Friday Five

1. First off I want to announce my NO MORE GODDESSES book tour!

Here's week one of my tour stops:

August 5th: Guest blog--
August 7th: Interview-
August 8th: Interview-
August 9th: Review-

There will also be a giveaway:

Winner gets to chose either a Paris or Audrey Hepburn bag with signed copies of both CROSSED OUT and NO MORE GODDESSES.


I'm adding an In-N-Out gift card(Jordan's favorite place to hang)**If there isn't an In-N-Out close to you, let me know what other burger place will work
Either some hoop earrings or a gift card to Claires(Selena's favorite piece of jewelry)
Some bubblegum
$50 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes& Noble (Andrew's favorite places for books on mythology and manga)
A signed copy of Crossed Out and No More Goddesses
Egyptian temp tats
Some fun Audrey Hepburn magnets/buttons

2. Finished reading ENCHANTMENT-an Audrey Hepburn bio:

3. Finished CONSUME:


My YA Books Central review:

Teaser: What worked for me: I loved the premise of cursed individuals being forced to be servants of angels. This eternal sentence is given to humans who kill a holy priest in their life time. They are given the charge to protect humans in holy places.

The turmoil and pain of the gargoyle Luc resonated throughout this novel. His attraction to Ingrid and how he fights against it while his heart tells him otherwise kept my interest. This is kind of like a paranormal Romeo and Juliet story. You can't help but think it might end up bittersweet.

5. Right now reading an amazing YA told from the POV of Frankenstein and the Bride's son:

Blurb: Love can be a real monster.

Sixteen-year-old Boy’s never left home. When you’re the son of Frankenstein’s monster and the Bride, it’s tough to go out in public, unless you want to draw the attention of a torch-wielding mob. And since Boy and his family live in a secret enclave of monsters hidden under Times Square, it’s important they maintain a low profile.

Boy’s only interactions with the world are through the Internet, where he’s a hacker extraordinaire who can hide his hulking body and stitched-together face behind a layer of code. When conflict erupts at home, Boy runs away and embarks on a cross-country road trip with the granddaughters of Jekyll and Hyde, who introduce him to malls and diners, love and heartbreak. But no matter how far Boy runs, he can’t escape his demons—both literal and figurative—until he faces his family once more.

This hilarious, romantic, and wildly imaginative tale redefines what it means to be a monster—and a man

Loving this book SO MUCH!

YA Books Central review coming soon!

**Guilty pleasure:

Going to an Angel's Game tonight. I Goggled the internet for a photo but found most are copyrighted so that means I might take photos and share with you all later!

Here we are at the game!


I've been seeing Man Made Boy all over the internet today. It must be great. Add another one to my TBR.
Lexa Cain said…
I have to admit Man Made Boy sounds very original and fun. Wishing you good luck on the blog tour and huge success with NO MORE GODDESSES! :-)
Jessie Harrell said…
Good luck with your blog tour - those are great prizes! The Beautiful and the Cursed sounds like a book I would really enjoy.
Kim Baccellia said…
Sarah, MAN MADE BOY is an amazing read! I predict it'll be a hit in October!
Kim Baccellia said…
Thanks, Lexa!
Kim Baccellia said…
Jessie, The Beautiful and the Cursed is a historical set in Paris. Love Paris!!! Thanks for stopping by!

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