Saturday, June 30, 2012

Against All Odds Book tour Ends



Hey guys! This book tour has been really fun so far! I've loved reading all the entries by the participating blogs. Here are the stops:


Beagle Book Space - Guest Post
Stuck on Reading - Review 
Reviewing Shelf - Guest Post & Giveaway 
The Booklover's Report - Cover Reveal, Review & Giveaway 
Little Hyuts -  Review
Ramblings of a Coffee Addict - Guest Post & Giveaway
Flying on Silver Wings -  Review, Giveaway & Character Interview
YA Books: Beyond the Cover - Giveaway & Guest post
In between Writing and Reading - Review & Giveaway


Here's the Rafflecopter giveaway, today is the last day so don't forget to enter!




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Six Word Saturday #1 & Quote it Saturday #1

Two new Saturday Memes! I hate how Saturdays are always dull around here, so I decided to pick up some memes to help it go up. Not to mention, I've been MIA with the memes for the past 4 days due to internet problems so I am making up.


Six Word Saturday @Show My Face. Want to play along? All that's necessary to participate is to describe your life (or something) in a phrase using just six words. For more information, try clicking here. Feel free to explain or not explain. Add an image, a video, a song, nothing. I love seeing what everyone does with their entries.

"The heat will probably kill me."




Quote it Saturday @ Freda's Voice. Add as many quotes as you wish, from whom ever you wish. It can even be lyrics to a song.
Just tell us who it is. Anonymous welcome too.

"Cowards die many times before their deaths. The valiant never taste of death but once." - Julius Caesar, Shakespeare

I Spy A Protagonist # 4


Hello there to this week's 'I Spy A Protagonist'!
I will be following through with my new (sort of meme) inspired by my 'I spy a celebrity' on my Tumblr blog where every week I point out my equivalent MVP character from one of the books I've recently read or just remembered and point out why I chose them. It can be the main hero or heroine or even the bad guy or just a secondary character I enjoyed reading about.




This week's Protagonist is: Olivia Bevelstoke from Julia Quinn's 'What Happens in London'. 
Olivia is by far my favorite 'Bevelstoke'. Her relationship with her best friend Miranda in 'The Secret diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever' was amazing, but nothing in comparison to her relationship with her twin brother in this book, it's hilarious! I couldn't stop laughing at their sibling antics. Even her relationship with her love, Harry Valentine, was hilarious. Both in this book and the tiny appearance they both made in 'Ten things I love about you'. All in all, I love her and hope that JQ would write a book for her twin brother Winston and then I'd get to see more of the siblings' interaction! Maybe even her as a mother, that would be epic.




Care to share your protagonist of the week? :)

Friday, June 29, 2012

Liebster Award 2

Wow, second Liebster award in a week! I am posting the 11 facts from before though because I am so sleepy and can't think of any new ones for now. Anyhow:




Thanks to Emily Yu @Anything in Fantasy for tagging me this, it's pretty cool!

So, basics:

What is This??

The Liebster Blog Award is given to upcoming bloggers who have 200 followers or less.
The word Liebster is German and means sweetest, kindest, nicest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, and welcome.



Here's the Rules:

1. Each person must post 11 random facts about themselves
2. Answer 11 questions the tagger has given you and give 11 questions for the people you tagged
3. Choose 11 people and link them in your post
4. Tell them you've tagged them
. Remember, no tag backs!




My Random 11 Facts:

1- I am Egyptian, but I've only been living in Egypt for 3 years.
2- I am extremely impatient.
3- I am very accident prone.
4- I have an adorable yet mischievous kitten.
5- I've been to three different countries in three different continents.
6- I love the color light blue.
7- I have a lisp.
8- I'd love to swim with the sharks one day - I am terrified of them and want to get over this fear.
9- I have absolutely no idea what I want to be once I graduate university.
10- I speak four different languages (only two fluently).
11- I have a phobia of talking to random strangers on the phone.


Questions from Anything in Fantasy:

1- What are your favorite series? (List 4)
That's an easy one. Once Upon a Time, How I met your mother, Castle & Doctor Who

2- What are 5 most swoon-worthy characters?
Hmm... from books or movies and series? I am guessing Books.
*Noah from The Buchunan series by Nora Roberts.
*Rob from the Missing Series by Meg Cabot.
*Colin Bridgerton from the Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn.
*Zach from Jinx by Meg Cabot.
*Vane from the Cynsters series by Stephanie Laurens.

3- What kind of genre of books do you enjoy most?
Romance. Be it young adult or historical regency.

4- How many books are in your TBR pile?
Oh wow, well to be honest, maybe around 50? 

5- What is your favorite single book? List 4
*Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
*How to be popular by Meg Cabot
*Natural-Born Charmer by Susan Elizabeth Philips
*Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

6- What is your favorite food?
Pizza

7- Where are you from ?
Egypt

8- Do you usually read mainstream or indie authors?
Usually mainstream. When I like an author I rather enjoy finding more books by them before finding another.

9- What is your favorite quote from a book?
"Cowards die many times before their deaths. The valiant never taste of death but once" from Julius Caesar by Shakespeare.



10- What future releases is your heart racing for?
Silver Demon by Caron Rider, The last in the Lilith Straight Trilogy by Michelle Scott and Scarlet by Marissa Meyer.

11- Who are your favorite authors?
Meg Cabot, Julia Quinn, Julie Garwood, Nora Roberts & Paulo Coelho.





Woohoo! I found someone to tag :D
1- SylverPages
2- McGruffy's Reader

Here are the questions from before:


My questions:
1- What's your most embarrassing moment?
2-What have you never done but think you should?
3- Which book heroine would you like to switch places with?
4- What's your favorite midnight snack?
5- Girl's night out or girl's night in?
6- Which book can you never stop reading?
7- When did you start blogging?
8- When did your addiction to books start?
9- Family or best friends?
10- If you could live anywhere in the worlds (existing and fictional) where would you live?
11- Can you live without blogging?

Review: Moa

Hello guys! As I mentioned sometime around this month, I have another book tour going on for June. It's a tour of two books for Tricia Stewart Shiu: Moa & Statue of Ku. Here's the review of the first book in the tour, Moa.


Title: Moa
Author: Tricia Stewart Shiu
Moa (Moa, #1)ISBN: 0984002006

Goodreads Synopsis:

Hillary Hause is not a witch. But, everyone in her conservative small town thinks so. When she is given a trip to Hawaii for graduation, this energetic eighteen-year-old anticipates adventure but gets more than she bargained for when Moa, an ancient Hawaiian spirit, pays her an unexpected visit.

With the help of her older sister, Molly and her seven-year-old niece, Heidi, Hillary embarks on a journey in which she not only saves herself, her family and Moa, but also the Hawaiian Islands. In the end, she learns to accept herself and her spiritual gifts warts and all.


Review:

This is a rare moment - honestly, this has only ever happened one other time with ' The Catcher in the Rye' - where I couldn't completely finish the book. I tried, I honestly did, I even took breaks, which turned to weeks, just trying to be interested enough to get back into the story, and I could never manage more than a chapter a night. I stopped at chapter 5 though, I couldn't go further, I am ashamed to say, but there was nothing else to do, I couldn't continue.

I should point out that there were many good things about the book, like the amount of research done for it. It got me interested in Hawaiian whether all that was said was true or not. It was very descriptive and the storyline was interesting. Plus the starts of every chapter were really interesting. It added an original touch, with the incantations that put you into the mood of the book.

However, the descriptions were too much to the extent that I lost track of the actual story. It would also get repetitive, where you get to read all the background story from Moa's point of view, then Moa would explain it to Hillary and I was just bored. Hillary didn't seem like a character I'd relate to, or even like, or want to read more about. She seemed dull, and when she talked it was dull. I think the story lacked fire, activeness, a reason to read on. The style was rather dry and mundane sadly, even though it was in the first person. I think it needed more dialogue to be stimulating enough for the reader.

The encounter between Moa and Hillary wasn't as inspired as I'd hoped. The way Moa chose to tell Hillary about what she is, I mean, come on, it felt like she was saying "hey, guess what? Before you were born, you promised to sacrifice yourself to save the portal. I'm here to cash in on that." And, if Moa only had a limited amount of time to show Hillary the truth, wouldn't she do something great and drastic to prove it instead of talking to a kid? There wasn't the required urgency.

It was a very slow read, and until chapter 5 nothing interesting had happened, the official story hadn't started yet, which made me eventually give up because I stopped reading everything else to focus on this book and frankly I have a lot of deadlines to follow through on.

Though, I should point out there was a quote I liked, so I am sharing it with you guys:

" Everyone is born with a loving heart, a soft heart. However, each soul's journey includes challenges in which humans must endure grief and loss, heartache and peril. Many humans allow these events to harden their hearts and create shells of resistance to any new experience."


Rating: 1/5

Monday, June 25, 2012

Moa & Statue of Ku Book Tour

Hey there! It's Moa & Statue of Ku week. The tour supposably started yesterday and ends on Friday. I actually started reading the book sometime at the start of June. The 5th maybe? It's not an easy read to be honest and I am in between exams so I am not sure if I'll manage to read both books before the end of the tour and to review them. I am back to reading Moa now, and hope I finish it by the end of today.


Anyhow, here's an excerpt from the book:




Eighteen-year-old, Hillary Hause’s left thumb searches frantically to turn on the “I’m Okay to Fly” hypnotherapy recording. Her nerves on edge, fuchsia fingernails press into the blue pleather armrests of her airplane seat.
“No spells can help you now,” she whispers to herself under her breath—then checks to see if anyone notices. Nope, they don’t.
The plane lifts through the early morning, gray fog of California, “June Gloom” giving way to the azure sky, and Hillary covers her curly brown head and retreats beneath the questionably clean plane blanket cranking the volume to drown out the drone of the engines.
“Outer shell close to breaking.” This time she doesn’t care if anyone hears.
I hover just beyond her “outer shell”—a movement in the periphery, a faintly familiar scent, a fond memory just beyond recognition, a non-human observer. Before the week is up, Hillary will save my life, as I will hers. But, for now, more about Hillary.
The drink cart rolls past the blanket, which has, by now become a moist steamy cave.

“Hey, freak. I hope your plane crashes.” The memory reverberates through her brain despite her attempts to distract herself with the hypnotherapy recording. She increases the volume, but the ugly conversation, which occurred just before school ended, still haunts her mind.
“I guess the only people they check on those flights are the suspicious ones,” Krystal Sykes, a bully from her home room, leans in as Hillary hastens to grab books for her next class. Krystal, also a senior, has hounded Hillary since the first day of freshman year and this is the final day during the final hour at this tiny high school of 376 students —where everyone knows everyone else’s business.
“Look, Krystal.” Hillary turns her eyes toward the sneering blonde. “It’s the last day of school, we’ll never see each other again. Can you give it a rest?” These are the most words the two young women have exchanged in the entire four years of high school.
A look of shock replaces Krystal’s smug snick, “Oh, so now you talk.” She leans in, so close that her spray tan becomes a patchy Impressionist painting. Her pores are blotched with cakey, two shades too dark powder, her unblended cream eyeshadow creases across the center of her lid and her tropical breeze flavored breath threatens to strangle the words right out of Hillary.



“I know all about your witchcraft practices and have made a few spells of my own. Trust me. You’ll never make it to your sister’s house in Hawaii.” Krystal’s backpack jingles and Hillary watches her spin around and skip down the hall.

Hillary is not a witch. She has, however, carefully crafted a “shell” to protect herself from bullies like Krystal—who, as far as Hillary can tell—is not a witch either. She has watched Krystal throughout elementary, middle and high school and has not been able to discern whether or not she practices witchcraft. No matter what Krystal’s background, her intent is to harm. And there is nothing worse than a spell with an aim to hurt. Hillary has had no choice but to remain in a constant state of defensiveness.
The twenty-minute recording ends and Hillary falls into a troubled sleep—feeling every bump and hearing every creak of the plane.
With about an hour left in the flight, Hillary awakens with a “turtle headache.” Hillary’s older sister Molly taught her this term which means a headache caused by sleeping too long underneath the covers of one’s bed.
Sadly, Molly lost her husband, Steve, last year in an unfortunate surfing accident. The throbbing pain in Hillary’s left temple could be the result of remaining submerged beneath an airplane blanket and wedged between the window and armrest, or it could be from worry about how Molly and her niece, Heidi are dealing with their devastating loss.
Disoriented, Hillary pokes her head out just in time to glimpse puffy clouds and sparkling sea below. A flood of excitement and sheer wonder flows through Hillary in the form of a tingle from her head to her toes. And then, a lovely thought:  “…And for an Everlasting Roof, The Gambrels of the Sky…” She will enjoy this plane ride, thanks in part to Emily Dickinson.

Once Upon A Time - Wonderland

I made this video a while back when I was addicted to the series, and the movie. For some reason making this video was all I could think of when I heard the song. I had to make the video. I love them both.
Anyhow, it's been a long while since I thought of it and just realized it's had more than a 1000 pageviews and I hadn't noticed!

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Liebster Blog Award



Thanks to Måïdâ @The literary Love Affair for tagging me this, it's pretty cool!

So, basics:

What is This??

The Liebster Blog Award is given to upcoming bloggers who have 200 followers or less.
The word Liebster is German and means sweetest, kindest, nicest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, and welcome.



Here's the Rules:

1. Each person must post 11 random facts about themselves
2. Answer 11 questions the tagger has given you and give 11 questions for the people you tagged
3. Choose 11 people and link them in your post
4. Tell them you've tagged them
. Remember, no tag backs!


Alright, here goes:

My Random 11 Facts:

1- I am Egyptian, but I've only been living in Egypt for 3 years.
2- I am extremely impatient.
3- I am very accident prone.
4- I have an adorable yet mischievous kitten.
5- I've been to three different countries in three different continents.
6- I love the color light blue.
7- I have a lisp.
8- I'd love to swim with the sharks one day - I am terrified of them and want to get over this fear.
9- I have absolutely no idea what I want to be once I graduate university.
10- I speak four different languages (only two fluently).
11- I have a phobia of talking to random strangers on the phone.


Questions from The literary love affair:

1- If you could marry one book boyfriend, who would you pick?
Noah Cleybourne from the Buchunan series by Julie Garwood. He's hilarious, sexy, and a dangerous F.B.I agent.

2- One author you can't get enough of, and would recommend to everyone?
Julia Quinn. Since I really love Historical Regency times, reading her books is like reading an easier and much more hilarious version of "Jane Austen's" books. I love her style, she never fails to make me laugh out loud and make a fool of myself in public. I think I've read every book by her (had to borrow a lot from friends) and never leave a bookstore that owns her books without buying one to complete the collections. I think I have 7 so far. Too bad the only ones they have in Egypt for her are the ones I own.

3- Favourite genre of books?
Romance in general. Be it Historical, Young Adult, or Western. Or anything really that has a bit of romance in it. I'm a hopeless romantic!

4- Vanilla ice-cream or Chocolate ice-cream?
Vanilla. I absolutely love Vanilla.

5- Would you consider blogging your hobby?
It has become more of a passion. I absolutely love it and can't understand how it took me this long to figure it out!

6- Urban Fantasy or Romance?
I am a hopeless romantic as I said, so definitely romance.

7- What was the last book you read?
The last book I read was "Wilde's Fire" I think. I am in the middle of reading "Wilde's Army", the sequel.

8- One word that best describes you?
Impatient.

9- Movies or books?
Wow, that's a very tough one. But I guess books. They screw a lot of things in movies, even though they can show it better, but I still love imagining.

10- What is the one book that you have read more than 5 times?
Boy meets girl, by Meg Cabot. I seriously love this book.

11- What are you currently reading?
I am currently trying to finish 'Moa' for the book tour, and "Wilde's Army", to know what happens next in the series.


Blogs I am tagging:
10- XO Reads
11- Lily



My questions:
1- What's your most embarrassing moment?
2-What have you never done but think you should?
3- Which book heroine would you like to switch places with?
4- What's your favorite midnight snack?
5- Girl's night out or girl's night in?
6- Which book can you never stop reading?
7- When did you start blogging?
8- When did your addiction to books start?
9- Family or best friends?
10- If you could live anywhere in the worlds (existing and fictional) where would you live?
11- Can you live without blogging?

Showcase Sunday # 8

HEY GUYS I AM 8 OUT OF 9 EXAMS DONE! I CAN'T WAIT TILL MY HOLIDAY STARTS!



Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by Vicky @ Books, Biscuits & Tea.It's a way to share what we all got in our mailboxes this week.


I made a video! I thought to celebrate being done with my linguistics exam with it, so there's that.





Book I bought:

The Night Circus



Now, as to the ebooks I got this week!

Books I won:

Chasing AmandaDark Passage (Chosen, #1)Of Magic and Mayhem: A Collection of Three Amaris Fantasy, Sci-fi & Paranormal Short Stories (Amaris Shorts)
What A Boy WantsWhat a Boy Needs





 Books for Review:

IntangibleThe Burning StarThe Unforgiven: The Crave (The Unholy Trinity Chronicles)
The Doorknob SocietyThe Life and Death of Lily Drake



Free Ebook:

Clockwise (Clockwise, #1)

Friday, June 22, 2012

Book Tour Update

Hey! I am actually loving all the posts of the tour so far and we're no where near done, so this is exciting! I decided to put links of the posts here.

Also, I would like to announce the winners of the first giveaway: Debdetta & Erin! The books are on their ways and I hope you guys get them soon ^^









*Now to the completed tour stops:

Beagle Book Space - Guest Post
Stuck on Reading - Review
Reviewing Shelf - Guest Post & Giveaway
The Booklover's Report - Cover Reveal, Review & Giveaway
What's Hot?  - Guest Post, Review, Interview & Giveaway

*As to the upcoming Stops:


June 23: Review @ Little Hyuts
June 24: Giveaway & Guest Post @ Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer
June 25: Review, Giveaway, & Guest Post @ Flying on Silver Wings
June 26: Review, Author Interview, & Giveaway @ Read-A-holicZ
June 27: Review, Author Interview, & Giveaway @ Wonderland Reviews
June 28: Giveaway & Guest Post @ YA Books: Beyond the Cover
June 29: Review & Giveaway @ In Between Writing and Reading
June 30: Review, Author Interview, Giveaway, Guest Post, & Cover Reveal @ Ali's Bookshelf




There's also the second giveaway of two copies of this book (paperback)

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Feature & Follow # 3





Hey guys Feature & Follow time! The awesome picture is from Reading into Hiding by the way, so it's not mine..
The Feature & Follow is hosted by two hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Click here to read the rules and join in the follows!



Q: If you could 'unread' a book, which one would it be? Is it because you want to start over and experience it again for the first time? Or because it was THAT bad?


That's a tough one. I guess it would be 'The Mill On The Floss'. I really would love the time that I spent reading this book back. I know it's a classic and people rave about it... I just have absolutely no idea why they would. Maybe it's something  like  'Pride and Prejudice'? An acquired taste I need to read more than once to like? I am not sure whether to give the copy I have away or to reread it again!

Thursday, June 21, 2012

From The Review Pile # 6


 
 
 From the Review Pile is a meme hosted by Stepping Out of the Page every Thursday.
 
The aim of this meme is to showcase books that you've received for review (or any book that you own and really want to read/review) but haven't yet got around to reading, in order to give the book some extra publicity.



Title: Wilde's Army
Author:  

Goodreads:

“Hello, Katriona.”

Those two words spark fear in Katriona Wilde and give way to an unlikely partnership with Perth, the man she’s been traded to marry for a favor. Saving her true love and protector Arland, her family, and their soldiers keeps her motivated, but the at-odds duo soon realizes trust is something that comes and goes with each breath of Encardia’s rotting, stagnant air. The moment when concern for her missing sister spirals out of control, all thoughts of trust are pushed aside and she finds herself trapped by the daemon tricks Perth warned her of.

However, rescuing those she loves is only half the problem.

Kate still must get to Willow Falls, unite her clashing people, and form an army prepared to fight in order to defeat Darkness. When so many she’s grown fond of die along the journey, her ability to play by the gods’ rules is tested.

How will she make allies when the world appears stacked against her? And will she still be Katriona Wilde, the girl with fire?



Why do I own said book?

I read book one, the creation of the world of Encardia and the storyline was really interesting that I loved it! Even though I wasn't fond of the first few chapters, the story itself was good, and the idea. So the second I finished it I requested Wilde's Army on Netgalley.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday #6 & Wishlist Wednesday #4


 

Wishlist Wednesday is a book blog hop hosted @ Pen to Paper where we will post about one book per week that has been on our wishlist for some time, or just added (it's entirely up to you), that we can't wait to get off the wishlist and onto our wonderful shelves.







"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted @Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.






Wow, I am posting this so late, but I only just got home and had a fabulous day! Also, only two exams left! So, again, like with 'Lies Beneath' I am adding up my Wishlist Wednesday and Waiting on Wednesday because they're the same book:


Title: My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century
Author: 
Publication: September 2012

Goodreads Synopsis:

On the precipice of her sixteenth birthday, the last thing lone wolf Cat Crawford wants is an extravagant gala thrown by her bubbly stepmother and well-meaning father. So even though Cat knows the family’s trip to Florence, Italy, is a peace offering, she embraces the magical city and all it offers. But when her curiosity leads her to an unusual gypsy tent, she exits . . . right into Renaissance Firenze.

Thrust into the sixteenth century armed with only a backpack full of contraband future items, Cat joins up with her ancestors, the sweet Alessandra and protective Cipriano, and soon falls for the gorgeous aspiring artist Lorenzo. But when the much-older Niccolo starts sniffing around, Cat realizes that an unwanted birthday party is nothing compared to an unwanted suitor full of creeptastic amore.

Can she find her way back to modern times before her Italian adventure turns into an Italian forever?



I am not sure I mentioned it, but I love the new cover of this book, and well I'd joined a giveaway the author was hosting and won an awesome swag pack! But yeah, the story sounds absolutely exciting for me, not to mention it takes place in Italy not only that but also Firenze (Florence) .  I've been there and absolutely loved the city! Can't wait to read this book, and well I would love to go back to Italy!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Teaser Tuesday # 7


Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


This week's TT is from a book I am dying to read ' Talisman of El' by Alecia Stone.


The Teaser:


"You're wondering why this is happening to you." Terra's tone was matter-of-fact. Charlie stopped, his hand gripping the doorknob. "You feel as though you no longer recognize the person you are. Will you not join me?" He glanced back at her. "Perhaps I can be of some help."


"Thanks, but I'll pass." Charlie hurried out of the cabin. Halfway across the bridge he stopped. His legs felt like lead, but he knew the feeling was all in his mind. What if Terra could somehow explain what was happening to him and why?

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Showcase Sunday # 7

 
Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by Vicky @ Books, Biscuits & Tea. It's a way to share what we all got in our mailboxes this week.



Hey there! This has been a great week e-book wise! I've gotten such amazing books and can't wait to start reading them. So here goes:


Netgalley books:

Rebels by Accident  Wilde's Army
Bite Me (Demon Underground, #1)  Try Me (Demon Underground, #2)  Fang Me (Demon Underground, #3) 
The Last Good Man   The River Witch




Fated Dreams (Book One In The Affinity Series)    Broken City
Between The Land And The Sea (Marina's Tales, #1)  Frozen Heart




About Last Night


Saturday, June 16, 2012

Against All Odds : Boook Tour!

Hey guys! Experience Tours is holding a book tour for my book 'Against All Odds' starting tomorrow and ending at the end of the month. I am also hosting another giveaway of two paperback copies of the book, so be sure to check the rafflecopter down there, though the old one is still running till the 18th of June Here. So a bit of info on the book:

Title: Against All Odds
Author:  

Goodreads Synopsis:

The Story revolves around:

-A boy called Damien who seems to have it all. He's rich, good-looking and athletic. He's also arrogant, obnoxious and a major player. Damien is one of 5 children who seem to not get along, until one day Damien meets Alexis and his life is turned inside out.

-A girl called Alexis who has trust issues due to her parents. Her best friends mean the world to her, and she refuses to date anyone that doesn't fit completely in her 'Perfect Guy' list.

They're thrown together a lot and start to face inner demons they've hidden away for so long.



Tour Stops:

Schedule:

June 17: Giveaway & Guest Post @ The Magic Attic
June 18: Guest Post @ Beagle Book Space
June 19: Review @ Stuck on Reading
June 20: Giveaway & Guest Post @ Reviewing Shelf
June 21: Review, Giveaway, & Cover Reveal @ The Book Lover's Report
June 22: Review, Author Interview, Giveaway, Guest Post, Character Interview, & Cover Reveal @ What's Hot?
June 23: Review @ Little Hyuts
June 24: Giveaway & Guest Post @ Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer
June 25: Review, Giveaway, & Guest Post @ Flying on Silver Wings
June 26: Review, Author Interview, & Giveaway @ Read-A-holicZ
June 27: Review, Author Interview, & Giveaway @ Wonderland Reviews
June 28: Giveaway & Guest Post @ YA Books: Beyond the Cover
June 29: Review & Giveaway @ In Between Writing and Reading
June 30: Review, Author Interview, Giveaway, Guest Post, & Cover Reveal @ Ali's Bookshelf



Giveaway:



Hope you guys stop by and have fun!