Ami Ami's Comments (member since Aug 01, 2011)

Ami's comments from the Apocalypse Whenever group.

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967 I would like to let everyone know about a great dystopian read by a fresh, new voice in writing. It's called Reign Genesis by Jeffrey Wergin Reign: Genesis by Jeffrey Wergin and it's the first in an on-going series centering around an ex-military man struggling to survive the end of days guided by his beautiful wife he aims to keep his family together at all costs. If you enjoy non-stop action, surprises and even some romance, then this is a book not to be missed! Available on Amazon!
967 Reading the last, (so far until "Finale" comes out), book in the "Hush, Hush" saga "Silence" by Becca Fitzpatrick. After I'm going to start the "Fallen" series by Lauren Kate. I go through reading phases where it's all about faeries or angels for a few months, the dystopians, then superheroes, zombies, humorous chick lit reality based and/or paranormal based.,but I think this is true for a lot of avid readers. :)
967 I just finished with The Wind Through the Keyhole (The Dark Tower, #4.5) by Stephen King by Stephen King and am less than halfway through the second book in the "Aftertime" series by Sophie Littlefield which is Rebirth (Aftertime, #2) by Sophie Littlefield.
967 I just started reading Becoming Chloe by Catherine Ryan Hyde by Catherine Ryan Hyde.
967 As per a reccomedation by a fellow YA paranormal adventure romance reader I have decided that the next book series I read will be Lili St. Crow's Strange Angels (Strange Angels, #1) by Lili St. Crow. Also still on topic, sort of, I was wondering; Is Lili St. Crow the same author as Lilith Saintcrow? Well, the author profile picture's the same. Anyway, I just started the first book in the Strange Angels series.
967 stormhawk wrote: "Chewing my way through Harry Potter (rereading). Up to Goblet of Fire as of today."

I have always envied people who can truly enjoy re-reading a book. There are very few books I'll re-read. I guess I just like the surprise of a story too much and so re-reading it I won't be surprised because I'll already know what comes next. My sister can re-read all her books all the time and still enjoy them fully. "Bring on the next book(to be read)!" is my personal reading motto. lol.
967 I'm taking a break from Richelle Mead's "Vampire Academy" books, of which I am currently just starting Spirit Bound (Vampire Academy, #5) by Richelle Mead, to read Hushed by Kelley York by Kelley Yorkand I have to say that it's pretty engrossing. It reminds me a little bit of the movie "Heathers",(remember that one? lol), in certain aspects. Only much darker. It's a twisted tale of forbidden lust, revenge, friendship and murder.
967 Ya'll are reading such great-sounding books! The old adage is so true, isn't it? There's only so much time for so many books. Currently I'm still, although around ninety percent done, reading Paranormalcy (Paranormalcy, #1) by Kiersten White & then it's sequel Supernaturally (Paranormalcy, #2) by Kiersten White afterwards I've kind of been on a "Supernatural The TV Show" kick lately so I want to read a few of the novels based on the show. Like Nevermore (Supernatural, #1) by Keith R.A. DeCandido and Witch's Canyon (Supernatural, #2) by Jeff Mariotte and THIS one looks awesome especially for fans of the show; Supernatural John Winchester's Journal by Alex Irvine. Anyway, those are my current and soon to be current reads. ^_^;
967 I just started Paranormalcy (Paranormalcy, #1) by Kiersten White and will read it's sequel Supernaturally (Paranormalcy, #2) by Kiersten White right after. So far I'm enjoying it. ^_^
Sep 22, 2011 09:20PM

967 Becky wrote: "I have cats... sometimes they deign to acknowledge my existence. At meal times.

I miss having dogs though. I love big dogs. :D I just don't have room for them. Barely have room for the cats and t..."

Becky, I have a cat too. I've never experienced the aloofness in cats that other cat owners have; My cat attached herself to me the day her mother and best feline friend for life passed away of old age a few years ago. Now she follows me everywhere around the house and will curl up on my lap or next to the computer if I'm sitting down. No matter where I am she's there. I still miss her mother every day but it would have been ten times worse if I hadn't had her and I bet it's the same for her with me.
Sep 22, 2011 09:02PM

967 Where are you from?: Born in Walla, Walla, Washington but grew up and currently live in Spokane, Washington.
How do you spend free time?: Reading, watching favourite t.v. series I collect on dvd, reading, checking out goodreads, spending time with my boyfriend and sister and niece and nephews, more reading.
What is your favorite book or series? Early, original V.C. Andrews and Harry Potter for favourite series and my favourite book changes depending on what I'm currently reading and if I am into it at all or not. Other than that I have too many favourite books to name!
A little something about you that is interesting?: I can wiggle my ears on command or request.
Would you be a survivor in most of the books we read?: Maybe by sheer luck alone or by latching onto someone stronger and tougher and riding their coat-tails towards survival. lol.
967 As per Rot & Ruin (Benny Imura, #1) by Jonathan Maberry and Dust & Decay (Benny Imura, #2) by Jonathan Maberry I think I'd go with an expertly stitched long sleeved/high necked long carpet-coat, (if there are zombies),with long-sleeved t-shirts/t-shirts underneath, (depending on the weather), faded blue jeans that are old and comfortable, tennis shoes for running and as much as I love my hair long I'd probably bite the bullet and chop it all off. The reasons posted by Mike above for keeping one's hair sparse in the endtimes are all pretty solid.