Do you know any of these authors?

1. Photos of your favorite author(s).

2. Photo(s) of the author(s) of the book(s) you’re currently reading.

3. Photo(s) of any author(s) you’ve met in person (even very briefly).

4. A youtube of (an) author(s) you’ve heard speak.

5. Any photo(s) you may have of yourself with an author.
I have a picture of myself with Tom Romano, but I don’t have it on the computer I’m currently working on.  So, I’ll insert it later.
6. A photo of the author of the book you’ve most recently finished.

7. Photos of the hottest author(s)!

Dewey Monster suggests that in order to get caught up on book reviews we enlist the help of others.  We are to:
1) post books that we’ve finished but haven’t yet reviewed.
2) ask people to ask us questions about the any of the books in the comments section.
and
3) write the reviews by answering the questions that commenters have left.

If you leave your web address in your comment, I’ll be sure to link to your site when I refer to your question in the review.

So, here it goes.  Give me some good questions that will generate interesting details about the following books.  I really want to get caught up on my reviews.


TWISTED SISTERS by Stephanie Hale


UNDONE by Brooke Taylor 


CHOSEN by P.C. and Kristin Cast


LITTLE BROTHER by Cory Doctorow


EVERNIGHT by Claudia Gray


UNBELIEVABLE by Sara Shepard

I’m looking forward to reading everyone’s questions.

This week the topic is Magazines.  Thanks to the Dewey Monster for some guiding questions.

1. Name of magazine.
I subscribe to several magazines, but they are all from professional organizations except for “The Writer.”

2. Do you subscribe or just buy it now and then?
I subscribe and have for several years.

3. What’s your favorite regular feature in the magazine?
I enjoy their main cover stories most.

4. What do you think your interest in this magazine says about you?
I hope that my interest in this magazine reveals that I’m a creative person.  I have a desire to write and desperately want to write a book.  (I have one going, but I keep making excuses not to work on it.)

5. How long have you been reading this magazine?
Several years

6. Is there any unique or quirky aspect to the magazine that keeps you reading?
Nope.  This magazine is pretty straight laced.

Well, I took pictures of my reading environment.  So, let’s start with my book piles.  Here is my To-Be Reviewed pile.  I’m going to use the Weekly Geek #6 from last week as an excuse to catch up on my reviews.  See the previous post about that.

Here is a stack of my To-Be-Read pile.  I have many more stacks, but didn’t want to take that many pictures.

Here are the books piled next to my bed.  I always have several and I seem to keep adding them.  My current book is on top.  Feast of Fools by Rachel Caine.

This is my Reading Nook.  I love sitting on my love seat.  It is next to the front door that looks out into my front yard.

Here is a picture of some of my middle school kids that came to one of my Read-a-thons.  We read from 7 PM – 11PM and keep track of the number of pages we read.  I had 85 students show up this last go round.  I’ve done this for two years (twice a year) and can’t wait for next year.

Finally, here are a couple of the bookshelves in my house.

Check out this other blogger to see how their Weekly Geek #7 went.