What an exciting moment for Tea Time with Marce. A whole year, I can't believe it went so fast.
I want to say thank you to everyone that has became a follower, my Tea Time commenter's, those that gave me assistance by email when needed and the authors that take the time to stop by. And of course all the great recommendations that has led me to have a Wishlist way to long, but i'm not complaining.
I am going to celebrate all week, my first post was Aug 29 but I had my 1st comment on Sept 6 so that is when I will announce winners for my international giveaway.
I will choose 2 Winners, 1 for my blogoversary and the other for getting to 200 followers.. The 1st winner gets a book of their choice and a book from my 2010 read so far list, which you can see on my sidebar. The 2nd winner gets to choose from my sidebar. Books will be new and sent from Book Depository. You only have to leave a comment with your email and tell me what book you would be interested in. I enjoy having giveaways, it is a way of saying thank you, so you have to be a follower. I promised myself to never have giveaways to gain followers.
Also, here it goes, announcing my meme that will start this Thursday, hope you participate.
Title Talk on Thursday
Title Talk on Thursday is a NEW weekly bookish meme, hosted by Tea Time with Marce. A time to share opinions on how the title represented the story, while networking and adding to your Wishlist. All Genre's of Books are Welcomed.
Comment and leave the following:
*Summary of the book
*Include a Teaser sentence the Title was used in if it is NOT a SPOILER
*Opinion on Title, is it a clever title, a grab your attention title, is it original, does it match the genre,etc
*Link to Your Review
Thank you for visiting Tea Time with Marce, I appreciate all comments and participation. Have fun with the Title Talk this week.
Title - The Remains
Author - Vincent Zandri
Genre - Thriller
Summary of the book - Thirty years ago, teenager Rebecca Underhill and her twin sister Molly were abducted by a man who lived in a house in the woods behind their upstate New York farm. They were held inside that house for three horrifying hours, until making their daring escape.
Vowing to keep their terrifying experience a secret in order to protect their mother and father, the girls tried to put the past behind them. And when their attacker was hunted down by police and sent to prison, they believed he was as good as dead.
Now, it’s 30 years later, and with Molly having passed away from cancer, Rebecca, a painter and art teacher, is left alone to bear the burden of a secret that has only gotten heavier and more painful with each passing year.
But when Rebecca begins receiving some strange anonymous text messages, she begins to realize that the monster who attacked her all those years ago is not dead after all. He’s back, and this time, he wants to do more than just haunt her. He wants her dead.
Opinion on Title - The Remains suits this thriller, I think it was a great metaphor for the remains of the past which was haunting Rebecca and also The Remains that the investigators couldn't find.
My Review of The Remains
What Title stood out to you this week?
When I read a book and come across the title, it always brings a sense of accomplishment and I think clever, interesting or I just smile with that ahh moment. So I decided to start this meme hoping it starts great conversation on each others blogs especially when we have read the same book.
I hope you visit and celebrate my year with me, you have been a huge part of why I love blogging.