Today I Loaded My Kindle With…
Some genre fiction: fantasy, paranormal and horror. This includes a vampire novel. I haven’t read one of those in awhile. Only one recipe book and it looks fabulous, combining a delicious combination of book reviews with recipes. Add to this a writer’s guide to feeding your muse. Yummy. Nonfiction grabs also include a user’s guide for all formats of the Kindle. Very useful! For travel, I picked up a guide to London’s airports. A couple of years ago, I had to find my way from London City airport to Kensington on public transportation. This book would have come in handy. Add to that more Top Sights city guides, including one for London.
The House of Grey- Volume 1 by Collin Earl
The House of Grey- Volume 2 by Collin Earl
Fantasy, friendship, and fate await you in Collin Earl’s The House of Grey, based on the popular audio fiction by the same name. 14-year-old Monson Grey faces the same challenges that any freshman high school kid would: difficult classes, weird teachers, food fights…girls. Except, Monson Grey is not Monson Grey. At least, when he looks at himself in the mirror, the scarred face staring back is not someone he recognizes. Now he finds himself attending an extraordinary school, the recipient of an incredible scholarship, among ridiculously rich classmates, all with no memory of how he got there or what to expect. All he has from his former life are the flashes of haunting images that plague his dreams and the echoing voices that he hears, but cannot see. Luckily, Monson finds fast friendship in two of his classmates, Casey and Artorius. Little does Monson know, they too carry their own skeletons. Yet, as bizarre events start to unfold around them, Monson wonders what secrets lay buried in his mind or if he will ever be able to share his true fears with his newfound friends.
War of the Seasons, Book 1: The Human by Janine Spendlove
Eirnin’s silver eyes, now showing hints of bright yellow, widened in astonishment as he stared, transfixed, at the red blood dripping from the wound on Story’s foot. “What are you?” A simple question with a not-so-simple answer for seventeen-year-old Story, who finds herself, a lone human, thrust in the middle of a war between creatures she once thought only existed in faerie tales.
Alone (The ‘Serenity’ Series) by Marissa Farrar
Caught in a violent and abusive relationship, Serenity thinks there is no escape. On the day she fears her life can get no worse, she meets a stranger, Sebastian, who shows her the possibility of a different future. Only Sebastian has a dark secret; he is a vampire. As Serenity’s life takes a terrifying turn, she finds herself drawn into a world she never knew existed; one of murder, love and immortality. She is forced to confront her own weaknesses to save both her own life and that of the vampire she has come to love. But in the end all that matters is; can she find the strength to be Alone?
The Grind Show by Phil Tucker
For those who can see demons there is but one maxim: hunt them down until your luck runs out, and then hope for an easy death. Or so Jason thought until one hellish night in a desert ghost town leaves his life in ruins and his soul tainted with demonic power. Now the tables are turned and he’s the prey, forced to fight a running battle to keep himself and his friends alive. But at what price is he willing to buy his freedom? The demons care nothing for collateral damage, and as the death toll mounts the darkness within him grows stronger, making it ever harder for Jason to resist the allure of his newfound powers…
The 2011 Book Blogger’s Cookbook by Christy Dorrity
Great books, bloggers, and recipes meet in this fresh and unique cookbook that helps you experience books, not just read them. Books were selected from the author’s book review blog and paired with delectable recipes like “Fairy Touched Calico Brownies” from the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull, “7-Day Layer Dip” from Lauren Oliver’s Before I Fall, and “I Hate Chocolate Cake” from Amanda Hocking’s Switched. Mouthwatering photos complement every recipe. The 2011 Book Blogger’s Cookbook includes a foreword by Amanda Hocking, author of the USA Today Bestselling Trylle Trilogy and showcases over seventy reviews with links to book review blogs and author websites. Whether you’re a food lover, an avid reader or a book blogger, there’s something for you in The 2011 Book Blogger’s Cookbook.
The Complete 2012 User’s Guide to the Amazing Amazon Kindle by Stephen Windwalker and Bruce Grubbs
Finally, one user-friendly guide that covers every Kindle now on the market for 2012, including the Kindle Fire, in a single comprehensive volume chock full of tips, tricks, and links to unlock cool features, save you hundreds on Kindle content, and help you get the most out of your Kindle. Stephen Windwalker founded the popular Kindle Nation Daily community and has been helping Kindle owners get up to speed ever since his first Kindle guide was the #1 bestselling book in the entire Kindle store for 2008. Now he has teamed up with popular outdoors and travel author Bruce Grubbs to provide the most complete and up-to-date resource ever for Kindle owners.
Muse Food (Recipes for Creativity) by Amber Scott and Jess Macallan
Has doubt been following you like a shadow ever since that last rejection letter showed up in your inbox? Does just the thought of writing make your stomach hurt? Your critique partner insists you should try an outline because it would help you so, so much yet the very idea makes you gag. Ugh.Never fear! MUSE FOOD is here! Discover what makes your muse thrive with these tips and tricks tailored to each author personality.
From The Airport to the City-London, England by Kerwin McKenzie
London, England, is served by six airports: City (LCY), Gatwick (LGW), Heathrow (LHR), Luton (LTN), Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). This Guide will provide information on how to get to the city of London and also between each of the airports. The Guide also gives information on how to get to the airport hotels at London-Gatwick and London-Heathrow airports. So if you’re heading to London from the airports, this is your transportation Guide. Get it today.
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