Bout of Books 8.0 – Goals & Sign Up

The Bout of Books read-a-thon is organized by Amanda @ On a Book Bender and Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal. It is a week long read-a-thon that begins 12:01am Monday, August 19th and runs through Sunday, August 25th in whatever time zone you are in. Bout of Books is low-pressure, and the only reading competition is between you and your usual number of books read in a week. There are challenges, giveaways, and a grand prize, but all of these are completely optional. For all Bout of Books 8.0 information and updates, be sure to visit the Bout of Books blog. – From the Bout of Books team

Bout of Books As usual I seem to be coming in a bit late ;D But at least I’m here right!

So I have till Saturday to knock some books off my TBR with the rest of the BOB crew. Lets see if I can manage at least 3 before the end of the week. That’s all the goal I’ll set myself is number of books. I’ll track pages read but not set a goal for number of pages. See my sidebar for progress notes.

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ARC August Challenge

ARC-August-Button First off thanks to Read. Sleep. Repeat. for hosting this. Since I needed some motivation for not only my eBook review copies but the physical copies as well. Anyone else interested here’s where you join up. In my case just the accountability of the challenges seems to help a bit. But the other challenge I found right now is eBook only so this helps get me going on the stack of physical copies I have all over the place.

Since this is only one month I am going for 10 total and since I have a total of 10 eBooks for the eBook challenge which has 2 months left that means 5 of these books will be for both challenges and 5 will be physical books HOPEFULLY!

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NetGalley Knockout Challenge

Netgalley-Knockout-Button-2013 I’m coming into this a bit after the fact but hey it runs another couple months and I have a huge list of eBooks for review so I need all the motivation I can get. Here’s where you go to join up yourselves. The sign-ups are open till Sept 1. Thanks to Goldilox and the Three Weres for hosting this Challenge. See my sidebar for progress notes on challenges.

My goal is going to be 10 eBooks – HOPEFULLY!

Note I am adding two challenge sign-ups today but this one is eBook only. Hence the reason for two because both piles are out of control.

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Ever Wanted to Be a Character In a Book …

@HPMallory is giving readers that chance. You can enter to be a character in her next #LilyHarper book at her blog. However today is the last chance to “audition” for the cast of The Underground City. What’s cool about this “audition” though is all you have to do is follow the instructions for entry(ies) into a random drawing. The more things you do the more entries you get.

Better Off Dead Oh and if you aren’t already familiar with @HPMallory and her work check out her Amazon page. The first book of her earlier series Dulcie O’Neill is usually free. The first Lily Harper book is Better Off Dead $3.99 e-book or $10.79 paperback depending on your preferred choice of fodder.

(Note Amazon links are affiliate links – you are not required to use them if you choose to purchase from Amazon and it will not cost you additional to do so. However BWR Tours will receive a minimal percentage of purchases made using affiliate links and as a Partner I receive a portion of those proceeds.)

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The Eighth Square (#Fayborn Book 2) by J Aleksandr Wootton – My Review

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My Musings on TES:
Unlike some I didn’t have to wait for this book after I read HUI but I will have to wait for AFOFM now. Unfortunately it is a rather impatient wait on my part though I do understand that Mr Wootton is doing his best to get it to his readers as promptly as possible.

One of my favorite late comers to HUI, who got her own post last week, becomes a key player throughout the plot of this book. Turns out BTW looking at her picture she could almost be my younger sister.

Since I co-edited this book, I will be refraining from the usual comments on mechanics and technical aspects of the writing. This will focus solely on plot and characters since the edit was not related to developmental points I can focus on those without a COI.

Obviously I’ve already made my attachment to Wysteria very clear in featuring her last week and statements in both this review and my HUI review last week. However that is only one example of the intricate craftsmanship of plot, characters and descriptions Wootton has woven into his world. He has taken bits of fairytales, mythology, legend, perhaps even Shakespeare and built an entirely new epic around them with twists and turns to throw off even the most avid mystery fans.

Whatever your reading tastes desire; adventure, fantasy, suspense, romance – you’ll find it in Wootton’s #fayborn saga. Don’t forget however this is book two and it does pick up midstream of the storyline so you best start at the beginning with HUI.

Her Unwelcome Inheritance (book 1)
Jason M. Smith (July 30, 2012)
HUI Petra Godfellow is ready – a little nervous, but ready – to grow up and leave home. She doesn’t know the family secret – about the man who loved her mother, who never could accept that it was over between them…
….who’s crazy enough to believe that he’s the king of Faerie.
As Petra begins her first semester at Lightfoot College, she’ll be forced to navigate her own doubts when people she respects reveal their beliefs in the absurd and impossible. She’ll be stalked by the supernatural, asked to bargain with unfriendly powers for the fate of another world.
And it’s not just her future that’s in danger – it’s her mother, her aunt, her best friend – and thousands of refugees from a centuries-old civil war in Faerie who are tired of staying in hiding… (ISBN#9781491291009 Print 9781301949687 eBook, 178pp, $9.99 print list, $3.74 eBook list)

For more Info or to Purchase HUI visit:
Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo or Smashwords


The Eighth Square (book 2)
J Aleksandr Wootton (Sep. 25, 2013)
Dodging unwelcome encounters with the supernatural is making Petra Godfellow’s freshman year very difficult.
Emissaries from the imprisoned Faerie Queen are looking for her. Members of the Green Kingdom Militia watch her everywhere she goes. Worst of all, servants of James Oberon keep trying to kidnap her. All because they believe that Petra is a direct descendant of Robin the Puck, and therefore endowed with special powers that can help them.
Petra is pretty certain she doesn’t have any special powers. She didn’t know anything about Faerie, or the thousands of Fayborn refugees living in hiding here on earth, until this past summer. She’s still not sure she believes any of it; after all, her aunt, her godfather, and her roommate do seem a bit crazy.
Petra’s friends and family have tried hard to keep her safe so that she can have the ‘normal’ college experience she wants, but the Fayborn seeking her help are getting desperate… (ISBN#9781492860945 print 9781301752799 eBook, 153pp, $9.79 print list, $3.48 eBook list)

For more Info or to Purchase TES visit:
Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo or Smashwords


Meet J Aleksandr Wootton:
JackJ. Aleksandr Wootton is the author of the Fayborn novel series and a miscellany of other writings, many of which are available on various sites around the web.
He is also professor of folklore at Lightfoot College. His research focuses mainly on post-war Faerie, and on accounts of meetings between humans and sojourning fay.
He enjoys cooking, gardening, and long conversations accompanied by a well-brewed pint.

Find Jack on the Web:
Jack’s Website, Blog – Smithy of the Written Word, Twitter, Goodreads and Fayborn Facebook


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Her Unwelcome Inheritance (#Fayborn Book 1) by J Aleksandr Wootton – My Review

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HUI
My Musings on HUI:

Other than some minor formatting and mechanical issues that caused me some hiccups in the reading process I thoroughly enjoyed this book and couldn’t wait to get to TES.

I connected with certain characters more than others and was hoping since they were introduced as secondary players late in this book they would recur in TES. I was pleasantly rewarded to find they became major players especially a certain someone I featured yesterday.

As a huge fantasy buff I was pleased to find some new twists and a fast read without sacrificing the worldbuilding necessary to keep things understandable to the reader. One quick aside however – read this book first! Do not try skipping ahead to TES. The plotlines carry on from one another so this book builds the necessary foundation. I love books that keep on going if they don’t bore however a fast paced short read isn’t to be scoffed at provided the writing is quality and the story premise is unique and well-crafted. This book met nearly all my expectations or exceeded them for a great reading experience. I had my reservations about a few minor areas but again those were overcome by the other areas where this writer excelled. With a wee bit of touch up I wouldn’t have any complaints at all. Next week I’ll be reviewing TES.

Her Unwelcome Inheritance (book 1)
Jason M. Smith (July 30, 2012)
Petra Godfellow is ready – a little nervous, but ready – to grow up and leave home. She doesn’t know the family secret – about the man who loved her mother, who never could accept that it was over between them…
….who’s crazy enough to believe that he’s the king of Faerie.
As Petra begins her first semester at Lightfoot College, she’ll be forced to navigate her own doubts when people she respects reveal their beliefs in the absurd and impossible. She’ll be stalked by the supernatural, asked to bargain with unfriendly powers for the fate of another world.
And it’s not just her future that’s in danger – it’s her mother, her aunt, her best friend – and thousands of refugees from a centuries-old civil war in Faerie who are tired of staying in hiding… (ISBN#9781491291009 Print 9781301949687 eBook, 178pp, $9.99 print list, $3.74 eBook list)

For more Info or to Purchase HUI visit:
Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo or Smashwords


The Eighth Square (book 2)
J Aleksandr Wootton (Sep. 25, 2013)
TES Dodging unwelcome encounters with the supernatural is making Petra Godfellow’s freshman year very difficult.
Emissaries from the imprisoned Faerie Queen are looking for her. Members of the Green Kingdom Militia watch her everywhere she goes. Worst of all, servants of James Oberon keep trying to kidnap her. All because they believe that Petra is a direct descendant of Robin the Puck, and therefore endowed with special powers that can help them.
Petra is pretty certain she doesn’t have any special powers. She didn’t know anything about Faerie, or the thousands of Fayborn refugees living in hiding here on earth, until this past summer. She’s still not sure she believes any of it; after all, her aunt, her godfather, and her roommate do seem a bit crazy.
Petra’s friends and family have tried hard to keep her safe so that she can have the ‘normal’ college experience she wants, but the Fayborn seeking her help are getting desperate… (ISBN#9781492860945 print 9781301752799 eBook, 153pp, $9.79 print list, $3.48 eBook list)

For more Info or to Purchase TES visit:
Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo or Smashwords


Meet J Aleksandr Wootton:
JackJ. Aleksandr Wootton is the author of the Fayborn novel series and a miscellany of other writings, many of which are available on various sites around the web.
He is also professor of folklore at Lightfoot College. His research focuses mainly on post-war Faerie, and on accounts of meetings between humans and sojourning fay.
He enjoys cooking, gardening, and long conversations accompanied by a well-brewed pint.

Find Jack on the Web:
Jack’s Website, Blog – Smithy of the Written Word, Twitter, Goodreads and Fayborn Facebook


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Wysteria of J Aleksandr Wootton’s #Fayborn Series – BWR Tour

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Wysteria is introduced near the end of HUI as Petra’s dorm roommate at Lightfoot, they quickly become good friends and she is a very key character in TES. As an orphan she dislikes being alone. Contrarily however she is an avid reader of fantasy, paranormal and historical romance as well as believing in fairies. She likes boys
even better than fairies – but isn’t into the Greek scene. Wants to be dating before first semester ends and find Mr right by Thanksgiving.

wysteria sml 1 You and Petra drink hot chocolate at stressful times. Is that your go-to comfort food or do you have another favorite?

Oh, pretty much any hot beverage is great! Hot chocolate and fruit-flavored tea are easiest in the dorm, but I’m pretty much always up for a coffee run at any hour of the day or night. Oooh, and let’s not forget chai!
The only hot drinks I really don’t like are instant cider and mulled wine. Blech.


2 In The Eighth Square you make a discovery about yourself that changes much of what you’ve “known” for almost two decades. As you grow in this new identity many things change in your abilities and personality. How do you feel about the abrupt change in who and what you are especially in a world where you were already different?

Gosh, where to start? I mean, on the one hand everything I’m learning and remembering about being a fay is a serious rush, and I have to be really careful. Sometimes I feel like I’m standing on top of a tall tower, and next thing I know I might be flying or falling to my death.
Even before this happened, I feel like I was mostly over my adolescent issues about not fitting in… though I guess I still care what other people think. My older self totally doesn’t care at all. I can be caught between wanting to be liked and despising everyone all at the same time.
I’ve thought about locking myself in my room between classes until I mellow out, but I have no idea how long that will take and the idea of it is just depressing. Besides, Petra needs me. I guess I’ll manage.


3 Does discovering the betrayal of someone you trusted and thought you loved before discovering your true identity sour you on the idea of love and relationships that you were so eager for early on?

What? Haha. Yeah, that was pretty embarrassing. I wouldn’t say it’s soured me – there’s plenty of fish in the sea, ya know?
It’s weird though… the adolescent me is still all about boys, but I think maybe I feel ready for someone… older. Ever since I started to remember who I am – you know – I keep having these moments where I’m checking out a hot guy and then suddenly he looks super-young. And then I glance around and pretty much all the guys on campus look like babies, but a professor or librarian will catch my eye. My brain kinda switches back and forth without warning. Until that settles down, it’s going make any relationship pretty awkward. Even going on a date might be too weird right now.


4 How would you and Jamie get along if the two of you ever meet? Being Petra’s closest friends there must be some commonalities besides proximity at the time she connected with you so it would be interesting to me to see what would happen if you ever met.

Hmm. I’ve heard a lot about Jamie from Petra, probably more than she’s heard about me at this point. To be honest, I think if Petra had another best friend in her life right now I’d feel a little jealous. If Jamie felt the same way about me, I could see that not ending well… for her! Joking. Umm.
Jamie sounds like a good person though, so as long as she didn’t try to monopolize Petra as the “childhood friend” or whatever I’d make an effort to be nice, for Petra’s sake. It would probably be fine. I hope.


5 When you all were getting rid of Petra’s nightmare you seemed to conjure a resolution that was rather complex without intending to. This happened shortly after you initially discovered who and what you are. Was that spell somehow instinctual out of your desire to protect Petra?

Maybe? I’m actually still not sure about that one. For all I know one of my sisters conjured the spell, probably from a desire to protect us, and then put in my hands. I hardly knew what I was doing.
Since then I’ve gotten my sisters to teach me the spell, just in case we have to fight some other incorporeal monster. I really hope not, though. Seeing your best friend possessed is really, really creepy.


6 Can you give us a preview of your role in the next installment of the Fayborn saga? (Without giving away too much of the story of course)

Well, based on everything that happened right at the end of The Eighth Square, obviously I have a lot to figure out in the next book. I have some really horrible suspicions about my sister Deirdre – where she went, and what she might have done. I don’t dare say more – I can’t even confide in my other sisters.
Until I can be sure what happened, I might have to leave Petra and the others on their own. I’m not sure it’s safe for them to be around me, or for me to know where they are. If my suspicions are correct, I might be endangering their lives and not even know it. There’s too much I haven’t remembered yet about the people I and my sisters used to be.
Basically, I’m realizing that I really have no idea who I was. At all. And that’s really scary.
Hopefully I’ll figure it out in A First or Final Mischief.


    ABOUT THE FAYBORN SERIES

Her Unwelcome Inheritance (book1)
Jason M. Smith (July 30, 2012)
HUIPetra Godfellow is ready – a little nervous, but ready – to grow up and leave home. She doesn’t know the family secret – about the man who loved her mother, who never could accept that it was over between them…
….who’s crazy enough to believe that he’s the king of Faerie.
As Petra begins her first semester at Lightfoot College, she’ll be forced to navigate her own doubts when people she respects reveal their beliefs in the absurd and impossible. She’ll be stalked by the supernatural, asked to bargain with unfriendly powers for the fate of another world.
And it’s not just her future that’s in danger – it’s her mother, her aunt, her best friend – and thousands of refugees from a centuries-old civil war in Faerie who are tired of staying in hiding… (ISBN#9781491291009 Print 9781301949687 eBook, 178pp, $9.99 print list, $3.74 eBook list)

Find More Info or Purchase HUI:
Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo or Smashwords


The Eighth Square (book 2)
J Aleksandr Wootton (Sep. 25, 2013)
TESDodging unwelcome encounters with the supernatural is making Petra Godfellow’s freshman year very difficult.
Emissaries from the imprisoned Faerie Queen are looking for her. Members of the Green Kingdom Militia watch her everywhere she goes. Worst of all, servants of James Oberon keep trying to kidnap her. All because they believe that Petra is a direct descendant of Robin the Puck, and therefore endowed with special powers that can help them.
Petra is pretty certain she doesn’t have any special powers. She didn’t know anything about Faerie, or the thousands of Fayborn refugees living in hiding here on earth, until this past summer. She’s still not sure she believes any of it; after all, her aunt, her godfather, and her roommate do seem a bit crazy.
Petra’s friends and family have tried hard to keep her safe so that she can have the ‘normal’ college experience she wants, but the Fayborn seeking her help are getting desperate… (ISBN#9781492860945 print 9781301752799 eBook, 153pp, $9.79 print list, $3.48 eBook list)

Find more Info or Purchase TES:
Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo or Smashwords


Meet J Aleksandr Wootton:
JackJ. Aleksandr Wootton is the author of the Fayborn novel series and a miscellany of other writings, many of which are available on various sites around the web.
He is also professor of folklore at Lightfoot College. His research focuses mainly on post-war Faerie, and on accounts of meetings between humans and sojourning fay.
He enjoys cooking, gardening, and long conversations accompanied by a well-brewed pint.

Find Jack on the Web:
Jack’s Website, Blog – Smithy of the Written Word, Twitter, Goodreads and Fayborn Facebook


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The 228 Legacy by Jennifer J Chow – My Review (BWR Tour)

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My Musings:
It took me awhile to get into this book although I went into it very intrigued by the idea and wanting to know more about the historical events surrounding this Taiwanese family as well as their cultural heritage. Though I am from Western cultural heritages and grew up in the American white middle class, I still find myself very interested in many other heritages and cultures around the world. I also quickly grew attached to the characters despite the time it took for the connections to be built between their stories which made the reading a bit disjointed and more difficult for some readers to follow at first.

Overall I found it to be an interesting and informative cultural and historical piece as well as commentary on society in general. A more coherent plot line in the beginning would have improved readability but in general I was able to overlook minor flow issues for the story premise and characters that grabbed my initial interest. This would be a 3 of 5 on my scale. I would recommend it to certain types of readers but it doesn’t win my overwhelming praise.

About the Book:
228 Legacy Cover Martin Sisters Publishing (7/25/2013)
Three generations in an all-female Taiwanese family living near Los Angeles in 1980 are each guarding personal secrets. Grandmother Silk finds out that she has breast cancer, as daughter Lisa loses her job, while pre-teen granddaughter Abbey struggles with a school bully. When Silk’s mysterious past comes out—revealing a shocking historical event that left her widowed—the truth forces the family to reconnect emotionally and battle their problems together.
A novel of cultural identity and long-standing secrets, The 228 Legacy weaves together multigenerational viewpoints, showing how heritage and history can influence individual behavior and family bonds. (ISBN#9781625530394, 322pp, $16.95 Paperback, $6.99 eBook)

About the Author:
Jen Chow Jennifer J. Chow, an Asian-American writer, holds a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and a Master’s in Social Welfare from UCLA. Her geriatric work experience has informed her stories. She lives near Los Angeles, California.
Her fiction has appeared in Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, IdeaGems Magazine, and Mouse Tales Press. Her Taiwanese-American novel, The 228 Legacy, made it to the second round of the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest and was published by Martin Sisters Publishing in August 2013.

Codicil:
Follow the rest of this tour via links on the calendar above.

Visit Jennifer at her Website, Facebook, and Twitter

For more on the book or to purchase a copy ($16.95 Paperback, $6.99 eBook) go to
Amazon or Barnes and Noble

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BOB Acrostic Book Poem Challenge

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This challenge is hosted by I Read, Ergo I Write. See the Challenge Post for details.

Shadowlands

Seeking
Haunting
Agitated
Dodging
On the Run
Wondering
Longing
Afflicted
Nightmarish
Doubting
Suspenseful

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BOB 8.0 Day 6

Bout of Books Yesterday I made it to 67% of Hereafter by Kate Brian the sequel to Shadowlands for 137 pages. Again time is an issue and I was hoping to get further but hopefully I can knock out this and one more this weekend.

I forgot to link my progress post on Day 5 for Day 4′s reading on the BOB Blog. That link <— back there, in the previous sentence, will take you to it.

See my sidebar for all the details of my tracking in graphic glory for this and any other ongoing challenges/read-a-thons I am participating in.

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BOB 8.0 Day 5

Bout of Books Yesterday I started Hereafter by Kate Brian the sequel to Shadowlands for 77 pages. Again time is an issue and I was hoping to get further but hopefully I can knock out this and one more this weekend.

See my sidebar for all the details of my tracking in graphic glory for this and any other ongoing challenges/read-a-thons I am participating in.

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BOB Bookish MadLibs Challenge

This Challenge is hosted by The Space Between. See the Challenge Post for details.

A. The Dublin Destiny by Jill Twigg
B. Philip Brennan – The Call (Time Masters, Book One) by Geralyn Beauchamp
C. An Impartial Witness by Charles Todd
D. 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
E. Garden of Madness by Tracy L. Higley
F. Gabi Mueller – Chasing Mona Lisa by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey
G. How to Eat a Cupcake by Meg Donohue

Help! I’m being held captive in Dublin, by Philip Brennan!
It is very Impartial here!
He is demanding 48 Gardens to set me free!
I have just discovered that Gabi Mueller was captured too!
On second thought, please send Cupcakes, and don’t worry if you don’t hear from us for awhile!

Much Love,

Melissa/ForstRose

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BOB I Spy.. Challenge

This challenge is hosted by Paperback Daydreamer. See the challenge post for details.

I SPY…

…snowflakes A Christmas Rose by Breeana Puttroff
…flames Through the Fire by Shawn Grady
…a city skyline God on the Streets of Gotham by Paul Asay
…the moon Seals of the Ages by Russell Loyola Sullivan
…a sword Golden Blood by Melissa Pearl
…a wedding dress Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles
…high heels The Witch is Back by H P Mallory
…fog Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith
…a Christmas tree Savanna’s Gift by Camille Eide
…sunglasses Blind School by John Matthews
…lightening Parched by Z L Arkadie
…a tattoo Tsunami Blue by Gayle Ann Williams
…combat boots Darkness Falls by Jessica Sorenson
…hand-cuffs Legally Binding by Alessia Brio (note the Challenge already closed but I had to keep looking till I found this one last bookcover :D)
…a road Raft People by M L Katz

I am going ahead and posting this now to get my entry in but will still keep looking for the handcuffs and add that title if I can find something. I’ve covered most of my eReader titles but haven’t gone through my print books that aren’t in storage yet.

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