Monday

It's spOOky Graveyard Week!

It's spooky Graveyard  week here at all All About {n}! All week long I'll have reviews where the setting takes place in a graveyard - some might be re-posts from the previous years - but these titles are all books that can be enjoyed every year around this time. I'll also be posting some great giveaways so be sure to enter quickly because most of them will be week long giveaways only. Also remember that at the end of the week I'll post the link to the participating blog on the Trick or Treat for Books Giveaway that will enter you for the end-of-the-month mega giveaway (here's last week's link) - so make sure that you stick around for that. Enjoy the festivities!

Here's what I plan on reading this week:


Last week I read the following:
- Ghost in the Machine by Patrick Carman
- Reckless by Cornelia Funke 
- Hunger by Jackie Morse Kessler
- A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle

I reviewed the following:
- Skeleton Creek  by Patrick Carman [previously reviewed]
- Ruined: A Ghost Story by Paula Morris [previously reviewed]
- Till Death Do Us Bark: 43 Old Cemetery Road by Kate Klise & M. Sarah Klise [review

I had a hectic weekend - what with my daughter's birthday and all so I never got around to doing my IMM Vlog post or anything.  I also never got around to sending emails for last week's giveaway winners so I'll be doing that today (obviously with extension to respond).  New winners will be posted some time this afternoon.  Tomorrow on Bookcase of the Week we get to see Kristi from The Story Siren's shelves.  So stay tuned because they are drool worthy.     

Happy Reading!

8 comments:

Mary said...

I love the cover of Winter Bloom. Hope it's a good read!

Mrs. DeRaps said...

I love the cover of Rot & Ruin. I need to get a copy before Halloween is over and I'm on to more cheery subject matter. Can't wait to be spOOked!

Heidi V said...

This is going to be interesting week...

Missie said...

Oooooh! Can't wait!

A Musing Mother said...

Funky collection this week! Awesome!

susan said...

Your books this week all look quite interesting. You have good choices. susan L. garysue@dejazzd.com

Danny said...

Torment was awesome, like soo good!
I got Rot & Ruin at the Frankfurt Book Fair and I'm curious to hear what you think of this book!

Michelle said...

I'm looking forward to reading your thoughts on Torment. I posted my review last week. I'm excited to read Rot & Ruin, I picked it up a few weeks back and have heard great things about it.

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