Sunday, April 8, 2012

Latest in Blog Visiting of the Week of April 2-8, 2012

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

1.  Experiments in Manga blog:  Ash shares his latest in manga including one particular out of many that has a review for Absolute Boyfriend Volumes 1-6 by Yuu Watase which want to get!

Post visited @ Experiments in Manga-My Week In Manga: March 26-April 1, 2012

2.  Civilian Reader blog: Stefan shares his April 2012 book picks which lean toward the book side of Fantasy and Science Fiction!

Post visited @ Civilian Reader-Top Picks for April 2012

3. Les Livres blog: Collen will be changing her blog's name to something new. Find out what.
See her review of The Golden Compass. Really fell for her blog and her as a book reviewer then.

Post visited @ Les Livres- Ch-Ch-changes

4. A Cupcake and a Latte blog: Wendy has a giveaway for Of Poseidon by Anna Banks.

Post visited @ A Cupcake and a Latte-Book Trailer + Giveaway: Of Poseidon by Anna Banks

5. Splash of Our Worlds blog: Yiota shares a book review recommended to her by Emlyn Chand of The Sword and The Flame (The Forging) by CP Bialois.

Post visited @ Splash of Our Worlds-The Sword and The Flame (The Forging)

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 26-April 1, 2012. Only popular posts mentioned below though.]


  • Fantasy
Kallon Redheart lives with his back turned on his fellow dragons, on humans, and on everything he once understood. Riza Diantus is a young woman with dreams too wide to fit inside her village fence. Their unexpected friendship is risky in Leland Province, where drought has stripped the land and superstition has cowed its people. And the danger only grows. Fordon Blackclaw, Dragon Council Leader, resents Leland's time-worn venur system. He has inflamed tensions between dragons and humans to the brink of war. He wants to trample humans into utter submission, or wipe them off the face of the land. Anger erupts, scorching innocent lives in its path. When Riza is threatened, Kallon is the only one with the power to save her. But first, he must confront his past and the future he stopped believing in. He must claim his destiny. 
If you love fantasy or dragons you'll love Redheart.

On the streets, they call fifteen year old orphan Isaiah Marshall the “Indestructible Diamond”. Isaiah is the leader of the “Redrovers”, a group of teenage misfits consisting of his friends Jeremy, Monty, and Pipsqueak, but when they trespass into “Kaliber Academy” to get even with the arrogant Jason Ollopa, they are in way over their heads. 
Principal Webb enrolls them into the High School and Isaiah soon learns about the existence of the gods of the Ancient World. Because the gods have refused to fight the last War for fear of the Mysterious Dark, the Powers-that-Be have stripped them of their spiritual bodies and given them mortal, teenage forms. 

Isaiah discovers he's not only a god, but that he's the child of the Greek goddess Metis, the son destined to overthrow his cruel and sadistic father Zeus, the Darkener of the Sky, and become the greatest god in all the Pantheons. 

Isaiah is thrown into a world where the democratic Olympians, war-mongering Norse, Gothic Celts, firstborn Egyptians, the enlightened Hindu, the animal-like Aztecs, the martial artist Asians, the intelligent Babylonians, the great spirits of the Native American Indians, and the fierce Finnish will war against one another for the greatest of all prizes: the Dominion.

Don't miss out in discovering this fascinating mythology grounded fantasy book. 
See review!

Marley Claviger is just trying to get her life together. Stumbling into an ancient conflict between celestial forces is going to make that a whole lot harder... 

When Marley wakes up to a phone call from a pair of terrified children, she doesn’t expect to be pulled into a secret war. She rescues them from an empty house and promises to find their missing uncle. She even manages to feed them dinner. But she barely feels competent to manage her own life, let alone care for small children with strange, ominous powers... 

And when a mysterious angelic figure shows up and tries to claim the girls, it all falls apart... 
Plagued by visions of disaster, Marley has no idea what she's gotten herself into, but she knows one thing: magical or not, the kids need her.  

Find out the good and bad of Matchbox Girls.
  • Comics
Brent Marks is not a freak. He is one of the Pariah, a group of teens who become extremely intelligent after being cured of a genetic disorder. Although in most ways a normal teen, Brent is considered dangerous and is tracked down by the government who see these kids as an enormous threat. Can he evade them? What do they have planned for Brent and the others? 

Franklin Hyde was born into politics. He's smooth, he's suave, and he's a Vitro which means he can out-think pretty much anyone. Franklin has a plan to unite all the Vitros and keep them safe from those who wish them harm. The problem is, how can he get all the Vitros to go along with him when they're loathe to trust anyone? He'll earn the undying hatred of the rest of the Vitros, but has he signed their death warrant, or given them the chance to become what they're truly destined to be?  

Guest Post
John Nelson is a retired Air Force Master Sergeant and former Special Forces Medic--Air Commando. He now lives a quieter life as Director, Quality and Risk Management, Patient Safety and Infection Control for a community hospital in Utah. His novel  Against Nature  was released by Wild Child Publishingin April 2011. One professional book critic likened  Against Nature e to the works of Michael Crichton and Robin Cook. The author contends the book was written in the spirit of Orwell and Huxley.

That was about it! 
Happy Easter Sunday.

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.31-April .7).

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