mini Book Expo

More miniBookExpo Titles Released

Getting the books up onto miniBookExpo for Bloggers is going slower than I hoped, but the work is worth it since books are already starting to get snapped up.  Claim it - Read it – Blog it.  Here are the titles that got added yesterday: Delible [Anne Stone] Eye of the Dream [Elizabeth Sinclair] Extreme Career Performance…

More miniBookExpo Titles Released

Getting the books up onto miniBookExpo for Bloggers is going slower than I hoped, but the books are already starting to get snapped up. Claim it – Read it – Blog it. Here are the titles that got added yesterday: Delible [Anne Stone]  Eye of the Dream [Elizabeth Sinclair]  Extreme Career Performance [Sandra Boyd /…

Take My Books, Please!

So, just in case you haven't gotten the message the first 10 miniBookExpo books are going up one-by-one onto minibookexpo.unsweetened.ca. Many more books to come!  Dark Side of the Moon [Sherrilyn Kenyon] Cut to the Quick [Joan Boswell] Cloud of Bone [Bernice Morgan] Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures: Stories [Vincent Lam] Bipolar (5) [Asaf Hanuka, Etgar Keret,…

miniBookExpo is a GO!

miniBookExpo for Bloggers 2007 is a go! I'm just pulling together the final touches on a dedicated blog for miniBookExpo for Bloggers at minibookexpo.unsweetened.ca We have 46 53 books ready to go this year, and another 13 11 Advance Reading Copies (or ARCs) that I'm just waiting for publishers to give me the okay to…

tp: More MiniBook Expo Reviews

Free Books from BookExpo! Check out the most recent MiniBook Expo Reviews: Cereus Blooms at Night: A Novel Exiles in America: A Novel The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters Cereus Blooms At Night by Shani Mootoo  — Read Melanie's full review on caffinara Exiles in America — Read Daejin's full review on suburbanperil.com The…

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Review: Home Run

Home Run by Paul Kropp  [Doubleday Canada]Reviewed by PRCS This was an enjoyable and quick read. Although aimed at the teenage market 14+, I would say 16-18 would be a better age group for this novel as some descriptions contain rather adult content. This book is a follow-up to Running the Bases which I have…

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Review: The Wild Girl

The Wild Girl by Jim Fergus  [Hyperion Books]Reviewed by PRCS This book was a wonderful reading from start to finish.  Takes place during the depression in 1930′s American midwest, it is the story of a young Apache girl ‘la nina bronca’ who was so wild the hunter who found her in the caves, bought her…

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