Friday, June 1, 2012

Interview: Elizabeth Eulberg, author of Take A Bow + GIVEAWAY

I'm honoured to be joined today by the fabulous Elizabeth Eulberg, author of the absolutely breathtaking YA contemporary novel, Take a Bow.
If you missed my review of Take A Bow click here, or simply scroll down a bit (it's the post below this one).

1. Welcome to Bookish, Elizabeth! Thank you so much for being one of the guests during the Contemporary Fiction Month feature! Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself?

Thanks for having me! I'm the author of three (THREE?!?!?) novels, I'm also a huge music lover and karaoke enthusiast. When I'm not pretending to be a rock star, I love to read and go for walks on the beach. Wait, is this a dating profile?

2. I loved reading Take A Bow, it was such a gorgeous, captivating and meaningful read! Would you mind telling us who or what inspired you to write it?

Thanks! My love of music was a huge inspiration for the book. Growing up, I always wanted to go to a performing arts high school as I couldn't imagine anything better than spending all day at school surrounded by music. But there wasn't a performing arts high school near the little town I'm from, so I decided to write a book set in one!

3. What would you say is the most important quality your characters possess?

I think they all have heart, even if one's intentions aren't the best. I also made an effort to make them flawed. Nobody is perfect. Especially one of the characters!

4. What is your favourite and least favourite part of the writing process? 

I love creating a new world and playing "WHAT IF?" to get the plot down. I think my least favorite part is that it can sometimes be a very isolated job. The only way the book is going to be written is if you sit down and write it. But it is the best job in the world, so no complaints!

5. Have you always wanted to be a writer? At what point in your life did you decide that writing is something you want to do?

I've always like telling stories and I wanted to be a musician since I was little. It wasn't until I began working in publishing years ago that I decided to give it a shot. It was very intimidating since I was surrounded
by all these amazing authors and I kept it a secret pretty much until I had a publishing deal!

6. What's on your TBR (To Be Read) list for this summer?

SO many books! Keep Holding On by Susane Colasanti, Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker, Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan, Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley - and that's just for June!

7. Do you have a favourite line/quote from a book or poem?

One of my favorite quotes is from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night: "Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em."

And of course there's "Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them." Not exactly sure where that's from, but I agree with it!

8. What's next in line for you? Are you working on a new book now?

My next novel, Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality, will be coming out next spring. I just started outlining what will be my fifth novel, but too soon to talk about that one!

9. Which three contemporary books would you like to see adapted into motion pictures?

Selfishly, The Lonely Hearts Club. The Gallagher Girl series by Ally Carter and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith.

10. Yearbook Superlatives! If you went to high school with the characters from your novel, who would you vote for?

Most likely to succeed? Carter (at the start of senior year!) and Sophie (at least in HER mind!)
Class clown? Jack
Nicest? Emme
Most school spirit? Ben
Most likely to attend summer school? Ethan
Teachers pet? Emme

Elizabeth, thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to join us here today! I'm looking forward to reading your next books!

About the author:

Elizabeth Eulberg's lifelong love of music inspired Take a Bow. Although she didn't attend a performing arts school, she is currently trying to make up for it in karaoke bars throughout the greater New York area. She is the author of The Lonely Hearts Club and Prom & Prejudice. She lives outside of Manhattan with her three guitars, two keyboards, and one drumstick. For one brief, shining moment in '09, she was chosen as the Guitar Bar of Hoboken's Student of the Week.

For more information about Elizabeth Eulberg and her books, please visit her website: click here.
!!! ~Giveaway~!!!

Scholastic Canada has generously offered to give away one hardcover copy of Take A Bow

I am offering one extra copy for my International readers!

OPEN TO: Canada only + World Wide
Ends: June 30th

To enter: 
Be a follower of this blog, 13 or older, and answer the question:
You learned what's on Elizabeth's summer TBR list, what's on YOURS??? 

Enter via rafflecopter below:

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This Interview + Giveaway was posted as part of the Contemporary Fiction Month feature. Click on the picture for full schedule.


Tiffany Holme said...

Hmmm... I am trying to add contemporary to my reading list but as of now my 100% ae Divergent, Insurgent, Hemlock, my Kailin Gow books, Vicious Deep, Of Poseidon (if I get it lol) and more!! Thank you for another AWESOME giveaway!!

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Emily Blake said...

My TBR is going to include Hemlock, Sweet Evil, Silence, The Peculiars...too many to name. Thanks for the giveaway!! :)

selkiereads said...

Hmm.. right now I have a lot of books from indie authors on queue. I also have Gift, The Shapeshifter's Secret, when you were mine, and Starters on the TBR pile.

Thanks so much for this giveaway!

Farah said...

Totally agree with her there on No. 9. I totally would want to see The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight in motion :D

One of my summer TBR pile would be Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry. Can't wait to read that! :D

Awesome interview and thanks for the giveaway too! :D

Kristen My Bookish Fairy Tale said...

My TBR pile is absolutely huge right now. I have an insane amount of books that are just waiting to be read. Currently on the top is The Soul Screamers series by Rachel Vincent, Anita Blake series by Laurell K Hamilton. Torn and Ascend by Amanda Hocking and the list keeps going

Aleksandra said...

Fun interview! And I loved Where Things Come Back, so I hope she will, too :)

On my summer TBR list are: The Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima, A Witch in Love by Ruth Warburton, Insurgent by Veronica Roth, I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak, Eona by Alison Goodman, Alien Tango by Gini Koch, Seeds of Rebellion by Brandon Mull, Foretold by Jana Oliver, Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake, Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry, etc...
Yeah, I know lots, but most of these have been waiting for me on my shelf & I'm planning to start reading them near the end of June, so just in time for summer ;)

Thanks for the giveaway!!!

Unknown said...

First off, I have to finish the book I'm currently reading, which is Dune. Then I want to finally get around to reading Veronica Roth's Divergent, followed by Insurgent, of course!

Unknown said...

My summer TBR list includes Insurgent, Lost Symbol and Deception point by Dan Brown, Terry Pratchett's Colour of magic, Firestarter and IT by Stephen King, City of Stars by Mary Hoffman etc..
I can't wait to start reading them

Ginemoon said...

My TBR list includes: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, Blaze by Stephen King, Little 15 by Stephanie Saye, Harry Potter (again and again xD) and other books in spanish =)

I liked the interview a lot! was so fresh and with the correct questions...not in boring way but totally funny (sorry for my grammar) =)
best wishes!!

Katy Manck, MLS said...

My summer reading list ranges from Divergent to Ashen Winter by Mike Mullin (an early fall release) - and whatever other ARCs and books show up in the mail! (it's like Christmas sometimes).

Certainly would love to add Take A Bow to that list!

(And I agree that Statistical Probability would make a great movie, Elizabeth)

**Katy M
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Melanie S. said...

On my summer TBR pile are all the books from Jill Shalvis - just got to know her books and now I can't wait to read more.

april_hunter24 said...

I can't wait to read The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead.
Great interview, very interesting.
Thanks for the giveaway !

Angie said...

My Summer reading is mostly going to be books I've won, but haven't had a chance to get to yet: Gone, Gone, Gone, The Story of Us, Anna Dressed in Blood, etc. Also some non-fiction, since I like to science related books when I'm out of school: The Animal Dialogues and Don't Kill the Birthday Girl.

A Soccer Mom's Book Blog said...

My TBR list includes so many of the list is UnMoored

Stephanie said...

I have a really long TBR list for the summer but some of the main ones are: the Graceling trilogy, Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson, and the Lord of the Rings series

Lis said...

I have to read some ARC's that I have since a long time, but in my own TBR list is The Hex Hall series and Linger by Maggie Stiefvater... so, nothing really funny!

Amy said...

Oh Boy, My summer TBR list is massive. Ones that I definitely am reading are Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent, Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake, Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson, The Lost Girl by Sangu Mandanna, and a bunch of others haha!!!

Cathy De Los Santos said...

How amazing would Statistical be as a motion picture, great choice. And that quote, dont' get me wrong I love Shakespeare (I have the collected works) but Boys are Stupid throw rocks at them! Yes!!!! I love the way you think.

Can't wait to read your new book and thanks for the giveaway and a great interview!

Ashley said...

Great interview!! I really, really want to read this book! It's on my wishlist so... fingers crossed ;)

My summer TBR list is so huge! Just a few are The Immortal Rules, Starcrossed, Sweet Evil, etc.

Thanks so much for this giveaway!

Alicia said...

I've been finding myself reading a lot more contemporary YA lately and I'll be adding this to my ever-growing TBR list. As for what's on my list for this summer I just got The Calling by Kelley Armstrong and I can't wait to get my hands on Insurgent and Pandemonium.. AS you can see I'm a little behind!! Thanks for the chance to win Take a Bow!

Anjelica said...

Goodness, there are so many things on my summer TBR list! But first off, I want to start and finish the Mortal Instrument series (which I am almost done with) and also maybe, finally read the Soul Screamer series!!!!

KJ said...

I am so excited to read this book! The interview was lovely! :)

Reading said...

I am just getting my TBR pile together for the summer. I think I am going to read a lot of paranormals.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

M.A.D. said...

Elizabeth is such a wonderful writer!! I LOVE the her book titles, too - especially the upcoming [can't wait] Revenge of the Girl With the Great Personality :D

Ah, so many books are on my summer TBR list - Insurgent, Shatter Me, This is not a Test, ... WAY too many to think of off hand ;D

Thank you for the very sweet giveaway~
Mary DeBorde M.A.D.

Randi M said...

I have over 100 on my "summer reading list," but I know that's a little more than I'll get to. ;) Some are things I want to read for professional development (books I might use in language arts curriculum once I'm teaching full-tim), but some that I'm most excited about include: Incarceron, Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos, Going Bovine, Rot & Ruin, the Grimm Legacy, Inside Out and Back Again, Juniper Berry, Bliss, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, Hide Me Among the Graves, The Difference Between You and Me, Storybound, Stolen: A Letter to my Captor, Ashfall, Seraphina, Gilt, and Wentworth Hall. :)

roxanne s. sukhan said...

On my TBR pile ~ Insurgent/Divergent, completion of the MI series, and beginning the ID series...

aliaa said...

Oh It would be Cinder. I have it but need to finish exams before starting it

Badass Bookie said...

It's winter here in Australia since our seasons are switched around! Haha!

On my TBR pile is Cold Fury, Stormdancer, In Honor, Masque of the Red Death, Temptation and many more! :D

Anonymous said...

I'm another Australian so it's Winter for me too! XD My TBR pile is including The Golden Lily, Rapture, Storm, Until I Die and sooo much more. EEK.

Anonymous said...

I'm another Australian so it's Winter for me too! XD My TBR pile is including The Golden Lily, Rapture, Storm, Until I Die and sooo much more. EEK.

Anonymous said...

I'm another Australian so it's Winter for me too! XD My TBR pile is including The Golden Lily, Rapture, Storm, Until I Die and sooo much more. EEK.

Rebecca said...

*raises hand* Another Aussie too, it's currently winter as you can tell from the previuos 2 comments.

On my TBR list is In Honor, A Midsummer's Nightmare, The Golden Lily, This Is Not A Test, Something Like Normal plus much, much more!!

Evie said...

I really like music and karaoke as well :)
And on my TBR list: Daughter of Smoke and Bone, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords and Crossed.
Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

Gigi said...

I'm my list are all the books by Cassandra Clare and the book #5 and #6 from the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon and book #3 and #4 from The Iron Fey by Julie Kagawa! So I have tons of books to read! Wish me luck! (ileana-rafflecopter)

Anonymous said...

I live in Australia, so it's Winter and not Summer, but I have a bunch of books I want to read over the next few weeks ago my mid-year exams finish. Some at the top of my list are The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead, Darkness Before Dawn by J.A. London, The Selection by Kiera Cass and In Cold Blood by Truman Capote (this is for school, BTW).

Mandy said...

Great interview! I've seen this book around and I'm pretty sure I have it on my TBR list. I'll have to check. If I don't, I definitely have to add it. It sounds beautiful!

Thanks for sharing!

Veronika said...

Awesome interview, it was a great read, thank you! On my TBR pile are: Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent and Onyx by Jennifer L Armentrout.

Horváth Évi said...

My TBR list is infinite. I never reach the end of it. :D But here are a few examples: Soul Screamers, Wake, The Goddess Test, Past Midnight, The Body Finder ........ :)

Mary Preston said...

I have entire series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE by George RR Martin on my TBR list.

Mary Preston said...

Elizabeth your joy just shines through. TAKE A BOW looks fabulous. I wish you well.

Angie said...

I'm planning to read Across the Universe and The Scorpio Races.

Kulsuma said...

Pushing The Limits and Throne of Glass are on my TBR! Cannot wait to read them because they sound epic! I do love me some contemporary:D

Sara In Bookland said...

My TBR list is full of amazing books this summer! I'm looking forward to read CoLS by Cassandra Clare and Forbidden that I've just ordered from The Book Depository!

Life's Simple Pleasures said...

Divergent, Goddess Interrupted, some JD Robb books, LOADS!

SweetShenanigans said...

I'd love to read divergent- my brother told me it was really good! Also on my list is The girl with the dragon tattoo and Persuasion by Jane Austen

Tore923 said...

I have so many books on my TBR list. I want to read Love Story, Statics of Love at First Sight.

Sonia said...

I would LOVE to read all those books on Elizabeth's TBR! :) I haven't gotten to any of them yet.

Haha, love both of those quotes - especially the second one ;) I really wonder where that's from...

And ooh I would LOVE to see all of those movies on the big screen!

Thanks for the fantastic interview and giveaway, Evie! <3


Liss Martz said...

OMG! I love Elizabeth!! The Lonely Hearts Club was great!! I totally devour that book! I'm sure this one is perfect, too! I agree with her quote "Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them" LOL
Thank you for this chance!! She's an amazing author! On my TBR list is this book, of course, Easy by Tammara Webber and Keep Holding On by Susane Colasanti!

Unknown said...

Interesting interview! And Elizabeth is so pretty! :)
I really liked the quote she mentioned by Shakespeare: "Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em." I actually copied the lines and keep it in my laptop notes :) It's so inspiring.

My TBR list for this summer is huge, but I'm going to mention some books that I so want to read this summer: While It Lasts and The Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines, SHINE by Jeri Smith-Ready, Spell Bound by Rachel Hawkins, Anna Dressed In Blood by Kendare Blake, The Immortal Beloved and Darkness Falls by Kate Tiernan, Falling Under and Dreaming Awake by Gwen Hayes, If I Stay and Where She Went by Gayle Forman, What Happened to Goodbye and Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen, The Daughter of Smoke and Bones by Laini Taylor, and the rest of the Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead. I know that's a lot! :P

Thanks so much for this awesome giveaway!

Unknown said...

Interesting interview! And Elizabeth is so pretty! :)
I really liked the quote she mentioned by Shakespeare: "Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em." I actually copied the lines and keep it in my laptop notes :) It's so inspiring.

My TBR list for this summer is huge, but I'm going to mention some books that I so want to read this summer: While It Lasts and The Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines, SHINE by Jeri Smith-Ready, Spell Bound by Rachel Hawkins, Anna Dressed In Blood by Kendare Blake, The Immortal Beloved and Darkness Falls by Kate Tiernan, Falling Under and Dreaming Awake by Gwen Hayes, If I Stay and Where She Went by Gayle Forman, What Happened to Goodbye and Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen, The Daughter of Smoke and Bones by Laini Taylor, and the rest of the Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead. I know that's a lot! :P

Thanks so much for this awesome giveaway!

Filia Oktarina said...

My TBR list was Seduced by the Vampire King, Night Walker, Shadow etc.
Thanks so much for this awesome giveaway!

Doodle said...

So many books on my TBR. I have to read While He Was Away, Wrecked, Hemlock, Something Like Normal, Pushing the Limits, and sooo many more!


Bookish in a Box said...

I would *love* to see The Lonely Hearts Club as a movie; I think it would translate really well to the big screen (although I'd spend the entire time saying, "That's not how it happened in the book!").

My TBR list contains Where I Belong and It's Not Summer Without You, both books that have been out a while but I couldn't get myself to read them over the winter. They need an afternoon in the sun.

melannie (: said...

This is not a test, Such a Rush, My life Next Door, Pushing the Limits and oh so many more!

Summer should be longer! :)

Hannah said...

TONS! So many cute books. Oh lets see...that are summer reads? My life Next Door looks cute. Summer of No Regrests....darker? ENDLESSLY, SHADOW AND la la. I love your contemp month! Way cool!

Unknown said...

Elizabeth seems SO down to earth! I love how she was able to take her passion for music and transform it into a book. I think that could be a bit difficult, but it sounds like she did a great job, according to your review! She also has a GREAT looking TBR list for summer!

Hmm, on my list? A few I'd like to read this summer are: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Wanderlove, Between the Lines, and now, Take a Bow!

Emily said...

Oh, man, my TBR list is ridiculous. I've got The Vicious Deep, Wife 22, Love The One You're With, The Hunger Games and Philosophy, and several others I can't remember off the top of my head.

Thalia Anderson said...

A more accurate question is what ISN'T on my summer TBR list?! I'm starting a June 2012 challenge, and the books on that right now include "The White Glove War", "Edenbrooke", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", "The Two Towers", "Dear John", "The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer", "The Loners", "That Summer", and "The Book of Luke". And that's just June! (:

Markéta said...

Thank you for the interview. Take a Bow looks really great, it´s already on my TBR list. I´m plannig to read Divergent and Across the Universe.

Jerz Bookish Nerd said...

insurgent and midsummer's nightmare

Tiffany Drew said...

My TBR is crazy long, beyond ridiculous! But that's the thing about being a mood reader, I never know what I want to read next and love having a big selection of books at hand to choose from. Among the many are: Insurgent, Gone Girl, Code Name Verity, Legend, Partials, Starters, Revived and many many more. Seriously, I could be here for a week just spouting them off lol. Thank you so much for the opportunity to add this book to my stack. I actually won an ARC months ago and never received it (boo!) so I'm anxious to finally get my hands on it.

Hoot aka Jessy said...

I love the Shakespeare quote. So true.

My TBR pile consists of Thumped, The Selection and Fracture. I would love to have something a little different to read.

Bookie Bee said...

I have a loonng list of TBR for the summer:
Die for me
Grave Mercy
Living Dead girl
Now you see her
The Fault in our stars
The Mockingbirds
Anna and the french kiss
The unbecoming of mara dyer
Love in a torn land
The book of lost fragrances

iLuvReadingTooMuch said...

Elizabeth Eulberg sounds amazing and so sweet :D and obviously, pretty hilarious. Can't wait to read TAKE A BOW :D On my summer TBR list:

>Divergent + Insurgent

along with a ton of other books :P great interview and thanks for the amazing giveaway!


Koll said...

That was some pretty great quotes! :)

Some of the books that are on my summer TBR list are:
Divergent by Veronica Roth
Den sorte blomst by Jacob Weinrich(Danish book - Title directly translated to english would be The Black Flower)
City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
Torn and Ascend by Amanda Hocking
And that is just a few of them! :)

laurafergs said...

Loving Elizabeth's TBR June only list! :-) Will be adding those to my list too.

I've got quite a lot of books on my shelf to read. Going to be taking them all on holiday with me. Black Dawn by Rachel Caine, Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson, Cascade & Torrent both by Lisa Bergren, Insurgent by Veronica Roth, The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa, Shade & Shift by Jeri Smith Ready :-D

Carley L. said...

My TBR list is never-ending. I only recently discovered Goodreads (I know!) and after every book I've been reading lately, I check out the "lists with this book," hence the endless list. My top 5 books that I'd like to read right now are "Take A Bow," "My Life Next Door," "Unraveling," "The Selection," and "Illuminate."

Jen said...

Shut Out
THe Duff
The Summer Series by Jenny Han :)

Kristia said...

In my TBR list I have: The summer trilogy by Jenny Han.
Thank you for the international giveaway :)
Miltiadou Kristia

nurmawati djuhawan said...

my TBR list are :

existence by abbi glines
the goddess test by aimee carter
goddess interrupted by aime carter

thx 4 the giveaway !!! ^^

Aline Tobing said...

Hi Evie, thanks for the giveaway!

My summer TBR list would be Divergent, Insurgent, Delirium, Pandemonium, Hemlock, and oh so many to list here! >.<

Thalia Anderson said...

I agree with her response to #2! As a singer, I could think of nothing more wonderful than just getting to sing and be surrounded by music I love all day long! It might be tiring, but I think it'd be so great!

Thanks for the interview!

Spav said...

I have Shine by Jeri Smith-Ready, Divergent & Insurgent, Chain Reaction by Simone Elkeles and Grave Mercy.

Gaby said...

We'll Always Have Summer (dying to read that one)

Michelle Chew said...

The interview was so fun to read! I love reading author's inspirations for their book.

My TBR: Sweet Evil, Die For Me, Until I Die, Clockwork Prince, Hex Hall and many many more!

Forget the Housework, I'm Reading... said...

That list is long but I'll tell you a few! LOL

I could go on I read a book about every 2 days
Thanks for the giveaway! <3

Unknown said...

I loved reading Prom and Prejudice and The Lonely Heart Club. Her books are always amazing.

Miri said...

This summer, I'll try to go back and read some classics. I've wanted to do this for a long time and already entered a classics challenge, but I haven't had the time to really go into it so far. And as I've been reading a lot of fantasy and dystopian novels latelty, I'm definitely trying to find some time to read more contemporary books. But sadly there are no titles that I can name already. I'm always kind of spontaneous when it comes to reading books.

Laura (All the Word's a Page) said...

I want to finally finish Catching Fire and start Mockingjay. I'm so far behind in the series!

Anonymous said...

Loved the interview! My TBR this summer includes The Selection, Cinder, Divergent, Red Blood Road, The Fault in Our Stars and many more!

Danielle B! said...

I have a HUGE TBR pile! Just to name a few, I really want to read Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley, Shade by Jeri Smith-Ready, Of Poseidon by Anna Banks, The Girl in the Steel Corset (and sequel) by Kady Cross, and so many more! Thanks for the giveaway! :D

Unknown said...

So many! Take A Bow is on there, along with Sweet Evil and Hemlock just to name a couple!

Gaby said...

Can't believe your giving this book away :) I want to read it so bad not only does the summary sound good but the cover is also beautiful.

Unknown said...

Thank u for this awesome giveaway. You're so generous, giving one copy for international fans also. I wish I'm the lucky one ;)

I had read two of Elizabeth's books before. Prom and Prejudice and The Lonely Hearts Club. And I loved those books.
My TBR list are Insurgent, Dearly Departed, Graffiti Moon and One Moment.

Sarika Patkotwar said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
On my Summer TBR, I have Something Like Normal by Trish Doller that I'm so eager to read. :)

Michelle Sedeño said...

Summer trilogy by Jenny Han, Insurgent, Pandemonium, Night School, Rapture, Waiting For You, Exiled and I Heart New York. :)

Unknown said...

My summer TBR list is Across the Universe, Blood Moon, and This is Not a Test.

FairyWhispers said...

actually The Fault in our Stars by John Green, but I don't know when I can get time to read it yet.

Gabrielly said...

Insurgent, Immortal Rules, Behemoth and so many others..

Kristie said...

One of my summer reads is going to be The Catastrophic History of You and Me.

FireStarBooks said...

Jenny Han's novels.

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