Thursday, March 15, 2012

Redemption Day Review

Redemption Day
By Steve O’Brien

About the book:

The protagonist is Nick James, a terrorism analyst who loses his job as a result of the cutback in spending on domestic terror programs. He is one of the government’s experts on the Posse Comitatus, but he is soon framed for the killing of a West Virginia sheriff and put on the run. The Government wants him arrested; the Posse Comitatus wants him dead.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Blog Tours

Here are a few blog tours I am in. Be prepared for some awesome reviews coming up soon.

Book Blog tour for Until Next Time from Tribute Books
April 24,2012

Forgiving Trinity blog    tour

the Half-Faerie Tale- April 1-14, 2012

Forgiving Trinity - Liz Reinhardt

xoxoxo, Samantha

Samantha's IMMM (In My Mailbox Monday)

Hello All,
I am here today with an update for IMM (In My Mailbox) hosted

by the one and only The Story Siren(
and it

is a weekly meme to post the books you have received, bought,

borrowed, traded, ebooks, ARC's, etc from the whole week.

This is one of my favorite Meme's and that's why I try my best to

post this when I can.

So, here is the books I have bought, received, etc for the past two



Perfect- Ellen Hopkins

Bloodlines- Richelle Mead

Perfect Chemistry (Perfect Chemistry #1) by Simone Elkeles
RULES OF ATTRACTION( Perfect Chemistry #2) by Simone Elkeles

and CHAIN REACTION ( Perfect Chemistry #3) by Simone Elkeles

A Million Wishes (The Wishes Series) by DeAnna Felthauser (ebook)
The One You Love (suspense mystery) [Kindle Edition] Paul


Glimpse (Zellie Wells)

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games trilogy book #1) by Susanne


- Ebooks-

Wicked Hungry - Teddy Jacobs

-Won in contests-
Shadows of the Past by Gale Minchew

A Brother's Love by Sandy Wolters

Bess, Nicholas and a Dog Called Bones by Tessa Armytage

Spiritus by Dana Michelle Burnett

Ember - Carol Oates - PDF

Indivisible - Jessica McQuinn

So, I have to say that I have had a good 2 weeks of mail and books to

keep me busy. Please leave a comment if you want and if you follow

me, leave your link and i will follow you also.

I do enjoy reading books and doing reviews. As a kid, learning to read at 3 years old, I was ready for a new book or two in a week and I always kept a mini journal mof what I read, any quotes and pages I liked, and just what I liked about the books I read. It was always very intriqued to get lost in so many different worlds at the same time.

Hope you enjoyed reading reading this IMM. See you next week.

xoxox, Samantha

cross-posted at

The View Review

 The View
By Bryan J. Lyzer

About the book:

From prison, crime boss Red Cabon is arranging the killing of prosecution witnesses with the help of his secret informant.