about books I read. Reading is important to me but what fun is reading when you cannot share your opinions?
I also like writing out my feelings about the books I read. My reviews are more along the “say the first thing that comes to my mind” lines. My blog is way for me to make everything more organized because I am obsessed with organization.
I do it for myself though because someday when I am super old it would be fun to read all of the stuff I have to say.
I am on a mission to find the perfect book although I think we all are. I have had some close encounters with “the one” but none have quite reached the mark. The closest I have ever come was “On the Jellicoe Road” (although my opinion is likely to change).
I am weird and I get super excited when talking about books. I’ve also been trying to write a book. I’ve started three, gave up each time. Maybe someday. I’m not much of a writer. More like following the “If it doesn’t exist, write it” policy.
Oh and when I am sad, I like reading reviews to bad books. It makes me feel better(like I said, I am weird).
I also love to bake and I am a huge Star Wars fan.
Thanks and drop by my blog if you have some spare time. 

Bookfever

bookfever




Bookfever


Hi! I'm Stephanie, a 21 y/o bookaholic from Belgium who loves reading and reviewing books in English. I have been reviewing books since December 2011 but have been in love with books pretty much my whole life. I also have a fascination with ancient Egypt and ducks!

Contributor: Stephanie Verhaegen 
Email Address:  stephanie.verhaegen@hotmail.com
Country: Belgium 

Awesome Monica

Awesome Monica 

I talk about books I read, TV shows I watch, and Music I listen to. Mostly books, though. (of Me?) I am an eighteen-year-old freshman in college. I’m majoring in English, because I want to be an author when I grow up. I live in Colorado, where the weather is very crazy. I have three brothers, much to my dismay. I love cats and goldfish (the snack that smiles back!)

Contributor: Monica
Email Address: awesomemonica7@gmail.com
Country: USA

Reading YA


Contributor: Amie Beamer
Email Address: beamer.amie@gmail.com
Country: USA


Reading YA

ReadingYA...Book Babble & Teen Twaddle.

Amie Beamer is a librarian of teens and a mother of pre-teens.  "Reading is an addiction I adore..."

Maji Bookshelf


Maji Bookshelf

Contributors: Juhina & Farah Elmajdoub
Email: majibookshelf@gmail.com
Country: Canada

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Two sisters that have the same passion. Reading, blogging, writing, and spending hours staring at their computers. They've always loved reading and after stumbling upon the blogging community in 2011 they just couldn't stay away.

Juhina: 22 years old, a Chemical Engineering graduate. She occupies her time by reading, blogging, and watching wayyyyyy too many shows. She's a perfectionist, sometimes to the point of obsession, and has always taken too much responsibility than what she could handle and usually sacrifices her sleep to keep up with everything. 

Farah: 16, is a high school student. She's the more free spirited type of the two which always means that Juhina is always harping on her to do this or that. She's an artist, specializes in manga drawing, she plays her guitar, and takes instagram photography of her healthy food and living. 


Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Book, Interrupted


Contributor: Janita Van Dyk 
Email: janitareads@gmail.com
Country: Canada 


I am a frazzled university student and book enthusiast. I always make time for a good book (even when there are impending exams). I love all YA fiction, from fantasy to contemporary, dystopian to historical fiction. I'm a starter, not a finisher, with everything except for books. 

Monday, February 18, 2013

Whatever You Can Still Betray

Whatever You Can Still Betray

Contributor: Ayanami Faerudo
Email: ayanami_faerudo@yahoo.com
Country: Philippines
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Hi there! This is Ayanami of Whatever You Can Still Betray. Funny name really for a book blog. I didn't imagine John LeCarre will one day be my banner name although it the blog is not as tragic as it sounds. *laughter*. 

My name is Myrtle. Sheesh, there goes my anonymity.  Anyway, I go by Ayanami Faerudo (I don't want to explain about it - too long) online.  

I'm a graduate student, major in Asian Studies. I'm a bibliophile who reads all kinds of books, mostly YA, and manga - a passion that spawned this book/random things blog. I keep a journal where I write all the dreams that I remember. I watch films, whatever their genre except indie and I occasionally talk about them in this blog.  I don't watch that much TV but if ever I do, it's mostly tuned in on cooking or house improvement shows. I am one of those who are gaga over anime and a certain farm boy who says "As you wish". I don't like spicy food but I'm a certified chocoholic.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Sonorous Words



Sonorous Words

My name is Anna Konradi, and I am the blogger behind Sonorous Words, a young adult book blog which I began this past June. It has, luckily, been relatively well-received, and I have been fortunate to get over 600 viewers a month, numbers growing. Authors such as Marie Lu, Beth Revis, Pauline Harris, Andrea Cremer, Jamie Mcguire, and others have been instrumental to my growing number of viewers each day. I am very pleased with the turnout of my blog in such a short time span, but I still hope to expand it!

Email:- anna.wishingforwords@gmail.com
Country:- US (Texas) 

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Little Bookworm Reviews

Little Bookworm Reviews


Little Bookworm Reviews 

Contributor's Name: Harman
Email: hakaurvamp@gmail.com
Country: USA

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Little Bookworm has been an avid reader since 5th grade, and her love for books grow everyday. She loves reading anything that has to do with YA and will read some adult. She is a romance junkie and she's proud of it.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Moonlight Reader

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Contributor: Ange
Email: moonlightreader1908@gmail.com
Country: Australia

Moonlight Reader

Moonlight Reader is run by a mother, who is also a midwife. I read when I can, wherever I can. I read and review YA book from all genres but my particular favourites would have to be contemporary, historical fiction and paranormal. I've been blogging for almost two years now. I also participate in memes, giveaways, author interviews and blog tours.

Friday, February 8, 2013

YA Between The Lines

YA Between the Lines


 
 
Contributor: Sophia C.
Email: yabetweenthelinesblog@aol.com
Country: USA
 
 
I like to write, especially flash-fiction, and I also love fanfiction. I am very passionate about books. Between school, being co-president of book club, other clubs and blogging, I find time to read. Even if it's under the covers with a tissue box and a flashlight. And, of course, a book.  My favorite types of books are fantasy and science fiction YA.


Saturday, February 2, 2013

whY.A.not?

Contributor:  Kate
Email: whyanot.reviews@gmail.com
Country:  Australia


Hi. I'm Kate. I'm a not-so young adult who adores reading. By day I'm studying to be a librarian and my nights are filled with reading anything from textbooks to cooking magazines to any novel I can get my hands on. My current passions in YA literature are paranormal romances, roadtrips and books set in Australia or by Aussie authors! . Outside of reading my hobbies are baking, music, teaching myself to crochet (badly might I add), watching silly YouTube videos and training for a marathon.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Readers Show


Contributor: Eve
Email: lebeau110995@gmail.com
Country: Bulgaria



I'm Eve, I'm 17, I'm from Bulgaria, I'm a private student, I read, I blog, I paint, I collect, I listen to all kinds of music, I watch too many movies and TV Shows and I'm painfully picky about the books I read.




Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Sheila Hollinghead's Rise, Write, Shine!


Contributor: Sheila Hollinghead (Author)
Email:  sheilahollinghead@yahoo.com
Country: US


Author Bio:
Sheila Odom Hollinghead grew up on Army bases scattered throughout the United States and overseas. Thirty years ago, she settled in south Alabama and taught middle school science for nineteen years before retiring.

Books:
Thundersnow (In the Shadow of the Cedar #1)
Clothed in Thunder (In the Shadow of the Cedar #2)
 

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Mel Loves Books

Blog Name: Mel Loves Books
Contributor: Mel
Email: mellovesbooks18@gmail.com
Country: Australia


Bio:
I always wanted to be a writer, and have always been interested in reading but I always struggled at school with spelling and grammar  I finally found out I was dyslexic and that was hard because I knew I would always struggle. You will notice many mistakes in my reviews but I was not going to let that stop me from writing them. I would still love to be a writer but when I turned 11 I had a bigger ambition and that was to be a photographer and that is where I think my life is heading. I mainly created this blog because I created a youtube channel, I post reviews and loads more ( Although I have only just started)  I read almost anything a few of my favourite books are, Game of thrones, The summer I turned pretty, Delirium, The hunger games, and so many more.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

The Rhinestone Bookmark

Contributor: Laura
Email: LauraIrrgang@yahoo.com
Country: US 

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Bio:
Now let's talk about me...
I'm Laura Irrgang. I write.  I blog.  I paint.  I make stuff.  Lots of stuff.
This blog is devoted primarily to Young Adult book reviews and related content.  I also do features on art found in books-fairy tales in particular.  
I have a long and sordid* employment history that includes:
-art gallery manager
-high school theater and art teacher
-dance instructor
-singing telegram singer
-knife salesperson-worst job ever
-currently... aspiring novelist/blogger/mom extraordinaire
*(It's not really sordid- I just like that word.)

Reviewers Wanted: Immortal Threat by Wendy Ahrens-Gaydos

Book Description:  

Good versus Evil. 

Light versus Dark. 

It's a battle that has been fought since the beginning of time and all Rhiana wanted out of life was to be able to do her part in tipping the scales in the favor of good & light each day. 

With the help of her coven that stretches across continents and the support of the deities above she truly believes her actions make a difference in the world. Mundane her life isn't, but in a matter of hours it becomes turned upside down so many times Rhiana isn't sure she will ever get it straightened out again. There are other forces working against her, natural and otherwise, and they've decided to strike where it would hurt the most - members of the High Priestess's coven. 

The brutal attacks are followed with a death threat that strikes fear in everyone and Rhiana starts to wonder if she'll be able to protect the people she loves and defeat an evil that thirsts for nothing less than complete destruction. With the help of every witch in her coven and her abilities in the Craft she decides to fight for everything that she loves and believes in. Will it be enough?

About the Author

Wendy Ahrens-Gaydos



Wendy Ahrens-Gaydos started writing poetry and short stories at the age of 9 and never put the pen down, always dreaming of becoming a published author. After graduating from Abilene High School in Abilene, Texas she chose to enlist in the U.S. Navy and served as a Hospital Corpsman for 11 years. The military gave her many experiences and gifts, including her husband James. 

Wendy left the service in 2005 to be a stay-at-home mom to their then only child - a beautiful and brilliant daughter Rhiana - and to support James in his continuing military career. 

Now when Wendy isn't writing she works as a photographer, chases her hilarious toddler twin boys Isaac and Zachary, admires a 4th grade Rhiana who has apparently caught the writing bug from her mother as well and is attempting to spend more time with her husband that recently retired after 22 years of service. They live in the Pacific Northwest in Lake Stevens, Washington which they all love, including the rain.

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If your interested in reviewing Immortal Threat please email me on:-
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Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Twins Read

The Twins Read

Blog Name: The Twins Read
Contributors: Michelle and Nicole
Email: thetwinsread@gmail.com
Country: Philippines

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Bio
Michelle
Hi, I'm Michelle! I'm 20 years young, and I'm currently a third year university student at the Ateneo de Manila. I think this blog is already enough proof of how much I adore books. I especially love reading the things written on beauty products, especially the ones for hair care. I like traveling, and have no plans yet on what to do after graduation. Maybe pursue a Masters, or get another degree... I really have no idea on that front yet. I want to think that there's more to life than my comfort zone, and until I have enough time and courage to create a life story that's uniquely mine, I'll have to settle for the adventure that books will provide to expand my imagination.
Nicole
Hey, I'm Nicole. I'm 20 years old and am currently a third year student at the University of Santo Tomas. The number of books I hoard is a testament to how much I love them. I like buying books, reading books and, strangely, wrapping books with plastic to keep them safe and clean and spiffy. I have this strange predilection for books bound in plastic and I will not read a book that isn't properly wrapped. I play around in Illustrator so all the banners, past/present/future, will most likely be made by me. Unless stated otherwise. I currently have no plans after college, I'd just like to do my practicum and pass my thesis. The rest is pretty much undecided. I'd like to travel more in future and learn how to surf.
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