Faces on My Wall Book Tour & Giveaway!

Faces On My Wall Blog Tour

Thank you again to Jen Halligan PR for inviting me to join this book tour. This novel is such an amazing snapshot of not only the modern artistic journey but also our generation. I’m so proud to be the last stop on this fantastic tour, hope you enjoy my review and make sure you enter the giveaway below!

Title: Faces on My Wall
Author: Jesse Wilson
Publisher: Balzer & Bray
Source:ย ARC (Book Tour)


A coming-of-age story and a comedic tour-de-force, meet Jamey Fuller, a cocky California kid who achieves his wildest ambition: admission to The Juilliard School in New York City, the country’s most prestigious acting school. Once there, he is sure, he will find fame and glory. He will dance on tables, as in “Fame.” He will take his place among the Great Actors of his time, freed from the fear of becoming just like his father, a director of Hollywood TV spots. But the reality proves hilariously brutal, as Jamey grapples with Shakespeare, lust, disillusionment, cut-throat classmates and imperious teachers. FACES ON MY WALL is a privileged glimpse into the bizarre hidden world of an actor’s training, a poignant father-and-son story, and the chronicle of a young man’s painful gropings toward maturity.

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DNF Books: December 2013

DNF Recap

I used to be the reader who could NEVER not finish a book. I considered it a sin to put down a book with no intention of ever picking it up again. “You’re just not in the right mood or time of your life,” I’d say to myself. Right…

Recently I have come to realize three things:

1. I only have this one life to read the books that I enjoy

2. There are literally thousands of books that I will never get to read <— this just makes me cry when I think about it

2. By about fifty pages in, I pretty much know if I want to continue a new book

As a result, I have begun to DNF (Did Not Finish) titles, especially as I get more into ARCs from NetGalley and Edelweiss. I would like to point out that while these titles were not my cup of tea, they may hold meaning and enjoyment for someone else. So without further ado, here are the books that I still feel guilty for rejecting…
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Book Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith

Title: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
Publisher: Poppy
Source: Purchased
Genres: Young Adult, Romance
Pages: 161

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