Sunday, 27 November 2011

The Wishlist Diet #19

*The Wishlist Diet is part of the In My Mailbox meme hosted by The Story Siren*

To Read:


The Dragon's Eye by Dugald Steer
Moondreams by Dean Johnson

To Review:


Lastborn by Rachel Forde

I'm going to read an actual paper book this week! The Dragon's Eye is a spin fiction series of the brilliant Dragonology, published by Templar. If you haven't heard of the Ology books before I suggest you have a look, they are exactly the kind of books I wish I had when I was a kid! Then I'll be back on my Kindle with Moondreams by Dean Johnson.

I'll be posting my review of Lastborn by Rachel Forde on Monday. Rachel is taking part in my December Self Publishing Spotlight so if you are interested in hearing what it's like to self publish a book then stop by on 1st December for a guest post from the author.

It's also time for the November Best of the Bunch Awards so pick your favourite read from November, make an award post and add your link to my Best of the Bunch Award post on 30th November. I'd love to know your hot recommendations from this month!

10 comments:

  1. That cover for Lastborn is seriously freaky!

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  2. Haha! Tell me about it! I promise the content is not all that freaky...

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  3. hahaa, it is kinda freaky! :D
    Thx 4 stopping by my mailbox <3!

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  4. Oh these are all new to me! NIce haul!

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads

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  5. Have't heard of these books, but they look good! I hope that you enjoy your new books!

    Kristina
    Ladybug Storytime

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  6. My brother has read an enjoyed the Dragonology novels, and he assures me that it's an excellent read - so I think you're in for a treat with that one. It's a children's book, but they can be really enjoyable too :)

    Following back from Pen to Paper :)
    See you there again soon!

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  7. These looks awesome! Hope you enjoy all of them, happy reading!

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  8. I haven't heard of any of these, but Moondreams sounds really interesting. :) Have fun reading!

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  9. thanks for stopping by my blog! I agree with Kat, Moondreams sounds really good!

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