Last night we ended Utah Book Month with a fun Utah blogger/author party at the park. Thanks to those of you that came! We need to get more of you to be brave and join us next time! It's such a low key casual affair, I'd love for more of you to join us!
We had food, and talked a lot, and swapped some books. We came up with some fun bookish questions to ask each other in order to get to know each other's bookish business. So fun!
|Let the book swap begin!|
|(from left to right)|
Jenni Elyse from Jenni Elyse
Kami from Kami's Library Thoughts
Karena from Discovery Writer
Jessica from Books a True Story
Jessica from The Bluestocking Society
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John, Megan's husband (with baby)
Toto (my daughter)
Heather Ostler (with baby)
Kathy from Read This Instead
Next, I need to give a shout out to Kristen from The Book Monsters who won my First Line's Quiz mini challenge! She got every one right! Here are the answers:
1. They say a witch lives in the old house under the interstate bridge. From House of Ivy and Sorrow by Natalie Whipple
2. The crackle and hiss of the flames devouring our house couldn't block out the screaming and wailing of those who were still alive. From Defy by Sara B. Larson
3. The warehouse was coffin dark. From Dangerous by Shannon Hale
4. I did the unforgivable the day my mother died, and for that I've been punished every moment of my life. From The Shadow Prince by Bree Despain
5. The kidnapper looking down at Naomi held a book of poetry to his chest. From The Breakaway by Michelle Argyle
6. A woodlark sings of heartache. From Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson
7. Eighteen years had passed since Kate Macauley killed her sister. From Longing for Home by Sarah Eden
8. Mrs. Anderson was dead. From I Am Not a Serial Killer by Dan Wells
9. I was lying on the long grass, only distantly aware of my surroundings. From Seers by Heather Frost
10. I once believed that heroes existed only in old men's fables, that evil in the world had triumphed over good, and that love--- a true, unselfish and abiding love--- could only be found in a little girl's imagination. From The Rent Collector by Camron Wright
Congratulations Kristen! I'll be sending you an email!
And finally, here's what I posted that had something to do with Utah Book Month during August, just in case you missed it!
James Dashner Launch Party for Rule of Thoughts
Spotlighting the Orem Library
The Maze Runner Movie
Authors Pick Five: Michelle Argyle
Utah Books I Read This Past Year
Utah Books First Lines Quiz
The World's Strongest Librarian Comes to Book Club
Book Review: The Shadow Prince by Bree Despain
Book Review: Becoming Lady Lockwood by Jennifer Moore
Book Review: Cut Me Free by J.R. Johansson
Book Review: Longing for Home by Sarah M. Eden
Wow! What fun it's been! Now, on to the next project!