Feed My Reader Friday #20

 

FEED MY READER FRIDAY
  • Just put up a post sharing the new ebooks you’ve added to your reader, computer, phone, etc.
  • You can grab the graphic I have on this post, make your own graphic, skip the graphic, whatever works for you.
  • I will put up a post each week that will include a new linky.  The linky will be set as a blog hop so you can grab the code at the bottom of the linky to include with your post IF you want.  These posts will go live on Thursday night so you can stop by on Fridays and link up your post IF you want.

Graphics

Here are a couple of graphics if you don’t want to create your own.

 

It’s still Friday here… at least for a couple more hours. Did you add any new books to your Reader this week? I added quite a few health related titles this week but right now my Kindle is missing so I have no clue what most of them were called.  My week has been consumed by the transition from Blogger to WordPress.  Hopefully I’ll actually have time to READ a book next week.  Here are a couple books I remember adding 🙂

 

This Journal Belongs to Ratchet by Nancy J. Cavanaugh

 

Meet Ratchet, an 11-year-old girl who knows more about spark plugs than sleepovers. Homeschooled by her mechanic-environmentalist dad, and with her mother long dead, Ratchet only wants one thing: to belong.

This is Ratchet’s journal and in its pages are Ratchet’s writings, her poems, and her drawings. Together, they tell Ratchet’s story. It’s a story about trying to make friends, about fighting to save a park, about the memories of her mother, and about her unlikely friendship with a boy. This journal is her sanctuary. And it’s always there for Ratchet when no one else will listen.

 

Pretty Dark Nothing by Heather L. Reid

Quinn is a normal teenager, but for 23 days she has not slept for more than a few minutes at a time. Demons have invaded her dreams, stalking her and whispering of her death. The lack of sleep and crippling fear are ruining her life, and energy drinks and caffeine pills don’t help. Then Quinn dozes off in the school hallway, and Aaron, an amnesiac with psychic ability, accidentally enters her nightmare. Aaron has a secret locked away in his memory that the demons are determined to keep him from discovering. Together, Quinn and Aaron can banish the darkness back to the underworld for good, but the demons will stop at nothing to drive the two apart.

 

Your turn!
What great ebooks have you downloaded recently?
Which of these titles are you likely to read?
Leave a comment on this post or link up to Feed My Reader post on your site.

 



Comments

  1. I have Pretty Dark Nothing too. It sounds like it might be a good read – at least I’m hoping it turns out that way. Thanks for hosing this, Kathy! I hope you get the whole website transition thing finished and that it goes smoothly for you!