Meg-A Readers 2015 Recap Week 2!

Hey Everyone!!

Week 2 of Meg-A Readers 2015 is already all done!!

So finals are over, but I got sick of course, because isn't that just the dandy part of life?!

But anyway, I know I suck, but I haven't had the brain or energy to read in the last few days.  Now that doesn't mean I HAVEN'T read, it just means I haven't finished reading the book, I had set myself to finish this week!  But I should be done soon with it, and as soon as I do, my review will be up! :)

But for now I have other Meg-A Readers 2015 posts to share with you, a small announcement, and a GIVEAWAY for this week's recap!!! :)

First, to my announcement!

I have decided that for this year's Meg-A Readers I will be focusing on Meg Cabot's historical romances!  I was able to pick up three of them from Amazon for super cheap, and I've been trying to get my hands on those babies for years!!  I'm reading Nicola and the Viscount right now, which I've had sitting on my shelves for a couple of years now, and I got Educating Caroline in the mail yesterday! Two more are on their way! :)  I am really excited for this!!

Alright now to the recaps!

Karen over at Lady Jessop, has shared with us the TEN things she loved about Royal Wedding, which hit shelves next month! (LOVED THIS!!)

Amber over at Book Stacks Amber is holding an International Giveaway of a preorder copy of "Royal Princess"!!!!

Deanna over at Deanna Writes did a review of the Avalon High Audiobook!

And then Diana did a post entitled Meg & I: How Meg Cabot Got Me Through!

And then last but not least for this Meg-A Readers 2015, I posted my review for From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess!! Which came out Tuesday! :)

AND now time for the GIVEAWAY!!!

This giveaway is US Shipping ONLY!!!

I'm giving away, thanks to Meg Cabot, a SIGNED copy of Boy Meets Girl! Which is one of Meg's Boy Series Novels!

Just fill out the rafflecopter below, and you'll be entered for a chance to win! :)

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