Hi everyone, and happy Sunday! We hope everyone is staying cool in this crazy stupid heat!
Hunger Games Pretties:
Yeah, we know you’ve probably seen all the awesome new shiny poster (HERE), but have you taken the time to scour the official movie Facebook page? All of the tributes are up, side by side, and it’s pretty cool! Check it out.
Comic Con SD:
So, this year we aren’t at CCSD (BOO!). But that doesn’t mean we aren’t keeping abreast of all the news coming out of San Diego. Take, for example, this awesome promo shot of Hawkeye.
HOLY CRAP. Cannot wait.
Of course, the level of excitement for Hawkeye is easily dwarfed by our level of excitement for The Walking Dead season 2! Even if the series has almost completely broken with the comics, who cares?! It looks fantastic.
This Week on The Book Smugglers:
On Monday, Ana reviews YA paranormal novel The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab.
Tuesday, Thea does her review of another YA urban fantasy-style novel with Wildefire by Karsten Knight.
On Wednesday, Thea’s back with a review of Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day by Ben Loory, a collection of very strange, yet satisfying short stories. Later in the day, she’s back with a review of Eat Slay Love by Jesse Petersen (come on, you knew she’d have to finish the series!).
Thursday, Thea takes over again with a review of one of her most highly anticipated novels of the year, Working Stiff, the first in a brand new UF series from Book Smuggler favorite author Rachel Caine – plus, we’ll have a giveaway.
On Friday, we close the week out with a joint review of Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore.
It’s another busy one! Until Monday, we remain…