Thursday, May 31, 2012

Winner of The Uninvited Guests!

Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter to win The Uninvited Guests by Sadie Jones! Using random.org the winner is: Petite. Congrats!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Amused By Books 2012 Summer Reading List!

Last year I made a summer reading list and it was immensely successful for me. I picked out 5 books that I wanted to read that summer and by October I had read them all. Granted, I didn't necessarily love them all, but I was excited to read them all and I accomplished a personal goal.

To me, summer reading is all about easy, breezy books that I want to read lying by the beach or in a beach chair in the backyard sipping a brightly colored cocktail with an umbrella in it!

This summer I know I won't have as much free time as I normally do since I have a major event in September that we are planning. However, because of that, I need some mindless reading more than ever! So while I have cut down my summer reading list to a top 3 to take some pressure off, I personally can't wait to read these books no matter what and promise to check in at the end of the summer to see how these plans panned out.

So without further ado, Amused By Books (pitifully small, but thoroughly exciting) summer reading list is:
1. There Goes The Bride by Holly McQueen (I'll give you one guess why I want to read this title!)




















2. The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty (I've been hearing great things about this one and it has all the elements of books I love!)




















3. Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter (Seriously, doesn't this cover just beg to be taken on a beach vacation?!




















So did I pick some good titles? What books are on your summer reading list?

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Book Review and Giveaway: Wife 22

'Wife 22'
Author: Melanie Gideon


Format: ARC
Published: Ballantine Books; May 2012
Pages: 400
Genre: Women's fiction
Grade: A
Source: Publicist


Synopsis: Maybe it was those extra five pounds I’d gained. Maybe it was because I was about to turn the same age my mother was when I lost her. Maybe it was because after almost twenty years of marriage my husband and I seemed to be running out of things to say to each other.
But when the anonymous online study called “Marriage in the 21st Century” showed up in my inbox, I had no idea how profoundly it would change my life. It wasn’t long before I was assigned both a pseudonym (Wife 22) and a caseworker (Researcher 101). 
And, just like that, I found myself answering questions.
As it turns out, confession can be a very powerful aphrodisiac.

My Take: In a normal year I love novels that analyze and dissect marriages. It makes me feel like a voyeur, but more than that, I feel like it also helps me understand them more. Well this year, in the lead up to my own marriage, I find that I am devouring novels that surround marriage more than ever. My latest read, Wife 22 by Melanie Gideon was absolutely fascinating on so many levels and I am so glad I read it.

Wife 22 centers around the marriage of Alice and William Buckle. They have been married for 20 years and have two teenage children. Living in Oakland, CA (Bay Area representing!) their marriage seems to be stuck in a malaise. Alice feels like this year in particular needs some shaking up. She has reached the same age as her mother was when she passed away and so I think she realises that if there is a reason to keep living this life, then she needs it to be proven to her so she is pushing against all of those around her.

Alice could be considered a technology junkie. She is on Facebook and email all the time. One day, in her spam folder, she sees an email for a marriage survey and decides to click on it. Investigating the foundation which it is through, she figures it is legit and decides to participate. Alice is assigned a researcher to guide her through the survey, Researcher 101, and she is assigned an acronym for anonymity, Wife 22, and the survey begins.

As the book unfolds, the chapters differentiate between typical book dialogue as we learn about the life of Alice and her family and friends, to Alice's online chatter, to the survey questions she answers. The questions she is asked are in the back of the book, by the way. This personally was the only thing I didn't like. I wanted to know both the questions and the answers and had I not read a review by someone else tipping me off to the fact that the questions were in the back I would have had no idea and I felt that the questions naturally enhanced the nature of her answers. They ranged from how her and her husband met, to writing a letter to your children saying all of the things you can't say to them right now.

As she is letting go of all of these intense emotions about her husband she realizes that her relationship with him in its present state isn't what it once was and she starts to wonder if it can ever get back to it. She also realises that her relationship with Researcher 101 has grown into something more than she has ever expected, even though she has never met him. And that is the crux of the story. This analyzation of a modern marriage and what exactly is cheating totally fascinated me and I would highly recommend it to anyone else who finds this topic at all interesting too. I also thing it would be a great book club read too with so many emotions brought up!

Cover Lust: I get that the daisy is the classic, he loves me, he loves me not flower, but I am not that enamored with this cover.

Giveaway Details
Thanks to the publisher, I have two copies to give away to two lucky winners! The deadline for this giveaway is June 12th; entries open to those in the US.

To Enter (Mandatory)!
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3 extra entries available. Giveaway open until 11:59pm PST June 12th. I will draw the winners using random.org and announce them here on my blog. Good luck!

Monday, May 28, 2012

Mailbox Monday: May 28, 2012

It's Mailbox Monday time! Mailbox Monday is going on tour and May is being hosted by the lovely Martha of Martha's Bookshelf. Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks and audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists!

Happy Memorial Day to my readers in the US! I could really use a three-day weekend so I am loving it. We stayed in town this weekend because we are heading out of town next weekend and it was wonderful to have three blissful days to hang out and get stuff done. Sadly the weather didn't initiate us into summer but we enjoyed ourselves anyway! Also, to all my San Francisco readers out there, happy 75th Anniversary to the Golden Gate bridge!

Now to the books:
From Simon and Schuster:
1. The Colour of Tea by Hannah Tunnicliffe 



















From Random House:
2. Game of Secrets by Dawn Tripp




















From the Publicist:
3. San Francisco and the Bay Area:The Haight-Ashbury Edition by Dick Evans















What did you get?

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Winner of FoodTrients Giveaway!


Thank you to everyone who entered to win FoodTrients: Age-Defying Recipes for a Sustainable Life by Grace O and a FoodTrients apron! Using random.org the winner is: Carolsue!

Friday, May 25, 2012

Book Review: Kate's Wedding

'Kate's Wedding'
Author: Chrissie Manby


Format: Paperback
Published: Hodder & Stoughton; Mar. 2011
Pages: 304
Genre: Chick-lit
Grade: A
Source: Personal copy


Synopsis: Thirty-nine-year-old Kate had almost given up on love when she met her fiance. Now she's planning for the wedding she never dreamed she'd have. But things seem to be slipping out of her control. Diana, born on the day of the 1981 Royal Wedding, never doubted that one day she would find her prince. Newly engaged, and with daddy's credit card in her grasp, she's in full Bridezilla mode. Against the backdrop of the other couple getting married in April 2011, both women prepare for the most important day of their lives. But will each bride get her perfect day? Or will it all become a right royal fiasco?


My Take: So you may have heard me mention, oh like a million times, that I am getting married and a little thing like planning a wedding is sucking up a ton of my time! Well, when I had some time in between reviews I saw this book on my shelf and thought it sounded like a ton of fun and knew that I just had to read it. It was the perfect easy-breezy book to read at the end of a stressful day and laugh at the antics of some other crazy brides!


Kate's Wedding surrounds two women who are very different. First up is Kate who is almost forty and thought she might never get married and has finally met a man who is making her dreams and wedding dreams come true. When Ian proposes they decide that a nice, simple registry wedding and lunch for close family and friends would do. Ha! Soon, family takes over and her ideas/wants don't matter anymore. Sound familiar to any of you brides out there?

The other bride in Manby's novel is Diana. She is a class A bridezilla! Diana has been with her boyfriend for seven years and he cheated on her during that time and he freaked out when she threatened to leave him as a result so to keep her around he proposed. Ever since, she has been nothing but demanding and well, frankly crazy! Her wedding is going to be as over the top as possible no matter who she has to step on to get there.

Now, if you haven't noticed, these two brides are named Kate and Diana and the weddings all take place the day after William and Kate's Royal Wedding and Diana and Charles' Royal Wedding all means something special to everyone in the book. So if you are a big royal wedding fan like I am, then you will get an added kick out of this book too! There is nothing serious or intense about this book, other then some ridiculous bridal drama. Overall, it is just a funny, great, beach read that I can highly recommend!

Cover Lust: Personally, I am not a big fan of pink covers but it does fit the insides so I can't complain too much.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Book Review: The Cottage at Glass Beach

'The Cottage at Glass Beach'
Author: Heather Barbieri


Format: ARC
Published: Harper; May 2012
Pages: 320
Genre: Fiction
Grade: B
Source: TLC Book Tours


Synopsis: Married to the youngest attorney general in Massachusetts state history, Nora Cunningham is a picture-perfect political wife and a doting mother. But her carefully constructed life falls to pieces when she, along with the rest of the world, learns of the infidelity of her husband, Malcolm.
Humiliated and hounded by the press, Nora packs up her daughters—Annie, seven; and Ella, twelve—and takes refuge on Burke's Island, a craggy spit of land off the coast of Maine. Settled by Irish immigrants, the island is a place where superstition and magic are carried on the ocean winds, and wishes and dreams wash ashore with the changing tides.
Nora spent her first five years on the island but has not been back to the remote community for decades—not since that long ago summer when her mother disappeared at sea. One night while sitting alone on Glass Beach below the cottage where she spent her childhood, Nora succumbs to grief, her tears flowing into the ocean. Days later she finds an enigmatic fisherman named Owen Kavanagh shipwrecked on the rocks nearby. Is he, as her aunt's friend Polly suggests, a selkie—a mythical being of island legend—summoned by her heartbreak, or simply someone who, like Nora, is trying to find his way in the wake of his own personal struggles?
Just as she begins to regain her balance, her daughters embark on a reckless odyssey of their own—a journey that will force Nora to find the courage to chart her own course and finally face the truth about her marriage, her mother, and her long-buried past.


My Take: It's getting close to summer! Memorial Day is this weekend for Pete's sake. So it's time to start reading books with beaches on the cover thankyouverymuch! 


I love a good beach read as much as the next person and Heather Barbieri's new novel The Cottage at Glass Beach elevated the genre by being not so much a silly page turner as they sometimes can be, as a bit of a mystery and adult heart breaker for me. Centered around Nora, whose philandering politician husband has made her rethink her role in life, she packs up her two daughters and heads back to her childhood home. Upon arrival we learn that she hasn't been back her since the mysterious dissapearance of her own mother when she was but a little girl. The beach town is small though and everyone remembers her and is delighted to have her back.


Nora doesn't really remember much about the town though and her young daughters at first aren't too thrilled to be here. Although, Nora is happy to have a peaceful sanctuary away from the madness that was her life to think things through. While at this beach getaway her mind begins to wander and memories from her past begin to surface. Soon she starts uncovering things she had long forgotten. Along with her Aunt Maire who lives on the island, Nora and her daughters soon start to learn all kind of things about themselves and the island they are now living on.they were steeped in folklore, overall I really enjoyed this beach read to kick off my summer reading.

While there were some parts of this book that were so mysterious that I kinda didn't get them since they were steeped in folklore, overall I really enjoyed this beach read to kick off my summer reading.

I recommend it for all of you out there looking for your next (or first!) summer read too!

For other opinions on this book, please check out the full TLC Tour here!

Cover Lust: I think it perfectly fits the story (although perhaps it should be a little stormier and a little less sunny!).

Monday, May 21, 2012

Mailbox Monday: May 21, 2012

It's Mailbox Monday time! Mailbox Monday is going on tour and May is being hosted by the lovely Martha of Martha's Bookshelf. Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks and audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists!


How was everyone's weekend? Mine was great! I got lots of stuff done, while also getting some quality time with friends. Such a winning combination!


This week, only one book in the mailbox, but one that I am really excited to read!


From Random House:
1. The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce




















What did you get?

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Winner of Afterwards!


Thank you to everyone who entered to win Afterwards by Rosamund Lupton! Using random.org, the winner of a brand new copy of this intriguing novel is Petite! Congrats!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Book Review and Giveaway: The Uninvited Guests

'The Uninvited Guests'
Author: Sadie Jones


Format: ARC
Published: Harper; May 2012
Pages: 272
Genre: Historical fiction
Grade: D 
Source: TLC Book Tours


Synopsis: One late spring evening in 1912, in the kitchens at Sterne, preparations begin for an elegant supper party in honor of Emerald Torrington's twentieth birthday. But only a few miles away, a dreadful accident propels a crowd of mysterious and not altogether savory survivors to seek shelter at the ramshackle manor—and the household is thrown into confusion and mischief.
The cook toils over mock turtle soup and a chocolate cake covered with green sugar roses, which the hungry band of visitors is not invited to taste. But nothing, it seems, will go according to plan. As the passengers wearily search for rest, the house undergoes a strange transformation. One of their number (who is most definitely not a gentleman) makes it his business to join the birthday revels.
Evening turns to stormy night, and a most unpleasant parlor game threatens to blow respectability to smithereens: Smudge Torrington, the wayward youngest daughter of the house, decides that this is the perfect moment for her Great Undertaking.
The Uninvited Guests is the bewitching new novel from the critically acclaimed Sadie Jones. The prizewinning author triumphs in this frightening yet delicious drama of dark surprises—where social codes are uprooted and desire daringly trumps propriety—and all is alight with Edwardian wit and opulence.


My Take: After reading Small Wars by Sadie Jones (click on title for my review) and choosing it as one of my top picks of 2011, you better believe I couldn't wait to get my hands on Jones' latest novel: The Uninvited Guests. While both are historical fiction, they are vastly different in their storytelling styles. I would say that they are both slow to evolve but I was hooked from the get go with Small Wars and there was nothing to keep me turning the pages in The Uninvited Guests


Jones' latest novel is set in the English countryside at a large manor at the beginning of the 20th Century. Honestly when I first started the book I got visions of Downton Abbey and I started to get so excited because how could I not want to read a book that reminds me of it to keep it in my mind when the show is not around. However, there are characters that I feel strongly about and want to root for in that show. This was not the case in this story. The Uninvited Guests takes place all in one day, centering around the 20th birthday of the daughter of the heads of the household: Emerald. 


The large manor in which this family lives, Sterne, is on the edge of being lost by the family. They are quickly running out of money. So the man of the house, the children's stepfather and the wife's second husband, is gone for a lot of the day trying to drum up money. This leaves us with the wife, the two eldest children, and then the youngest child and the help. The wife and the two oldest children are awful people. They basically have no redeeming qualities. So it was hard to want to read a book about them throwing a party for someone so horrible and feel bad about a bunch of horrible people losing their home. Am I suppose to feel sympathy for them? Because I don't.


Naturally, there is more to the story in this one day then just a birthday party. Things happen to trip it up but if I were to tell you about these plot twists it would ruin the story for you so I shall let you read it yourself! And if you are a big fan of Edwardian England and slower paced stories then you might find you do get a lot more out of this one than I did. 


If you have read it, I want to hear what you think of it. 


For other opinions on this book, please check out the full TLC Tour here!


Cover Lust: The published version is so vastly different then that which is on my ARC and it looks so lovely! I think they made a great choice. 


Giveaway Details
I have an extra ARC to giveaway to one lucky winner! The deadline for this giveaway is May 29th; entries open to those in the US.

To Enter (Mandatory)!
Comment below with a way for me to contact you.

For Extra entries (Optional), indicate that you are:
+1 Follow this blog on Google Connect (see right sidebar)
+1 Follow me on twitter and tweet about this giveaway (include @amusedbybooks in your tweet)
+1 Blog/Post about this giveaway on your sidebar

3 extra entries available. Giveaway open until 11:59pm PST May 29th. I will draw the winners using random.org and announce them here on my blog. Good luck!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Mailbox Monday: May 14, 2012

It's Mailbox Monday time! Mailbox Monday is going on tour and May is being hosted by the lovely Martha of Martha's Bookshelf. Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks and audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists!


First off, I just want to wish all of you mother's out there a belated Happy Mother's Day and I hope you all had a fabulous one! 


My weekend, which I thought would be kind of relaxing, ended up being rather busy and productive which was great! We have been having a great string of sunny weather here for the past couple of weeks (wonderful!!) so on Friday after work I felt the urge to go buy some new summer clothes! Saturday I had another round of acupuncture and got my hair done. Then Rob and I did our first batch of wedding favors (homemade soap). We think they turned out great! Sunday I tried Zumba with a girlfriend for the first time. Have you ever done this before? Holey moley that is one serious workout but I would totally do it again. So much fun! Then we did some wedding crafts. A great weekend all in all!


Now it's Monday again!


This week, I got two books in the mail. I don't want to brag but I feel like I've been doing a good job trimming my mailbox lately and I hope I keep that trend up! My bookcases I know thank me.


From Harper:
1. Flight from Berlin by David John




















2. Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter




















What did you get?!

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Book Review and Giveaway: FoodTrients

'FoodTrients: Age-Defying Recipes for a Sustainable Life'
Author: Grace O


Format: Hardback
Published: Grace O; 2011
Pages: 152
Genre: Cookbook
Grade: B
Source: TLC Book Tours


Synopsis: Chef, restaurateur, and senior living executive Grace O brings the science of aging out of the lab and into the kitchen. Health professionals agree: by following an anti-aging plan- eating nutrient-rich food, exercising, managing your weight, and leading a generally healthy lifestyle-you may add as many as 10 to 20 years to your lifespan. Now, looking and feeling younger is that much easier with FoodTrients: Age-Defying Recipes for a Sustainable Life. With 66 beautifully illustrated recipes, chef, restaurateur, and senior living executive Grace O brings healthful aging out of the science lab and into the kitchen. Combining delicious foods with the latest research in rejuvenating nutrients, Grace O's age-defying strategy features FoodTrients- vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and a host of other beneficial compounds-to enhance your well-being and help keep you young, inside and out. "Growing older gracefully is what you want to strive for.... Grace O's FoodTrients is a new anti-aging cookbook that makes an important contribution to this discussion." Mark A. Rosenberg, MD Medical Director, The Institute for Healthy Aging "I love Grace O's approach to fresh, wholesome foods as the basis for health and longevity. The recipes are interesting, unusual, and appealing-it's really a fresh take on the topic!" Monica Reinagel, MS, LN, CNS Author, Nutrition Diva's Secrets for a Healthy Diet.


My Take: I love cooking! Anytime I can try out new recipes, I do. And I love getting new cookbooks! Don't know what to get me for my birthday? A cookbook will always do! Cooking is relaxing to me and it's something my fiance and I can enjoy together. We both like to cook and eat healthfully. This latest book that I received, FoodTrients by Grace O, combined both of those things so I was excited to dive in and explore.


Right out of the gate I was greeted with beautiful photos accompanying each and every recipe. Let me tell you that if a cookbook doesn't have a photo to match a recipe, I don't like it, so this one gets a big thumbs up from me! I want to know what I am making and how it's supposed to look so I can compare and contrast!


Next, I had to figure out what exactly a FoodTrient was. According to the book, they are "twenty-six powerful nutrients that promote health, wellness, and longevity". Well those sound good to me! Who doesn't want those things? All of the recipes within the book are given any of the five following indicators to tell you its FoodTrient properties: Ai (Anti-inflammatory); Ao (Antioxidant); DP (Disease-Preventing); IB (Immunity Boosting); and MB (Mind and Beauty).


Finally, I had to decide with recipe(s) to try to decide if what this book is promoting is worth it's weight. I knew I wanted to try to cook something delicious for our Sunday dinner and so I was open to a main course or a side dish and decided upon the delicious sounding "Mustard-Crusted Tri-Tip" which is considered 'Body Magic' and contains the properties of Ai, Ao, DP, IB, and MB. Sounds good to me.


Here's what it entailed:


Mustard-Crusted Tri-Tip (Serves 4-6)


Ingredients

Yummers!

  • 1 tri-tip (about 2-3lbs) of grass-fed beef roast
  • 1/4 cup Dijon mustard
  • 3 Tbs. seasoned garlic salt
  • 3 Tbs. sweet mesquite seasoning




  1. Spread the Dijon over the tri-tip and refrigerate overnight. (Whoops! Didn't read this part until about 3 hours before we wanted to eat! So I marinated mine for about 1/2 hour. Better than nothing!)
  2. Preheat oven to 200 degrees. Remove the tri-tip from the refrigerator and sprinkle with garlic salt and mesquite seasoning. (I'm going to be honest, I was shocked that this healthful book called for garlic salt and not fresh garlic but whateves, I do what I am told!)
  3. Bake at 200 degrees for 2 hours.
  4. Turn up the heat to broil. Broil the roast until top is browned and sizzling, about 10 minutes. (In our crappy oven, this was more like 20-25 minutes)
  5. Remove the roast from the oven and allow it to sit for 30 minutes before slicing.
We enjoyed our roast with steamed artichokes and I have to tell you, even if a little salty for both of our tastes, this roast was a huge hit! It was soooo tender and we will for sure be making it again. Yum yum!

Bottom line, if you enjoy cooking and want to do so healthfully, this book is worth checking out!

For other opinions on this book, please check out the full TLC Tour here!

Cover Lust: This cover is very evocative of what's inside. I think it's a perfect fit!

Giveaway Details
The author has kindly offered up one new copy of the book to a lucky winner, plus an apron! The deadline for this giveaway is May 24th; entries open to those in the US and Canada.

To Enter (Mandatory)!
Comment below with a way for me to contact you.

For Extra entries (Optional), indicate that you are:
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3 extra entries available. Giveaway open until 11:59pm PST May 24th. I will draw the winners using random.org and announce them here on my blog. Good luck!

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Two Years Ago Today


Two years ago today I received a phone call that told me that I would never get to see you again. Two years ago today you were out having fun with friends doing your favorite thing in the world, snowmobiling, when you had a heart attack, that would take you away. Isn't that how we all want to go? Doing our most favorite thing? But does that make it any easier for those left behind?

Two years ago and four days was the last time we talked. I never really got to say good bye except for the good byes we shared over the phone. Is that satisfying? I don't think so. I remember that conversation vividly and everything we talked about. I play it over and over again hoping against hope that I said "I love you, daddy" as we hung up the phone. But not having closure and getting to say a true goodbye, that's a real regret in a life not full of many.

Even though I don't live in the same state you lived in anymore, having moved away much to your chagrin, to spread my wings, I haven't been able to go back since the funeral. Yet, I smell you in the wind. I question when I smell it and apparently no one else can. People look at me like I am crazy. I smell you in my car, when I am near your parents, or sometimes when I am just feeling lonely. You don't come to me in my dreams often but you come to me in my waking hours. Thank you for that.

Two years and four months later, you are supposed to be walking me down the aisle. That's a dad's job. And you were a great dad. But you won't be there; you can't be there. In all of the wedding planning, that's been one of the hardest things to deal with. Your absence. The obvious hole where you should be. It's going to be a happy day and I hope I can sense you in the wind when I am thinking of you on that day too.

I love you Dad.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Mailbox Monday: May 7, 2012

It's Mailbox Monday time! Mailbox Monday is going on tour and May is being hosted by the lovely Martha of Martha's Bookshelf. Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks and audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists!

As busy as last weekend was, this weekend was relaxing! Ahhh it was so nice! Went out to drinks with a friend, had my second acupuncture appointment, ran some errands, went and saw The Five Year Engagement (my fiance and I thought it would be funnier. It was a little more sad than laugh out loud funny but still good), and generally relaxed. Very enjoyable! Hope you all had good weekends too!

Here's what came in the mailbox this week:

From Wunderkind PR:
1. The Taker by Alma Katsu



















From Reagan Arthur Books:
2. So Far Away by Meg Mitchell Moore



















From Free Press:
3. The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy



















What did you get?
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