I have a few reading apps on my tablet…

Each one serves a purpose. Both Zola and Harper Collins were having great sales. Comixology and Marvel Unlimited are self explanatory. Goodreads and I, well we have to spend more time getting to know one another in this format. IBooks is great for those humble bundle comics and drm free books, but shockingly enough I still like the Kindle App. I did not yet load the Nook app,

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I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review from the publisher.

Oh, Africa! takes readers to places they’ve never been–on the sets of 1920s New York-based films and halfway across the world to the mysterious and exciting ‘dark continent’ and showcases characters to perfection.

Twins Micah and Izzy have been making pictures for years–it’s a perfect match, as Micah gets to call the shots as director and Izzy gets to frame the shots as the cameraman.

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Each Monday, Sheila from Book Journey asks ‘What are you Reading?’

It’s a great community over there, and has made me follow quite a few people–but in the hopes of getting more followers, I am going to participate–well, that’s half-true. Mostly I really want to hear about the amazing things everyone else is reading…

So, without further ado, here’s my Monday Reading list….

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I just heard about The Tackle Your TBR Read-a-Thon, hosted by Wishful Endings.

It’s a great chance to track all the books you need to be reading (let’s cut down the gross amounts of books we have around us, right?).

Each day I’ll be tracking:

What I read today:
Today’s finished books:
Total number of finished books:
Titles of finished books:

You can sign up with a blog,

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Whoa, I went shopping! Literally shopping, I wanted to get a few things that had been calling my name for a bit.

2 Murder She Wrote Books (newest ones), 2 Castle books (the first two) and then the first two in the Meg series by Steve Alten (Mr. AlwaysReiding wants to read the last four).

It was nice to go into a bookstore for a change…

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Note, I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review from Entagled Publishing.

An orphan child runs around town, dodging the law while trying to secure its next meal, branded a street rat. Sure, it may sound like a take on Disney’s Aladdin, but The Girl and the Clockwork Cat by Nikki McCormack places this strong girl in the midst of a murder mystery in a Steampunk world where trust is even more precious than the tin used as currency.

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