Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas! :)

Merry Christmas Everyone! :)

I hope Santa brought everyone good gifts and i hope everybody had a wonderful holiday! :)

Friday, December 24, 2010

Interview with Author April Henry!

April Henry

Interview- December 2010

1.Where are you from?

Born and raised in Oregon.

2.What is your book, Girl Stolen about?

A blind girl who is waiting for her step mom in the back of a car is accidentally kidnapped when a teenager steals the car.  He panics and takes her home to his dad, who runs an illegal chop shop.  When they figure out her dad is the CEO of a big company, they demand a ransom.  But she realizes they will probably never give her back.  

3.Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)?

A couple of months ago, I attended a special police academy in North Carolina for writers.  

4.What is your favorite horror book?

It's hard to pick - probably an old Stephen King book.

5.Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?

I like so many - Suzanne Collins and Susan Beth Pfeffer are two of my favorites.  They are great are creating other worlds.  

6.What are your upcoming Projects?

I have a book coming out in about a year called The Girl in the Mini Cooper, about a pizza delivery girl who is kidnapped.  

7.How often do you try to update your blog?


8.What are you reading now?

I'm reading The Unidentified.  

9.How long does it take you to write a book?
About nine months.

10. Thank You! What else would you like to say or have me post?

I'm so lucky to be a writer!  It's a dream come true.  

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Week 1.

Question- What are your plans for this Christmas break?

My Answer- My plans are to relax, have fun,hop it snows, enjoy presents, spend time with family, work on blog , etc.

--i want here your answers! post them below by commenting your answer! Enjoy :)

Weekly Question?

Hello everyone,

I am starting a new thing called Weekly Question? Every week on the blog i will post a question. Below
in the comments section you guys can post your answer. I wanna here from everyone!! This is just a fun
thing to do every week! Enjoy, and can't wait to see your answers! :)

Currently Reading!!!

I'm Currently Reading the book "Mostly good girls" By: Leila Sales. So far the book
is great and i'm loving it. Keep checking back everyone to see the review of this book
and see if you want to check it out. Enjoy! :)


 Hello everyone, i would love for all my followers to also add Reviewblog101 as a friend on Twitter,!/Reviewblog101. I created a twitter for the blog to attract more followers. Tell
Everyone about my blog's new twitter! Thanks!

ABC Family 25 Days of Christmas!!!!

ABC Family 25 Days of Christmas!!

Every night on ABC family channel till' December 25 there will be a Christmas movie on! Each night it's a different movie. All the movies are great and one night you should watch one because you'll love it! Check out the 25 days of Christmas website : Bellow i will post the schedule starting today. 

December 19- 5pm/4:00c- Santa Clause is Comin' to Town.
December 20- 8pm/7:00c- Santa Buddies 
December 21- 9pm/8:00c- The Polar Express
December 22- 8pm/7:00c- The Santa Clause
December 23- 8:30pm/7:30c- Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
December 24- 8pm/7:00c-Santa Clause is Comin' to Town
December 25-7pm/6:00c-Dr. Seuss': How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Sugar Sugar!

book cover

Review- December 2010

Hello, everyone.

I finally finished the book Sugar Sugar by author Carole Wilkinson. Sugar Sugar is a bout a girl name Jackie who leaves here hometown Australia, with a dream of becoming a World-Famous fashion designer.She knows where she is going and how she is going to get there but, after a weekend in Paris everything is gone of track. She lost her fashion folio, ends up in a place that isn't even on a map, and lots more. Soon, she finds herself going in a new direction, that she likes and takes her chances in the new direction and hopes it works out. Honestly, when i first started reading it i didn't like that much, but after about 70 pages i started to get into the story and then i loved it. I would rate it a 3 1/2, so i hope you guys at least try to read and enjoy it! You will start to get into it after you start reading so take a chance! Visit the website, to learn more about the artist, book, and more stuff.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Vote! :)

Hello everyone!

I got a email from Angela Morrison saying her book -SING ME TO SLEEP is a 2010 GoodReads Choice Nominee for YA Fiction!!! And to help with this i need you guys to follow this link and vote for Sing Me To Sleep ( Also, if you voted you need to stop by her blog Cayman Summer (  and let her know you voted you will be entered in her giant blog contest. So help Her out by voting, Anyone can vote!!!!!!!!!!


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Interview with Author April Lindner!


Interview- December 2010

1.As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?

I always wanted to be a writer, though for a while I also wanted to be an artist, an actress, and a tightrope walker—despite the fact that I’m terrified of heights.

2.How long have you been writing?

Ever since I knew how to hold a pencil.  I wrote a novel and a whole lot of poems in elementary school.  My third grade teacher let us write as much as we wanted and draw our own illustrations, and then she bound the whole thing up in a book, which made me feel really famous and important.

3.What is your book "Jane" About?

Jane is a modernization of Jane Eyre.  My Jane is a 19 year old college student forced to drop out of school when her parents die in a car accident.  In desperate need of work and a place to live, she applies to a nanny agency.  Because she’s quiet and serious and not very interested in celebrities or rock music she is chosen to take care of the daughter of Nico Rathburn, a legendary rock star on the brink of a comeback.  Against her will, Jane finds herself attracted to Nico and drawn into the mysterious doings at his estate.

4.What is your favorite horror book?

My favorite is probably Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.  I love the idea of a scientist piecing together a living being out of body parts, and the creature being terrifying and misunderstood.  It’s deliciously creepy but also kind of heartbreaking.

5.What are your upcoming projects?

I’ve been working on a retelling of Wuthering Heights.  It’s set in a night club on the lower east side of Manhattan, and the Heathcliff character is a punk rocker.

6.If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in any of your books?

Probably.  I try not to let myself think about that, though.  The books are already out there, and I have to let them go and be whatever they are. 

7. Thank you!! What else would you like to say or have me post?

You’re very welcome; this was fun.  I hope readers who haven’t yet experienced Jane Eyre will give it a try and fall in love with Jane and Mr. Rochester the way I did.

Check out more about Author April Lindner by visiting her website at-!!