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Friday, December 18, 2009

Friday Finds (Dec 18) / Follow Friday (#6)

Friday Finds is a weekly meme hosted by MizB over at Should Be Reading. The idea is to share books that you recently came across, whether new or old, that you've never heard of before and added to your TBR pile.


Friday Finds:




Dull Boy by Sarah Cross
(discovered via The Book Smugglers)
Genre: Young Adult, Speculative Fiction - Superheroes
Released: May 2009

(*grabby hands*)






The Gaslight Dogs by Karen Lowachee
(discovered via Orbit Books)
Genre: Speculative Fiction - Urban Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Released: April 2010

(I adore the cover!)


Follow Friday:

Taking one from Twitter's books here and doing my own version of Follow Friday! Every Friday I will highlight 2-3 blogs that I follow or just discovered who I think are worth following around the bookish blogosphere. :)

Ashbooks Book Community Button
Ash Books Community

- A recent affiliate! Check 'em out, they've got a nice site going on.


Bookworming in the 21st Century
(Contest: Big Birthday Bash)

- Kristen has a very lovely and insightful blog, not to mention a really fantastic contest going on. Make sure you stop by and say hello!


P.S. If you follow me on twitter than you've heard that I have calculated all the of entries for my first ever giveaway. The total was: 124 comments - 529 entries! WOW. Thank you guys for making it so successful! I'll be (randomly) choosing the winners tomorrow so stay tuned!

P.S.S. Don't forget to check out my interview with author Cherie Priest! I also have a giveaway going for her recently released steampunk novel, BONESHAKER. Make sure to sign up!

4 comments:

celi.a said...

I have to say that the book The Gaslight Dogs looks fantastic! Is it steampunk? It seems like it would be... WANT IT. :)

Kristen said...

Ooo thanks for the plug! :) The Gaslight Dogs just made it to my TBR list!

Becky said...

Wow, the Gas Light Dogs looks awesome. Thanks for the heads up!

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Ooo Ive never heard of Gas Light Dogs!

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