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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Book Blitz: For Real by Chelsea M. Cameron Review + Giveaway! #ForReal


For Real by Chelsea M. Cameron


Coming in November 2013

Two people. One fake relationship. What could go wrong?
When virgin Shannon Travers gets fed up with her friends demanding that she find a boyfriend, she enlists the help of tattooed, mohawk-rocking graphic design student Jett. He’s more than happy to play along with their Fake Relationship, including the Ten Rules of Fake Dating that control-freak Shannon comes up with. Even if he likes to violate them. Repeatedly.
But what happens when Fake Dating starts to feel… not fake anymore? Will Shannon be willing to let go and embrace the first thing in her life that’s ever felt REAL?

Chelsea Cameron's For Real features one of my absolute favorite tropes in fiction, the fake relationship, and I loved every minute of it. I mostly hated her friends, they were basically the worst kind of friends a girl could have, but Jett, and even Javier, totally made up for them. Shannon was a bit of a pushover, and definitely let the way her friends treated her go on way too long, but if she hadn't let them treat her the way she did, she probably never would have ended up in her situation with Jett. I guess that means I can't hate her friends completely, because I love Jett. He was such a sweet guy and totally hot with his tattoos and mohawk.

The evolution of Shannon and Jett's "fake" relationship was absolutely adorable and there was all kinds of delicious tension between the two of them. There was a somewhat predictable, but still cute, twist toward the end, but it's predictability didn't take away from the story for me. I really enjoyed this couple and definitely recommend reading their story. I don't know if Chelsea is planning on writing another book in this world, but I wouldn't mind reading Javier's story. He turned out to be quite the awesome dude.
Chelsea M. Cameron is a YA/NA New York Times/USA Today Best Selling author from Maine. Lover of things random and ridiculous, Jane Austen/Charlotte and Emily Bronte Fangirl, red velvet cake enthusiast, obsessive tea drinker, vegetarian, former cheerleader and world's worst video gamer. When not writing, she enjoys watching infomercials, singing in the car and tweeting (this one time, she was tweeted by Neil Gaiman). She has a degree in journalism from the University of Maine, Orono that she promptly abandoned to write about the people in her own head. More often than not, these people turn out to be just as weird as she is.
Her New Adult Contemporary Romance titles include My Favorite Mistake, which has been bought by Harlequin along with a sequel, Deeper We Fall and Faster We Burn (April 20, 2013)
Her Young Adult books include Nocturnal, Nightmare and Neither, the first three books in The Noctalis Chronicles. The fourth and final book, Neverend will be out in 2013. Whisper, the first in The Whisper Trilogy is also available, with the second book in the series, Silence and the final book, LIsten coming out in 2014.
AWESOME NEWS! For Real will be available for just .99¢ for a LIMITED TIME ONLY!
AND Chelsea is having an awesome giveaway to celebrate it's release!

Grand prize winner receives a $100 Amazon Gift Card and Crane bracelet. 5 Runners up receive a $10 Amazon Gift Card and Crane bracelet. US Only!

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Pre-order RACING SAVANNAH by Miranda Kenneally and Sourcebooks will give you a gift!

From Sourcebooks....

They’re from two different worlds, but Savannah isn’t exactly one to follow the rules. . . get the next contemporary novel from blockbuster YA novelist Miranda Kenneally: RACING SAVANNAH!

Right before her senior year, Savannah’s father whisks the family off to Tennessee to work as head groom at fancy Cedar Hill Farms. Savannah finally sees it as the perfect opportunity to earn extra money as an exercise rider—no matter how many others don’t want a girl around the barn.  But she’s also caught the eye of Jack Goodwin, the owner’s son. She knows the rules: no mixing between the staff and the Goodwin family. But Jack has no such boundaries. With her dream of becoming a jockey, Savannah is not going to let someone tell her a girl isn’t tough enough to race. Sure, it’s dangerous. Then again, so is dating Jack.

We’ve put together a fun campaign to thank readers for pre-ordering: send us your proof of pre-order and we’ll send you this fabulous horseshoe key chain!

A Gift for You, for Pre-Ordering RACING SAVANNAH by Miranda Kenneally

We have a special offer for U.S. and Canada YA fans for the release of RACING SAVANNAH by Miranda Kenneally in stores in a little over three weeks! If you pre-order the book, we will send you an exclusive horseshoe key chain—perfect for any busy teen on the go! You have until December 2 or until quantities run out.

Here’s how to get your charm:
1. Pre-order the book (print or eBook) through any retailer (Barnes & Noble, Amazon, your local independent bookseller/Indiebound, Books-A-Million, Hastings, etc.)

2. Email your proof of purchase (receipt or picture of the receipt) to Put “Racing Savannah Pre-Order” in the subject line. Don’t forget to include your home address (US & Canada only please) so we can send you the horseshoe key chain! If you’ve already pre-ordered this book—not a problem! Send us your receipt!

3. You will get an email back confirming when the items have been sent out. 

4. Enjoy Racing Savannah when it comes out in December!

Optional: take a pic of you and your horseshoe key chain and share it with Miranda Kenneally or Sourcebooks Fire on Twitter! You can find Miranda @mirandakennealy and Sourcebooks Fire @sourcebooksfire.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Cover Reveal: Shaken Not Stirred by Alyssa Rose Ivy + Giveaway!!

 COVER REVEAL TIME!!! Today we've got the fun and yummy cover for Alyssa Rose Ivy's upcoming release, Shaken Not Stirred! Check it out below and don't forget to enter the awesome giveaway in the Rafflecopter at the bottom of the post :0)
Shaken not Stirred -ARI
 Release Date: January 7th, 2014

Finding the perfect guy is like mixing the perfect drink. It's all about the taste and presentation.
Maddy's gone off the deep end, at least that's what her family thinks when she handles her med school rejections by moving to the Outer Banks. It doesn't help that she's paying her bills by bartending and is sharing walls with two guys, even if one of them is her childhood best friend.
Her choice of men seems more balanced on the surface—Colin is driven, sexy, and gainfully employed, but she can't help spending her Thursday nights searching for the perfect drink for Lyle, whose music captivates her with its haunting lyrics. Maddy believes everyone has a perfect drink—and finding Lyle's isn't a challenge she's willing to lose.

About Alyssa Rose Ivy: Alyssa Rose Ivy is a New Adult and Young Adult author who loves to weave stories with romance and a southern setting. Although raised in the New York area, she fell in love with the South after moving to New Orleans for college. After years as a perpetual student, she turned back to her creative side and decided to write. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two young children, and she can usually be found with a cup of coffee in her hand.  


Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Revelations Blog Tour: Review + Giveaway!

Revelations is almost upon us and I, for one, am so excited for this next step in Evie's journey to be out in the world!

Author: J.A. Souders
Pub. Date: November 5, 2013
Publisher: TOR Teen
Pages: 352
Find it: 
AmazonBarnes& Noble, Goodreads

Six weeks after her arrival on the Surface, Evelyn Winters is no closer to unlocking the memories lost in her subconscious than she was when she first came. Isolated in a strange new society, Evie has only Gavin Hunter to remind her of who she once was.

But even with a clean slate, it’s easy to see that Evie doesn’t fit in on the Surface. And as her differences make her feel more and more alone, she can’t help but yearn for that place she doesn’t remember: the isolated city hidden in the depths of the ocean. Elysium. Home.

But she can’t exactly tell Gavin what she’s feeling. Not when he’s the one who helped her escape Elysium in the first place, and has the scars to prove it. Though the doctors say otherwise, Gavin believes that Evie just needs time. And if her memories don’t come back, well, maybe she’s better off not remembering her past.

But the decision may be out of their hands when Evie’s ever-elusive memories begin to collide with reality. People and images from her past appear in the most unlikely places, haunting her, provoking her…and making her seem not only strange but dangerous.

Evie and Gavin can’t wait around for her memories to return. They’ll have to journey across the Outlands of the Surface to find help, and in the end, their search may just lead them back to the place it all started…

I absolutely adored Renegade, it's a book that I've been fangirling over quite a bit since I read it last year, so I was incredibly excited to start in on Revelations. And to be honest, I was also a little bit nervous, because we all know the second book in a trilogy can sometimes be a little disappointing. And while the beginning of Revelations was a little slow to start for me, once it picked up it took off and went all kinds of places I never would have expected.

In the beginning we are with Evie and Gavin in his village, and while it was nice to get some background on Gavin and where he's from, other than Evie's "episodes" nothing really happens while we are there. Once Evie, Gavin, and his former best friend Asher hit the Outlands to get Evie to a better doctor, that's when things really start to get crazy.

I really liked the dynamic between the three of them once the started on their journey. Gavin does not like Asher because of something that happened in their past and he isn't afraid to be vocal about it, while Asher just kind of goes with the flow, never really instigating, he's mostly a happy, carefree guy. Evie is a little lost this time around, because things are happening to her that she can't explain, not to mention, she doesn't remember her life before she came to the Surface and Gavin isn't telling.

The characters stumble across some scary stuff while they are making their way to the city and not all of them are beasts. The way that J.A. Souders builds this new world, which is so different from the underwater confines of Elysium, is just as effective. This isn't the Earth that we are used to, wars have made sure of that, but it's enough like it that it becomes that much scarier.

There are so many secrets between all of the characters in this story and every time more are revealed it just gives you something else to gasp about. J.A. Souders has built an excellent framework of characters and two creepy worlds, where you never know what is around the next corner and you can never be sure anyone is quite who they are supposed to be. I really enjoyed this second book and I am eagerly awaiting book three. Especially considering what we find out near the end of Revelations! I can't wait to see what happens next!


About J.A:

J.A. SOUDERS is the author of the Elysium Chronicles and lives in the land of sunshine and palm trees with her husband and two children where she spends her time writing about the monsters under the bed, day dreaming about living in an underwater colony, and failing miserably at playing video games.


Revelations Giveaway (All US Only!)

Grand Prize- 1 Signed set of Renegade and Revelations, 1 scrabble tile pendant with covers of both books, and a $25 gift card to Amazon or B&N!

Second Place- 1 Signed set of Renegade and Revelations and 1 set of scrabble tile pendants with covers of both books.

Third Place- 1 set revelations themed swag

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Tour Schedule:

Week One:

10/28/2013- Magical Urban Fantasy Reads- Guest Post

10/29/2013- Katie's Book Blog- Interview

10/30/2013- The Book Life- Review

10/31/2013- Curling Up With A Good Book- Guest Post

11/1/2013- That Artsy Reader Girl- Review

Week Two:

11/4/2013- Bookish- Interview

11/5/2013- Two Chicks on Books- Guest Post

11/6/2013- Supernatural Snark- Interview

11/7/2013- Book Haven Extraordinaire- Review

11/8/2013- Jenna Does Books- Review

Friday, October 18, 2013

Review: Relic: The Books of Eva, Giveaway + Relic Revealed Sweepstakes from @Soho_Teen

Release Date: October 29th, 2013
Publisher: Soho Teen
The truth will test you...

For fans of Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games: high fantasy and dystopia meet in this high-stakes tale of a civilization built on lies and the girl who single-handedly brings it down.

When Eva’s twin brother, Eamon, falls to his death just a few months before he is due to participate in The Testing, no one expects Eva to take his place. She’s a Maiden, slated for embroidery classes, curtseys, and soon a prestigious marriage befitting the daughter of an Aerie ruler. But Eva insists on honoring her brother by becoming a Testor. After all, she wouldn’t be the first Maiden to Test, just the first in 150 years.

Eva knows the Testing is no dance class. Gallant Testors train for their entire lives to search icy wastelands for Relics: artifacts of the corrupt civilization that existed before The Healing drowned the world. Out in the Boundary Lands, Eva must rely on every moment of the lightning-quick training she received from Lukas—her servant, a Boundary native, and her closest friend now that Eamon is gone.

But there are threats in The Testing beyond what Lukas could have prepared her for. And no one could have imagined the danger Eva unleashes when she discovers a Relic that shakes the Aerie to its core.
I'm torn on this one. There were definitely things about it I enjoyed, and my desire to find out which direction things went for Eva kept me turning the pages, but there were some things that took me out of the story. I appreciate what the author was doing by putting elements of our world's technology into this new world, where things have regressed majorly, but every time they spoke of their perception of these items in the past it was a little too silly for me.

However, The Testing itself was quite intriguing. I like the idea of traveling out into the unknown parts of their world and searching for artifacts, or relics, from the old world. I also thought it was quite clever that it was a few young people from their society that commit to do this testing, as a way of competing for the spot as one of the next leaders of their people. Another interesting part was that they each wrote chronicles for each relic they found, creating the story behind the artifact, so that they can learn about the past and not repeat the mistakes.

Overall I did enjoy the story and the small twist at the end has definitely gotten me curious about where things are going to go from here. I also have some serious suspicions about a particular character. Despite a few gripes, the story was interesting enough that I think I will most likely read the next book once it's available.
And now for the good stuff! I'm giving you all the chance to win a copy of Relic: The Books of Eva and a matching Tote bag!

*US Only 

And for just a little more awesome, Soho Teen has got a big sweepstakes going on for Relic. Head on over to to check out Chronicle, a free e-book prequel to Relic and get all the details for the RELIC REVEALED Sweepstakes! You have until November 5th to enter for your chance to win a tablet device!

This is our second—and last—chance. Thanks to the Gods, and thanks to the Testing.

Each year, the finest Gallants in New North embark on the Testing, a harrowing rite of passage through the frozen wastelands to recover Relics, artifacts from the evil time before the Healing. About these Relics the Testors construct their Chronicles, illustrating mankind’s depravity, his Vanity, his love of Tech, his sins too numerous to count. All true Chronicles are collected and made part of the Lex’s Holy Truths, year by year.

The Chronicle. Nothing is more vital to the resolve of the inhabitants of the New North, the last inhabitants of an Earth flooded by the Healing. But not all Chronicles are deemed True. And not all Testors are Gallants. One year there was a Maiden, Madeline, the first but not the last. Braving the perils of the Testing, she discovered a Relic that, if Chronicled, would be the New North’s downfall...

Monday, October 14, 2013

Review: An Affair to Dismember by Elise Sax

Release Date: January 29th, 2013
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Three months has been Gladie Burger’s limit when it comes to staying in one place: She’s always been a temp agency kind of girl, ever ready to move on. That’s why Gladie is more than a little skeptical when her eccentric Grandma Zelda recruits her to the family business in the quaint small town of Cannes, California. Gladie is also highly unqualified: Her beloved grandmother’s business is matchmaking, and Gladie has a terrible track record with romance. Still, despite evidence to the contrary, Zelda is convinced that her granddaughter has “the gift.” But when the going gets tough, Gladie wonders if this gift has a return policy.

When Zelda’s neighbor drops dead in his kitchen, Gladie is swept into his bizarre family’s drama. Despite warnings from the (distractingly gorgeous) chief of police to steer clear of his investigation, Gladie is out to prove that her neighbor’s death was murder. It’s not too long before she’s in way over her head—with the hunky police chief, a dysfunctional family full of possible killers, and yet another mysterious and handsome man, whose attentions she’s unable to ignore. Gladie is clearly being pursued—either by true love or by a murderer. Who will catch her first?
I don't really read many mystery books and, to be honest, I'm not really sure why. On the occasion that I do pick one up, I almost always end up enjoying it. An Affair to Dismember was no different. Gladie's life isn't exactly what she'd thought it would be, but while staying at her grandmother's home, she's managed to get comfortable. Mostly. Trying to become a matchmaker like her grandmother isn't easy, especially when Gladie seems to find trouble more than she finds love matches.
The patriarch of the family that lives across the street from her grandmother has died, and for some reason the other members of that family are convinced that Gladie is the one to prove it wasn't actually an accident. She's hesistant at first, but it doesn't take long for her curiosity to get the best of her and she begins to investigate, at the behest of the hot new sheriff in town. Gladie can't seem to stay away from trouble, so he's finding it hard to stay away from Gladie, though as the story goes on, it becomes increasingly obvious that he isn't sure he wants to stay away.  And, of course, there is the mysterious and hot new neighbor who is almost instantly interested in getting to know Gladie better. He always seems to be around when he's needed, but no one really knows anything about him or where he's come from.
Hilarity, hijinks, twists and turns abound in this fun, romantic mystery. There are a lot of things going on in the little town of Canne, California and quite a quirky bunch of people that populate it. I have to say, I suspected almost everyone at least once while I was reading, and for me that is the sign of a good mystery. So if you're a fan of mystery novels, or even if you aren't, An Affair to Dismember is an incredibly funny and fun read. I can't wait to dive in to book two!

 Be Sure to check out the rest of the series!
Matchpoint (Book Two): Available now! 
Love Game (Book Three): Releases February 25th, 2014

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Review: This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales

Release Date: September 17th, 2013
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Making friends has never been Elise Dembowski’s strong suit. All throughout her life, she’s been the butt of every joke and the outsider in every conversation. When a final attempt at popularity fails, Elise nearly gives up. Then she stumbles upon a warehouse party where she meets Vicky, a girl in a band who accepts her; Char, a cute, yet mysterious disc jockey; Pippa, a carefree spirit from England; and most importantly, a love for DJing.

It's been a while since I got so wrapped up in a book. I loved the premise of this book from the start, mostly because I was intrigued by the main character developing a love of DJing, but also because I love a story about the invisible girl. There are so many directions a story like that could go, but Elise's might just be my favorite. I don't know anything about the world of underground parties and DJing and I can't really relate to Elise's school experience, but none of that mattered because I felt like I really got to know Elise and I desperately wanted her to find herself. Her journey wasn't the easiest and she made some pretty awful decisions, in my opinion, but her choices and rebellions were totally believable.

Elise was great, but so were the people that made up her world. She is a child of divorce and has three parents who don't really know anything about her, but still love her all the same. She's got a couple of younger siblings who were so wonderful, especially her precocious little sister, I loved the relationship between the two of them. Of course, my favorite of the side characters was Vicky, a girl she meets outside the warehouse party and who is instantly charmed by her. Their friendship, and just Vicky in general, was such a large and wonderful part of the story. I think everyone would be lucky enough to know someone like Vicky. I really can't say enough good things about this one. It's a phenomenal story about discovering who you are and who you want to be. So worth the loss of sleep!

Friday, October 11, 2013

Cover Reveal: WHERE SILENCE GATHERS by Kelsey Sutton

Today The Mod Podge Bookshelf and Mod Podge Blog Tours are hosting Kelsey Sutton’s exclusive 

  cover reveal!

I really enjoy Kelsey's covers. There is something so haunting and definitely a little creepy about them. They totally work for me :0)


In this companion novel to the critically acclaimed Some Quiet Place, Alex must choose between Revenge and Forgiveness.

Seventeen-year-old Alexandra Tate sits outside Nate Foster’s house, clutching a gun. After serving ten years for the drunk driving accident that killed Alex’s family, Nate has been released from prison. Every night, Alex waits out of sight, building up the courage to exact her own justice. There’s just one problem: Forgiveness. Alex has been able to see personified Emotions for as long as she can remember, and Revenge is her best friend. But when Forgiveness suddenly appears, he offers Alex a choice—getting even or moving on. It’s impossible to decide when Revenge whispers in one ear . . . and Forgiveness whispers in the other.

Check out the AWESOME giveaway for SOME QUIET PLACE and WHERE SILENCE GATHERS below!

(This giveaway is international.)

Kelsey Sutton has done everything from training dogs, making cheeseburgers, selling yellow page ads, and cleaning hotel rooms. Now she divides her time between her college classes and her writing. Kelsey lives in northern Minnesota with her dog and cat, Lewis and Clark.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Bookish A to Z Survey!

I've been really absent from the blogging world in the last few months, apart from a few posts here and there for blog tours I participated in, I haven't really spent much time around here. Recently I was stalking some of the blogs I used to follow regularly and stumbled upon this cool survey from Jamie at The Perpetual Page-Turner and thought I'd pop one up on my page! It's a fun little survey so I just had to borrow it, the graphic is hers, too :0)

Author you’ve read the most books from:

Richelle Mead! Courtesy of her fabulous Vampire Academy series, along with the first books in a couple of her other series :0)


Best Sequel Ever:

 We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han. While it’s the third, and final, book in the series it’s still technically a sequel and I just love that book so hard!


Currently Reading:

I’m a terribly indecisive person, so I’m actually reading three different books at the moment…

Deity by Jennifer L. Armentrout, What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick, and An Affair to Dismember by Elise Sax

Book ADD, folks :0)


Drink of Choice While Reading:

It really depends on my mood, but it’s always either coffee or tea.


E-reader or Physical Book?

I used to be a die-hard physical book person, but since I got my Nook HD (which ironically, I use more as a Kindle) I have been all about the e-books.


Fictional Character You Probably Would Have Actually Dated In High School:

Colby from The Disenchantments…I had a thing for awkward boys with less than stellar self-esteem, they were always incredibly loyal (boy does that make me sound like a jerk).


Glad You Gave This Book A Chance:

Emily’s Dress and Other Missing Things by Kathryn Burak. It was an auto-approve review copy so I downloaded it, then promptly forgot about it entirely. I was clearing out my ADE files and saw it was expiring in 2 days, so I decided to start it. I’m so thankful that I did, it completely blew me away and has ended up being one of my all-time favorite reads.


Hidden Gem Book:

Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson. I found this book randomly, on amazon, before I was a blogger. I was intrigued by the title, so I decided to give it a shot. And this book rocks! I pretty much feel like Morgan Matson can do no wrong when it comes to writing, because her second book is just as spectacular.


Important Moment in your Reading Life:

Goodreads, for sure! Twilight is responsible for getting me interested in reading again, but if it weren’t for Goodreads I would have had no idea where to start when it came to finding other things I wanted to read. It’s also responsible for introducing me to the world of book blogging, prior to that I didn’t know book blogs even existed.


Just Finished:

Pure by Jennifer L. Armentrout


Kinds of Books You Won’t Read:

I don’t mind erotica from time to time, but I will not go anywhere near the BDSM erotica. I just can’t get into it, it makes me so uncomfortable.


Longest Book You’ve Read:

Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer


Major book hangover because of:

In Honor by Jessi Kirby…I thought about that one for days after I was finished.


Number of Bookcases You Own:

3, plus the piles of books I have everywhere


One Book You Have Read Multiple Times:

Something Like Normal by Trish Doller. I actually read this one twice while I had it as a review copy, and then read it again when I got my finished copy.


Preferred Place To Read:

I love reading curled up on the couch, but I actually do most of my reading in bed.


Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you’ve read:

“No man really knows about other human beings. The best he can do is to suppose that they are like himself.” John Steinbeck – The Winter of Our Discontent

This book has got loads of amazing quotes, but this is my favorite.


Reading Regret:

I regret reading Divergent. All anyone I talked to insisted that it was the most amazing book and that I had to read it because there was no way I wouldn’t love it, and I put it off for a long time, because I am not a fan of the hype monster. I finally read it, because I really did hope it was going to be as amazing as everyone insisted and I wanted in on that series excitement, but I ended up not enjoying it at all. It read incredibly juvenile to me and I just didn’t enjoy the story. I regret this, because if I’d never picked it up in the first place, I’d always have that hope of loving it as much as everyone else.


Series You Started And Need To Finish(all books are out in series):

The Nightshade Series by Andrea Cremer. I’ve got all three of them, and I really enjoyed the first book, but I just never got around to finishing the series…one of these days.


Three of your All-Time Favorite Books:

In Honor by Jessi Kirby, Where She Went by Gayle Forman, and Something Like Normal by Trish Doller.


Unapologetic Fangirl For:

J.A. Souders. She’s actually the first author I ever met in person, and awkwardly asked if I could take a photo with, and she is an absolute doll. Not to mention I completely adore her book, Renegade. I have multiple signed copies of my own, but since she and I share a home state, I often get to attend events in which she is present. So I always purchase and have her sign another copy and then send it along to someone who I just know will adore it as much as I do :0)


Very Excited For This Release More Than All The Others:

The Unbound by Victoria Schwab. The Archived was the best start to a series I have ever had the pleasure of reading and I cannot wait until The Unbound is in my impatient little hands!


Worst Bookish Habit:

Giving away books before I’ve read them. I have so many books and, like most of you, not enough space. So, every once in a while, I’ll go through my shelves and pull out books that have been there for over a year and I’ve never touched, and they get to go to shiny new homes.


X Marks The Spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book:

Hopeless by Colleen Hoover


Your latest book purchase:

Antigoddess by Kendare Blake. I haven’t been buying any new books lately, but I couldn’t resist that cover, and the epic sounding story housed within it.


ZZZ-snatcher book (last book that kept you up WAY late):

This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales. I stayed up all night reading that bad boy, so good!
Hope you guys enjoyed getting to know a little about my bookish habits :0)


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