Monday, March 19, 2012

Latest in Blog Visiting of the Week of March 12-18th, 2012

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The favorite blogs of the week and why their content made them the favorite of the week! 


1. NEW BOOKS ON MY SHELVES blog: Lucy over at her blog has been up to doing lots of manga reading and reviewing. The reviews at her blog are somehow really new, entertaining pieces of work. Recently read quite a nice review for: -REC-THE DAY YOU CRIED BY MAKINO AOI .Recommended by Lucy.

Post visited @ NEW BOOKS ON MY SHELVES-REC-THE DAY YOU CRIED BY MAKINO AOI

2. Dark Faerie Tales blog: The bloggers @ DFT welcome Christina Henry with a author interview! You'll get to find something about her Madeline Black urban fantasy series which mostly from what have seen really have fantastic-looking covers. Christina talks most about her most recent novel in the series , Black Howl. Along the way you get a look at Christina's author tips and own ways of going about researching to write books. There's also an opportunity to win a copy of Black Howl!

Post visited @  DFT-Author Interview & Giveaway: Black Howl by Christina

3. The Book Cellar blog: A quick mention of Erica's experience of meeting Leah Clifford at book release event of A Touch Morbid. In the post, you can enter to win a copy of A Touch Morbid.

Post visited @ The Book Cellar-Giveaway: A Touch Mortal by Leah

4. Civilian Reader blog: Setefan shares the mini-reviews of his latest encounter with the comics in the comics round-up. Especially found this time interesting the review of Fairest #1 (Vertigo) by Bill Willingham. Seems like if your interested in dark, twisted fairy re-tellings which includes dark artwork which seems particularly beautiful  , Fairest , should be of comic-reading interest.

Post visited @ CR-Comic Round-Up (Mar.14)

Take a Look at the Week's Content @ Book & Movie Dimension a Blog


[For those of you that missed anything for the week of March 12-18th, 2012. Only popular posts mentioned below though.]

Book Tours
Twenty years ago, Catherine Whitley was the victim of a horrible crime. Betrayed by her friends, including the boy she loved, she was left to die when the Rock Harbor Opera House caught fire, taking a disturbing secret with her to her grave. 

Seventeen-year-old Heath Ingram was driving the night his Jeep careened off the road, killing three of his closest friends. Once a popular, outgoing athlete, Heath now suffers from severe depression and crippling anxiety. His parents decide to send him to stay with his uncle in Rock Harbor, Oregon for the summer, praying that by getting away he will be able to put this awful tragedy behind him. 

When Heath starts working at the newly renovated Rock Harbor Opera House, he meets Molly, a young dancer who awakens in him a desire to start over and move on. But, when he begins having visions of a half-burned girl in a white dress, he starts to think he may be slipping even further over the edge. 
Enter to win One, Signed, Hardcover copy of "The Weeping".  

Discussing the books
[This is a very new post that is just talk about books. Contains lots of spoilers, so more for people who have finished reading the titled novel and would like to see speculation on the novel. If you're interested would to love to hear your thoughts in the comment's section on the disscussion posts.]

Latest: Discussing the Books: The Girl in the Clockwork Collar (The Steampunk Chronicles #2) by Kady Cross
Even though this was in last week's post you should definitely check it out. In-depth coverage of the second book in The Steampunk Chronicles, The Girl In the Clockwork Collar.


There were a lot of posts with giveaways in this week's blog visiting. Should give everyone a heads up on these giveaways. That's it for this week! Thanks for reading.

Thanks to Stefan! at  Civilian Reader blog  for the idea to the post creation of Latest in Blog Visiting with his Week In Review posts. See his latest Week In Review (Mar. 11-17) .

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