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The Perfect Prank (A Guest Post by Kurt Dinan) + Giveaway

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Hey everyone!  I am part of the blog tour for Don’t Get Caught by Kurt Dinan.  Kurt will be doing a guest post. Of course, with a few revisions. 😉 First though, I’ll share some information about Don’t Get Caught along with a few links. There will also be a blog tour wide giveaway shared at the end where you can win ONE of THREE finished copies of Don’t Get Caught.

Dont_Get_CaughtDon’t Get Caught

Kurt Dinan

Publisher: Sourcebooks (April 1st, isn’t the the most perfect date for this book?)

Genre: Young Adult

Pages: 340

Goodreads Summary:

10:00 tonight at the water tower. Tell no one. -Chaos Club

When Max receives a mysterious invite from the untraceable, epic prank-pulling Chaos Club, he has to ask: why him? After all, he’s Mr. 2.5 GPA, Mr. No Social Life. He’s Just Max. And his favorite heist movies have taught him this situation calls for Rule #4: Be suspicious. But it’s also his one shot to leave Just Max in the dust…

Yeah, not so much. Max and four fellow students-who also received invites-are standing on the newly defaced water tower when campus security “catches” them. Definitely a setup. And this time, Max has had enough. It’s time for Rule #7: Always get payback.

Let the prank war begin.

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~Guest Post Topic~

Describe what you would consider to be the perfect heist and how it would be pulled off.

~The Perfect Prank~

In writing DON’T GET CAUGHT, I had to be thinking of bigger and better capers that could be pulled for Max and his friends in the novel.  For this post I was originally asked to consider the perfect heist, but look, if we’re going to steal something worth stealing you’re risking prison, and I don’t know about you, but I’m not someone who would do well in prison.  BUT, what if you could pull off a major prank with a worldwide audience?  Something that would NEVER be forgotten?  That’s something worth the time and energy, right?  And if you could create a prank where no one really got hurt, no major laws were broken, and would therefore avoid a long prison sentence, that’d be even better, agreed?  So with that in mind, I present The Great Super Bowl Prank.

***Disclaimer: This is a terrible idea that won’t work, so don’t really do it,  okay?  DON’T DO IT.  Got it?***

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The Target: The Super Bowl

If you’re going to pull a prank, I say go big.  Regardless of whether or not you like football, it’s undeniable that the NFL’s championship game is always one of the most watched events on TV every single year.  Possibly one hundred million viewers? You can’t ask for a better event to prank.

Stadium

When: Halftime

Every year, a major star headlines the Super Bowl halftime show.  Beyonce, Prince, Bruce Springsteen, Shania Twain, U2… regardless of musical genre, they always put on an over-the-top stage and light show.  One part of this show is the opening moments when the football field is flooded with fans rushing to the stage.  There have to be, what?, at least 250 fans out there  as well as flag wavers, dancers, and that weird shark guy on stage with Katy Perry.  Mixing in with that crowd is your best way of ending up on the field.

Halftime Show

How: Part 1

I’m betting everyone on that field, even the fans who only have to yell and scream, has gone through a security check and run through countless rehearsals.  Getting the right security passes to get into the stadium and onto the field though is going to be difficult, but essential.  You’ll need someone staking out the stadium during the week of the Super Bowl when these practices are going on, and then have that person approach the fans as they exit the stadium.  My plan–mix in with this crowd, sidle up beside someone who looks friendly but is off by him/herself, and start crying that you’ve lost your pass.  Not to be sexist, but a girl asking a guy to see his pass is a lot more likely to be successful than vice-versa, because let’s be honest, guys are much more gullible than girls.  Maybe you take a picture of his pass, maybe we have you scan it somehow, or maybe you swap his pass with a fake one, but ultimately we’re looking for a way to duplicate the pass needed to get into the stadium on game day.

Security Pass

How: Part 2

So somehow the five of you–heist crews are usually made up of five–have made it into the underbelly of the host stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, and are waiting for halftime.  The trick here as I write about in DON’T GET CAUGHT is to follow Rule #2 – Be cool.  No one is checking you out thinking you’re suspicious, so don’t give them a reason to think you’re suspicious.  Mix in with the rest of the fans, make pleasant chit-chat, talk about how excited you are, and whatever you do, keep your back to the wall so no one notices the weird shape that appears to be there!

Be Cool

Showtime!

This is it!  The first half is over, the players are heading into the locker room, and the crew is out setting up the stage.  An announcement is made, probably by some really tense person with a bullhorn, that it’s time to head out.  You and the rest of your crew bolt onto the field with hundreds of others to the cheers of over fifty thousand people.  You each take up different positions apart from one another in the stage area, and the show starts.  The halftime show is always around fifteen minutes long, so let’s be nice and allow the band a couple of songs before we become the focus of the show, shall we?

The Moment

So much can go wrong when you’ve planned out a prank.  But somehow you’ve made it onto the field, the halftime show is in full-effect, and no one is paying attention to you.  This is exactly what you hoped for.   Now, kneel down,  take the lighter out of your shoe and the collapsible floating lantern out from under your shirt.  Yes, one of those paper lanterns that you light at the bottom like a hot air balloon.  From the time you light the burnable patch to when the balloon achieves liftoff we’re talking about a minute.  If you’re lucky, the lantern launches.  If you’re unlucky, you get tackled by security and are an embarrassment to your family as you’re dragged off the field.  If you’re super unlucky, one of the military snipers on the roof shoots you.  But let’s think positively.  The five lanterns you and your friends have successfully launched are now floating slowly into the sky.  Congrats!

Floating Lanterns

“Wait?!  That’s it?”, you’re shouting at me.  “Stupid floating lanterns?  How is that cool?” Because you can also write on those lanterns before getting to the stadium, duh. Your message will be seen by one million viewers.  What do you want it to say to the world?  This is your chance!  “Donate to the Humane Society?”  “Will you go out with me, (insert name here)?”  “Be nice to each other.”   Or if you want to be my best friend, “Read DON’T GET CAUGHT!” 

The Aftermath

Look, there’s no getting around it, you’re going to get arrested.  There are too many cameras in that stadium and someone’s going to have you on video.  So yeah, we’re talking fingerprints, mugshot, angry parents, the whole deal.  But, and I’m not a lawyer but I’ve seen a lot of episodes of Law and Order, I’m pretty sure you’re only looking at a fine and maybe some community service, especially if you get a judge with a sense of humor and you play the “Gee, I was just having fun and no one got hurt” card.  And in a perfect world, you achieve some sort of cult status and get to appear on Jimmy Kimmel or Good Morning America and soon the celebrity of your choice is inviting you out to LA or New York to be their best friend.  One can only hope.

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And one final time–Remember, don’t do this!  It’s a terrible, terrible idea that will not work!

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So, I guess my heist plans will have to be put on hold as Kurt did not play along nor give me any ideas. I am also pretty disappointed that his Super Bowl prank didn’t involve getting Carly Rae Jepsen to perform in the halftime show. Sigh. Now if I were to do this prank, I’d somehow make sure Carly performed and if I were unable to do that, I would fill these floating lanterns with notes about Carly’s wonderfulness and all would be right in the world.

However, in regards to this prank who wouldn’t want to be on a talk show all over tv and then being asked to be a celeb’s best friend? Can I pick Carly? She’s not exactly a celebrity because she’s very unappreciated as well as a singer, but I can dream as well as hope, right?

P.S. I kept having Boy Meets World and Carly Rae Jepsen  vine flashbacks.

Thank you for that entertaining post, Kurt! And happy book release month!


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If you’d like to find out more about Kurt:

Kurt Dinan is a high school English teacher living in Cincinnati. His debut novel, DON’T GET CAUGHT, will be released in April of 2016. He is represented by Kerry Sparks of LGR.

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The giveaway! It ends in six days! 

Also, it’s U.S. only, I’m sorry International people. 


 

Here are the other blogs on the blog tour, so check those posts out. 🙂

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Guest Post: Jenny Manzer and Giveaway

Save Me Kurt Cobain Blog Tour

Hi everyone! I am so happy to be a part of the Irish Banana blog tour for Save, Me Kurt Cobain by Jenny Manzer. I’ll be sharing a guest post from her which I am really excited about! First though, I’m going to share some information about the book, which was published this past Tuesday (March 8).

Save Me Kurt CobainSave Me, Kurt Cobain by Jenny Manzer

Published By: Delacorte Press on March 8th, 2016

Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult

Themes: Family, Coming of Age

Pages: 272

Goodreads Summary:

What if you discovered that Kurt Cobain is not only alive, but might be your real father?

Nico Cavan has been adrift since her mother vanished when she was four—maternal abandonment isn’t exactly something you can just get over. Staying invisible at school is how she copes—that and listening to alt music and summoning spirits on the Ouija board with her best friend and co-conspirator in sarcasm, Obe. But when a chance discovery opens a window onto her mom’s wild past, it sparks an idea in her brain that takes hold and won’t let go.

On a ferry departing Seattle, Nico encounters a slight blond guy with piercing blue eyes wearing a hooded jacket. Something in her heart tells her that this feeling she has might actually be the truth, so she follows him to a remote cabin in the Pacific Northwest. When she is stranded there by a winter storm, fear and darkness collide, and the only one who can save Nico might just be herself.

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~Guest Post Topic~

Since Save Me, Kurt Cobain revolves a bit around the Nirvana singer, Kurt Cobain, I thought I’d ask about a musical guest post. I know music was so important to me when I was in high school, especially Nirvana who I listened to around Nico’s age.

Can you tell me what some of your favorite bands were from when you were an adolescent? How did they influence you and impact your life? Do they have lasting relevancy on you now that you’re an adult?

~Pop Goes My World~

There is a line in my novel, SAVE ME, KURT COBAIN, in which the main character, Nico, finds out that her missing mother, Annalee, liked a lot of the same hard-edged music she does. “She talked softly but liked loud music,” Nico reflects of her mysterious mother, who vanished when Nico was four.

For Nico, and so many teens, music is akin to food. She likely literally couldn’t survive without it, enduring lonely nights when her father is working late. It helps provide a strong connection to her best friend, Obe, who shares her passion for independent music. What is the first thing you do when you like someone? In my high-school days, you made a mixed tape (and later burned a CD). I still see teenaged girls riding the bus together listening to the same jam from one earbud each. Why is music so important when you are discovering who you are? Alternative music is often made by oddballs, unique individuals not built to factory specifications. Hearing and seeing these people producing art shows misfits—there is light at the end of the tunnel. Different can be good. In my generation, you could have been, say, Robert Smith from The Cure. Today you could be Lady Gaga, or even Pink, who, as popular as she is—defies the stereotypical image of female beauty and how to fall in line with expectations.

I have always loved music, and these days I am snacking on all kinds of pop. I am a huge fan of radio (now streamed through my computer). I like the variety and the surprise of not knowing what’s coming next. I enjoy the feeling of listening to the same thing as other people at the same time. I have come to realize that for me, music is a mood-altering drug. Listening to music pulls me into the present, away from the to-do list that grinds away in my brain. I think in high school, I was drawn to music to help define who I was, who I might become, and to reflect how I was feeling at the time. Now, I guess I have largely become who I am—and music lifts my spirits as I walk this road. I could happily forget some bands from my youth—along with much of my wardrobe. (Does anyone else remember the knickers phase?) But there are many songs and bands I could happily listen to today. Here are six songs I liked when I was 16 that I still love today:

1. “Atomic” by Blondie

The band mixed in world beat, reggae, and rap (“Rapture”) years before other pop bands of their ilk. And Debbie Harry, come on! Pop royalty.

2. “Train in Vain” by The Clash

I find it impossible not to be awakened by this anthem, which was already a classic when I discovered it.

3. “Just Can’t Get Enough” By Depeche Mode

Confession: I didn’t wear the leather.

4. “Bizarre Love Triangle” by New Order

Big hair. Lots of synth. The catchiest beat. Don’t worry: synth doesn’t cause cavities.

5. “Save it for Later” by The English Beat

Lots of instruments, including horns of plenty, to pull you to your feet.

6. “Friday I’m in Love” by The Cure

I had an ex-boyfriend who pointed out to me that this wasn’t The Cure’s most complex song. Yeah, okay. But it’s Friday; I’m in love. 

– Jenny Manzer


Thanks for the fantastic guest post, Jenny! Happy release month! We share a bit of musical taste.

Music is really so timeless. Oh gosh, so many good bands up there. I adore The Clash, New Order, and The Cure. I like Depeche Mode too. New Wave was/is so great! Friday I’m In Love is one of my favorite Cure songs, complex or not. 😉 I’ll have to listen to The English Beat too.


Author: Jenny Manzer.

Don’t forget to enter the blog wide giveaway which gives you the option to win one of three finished copies. The giveaway is U.S. and Canada only.


And if you would like to follow the rest of the tour, here it is. 🙂

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Alcohol, Depression and Suicide: A Guest Post by Ann Jacobus

As you may know, last month I read/reviewed Romancing The Dark In The City of Light by Ann Jacobus and I really loved it. RTDiTCoL deals with a character who is an alcoholic, depressed and also suicidal. I felt that Ann portrayed the subjects very well and asked her to do a guest post for my blog on these topics. I hope you find this helpful.

~Alcohol, Depression and Suicide~
Let’s talk about suicide. Please.
If this makes you feel uncomfortable, you’re not alone. It makes most of us feel that way.
Unfortunately, when we’re the ones feeling overwhelmed and suicidal, it may be even harder to talk about.
So we don’t. And it gets worse.
We get high, or drink, because for just a little while it seems to help. Except that we have a way of doing things while high or drunk that make our situation suck even more.
In order to be mentally healthy, ideally we need, in no particular order:
1) good mental health genes and physical health,
2) the love and support of our family and peers,
3) lack of trauma early on or now,
4) lack of early abuse or negligence,
5) strong early attachments,
6) feelings of self worth,
and 7) coping skills for stress and emotional ups and downs that include good diet, regular exercise, communication skills, etc.
If any of the above are missing, let alone several, we’re more at risk for developing mental health issues such as depression, OCD, self-harm, anxiety disorders, and sometimes suicidality—the term for feeling suicidal. If we already suffer from mental illness such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, then the odds of suicidality are much higher.
Some of us are more sensitive to the world than others (like creative types) and are more likely to suffer from depression. But anyone can feel overwhelmed.
When we already feel overwhelmed and then have something happen that throws us into crisis—like a death, or a break-up, or a move—we can begin to feel suicidal. Someone who is contemplating death as a means to escape mental pain, is in a LOT of pain.
If we add alcohol or substance abuse when feeling overwhelmed or worse, when we’re near the breaking point, the chances of a suicide attempt go way up. We need help. Even a little support from our family or friends can make a critical difference.
If you’re worried, ask us, “Are you feeling suicidal?”
You will NOT be putting the idea in our head. If we don’t feel suicidal, we’ll say, “No, I just feel sad and stressed-out,” or “No, I’m just having a crap week.” If we are, it will be a huge relief to say so. “Yes. I’ve been thinking about killing myself.”
LIFELINE offers anonymous help and information—to support anyone. You don’t need to be suicidal
1-800-273-8255 or text “go” to 741 741.
Once we’ve said it aloud, we can talk to a teacher, a doctor, a therapist, a parent. If you can, be there for us. It’s still hard. It’s also pretty simple. We can get help and usually fix it, once we start talking about it.
But you have to talk about it. Thank you.

Romancing The Dark in the City of LightAnn Jacobus is the author of YA thriller ROMANCING THE DARK IN THE CITY OF
LIGHT (St. Martin’s Griffin/Macmillan) that’s about an alcoholic, depressed and
suicidal girl in Paris. She volunteers on a suicide crisis line in San Francisco where
she lives with her family.
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SBPT #8: April and The Places She’ll Read

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Hi everyone! Here is my eighth and final post for the Summer Blogger Promo Tour hosted by Amber and Jessica from The Book Bratz. I am so sorry this is a day late, but I totally forgot until last minute. Anyway, this week’s post is featuring April from Between The Pages and she’ll be talking about the places she’ll read. 🙂 

 “Oh the Places you will Read”
So after talking with Amber, I decided to do a post on the places I like/end up when I read. Honestly I only have a couple. I usually read either while I’m in bed at night or on the couch during the day. These seem to be my most comfortable places to read, whether it’s on my kindle, phone or holding the actual book. It all mostly depends on my mood and if the book is so good I can’t stop reading it. Like my last read: My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick, I started reading it before I fell asleep and then ended up finishing it the next day while sitting on the couch.
A lot of times if I’ve started reading something on my Kindle and don’t take it with me, I will start a new book on my phone or IPad instead of going back upstairs to get my kindle. Sometimes the couch is just too comfy. LOL I also tend to read in the car if someone else is driving and I really want to finish a book.
When I was traveling for work, planes and trains were my choice spots to read. I could almost read an entire book on a flight since most of them where to places in the Midwest and I live on the east coast. Trains also worked because they were a great way to pass the time, especially if the train stopped at every stop between Virginia and wherever I was going.
So those are my favorite places to read. I’d love to hear some of yours.

Thanks for the great post April! If you want to hear more from April, you can visit her blog, follow her on Twitter, follow her on instagram, and follow her on Pinterest.

SBPT #7: Amber and Jessica (The Book Bratz) – This/That

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Hi everyone! Here is my seventh post for the Summer Blogger Promo Tour hosted by Amber and Jessica from The Book Bratz. This week’s post is featuring Amber and Jessica themselves. 🙂 I came up with a similarity type post set up as “If you like this TV show, then try this book”. I hope you all like it.

~This/That~

  • If you like Game of Thrones, then try reading this bookSiren’s Fury by Mary Weber – I haven’t watched GoT yet (I will eventually) and from what I hear it is a high fantasy and very twisted! I think The Storm Siren trilogy would go pretty well with this. 
  • If you like Orphan Black, then try reading this bookPerfected by Kate Jarvik Birch – Orphan Black is about genetically modified clones and Perfected is about Genetically modified people. 
  • If you like Pretty Little Liars, then try reading this bookThe Lying Game by Sara Shepard – it’s the same author and it’s another great rich-girl-gets-murdered story!
  • If you like The Fault in Our Stars, then try reading this bookMe and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews – It’s another cancer book, but in a whole different way – instead of making you cry the entire time, this book tells the story in a way that has you laughing nonstop.
  • If you like The Bachelorette, then try reading this bookThe Selection by Kiera Cass – It’s the same situation, just reversed – there’s one guy and a whole slew of potential princesses to choose from!
  • If you like Peter Pan, then try reading this bookTiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson – It’s actually the story of Peter Pan BEFORE the story we all know and love starts! Before Peter and Wendy’s paths collided, his heart belonged to another girl – Tiger Lily.
  • If you like science fiction TV shows, then try reading this bookCinder by Marissa Meyer – It’s the epic sci-fi story! It has space, cyborgs, androids – all of that cool stuff!

Here is some more information about them. 🙂 –

Amber and Jessica The Book Bratz

Amber and Jessica are two teenage girls who spend all of their time reading, blogging, and texting (Duh). They’re co-owners of The Book Bratz and the hosts and creators of the Summer Blogger Promo Tour!.
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SBPT #6 – Dana from Danasquare with the A to Z Survey

Hi! This is the sixth week for The Book Bratz’s Summer Blogger Promo Tour.
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Today I have Dana from Dana Square who will be doing the A to Z survey. She found the survey, here

A to Z survey

Author you’ve read the most books from:
Jennifer L. Armentrout with a whopping 16 books. I just adore her fun and fast paced storytelling.

Best Sequel Ever:
Right off the top of my head, Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers. I read Grave Mercy and wasn’t a fan, but Dark Triumph blew me away.

Currently Reading:
I’m currently reading Truly Madly Deeply by Rebecca Serle

Drink of Choice While Reading:
Coffee or water!

Ereader or Physical Book?
I’ll read a book anyway I can get it, but I prefer print.
Fictional Character You Probably Would Have Actually Dated In High School:
I wish I could have had a Levi, from Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell,  in High School.
Glad You Gave This Book A Chance:
Play On by Michelle Smith I hadn’t heard of this one until BEA and I’m so glad that I read it.
Hidden Gem Book:
Madly, Deeply by Erica Crouch
Important Moment in your Reading Life:
When my brother gave me Twilight and told me I had to read it. A night of insomnia made me fall back in love with reading.
Just Finished:
A Million Miles Away by Lara Avery
Kinds of Books You Won’t Read:
I’m not saying I won’t, but I am less likely to pick up voluntarily anything that is non-fiction.
Longest Book You’ve Read:
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon with 896 pages
Major book hangover because of:
Scorched by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Number of Bookcases You Own:
Only 2 tall ones!
One Book You Have Read Multiple Times:
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead! I’ve read it three of four times.
Preferred Place To Read:
In bed!
Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you’ve read:
N/A
Reading Regret:
Never finishing series!
Series You Started And Need To Finish(all books are out in series):
Lux Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Three of your All-Time Favorite Books:
Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K Rowling, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.
Unapologetic Fangirl For:
Jennifer L. Armentrout! I really need to get caught up on all of her books!
Very Excited For This Release More Than All The Others:
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Worst Bookish Habit:
I start a lot of books and never finish them. Different from DNF more of I forgot I was reading this sort of thing.
X Marks The Spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book:
Uninvited by Sophie Jordan
Your latest book purchase:
Reflected In You by Sylvia Day also the last book in the series, but it hasn’t arrived yet.
ZZZ-snatcher book (last book that kept you up WAY late):
Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry I was up until 2am reading this!

This is a great survey, I’ll have to look into it sometime. 🙂

If you’d like to see more of Dana (that doesn’t sound creepy at all):

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SBPT #5: Milly with the Seven Deadly Sins Tag

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Hi everyone. This is my fourth post for the Summer Blogger Promo Tour hosted by Amber and Jessica at The Book Bratz. This week I have Milly of The YA’s Nightstand. She’ll be doing the Seven Deadly Sins tag. 🙂

~Greed~ What is your most inexpensive book? What is your most expensive book?~
Well that’s a hard one being as I get 90% of my books for review so they’re kinda free. But If I went with my favourite book I’ve had sent to me it would have to be The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich. It’s insanely brilliant and had me guessing all the way through.. still don’t know what I think happened and it’s guiense.
The Dead House
Most expensive is probably my limited edition copy of Jane Eyre I got from waterstones it’s so pretty!!!
Jane_Eyre
~Wrath~ What author do you have a love/hate relationship with?~
That’s a list and a half! George R.R. Martin for two reasons… 1. He takes so damn long to write a book, I mean at this rate he wont even get the chance to finish the series. 2. Okay so I love the books, I do, but all that characters are so tiring. It was fine with the first few books but as he went on he introduced so many more points of view my head hurt!!!
A Song of Ice and Fire Game of Thrones
~Gluttony~ What book have you devoured over and over again with no shame?~
Harry Potter… EVERY. SINGLE. ONE!!!
Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone
~Sloth~ What book have you neglected reading due to laziness?~
The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness… I love this series but this last book is so big!!!! Laziness is the only reason I have for not reading this one.
The Book of Life
~Pride~ What book do you talk about most in order to sound like an intellectual reader?~
I don’t have one… Oops.
~Lust~ What attributes do you find attractive in male characters?~
Tall, dark and handsome to start with. I like a bad boy, someone a little broken that you can see needs someone to help fix them. Normally a character that throughout the story finds redemption because of the main female protagonist. I really do have a thing for the bad boys… I just can’t help it. This Klaus from The Originals personality wise and the looks of Aidan Turner… the world would explode if this happened.
Klaus (The Originals)
~Envy~ What book would you most like to receive as a gift?~
Right now? The new Giovanna Fletcher book, Dream a little Dream.
Dream A Little Dream

Thanks for doing this post Milly. 🙂 
Here’s a bio for Milly:
The names Mily and I’m a total book nerd! I love to read and write and just about anything else you can think of to do with words… and yes that means talking (lots). I started my blog about 18 months ago because I had writers block and wanted to find another outlet for my writing. Currently a student in the UK studying textile design and working my way into the Bridal industry. I have a mild iced coffee addiction and find there’s nothing better than a frappuccino on a hot summers day with a good YA book to read. To find out more about me check out my ramblings on twitter @TheYANightstand

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