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3.27.2011

Week-end Wrap Up





To sum up the Vlog...quickly. Fun contests this week all a part of the Paranormal Spring Break. Don't forget to go enter those!
Thank you to Tynga for helping me out with this whole Paranormal Spring Break thing...she is the master mind behind the whole thing. I never would have expected the crazy author, reader, publisher participation -- so thank you to everyone!

Mailbox Happiness for PJV:

Clarity by Kim Harrington
Invincible: The Chronicles of Nick by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Blood Rights (House of Comarré) Kristen Painter
The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper (giveaway today!!)
The Darkest Secret by Gena Showalter (Giveaway April 1)
One Hundred Candles by Mara Purnhagen
Aftertime by Sophie Littlefield
Shimmer by Alyson Noël
American Vampire by Jennifer Armintrout

Announcements:
PJ has been asked to be a part of the Amazon Vine program so review acceptance will be greatly impacted. For this reason, I'm opening up the blog for associate reviewer positions. I'm taking this very seriously. I'm a stickler for a bit of order and I like things a certain way. This blog is my baby and I've put off doing this for awhile. But, now I think I need to. 


Applicants should meet the following requirements:
  1. Not have their own blog, or at least not a full-time blogger. 
  2. Live in the US - to cut down on shipping purposes
  3. Be very open to eBooks
  4. Fan of Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy, but also open to reading/reviewing Science Fiction, Horror, Young Adult, Dystopian and erotica (everything, I don't want to do a pick and choose)
  5. Can write a great review, with just enough snark but happiness all rolled into it! ;)
Email me at parajunkee at gmail.com

Also...guess who's birthday is on the 30th of this month. Ugh, I'm going to be 33!!! I'm dying my hair pink. Ok, just a stripe.

I think that is it. Have a wonderful Sunday folks! XOXO



11 comments:

Maria Zannini said...

Early happy birthday! I'm not surprised you're an Aries. LOL! My b-day is tomorrow--and I only wish I was 33. :grin:

Have a great week!

Tynga said...

Great VLog, Great books!
Congrats on the Amazon vine program and good look with your search! I am lucky enough to have met the amazing Lucy from Moonlight Gleam who lives in my area and help me with my revies! <3 her
And you're very welcome! I was really glad you joined me for PSB I couldn't have done it alone! Thank you!

Jennifer said...

Happy early birthday! I have to admit, someone told me that my 30s would be the best time of my life. Shockingly, they've been right!
I'll have to research the Amazon Vine program, I've only started hearing about it recently.

Cialina at Muggle-Born.net said...

Oh I hope you find an associate reviewer that fits your qualifications! :) Congrats on the Amazon Vine program.


Happy early birthday as well. :) You and my best friend have the same birthday.

ParaJunkee said...

@Maria - Happy Birthday! Fellow Aries Unite! LOL Does that compulsiveness show through? Urgh. 33, I know I should still be feeling young, but as the kid gets older and my baby brothers are having their own babies and taking over the world one country at a time, I'm feeling old. ;)

@Tynga - TY chick. You are very lucky to have Lucy.

@Jennifer - Thank you! They are good, they are settled, you know, no more crazy drama and intense emotional upheavals, LOL. I just get to have fun when I want, and work my butt off the rest of the time. ;) There is not a ton of stuff out there about it. It is just amazon's program. I know you definitely increase your chances of getting on the program by posting your reviews on their site.

@Cialina - thank you. I hope so too...I feel like I'm being to crazy about it though. Thanks for the birthday wishes - it's a good day. March and October are the best months in NOLA - I milk it.

Anonymous said...

You did a wonderful job and I like your reviews and also the way to phrase them. It is always an interesting read. If I was living full time in the US instead of spreading my time between there and Canada I would totally submit to be a assistant-reviewer.

Good luck finding one.

Mary

Joy Tamsin David said...

How do you say the word meme? I've only ever read it online, never heard it pronounced until today. In my head I call it "mem-me" but sounded like you said "meam". Things that make you go hhmmmmm. LOL

ParaJunkee said...

@Mary - Thank you. I know shipping can be so crazy, it would cost me a fortune and not a lot of publishers will ship to Canada, unless they are Canadian unfortunately.

@Joy - it is pronounced like it rhymes with STREAM or THEME. I totally wanted to say Me-Me too, but in the wiki post it is said that you say it with that long eee. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meme

Sorilla said...
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Sorilla said...

Happy reading and Happy Birthday, ParaJunkee! here is a little present for you: http://sorillareads.blogspot.com/2011/03/blog-post_27.html - my mock-up cover for the "Blood Rights", I can not wait for the original ;)

Lilly Bear ♡ said...

Aww, good luck finding some worthy partners in crime! I would be all over it if I didn't already have my blog :) Another lovely vlog post and swoon-worthy book haul this week. Happy early birthday!

Lilly

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