Thanks to Jamie for hosting another great year of the End of Year Book Survey (!!!!!) FYI Here’s my 2013, 2014, & 2015 surveys if you want to check those out too. Now…let the survey COMMENCE. Total Number of Books Read // 46 Total Number of Re-Reads // SEVEN (Shadow & Bone, Once Upon a […]
Well, I’m back! After two weeks of traveling up and down and all around Peru via plane, train, car, bus, boat, and even bicylcle taxi I am finally back in the States and back at home. But two weeks was a long time, and I managed to pick up some knowledge about reading while constantly […]
Hey all! So a long time ago (Like back in December) Rin over at Under Covers tagged me in the To Be Read Tag. As you know, life just tends to get in the way whenever some thing fun comes along (lol), but here I am, ready and raring to share this tag with all […]
The End of Year Book Survey is one of my favorite parts of December. The perfect way to end the year, Jamie of the Perpetual Page Turner writes and updates an awesome end of year survey for book bloggers. For more info about the survey, click here. This is my third year of participating. My […]
‘Let’s Have Dinner’ is an original feature here on the blog. It was inspired by Jamie’s ‘If We Were Having Coffee’. On Jamie’s post, she catches her readers up on what is currently going on in her life, reading and non reading wise. My posts are more collaboration with other bloggers. Click here to read […]
School is finally over, so June was the month of READING. Finally, I felt like was being starved during the school year. I traveled a bit this month so my reviewing sort of got put on the back burner, but I’ve got a stack of five books that I’ve read and need to review, so […]
April was a weird month for me, I’m not sure why, but it ended up being super awkward!?! Books: I didn’t read as much this month as I did in March, partly due to the fact that I was back and school. Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson Taylor Edwards’ family might not be the closest-knit—everyone […]
I’m not sure how to describe December for me, it was messy. I feel like I describe every month lately as messy; life is messy! Books/Movies/T.V./Music Books Read: My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday Stories Edited by Stephanie Perkins Vivian Apple at the End of the World by Katie Coyle The Night Circus by Erin […]
The End of Year Book Survey is an annual survey (5th annual this year) written and hosted by Jamie at the Perpetual Page Turner. Click here for more information about the End of Year Book Survey.
I am so happy to say that just a couple weekends ago I had a blast at my first every YALLFEST in Charleston, SC! For those of you who don’t know, YALLFEST is an annual Young Adult book festival hosted in Charleston that is almost entirely FREE and open to the public. This year YALLFEST invited a wide range of 60 YA and Middle Grade authors. These authors particpiated and panels and hosted lots of signings, which added to the overall atmosphere of the trip.