Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony

Young Adult: 272 Pages
Publisher: Razorbill
Published: February 2nd, 2012
Series: None
Challenge: None
Source: From publisher for review
Buy the Book: Amazon

After her mother died, Glory retreated into herself and her music. Her single father raised her as a piano prodigy, with a rigid schedule and the goal of playing sold-out shows across the globe. Now, as a teenager, Glory has disappeared. As readers flash back to the events leading up to her disappearance, they see a girl on the precipice of disaster.

I've seen this book floating around the blogosphere but never really knew much about it. When I was sent a copy from Razorbill Canada, I was immediately intrigued. The Cover; it is even more stunning in person. I stood in place admiring it, I just couldn't take my eyes off of it. What is even more stunning was the unique beauty that lay between the cover...

Jessica Anthony and Rodrigo Corral crafted together a masterpiece. A beautiful, artistic love story told through photographs. I have never had a reading experience like the one I had with Chopsticks. I was pulled into Glory's world and succumbed to her pain, her anger, her emotions. It all radiated off the pages. Everything she felt, I felt too. She invited me into her world through her photos and I felt such a personal connection with her. I read this book alone, and that was the perfect way. It was just Glory and I.

How can I sum up this beautiful novel? I can't, it has rendered me speechless. All I can do is urge you to pick it up! Curl up on your couch, dim down the lights and be enveloped by the story that is Chopsticks.

The cover is so gorgeous, I had to display it faced out on my bookshelf!

Monday, February 27, 2012

Interview with a Blogger- Maestra Amanda's Bookshelf

Meet Amanda from Maestra Amanda's Bookshelf!

Hi Amanda, Thanks for stopping by! 

Thanks for having me! I’m really excited to be featured here today!

Tell us 5 Random things about yourself

 1. I like eating candy in even numbers
2. I collect old cameras and Robert Sabuda Pop-up books
3. My favorite candy bar is a Mexican candy bar called “Bubu Lubu”--its marshmallow cream with raspberry jelly covered with chocolate. But, they are really hard to find around here :(
4. I can’t watch the opening credits at Regal cinemas (its some weird, futuristic movie themed roller coaster) without feeling nauseous. 5. My “Happy place” is target. Its just so clean, well lit and organized.

If you could only describe yourself in 3 words, what would they be?

 Fair, quirky, introvert
(I was going to say, “Off-the-wall”...but thats 3 words in itself and I didn’t think that would work!)

What inspired you to start a Book Blog?

I saw on twitter last year (2010) something about ARCs Float On---and how, if you signed your classroom up, there were bloggers who could be matched with you and send their used ARCs for your classroom library. Before that, I didn’t realize you could actually blog about books! I thought people who wrote blogs were stay-at-home moms (writing about their awesome kids, super clean and nicely decorated homes, and great dinners they make), crazy politicos / comic book guys, and people like Perez Hilton. So, with the idea of a blog about books now planted in my brain, I started thinking about how I could be more involved with my student’s reading, and be more knowledgeable about books available for them. So, I mulled it over until about Christmas of that year, and by January 2011, Maestra Amanda’s Bookshelf was born (though at that time it was called “That Book Lady’s blog”---I changed it b/c Maestra Amanda was a better fit.

Did you always have a passion for reading?
Oh yeah---

The one, I call "just like Daddy". I think I'm pointing to the JMU logo in the newspaper, as that was where my Dad worked. The other one is me at about age 3 1/2 reading. I also had my husband help me recreate it today.

I’m lucky enough to have married a reader, so there is no shortage of books in our house. He also doesn’t have a problem (usually!) when I buy books for my students.

If you could bring to life any book character who would it be and why?

Georgia Nicholson (from the series by Louise Rennison). She’s fiesty, dorky, hilarious, insecure and my total book bff. Oh the times we’d have!

Do you have that one book that you could just re-read over and over again? If so, which book?

I’ve read The Wild Hunt by Elizabeth Chadwick about 10 times from 9th grade to now. I love it. It would definitely be on my list of books that I’d take with me to a deserted island!

Was there ever a book that you just couldn't finish?

I always try to finish books, but the most recent that I just couldn’t finish was Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. I’ve tried to read that book about 3 times now (between high school and today) and just can’t get into it. I also have a hard time with Jane Austin and “the classics”.

Your favourite book series?

4-way tie: Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, The Underland Chronicles (Gregor the overlander) and The Georgia Nicholson series.

What has been the best part of blogging to you?

Meeting new people, whether they are bloggers, authors, teachers, followers, publishers, publicity people. Its just great to meet new people and make that connection with someone else who loves books as much as you do!

When your not blogging or reading, what do you enjoy in your spare time?

I like to take pictures, flowboard (which is surfing or bodyboarding on a manmade wave) and travel. 

We’re already planning our summer trip for this year, and hopefully, we’ll be able to go to Glacier, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. If you’re feeling froggy, you can check out the blog I created last summer for our trip and will be using again this summer :

What advice would you give to new and future book bloggers?

Just be yourself and don’t be afraid to make those contacts with people! Don’t be shy!

Spring is right around the corner. What books are on you most looking forward to reading?

A Midsummer Tight’s Dream by Louise Rennison (sequel to Withering Tights); The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, book 3: The Unseen Guest by Maryrose Wood; Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver; Fever by Lauren deStefano; The Girl in the Clockwork Collar by Cady Cross;


Who do you root for: Hero or Villian?


Chocolate or Ice Cream?

Both, but if I had my druthers, ice cream.

Favourite Childhood Book?

Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls and the Billy and Blaze series by C.W. Anderson. I remember not even knowing how to read yet, but knowing exactly where those and the Curious George books were located in the library...

Favourite Film?

Disney’s version of Robin Hood

If you could be any paranormal creature. What would you be?


Thanks Amanda, it is a pleasure having you!

Thanks for having me! I really appreciate it!

Head over to Amanda's Blog: Maestra Amanda's Bookshelf and say hello!

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Friday, February 24, 2012

Follow Friday

Q: Activity!!! Take a picture or describe where you love to read the most...

A: My Favourite place to read is on my couch. Curled up with my dogs by the fireplace.

Or on the wing chair looking out the window on snowy evening...When my dog isn't using it...

In the summer, I read outside any chance I get, but it is too snowy and cold to take a picture of that!

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Author Spotlight! Ann Stampler: Author of Where it Began


Where it Began 

Where it Began marks the YA debut of Ann Redisch Stampler. She is the author of several picture books, including The Rooster Prince of Breslov. Her books have been an Aesop Accolade winner, Sydney Taylor notable books and an honor book, a National Jewish Book Awards finalist and winner, and Bank Street Best Books of the Year. Ann has two adult children and lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband.

Visit Ann Stampler: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

First off, Thank you for stopping by!

Thanks for having me!  I appreciate the invitation.

Tell us 5 random things about yourself

Dog lover, chocaholic, novel junkie, allergic to strawberries, inveterate eavesdropper

Where it Began is your debut novel. How did that moment feel when you found out it was going to be published?

Absolute joy, dizzy with it.  I had been bouncing between fantasies of the book being published (to huge fanfare involving me being driven around Central Park in a horse-drawn carriage made of a magic pumpkin, surrounded by chirping birds and sparkly butterflies) and even more vivid fantasies of the manuscript being rejected by house after house following an excruciating wait, involving a great deal of crying and bad language.  So when the book was acquired quickly by the perfect editor, I thought I had already rehearsed what my emotions would be – but I had no idea.  I was knocked out. 

Have you always wanted to write in the Young Adult genre?

You know, I didn’t think of myself as a YA writer until I actually started to write Where It Began.  But when I look back at the short stories I wrote for many years, starting way before I began to publish picture books, my characters were almost always in that late teen, early twenties age range.  So I would say that I’ve always wanted to write, and YA is what showed up on the page.

Were any of the characters a challenge to write?

Billy Nash.  Absolutely Billy Nash.  For reasons I can’t explain without it being a giant spoiler.

What is 'A day in the life of Ann Stampler' like?

I’ve been struggling with this question, and I think that the only true answer is that my days don’t have a predictable shape. 

There are things that I do virtually every day, the list of which makes me sound like perhaps the most boring person in the world -- write, read, eat dinner with my husband, play with my dog, check my email, do some sort of chores so that my house isn’t overwhelmed by dust and dirty dishes. 

But beyond that, when I go to the farmer’s market, or cut out and have lunch at my favorite Japanese restaurant, visit a bookstore, see friends, go to the movies or a play or a concert, hang out with my kids, spend days with my house converted to a set for student films, do a school or library visit story-telling with little kids, walk the dog in the hills, leave town, write at the beach, go downtown and binge on shopping for necklaces and earrings and long, long gauzy scarves -- it’s completely irregular.

If you could have dinner with any book character in history, who would it be?

I love and adore Elizabeth Bennett from Pride and Prejudice, but really, there’s only so many times I can have dinner with her, so I’m going to change it up.  I’m going to say Holden Caulfield from Catcher in the Rye. 

But I want to have dinner with Holden maybe twenty years after the end of the book. (Which would put this dinner back in 1971; I wonder what Holden makes of hippies, and the Beatles, and the war in Viet Nam. I’m thinking longish hair but no bell-bottom jeans.) Because, as in so much YA, the end of his story suggests beginnings and I want to know what happened next, and next, and next.

Finish this sentence: "I can't live without..."

my family.”

Do you have any writing must haves? (music, snacks, etc)

Black pilot pens; spiral notebooks; colored paper clips; especially if I’m tired, a quiet room; preferably -- but not necessarily if I’m writing away from home -- my dog; chocolate; a window.

What books are waiting to be read on your 'To Read' pile?

This is a very, very large pile.  But the YA’s start with Beauty Queens, Virtuosity, Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares (I might put off this one because the book I’m working on has something akin to dares as part of the story.), How to Save a Life, and The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer.

Crazy Quiz

Name one guilty pleasure you have?

Watching movies I like over and over and over.  Especially YAish movies like Adventureland or Charlie Barlett or Ten Things I Hate About You.  And old John Hughs movies like Breakfast Club.  

Favourite food?

Anything chocolate, as long as there aren’t bananas or peanuts in it.

Favourite film?


Twilight or Harry Potter?

Harry Potter

You favourite book as a child?

This varied depending on my age, but my first favorite book that I could read by myself was “The Cat in the Hat.”

Thanks Ann, it is a pleasure having you!

Again, thank you for inviting me and for these great questions.

Gabby Gardiner wakes up in a hospital bed looking like a cautionary ad for drunk driving and lacking a single memory of the accident that landed her there. What she can remember, in frank and sardonic detail, is the year leading up to the accident.

As she takes us through her transformation from invisible girl to on-trend Girl Who Dates Billy Nash (aka Most Desirable Boy Ever), she is left wondering: Why is Billy suddenly distancing himself from her? What do her classmates know that Gabby herself does not? Who exactly was in the car that night? And why is Gabby left alone to take the fall?
Putting the pieces together will take every ounce of Gabby's strength. As she peels back the layers of her life, she begins to realize that her climb up the status ladder has been as intoxicating as it has been morally complex...and that nothing about her life is what she has imagined it to be.
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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

In too Deep by Amanda Grace

In Too Deep
Young Adult: 228 Pages
Publisher: Flux
Published: February 8th, 2012
Challenge: None
Series: None
Source: From publisher for review
Buy the Book: In Too Deep
Find the Author: Website | Twitter

I never meant for anyone to get hurt. All I wanted to do that night was make a play for Carter Wellesley. His heartless rejection was mortifying, but people got the wrong idea when they saw me leaving his bedroom, crying. That’s how rumors of rape started.

Now girls at school are pouring out their sympathy to me. Guys too. But not everyone’s on my side. The school has become a war zone and the threats are getting scary. What began as poetic justice has morphed into something bigger—forcing me to make a terrible choice.

I am a big fan of Many Hubbard's work, and when she released But I Love Him as Amanda Grace, I was eager to read her 'darker' style. I was not disappointed! She had me hooked and made me a fan all over again! So when I learned about her upcoming novel In too Deep I knew I had to get my hands on it.

The cover is dark, mysterious. It doesn't reveal too much. The book itself is light, only 228 pages...Don't let that fool you! From page one until the very end, you will be engrossed in a raw, emotional, heart-wrenching story.

 In Too Deep was a character driven novel. Amanda Grace did a phenomenal job crafting Sam and Nick. I related with Sam and built a bond with her from the start. She reminded myself a lot of me when I was in high School. Amanda Grace didn't spend all her time in Sam though. She penned each character with so much detail that you feel as if you are living in this chaos with them. A shadow in the background. Amanda Grace's writing style is simple. She doesn't drone on about unnecessary details. She takes her characters powerful stories and puts them to paper to share with us. Grace takes real situations and give them real consequences. There is no sugar-coating. Just raw and brutal honesty.

In Too Deep was everything I expected it to be, and more. I was expecting Grace's honesty, and emotion. I wasn't expecting the powerful characters and the relationship I would build with them. The fact that although I finished the book days ago, I am still thinking about them. Don't let the size of the book fool you. In Too Deep is an intense read that you devour. Another outstanding novel by Amanda Grace. Looking forward to the next one!

If you liked that, try this:

But I Love Him
But I Love Him by Amanda Grace

Saturday, February 18, 2012

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Follow Friday

Q: I like unique names for characters and am looking forward to coming up with some when I start writing. What's the most unique character name you've come across?

A: I love unique girl names. I loved Brooklyn, and Shayne for female character names. Also, Agustasus' name from The Fault In Our Stars suited him perfectly.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Tempest by Julie Cross Giveaway!

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Tempest by Julie Cross

Young Adult: 334 Pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Published: January 17th, 2012
Series: Tempest #1
Challenge: None
Source: From publisher for review
Buy the Book:Amazon
Find the Author: Website | Twitter
First impression: Alluring Cover

The year is 2009. Nineteen-year-old Jackson Meyer is a normal guy… he’s in college, has a girlfriend… and he can travel back through time. But it’s not like the movies – nothing changes in the present after his jumps, there’s no space-time continuum issues or broken flux capacitors – it’s just harmless fun.

That is… until the day strangers burst in on Jackson and his girlfriend, Holly, and during a struggle with Jackson, Holly is fatally shot. In his panic, Jackson jumps back two years to 2007, but this is not like his previous time jumps. Now he’s stuck in 2007 and can’t get back to the future.

Desperate to somehow return to 2009 to save Holly but unable to return to his rightful year, Jackson settles into 2007 and learns what he can about his abilities.

But it’s not long before the people who shot Holly in 2009 come looking for Jackson in the past, and these “Enemies of Time” will stop at nothing to recruit this powerful young time-traveler. Recruit… or kill him.
Piecing together the clues about his father, the Enemies of Time, and himself, Jackson must decide how far he’s willing to go to save Holly… and possibly the entire world.

Time Travel...I love it. Romance, I love it even more. Throw it in the young adult genre and I'm sold. When I first read the premise for Tempest I said "Yes, Please!" It sounded like it was right up my alley, then I laid my eyes on the gorgeous cover, and that was it. I wanted it! I anxiously awaited it's arrival, constantly peeking inside my mailbox wondering "Is it here yet?"

When it finally did arrive, I admired it's cover in person. I flipped through the pages, re-read the premise and then I devoured it. I simply couldn't wait. I put life on hold, and joined Jackson on his time traveling episodes.

The Outcome: Loved it. Was it exactly what I expected...not really, but that's not a bad thing. It started off a little slow for me at first, and I had a hard time building a connection with Holly in the beginning, but that changed later on. I did love how the author developed the story. Being a big fan of time travel novels, there are times that if not done a certain way, following the time line can get very confusing, but with Tempest that did not happen. Julie Cross delivered the time travel element delicately, making it very clear to the reader where and when Jackson was.

It's been awhile since I've read a book with a male character lead, and I must say it was very refreshing. I could connect and relate to Jackson just as much as I would with a female character. In fact I built a stronger connection with him than I did with Holly.

The twists, the turns, the highs and the lows definitely made this read a thrilling one. Tempest had all the qualities that I love in a novel, and a few surprises along the way.
Final impression: Packs a lot of punch. A suspenseful page-turner!

If you liked that, try this:

Dark Mirror by M.J. Putney

Monday, February 13, 2012

Interview with a Blogger: One A Day Y.A.

Meet Erika, from ONE A DAY Y.A.

Tell us 3 random things about yourself?

1. I have a healthy obsession with decorating, architecture and documentary tv shows.
2. Along with blogging, I am also in the middle of writing a few books and short stories. Exciting!
3. I love anything handmade or one of a kind.

  What inspired you to start book blogging?

I guess I wanted my reading to mean more than just another book checked off the to-read pile. After giving birth to my daughter and spending a lot time alone with her I began to read a lot.
One day I found myself questioning what I was doing. What was the point of reading all these books if I had no one to share my enjoyment of them with? My mom and sister are huge readers but much of what we read doesn’t cross over.
Then one day on Goodreads I saw our group moderator of The Next Best Book Club had a blog. I’d actually never even heard of book blogs before. It was really an eye opener. And I thought hey, this is a great idea!
For a long time not many people showed up except the authors who I reviewed but it felt so amazing knowing that I could encourage them by writing out my thoughts. After that, I was hooked!  

Why did you decide to have 2 book blogs?
Suddenly Books is very eclectic. I also focus a lot more on indie and self published books. I wanted a place to get away from the mess that "eclectic" can sometimes make me feel. I love all these books but sometimes I just want focus.
Since I love YA books I thought I’d make another blog just for that age group. I could focus on some of the really big hits and participate in lot of the fun memes. And when I first started I was participating in a lot of them. Trust me. Those at Suddenly Books would not have wanted to hear about YA books that many times a week.
I love both of them equally and hope readers of both are having fun alongside me.

If you could only save 3 books from your bookshelf, which 3 would you take?

Divergent by Veronica Roth (signed!)

Winging It by Deborah Cooke – UK version (signed, and my words are printed on the cover :O)
My kindle (Yes. I cheat )
But I wouldn’t really go straight for the books. I’d go straight for my daughter!

Finish this sentence: "I can't live without..."

I can’t live without my family.

If you could invite 5 people to dinner(Dead or Alive, Fact or Fiction) Who would you invite?

1. My biological grandfather – mainly because I’ve never had the chance to meet him. He died when my father was a toddler and my grandmother got remarried to a remarkable man. But I’ve always wanted to meet my biological grandfather. He was an immigrant to Canada and I would have loved to hear from him about why he decided to come here and what the journey was like.
2. Leonardo DiCaprio – a tween heart throb. I can’t resist!
3. Cliffard Geertz – an American anthropologist, now deceased. I took social anthropology in university and he was one that really blew my mind and made me think differently about what people in the field were doing. I would love to hear his stories of the places he’s been and the people he knew.
4. Ellen C. Maze – an awesome indie Christian writer (my favourite Christian writer). I’ve gotten to know her a bit through her blog, interviews, and email. I keep imagining myself meeting her and just wanting to give her a giant hug :D
5. Veronica Roth – but mostly I would hold her food hostage until she told me more stories taking place in the world of Divergent!

Your favourite book series?

This is such a hard question! It’s like asking me what my favourite book is. This is constantly changing depending on my mood, what genre I’m into at the moment, and not helped by the fact that I’m always starting new series and haven’t finished very many of them yet But I will try...let’s see I think
The Rabbit series by Ellen C. Maze, Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer, and Divergent by Veronica Roth (yes, there is only one book so far and I’m already declaring this one of my favourite series!).

  Do you have any blogging must haves(i.e. Music playing, snacks, etc)

Space - I could blog with or without snacks, music, tv, shouting or quiet. But I can’t blog with people trying to jump on me, talk to me, reading over my shoulder, etc.
A calendar – To mark down when I’m going to post my reviews, interviews, and everything else. If I didn’t have a calendar I’d be stuck in a perpetual "deer caught in headlights" mode. It also helps to know when authors and blog tours are coming by so I don’t double book them.

If you could only recommend one book to someone, which book would it be?

I think I’d have to go with 1984 by George Orwell. It’s the best dystopian novel I have ever read. I still can’t believe how many words and phrases in the news and media came from this book. And it has always been very relevant. Not only that, it’s also a love story.

What is your favourite part of book blogging?

Getting to know the authors. From the most popular to the little guy who hasn’t even published his (or her) book yet. These are all amazing people and I wish I had more time to get to know all of them. They are what really motivates me to keep going and to read more. I want everyone to get to know them too and read their books!

What advice would you give to new book bloggers?

This is my motto – "Don’t be afraid". This world of ours is a very big place. It’s okay to make mistakes and ask for help. So don’t be afraid to ask your favourite authors if they’d like to appear on your blog, participate in things with other bloggers, make friends, or try something new.
Crazy Quiz

Favourite childhood book? Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

Vampires or Werewolves? vampires

Name one guilty pleasure? Candy

Favourite Film? The Princess Bride

Twilight or Harry Potter? Hmm...I read Twilight but saw the Harry Potter movies. But if you are talking about story I would go with Harry Potter.

Thanks for stopping by, Erika! It is a pleasure having you!
Thanks for having me, Cathy!

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Sunday, February 12, 2012

In My Mailbox

I didn' receive any books for review this week. But I did buy some books to add to my stuffed shelves.


The Hunger Games Trilogy Boxset
(I already owned the first one in paperback. So stay tuned for a giveaway closer to the theatre release!)

Fallen (Fallen, #1)

Twenty Boy Summer


The Reckoning (Darkest Powers, #3)

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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Follow Friday

Q: What would your prefer: reading your favorite book over and over again until you got sick of it OR reading 100s of mediocre books? And why?

A: Hmm...That is a toughy! I would like to say that I rather read my favourite one over and over but I think I would eventually get sick of that, and then what? Never read again? So I'm going to say 100's of Mediocre books. I know they may be dull in some areas, but atleast there would be change. Different characters, different storyline...I'm not 100% sure though..

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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Dead to You Giveaway

Dead to You
Ethan was abducted from his front yard when he was just seven years old. Now, at sixteen, he has returned to his family. It's a miracle... at first. Then the tensions start to build. His reintroduction to his old life isn't going smoothly, and his family is tearing apart all over again. If only Ethan could remember something, anything, about his life before, he'd be able to put the pieces back together. But there's something that's keeping his memory blocked. Something unspeakable...

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