Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Dreaming of Summer Giveaway HOP (INT) : Win NEW GIRL

With winter upon us, let's warm up by sharing some of our favorite beach/summer reads!

November 27th to December 2nd

So, this is what we are giving, i'm sure you all will enjoy it as I did. (check my review here)

1. There will be only One Winner. 
2. Winner will be informed via email and *must* reply within 48 hours else I won't have a choice but to select another winner. 
3. All entries would be verified. 
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Sunday, 25 November 2012

Owl Post #4 [October & November]

Guys, today I'm doing something new on my blog....been coming on for a long time. This meme, called Owl Post is created by Brodie of Eleusinian Mysteries inspired by In My Mailbox by The Story Siren. Been meaning to do this since forever and I just love this idea. I'm being a Ravenclaw since at the age of eleven and couldn't seem to remember to do this....kudos to Brodie for thinking about this!

Before you all proceed further, let me make something clear:-

1. Just like my IMM posts, this will not be done every Sunday but on the last Sunday of each month... the reason why you'll see a lot more books in here than normal.
2. This first Owl Post will have all the books that I received in October & November.
3. Also it will feature a list of recap link at the bottom of the page, which enlists all the review, interviews and tour posts I have done that particular month. Now I expect you all to visit each link and give out a comment here and there(would very much appreciate it) and you all can link your reviews too, i'd love to comment.
4. You are all welcome to share what you all got in the comment section below....i'd love to visit....

For Review



From Author


My Birthday Gift


Recap Links

Friday, 23 November 2012


Le' Grande Codex is proud to present the last tour spot for James Strait's book DÉJÀ VU ALL OVER AGAIN.

About the Author:-

James Strait’s professional career began as a Special Forces soldier, where he demonstrated youthful tenacity and versatility by becoming the youngest recruit to graduate Special Forces Training Group.

After the military he enjoyed a thirty-year career as a professional pilot flying over one hundred different types and categories of airplanes. In parallel, Mr. Strait operated a small business providing a variety of services to civilian companies and the military.

After retirement from professional aviation, Mr. Strait transitioned into broadcast radio where he has hosted “Strait Talks” radio since 2006. He began his professional writing career with the release of “Weird Missouri”, in 2008. His most recent book, “Déjà vu All Over Again” is an action adventure novel taking place in the final 57 hours prior to the calendar turning 12-21-2012.

His future projects involve the release of his third book, “Thomas Jefferson is Missing”.

About the Book:-

IT HAD LONG BEEN DEBATED THAT THE END OF DAYS FOR PLANET EARTH WAS SET IN CONCRETE AS DECEMBER 21, 2012. Mathematical savant Ana Christensen was merely following her instincts when working a theorem in a direction and style that could have never been accepted by traditional mathematicians. As a result she stumbled upon an ancient Mayan creation, a time loop beginning in 3114BC and ending on the long contested twenty first century date. In a dynamic race against time, Ana and her male compatriot battle the forces of individual evil, bureaucracy, paramilitary mercenaries, and most powerful of all…destiny.


It is an honor to review this book. But I wanna tell you guys......WOW.....Amazing book Mr. James Strait. End of the World - The end of the Mayan calendar - We have seen so many theories out there that eludes to the fast approaching end of days. This book however takes the cake. An amazing rendition. A quick read, fast paced, thrilling, sci-fi saga. Sci-fi......and if you are a science buff like me then what i'm going to tell you guys something amazing.......it contains the goodness of time loops, the Mayan Calendar, Quantum Space.......GOD you can never go wrong with Relativity and Quantum Physics.....

Needs a better cover though.

Thursday, 22 November 2012


Really expected a lot more from this. Presenting Crusher by Niall Leonard.

Here is the summary of the book:

To catch a killer,Finn Maguire may have to become one....Everything changed the day Finn found his father in a pool of blood, bludgeoned to death. His dull, dreary life is turned upside downas he become's the prime suspect. How can he clear his name and find out who hated his dad enough to kill him? Facing danger at every turn, uncovering dark family secrets and braving the seedy London underworld,Finn is about to discover that only the people you trust can really hurt you..

So, I got this book from the publisher for an honest review. And let me tell you....it was an okayish sort of book. Its thriller, has got this worthy-amazing cover that the mood well and the premise and the action from the synopsis sounds very exciting. The lead character comes home one day to find out his dad is murdered and he is a suspect. So, to clear out his name and find out who did the deed, Finn takes matters into his hands. Sounds very interesting don't you think? To my greatest disappointment though this book majorly falls short of the thriller element of things here.

Come to think, I did a little research and found Niall Leonard is the husband of E.L. James (50 Shades trilogy). I did not like her and I did not like 50 Shades, its as simple as that but I actually had high hopes with Leonard's debut and it didn't cut across. I also heard this was a NaNoMoWri product and....it needs a rewrite. The investigation is in no way interesting. Almost throughout the whole of the book Finn is either working, working, working or planning his dad's funeral, doing the mundane of things then right you go, he stumbles upon a trial that might lead to his father's murderer........nah that is totally not how you expect a thriller/suspense book to go by.

The characters also had absolutely no depth at all. The segment with the crime lord felt like just a simple scene put there to keep a dragging story going. Then there is the clue searching part, it is rather put straight forward than I would have actually liked in a thriller/suspense genre. Felt very annoying there. But I still kept at it expecting some good stuffs to reveal soon. Turned out pretty decent though, I still feel this book to be almost like a draft that needs at least one or two polishes.

"Needs work -- Needs lots of work --- Expected more from this"

Genre :      Thriller, Suspense

Publisher: Random House

My Copy via Random House India

Rate:              2/5 (It was Ok)

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

The Iron Druid Chronicles #4.5 Two Ravens and One Crow

Some Iron Druid goodness before I begin the next book Trapped. Presenting The Iron Druid Chronicles #4.5 Two Ravens and One Crow by Kevin Hearne.

Here is the summary of the book:

Atticus O’Sullivan is back in an all-new, action-packed, laugh-out-loud novella from the author of The Iron Druid Chronicles. Two-thousand-year-old Atticus may have outwitted and outfought everyone from Odin to Bacchus, but in this eBook original, he’s about to discover what comes around when you go around messing with gods. Six years into the training of his beautiful apprentice, Granuaile, a large crow swoops down and transforms into none other than the Morrigan, a goddess who insists that Atticus come with her at once. He must leave his apprentice behind, along with his Irish wolfhound, Oberon—and he must also leave his sword. The Morrigan has always taken extreme pleasure in pronouncing the Druid’s mortal danger and imminent doom, so the fact that she won’t reveal the purpose of their journey makes him very nervous. Of course, any time the Celtic Chooser of the Slain drops in unannounced, it’s never good. When she does let slip that she’ll be saving his life in the near future, Atticus is left to wonder . . . will he soon be giving his legions of enemies something to crow about? Includes a preview of Kevin Hearne’s highly anticipated new novel in The Iron Druid Chronicles, Trapped!

Kevin Hearne never disappoints and I think I liked Two Ravens and One Crow better than all the other novellas of the series. This short novella is the bridging gap between Tricked and Trapped. We all know what happened at the end of Tricked. This one bridges the gap and shows the time with Atticus almost off the radar. Keyword there - 'almost'. But a summons from Morrigan is not something you ignore. And it turns out that almost willingly and sometimes rather unwillingly gets himself into another promise to fight alongside the Norse Allfather against Hel's forces. And as always it almost goes downhill with another God hell bent on exacting revenge upon Atticus for the love ones he killed. Exciting as always.

Hearne included everything here and it didn't seem overbearing at all. Their is Oberon's hilarious commentary....and Atticus' 'CARNAL DESIRE' for his apprentice Granuaile.....Oberon's words not mine....and even his rich and long history with mother Earth. And not to mention the action-packed confrontation with the Goddess.......I'm officially on the road to reading Trapped now and totally excited....

"Informative, hilarious, tense, and action packed....A perfect packaged deal from Hearne....raising your CARNAL DESIRE for the next book effectively"

Genre :      Urban Fantasy, Paranormal

Publisher: Del Ray

Rate:             /5 (It was Amazing)

Transcend Time Saga #3 Timeless

This is one book I genuinely liked. Presenting Transcend Time Saga #3 Timeless by Michelle Madow.

Here is the summary of the book:

IT'S A RACE AGAINST TIME. In Remembrance, Lizzie and Drew changed the course of fate so they could be together. In Vengeance, Chelsea set fate back on its original, deadly path. Now, strange things keep happening to Lizzie. Things that are omens of darkness to come. A curse has doomed her to die an early death, just as she did in her past life. To make things worse, even if she can figure out who cast the curse, it's irreversible. There's only one option left for her to save herself. It's crazier than anything she's heard yet, and to do it, she'll need Drew and Chelsea's help. Because to make things right, they must go back to when it all began …

Not a big fan of re-incarnations or insta-love but I liked Remembrance and Vengeance. They were both okay-ish books. While I definitely loved their setting and the prose like writing.....there was always something missing always. The charm of re-incarnated love of lives past was sadly not there. But moving on this (i think) is the final book of the series and I thought it was quite good, still room for some improvement there too.

So, this follows just after Vengeance, now we see what Chelsea wrought upon them all with her curse. Everything as it should be - now that totally spells trouble. When Drew and Lizzie realize the real culprit behind those freak accident - crows colliding with wind shields, winding down fire places when it is burning. Its a race against time to correct the mistakes made in the heat of the moment.

The characters as usual were just there, somehow I still don't feel connected to them at all. But I definitely think Chelsea was an improvement, she wants to rectify what she did in the second book. Then there are those freak accidents, the author should have gone deeper or made them a tad more life threatening then there is the memory guide, there are so many points in this book that needs a polish. But the great thing about this series was the way Ms. Madow cultivated the idea of Taylor Swift's song and made it so much more. Good attempt though. 

"Paranormal consequences and a race against time ----- a good attempt"

Genre :      Young Adult, Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Dreamscape Publishing

My Copy Author

Rate:              3/5 (Liked It)

Saturday, 17 November 2012

Coveted #1 Coveted

Perfect cover but a not so perfect story line. Presenting Coveted #1 Coveted by Shawntelle Madison.

Here is the summary of the book:

SOMETIMES WHAT YOU COVET IS IMPOSSIBLE TO KEEP. For werewolf Natalya Stravinsky, the supernatural is nothing extraordinary. What does seem strange is that she’s stuck in her hometown of South Toms River, New Jersey, the outcast of her pack, selling antiques to finicky magical creatures. Restless and recovering from her split with gorgeous ex-boyfriend, Thorn, Nat finds comfort in an unusual place: her obsessively collected stash of holiday trinkets. But complications pile up faster than her ornaments when Thorn returns home—and the two discover that the spark between them remains intense. Before Nat can sort out their relationship, she must face a more immediate and dangerous problem. Her pack is under attack from the savage Long Island werewolves—and Nat is their first target in a turf war. Nick in a handsome wizard vying for her affection, a therapy group for the anxious and enchanted, and the South Toms River pack leader ready to throw her to the wolves, and it’s enough to give anybody a panic attack. With the stakes as high as the full moon, Nat must summon all of her strength to save her pack and, ultimately, herself.

Full moon, hot and smoldering male werewolf and a beautiful female werewolf with some serious hoarding issues and a tumultuous past. A mixture for a good and an interesting urban fantasy but Madison's Coveted missed the mark by a long shot. With a beautiful cover featuring Thorn and Natalya, Coveted at heart is a very simple tale, the age old territory war, the scheming, the plotting and the killing....A formula that would have won with me but it kept me a little mixed.

Natalya is one hard character to like. At first her hoarding problem seems innocent but sometimes later it becomes plain annoying alongwith her OCD. But instead of being sympathetic to others like, she is judgmental  Not cool. Then there is Thorn, hot and smoldering he may be but it seems chemistry they have is none. Every character especially male seemed underdeveloped. Nick and Nat's chemistry felt much more than with Thorn and that's saying something.

Then there is the reason for the story. Till the end it unclear why the Long Island pack wants Nat. Even when it is explained in a small part still has no major impact on it all. COuld have been much more. Just the action scene at the end....that was what I actually liked. Coveted was character driven with Nat's perspective throughout so I hope Shawntelle Madison will do something better in Kept.

"Werewolves and the full-moon......was expecting a bit more from it"

Genre :      Urban Fantasy, Paranormal

Publisher: Ballantine Books

My Copy Publisher and Netgalley

Rate:              2/5 (It was Ok)

Of Poseidon #1 Of Poseidon

Another tale of water myths. Presenting Of Poseidon #1 Of Poseidon by Anna Banks.

Here is the summary of the book:

Galen is the prince of the Syrena, sent to land to find a girl he's heard can communicate with fish. Emma is on vacation at the beach. When she runs into Galen — literally, ouch! — both teens sense a connection. But it will take several encounters, including a deadly one with a shark, for Galen to be convinced of Emma's gifts. Now, if he can only convince Emma that she holds the key to his kingdom . . . Told from both Emma and Galen's points of view, here is a fish-out-of-water story that sparkles with intrigue, humor, and waves of romance.

It seems I have been reading a lot of books on the mer-folk these days. Anna Banks' Of Poseidon makes quite a mark on it. Twisting the original myth about the Greek water God Poseidon and his son Triton. Mer-folk or called Syrena here are the tight knit group with some strict rules. 

This is the story of the Syrena Prince Galen and the human girl Emma....you will find out what it is about when you read it. Galen is on land to see what is it about this girl that has his human associates in a twist....but there you go Galen himself gets gobsmacked by this porcelain beauty.

So, out of the two characters Galen and Emma I liked Galen much better than the girl. Galen is the stud, the perfect boy for every girl and very forceful when he means to be. GOD IS HE SEXY. On the other hand there is Emma.....definitely did not like her. While she took to the changes in her life in spades but most of the time she felt like a petulant child. She is rather the perfect teenager. 

Then there is the writing, not at all balanced there. The book reaches a conclusion almost a little late than necessary, a little dragged too. I would have loved to have seen a bit more about Poseidon's people in there. But its saving grace is definitely the stellar chemistry between Galen and Emma. Definitely liked the fact that it  was gradual love and not insta-love, would have killed all the fun. I'll give Of Triton a chance too.

"A very different mer-folk..oops......Syrena love strory"

Genre :      Young Adult, Paranormal, Romance

Publisher: Feiwel & Friends

Rate:             /5 (It was Amazing)

Thursday, 15 November 2012


Okay so this is my first giveaway hop.

This is a way to thank your followers not ask them to do things for you.

Hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer.

November 15th to 25th.

So as gratitude i'm giving away an ecopy of the amazing Erin Morgenstern's THE NIGHT CIRCUS (check my review here) because I want you guys to feel as amazing as I felt when I read this beauty. The giveaway will be INT.

The Night Circus

1. There will be only One Winner. 
2. Winner will be informed via email and *must* reply within 48 hours else I won't have a choice but to select another winner. 
3. All entries would be verified. 
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Monday, 12 November 2012

Shadowstorm #1 Blades of Winter

I'm not very knowledgeable as far as alternate history goes but GOD this book just took my breadth away...AMAZING. Presenting Shadowstorm #1 Blades of Winter by G.T. Almasi.

Here is the summary of the book:

In one of the most exciting debuts in years, G. T. Almasi has fused the intricate cat-and-mouse games of a John le Carré novel with the brash style of comic book superheroes to create a kick-ass alternate history that reimagines the Cold War as a clash of spies with biological, chemical, and technological enhancements. Nineteen-year-old Alix Nico, a self-described “million-dollar murder machine,” is a rising star in ExOps, a covert-action agency that aggressively shields the United States from its three great enemies: the Soviet Union, Greater Germany, and the Nationalist Republic of China. Rather than risk another all-out war, the four superpowers have poured their resources into creating superspies known as Levels. Alix is one of the hottest young American Levels. That’s no surprise: Her dad was America’s top Level before he was captured and killed eight years ago. But when an impulsive decision explodes—literally—in her face, Alix uncovers a conspiracy that pushes her to her limits and could upset the global balance of power forever.

The perfect cover and a scintillating synopsis, those were the things that attracted me to this book and the line about it being as alternate history.....and I was sold. From the first page to the last this is a minefield of a book. And impressive is the fact that Mr. Almasi put much work into it to produce such an amazing read....and it is clearly visible as we proceed into the story.

Strong characters and strong settings push this story in the right direction. Alix Nico is the perfect protagonist. The perfect killing machine. This infiltrator is the best one in the field and she knows it. From tumbling down giant building rooftop to leading a merry goose chase against the enemy in the desert country half-dead, to combating the enemy, Alix does it all.

A one woman show, Blades of Winter makes a smoking start to the Showstorm series. G.T. Almasi's world, a different post WWII world, where the countries fought a different form of war altogether. This is a world where Germany won a short termed victory in the war. This is a world that harnessed the science of cloning much before the real time period (our world) did. And it is interesting to see the implications of it from the author's pen. And if you are a fan of James Bond and John le Carré then you should definitely check it out.

"Fast-paced, gadget-savy and informative, packed with the scintillating twist and turns -- perfect blend of James Bond and John le Carré's George Smiley"

Genre :      Fiction, Thriller, Alternate History

Publisher: Del Ray

My Copy Publisher and Netgalley

Rate:              5/5 (It was Amazing)

Alice in Wonderland

I seriously want to to ram my head into the ground and hide forever. Why the Heck did I request this..... Presenting Alice in Wonderland by Raven Gregory, Robert Hill and Jason Embury.

Here is the summary of the book:

The one thing known is that her time spent in a world full of insanity left her a broken adult. However, her courageous will to survive is what ultimately saved humanity. Now the story of Alice's visit into Wonderland is fully revealed and the truth of the terror will be told in full From Raven Gregory, Ralph Tedesco, and Joe Brusha, the minds behind Grimm Fairy Tales and Return To Wonderland, comes the series that Zenescope fans have been waiting for Follow Zenescope back down the rabbit hole and discover a world of madness like you've never seen before.

I liked the story and the concept of it all but I disliked Alice...particularly how they dressed her. Come to think of it, the Alice on the cover is far better dressed than the one we see in the story throughout. The original tale is a favorite and also I love a good re-telling. And let me tell you I really liked the concept of the story, the blood and the gore was fine too....but the characters.....GOD......They were just the sexualized version of the original. It is rather insane to think that any girl would actually like it at all.

The artwork was almost amazing....keyword amazing because of how Alice and the other female characters are displayed. Almost every female character, especially Alice seems to be busting out of her dress the whole time. Everything had a Japanese Adult Manga sort of vibe to it but it still is disgusting. Their original twist also felt messy.

"Made for boys I presume"

Genre :      Fantasy, Graphic Novel

Publisher: Zenescope

My Copy Publisher and Netgalley

Rate:              2/5 (It was Ok)

Friday, 9 November 2012

Lorien Legacies #3 The Rise of Nine

The final battle is drawing closer. Presenting Lorien Legacies #3 The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore.

Here is the summary of the book:

Until the day I met John Smith, Number Four, I'd been on the run alone, hiding and fighting to stay alive. Together, we are much more powerful. But it could only last so long before we had to separate to find the others. . . . I went to Spain to find Seven, and I found even more, including a tenth member of the Garde who escaped from Lorien alive. Ella is younger than the rest of us, but just as brave. Now we're looking for the others--including John. But so are they. They caught Number One in Malaysia.
Number Two in England. And Number Three in Kenya. They caught me in New York--but I escaped. I am Number Six. They want to finish what they started. But they'll have to fight us first.

The battle is drawing ever nearer. After the events of 'the power of six' in here we see Six found Seven and Ten, a bonus for her in Spain along with the Cepan of Ten, Clayton. While Four is with number Nine. The group with Six goes in search of number Eight and the others are ever closer to the enemy than they know of. And the enemy is on Earth, Setrakus Ra himself  is heading the fight and he is one you cannot tarry with. Our Loric heroes get a taste of it when they battle this particular Mog. A battle from which they barely escaped alive. But who amongst them will be Pittacus Lore???

Just like the previous book....another amazing addition. Out of all the new additions to the cast, I definitely loved the titular character Nine. He is very different than all the characters. Free from captivity, this is one character who brought out a lot of emotions from Four/John. Almost acting as a teasing big brother to Four, Nine raised differently deals with things differently. The action is nail biting and adrenaline inducing as ever. Oh I can't wait for the final battle its gonna be EPIC.

"Aliens, Sci-fi, action-packed, flight for good against evil and EPIC fights -- you can't miss it out"

Genre :      Young Adult, Sci-fi

Publisher: HarperCollins

Rate:             /5 (It was Amazing)

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Gone With the Respiration #2 Dearly, Beloved

Dearly, Departed made me root for zombies.....and I still stand with the notion. Presenting Gone With the Respiration #2 Dearly, Beloved by Lia Habel.

Here is the summary of the book:

Can the living coexist with the living dead? That’s the question that has New Victorian society fiercely divided ever since the mysterious plague known as “The Laz” hit the city of New London and turned thousands into walking corpses. But while some of these zombies are mindless monsters, hungry for human flesh, others can still think, speak, reason, and control their ravenous new appetites. Just ask Nora Dearly, the young lady of means who was nearly kidnapped by a band of sinister zombies but valiantly rescued by a dashing young man . . . of the dead variety. Nora and her savior, the young zombie soldier Bram Griswold, fell hopelessly in love. But others feel only fear and loathing for the reanimated dead. Now, as tensions grow between pro- and anti-zombie factions, battle lines are being drawn in the streets. And though Bram is no longer in the New Victorian army, he and his ex-commando zombie comrades are determined to help keep the peace. That means taking a dangerous stand between The Changed, a radical group of sentient zombies fighting for survival, and The Murder, a masked squad of urban guerrillas hellbent on destroying the living dead. But zombies aren’t the only ones in danger: Their living allies are also in The Murder’s crosshairs, and for one vengeful zealot, Nora Dearly is the number one target. As paranoia, prejudice, and terrorist attacks threaten to plunge the city into full-scale war, Nora’s scientist father and his team continue their desperate race to unlock the secrets of “The Laz” and find a cure. But their efforts may be doomed when a mysterious zombie appears bearing an entirely new strain of the virus—and the nation of New Victoria braces for a new wave of the apocalypse. Lia Habel’s spellbinding, suspenseful sequel to Dearly, Departed takes her imaginative mash-up of period romance, futuristic thriller, and zombie drama to a whole new level of innovative and irresistible storytelling.

The conclusion of Dearly, Departed saw the undead being ousted worldwide and it seemed that maybe things will get better. But there is a new complication now. The disease 'Laz' has mutated that the vaccine created to battle it doesn't protect against. Dearly  Beloved clearly and cleverly portrays the idea of the result of consequences. What went on in the first book, the second book shows the results. Very natural too. The zombies are out in the open and now it is about how the living world will deal with this revelation. Some may be sympathetic, some may reject this change but another faction will want want to all out wage a war against this evident change....survival of the fittest applies here as well. Come to think of it, Darwinism applies to almost every facet of life and Lia Habel has done this beautifully.

As usual with the multiple perspectives, 7 to be exact, this book progresses at an advanced pace. Multiple factions have come up with the living and undead parts that want their own motifs to be accepted. Their is 'the changed' and 'the murder', both reeking havoc in the city. Then there are the patient ones, the one with the mutated Laz, something smells fishy there. And then there are Bram and Nora.....Oh! Bram...You HOT piece of undead meat....i'm raving again.....sorry......but to the point at hand, where in book 1 their relationship was free (almost) away from the public eyes but out in the open now it is one relationship that is frowned upon by society. And Micheal.... oh God! He irritated me throughout but his father Lord Allister has a definite bigger role with the virus....but what the hell was that ending supposed to be about......

Habel deftly divided the story cleverly into the factions under the seven perspective. As couples I enjoyed Nora and Bram, I really liked the fact that they are not hopefully of a miracle so they both can be together forever but trying to make up for all the time they have left together. Company Z....or what remained of it was as spunky as ever. Pamela serves the human-almost-link to the living world, reading her chapters brings to light the struggles of the common living citizens during this crises. This book portrays all the colors of life and not just black and white but they grey areas too. And that is what I like about the author, she definitely knows how to weave a plot. An intelligent follow-up it now remains to be seen how that ending......that surreal ending will transcend to the next book.

"Action-packed and Innovative, a clever follow-up to Dearly, Departed"

Genre :      Young Adult, Sci-fi, Dystopia, Romance

Publisher: Del Ray

My Copy Publisher and Netgalley

Rate:              4/5 (Really Liked It)

I'M PARTICIPATING - Great Imaginations: 100,000 Pageviews Mega Massive Giveaway!

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I've reached 100,000 pageviews finally!! Well, I actually reached that milestone earlier this October, but this is the first chance I have had to get a post together.

So I wanted to find a way to thank all the people that have visited my blog, followed my blog, tweeted my links, commented, and everything else since my blog's conception. To take care of this, I've decided to host a mega-massive international giveaway.

So here is how this is going to work.....


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