quarta-feira, 30 de março de 2011

My Book Boyfriend (6)



This week, despise all the things that I've to study for my next week's tests, I'm happy. Yesterday (March 29th) was the release of Lover Unleashed, the 9th book of Black Dagger Brotherhood, by J.R Ward and the day before (March 28th), Make It Or Break It, one of my favorite shows, was aired again, with new episodes! So, yes, this is a great week! And since yesterday was Lover Unleashed release, why not do a MBB for BDB? 
My Book Boyfriend is hosted by The Unread Reader, in which we show to our readers, characters that we're drooling for! This week, I'll talk about my love of the week:

Rhage

  • Books that he's in: All the books of Black Dagger Brotherhood
  • Appearance:
"Rhage and I meet a week later in brotherhood’s mansion. And not surprisingly, it’s in the kitchen. When Fritz brings me to him, Rhage is over the stove, cooking himself French toast. Well, a whole loaf of French toast. He’s wearing a black muscle shirt and a worn pair of Levi’s that are frayed at the waist, cuffs, and back pockets. I stare. His physical beauty is so... compelling, I measure it once and then again and again. The striking planes and angles of his face, the utter perfection of his big body, those astounding blue/green eyes... it’s all an anomaly, as unnatural a combination as that which equates to true ugliness." (from J.R Ward's site)

  • Rhage is considered the most beautiful of the Brotherhood.
  • He's called Hollywood by his friends.
  • Despite his appearance, he's a lethal warrior.
  • He's mated with Mary, a imortal human.
  • He can transform in a dragon, because of a curse that Scribe Virgin put on him. When he's in this form he destroy everything in his way, except Mary.  
  • Why he's my Book Boyfriend: Probably you don't want to date Rhage, but admit to yourself, at the least you want to sleep with him. And he's a good guy, when he isn't in a bad mood.
  • My perfect Rhage: Jason Lewis. I need to explain? XD
  • Scene that made me swoon:

"Your name?"
"Mary. She named me after the Virgin Mary."
Rhage's breath caught. And then he laughed softly.
"What's so funny?"
His eyes were a bright, shining teal blue. "Just that V… well, Vishous is never wrong. Oh, Mary, my beautiful virgin, will you let me love you for as long as I live? And when I go unto the Fade, will you come with me?"
"Yes." She stroked his cheek. "But does it bother you that I can't have your children?"
"Not in the slightest. I have you, that's all that matters."
"You know," she murmured, "there's always adoption. Do vampires ever adopt?"
"Just ask Tohrment and Wellsie. I can already tell they think of John as their
own." Rhage smiled. "You want a baby, I'll get you one. And you know, I might be okay as a dad."
"I think you'll be more than okay."
When she bent down to kiss him, he stopped her. "Ah, there's just one other thing."
"What?"
"Well, we're stuck with the beast. I kind of bargained with the Scribe Virgin—"
Mary pulled back. "You bargained?"
"I had to do something to save you."
She stared at him, stunned, and then closed her eyes. He had set the wheels in motion; he had saved her.
"Mary, I had to trade something—"
She kissed him hard. "Oh, God, I love you," she breathed.
"Even if it means you're going to have to live with the beast? Because the curse is perpetual now. Set in stone. Forever."
"I told you, that's fine with me." She smiled. "I mean, come on. He's kind of cute, in a Godzilla sort of way. And I'll look at it as a two-for-one kind of deal."
Rhage's eyes flashed white as he rolled her over and put his mouth on the side of her neck.
"I'm glad you like him," he murmured, his hands tugging up her shirt. "Because the two of us are yours. For as long as you'll have us."
"That would be eternally," she said as she let herself go.
And reveled in all the love.

So, who is you book boyfriend of the week? :)

sábado, 26 de março de 2011

In My Mailbox (5)


In My Mailbox was inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie and created by Kristi at The Story SirenThe idea behind IMM was not only to put new books on your radar but to also encourage blogger interaction. 

This week, the mailman left in my house:


WON



She Smells the Dead (Spirit Guide, #1)It's the beginning of senior year and Yuki's psychic awareness of ghostly spirits is threatening to ruin her life. Her ability to sense spirits of the dead isn't glamorous like the ghost hunting on television.  

SHE SMELLS THE DEAD. 

The smell impressions are becoming stronger. Yuki is being visited in her dreams, and she suspects that her friend Calvin is involved in something strange. To make matters worse her crush on Garrett is going unrequited, Yuki's friend Emma is on a rampage against bee oppression, and annoying Calvin Miller mysteriously disappears. Will Yuki be able to focus her powers in time to save the lost soul who is haunting her? Meanwhile, who will save Yuki from following the spirits into the light?

Spirit Storm (Spirit Guide, #2)
"Let the spirits guide you, but never let them take you."  

Spirits of the Dead are coming...  

Yuki is about to face an army of lost souls on Samhain, the night of Halloween, when the spirits of the dead roam free. Yuki will need all the help she can get from her friends, but will Calvin be there for her when she needs him the most?



I won the Spirit Guide Novels in a contest hosted by Bitten by Books, where they made a interview with E.J, but this was in February, and until two weeks ago, the first book (which was ordered by Book Depository) wasn't arrived in my mailbox. We are worried over this, but thank god, the book arrived safely! XD

Traded


Pegasus and the Flame
When Pegasus, the majestic winged-stallion, crashes on to her roof in the middle of a storm that blacks-out New York City, 13-year-old Emily's life becomes that of legend: epic battles with gruesome monsters, desperate chases from a corrupt governmental agency, captivating flights astride the beautiful winged-stallion, and one heroic quest to save Olympus before the Olympic flame burns out ...A must for fans of Percy Jackson!


If the story sucks, at the least this cover will look great in my bookshelf! hahahahah 

For Review


Fatal EmbraceHigh-spirited horse trainer Jessica Stanson stumbles into the perfect job on one of the most elite ranches in Montana. Or at least it would be if her boss, ex-detective Michael Carven, stopped acting like he didn't want her there. Jessica has to prove herself to him on the ranch, and also try to penetrate his armor to get to the man inside. Michael Carven is a man who has left a difficult past behind him, and now works at his dream job raising horses under the Montana sky. But he knows that the past has a way of coming back to him, and soon enough, it does. A wave of violence hits the nearby small town of Riverside, nestled deep in the mountains, as a cunning serial killer preys on the population. Against his will, Michael finds himself both drawn into the case and coming to care for his independent new trainer. And if having a killer on the loose wasn't enough, his two worlds collide when Jessica becomes the only material witness in the case. Before it is over, Michael and Jessica will put everything they know and hold dear on the line to catch a vicious, cunning killer - and to protect each other as well.



Her Perfect RevengeFeel again what it felt like when you first fell in love with someone you HATED!!!Revenge is sweet or is it? Have you ever wanted to get back at someone who was mean to you in high school but when you actually had the guts to do something about it, your plan blew up in your face and they got the better of you AGAIN? That's exactly what happens to Christina Matteo in HER PERFECT REVENGE.Christina Matteo had a humiliating prank pulled on her in high school by rich, party boy Bill Havenwood. It changed her whole life and she never forgot it¿ or him. Older, wiser and tougher, she meets him again years later and decides to get even. She wants revenge and comes up with a perfect plan. But things don't go her way when she stupidly crashes her car into his ultra-expensive sports car while tailing him.Not recognizing her, Bill blackmails the uninsured and cash-poor Christina into helping him stay in his billionaire father's good graces by pretending to be his fiancée for one month. Christina decides to go along with his ruse. After all, who knows what dirt she can find out about the jerk from the inside? But as Christina scams Bill and Bill scams his father¿ his father scams the both of them. William Havenwood Sr. knows all about their phony engagement and begins to push the couple to marry for real in order to get them to crack under pressure.And then Christina's little revenge plan begins to spiral out of control when she finds herself actually falling in love with her avowed enemy, Bill. It's enough to make a girl sick to her stomach! But can she really continue to go through with her plans to make him pay when she's so attracted to the creep? Christina is just stubborn enough to find out!HER PERFECT REVENGE is a story where its three strong and smart main characters¿ Christina, Bill and his father, William¿ find themselves engaged in a clever battle of wits where games, lies, secrets and deceptions rule the day. Who will win? And will Christina risk everything to get her payback? 
YEY! I'm so happy! Aris and Anna contacted me and I'm gonna to review their books! My first review requests!


Other News 

If you're Brazilian and would like to read Leo e as Caixas de Música, I've a giveaway for you! Just enter here until April 1st, and try to win! :D

sexta-feira, 25 de março de 2011

Leo e as Caixas de Musica - Ricardo Prado

PROMOÇÃO ENCERRADA!


Ter 14 anos não é fácil! Nossos pais não nos entendem, as matérias da escola são chatas, não sabemos lidar muito bem com as garotas...Quem é que nunca passou – ou está passando - por isso?

Com o Léo não é diferente. Seus pais foram para o exterior, suas notas não vão bem, seu melhor amigo começou a namorar. Ele seria um garoto como um monte de outros garotos que estão saindo da infância e indo para a adolescência. A diferença é que sua história tem trilha sonora. E das boas!
Com “Leo e as Caixas de Música”, primeiro livro da coleção “Trilhas, uma Viagem Musical”, você vai conhecer os conflitos e maravilhas da vida do Leo, que enquanto cresce, vai conhecendo o mundo do rock and roll.
Agora é pegar o livro, aumentar o volume e curtir!
Eu tenho lido muitas resenhas boas sobre esse livro, falando que você realmente se identifica com o personagem, porque muitos dos problemas que o Leo enfrenta durante o livro, são problemas típicos dos adolescentes, como ausência dos pais, garotas, notas e coisas assim. Porém, Leo consegue uma válvula de escape para esse problemas, que é a música, mas não coisas como Restart, NX Zero (desculpe fans, mas não. Eu não gosto deles) e sim, música como Janis Joplin, Beatles e Jimi Hendrix, que ele consegue através da antiga coleção de LPs que pertenceu ao pai dele e agora a avó dele está dando para ele. Leo começa a se apaixonar por música e leva os amigos junto com ele, formando a Confraria da Ponte, um grupo unido pela música e com isso, Leo amadurece durante o livro, experimentando sensações como amor, perda e amizade. O livro está a venda na Livraria Saraiva e quem quiser pode comprar. Se vocês se interessaram pelo livro, entrem nas redes sociais sobre ele, que lá vão ter todas as atualizações, além de posts sobre música e promoções!
Não deixem de dar uma conferida no booktrailer que foi feito para o livro. Eu achei ele tão bonitinho!



Mas agora é que vem a melhor parte! A Casa da Palavra, a editora por trás do livro, convidou o blog para uma parceria! YEY! E como eles são generosos, eles estão oferecendo um kit com 1 livro + uma surpresa irresistível para um leitor do A Book and a Cupcake!

Algumas regras básicas:
  • Morar no Brasil (ou ter um endereço de entrega no país)
  • Ter mais de 13 anos ou ter permissão dos pais para participar
  • Deixar um comentário dizendo "Eu quero curtir rock 'n' roll com o Leo!"
  • Preencher corretamente o formulário!
  • Inscrições abertas até as 23:59 do dia 1º/04/2011! (e não, não é piada.)
Números Extras:

  • Seguir @livrosdoleo no twitter (+1)
  • Seguir @petit_sayumi no twitter (+1)
  • Divulgar a promoção no twitter, facebook, skoob... Aonde você quiser. (Uma vez só por lugar. Não adianta divulgar todos os dias no twitter, porque só vai ser acrescentado um número!)
O sorteio será feito pelo random.org e caso alguma das regras não seja cumprida, o vencedor será desclassificado e será escolhido outro.

Obrigada Casa das Palavras pela parceria!

 

quinta-feira, 24 de março de 2011

Cover Insanity!

Lots of great book already have their cover reveled, but I didn't post any of them here. But today is a great day, because I read that Christopher Paolini reveled the cover for the fourth and last book of the Inheritance Cycle! YEEEY! 


The last book is going to be called "Inheritance" (a great name, in my opinion, for the final book) and it's going to be released in November of this year! YEEEEEES! In my country, it'll probably release in July of 2012. Who knows? 


Inheritance (Inheritance Cycle #4) by Christopher Paolini
Inheritance (Inheritance, #4)Not so very long ago, Eragon—Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider—was nothing more than a poor farm boy, and his dragon, Saphira, only a blue stone in the forest. Now the fate of an entire civilization rests on their shoulders.

Long months of training and battle have brought victories and hope, but they have also brought heartbreaking loss. And still, the real battle lies ahead: they must confront Galbatorix. When they do, they will have to be strong enough to defeat him. And if they cannot, no one can. There will be no second chances. 

The Rider and his dragon have come further than anyone dared to hope. But can they topple the evil king and restore justice to Alagaësia? And if so, at what cost?

This is the much-anticipated, astonishing conclusion to the worldwide bestselling Inheritance cycle.
I'm the only one who thinks that this dragon looks a lot like Saphira? That means that the last dragon is a female too? Maybe.

Besides that, I've other great covers of 2011 releases, that if I don't like the book, at the least I can keep it in my bookshelf, because the cover is gorgerous!


Supernaturally (Paranormalcy, #2)
A lot has changed in the six months since Evie escaped from the International Paranormal Containment Agency with her shape-shifter boyfriend, Lend. She finally has the blissfully normal life she’s always dreamed of, including: 1) A real live high school 2) A perfectly ordinary after-school job 3) Her very own locker (and by the way, rusted metal is every bit as awesome as she imagined) 
But Evie’s not-so-normal past keeps creeping up on her...and things get pretty complicated when you factor in: 1) A centuries-old, seriously decaying vampire stalker 2) A crazy faerie ex-boyfriend who is the perpetual bearer of really bad news 3) A major battle brewing between the faerie courts where the prize in question happens to be...Evie herself. 
So much for normal.
Really, I think that this cover is more beautiful than the first one. Really. 





Vanish (Firelight, #2)To save the life of the boy she loves, Jacinda did the unthinkable: She betrayed the most closely-guarded secret of her kind. Now she must return to the protection of her pride knowing she might never see Will again—and worse, that because his mind has been shaded, Will’s memories of that fateful night and why she had to flee are gone. 
Back home, Jacinda is greeted with hostility and must work to prove her loyalty for both her sake and her family’s. Among the few who will even talk to her are Cassian, the pride’s heir apparent who has always wanted her, and her sister, Tamra, who has been forever changed by a twist of fate. Jacinda knows that she should forget Will and move on—that if he managed to remember and keep his promise to find her, it would only endanger them both. Yet she clings to the hope that someday they will be together again. When the chance arrives to follow her heart, will she risk everything for love? 
In bestselling author Sophie Jordan’s dramatic follow-up to Firelight, forbidden love burns brighter than ever.
Jacinda didn't have red hair in the first cover? Why she's blonde now? But I liked this cover than the first one.

Those are some of greatest covers of 2011! In my opinion, of course. If I can, I'll buy them and them will look great in my bookshelf! 


And you? What cover that you are in love? :)

sábado, 19 de março de 2011

Review: Vixen (Flappers #1) by Jillian Larkin

Vixen (Flappers, #1)
Jazz . . . Booze . . . Boys . . . It’s a dangerous combination. Every girl wants what she can’t have. Seventeen-year-old Gloria Carmody wants the flapper lifestyle—and the bobbed hair, cigarettes, and music-filled nights that go with it. Now that she’s engaged to Sebastian Grey, scion of one of Chicago’s most powerful families, Gloria’s party days are over before they’ve even begun . . . or are they? Clara Knowles, Gloria’s goody-two-shoes cousin, has arrived to make sure the high-society wedding comes off without a hitch—but Clara isn’t as lily-white as she appears. Seems she has some dirty little secrets of her own that she’ll do anything to keep hidden. . . .  Lorraine Dyer, Gloria’s social-climbing best friend, is tired of living in Gloria’s shadow. When Lorraine’s envy spills over into desperate spite, no one is safe. And someone’s going to be very sorry. . . .  From debut author Jillian Larkin, VIXEN is the first novel in the sexy, dangerous, and ridiculously romantic new series set in the Roaring Twenties . . . when anything goes. (From Goodreads)
I love historical fiction. I really do. And I really like the 20 and 40, because everything seems to be so glamorous. So, the first thing who attracted me to Vixen, was the cover. I really loved it! Of course that dress wouldn't look good in me, but in the model, is pretty. 
Well, the story shows three differents POV. The main character, Gloria, her best friend, Lorraine, and her cousin, Clara. The girls have differents personalities, but they actions are interlaced in the story. Gloria was the typical good girl (you know, good grades, good daughter and things like that), but before her wedding with Chicago's most eligible bachelor, Sebastian Grey, she wants to get a little bad. So she decides to go to the most popular place at the moment, The Green Mill, to see how is to be a Flapper, and dancing all night and having great drink, but this decision is going to change her life. She mets the pianist Jerome Johnson, who plays with his band there, and the sparkles start. This is something that I didn't saw before. I liked that Jillian Larkin showed something that was unusual for that time: The interracial love. Isn't something that you see a lot in books. And I liked the way that the difficulties that Gloria and Jerome got because of that were shown. The reality was well portrayed. 
On the other hand, we've Lorraine, Gloria's best friend. I didn't like her since the beginning. She was selfish, stupid and most of time I felt that she was with Gloria, just because it gives popularity to her and because Gloria is close to Marcus, Lorraine's love interest. Maybe in the second book, she gets better, after all the trouble that she ended in the first one. 
And in the end, we've Clara, Gloria's cousin, who has a troubled past in NY, and was sent to take care of Gloria's upcoming wedding. Clara was my favorite character in the whole book, because since  the beginning we know what are Clara's intentions, but after some chapters we can see her little changes. In my opinion she was the character who has the most notable changes, through the book.
The guys play a important part on the book, because most of the girls decisions are taken because of the boys. Marcus, Jerome and Sebastian are major characters on the book, but I won't talk about them or else I'll give spoilers, and it wouldn't be fair.
I'm excited, waiting for the second book in this series, Ingenue, which comes out on August of this year. I read that lost of people thought that the Flappers series, are similar to Bright Young Things by Anna Godbersen. I've BYT in my TBR pile, and I'll read it, and after that I'll see if they're similar.


So I give to this book:


I really enjoyed this book!

quarta-feira, 16 de março de 2011

My Book Boyfriend (5)


Another two weeks without MBB. This is routine already, but I'm back!
Wednesday, which means that today is day of MBB :D This meme is hosted by The Unread Reader, in which we show to our readers, characters that we're drooling for! This week, I'll talk about my love of the week:

CHAZ PENDERGAST

  • Books that he's in: Queen of Babble series
  • Appearance: Chaz is tall and thin. He has brown hair and shiny blue eyes. And he loves to use baseball caps. (Sorry for the description, but I couldn't find any better description of him in the books u_u') 
  • Chaz has lots of degrees in philosophy, and he's studying to get more.
  • He wants to be a teacher.
  • He is the ex of Lizzie's best friend.
  • He is going to receive a good money after his parents death, because his father is a divorce attorney, and one of the most famous in NY.
  • He is best friends with Lizzie ex-fiancée.
  • Real name: Charles Pendergast, the Third.
  • Why he's my book boyfriend: Chaz is cute, loving and caring, but he knows how his girlfriend need a touch of the reality. And he even washed girls clothes (Yeah, he did it for his ex XD) or did cookies! I mean... Do you know any guy who does that and isn't gay? I don't.
  • Who would be my perfect Chaz: James Marsden. He looks a little nerdy, but he still is hot. And he looks a lot like the description of Chaz.
  • Scene that made me swoon: 
"I want to know everything," he says, slinging his backpack -we have not progressed to the point where either of us has a drawer at the other's apartment yet- onto my couch. "But first... how did it go at Ava's parents' place?"  

"Oh, Chaz..."And the next thing I know, I'm in his arms, and it's -I don't know how to describe it. It's completely different from being in my former fiancée's arms. Instead of feeling self-conscious and strange and awkward, the way I had when Luke and I hugged a little while ago, I feel safe and comforted and, most important of all, loved -completely and wholeheartedly loved- when Chaz's arms are around me. I close my eyes, letting his warmth envelope me, and suddenly the tears that hadn't been there with Luke show up.

"Whoa," Chaz says with a gentle laugh, kissing my cheeks. "It was that bad? They didn't like your drawings? How could they not have liked them? I've always loved your little stick woman. Did you put top hats on them? I love it when you put top hats on them."
Ok, wasn't me most romantic scene ever, but it was cute. Wasn't right? 

And you? Who is your Book Boyfriend of the week? :)

domingo, 13 de março de 2011

Some photos...

This Friday in the FF, we said a little about the person behind the blog. So, when I talked about my dogs and my weird family, I didn't have any pictures to show to you, but my sister got home today, and she had our camera with her, so that means... LOTS OF PHOTOS! YEY!


First, my cute-cute dogs:


This is Boris. Yeah, I know. It's not a very common name for a dog, but when my sister saw him, she looked straight in his face and said: "Your name is going to be Boris." In the end of the day, he only attended for Boris. It was weird. He's a Brazilian Fila, and I was reading that in places like NY and UK, you can't have one of those, because they're very dangerous, because they're primarily guard dogs, but Boris is a exception to the rule, just like my friend's Rotweiller. He's very friendly and loves to play, sleep and eat. The only person that he doesn't like is one of my sister's friends, but I don't like him either.
He's 6 years old. And yeah, he's tall. I believe that he's almost 1,70m (5,5 foot). and he loves to put his face in the window of our living room, and sometimes he like to give little bites in ankles to get some attention or food XD


This is Gloria. She doesn't have a definite race, but she's something between a poodle and a Shih Tzu, at the least that is what I believe. She's 6 years old, and she loves to run. And she loves to get someone to scratch her ears and her tummy. It's weird, but she's a only child. Her mom was with 10 years when she gave birth to her, and she was the only puppy who was born.
She loses about 2,7 pounds (6 kg) everytime that she gets wet. It's to much hair! hahahahaha










This is part of my family. We've my cousin (she's just like my twin... The only thing that he don't share is the parents. Everything else, we share. Birthday, Age, Parties and even presents XD), my grandmother, my grandfather, trying to hidden from the camera, my aunt, who loves a camera and my uncle. It's a scheme that in this photo, my aunt who makes weirds sounds wasn't here. It would be funny.



These are my parents. This a photo after a day walking for Montivideo, so this isn't their best appearance, but on Christmas we probably will have good pictures. I hope XD






Unfortunately, this is me XD But I don't mind if you still imagine me like the girl in the picture on the "About Me".









And in the end, this my sister. The girl who paints her nails seven times in 3 hours and loves to stole my camera. Oh God... I'm smelling nail polish again.






I think that I introduced everybody, but please... DON'T RUN AWAY AFTER THOSE PHOTOS! ;3;


sexta-feira, 11 de março de 2011

Friday Hops!

And Friday is here again! YEEES!





Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee's View and this week's question was made by Ashley of Bookaholic Does Blogging, and it's:




Q. Just like Ashley said (love it) "Ashley the girl..." who are You the Boy/Girl, instead of You the Blogger?


Well, my real name is Debora, but I don't like it. I'm 19 years old, and I'm in 3th year (5th semester) in the School of Pharmacy of PUCRS. One day, I'll be just like one of those guys that we see in Medical Detectives, Law & Order and something like that, but with the appropriate protection XD I live with my parents and my 15 year old sister and my two lazy, but cute, dogs. My family is completely insane. My grandmother loses something (varies from the dog to her cup...), my aunt loves a camera and my other aunt is always making weird sounds. Yeah, we aren't normal.


So... Who're you? :D

Book Blogger Hop

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jennifer of Crazy-for-Books and the question of this week is:

 "If I gave you £50 (or $80) and sent you into a bookshop right now, what would be in your basket when you finally staggered to the till?"

Oh... In the reality, I think that I would save the money, and spend it in March 29th, because it's when Lover Unleashed is released! hahahahah But, when the 29th comes, I would get:

















































And you? What you would buy? :D


quinta-feira, 10 de março de 2011

Ebooks x Print Books x Hardcovers

Hi guys! Almost a week without any post, isn't? Well, it's because of my college classes D: They started March 1st, and I stay there from 10am until 21pm, and it's a little hard to post, but I'll! I PROMISE! I love this blog too much to give up now! ahhahahaha
Oh well, today the post is about something that I thought that would be really interesting. At the least to me is. It's the constant fight between ebooks and print books, and I hardcovers have a place in the history. Since, I live in a country, where reading ebooks isn't a common pratice. Some stores are selling ebooks, but since all the devices for the kind of reading (Sony, Nook and the loved Kindle) are too expensive, even if you import them from US (they cost like 400$/500$, because of the damn taxes!). So the only way of reading them is by computer, MP3 or things like that. I've lots of ebooks, and they're great because:


  1. It's minus space that they use.
  2. They can't be crushed, get dirty or wet.
  3. They're cheaper than print books.
  4. If a publisher can't send a print book to the blogger, he can use Net Galley or trying to win a ebook, which is much more cheaper that sending the book.
But for all good things, we've the bad ones...
  1. Every time that you spend reading so much on this, makes your eyes hurt. At the least my eyes hurt. And my head too. It's just like when we get on a computer too long. 
  2. It's too risky to walk with a Kindle. I mean... You have less chance of being assaulted when you have a print book in hand than Kindle! XD
  3. I miss feeling the cover in my hand and turning the pages. Yeah, I miss the smell too.
  4. I miss putting them on my bookshelf. 
Of course, that is just my opinion. Everybody can love or hate ebooks or print books. It just a question of choice.

And besides that, I was thinking about hardcovers and paperback books. I love both of them, for different reasons. Hardcovers are beautiful! I love the covers and the felling that they pass to me, like they're one of those old books, of the time of my grandmother, but I'm always scared of taking them outside of my house, because I'm afraid that I'll drop them or something like that. They're bigger that paperback books and more heavier, and besides that more expensive, but come out before the paperback ones. Paperback books are smaller and lighter than hardback ones, but they're more simple, and I'm always scared that when I open the book too much it stays with it's spine marked, but sometimes their cover are better than the hardback ones.

And you? What you think? :)