I received two books for review this week. I received Hangwire by Adam Christopher from the publisher, and I received GeoCrafts: Travel around the World in 15 Fun-Filled Projects by Harry R Fisher Jr. from the GoodReads First Reads Program.
I received a few books from giveaways in the last two weeks. First, I won Starring in the Movie of My Life by Laurel Osterkamp on Fantasy Is More Fun. Second, I won Commune of Women by Suzan Still on It's All About Books. Finally, I won a book of my choice on Actin' Up With Book from a Holiday #Readathon giveaway. I chose Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened by Allie Brosh.
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell: This is another great story by Rowell. I am a little surprised that this book deals with some difficult family situations. (Eleanor and Park are teenagers and Eleanor's family life isn't great.)
A Dance with Dragons by GRR Martin: The audiobook was available at the library, so I decided to jump on it. I haven't gotten too far into it yet, but I am enjoying it. I am on a Bran chapter, and I always like Bran.
Read This Week
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
I realized that I never did a wrap-up post for the Holiday #Readathon. I did not do well on any of my book goals. I didn't finish one book. I was out and about with friends more often than I thought that weekend. I did participate in the Twitter party, visit five new-to-me blogs, and participate in most of the challenges. I was very fortunate, and I won prizes from Actin' Up With Book, WhoRuBlog, and Fiction State of Mind.