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Yay for readathons! I got a lot more read this week than I originally thought I would. I was busy reading this weekend, wasn't I? :)
Kristen read this past week:
The Year We Were Famous by Carole Estby Dagg
Future Imperfect by K. Ryer Breese
Aya (Aya #1) by Marguerite Abouet
Fables: Legends in Exile (Fables, #1) by Bill Willingham
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger
Heist Society (Heist Society, #1) by Ally Carter
Through Her Eyes by Jennifer Archer
Enclave (Razorland, #1) by Ann Aguirre
What are you guys reading currently?
Every day we'll have a new poem posted for National Poetry Month. Also, we'll have a lot of guest librarian bloggers because it is National Library Week! Hope you enjoy!
On Monday, Kristen will be giving away a signed paperback copy of Give up the Ghost, courtesy of the author - Megan Crewe -to celebrate it coming out in paperback. :)
On Tuesday, Kristen will be reviewing a handful of middle grade novels in the feature Middle Grade Shorts.
On Wednesday, Kristen will be reviewing Rage by Jackie Morse Kessler, along with an interview of the author. We will also share our Waiting on Wednesday picks.
On Thursday, we'll have Link a Contest Thursday as always.
On Friday, Kristen will be reviewing Enclave by Ann Aguirre.
On Saturday, Kristen will be reviewing Stones for My Father by Trilby Kent. Also, she will be interviewing Ann Aguirre.
The Week in Rewind:
Monday: National Poetry Month Day 4
Tuesday: National Poetry Month Day 5. Kristen reviewed The Year We Were Famous and interviewed the author Carole Etsby Dagg.
Wednesday: National Poetry Month Day 6. Our Waiting on Wednesday picks.
Thursday: National Poetry Month Day 7. Link a Contest Thursday.
Friday: National Poetry Month Day 8. Character Tweets: Tina from Leverage by Joshua C. Cohen.
Saturday: National Poetry Month Day 9. Interview and Giveaway with Rebecca Ryals Russell. Dewey's Readathon. Kristen reviewed Future Imperfect by K. Ryer Breese.
Sunday: National Poetry Month Day 10. Kristen reviewed Through Her Eyes by Jennifer Archer.