Month: November 2010

The Versatile Blogger award

The Versatile Blogger award
Posted 30 November 2010 by Kim in Awards / 4 Comments

I recieved this lovely award from CMash from CMash Loves to Read this morning, and I greatly appreciate it!  So now it is time to pass on the love! Just click on the award to save it! The rules: Share 7 things about myself Pass the award to 15 bloggers recently discovered Notify the blogger […]

The Red Church

The Red Church
Posted 29 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 4 Comments

My Review On the way home from school one day, Timmy and Ronnie Day find a body in the graveyard of a long-abandoned church, the Red Church.  From that moment on, their lives, as well as the lives of all of the “old” families of their small Appalachian mountain town, are forever changed.  An evil, […]

Should We Drown in Feathered Sleep

Should We Drown in Feathered Sleep
Posted 22 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Grace Kiske is a prisoner of her own body in the post-war community that is all that is left of the world she once knew.  Her rebellious ways are all she has left in her control, all she has that is still all hers, and those ways make her an outsider.  She is […]

Forsaken by Shadow

Forsaken by Shadow
Posted 22 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review He wakes up in a seedy motel, injured and with no memories of who he is and where he has been.  It is only after he drives himself to a hospital that he learns his own name, Cade Shepard, and that he has been missing since he was a small child.  But Cade […]

Blood of the White Witch

Blood of the White Witch
Posted 19 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review The third book in the Of Witches and Warlocks starts just days after The Demon Kiss ends, drawing you immediately in to the lives of Portia and Vance once again.  Portia is in a relationship more intense that she could never have foreseen for herself at this point in her life, and she […]

J.L. Bryan, author of Jenny Pox, Guest Post

J.L. Bryan, author of Jenny Pox, Guest Post
Posted 19 November 2010 by Kim in Guest Post / 0 Comments

Today I welcome J.L. Bryan, author of Jenny Pox, to the blog! The Fifth Food Group: Caffeine You know why I love the Caffeinated Diva blog? Coffee. It’s an integral part of the writing process. I’m even having some Einstein’s Autumn Roast as I write this guest blog for Kim. I’ll brew more at home, later […]

The Demon Kiss

The Demon Kiss
Posted 17 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 1 Comment

My Review After leaving you with an enormous cliffhanger, this installment of the Of Witches and Warlocks series opens with equal dramatic flair.  Portia, almost dying in her attempt to save Vance’s life, awakens to discover that Vance has gone.  In his desire to keep her safe, he has left her to search for his father […]

The Trouble with Spells

The Trouble with Spells
Posted 16 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 3 Comments

My Review Of Witches and Warlocks:  The Trouble with Spells is the debut novel by Lacey Weatherford.  Portia is a likeable, normal teenager, right up until she finds out she is a natural witch.  From that moment on, her life completely changes.  She learns things about her family that she never could have imagined, and […]

The Sevenfold Spell

The Sevenfold Spell
Posted 15 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 1 Comment

My Review Talia and their mother have always made their living by spinning, but with the new laws of the land, they lose their sole source of income.  For Talia, it also meant the loss of her potential husband and children.  Finally, facing absolute poverty, Talia and her mother determine to build a new, illicit […]

Tyger Tyger

Tyger Tyger
Posted 15 November 2010 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review The debut young adult novel by Kersten Hamilton, Tyger Tyger is the first of what is to be a series, The Goblin Wars.  Teagen is a girl with a plan for her future, knowing exactly what she wants out of life.  She has a great job and has expectations for a college scholarship.  Her […]