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Friday, February 14, 2014


What Should I Read Next? ~3: The Green Power of 3 Edition

What Should I Read Next?
What Should I Read Next is a monthly feature on Bookwyrming Thoughts letting readers choose from a selection of books to be read and reviewed next on the blog.
It may have been noticed I didn't go back to edit last month's edition with who the winners are. It's hardly relevant to write that down when the next one (this) is going to have a little twist.

A math twist. In which you don't have to do any math but I get to play with numbers. The third edition isn't going to come back, after all. ;)

This month though, I'm making my selections based on green covers. The selection was then placed in spreadsheet and Random Number Generator eliminated half of the books chosen (to shorten and randomize because it's basically in ABC order almost). Then every THIRD book randomized will be selected.

Funny thing: I ended up with 12. O_O

March's Selection

  • The Circle of Tivedon by Ryan Shorten
  • The Key of Kilenya by Andrea Pearson
  • I'm Not Her by Janet Gurtler
  • Five by Christie Rich
  • Son of Eden by Brianna Merrill
  • With a Kiss by Stephanie Fowers
  • Mark of the Princess by B.C. Morin
  • Sweet Oblivion by Bailey Ardisone
  • The Awakening by Apryl Baker
  • Sora's Quest by T.L. Shreffler
  • Elemental: The First by Alexandria May
  • The Way Life Was Forever by Carey Corp
If a cover doesn't appear to be green, I probably have a different edition.

3 books can be chosen per person. Authors can also vote, as long as it's not your own book. Voting ends February 28. I'm sort of curious which book it might be this time... O_O

But Happy Valentine's Day! :)
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