Wednesday, February 27, 2013

WWW Wednesday and Goodreads Giveaway


Hump day means it's time for another round of WWW Wednesdays, hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?   

 What are you currently reading?






Really enjoying both of these so far!

What did you recently finish reading?




I received a review copy of this book through the Knights of the Round Table group on Goodreads. I'm glad I did as it's a creepy and suspenseful read and I'm looking forward to reading more from Renee.

What do you think you'll read next?



I'm really excited for next week's launch party for Boomtown Craze, the third volume in the Backworlds series by M. Pax. Yay, Mary!  

Have you read any good books lately? What's on your TBR list?

Finally, since we're on the subject of books and reading, I wanted to share that I am holding my first Goodreads giveaway and will be giving away three paperback copies of Polar Night. If you'd like to enter, just go here:

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Polar Night by Julie Flanders

Polar Night

by Julie Flanders

Giveaway ends March 26, 2013.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
Enter to win

34 comments:

  1. I finished reading THE SNOW CHILD by Eowyn Ivey and really enjoyed it. Now I'm reading ME BEFORE YOU by Jojo Moyes - so far so good! :)

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  2. I just finished reading Tracy Kidder and Richard Todd's book, "Good Prose: The Art of Nonfiction" and am reading Barbara Kingsolver's book, "Flight Behavior". Next up: "The Round House" by Louise Erdrich. Ahhh the bliss of books! I'll be back-- I want to see what others are reading. I'm always looking for good reads.

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  3. Thank you, Julie. I just finished Slipstream and Hannah's Dream. I'm currently reading Cherie Reich's Gravity trilogy and Secrets of a Mayan Moon by Paty Jager. I plan to read Polar Night next.

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  4. Hi Julie. I just entered to win your book. I really love that cover!

    I just finished reading May Thsi Be The Best Year Of Your Life by Bornstein. It was a memoir and very interesting.

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  5. Strangely enough, I'm currently reading (and really enjoying) Polar Night :)

    The last book I finished was the first Harry Potter novel.

    I'm looking forward to reading "Weighted", by Ciara Knight

    Happy Hump Day :)

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  6. Hi, Julie,


    Some fascinating reads. I enjoyed Michael's book.... I was one of the first reviewers and a host for his book tour.

    Off to enter your contest. I have Polar Nights on my TBR list.

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  7. I finished reading Storm Dancer, I am reading the Princess of Las Pulgas and next I'll read Karma and Mayhem and Save the Cat at the same time. Or that's my hope.

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  8. @Madeline, I like both of those titles, will have to check them out.

    @Julie, me too! And bliss is the best word for it. :)

    @Mary, thanks! I really enjoyed Cherie's trilogy.

    @Lee, thank you! That memoir does sound interesting, I like the title a lot.

    @Mark, I'm so glad you're enjoying it! Thanks!

    @Michael, thanks for entering and adding the book to your list. I think Michael's book is great, already looking forward to the next one.

    @Al, you're reading a lot at once! I love that though, great to have so many to read. :)



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  9. Great reads :) I'm reading Send by Patty Blount and Blood Fugue by EJ Wesley. I just finished reading Perks of Being a Wallflower, Boyfriends, Burritos, and an Ocean of Trouble by Nanacy Rue and Things Change by Patrick Jones. I'm planning on reading Deadly Cool by Gemma Halloway...but I have a huge stack of to reads so that may change:) Hope you are having a wonderful day! Will check out your cool giveaway.

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  10. @Rebecca, oh, I love EJ's books, that's a great series. Thanks, I hope you are having a great day as well. :)

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  11. I recently finished My One Square Inch of Alaska by Ohio author Sharon Short. Not my usual read (it's a coming of age story set in the 50's) but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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  12. @LD, that sounds like a good one. I am going to check that out, I haven't heard of Sharon Short.

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  13. Ooh lots of good reads there! Haven't had time to pick up a book, but i have been listening to my audiobooks regularly :)
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  14. @nutschell, it's funny, I never used to like audiobooks but recently I got totally hooked on them and now I love them. Glad you are enjoying yours!

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  15. Hi Julie,

    Thanks for stopping by Fiction Books today. I love 'meeting' new people and always appreciate visits and comments.

    I quite like the sound of 'One Good Dog' and have added that to my reading list, so thanks for highlighting that one.

    I also love the premise for your own book 'Polar Night' and wish you every success with it. Unfortunately, I am not in the US, so am not eligible for the 'Goodreads' giveaway, however I shall be keeping an eye open for a copy of the book.

    I see from your bio., that you enjoy the 'Thomas Lynley books by Elizabeth George, so we have somwthing in common there. I don't know if it has ever aired in the US, but many of the stories were adapted for television here in the UK and I have watched them time and time again without tiring of them.

    I hope that your week is going well,

    Yvonne

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  16. I have entered. But how do you make one of those on Goodread? The enter to win thingie?

    Hugs and chocolate,
    Shelly

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  17. All of the books sound like great reads! Good luck with your giveaway Julie! I can't wait to start reading Polar Night!

    Julie

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  18. @Yvonne, thanks so much for coming by! And yes, I love the Lynley books, those are among my favorite books. Thanks for your good luck wishes!

    @Shelly, thanks for entering! I sent you an email with a link to set one up.

    @Julie, thanks!!

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  19. I am reading Every Day, by David Levithan and just finished Daughter of Smoke and Bone, by Laini Taylor. Loved Smoke and Bone :) Looking forward to the movie next year.

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  20. I just finished the third book in the Brotherband Chronicles by John Flanagan, I'm reading about five books at once but the one that's holding my attention is a loan from a friend called The Prophet. Next . . I'm not sure yet.

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  21. I'm reading A Fallow Heart by Linda Kage, a contemporary romance that I'm enjoying very much.

    I just finished a Chicago mystery by Libby Fischer Hellmann titled Easy Innocence that I liked a lot.

    Not sure what I will read next, but I'm thinking either Unearthly by Cynthia Hand or Born of Fire by Heather McCorkle.

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  22. I'm hooked on Vikings at the moment. Reading about Vikings in Ireland, 9th century. Can't help it, historical fiction is my favorite genre to read.

    And, wow, Mary has another release coming? She's a very busy writer. :)

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  23. I just read 4 books by Alexis Harrington. Love her writing. :)

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  24. I've read Slipstream. You know I'm a sucker for any good dog story, so let me know about that one. Boomtown Crazy is on my teetering TBR pile.

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  25. @Jenn, oh, I didn't know that was going to be a movie. I need to check that out, love the title.

    @Tyrean, I'm trying to read a bunch of books at once too, I never do that but lately I just have too many I want to read LOL.

    @Alex, me too!

    @Carol, those all sound good to me. :)

    @LG, yay for the Vikings! :D

    @Melissa, oh, I've never read her, will check her out too.

    @Brinda, so far I totally love this dog story. I will definitely let you know!

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  26. Sadly, my answers are Chapters 8, 9, and 10 of my Research Methodology textbook :P

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  27. @Samantha, oh no! At least your break is coming up soon. :)

    @Michael, you're welcome! :)

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  28. Thanks for stopping by planetpooks!

    Nephilim Genesis looks very intriguing. I need to investigate that one!

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  29. @Patricia, you're welcome, I'm so glad to have found your site. Thanks for coming by. :)

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  30. Slipstream is awesome! And I need to find time to catch up on Backworlds. *sighs* Too many books, not enough time.

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  31. Haven't heard of any of these books before, but wow, they all look awesome! Nephilim Genesis of Evil especially grabs my eye. I'm such a sucker for creepy fiction!

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