It’s no secret. I adore reading. It’s one of my most favorite things to do. Last year I started a goal to read 100 books in 1 year. I finished my 100th book on December 31st at 11:57pm. Literally. I mostly read Young Adult books. They are perfect for me. I don’t care for overly descriptive sex scenes, and a lot of the adult fiction has about bored me to death. But Young Adult rocks my world! I am 29 years old and a proud YA reader! *pumps fist in the air*
This year my goal is to beat last year’s goal. So, I plan to read 101 books or more. I am well on my way. 60 books read and counting! Whoop!
That said, I decided that I want to let you all know what my favorites are. But instead of just talking about my favorites I am going to see if I can get interviews with the authors as well! This week I have S.L. Naeole the author of the super amazing awesome fantastic GRACE series. I just finished her lastest in the series, Black Halo. Pure awesome! I am actually thinking about re-reading the Grace series again. Her 4th book comes out in tentatively in December (maybe sooner) and it’s called Grace of Day. I CAN NOT wait! I know her 3rd book just came out, but I can’t help but anxiously await the next book in this amazing series.
So! Stay tuned for S.L. Naeole’s interview! She rocks my socks! Hint… she is offering a couple things to give away too! Told you! She is totally AWESOME! :)
Excerpts from “Falling From Grace” by S.L. Naeole (the 1st book in the Grace series)
He looked at me. I closed my eyes, prepared. I took a deep breath, and then… “So we meet again.” I opened my eyes and blinked. Was this the only thing he knew how to say? A face so divine, a mouth so lethal, eyes so deep and mysterious, and when he speaks with that glorious voice that made my legs begin to tremble even harder—not from the bike ride, but from something else altogether—he has nothing new to say?
I’ve been called a freak since I was seven-years-old—since my mom died—but I didn’t do anything that was freakish in any way until yesterday, when I got on your bike and let you invade my mind like a parasitic worm.