Trailer Tuesday: Dororthy Must Die by Danielle Paige

Everyone knows the story of the Wizard of Oz. Danielle Paige’s novel offers a new twist on the classic tale. The graphics in this trailer are really cool, and I really think help to capture the darker, a bit more twisted atmosphere of the book. The voiceover does a great job of summing up the book. I liked Dorothy Must Die and I think this trailer is a good representation of the what the book is about.

Trailer Tuesday: Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray

For this week’s Trailer Tuesday, I’m kicking it old school. Okay, not really old school. This week i’m throwing it a few years back with the trailer for the final book in one my favorite series: Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray, the last book in the Gemma Doyle series. It’s been 6 years since this book’s release and I’m still not over some of the things Libba Bray did that book (re:KARTIK!)

While this book trailer does not fully capture the awesomeness that is this series, it definitely stirred up my desire to reread the entire thing. If you’ve never read the Gemma Doyle series, I suggest you check it out ASAP.

Trailer Tuesday: Conversion by Katherine Howe

First off, I want to apologize for the lack of posts this week. It’s been a busy week for me, so I haven’t really had time to sit down and write. ANY WAYS, back to this post. So this week on Trailer Tuesday, I have the trailer for Conversion by Katherine Howe, which came out today! (Yay!)

I only saw this trailer recently and it has made me even more excited for this book. I love that it is set in Danvers, Massachusetts (I’ve been there!). I really like this trailer, especially with how it starts off as a news reporter. Definitely an interesting lead in! 
Check out the trailer below and check out Conversion available now!

Waiting on Wednesday (97) – Mortal Gods by Kendare Blake

Mortal Gods (Goddess War, #2)
Mortal Gods
(Goddess War #2)

Kendare Blake
Publisher: Orchard Books 
To be release: September 1, 2014
Summary (from Goodreads):

Ares, God of War, is leading the other dying gods into battle. Which is just fine with Athena. She’s ready to wage a war of her own, and she’s never liked him anyway. If Athena is lucky, the winning gods will have their immortality restored. If not, at least she’ll have killed the bloody lot of them, and she and Hermes can die in peace.

Cassandra Weaver is a weapon of fate. The girl who kills gods. But all she wants is for the god she loved and lost to return to life. If she can’t have that, then the other gods will burn, starting with his murderer, Aphrodite.

The alliance between Cassandra and Athena is fragile. Cassandra suspects Athena lacks the will to truly kill her own family. And Athena fears that Cassandra’s hate will get them ALL killed.

The war takes them across the globe, searching for lost gods, old enemies, and Achilles, the greatest warrior the world has ever seen. As the struggle escalates, Athena and Cassandra must find a way to work together. Because if they can’t, fates far worse than death await.

I have been dying to read this book for ages! I loved Antigoddes, the first book in the series. I think it’s a great retelling of the Greek myths and I cannot wait to see what happens next. Kendare Blake writing is fantastic and I know she won’t disappoint in this sequel. I’ll be counting down the days to September 1st.

What book are you Waiting on Wednesday for? Let me know! I’m always on the lookout for great new books to read.

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event highlighting exciting upcoming releases. It is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Trailer Tuesday: The Merciless by Danielle Vega

This week’s Trailer Tuesday is featuring The Merciless by Danielle Vega. I haven’t read this book yet, but based on the description and this awesome trailer, I definitely want to pick it up. I love how eerie this trailer is. I cannot wait to pick up this book to see how well it fits its trailer.

Have you guys seen any book trailers you loved this week? Let me know in the comments!

Trailer Tuesday: Pawn by Aimee Carter

So, I don’t know if this a thing or not already, but its something I want to do on my blog. Each Tuesday, I want to share a different book trailer with you guys. A surprising number of books get trailers, and I’m always interested to see what the trailer adds to make me want to read a book. I’ve definitely been swayed to read a book based on its trailer.

To kick things off, I’m going to share the book trailer for Pawn by Aimée Carter, as that’s a book I recently just read and reviewed. This trailer doesn’t really add more to the synopsis, but I like that it introduces the society of the world Kitty lives in. I really love the graphic at the end that reveals the book introduction, I think that’s very cool.

This is a trailer I didn’t see before I read the book, but I feel like if I had seen it, I would have picked up Pawn earlier.

What do you think of this trailer?

The "Launch" of the Good Ship Godspeed

Today marks the release of Across the Universe by Beth Revis!! I have previously reviewed Across the Universe and you can read my thoughts about it here. This book is pretty awesome and will draw you in immediately. If you don’t know anything about the book here’s a short summary:
Seventeen-year-old Amy joins her parents as frozen cargo aboard the vast spaceship Godspeed and expects to awaken on a new planet, three hundred years in the future. Never could she have known that her frozen slumber would come to an end fifty years too soon and that she would be thrust into the brave new world of a spaceship that lives by its own rules.
Amy quickly realizes that her awakening was no mere computer malfunction. Someone—one of the few thousand inhabitants of the spaceship—tried to kill her. And if Amy doesn’t do something soon, her parents will be next.
Now, Amy must race to unlock Godspeed’s hidden secrets. But out of her list of murder suspects, there’s only one who matters: Elder, the future leader of the ship and the love she could never have seen coming.
Since today, 1/11/11 is the release of Across the Universe, it’s publisher Penguin Teen is launching an awesome site for the book. When you visit the book’s site (http://www.acrosstheuniversebook.com) you will be able to explore the ship Godspeed, the ship where the action of Across the Universe takes place. I suggest you explore the ship and search around, who knows what secrets you might find on the Godspeed. 

In the video below, author Beth Revis talks about Across the Universe  and explains more about the good ship Godspeed.

Along with the awesome website for Across the Universe, i09 will be hosting an exclusive 111 page excerpt from Across the Universe. But hurry up and read this excerpt because it will only be available for a short amount of time. This 111 page excerpt will be available for 12 hours only, from 11:11am EST until 11:11pm EST on January 11, 2011. Make sure you check it out!

Across the Universe hits shelves today 1/11/11! Buy the book online or visit a book store today and pick up your own copy. Oh and did I mention it has two fabulous covers? Do not forget to go “like” the Across the Universe facebook page where all sorts of cool things occur.

To learn more about the fabulous author, Beth Revis, you can visit her at:

Across the Universe is published by the wonderful people of Penguin Teen. Find them online at:
Check out the beautiful book trailer below!! 

Congratulations to debut author Beth Revis with today’s release of Across the Universe! Don’t forget to pick up your copy and check out my lovely review of Across the Universe today!

Crescendo Trailer

PhotobucketThis Saturday, September 25 at noon EST, Fallen Archangel the official fansite of Hush, Hush will be debuting the trailer for Crescendo. Besides just premiering the trailer, Fallen Archangel also has special treat in store. They will be hosting an ARC giveaway of Crescendo courtesy of Simon and Schuster. There will be TEN ARCs up for grabs, so make sure you visit there site. The contest will be open until Sunday at midnight. Visit fallenarchangel.com to learn more and to check out the trailer!