1. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir. THAT COVER THO. It’s sooo gorgeous!! Love me some high fantasy! 2. Illuminae by Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman. Um, JAY KRISTOFF. I would trade my firstborn for an ARC of anything new by Jay. 3. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. The cover is lovely, and I enjoyed Throne of Glass. I know the world will be awesome! 4. Ensnared by A.G. Howard. I love […]
The End of Year Book Survey is hosted by Jamie @ The Perpetual Page Turner Reading Stats Number of books you read: 60 Number of re-reads: 2, The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong and Linger by Maggie Stiefvater Genre you read the most from: Fantasy or Dystopian Best in Books 1. Best book you read in 2014? Endsinger by Jay Kristoff, hands down! 2. Book you were excited about & thought you were going to love more but didn’t? There were […]
So, Monday I got a wild hair and went on a mass deleting spree. I had a lot of random, weird books on my TBR list and it was driving me crazy! I went from 1400 something books down to 720. Crazy, right? (I’m kicking myself now for not screenshot-ing!) There were SO many books were I was just like, “WTF is that? Was I drunk when I added this?” I think many of them were books I added when […]
What do all of these books have in common? I HAVE THEM. ALL OF THEM. Some of them I’ve had for months (*coughs*Murder Complex, over a year). Sadly, I’m playing crazy catch up on my Rewind and Fur & Fangs challenges (because I slacked in the beginning), so I don’t have time to get to any of these until January. Unless by some miracle I get ahead of my challenges (not likely). SIGH.
Movies are a subject I’m almost as passionate about as books. I don’t talk about them nearly enough on here, since this is technically a “book blog.” But I want to be able to discuss everything I’m interested in on my internet space, so I may start doing some more non-bookish things. (Who knows!) Without further ado, The top five 2015 movies I’m DYING to see! 1. Jurassic World GUYS, I have been waiting 13 years for this movie. THIRTEEN. […]
I’ve seen a few people on Goodreads who will be reading the 3rd (or sometimes 4th) book in a series, complaining about how it’s not any better than the last two (or three), or it sucks; or have marked it as to-read and say things like “I don’t even know why I want to read this after the last two” or “this book had better not be as terrible as the last two.” Upon looking at their profile, I see […]