Follow Me Friday #4

by - Friday, December 09, 2011

Follow Me Friday is a weekly blog hop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Check out their blogs!

Q: Keeping with the Spirit of Giving this season, what book do you think EVERYONE should read and if you could, you would buy it for all of your family and friends?

December is my favourite month of the year! Nothing I love more than exchanging gifts and singing under the Christmas tree. Not to mention unwrapping the gifts underneath my Christmas tree ~coughs~

Throughout this month I have read TONS of good books, but I would really recommend:

I would certainly buy these books for my fellow friends (and force them to read other books rather than only reading Twilight and comics.) and wouldn't mind to receive them as well!

Happy Friday!

Please drop by my blog to join in my first blog tour and first author interview with Cambria Hebert, the author of Masquerade on December 10th!

My review of Masquerade.

Before. Everything was so much better Before. I wasn’t haunted by nightmares, my place at school was secure and my face was flawless. Now, I’m a freak and everything has changed. The worst part is that I can’t remember the night I was sentenced to the shadows. The memory has been stolen from me and I just can’t shake the feeling that someone, something is out there -watching. 

Just when I think I have my life handled, Sam, with his intimidating golden stare and shiver inducing voice, makes me realize that I don’t know anything. He makes me see that my scars don’t matter. That they never mattered. I can’t help but fall for him, completely unknowing that he knows exactly how I got this way. Not knowing he was involved. 


Heven has no idea how closely death stalks her. She has no idea what I have done to keep her alive. I fear the day she learns my secrets, finds out what I really am. But even then I cannot stop, I vow to make things right. Finally her hunter will be hunted, Heaven and Hell, faith and sin will battle, and we will be victorious. But first, Heven must learn to be what she never imagined. I know her strength is there – I feel it. If we are to overcome all odds, she must push past her flaws - her frailties - to become much more.

 Author. Blogger. Latte Sipper. 
Cambria Hebert is an author who wrote her first book at the age of fifteen. It was terrible. But the passion for writing never went away so years later when she opened her laptop and started typing she worked until she wrote a book that she hopes everyone will be as excited about as she is. 

Cambria is obsessed with werewolves and is terrified of chickens (they are creepy!)She is an animal lover that would choose coffee over food and her favorite TV show is the Vampire Diaries (Hell-O Damon!) 

Please visit her blog at
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  1. Ah, Masquerade was great. Just stopping by. :)

    Happy Friday!


  2. I haven't read any of those books but I'll have to give them a try. I'm a new follower.

  3. Hopping through. I still need to read Divergent. I have the book but haven't gotten to it yet.
    My Hop

  4. I haven't read any of the books on your list, but there are a few that are on my to read list. Thanks for the follow, following back:)

  5. What a wonderful selection of books. So many good books came out. New follower. Come visit me as well.

    Livre De Amour-Books of Love

  6. new follower :)

    Great choices of books! They all are awesome :)

    Happy Friday and check out my follow Friday!

  7. Hopping through. All amazing gifting choices.
    Following via GFC.
    My Follow Friday

  8. Divergent was great. I'd definitely recommend it too. Thanks for becoming a follower of my site. I'm now following you back and look forward to visiting again.

    The Scarf Princess

  9. I promised a couple of fellow book bloggers I wouldn’t “machine gun” my Follow Friday posts on the blogs I visit but this week’s Follow Friday has inspired me to make an important exception.

    The book I think everyone should read is a work of non-fiction called The Four Hour Workweek. The thing is, the book is very well written and entertaining so it reads like a work of fiction. What the book can do to enhance your life and change the way you live day by day seems unbelievable on its face which might mark it a legitimate work of fiction for the skeptics out there.

    If you read this work of non-fiction and really follow the advice it gives and apply the insights you’ll gain, your life will read like a modern tale fairytale.

    I encourage, implore and even insist you follow me back to my book blog so you can find out why I think EVERYONE should read The Four Hour Workweek –


    Howard Sherman

  10. I'm reading Divergent right now! It's been on a lot of lists today - I'm loving it so far. And Forbidden was so good - really intense.
    Happy #FF and Happy Reading!
    Megan @ Read It, See It

  11. Great choices! I'm very looking forward to reading Forbidden. It's been sitting on my shelves for about a month.
    New follower!
    My Follow Friday

  12. Great picks I'm on the Masquerade tour and Cambria is wonderful! <3

    Xpresso Reads

  13. I was going to put Forbidden on my list! One of my favorite books of 2011. Hope you have a great weekend!

    Ladybug Storytime

    New follower :)

  14. Oh, great choices. I can't wait to read Divergent, it seems like such an amazing book. ^^

    Also a new follower here, have a nice day!
    Aleksandra @ My Bookshelves.

  15. Hi!

    Thanks for stopping by the blog! As you saw, I also chose Divergent! Wonderful book. Still need to read all the others but they sound great!

    Old follower :)

    Reading is my cup of tea


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