What are we talking about today?

Some days have themes. I don't necessarily post something in each of these topic areas every week.

Sunday: Church-related or spiritual things.
Monday: Running.
Tuesday: Books.
Wednesday: Transportation.
Friday: Green living.

24 May 2011


A few months ago, I read P.J. Hoover's middle-grade trilogy much too quickly (if you missed my reviews: Book 1, Book 2, Book 3) because I enjoyed them immensely. So it was with great delight that I read a few weeks ago that her next book, a YA dystopia, was coming out. And now, I'm happy to say, it's out and available on Kindle or Nook for only $2.99:

Isn't this cover gorgeous?
So, this book is on my extremely long to-read list, and the only reason it's not yet on my read list is because I've had other books an the list longer and I'm trying to have some equity in my reading life. ;) Seriously, I'm working on it, but I can only read so fast.

And while I wish I could say that this blog post is entirely from the goodness of my heart to promote a writer who I really enjoy, it isn't. No, P.J. has totally bribed us all with "the mother of all giveaways" to help her promote her book. And since I do think she's a fab writer and I am so looking forward to getting completely lost in her book (did I mention it's set in Austin? Woohoo!), not to mention how much I'd love to win the giveaway, I'm totally happy to go along.

So, there you have it! Have you read Solstice? Do you plan to read it?


Liz Fichera said...

I'm always on the hunt for good books. SOLSTICE sounds great!

....Petty Witter said...

Sounds interesting and who knows I may eventually get around to picking up a copy but like yourself my tbr pile is no longer just a pile but a mountain.

Su said...

@Liz: I think so, too! I finished another book yesterday, so this one is inching closer to the top of the list...

@Petty: Yep. It's like it never ends. Could be because there are 1000s of books out there. :/