Friday, April 30, 2010

April Summary

April Summary 

  1. Asking for Trouble by Sandra Byrd - read 4/6 - rating 4.5/5.0
  2. Sworn to Protect by DiAnn Mills - read 4/8
  3. A Most Improper Magick - read 4/10
  4. White Cat by Holly Black - read 4/10
  5. Double Love by Francine Pascal - read 4/11
  6. Forget Me Not by Vicki Hinze - read 4/15 
  7. Too Close to Home by Lynette Eason - read 4/17
  8. True Blue by David Baldacci - read 4/18
  9. Hush by Kate White - read 4/20
  10. Love Will Keep Us Together by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt - read 4/21
  11. Flaherty's Crossing by Kaylin McFerrin - read 4/22
  12. Secrets of the Playboy's Bride by Leanne Banks - read 4/24
  13. Caught by Harlan Coben - read 4/25
  14. Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves - read 4/30 
Review books:10
Library Books: 2

Books from my bookshelf: 2

Progress in Challenges: 
So how was your reading month?

Want to check out what others read in April - check out Mr. Linky at Alaine - Queen of Happy Endings Month in Review post .



It's time for another winners post.  I had several giveaways end over the last few days so here goes.

For the National Library Week giveaway, the winner is:

Thanks to everyone who commented on this one - I loved seeing how each of you love the library and now I don't feel alone with the amount of books I request and check out.

For My Own Personal Soap Opera by Libby Malin, the winners are:
Helen Kiker (already won at another site)
Cheryl F
Freda Mans

For The Darcy Cousins by Monica Fairview, the winners are:

Beautiful People by Wendy Holden, the winners are:
Simply Stacie

Stay tuned for more giveaways in the coming weeks.

Giveaway: PACE: The 12-Minute Fitness Revolution by Al Sears, MD

PACE: The 12-minute Fitness Revolution by Al Sears, MD
Publisher:Wellness Research and Consulting
Publish Date: February 1, 2010
Paperback,  298 pages

About the Book:

PACE is the only doctor-designed program proven to help you reclaim a young, lean and effortlessly energetic body in as little as twelve minutes - guaranteed! PACE is a growing revolution. It's already practised by thousands of people in dozens of countries around the world. PACE overturns years of failed ideas and exercise advice. "PACE" upends current exercise trends by revealing their flaws and offering a more effective, more natural way of moving our bodies. This book will show you how to replace the flawed and ineffective theories the have been mistakenly accepted without proof with what really works. Join the PACE revolution and your body will soon become naturally strong and resilient. You'll join the cutting-edge group of thousands who now feel energised, motivated, and ready to take on any challenge. And the best news is that joining the PACE revolution takes on average only twelve minutes per day. PACE is the only doctor-designed program proven to help you reclaim a young, lean and energetic body in as little as 12 minutes - guaranteed!

Megan Renart of Phenix & Phenix Literary Publicists is giving away 2 copies of PACE: The 12-minute Fitness Revolution by Al Sears, MD to the readers of this blog. Simply comment to enter.  Additional entries for following (rss, email, blogger, networked blogs, etc.), tweeting (1 per day), posting on your blog (sidebar is fine).  Please comment for each entry - it makes the accounting easier.   Giveaway open to US/Canada only, no PO boxes.  Don't worry if you are first or last - I'm starting to randomize all entries before using to draw a number - so it's more like drawing a name out of a hat.  Giveaway runs through May 10, 2010.