You’d think that after four days off, I’d feel a little more rested and relaxed than I do. Sometimes, I feel like my down time is more stressful than anything. All I know is I am ready to relax! Midweek Me Time came at the perfect time. I am kicking off Roar (Stormheart #1), by Cora Carmack. I decided to pick some products to feature here that I thought went well with my new read.
I am so excited to kick off a new weekly Wednesday feature: Midweek Me Time! Like most people, I get stressed out and by Wednesday, I just need a break. I decided to carve out a little time just for myself to read and relax. Aside from a brief share related to the Midweek Me […]
The premise for Keeper really grabbed my attention. I enjoy books where fantasy and reality meet, and that was certainly the case here. I couldn’t help but enjoy K.M.’s writing. From her unique plot to her well-developed characters, I was in from the go!
Traveler was one of my favorite reads so far in 2017! Check out the cover reveal for its follow-up, Dreamer, which is releasing in April of 2018.
I swear, I am always late the the party! I would probably still be missing it when it comes to Love & Gelato if it wasn’t for my booksta-buddies. Love & Gelato is a quick, easy read that is perfect for summertime, especially because the story is primarily set in the summer in ITALY.
The Dream Thieves picked up where The Raven Boys left off. However, I quickly discovered that the second installment of The Raven Cycle primarily focuses on the story of Ronan Lynch. The reader continues on the mission to uncover the mysteries of Henrietta and Glendower, but the point of view shifts to mostly that of Ronan. I started off reading this book slowly because, to be frank, I was not the biggest Ronan fan in The Raven Boys, but I learned to love him by the end of this book.
Shakesespeare seems appropriate: “And though she be but little, she is fierce.”
The beginning of this week marked one month that I have been an official member of the book community. After a month, my bookstagram and book blog are still small, but I plan to take the world by storm with them…eventually.
See what I received in and my thoughts on my May 2017 Fandom Adventures and Owlcrate book subscription boxes!
I ordered my copy of Wonderland from Amazon and finally read the synopsis once it arrived. I thought it sounded interesting, and it is not a big book, so I figured it would be a fun, quick read. I took far longer than I probably should have to read this book, and I believe that stems from a disinterest that set in fairly early. I struggled to get into Wonderland.
Do you read more than one book at a time? For awhile, I have gone back and forth about whether it is good for me to simultaneously read multiple books or just stick to reading one at a time. HELP!