I'm for the emotional air elemental! Thanks for the giveaway - I've wanted to read this ever since Tamora Pierce recommended the series (she's one of my favorite authors of all time)!Leanne
Interesting, I didn't know she had recommended it. I am completely team Sweaty Pirate.
i'm definitely for the emotional air elemental : ) thanks for the giveaway!!
Definitely "who needs a man"!
Gah, while I like strong femine characters there is just something about this one and her that I have a hard time liking.
team who needs a man!
team "who needs a man"?
Love the giveaway and def team who needs a man
I think I'd have to go with emotional air elemental!! Thanks for the giveaway!
Dude, sweaty pirates all the way! ;)Suz @ A Soul Unsungsusanhaugland@att.net
Agreed. Nate does a really good job making sweaty pirates seem desirable.
emotional air elemental FTW
the emotional air elemental
No there has been no book that enter my dreals which sucks because I really sucks because I would love to be a werewolf in my dreams T_T
When I read The Shining by Stephen King I had nightmares about the main character coming after me with an ax down the creepy halls of a hotel for months!! Of course, I couldn't get the really hot vampire sex dreams - I have to get the creepy haunted hotel dreams! LOL
Nice, the bad stuff seems to leak into my dreams as well.
I'm extra specially excited for this giveaway! <: That I can remember, no. No book has affected my dreams. I'm absolutely certain, though, that one has at some point. If only I could remember it.
What a great book choice! I have to admit that while reading the Harry Potter books I was always looking or reaching for my wand in my dreams! Crazy!
I really wanted to live in that world. How cool would it be to do magic?
haha ALL THE TIME I can't pick out one book because it happens so much :) , I can do magic, I shapeshift, I can see the future, so much!
The Harry Potter books starting with book 2 gave me crazy dreams. Thanks for the great giveaway.
Vampires and fairies all the time!
Speaking of vampires, I dreamed that Robert Pattinson was trying to ask me on a date and was completely uninterested. It was awesome. I was get away from me!
Stephen King's The Fog -- I was in 5th grade and never forgotCarla Cscarlettkitty at hotmail dot com
I once dreamed I was stuck on a spaceship after reading Across the Universe! I felt totally claustrophobic.
I still have to read that one. I wonder if I will dream likewise. Hmm. . .
A few weeks ago I had a nightmare that I was stuck in a tree and that people were hunting me. Later the next day I realized it was because I was reading The Hunger Pains (the parody of The Hunger Games) before bed.
Awesome. When I read Knife of Never Letting go the evil church villain leaked into my dreams. It was scary.
I had a dream with Draco, Harry, and Ron from Harry Potter :D
After reading The Hunger Games I had several different dreams over the course of about two weeks where I was in the Hunger Games.the imagine tree at aol dot com
I almost anything I do before bed will make it into my dreams, and that includes just about any book that I've read.Jennelle S
The book Switched by Amanda Hocking had me dreaming I was a troll princess in the kingdom of Trylle.sreis1987 (at) gmail (dot) com
Did you have green skin?
I remember reading books that made me dream I am a princess, or a troll that was hiding in cabinets. YEs, I know I am so weird.lilianxchengATgmailDOTcom
I actually dream of many of the books I read while I'm reading them. I actually remember dreaming of being with the wolves of La Push and Twilight when I was reading the series, and hanging with Harry and the gang when I was reading the HP series.Thanks for the awesome giveaway.
That would be a ton of fun.
Books often affect my dreams. Usually when I'm close to an ending and couldn't stay up any longer to read. My mind will sometimes make up strange endings >.<
Yep, I think that is exactly the point at which they bleed into my dreams. I don't want to sleep without finishing so my anxiety messes with my dreams. Sometimes I can't even get to sleep for hours if I am really into the book. I have started to just stay up so that I can at least get good deep sleep when I am asleep. Plus, it is just a good excuse for me to keep reading. I wouldn't want to have nightmares, right?
I know I have dreamed about the books I have read, but I don't remember which books those were.