My Friday Love {63} – All Male Review Challenge – Reading Suggestions!

Posted 29 June, 2012 by Danny in Blog, Danny, Meme / 12 Comments

Happy Friday Welcome to our Friday Feature!

My Friday Love is a weekly meme, where we want to share what we loved during this past week. Each week we will ask a question about what you loved in this week. (This meme can easily combined with any other Friday meme, we don’t mind;) 

You might have noticed the awesome Review Challenge starting soon:

So in light of this awesometastic event, I have some Reading Recomendations for you! Of course, my list is by FAR not complete!

My Friday Love is…

The All Male Review Challenge!

So I deiced to put together a list of suggestions for you – ranging from free books, to great deals, to normal deals but still just awesome:))

Male POV & Authors – eBook Deals free – $2.99


Male POV’s from my list of awesome!



Male Authors

Featured at Bewitched Bookworms

Jeff Hirsch – male author, male POV | Dan Wells – male author, female POV | Robinson Wells male author, male POV | Tom Pollock – male author, female and male POV ( ready for pre-oder)

(Note, as an amazon affiliate all money goes into giveaways, web hosting and web design of the Bewitched Bookworms! Thanks for your support!) 


Woot!! So if you want to join the Challenge, maybe here are some suggestions!

I am so excited for this challenge!

Happy male Reading  and let me know what you are planing to read! 

Much Friday Love,

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12 Responses to “My Friday Love {63} – All Male Review Challenge – Reading Suggestions!”

  1. Yay for Under The Never Sky and Pushing The Limits. Those 2 books nailed the male POV perfectly ! 🙂
    I just bought What a Boy Wants this week. I’ve heard how great it is ! 🙂
    Oh and you should totally read Something Like Normal, yet another book which perfects the male POV.
    I’ll have to check out the other books you’ve mentioned soon.
    Happy Friday !

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    Danny 6/29/2012

    Oh I’m happy you bought What A Boy Wants and I hope you like it :))) I didn’t know Something Like Normal has a male POV! Thanks for telling me :))
    Happy Friday!
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  2. Oooo awesome list Danny! I can’ t even explain to you how much I loved Pushing the Limits! I’m now dying for Beth’s story:) And I’m super excited for The City’s Son, and, of course, your roundtable of awesomeness.

    Also, I miss your face:(

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    Danny 6/29/2012

    Gosh wasn’t Pushing The Limits amazing??ß Noah and Echo was such amazing characters! I loved them so much! so heartbreakingly broken … *sniffles*

    I miss you like crazy ;( we really had too little timt together it was so sad!
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  3. Thanks for some suggestions! You didn’t put Storm on there. Doesn’t that count?
    And From What I Remember? I wasn’t sure if Jeff’s books were YA or not. Are the Iron Druid Chronicles?

    I have What a Boy Wants-what a great deal! Pushing the Limits which I can’t wait to read, The In His Eyes anthology which is FREE, The Vicious Deep, Storm (thank you for making me read it!) and From What I remember to review that week. I’m including them all in the giveaway. Well, except the freebie. And From What I Remember is a separate giveaway b/c the author is donating a copy.

    I loved Of Poseidon. I have so many books I could list for the giveaway, but they all seem to revolve around water, so I’m glad you put up some other ones.

    Thanks Danny!
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    Danny 6/29/2012

    I was thinking about adding storm… You are perfectly right! And damn it! N forgot to add From What I … Loved this book so much. Jeff books count, while Jenny Pox might be more upper YA, the Fairy books definitely are!

    Now that you mention it, the Iron Druid might be more adult although I think they can be totally enjoyed by young adults too..

    I’ll update the list to add a few more over the next days and add a direct link to the sidebar!!!

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  4. Ohh Pushing the Limits <33 My preciouuusss!! Absolutely adore that book.

    I recently finished The Lost Code, which is by a male author *and* from a male perspective! It was a super awesome book. I loved the moments where he does the male equivalent of girls overanalyzing guys and worrying about if they're saying/doing the right things around their crush 😀 Plus, it's a great dystopian book.
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  5. I love this post, but I’m missing something because I can’t see the suggestions. 🙁

    What did I miss? I want my boys! LOL
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    Missie, The Unread Reader 6/30/2012

    I just figured out what the problem was. My stupid ad blocker. Okay, now I can see. Now I am happy! 🙂
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  6. Iman

    A great male POV series is Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan, it’s MG , but great. And Artemis Fowl is really good too (for some reason, i’m into MG these days)…Variant is awesome, I can’t wait for the sequel! I haven’t read Under the Never Sky yet, but my friends tell me it’s great, so hopefully I’ll read it soon…

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  7. My favorite Male Author is Chris Bohjalian. I picked up his new book, THE SANDCASTLE GIRLS, at BEA (where I met you!). I also like Justin Gustainis, who writes a paranormal snarky noir crime series (HARD SPELL and EVIL DARK) Which are also male POV. In general I read women writers and stories about women. But I plan to do an “Out of Genre Experience” and read Chris’ new book soon!

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