It has been a while since I have done a TBR but I am here I am attempting a new TBR pile that I hope I get to this month. Some are new releases so I am really excited to get to them.
This is my current read and I am enjoying it so far. This book is a fantasy about a Princess named Theodosia whos county was taken over when she was six and for the past 10 years she has been held prisoner by the people who took over her country and killed her mother. Now she has to find the courage and strength to take back what is hers and put an end to the Kaiser.
Continue reading “Coming up in May”
A few weeks ago Zoe from ReadbyZoe announced that she will be hosting another 24 hour readathon on March 30th and of course I will be participating. This time around Zoe is going to be focusing on books that she is thankful for. I will link the video so you can get more information on the readathon. That being said I will now share with you what books I plan on reading during the readathon.
Since this readathon is all about gratitude all the books will be re-reads.
Continue reading “Zoe’s 24 Hour Readathon | Gratitude Edition”
I am finally doing a new book review! It has been almost two months since my last one. In fact I haven’t posted anything since my last review in January but I am hoping to post more starting right now. In this post I will be reviewing I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella. Kinsella is my favorite author so anytime she comes out with a new book I have to buy it and read it right away. That being said let’s get into this review.
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As 2018 comes to an end I wanted to share with you what my reading goals will be for the new year. Hope you enjoy.
1- Read more adult books: I read mostly young adult books so in 2019 I want to branch out more and read more in the adult area. Especially fantasy adult.
2- Read classics: I think this year I read maybe two classics so I want to make sure that I read more than that in 2019.
Continue reading “Reading Goals 2019”
I can’t believe that it has been almost a year since my last writing update. I would like to say that I have progressed a lot in my project but that would be a lie. I will say that there was a point where I wanted to just quit and that is why this update is so late. Long story short I decided that I shouldn’t quit and that I should give this project my all. I filmed a video called Writing Project: I don’t know what I am Doing where I go into detail about why I wanted to quit. Continue reading “Writing Update # 4: Changing things and NaNoWriMo”
This will be a short post of the books I read in August. I did read more during BookTube-A-Thon I did a separate wrap-up for that so if you want to know what I read during Booktube-A-Thon you can check out that post. Now on to the wrap-up.
1. War Storm (Red Queen #4) by Victoria Aveyard
Guys! I finally finished reading War Storm and it only took me over two months. I thought this was a good finale to a series and I gave the book 3.75 stars out of 5. I will be writing a review for War Storm one spoiler free and one with spoilers. So be on the lookout for those so you can get all my thoughts on War Storm. Also, that ending! Continue reading “August Summary”
I want to start off this review by thanking Tiny Fox Press for sending me Lifeline for review. This review will be spoiler free so read on with no fear.
I went into this book thinking that I wouldn’t get much out of this book mainly because I am more of a fantasy reader than a contemporary reader. But, I ended up really enjoying this book. Lifeline is the story of Eli who is a High School lacrosse team captain. One night at a party Eli ends up overdosing and is then sent to a teen rehab facility. This follows his journey to start his recovery. Continue reading “Review: Lifeline by Abbey Lee Nash”
This is going to be a short post on the books I read in July. Since I only read three books in July and I read most of it during the Biannual Bibliothon and Booktube-A-Thon I won’t be going into detail here. If you want to know more about these books you can check out my Biannual Bibliothon Wrap-up and my Booktube-A-Thon warp-up.
1. The Poison Apples by Lily Archer
Continue reading “July Summary”
On July 30- August 5th I participated in Booktubeathon which is a readathon created by Ariel Bissett. For the second year in a row, I decided to participate. This will be a little post of what I accomplished that week.
As you can see in the picture above I completed four of the seven challenges. I think I did a pretty decent job even though I do wish I was able to read more. Continue reading “BookTube-A-Thon 2018 Wrap-Up”
For the second year, I will be participating in BookTube-A-Thon which is a readathon that will be happening from July 30th-August 5th. Down below you will see the reading challenges and the books I will be reading for those challenges. Hope you enjoy!
1/ Let a coin toss decided your first read.
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