30 June 2012

To celebrate the release of author, Sherry Soule’s new YA novel, MOONLIGHT MAYHEM, the second thrilling novel in the Spellbound series, Sherry asked one of her favorite fictional heroes, Trent Donavon to stop by today. He has started his own advice column “Dear Trent”. Since several people have asked Trent for help with some very interesting questions, he’s generously taken time away from his demon hunting duties to answer them. Trent is a blunt dude who tells it like it is. Pasted below are some of the emails sent to him. Enjoy!

Question 1:

Q: Dear Trent,
I joined the Navy to see the world. I’ve seen it. And I miss my mom. Now how the heck do I get out?
Thanks,
Wanna Go Home

A. Dear Wanna Go Home,
Well, I think you’re kinda stuck, dude. Best to ride it out and have your mom send you some books like the Spellbound series to help the time fly by.
Best of luck,
Trent

Question 2:

Q: Dear Trent,
My mom asked me to babysit my younger brother and sister this weekend. I hate babysitting them! Anyhoo, I found them playing a game called, "Knife Jab" in the kitchen. This game involves jabbing a knife into a wall socket. Instead, I suggested a game called, "Zappy Toaster", which is similar but requires thrusting a metal object into a toaster while it’s plugged in. So, are either of these games dangerous?
Sincerely,
Hate Babysitting

A: Dear Hate Babysitting,
Well, jabbing a mental object into a toaster could give you a strong electric shock. So not good! Not only are these games dangerous, but possibly illegal and your siblings could get seriously injured. A more important question is why your mom would be stupid enough to leave you alone with them in the first place.
Best of luck,
Trent

Question 3:

Q: Dear Trent
I suspect that my girlfriend has been fooling around, and when I confronted her after taking pictures of her kissing another guy at school, she denied everything—and said it would never happen again.
Respectfully,
Lost in Love

A: Dear Lost in Love,
My advice? Once a cheater—always a cheater. Dump that girl and find a nice one who’ll treat you right, like my awesome GF, Shiloh.
Best of luck,
Trent


Question 4:

Q: Dear Trent,
I think my friend, Charlie might be possessed or something. He can control the weather. He is inhumanly fast and strong. And sometimes when Charlie gets mad, his eyes turn completely black like a shark. It’s totally freaking me out.
Regards,
Friend-Possessed

A: Dear Friend-Possessed,
Uh, it sure sounds like something weird is going on. My uncle Tony says that most paranormals cannot enter houses of worship or walk on sacred ground. Try taking Charlie to a church or graveyard—to see what happens, or douse him with holy water—and if his skin sizzles, you’ve got major trouble. Let me know how it goes, because you may need to contact the Paranormal Research Group aka PRG blog.
Best of luck,
Trent

Have any questions for “Dear Trent” about the series? Just post them in the comment section and he’ll answer your inquiry within the next 48 hours. NOTE: Trent accepts no liability for anything resulting from his so-called sage “advice”.

Trent, thanks so much for visiting and sharing some of your sage advice. And Sherry, thanks for being the middle man between Trent and his fans for this post. I know I can't wait to see what happens next in Moonlight Mayhem.


Moonlight Mayhem, the second book in the Spellbound series is available July 1st, 2012
Book Blurb Info: Shiloh Ravenwolf thought she was getting used to the supernatural events of Whispering Pines, but the full moon has brought another surge of threats to her coastal town. Ferocious wolves, deadly necromancers, and shambling zombies have descended upon the neighborhood, and Shiloh must gain control of her magical abilities—fast! But it sucks that Shiloh has a crippling fear of the dark. As a demon slayer, this can be an epic problem.

When her classmates are attacked by a mysterious creature and her father is murdered, Shiloh vows vengeance. Forcing her phobias aside, she forms an unlikely coven of supernaturally gifted teens to help her eradicate this menace, but Shiloh’s battling a different monster within herself. She’s struggling not to become the very thing she fights: evil.

But with demon blood inside her—anything can happen…

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27 June 2012

"Waiting On" Wednesday is an event hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. The purpose of this weekly event is to spotlight a soon-to-be-released book that you are very much anticipating. "Waiting On" Wednesday will also give bloggers an opportunity to share ideas for our TBR lists.


Title: Auracle
Author: Gina Rosati
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press, 304 Pages (August, 7th, 2012)
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Synopsis: 16 year old Anna Rogan has a secret she's only shared with her best friend, Rei; she can astrally project out of her body, allowing her spirit to explore the world and the far reaches of the universe.

When there's a fatal accident and her classmate Taylor takes over Anna's body, what was an exhilarating distraction from her repressive home life threatens to become a permanent state. Faced with a future trapped in another dimension, Anna turns to Rei for help. Now the two of them must find a way to get Anna back into her body and stop Taylor from accusing an innocent friend of murder. Together Anna and Rei form a plan but it doesn't take into account the deeper feelings that are beginning to grow between them.

Title: Such a Rush
Author: Jennifer Echols
Publisher: MTV Books, 320 Pages (July 10th, 2012)
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Synopsis: A sexy and poignant romantic tale of a young daredevil pilot caught between two brothers.

High school senior Leah Jones loves nothing more than flying. While she’s in the air, it’s easy to forget life with her absentee mother at the low-rent end of a South Carolina beach town. When her flight instructor, Mr. Hall, hires her to fly for his banner advertising business, she sees it as her ticket out of the trailer park. And when he dies suddenly, she’s afraid her flying career is gone forever.   

But Mr. Hall’s teenage sons, golden boy Alec and adrenaline junkie Grayson, are determined to keep the banner planes flying. Though Leah has crushed on Grayson for years, she’s leery of getting involved in what now seems like a doomed business — until Grayson betrays her by digging up her most damning secret. Holding it over her head, he forces her to fly for secret reasons of his own, reasons involving Alec. Now Leah finds herself drawn into a battle between brothers — and the consequences could be deadly.

Title: The City's Son (The Skyscraper Throne, #1)
Author: Tom Pollock
Publisher: Flux, 480 Pages (September 8th, 2012)
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Synopsis: Running from her traitorous best friend and her estranged father, graffiti artist Beth Bradley is looking for sanctuary. What she finds is Urchin, the ragged and cocky crown prince of London's mystical underworld. Urchin opens Beth's eyes to the city she's never truly seen-where vast spiders crawl telephone wires seeking voices to steal, railwraiths escape their tethers, and statues conceal an ancient priesthood robed in bronze.

But it all teeters on the brink of destruction. Amid rumors that Urchin's goddess mother will soon return from her 15-year exile, Reach, a malign god of urban decay, wants the young prince dead. Helping Urchin raise an alleyway army to reclaim his skyscraper throne, Beth soon forgets her old life. But when her best friend is captured, Beth must choose between this wondrous existence and the life she left behind.

And for today's WoW I have another three books that I'm really excited to read. And for two of them, I MIGHT have already. Thankfully I have both Aracle and Such a Rush here, so keep an eye out for those reviews soon. The City's Son was a brand new find... well new when I was working on this post awhile ago. The cover caught my eye and I'm always looking for a book that's set in England, which makes this one perfect! So, what are your thoughts?

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24 June 2012

"Just Picked" is a feature here at A Life Bound By Books. This is a place where I'll be spotlighting new (and old) children's book or picture books for parents and new readers. It's a place to talk about books for a younger group and to try to help create a new generation of readers.






Title: Petunia Goes Wild
Author: Paul Schmid
Illustrator: Paul Schmid
Publisher: HarperCollins, 40 Pages (January 24th, 2012)
Age Range: 3 and up
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Format: Hardcover
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Synopsis: Petunia has had just about enough of being human. All those baths, good manners, clean clothes, even combed hair

So our clever Petunia hatches a shocking and audacious plan to get away from all the haftas and instead live wild and free.

It is only when Petunia is about to leave it all that she realizes there can be joys and pleasures in being a human child.

Review: 3 Stars - Petunia goes wild is an imaginative book about an imaginative little girl. It’s a quick, light and easy read that my nieces have both enjoyed listening to. The only thing that I felt was a bit off putting was the fact that Petunia’s parents seemed a bit harsh. All kids play pretend while growing up; being various animals and it’s something that should be encouraged to help their imaginations grow. However her parents are portrayed in a way that I didn’t think was at all encouraging to their child. In a word, they were harsh.

The illustrations are well done and cute. I liked the tiger tail that Petunia had attached to her back throughout the story. The main thing I liked about the story was how a little girl figured out on her own that being a pretend tiger was okay some of the time. I recommend this to parents who encourage their children’s imaginative side.

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Title: Plant a Kiss
Author: Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Illustrator: Peter H. Reynolds
Publisher: HarperCollins, 40 Pages (December 27th, 2011)
Age Range: 4 and up
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Format: Hardcover
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Synopsis: "New York Times"-bestselling author Rosenthal and award-winning illustrator Reynolds have teamed together for the first time for this story about a little girl who plants a kiss and watches it grow--with sparkling results. Full color.

Review: 5 Stars - Plant a Kiss is a sweet story about giving and sharing such kindness with everyone.

With lots of joy to share from a sprouting, then growing sparkles, a little girl goes on to spread the joy to everyone. It tells so much about what something so little can do and it tells a lot about the thoughtfulness of one little girl in her quest to share it with everyone she meets.

The illustrations might be simple, yet they are affective and in their own way beautiful as Little Miss takes her journey from idea, to planting, to waiting, to sharing. Another great one that I recommend to families.

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21 June 2012

Title: A Girl Named Digit
Author: Annabel Monaghan
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 192 Pages (June 5th, 2012)
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Synopsis: Farrah "Digit" Higgins may be going to MIT in the fall, but this L.A. high school genius has left her geek self behind in another school district so she can blend in with the popular crowd at Santa Monica High and actually enjoy her senior year. But when Farrah, the daughter of a UCLA math professor, unknowingly cracks a terrorist group's number sequence, her laid-back senior year gets a lot more interesting. Soon she is personally investigating the case, on the run from terrorists, and faking her own kidnapping-- all while trying to convince a young, hot FBI agent to take her seriously. So much for blending in...
Interview:

Hey Annabel, thanks so much for taking the time to talk to us today. I LOVED A Girl Named Digit! It’s been so much fun talking to you and being a stalker *cough* I mean cheerleader on twitter that I just had to have you visit on here on the blog. 

Ready to get started?


Hey, I take stalkers very seriously. I’m ready.

Okay, so I’ve met and love Farrah, aka Digit from the book, but for everyone out there who hasn’t (What are you waiting for people?!) met her yet, could you tell them a bit about your fantastic female lead character and what they might expect in the story?

Farrah is a math genius who earned the nickname Digit in middle school. Her main goal for high school is to ditch the math geek image and certainly the nickname that came with it. Even though she’s a genius, she’s a normal 17 year old girl and wants to fit in. She’s a little goofy and does some pretty embarrassing things. She gets herself into a huge mess when she accidentally cracks the code of a terror network and has to get fake kidnapped by the FBI.

Two quick questions about Digit: What’s one thing about her that you hold near and dear to your heart? And what’s one thing about her that makes you smile or laugh whenever you think about her?

Near and dear to my heart: Her true love of bumper stickers. Mainly because it’s my true love of bumper stickers. She covers the walls of her room with them and covers up old ones with new ones as she grows up. She looks to them for inspiration, like they are tiny pieces of wisdom. I do the same thing!

Makes me laugh: When Digit gets nervous she sometimes loses control of her inner monologue and says whatever she’s thinking out loud. This only happens at the MOST inopportune times and it cracks me up.

I loved how down to earth and realistic all the characters are. Did you find it hard to get any of them be “just right” throughout the process?

I struggled a little with Digit’s mom. They are polar opposites, but I wanted that to be okay, and to show how such different people can find common ground.

Now we can’t forget to give Mr. Hot Stuff, FBI agent John some love. I loved his personality and thought that Digit and John balanced each other out and fit together amazingly well. Did you base him on someone you know? I mean, there has to be a real “John” out there for some lucky lady! *swoon*

If I knew a guy like that, do you think I’d really be sitting here talking to you guys? Hahahaha. No, he’s not based on a real guy. But he’s got a lot of qualities that I really like: strong, smart, driven.

How about… Hollywood, you NEED to make this into a movie, asap! YES! A fan has spoken, *clears throat* what’d ya say? Pretty please Hollywood? So, Annabel, if Hollywood came knocking and said “We’re ready to make a movie and we want YOU to help us cast it!” Who would you love to see cast as your characters?

Do we have a budget? Can we afford a Gomez-Bieber combo? He’s probably not old enough anyway. I would actually love to see Dakota Fanning play Digit. I think she’s the right combination of young and fresh and fun. And John? Most everyone I can think of to play him is the wrong age. Maybe your readers have ideas? He’s definitely dark haired, more Gale than Peeta, if you know what I mean.

A question I love to ask authors about their books is to share three of your favorite lines from the book. Would you be willing to share yours with us?

That’s a tough one? Can we go back to how dreamy John is? No? Okay:

When they first meet, she’s crying and John gives her his handkerchief. She wonders… Here’s a situation that may be as outdated as the hankie itself: What do you do with the snotty hankie once you’re done? You have to give it back but it’s disgusting. Do you hand him the hankie and risk smearing your boogers on him or do you shove it in your pocket and promise to return it in a tiny little dry-cleaning bag? 

Head honcho walks into the FBI meeting: He looked more like a Wall Street type than an FBI guy and commanded such complete attention over the room that I wondered if he had bacon in his pocket.

And last but not least, what’s next for you Annabel? And what’s next for Farrah, aka Digit? I’ve heard from a little birdie there is going to be a sequel?? I’m hoping this is true, because I can’t wait! Can I read it now? Maybe? Please say yes, please say yes! Lol

Digit goes to college, and I get to go with her! The stakes are a lot higher: she’s become a threat to national security, which is funny because she still cannot manage to wear a striped t-shirt without getting dizzy. I can’t wait either, especially since I haven’t finished. You, my favorite stalker, will be the first to know when I’m done!

Annabel, it’s been a pleasure to have you on the blog today. I’m so glad that I read A Girl Named Digit, which has ended up being one of the best books I’ve read of 2012 so far. You are more than welcome back anytime, so please don’t be a stranger! <3

xoxo

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20 June 2012

"Waiting On" Wednesday is an event hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. The purpose of this weekly event is to spotlight a soon-to-be-released book that you are very much anticipating. "Waiting On" Wednesday will also give bloggers an opportunity to share ideas for our TBR lists.


Title: If I Lie
Author: Corrine Jackson
Publisher: Simon Pulse, 228 Pages (August 28th, 2012)
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Synopsis: A powerful debut novel about the gray space between truth and perception.

Quinn’s done the unthinkable: she kissed a guy who is not Carey, her boyfriend. And she got caught. Being branded a cheater would be bad enough, but Quinn is deemed a traitor, and shunned by all of her friends. Because Carey’s not just any guy—he’s serving in Afghanistan and revered by everyone in their small, military town.

Quinn could clear her name, but that would mean revealing secrets that she’s vowed to keep—secrets that aren’t hers to share. And when Carey goes MIA, Quinn must decide how far she’ll go to protect her boyfriend…and her promise.

Title: The Thing About the Truth
Author: Lauren Barnholdt
Publisher: Simon Pulse, 304 Pages (July 10th, 2012)
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Synopsis: In this humorous love story from the author of Two-Way Street, an unlikely romance is the best sort of surprise—but the wrong secret can ruin everything. Kelsey’s not going to let one mistake ruin her life. Sure, she got kicked out of prep school and all her old friends are shutting her out. But Kelsey’s focused on her future, and she’s determined to get back on track at Concordia High.

Isaac’s been kicked out of more schools than he can count. Since his father’s a state senator, Isaac’s life is under constant scrutiny—but Concordia High’s his last stop before boarding school, so Isaac’s hoping to fly under the radar and try to stay put for a change.

When Kelsey and Isaac meet, it’s anything but love at first sight. She thinks he’s an entitled brat, and he thinks she’s a stuck-up snob. So it surprises them both when they start to fall for each other. Kelsey’s happy for the first time in months, and Isaac’s never felt this way about anyone before...But nothing’s ever completely perfect. Everyone has secrets, and Isaac and Kelsey are no exceptions. These two may have fallen hard, but there’s one thing that can ruin it all: the truth.

Two fantastical must read books for this week. I love the idea for both and how both are set around secrets and the truth. What about you guys? Are you looking forward to these two amazing sounding books?


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18 June 2012



Title: In Honor
Author: Jessi Kirby
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, 240 Pages (May 8th, 2012)
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Synopsis: A devastating loss leads to an unexpected road trip in this novel from the author of Moonglass, whose voice Sarah Dessen says “is fresh and wise, all at once.”

Hours after her brother’s military funeral, Honor opens the last letter Finn ever sent. In her grief, she interprets his note as a final request and spontaneously decides to go to California to fulfill it.

Honor gets as far as the driveway before running into Rusty, Finn’s best friend since third grade and his polar opposite. She hasn’t seen Rusty in ages, but it’s obvious he is as arrogant and stubborn as ever—not to mention drop-dead gorgeous. Despite Honor’s better judgment, the two set off together on a voyage from Texas to California. Along the way, they find small and sometimes surprising ways to ease their shared loss and honor Finn’s memory—but when shocking truths are revealed at the end of the road, will either of them be able to cope with the consequences?

Review: 4 Stars - In Honor, the sophomore title from author Jessi Kirby is an emotional journey of family, loss and personal growth.

The synopsis of this book tells us how Honor opens the last letter from her brother Finn. The last real letter he sent to her before being killed while serving in the military. It tells you about what she believes are Finns last wish for her, which spurns a quick trip from Texas to California with her brothers best friend Rusty.

What it doesn’t tell you as a reader that there’s more to this road trip, there’s more to these characters and there’s a lot more to the story than meets the eye.

Honor is at the end of her last summer before college. She’s changing and growing in so many ways, especially emotionally as tends to happen at that juncture of people’s lives. Or what most people do at least. However, with Honor and her story it’s a bit different. She has had to deal with a lot of loss in her life and without a doubt the loss of her brother hit her the hardest.

With so many emotions running through her, and questions about why her brother Finn enlisted and why Rusty – Finns long lost best friend –  is on this journey with her, make Honor question more about life and what she believes more than ever before.

Finn is a character that we get to meet from the brief memories shared between Honor and Rusty and believe it or not, he’s a huge character in the book. It always amazes me when a character that’s not actually “present” in a book can make such a lasting impression on me, which is exactly what Finn did. For me he wasn’t there in the background, he felt like he was right along for the ride with Honor and Rusty as they made their way to California.

Honors inner dialogue was perfect in showing just how smart she is and how much she’s grown from the first page. And really Kirby does an amazing job at telling this story because I felt as if I had made more of a connection with these characters – I felt as if I had known them all of their lives. It’s not often that you can say that about a story and yet still thinking back now on the characters I do felt as if I had read more than just that short bit of their lives.

As for Rusty, he was arrogant and somewhat of a jackass, but I totally got it. I knew why he was this way and I think if you read it you would understand as well. I liked Honor and Rusty together and how they complemented each other in more than just their loss over Finn. You can see just how much these three people changed each other’s lives and how even after the passing of one, that they still continued to change the other two’s lives as well.

All in all, I really enjoyed this one. It was very emotional, yet never too sad. The way that Kirby has written her characters, the story and the grieving process for two totally different people was also incredibly well written. It’s without a doubt that Kirby knows how to write an entertaining story with strong, emotional and realistic characters. I will always be on the lookout for more from this shining author and will be excited and eager to see just what she writes next. I highly recommend both of her stand alone contemporary titles – Moonglass and In Honor. Don’t pass them by, enjoy!

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17 June 2012

"Just Picked" is a feature here at A Life Bound By Books. This is a place where I'll be spotlighting new (and old) children's book or picture books for parents and new readers. It's a place to talk about books for a younger group and to try to help create a new generation of readers.






Title: Charlie the Ranch Dog
Author: Ree Drummond
Illustrator: Diane deGrout
Publisher: HarperCollins, 40 Pages (April 26th, 2011)
Age Range: 4 and up
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Format: Hardcover
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Synopsis: Drummond, The Pioneer Woman herself, makes her picture book debut with a new unforgettable character: Charlie, the perpetually hungry, always lovable Basset Hound. Full color.

Review: 5 Stars - Charlie the Ranch Dog is a cute and simple book about the life of a dog on a working ranch. The story and illustrations made me laugh out loud more than once. It’s light and extremely entertaining. I fell in love with this amazingly cute picture book in the first couple of pages. Such a fun read that I’ve had the pleasure of sharing with my nieces and nephew. I highly recommend this book to all families with kids of all ages. I could imagine even the older kids will find things to love about this tale and will want to read it to their younger siblings.

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