Sunday, March 24, 2013

Of Light and Darkness Book 2 Coming soon and Movie

It has been a while since Of Light and Darkness: The Vampire's Daughter came out to the bookshelves in stores and also on the web where we can buy the book as well. The big question that has been flying in everyone's mind: What is wrong with Charlotte?

Last time we saw Charlotte and Valek, they had managed to leave the Regime with their new band of misfits alive. But will Aiden and the Regime seek revenge on the couple? Will Charlotte's scar go away? And most importantly, will Valek and Charlotte be together forever? 

There are so many questions that I am hoping to be answered in the 2nd book. Author Shayne Leighton has brought a lot of attention and many people cannot wait to see what all she has in store for the rest of her book series. I cannot wait to see what she has in store and what will become of Charlotte and Valek. 

The second book is very close to be released to the stores and online as well. If you have never seen the trailer to the movie, you can check it out here. Make sure to follow Shayne Leighton on facebook, twitter, and her website

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

The Lord of the Rings

J.R.R. Tolkien's 50th Anniversary One-Volume
Edition book. This has all 3 books into 1
Many years have passed since 'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy came to theaters and now 'The Hobbit' is getting a lot of attention from the LotR fans once more. When I saw 'The Hobbit' I really liked it because it was very different than LotR. When I was watching the movie, I had remembered that my parents bought me the 50th Anniversary One-Volume Edition of The Lord of the Rings for me. So far I am enjoying the books but there are some sections where I have fallen asleep and have to re-read it again. 

The 'Fellowship of the Ring' is a slow book at first but I promise you that it does get better. While I was reading it I could see where the book was used for the movie. It was really fun to read them and visualize the movie while I was in that particular spot of the book. I am almost finished with 'Fellowship of the Ring' and will be moving on to 'Two Towers'. I cannot wait to see what J.R.R. Tolkien has in that book. This is my first tie actually siting down and reading the books. I have to say, they are really good and those of you who have not ever read them, DO IT!!! It is so worth the time and effort trying to trudge your way through book one but it does get better latter on! 

This trilogy to me so far is at a 3.5 of 5 and I encourage all of you to try and read them as well as 'The Hobbit'.