Thank you so much, Bella! :)
I still have a couple of books to read and review:
Demon: A Memoir
Havah: The Story of Eve
Don't forget to enter this giveaway!
Contest ends Friday at Midnight PST
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PRIZE PACK 2 (USA only):
PRIZE PACK 3 (UK only):
After the winner of prize pack 2 has chosen their books, you can pick 2 books out of the remaining 4 books. You also get a copy of the UK version of The Demon’s Lexicon, a signed copy of Ballads of Suburbia and tons of bookmarks similar to the ones in prize pack 2!
Contest closes 20th April!
You have to download the instructions now before you close the page.
It's your only chance.
DOWNLOAD HERE ==> Download How to Make Your Own Luminamen.doc
I'm not sure if you know this, but she wove Fair O'Nelli's luminamen from threads she pulled from the Aurora Borealis (just like she does for all wee hoomin when they're born). It's their soul star, or what it would look like if they could see it for real.
If you ever played "Connect the Dots," you can do this. It's surprisingly easy, if you go step by step.
Included in the download:
What you'll need:
You might want colored pencils to color it in to put on your wall when you're done. Math teachers love this as an assignment to give to their students. Tell a teacher about this!
Praise from authors:
Wow, thanks so much for the AMAZING review, Aik!!!! :-D I'm thrilled that you enjoyed the book so much, and thanks for making it one of your best books for 2012!!! You are awesome, good luck with your brilliant blog!! | Alexander Gordon Smith, author of the Escape from Furnace series
"Dear Naadir, Thanks for your thoroughly and lovely review of TRUST: A NEW BEGINNING. I´m glad to hear that you read the book three times.WOW!! I really appreciate you have posted my book on your awesome blog. I´m honored!!" Cris x
Thanks for your fantastic reviews! | Maria V. Snyder, author of the bestselling Study series
Thank you for the lovely review! And I like your comment, too: if Catherine were a plain girl, she may have gone unnoticed in Henry's court and faired much better. Alas, she did lead an interesting life! | Alisa M. Libby, author of The King's Rose and The Blood Confession
Thank you so much for writing a review of my book! I'm so glad you enjoyed it. You have a very impressive blog. It looks like you are very plugged in to the wider world! | Dori Jones Yang, author of Daughter of Xanadu
Your blog looks lovely, and I particularly like that you review short story collections, and review the stories within. | Kendare Blake, author of Anna Dressed in Blood
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