October 13, 2013 · 3:00 am
Congrats to the winner of a $10 Amazon Giftcard, Kai at Fiction State of Mind!
It’s hour 20! We made it! Well, actually, I’m scheduling this in advance, so you and the minions definitely made it. I might be asleep by now! Either way, welcome to the hour 20 Let’s Get Social challenge 🙂 Here’s what we’re going to be doing… Continue reading →
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October 6, 2013 · 1:48 pm
To wrap up my participation in the Classics Retold event this September, I’ve been holding a giveaway of my favorite The Count of Monte Cristo retelling. Today, I’m excited to tell you that the winner is…
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September 4, 2013 · 7:36 am
Good morning all! I am excited to being today by announcing the book to movie hop giveaway winner. So, without further ado, the winner of a signed copy of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist is…
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August 26, 2013 · 5:16 pm
Hi all and welcome to the Book to Movies Giveaway Hop! Given the Book to Movie challenge I’m hosting this year, I thought this hop sounded like a great fit. The hop is hosted by Bookhounds and I Am A Reader, Not A Writer. For the hop, I’m very excited to tell you that this is Doing Dewey’s first signed giveaway! At the Rochester Teen Book Festival I was lucky to meet David Levithan, so today I’m giving away a signed, paperback copy of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. I am ashamed to admit that I haven’t read it yet (I’m a bad book blogger, I know!) but I hope to have done so by the end of the hop. Click on the rafflecopter link below to enter and the continue hop link to visit the many other great bloggers on the hop. My giveaway is US only but some of the others are international.
June 23, 2013 · 3:55 pm
The winner of a paperback copy of Cold Killing is…. Continue reading →
June 1, 2013 · 12:00 am
Title: Cold Killing
Author: Luke Delaney
Source: from publisher for review
Review Summary: The fascinating premise and great reviews this debut novel already has are what drew me to it, but despite (or because of) the superb writing, I couldn’t make it past some of the more graphic scenes.
The bad guy in cold killing must be a true psychopath. He hunts his victims cleverly and with an unfortunate knowledge of forensics. He selects unrelated victims, kills them in different ways, and leaves no trace of himself behind. It will take someone like D.I. Sean Corrigan, with a dark past and a resulting affinity for the dark side of human nature to even identify the existence of such a killer. Then he’ll still need to find him… Continue reading →