Here are the books that I am planning on reading this August.
1. Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas
I have joined an online book club and this is the book for August. I am so excited to read it and discuss it with other readers. Continue reading “Coming Up in August”
Let’s make this introduction short and sweet. This is all the books I am planning on reading in July. Hope you enjoy!
1. Lifeline by Abbey Lee Nash
I received this book from Tiny Fox Press to review. I am currently reading this and I am enjoying it so far. It is different from what I am used to reading. This is the story of Eli who is the captain of the lacrosse team and ends up overdosing at a party. This follows the story of Eli going into rehab and starting his recovery. Continue reading “Coming Up in July”
Note! This is a re-upload. I somehow moved this to drafts so I had to publish it again. I don’t even know how that happened. SMH. This was originally published June 2017.
This past weekend I was able to attend BookCon in NYC, thanks to my friend Carleny for the early birthday gift. Carleny also has a book blog called Warning: Spoiler Alert check it out after you read this post. This post will be about my experience at BookCon and a haul on the things I got. Now, let’s get into it.
The first day of BookCon Carleny and I decided to get to the Javits Center by 8 am ( the show floor opened at 10 am). We know that people like to get their really early to be one of the first people on the show floor. So, I got up at 6 am and was out of my house by 7 am. Carleny and I got to the Javits at about 8:10 am. Guys, by that time there was already so many people there it was insane. Then we had to wait for the show floor to open at 10 am. After so much waiting they were finally letting us in, Carleny and I were on the show floor at about 10:15 am. The first thing we did was search for the booth where First In Line would be because we had received an email to go to their booth to pick up a Underlined Swag tote with a surprise box full of bookish fun. Let me tell you we had a little trouble finding the booth turned out they were in the Penguin booth. Continue reading “BookCon Day 1: Experience and Haul”
In today’s post, I will be sharing with you guys what I am planning on reading the next three months. Hope you enjoy.
1. What the Valley Knows by Heather Christie
- I received an ebook from Black Rose Writing for review. I am so excited to get to this book, it is a young adult contemporary about a girl who moves to a new town and gets involved with the popular football player. One night she and her boyfriend get into a car accident and she ends up forgetting something important. I do not know much about it but it has great reviews so I am looking forward to reading it.
Continue reading “Coming Up in April, May and June”
This post is going to be about my top 5 books that I can not wait to be released in 2018. They will be listed in publication date order. Hope you enjoy!
1) Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella
Release Date: February 13, 2018
About: Sylvie and Dan have been together for 10 years and have the best lives. One day at doctors visit they are told that they can live for another 68 years. Learning this they start to panic a little since 68 years together is a very long time. So they come up with a plan to keep things fresh and exciting in their marriage. They will come up with little surprises for each other so that their lives will never become boring. While doing this, things go wrong and secrets are revealed that begin to shake up their marriage in a way that they did not intend.
Thoughts: I love Sophie Kinsella’s writing and I can not wait to finally read this book. I know it’s going to be filled with laughter and surprise ( pun not intended) in true Kinsella style. Continue reading “Anticipated 2018 Books”
For my last post of 2017, I am going to share with you the top books that I read this year. That is my from the 24 books I read this year the ones that I enjoyed the most. I have reviews for all the books on this list, so if you want more information on the books or my thoughts on them you can check out my review. Now let’s get into this list.
1) My Not so Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella ( Stand Alone)
Read: 2/8/17- 2/11/17
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Chick Lit, Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 5 stars
Review: MNSPL Continue reading “Top Books of 2017”
This post is the mid-year book freak out tag! I am not sure who created the tag so if you know let me know in the comments so I can give them credit. Now let’s get into these questions.
1. Best book you’ve read so far in 2017.
My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella
– Loved this book! Sophie Kinsella never fails me. —> Review of MNSPL Continue reading “Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag”
On this post, I will be going into detail on my thoughts of King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard. This review will have spoilers so if you are looking for a spoiler-free review you can check mine out! (KC Review Spoiler Free). Now let’s get into this review.
Okay, let me start off by saying that I enjoyed the pacing for most of the book. Since Mare was taken by Maven as a prisoner I thought that her escape/ rescue was going to happen too quick. I thought that it might have been a chapter or two of Mare being held prisoner by Maven but it actually took a good portion of the book. Which I felt made it feel more realistic, also it took several tries for Mare to get away. I feel that sometimes in books or movies the rescue or escape happens the first try. So I really liked that, that wasn’t rushed. Continue reading “Book Monologue 6 : King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard”
This is going to be my spoiler free review of King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard. This review will be spoiler free for King’s Cage but it might have spoilers from Red Queen and Glass Sword so keep that in mind.
Red Queen: Spoiler free with Spoilers
Glass Sword: Spoiler free with Spoilers
About: King’s Cage started right where Glass Sword left off. Mare kneeling in front of Maven. For a good portion of the book, it is focusing on Mare and her trying to find a way to escape Maven. Continue reading “Review: King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard”
In this post, I will be discussing all the books I read in February and everything I plan to read in March. I think I had a decent reading month in February. So I am excited to share with you all, all my thoughts. Now on to the books!
1) Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
I started Cruel Beauty in January and was able to finish it in February. This book was okay. There were a lot of times while reading, that I really did not know what was happening. If certain things were explained more I feel that this book would have been a four or five-star book. Continue reading “February Summary and Coming up in March”