Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Book of the Month: Dune

Are you ready to join us for this Sci-Fi classic? Whether it is your first read or your tenth, (or 100th!) you can join us here, starting January 2



Saturday, December 10, 2016

Book of the Month Starts December 12 - Small Great Things

Our Anything Goes Book of the Month is Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. Starting December 12, you can join our group read here




Tuesday, December 6, 2016

December 7 Buddy Read - Don't Mean a Thing by Renee Conoulty

Starting December 7 is our group read of Don't Mean A Thing by Renee Conoulty. 

If you didn't enter our giveaway, but would like to join the read, the kindle book is currently on sale at Amazon for just 99c!

You can join us here 

Saturday, October 29, 2016

This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab; Young Adult BOM, Starting 2 November

Victoria "V.E." Schwab is one of our favourite authors so we are super excited to be starting her latest work, This Savage Song, on November 2 for our Young Adult Book of the Month.
Join us here

Book synopsis:
"Kate Harker and August Flynn's families rule opposite ends of Verity, a grisly metropolis where violent acts summon real monsters: bloodsucking Malchai; clawing Corsai; and soul-stealing Sunai. The truce that keeps the families at peace is crumbling, and August is sent to spy on Kate. But when Harker's men try to kill her and pin it on the Flynns, August and Kate find themselves running from both sides, in a city where monsters are real.."

Friday, October 21, 2016

Young Adult Book of the Month, The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black


Starting October 22 is our Young adult Book of the Month, The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black.

Faeries, knights, princes, true love. Think you know how the story goes? Think again....
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Friday, September 30, 2016

Book of the Month, Dracula​ by Bram Stoker​.

Join us October 2 for our Book of the Month, Dracula​ by Bram Stoker​.



Available as a free download from Amazon, and a wonderful full-cast audio narration from many libraries. Perhaps you first read this in high school, or even if this is your first time, I think you will find yourself being totally drawn into the suspense of the novel.

Sometimes Classics can be hard to rate, but Dracula reads just as well for modern audiences. The story is told through a series of letters and diary entries, and occasional newspaper clippings which all add to the suspense and the depth of the story as we receive multiple points of view. Also so many of Stoker's ideas regarding "modern" vampires are still in use today which is also a testament to the longevity of this novel.

Join us for this BOM here