Mandy @ The Reading Diaries and I were talking about wanting to use instagram a little bit more. So we come up with #Dustoffyourbookshelf where you display a book that you have had on your shelf for a long time and probably forgotten about. If you have time to grab it off the shelf and read it that is great, but you don’t have to read what you display. You can be creative in your displaying or you can just take a picture of it on your shelf. We are mainly doing this to get into instagram but thought it would be fun to do a post on Thursdays since we didn’t have a lot of post normally for Thursdays. If you would like to follow along feel free to make a post and link it below. It’s not technically a meme yet unless we get some followers! You can follow me on instagram @bmreviewsohmy.
If you want to play along and don’t do instagram you can make a post for it just like we are here. It is something to play around with on our blogs as well as #instagram. 🙂
With this one I am learning that I am really horrible with taking pictures on my phone or it might just be my phone as I just have a windows 8 prepaid phone..but this picture looks like crap, so sorry. 🙂 I wanted to take it with my camera but it doesn’t have batteries..so I lose all away around today..lol.
See what I mean that is a horrible picture..lol. Anyway this is Delia’s Shadow by Jaime Lee Moyer and I got this unsolicited from the publisher but they have sent me this one and the second one so I feel like I should try it and it sitting on my review shelf waiting for me to get to it. It is actually one that I hope to get to soon as I have heard some good things about it. It sounds pretty interesting. 🙂
A dark, romantic fantasy set against the backdrop of San Francisco devastated by the Great Quake…
It is the dawn of a new century in San Francisco and Delia Martin is a wealthy young woman whose life appears ideal. But a dark secret colors her life, for Delia’s most loyal companions are ghosts, as she has been gifted (or some would say cursed) with an ability to peer across to the other side.
Since the great quake rocked her city in 1906, Delia has been haunted by an avalanche of the dead clamoring for her help. Delia flees to the other side of the continent, hoping to gain some peace. After several years in New York, Delia believes she is free…until one determined specter appears and she realizes that she must return to the City by the Bay in order to put this tortured soul to rest.
It will not be easy, as the ghost is only one of the many victims of a serial killer who was never caught. A killer who after thirty years is killing again.
And who is now aware of Delia’s existence.
So any cool book sitting and collecting dust on your bookshelves? If you want to participate leave a link in the comments to yours and I will check it out. 🙂