— Archives for: March 2014

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  • 2014 / 03 / 31

    Review: Love Letters to the Dead

    Author: Ava Dellaira Published: April 1st 2014 Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) Categories: Contemporary, Realistic Fiction, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: It begins as an assignment for English class: Write a letter to a dead person. Laurel chooses Kurt Cobain because her sister, May, loved him. And he died young, just like May did. Soon, Laurel has a notebook full of letters to people like Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Amelia Earhart, Heath Ledger, and more;—

  • 2014 / 03 / 30

    Week 14. Hot Off the Press

    Brand new week means spanking new reads. Hot of the Press is a weekly meme where I showcase books that I’m planning to read that due to be published this week. Plus, if I’m fortunate enough to have read the book and already reviewed them courtesy of the advance copies I received; I will also highlight them here. Just in case you need a little help deciding if you want to read it and want prior opinion about it. You—

  • 2014 / 03 / 29

    Review: Salvage

    Author: Alexandra Duncan Published: April 1st 2014 Publisher: Greenwillow Categories: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: Ava, a teenage girl living aboard the male-dominated deep space merchant ship Parastrata, faces betrayal, banishment, and death. Taking her fate into her own hands, she flees to the Gyre, a floating continent of garbage and scrap in the Pacific Ocean, in this thrilling, surprising, and thought-provoking debut novel that will appeal to fans of Across the Universe, by—

  • 2014 / 03 / 27

    Review: Dear Killer

    Author:  Katherine Ewell Published: April 1st 2014 Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Categories: Contemporary, Thriller, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: Rule One—Nothing is right, nothing is wrong. Rule Two—Be careful. Rule Three—Fight using your legs whenever possible, because they’re the strongest part of your body. Your arms are the weakest. Rule Four—Hit to kill. The first blow should be the last, if at all possible. Rule Five—The letters are the law. Kit takes her role as London’s—

  • 2014 / 03 / 27

    Bookish Verbosity: How crucial is social media to our blogs?

    Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc; how important are these sites to our blogs? Bookish Verbosity is a non-regular feature at AEROPAPERS where I talk about topics that are related to books, blogging, and the book community. It’s one of the things that people, particularly publishers want to know when we ask for review copies or ARCS. Sometimes we use it to measure our blogs success (although I’m a very firm believer that you shouldn’t completely focus in this aspect. Love the—

  • 2014 / 03 / 25

    Review: Tease

    Author:  Sophie Jordan Series: (The Ivy Chronicles #2) Published:May 27th 2014 Publisher: William Morrow & Company Categories: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: What happens when a girl who always calls the shots meets a guy who’s too wild for even her? A born flirt and good-time party girl, Emerson has never had a problem finding a willing guy. She’s always chosen her hookups carefully, and she’s never broken her three cardinal rules: Never let—

  • 2014 / 03 / 23

    Week 13. Hot Off the Press

    Brand new week means spanking new reads. Hot of the Press is a weekly meme where I showcase books that I’m planning to read that due to be published this week. Plus, if I’m fortunate enough to have read the book and already reviewed them courtesy of the advance copies I received; I will also highlight them here. Just in case you need a little help deciding if you want to read it and want prior opinion about it. You—

  • 2014 / 03 / 21

    Special: My top 5 songs from the OST of movies based on books.

    With the influx of books to movies adaptation that are being made right now and with the recent opening of Divergent (which I will tell you right now that I will not going to see it because I hate the book. I don’t think I can endure 2+ hours of it), I decided to share something about books to movie adaptation. We all know that OST is also important in the whole thing. Am I right or am I right?—

  • 2014 / 03 / 20

    Conversation with my Sister: In which I talked about villains.

    Brand new feature peeps, hopefully more consistent than the ones I made in the past. Conversation with my Sister is a non-regular feature at AEROPAPERS where I share topics that I discussed with my sister that are related to books, anime & manga, and maybe something else but mostly around those two. *winks* I told you I’m coming up with a new feature, well, this is it! My sister and I, we share a lot of things (aside from our—

  • 2014 / 03 / 16

    Week 12. Hot Off the Press

    Brand new week means spanking new reads. Hot of the Press is a weekly meme where I showcase books that I’m planning to read that due to be published this week. Plus, if I’m fortunate enough to have read the book and already reviewed them courtesy of the advance copies I received; I will also highlight them here. Just in case you need a little help deciding if you want to read it and want prior opinion about it. You—

  • 2014 / 03 / 16

    Review: Elusion

    Author:  Claudia Gabel, Cheryl Klam Published: March 18th 2014 Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Categories: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: Soon, Elusion® will change the world and life as we know it. A new technology called Elusion is sweeping the country. An app, visor and wristband will virtually transport you to an exotic destination where adventure can be pursued without the complications—or consequences—of real life. Regan is an Elusion insider. Or at least she—

  • 2014 / 03 / 12

    Bookish Verbosity: How personal is your book blog?

    Do you post off-topics: not book/blogging related but personal stuff? Bookish Verbosity is a non-regular feature at AEROPAPERS where I talk about topics that are related to books, blogging, and the book community. I’m very selective of what I wish to share online. The same can be said offline. I don’t open up that easily unless I’m really close with that person. Now, if you noticed in my sidebar I used the phrase “personal book blog,” because I think despite—

  • 2014 / 03 / 11

    Review: Because of Low

    Author:  Abbi Glines Series: (Sea Breeze #2) by Published: July 2nd 2013 (first published February 7th 2012) Publisher: Simon Pulse Categories: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: It’s steamy in the Gulf town of Sea Breeze. Physical attraction is the only way to beat the heat in this second book of the Sea Breeze series from bestselling, previously self-published author Abbi Glines. Playboy Cage owns the apartment, and he hosts a revolving door of people,—

  • 2014 / 03 / 09

    Week 11. Hot Off the Press

    Brand new week means spanking new reads. Hot of the Press is a weekly meme where I showcase books that I’m planning to read that due to be published this week. Plus, if I’m fortunate enough to have read the book and already reviewed them courtesy of the advance copies I received; I will also highlight them here. Just in case you need a little help deciding if you want to read it and want prior opinion about it. You—

  • 2014 / 03 / 08

    Review: Finding Cinderella

    Author:  Colleen Hoover Series: (Hopeless #2.5) Published: October 14th 2013 Publisher: Atria Books Categories: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: This novella is a companion novel to the Hopeless series, but can be read as a standalone. A chance encounter in the dark leads eighteen-year-old Daniel and the girl who stumbles across him to profess their love for each other. But this love comes with conditions: they agree it will only last one hour and—

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