Happy Saturday, fellow bookworms! Hope you all had nice, sunny weather like we did here in Nottingham as I read outside today, starting to slowly work my way down the books I selected I’d like to read in May. As … Continue reading
Hello bookworms! It is Friday today and I am looking forward to start getting some planning done this weekend in my bujo; as my husband says: prior planning prevents poor performance. The March Maybe TBR needs a little bit of … Continue reading
It is December and I cannot believe it! I do not know when time passed by because I am so not prepared for Christmas. What I am prepared for is being off work since the 14th of December! YASSS!! And … Continue reading
Hi guys! It seems to that I am trying to catch-up with things, but I am finally updating you on what I have planned to read this November, but since it is already mid-November I thought it would be a … Continue reading
Hello my lovelies! It is Friday here in England and I am happy to say that our first day of the Read-a-thon just started! The funny thing is that I have completely forgot today it was the 25th and I … Continue reading
7 days of intense reading? Sign me up for the Booktube–a-thon!
For those who don’t know, the Booktube-a-thon is a weak long readathon involving competitions, twitter sprints, instagram and video challenges and it runs from the 24 of July to the 30th of July, and the rules are simple: follow the challenges and read 7 books until time’s up!
The 2017 Reading Challenges & my choices:
1/ Read a book with a person on the cover – The Secret Circle by L.J.Smith
2/ Read a hyped book – Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
3/ Finish a book in one day – Vampire Academy graphic novel by Richelle Mead and Emma Vieceli
4/ Read about a character that is very different from you – I am number four by Pitacus Lore
5/ Finish a book completely outdoors – Realm of Mindweavers- Book One: Tales of Golmeira by Marianne Ratcliffe
6/ Read a book you bought because of the cover – Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
7/ Read seven books – The summoning by Kelley Armstrong
In the meantime, as I was late posting this up, I have already finished reading Hush Hush and I will soon tell you what I thought about it! *Wink*
In the meantime don’t forget to interact on my Social Media, you know how much I like it!
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It’s that time again… and I’m late…. but here it is, finally, my July TBR!
The fearless by Emma Pass. I picked this one up because I totally loved the cover. I know, I’m shallow, but look how pretty it is! Anyway, don’t know much about this book, but seems to be the a sort of post-disaster book, maybe with some zombies. Don’t know, but I will find out!
Looking for Alaska and Paper Towns by John Green. I finished reading the Fault in our stars and I loooooooved it! So in the spirit of that, I have added these on as well.
Lost boys by Lilian Carmine. This is another handsome book cover (hah!) and the blurb was very interesting, promising an angsty, dark, paranomal romance? Girl meets Ghost? Yeah, right up my alley.
The night circus by Erin Morgenstern which seems to be about a circus (duh) that arrives in town without warning. This circus is only open at night and it promises, to me at least, some dark and wonderous creatures. Fingers crossed!
And last but not least, the novelisation of Wonder Woman by Nancy Holder. Oh boy, I could not resist picking that one up! I saw the movie and totally loved it. I am a huge fan of Wonder Woman and I am looking forward to read this whilst imagining Gal Gadot as the character.
This is the official list as I know that unofficially I will be picking more books and reading them because I am a complete and utter bookwhore! There, I said it!
If you have any recommendations for me, please comment down below and let me know if there is anything that you think that I might enjoy. I love receiving your recommendations.
Also, if you keep an eye out I’ll be soon posting a pool so you can choose some of the books I will read next month!