Book Launch; Stepping Into More by Rachel Karu

Posted on 28 February, 2013 by Faye - 3 Comments

Happy Thursday!

It’s here! Today is an official book launch day for Stepping Into More by Rachel Karu! To celebrate the launch, the author is organizing a giveaway with awesome prizes!

Stepping into More by Rachel Karu

Life is meant to be lived
with purpose.


Before Rachel Karu could speak, she longed to be a singer and
performer.  But like all of us, Rachel was born with Gremlins – inner voices that hate change and demand the status quo. These perpetual tapes clung to her mind like shackles threatening to derail her at every turning point. At the lead of Rachel’s gang of Gremlins was the toughest of them all: Perfectionism.

In STEPPING INTO MORE: Lessons from a Recovering Perfectionist, Rachel details her personal journey of wrangling and ultimately co-existing with her Gremlins. We are born with strengths and development areas. Our goal is to create a fulfilling life. But we all need some guidance along the way.

Intended as a tool, this guide offers support as you grapple with your own Gremlins and higher self, so that you learn how to make clear, conscious choices that lead to a wonderful expansive life.   Rachel’s story and the reflective questions at the end of each chapter are designed to serve as a stepping stone for you to reconnect to and honor your passions, values, and dreams.

Advance Praise

 “Rachel writes this books as only a recovering perfectionist can!  In an unabashed, tell-it-like-it-is style she draws you into her story and reveals the peaks and valleys of her journey.  Through colorful narrative, she brings her story alive and, in so doing, helps you ponder yours. Only read this book if you’re not afraid to have your dreams come true!”~ Sharon
Jordan-Evans, executive coach & keynote speaker, co-author, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em:  Getting Good People to Stay and Love It, Don’t Leave It:  26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work.

 “With candor and humor Karu shares the fears and insecurities experienced by so many women and instills hope that you really can step into more.” ~ Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D., author of Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office

 Rachel’s book is a fantastic read for anyone who is struggling from being a perfectionist.  As a business coach I often see this personality type and people struggle to satisfy themselves and the lives of others around them.  Rachel has brilliantly shared her life long story on how to recover
with amazing self improvement questions at the end of each chapter. I highly recommend this book because let’s be honest, nobody is perfect!
” ~ Tammy Burnell Business Coach

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Happy launch day, Stepping Into More!
Happy reading!


Posted on 28 February, 2013 by Faye - 3 Comments

Random House Book Swap!

Posted on 27 February, 2013 by Faye - 6 Comments

Hey Guys

So, with the blogging event being in under two weeks, I thought I would post a list of books I have that I’d be willing to bring with me for any who wants them! Some have never been read so are in pristine condition, others have only been read once so are still in fairly good condition – I don’t damage books! You can either comment on this thread, tweet me (@daydreamin_star) or send me an e-mail!

Books on Offer

Turf by John Lucas
Dance of Shadows by Yelena Black Celine
Bringing the Summber by Julia Young
Moa by Tricia Stewart Shiu
Stray by Monica Hesse (unread)
The Secret of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen
The Girl With the Iron Touch by Kady Cross (unread)
In The Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
Struck by Jennifer Bosworth
Invincible by Sherrilyn Kenyon
The Witches of the Glass Castle by Gabriella Lepore
Scarlet by A. C. Gaughen
How I Found You by Gabriella Lepore
Now Is Good by Jenny Downham
Murder for Choir by Joelle Charbonneau

If you see a book you like, let me know and once a book has been requested I will strikethrough it on the list above.


Posted on 27 February, 2013 by Faye - 6 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday; Auto-Buy List

Posted on 26 February, 2013 by Faye - 10 Comments

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Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week a new topic is given and this weeks topic is Auto-Buy list

There are a few authors who I adore to pieces and it does not matter what they write, I would be first in line to buy and read their next novel. Here are just ten of them!

  1. Brigid Kemmerer; Author of the elemental series and one who is simply kick-ass. If you haven’t read her work, I couldn’t recommend it strongly enough!
  2. Julie Kagawa; An author that inspires me so much. Everything she writes just gets better and better.
  3. Hannah Harrington; anything she writes I will read. ANYTHING.
  4. Louisa Reid; She has such a lovely way with words and I LOVE Black Heart Blue. Looking forward to reading more from her.
  5. John Green; NEW AUTHOR LOVE ALERT. So, I haven’t yet read all of his books due to the fact that I’ve only just been introduced to his awesome talent but from now on…
  6. Malorie Blackman; Kind-of. I haven’t read EVERYTHING she’s written yet because, well, there’s a LOT out there. But everything new she writes? I’m there!
  7. J.K. Rowling; She was my childhood favourite author, and I will probably always read work written by her. Though I’m not sure anything will ever beat Harry Potter
  8. Veronica Roth; Again, she could write ANYTHING and I would buy it in a flash, no questions asked.
  9. Tammarra Webber; I’m behind on her books too, but anything else she has coming out, I will buy as soon as it arrives, or pre-order!
  10. Celia Ahern; Possibly my favouritist author EVER. (yes, I said favouritist, yes, it is a word now.) Anything she writes I will read. Yes, yes, yes. A hundred times YES.

And that’s my lot! What about you? Which authors are on YOUR auto-buy list? Do we have any the same?


Posted on 26 February, 2013 by Faye - 10 Comments

Monday’s Movie Musings; Beautiful Creatures (2013)

Posted on 25 February, 2013 by Faye - 11 Comments


Monday’s Movie Musings is a new feature here at A Daydreamer’s Thoughts. The idea of this feature is to have all of my movie things occuring in one place. Whether it is a review, article, or something else, this feature will just be all about movies.

This week I have a review of Beautiful Creatures for you all.

beautiful creaturesDirected By: Richard LaGravenese
Adapted By: Richard LaGravenese
Book Written By: Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Production Company: Warner Bros Entertainment
Main Cast: Alden Ehrenreich, Alice Englert, Jeremy Irons, and Emma Thompson
Format: Cinema {OUT NOW}
Add It: IMDB

(From IMDB) Ethan longs to escape his small Southern town. He meets a mysterious new girl, Lena. Together, they uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town.

There Is

After reading Beautiful Creatures last month, I really struggled to see why so many people were doting on the book. The characters weren’t likeable, the story was ruined by an awful ending, and the descriptions were long, unnessecary, and wholly boring. When it comes to the film, I decided to take the risk and see it to see if it managed to salvage the few good things I did like about the book. It is, therefore, with sadness that I now write this review because while the film was different from the book, it just wasn’t good enough to make me like it. I was needing this film to “wow” me, and it just didn’t.

A Hidden Curse

Taking the book out of the equation, I felt that the plot had a few fatal flaws. The film itself felt very rushed, leaving important details unexplained to audiences so tey had to bumble along in the dark. It also meant that the relationship between Lena and Ethan just happened so fast that there was no way to sort of show the build up of the emotions there – in my opinion. The final action scene was slightly less confusing than it was in the book, but the ending was still a large cop-out and not readily explained. I have a feeling many audience members simply wouldn’t understand the hows or whys, which is not a great thing for a film. I, obviously, had preconceptions about the film but I tried to look at it with open eyes but this films plot just did not work for me.

That Must

Ethan Wate is a good character in this film. You get a good feel for who he is and Alden Ehrenreich acted the part really well. You could appreciate his character. Lena was also a better character in the film than in the book, she was less whiny and more – full-speed ahead – but I’m still not sure if I liked her. Alice did do a good job acting the part and really suited the character though. Emma Thompson and Jeremy Irons were my favourite actors in this film bu far. Emma was absolutely outstanding in her performance and really made Mrs Lincoln everything I imagined her to be. Jeremy brought Macon to life really well also, you could really manage to capture the essence of his character and his actions which helped to make the film just a little bit more bearable.

Be Broken

The biggest thing that put me off this film was the CGI. In places it was spectacular and really worked well within the story but in others it was downright apalling. There were too many places where CGI was unnecessary but was used “simply because they could” and that, for me, really distracted me and pulled me further away from the film. I couldn’t become fully invested in the film when all I could see in front of me were flaws. There were also a few metaphor moments that had me rolling my eyes in agony at the simplistic and just over-used use of them. The cinematograpy was well used in the film, as were costume and sound effects. I just found it difficult to look passed the CGI which ended up reminding me of low-budget films even though this didn’t seem to be low-budget at all. Though, of the two friends I went with, I was the only one with major issues with the CGI so I know this is probably more of a personal thing to me than anything else!

To Save Her

By the end of the film, I couldn’t summarise my thoughts on the film. In fact, even now I’m unsure if I really hated it or if I just wasn’t expecting it, or what. But I do know that I definitely didn’t love it. It wasn’t a film that finished with me sitting in awe and wondering how something so amazing could have been created, but then, I also just never really expected this film to cause that reaction in me. I do know a few people who have really enjoyed this film but I just found that I personally couldn’t deal with it. Although, aside from the CGI, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what it was that irritated me so much about the film. I think, essentially, the fact that everything I did actually like in the book failed to appear in the movie didn’t help the situation any. And I was spending too much of the film confused and trying to remember if this was a new plot point or not was a bit of an issue as well. I think this book has the potential to be liked, in the same way that Twilight was liked, but it just was not the right film for me personally.

two out of five hearts

Have you seen this film yet? What are your thoughts? Or, if you haven’t seen the film, will you?


Posted on 25 February, 2013 by Faye - 11 Comments

Weekly Highlights; The Love-A-Thon Edition

Posted on 24 February, 2013 by Faye - 2 Comments

weekly highlights

Weekly Highlights is a new feature here at A Daydreamer’s Thoughts and will be a post highlighting things that happened on and off the blog. It is inspired by The Story Sirens In My Mailbox, Books, Biscuit and Tea’s Showcase Sunday, Kimba Caffeinated’s Sunday Post, and the British Letterbox Love.

In the feature I won’t mention everything I received, nor every post I wrote during the week but will simply feature a selection of things I wish to spotlight a second time around.

Post Highlights

I posted three reviews this week;
Outside by Shalini Boland (FOUR HEARTS)
The Clearing by Shalini Boland (FOUR HEARTS)
Looking For Alaska by John Green (FOUR HEARTS)

I got a new skin! Did you notice? ;) Got any comments or find any errors, let me know here

My Thursdays Special Spotlight this week was My Soul to Take by Rachel Vincent, check out why I think you should read it here

For Behind the Blog this week I spoke about libraries and how much they have meant to me as I grew up. To find out exactly why I love libraries, and to tell me why you do, check out my post here

Yesterday I participated in the Book Blogger Love-a-thon and posted quite a few different things, to see the array of posts I wrote, feel free to click here

Blogger Spotlight

My wonderful blogger spotlight Michelle wrote a really great post on British Authors for the blog this week. You can check out five of her favourite authors and information on books they have coming out this week by simply clicking here

Around the Blogosphere

Emily wrote a really interesting post this week on DNFing books, click here to read her thoughts and add your own!

Raimy admitted to being a book hoarder and being terrible at keeping on top of her Kindle books. I am the same way and found the post interesting to read, check it out here and see if it’s the same for you.

Knowing which book to read next can be a daunting task. This week Gaby has spoken all about trying to decide what to read by genre but then, how do you place books in genres? This is a great post that I really think you should go and check it out here

Ever wonder about the way phones affect our lives? Hop on over to this AMAZING post by Book Rock Betty to get an idea. I really loved this post, just fyi!

Letterbox Love


This week I only got one piece of mail but what a piece of mail it was! I was forunate enough to win a goody bag from Hooked on Books and just look at all the cool things I got!


I got a tote bag, four bookmarks, three posters, two ARCs, a make-up bag, a nail file, and some lip balm! Looking forward to using and reading it all :D Thank you so much to Bloomsbury for this giveaway!

And there you have it, my Weekly Highlights!

I hope to visit all posts of this manner, so feel free to link to your own IMMs, Sunday Showcase, Sunday Posts, Letterbox Loves or whatever it is you do below!

what did you get this week? what cool blog posts did you stumble upon? what are you waiting to happen this week?


Posted on 24 February, 2013 by Faye - 2 Comments

Book Blogger Love-A-Thon; Mini-Challenge #4!

Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 15 Comments


Don’t worry, I haven’t suddenly lost my mind by skipping from #2 to #4. Instead, I decided not to participate in the third mini-challenge because playlists are just NOT my thing at all. For this challenge, I am writing a letter to my old blogger self. I’m not really sure how this is going to go but it’d be interesting to see where it goes.

Dear Past Faye

I see you sitting there, on your bed, with your mind full of ideas and inspiration, with your keys fumbling over the keyboard as you write your very first review to post on your blog. You’re thinking it out, working hard on it to make it unique and different, entertaining and fun, but I just want to tell you to stress a little less because that first review will be the one you’ll hate the most. As much as it seems like an amazing review today – and hey, it probably is still a great review, don’t take me the wrong way! – but it will not be anywhere near as good as your reviews once you get your own unique style flowing. These first reviews you write will be your pencil lines before the pen and paint arrives. It’s important, incredibly so, but soon it will no longer be seen.

While you may think that you’ll only be having this blog for a side hobby, something to do to help you get a better portfolio for work, and to share your love of writing, books, and films, I just want to warn you now that it will quickly become something so much more than that. You’ll find that your blog will always be on your mind but you also won’t mind because it will mean so much to you. It’ll be that small salvation to your jumbled up life that you never even knew you needed until it was just there. Suddenly, it’ll be the thought of NOT having a blog anymore that will cause your heart to ache and your breathing to become heavy, and you’ll know that you will be blogging for many years to come.

But don’t think it’s always going to be a walk in the park. It’s going to get hard along the way. There will be battles you’ll have to overcome, real life that will get in the way, and stress that you just can’t stop but feeling will occur but I just have to let you know that it will all be worth it. It may seem like it’s time to chuck in the towel some times but I promise that if you hold it altogether and just push through it, the rewards on the other side will be absolutely amazing and you really will soon be looking back in happiness because you did it. You stuck with it and you’re so much better off because of that.

Also, you may think that as soon as you hit “publish”, you will be entering a world of worry and lonliness, and you won’t have a clue where to reach out to get people to follow you or how to really communicate with other bloggers but with the help of some amazing friends – they will be friends soon – the journey will be made ten times better. You’ll learn all about Goodreads – a site you’ll wish you knew about growing up – you’ll get better at HTML, you’ll make a lot of graphics – and you’ll soon learn about the amazing Windows Live Writer as well.

What I’m really trying to say is that when you do finally get that first post out there and start marketing your blog, it’ll be the best decision you ever make and you will never forget it.
Trust Me.

Future Faye


Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 15 Comments

Book Blogger Love-A-Thon; Mini-Challenge #2!

Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 15 Comments


Mini Challenge #2

The second mini-challenge is book spine poetry! Hope you like the poem I’ve come up with! :D

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Slated Dreams,
The Beautiful and the Cursed.
Black Heart Blue;
How I Found You.


Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 15 Comments

Book Blogger Love-A-Thon; Mini-Challenge #1!

Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 16 Comments


Mini-Challenge #1

The first mini-challenge of the day is to link up to our favourite bloggers for specific things! There are four different categories!

Best Reviews
Brodie @ Eleusinian Mysteries
Sarah @ Saz101
Raimy @ Readaraptor!
Sophie @ So Many Books, So Little Time

Best Discussion Posts
Alexandra @ Alexandra Scribbles
Rachelia @ Bookish Comforts
Cait @ The Cait Files
Lucy @ ChooseYA

Best Blog Layout
Vicky @ Books, Biscuits & Tea
Daphne @ Winged Reviews
Hollie @ Music, Books and Tea (bias?)
Dani @ Pen to Paper

Best Personalised Posts
Michelle @ Fluttering Butterflies
Melissa @ Melissa’s Midnight Musings
Gaby @ Queen Ella Bee Reads
Jen @ At Random

Woooah. That was harder than I thought it would be! There are so many more blogs out there that I wish I could have included in there! Just know that I love each and every one of you like crazy as well!
Hope you enjoy my picks! :D


Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 16 Comments

Book Blogger Love-A-Thon; Interview Swap!

Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 7 Comments


Hey Guys!
So today, for 24 hours only, it is the Book Blogger Love-a-thon! It is a day to share book blogger love across the blogosphere in a variety of ways! To begin this wild and fun day, I have for you an Interview Swap with fellow blogger Claie @ Project to be Read! We both chose four questions each and then answered all eight for each other. So hop on over to Claie’s blog now for my answers, or continue scrolling to see Claire’s!

Bookish Questions

Do you have a favourite genre to read? If so, what is it? If not, what are your top three?
A favourite??? Just one??? I love anything with a paranormal element to it, whether it’s YA or adult. I’m also a big fan of urban fantasy (although it’s been a while since I read any) and cozy mysteries :)

Are there any books/genres that you feel you will never read?
I’m pretty flexible with what I read so I don’t really want to rule anything out. That said I won’t read anything that is judgemental or prejudiced against anyone. I’m very much about equality and personal freedom so any kind of “x is wrong” type statement tends to drive me up the wall.

What are your top five books and why?

  • Right now The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead is top of my list. It was an awesome read and it has Adrian Ivashkov!! I prefer the Bloodlines series to Vampire Academy so I’m really happy to see each book surpass the last.
  • Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater is one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever read and is a really unique take on werewolves. I also love that it’s a true love story as opposed to a falling in love story as there is no distracting relationship drama.
  • Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh combines the best parts of paranormal romance and urban fantasy, providing a swoonworthy romance alongside some impressive and complex world building.
  • Book of Shadows by Cate Tiernan is not only an excellent start to a great series, but also the book that moved me from being a reader to being a reader. Since then I’ve read more and more, and I still usually reread the series at least once a year.
  • Last but not least is Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder which was my gateway book to fantasy. She managed to take a genre I had zero interest in and make it a passion, all in one book :)
If you could live in the world of any book or series (as yourself), which would you pick?
I think I’d like to live in the world of The Hollows by Kim Harrison. Paranormals are out of the closet after an epidemic so the world is full of witches, vampires, werewolves, pixies and demons. It would be a really fun world to live in, close enough to our own to feel normal but different enough to be interesting.

Bloggish Questions

Name five bloggers who inspire you or who you just love.
Vicky @ Books, Biscuits and Tea
Jenni @ Jenni Elyse
Mist @ Bookaholics Book Club
Faye @ A Daydreamer’s Thoughts
Angela @ Reading Angel

Blogging can get tough, what makes you look past that to continue blogging?
Remembering all the highlights of blogging – the first review book I was offered, the first comment on my blog, my first readathon and twitter chat. Then I make myself a huge cup of tea and spend some time looking back through my old posts and catching up on my favourite blogs to recapture my inspiration.

What do you love most about blogging?
Definitely the community :) Other bloggers are generally really supportive and chatting with other bloggers means you can talk about pretty much anything. I’ve lost track of the amount of blogging tips and tricks and book recommendations I’ve gotten.

If you could travel back in time to when you started your blog, what piece of advice would you give yourself?
Schedule! It took me ages to figure out that I could schedule blog posts in advance, but realistically there will be days where you aren’t able to blog or just don’t want to so scheduling can really help. My blog has ended up with some gaps in posting due to ill health so I really wish I’d gotten into the habit of scheduling earlier to have prevented that.

Thank you so much for answering all the questions Claire! It was so much fun to work with you on this! If you want to see my answers, head over to Claire’s blog by simply clicking here

I also apologise to my followers, today will be a “many posts” in one day kind of day!


Posted on 23 February, 2013 by Faye - 7 Comments

Behind The Blog #42; Many Different Worlds

Posted on 22 February, 2013 by Faye - 5 Comments


Behind the Blog is a meme to help bloggers connect their life and interests to the content showcased on their blog. The co-hosts, Faye, Kathe, and Melissa will provide a different topic, idea, or question every week that bloggers can relate to themselves and the books, films, or other media they find interesting!

So on February 9th 2013, it was National Library Day in the UK and as a new library assitant, I feel it is my duty to make this weeks topic be about the library! Therefore, this week, I would like you to talk about your library, or your memories of your library. Do you, or have you ever, used a library? Does yours have a good selection? Are there any things about libraries that you love or hate? What would you recemmond your library do?
In relation to books and films; what libraries have made you awe? What libraries have you wished you had been able to visit yourselves?

I know it may seem that I only recently started waving the Library Flag because I started working in one but the truth is, I have always been an avid library fan. Growing up, we used to have a mobile library turn up at the bottom of our road once a fortnight and my mum would take my sisters and I there all the time. Then when I went to my secondary school, I spent most of my lunchtimes sitting between the shelves reading the books I had checked out. It was amazing to me as my mum never really had enough money to buy us lots of new books so when I couldn’t buy them, I was still able to read them and enjoy them. And, when I found a gem, or an author I loved, I made sure to buy the books. (Which occured with Malorie Blackman, Kevin Brooks & Anne Rice).

A lot of my memories actually occur around libraries, possibly because I also just feel most comfortable around books. When I was in college, even though there weren’t as many fiction books to text books available, I would often hang out in the library with my friends where we would either all be reading or just sitting around and talking. Then, at university, the library became essential as text-books were often too expensive to purchase, especially if you were looking at a book for just one essay! But also, the library was a place to go that was quiet, with an amazing view that made it easier to concentrate on my work. Not that it always worked but most of the time I got a lot of work done in the library that I struggled to get done in my room. Then there was the county library that I would go to, to get my fiction fix and it was a great library with a vast selection of books that I enjoyed going to but I actually didn’t do much more than just collect books and return them, unfortunately.

Then, of course, I returned home after university ended and did a volunteer programme for my local library. The “Summer Reading Challenge”. This may be my greatest (or second greatest compared to working there) memory of libraries. For this volunteering job, I would sit in the children’s library on select days throughout the summer and children between the ages of 4-11 would come up to me and tell me about all the books that they had been reading. It was such an experience to not only hear children describe the stories they read but to actively encourage them to read more by awarding them for their efforts every time they read two books. It was so amazing and truly rewarding. It is why I have a suspicion that libraries will be around for longer than many think.

So, if you haven’t already guessed, libraries have always been a big part of my life and they will probably always play a large part in them. But then again, if you’d asked me if I’d ever work in a library when I was younger I would have just looked at you dumbfounded, not because I didn’t want to work in one but because it was a dream for me, and yet, here I am, living the dream. At first it was scary, there was (and still is) so much to learn, so much that you have to know and get your head around that I felt a little like a shark out of water. I still liked working there, enjoyed going there and being at work but it was also very overwhelming but now, three months down the line, I am feeling a lot more confident. I feel like I know what I’m doing or feel confident enough to ask a colleague if I don’t and that means more to me than everything. To me, the library will always be a special place and even if I no longer work in one, I am certain that I will continue to visit libraries for many years to come.

What about you? Do you visit your library often?

Unlike many children who loved Beauty and the Beast for its ordinary girl falling in love with a beast, I loved the film because of Belle and all of her bookworm tendencies but also because of the library. It is my dream to have a house with a library that big one day!

Then there was the library in Harry Potter that I adored in the books and was enamoured with in the movies. It looks so big and amazing. Besides, books that talk, move, scream, flip randomly? Sounds scary but also pretty damn cool! Could you even imagine the endless possibilities?

Finally, while I wasn’t a fan of the book, some of the mentions to libraries and all of their wonderful functions in Beatuiful Creatures did cause me to smile.

There are so many more books and films with libraries in, and big amazing ones at that, but my mind is drawing this big old blank as it normally does *rolls eyes*, but these ones were the few that stuck in my mind for now.

What books and movies show libraries that you like?

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Posted on 22 February, 2013 by Faye - 5 Comments