Sunday, 15 December 2013

Challenge #5 & #6 & #7 + Update - End of the Year Read-a-thon

Sign-Up for the read-a-thon here.

#ReadingCram Update

11th Dec - Betwixt by Melissa Pearl ~Review
12th Dec - The Marshmallow Hammer Detective Agency: The Mysterious Case of the Golden Egg by Ernie Lindsey
               - Currently Reading: Reality by Dani Hart
13th Dec - Currently Reading: Reality by Dani Hart
14th Dec - Currently Reading: Reality by Dani Hart

Falling behind a bit (I blame the weekend!) btu I will hopefully catch up within the next day or two.

Challenge #5 - Favourite Book-to-Movie Release of 2013

-The Host by Stephenie Meyer

The Host (The Host, #1)   The Host

I haven't seen many movies this year that were based on books, and the majority I have seen, I haven't read the books. I really love the book The Host and while the movie was different, I really enjoyed it too!

Challenge #6 - Seasonal Challenge (from books read in 2013)

A good book for a snow day (not that we really have snow days in Tasmania) is...
Crash Into You by Katie McGarry ~Review - this book has enough and action and romance to keep you warm in the snow!

A good book for a rainy day is...
A Tale of Two Centuries by Rachel Harris ~Review - guaranteed to lift any sad rainy-day mood!

A good book for a beach day is...
The Buttersmiths' Gold by Adam Glendon Sidwell ~Review - a light, fun book, perfect for relaxing in the sun!

A good book for a spooky night is...
Death of the Mad Hatter by Sarah J. Pepper ~Review - weird, creepy and fun, this book will keep the night spooky, but won't keep you up all night!

Crash into You (Pushing the Limits, #3)   A Tale of Two Centuries (My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century, #2)   The Buttersmiths' Gold   Death of the Mad Hatter

Challenge #7 - Twitter Synopsis Challenge - Describe a book read in 2013 using only 166 characters

Graceling (Graceling Realm, #1)

Born with the 'Grace' of killing, Katsa is used as a private killer for the King until she uncovers a dark secret and a freeing truth. 

-Graceling by Kristin Cashore

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