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For more of my reviews, visit my blog at: The Muses Circle My Review: Overall, I think Hollyweird by Terri Clark was a super fun, quick read. If you find yourself overwhelmed after reading books with heavy topics and you are looking for a story that is entertaining, will make you laugh, and doesn't require putting on your thinking caps, then this book is definitely worth picking up. Hollyweird's premise is simple. Aly King wins a contest that was being promoted in EnterTEENment Magazine. What does she win? A once in a lifetime opportunity to meet Dakota Danvers, the hunky star of a popular CW show called Paranormal P.I. With her gothy, best friend Des and 21 year old sister/soap star wannabe Missy (who serves as their annoying, diva chaperone) in tow, they head to Hollywood. Never in their wildest dreams did they ever imagine their teen idol is actually a demon in disguise (the son of Satan to be exact) and that they would have to work closely with an undercover fallen angel named Jameson (who is trying to earn his halo back) in order to save the world from evil. Yes, it's as funny as it sounds!
If you haven't figured it out yet by my little summary, Terri Clark has created some...
To read the rest of my review, come visit my blog at The Muses Circle
New review today - Bereft by Chris Womersley
Relish reviews Mary Barton by Elizabeth Gaskell
Hey everyone! I have a YA book blog called Young Adult Novel Reader. It's a blog with reviews and news. I also organize blog tours for authors. I am currently looking for several bloggers to fill spots on some tours in the next few months. If you are interested, please send me a message.
Ordinary Magic by Caitlen Rubino-Bradlay is our giveaway for the Children’s Week Giveaway Hop! It’s a novel for ages 8-10 & up with magic, suspense, adventure and fantastical creatures. Enter to win a copy now at http://popcornreads.com/?p=3819.
Relish reviews 'Bonjour Tristesse' by Francoise Sagan
Each week I dedicate a post on my blog to the new book, movie, and tv series releases coming out. I call this post, "My Picks of the Week!"
Come check out today's releases I posted on my blog here: http://themusescircle.blogspot.com/2012/04/may-release-madness-my-p...
Feel free to follow me and I promise to follow in return. Thanks and enjoy this weeks new releases!
Best Wishes, Mia at The Muses Circle
Book Giveaway & Review: Helen Keller in Love by Rosie Sultan
This beautifully written romantic novel is based on actual events in Helen Keller's life. It's quite an eye opener about this amazing woman! Enter to win at http://popcornreads.com/?p=3752
GIVEAWAY Hardcover of "I Can Do It Myself" just leave a comment on my blog, follow my blog and leave an email in the comment so I can contact you if you win. http://itsabouttimemamaw.blogspot.com/2012/04/about-author-ive-love...
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