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Books With Same Titles?

There are books out there that share the same titles. In my personal opinion, that's going to be inevitable. There's so many books that get published throughout the year and there's millions of books that have been published in the past.

To me, it seams impossible that a book title won't be shared.

Just as long as the content inside of those books aren't similar, I don't think titles should matter. There's only so much people can do with titles. People don't purchase books based on their titles.

Well, I know I don't.

I purchase books based off their synopsis and the hype surrounding that book. I could care less about the name of the book to be honest.

What do you guys think on this matter?

I just think it's interesting that someone would think that someone who has written like 30 books is trying to "shamelessly profit" off your success of one book. You're not the only one who came up with that title.

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Giveaway Winner!


Giveaway Winner!

Congratulations to Sandra in Croatia! Thank you for entering my contest and I really hope you will enjoy your copy of Vengeful be V.E. Schwab!

Thank you to everyone who entered. It really means a lot to me. I'm going to take a little break from doing the giveaways until after the holiday season is done. I'm focused on buying gifts for my family at the moment and don't have the extra funds for the giveaways.

I think the next giveaways I do will be on Instagram. Be on the lookout for that!

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End Of The Year Book Tag:

Where has this year gone? I swear, as I get older the years go by faster. This was such a wonderful book/reading year for me. I'm so happy with all the things I've accomplished this year.

I got rid of so many books this year. Something I thought I would never do. If I didn't, I'd have over 1,000 books in our tiny apartment. As much as my book loving heart would love to fill my home with tons of books, it's just not logical.

I met my Goodreads goal! That's what I'm most excited about. I'm so freaking happy. My goal was 50 books for the year and I'm at 54!!

I'm going to get into the questions now because I need to get some reading done.

Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish?
I'm currently reading A Darker Shade Of Magic and I'm obviously planning on finishing this book. I started reading And I Darken and I'm not sure if I'll finish it. Which sucks because I bought the entire series. I may be doing a giveaway for it!

Do you have an autumnal book to transition into the end of the year?
I don't read books based off the seasons... but A Darker Shade Of Magic seems to have some autumnal vibes.

Is there a new release you're still waiting for?
I just need The Wicked King in my life. I NEED it!

What three books do you want to read before the end of the year?
I would like to finish ADSOM. I definitely want to read Sadie. Also, Children of Blood and Bone.

Is there a book you think could still shock you and become your favorite book of the year?
Broken Things by Lauren Oliver. I bought this the other day because I read the first paragraph and I couldn't not but it.

Have you already started making reading plans for 2019?
No. Although, I do plan on doing a reread of Harry Potter!
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Weekly Recap: 11/19 - 11/25


As you all may know, this week was Thanksgiving. There's nothing better than getting to spend time with family. We drove about an hour and a half to Sarasota to visit family that we don't really get to see throughout the year. It was amazing. We met so many new people and my son was enjoying all the attention from everyone. 

I'm also very happy to say that we've got most of our Christmas shopping done for our son. Black Friday may be hectic, but it's well worth it. Video games are not cheap!

I hope you all had a nice Holiday and that it was filled with smiles and laughter. 


I was a bad girl this week. I won This Is How It Always Is in a Goodreads giveaway, which is always exciting. I just couldn't help myself with buying these books though. 






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Review: What To Say Next by Julie Buxbaum


Title: What To Say Next
Author: Julie Buxbaum
Released: July 11th, 2017
Genre(s): Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance 
Page Count: 292
Purchase: Amazon - Kindle - Audiobook

Sometimes a new perspective is all that is needed to make sense of the world.

KIT: I don’t know why I decide not to sit with Annie and Violet at lunch. It feels like no one here gets what I’m going through. How could they? I don’t even understand.

DAVID: In the 622 days I’ve attended Mapleview High, Kit Lowell is the first person to sit at my lunch table. I mean, I’ve never once sat with someone until now. “So your dad is dead,” I say to Kit, because this is a fact I’ve recently learned about her.

When an unlikely friendship is sparked between relatively popular Kit Lowell and socially isolated David Drucker, everyone is surprised, most of all Kit and David. Kit appreciates David’s blunt honesty—in fact, she finds it bizarrely refreshing. David welcomes Kit’s attention and her inquisitive nature. When she asks for his help figuring out the how and why of her dad’s tragic car accident, David is all in. But neither of them can predict what they’ll find. Can their friendship survive the truth?

My Review:

"The thing is, sometimes people grow from breaking."

I think I'm going to enjoy everything that Julie Buxbaum writes. I really liked this book. I think it was super adorable. I don't think I've read a book where one of the main characters has Autism before. I have a younger brother that has Autism and I feel like this book depicted it well.

David is my favorite. I love him. He's such an amazing character and my heart is with him throughout this entire book. When we get little flashbacks of him being bullied. When someone doesn't understand him. I was rooting for him and Kit this entire book. At times, I didn't even want Kit to have him. I was very jealous of this fictional character. 

"I think about what it would be like to kiss her, to touch my fingertip to her clavicle cluster, to not worry about our physical boundaries. I imagine it would be like splitting an atom, a distillation into component parts. Everything is small enough to be countable. Everything as perfect and forever as pi."

This book shows you just how cruel high school can be to those who are different. I think this book is really important in showing how people who have autism or any other type of impairment thinks and feels. I think everyone should be educated on how to act and react around people like David. 

I really enjoyed my time reading this book. That little plot twist at the end really surprised me. I wasn't really expecting that but it made a few other little things that went on in this book click. I wasn't expecting it. 

I'm pretty sure that Julie is an autobuy author for me now. I've read two of her books now and loved them both.

4/5 Stars
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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I'm Grateful For

I figured, I can do this one. It's a freebie and I'm sure there's a decent amount of books I've read that I'm grateful for. With Thanksgiving around the corner and everyone will be giving thanks, I decided I'm going to give thanks to these amazing books that I've read and adored.

Some of these books are really important to me in many ways. I'll get descriptive with each book that I post.

With that being said, here are the books that I'm grateful for.

Also, I'm not going to include Harry Potter in this list. Yes, I am grateful for Harry Potter. Beyond grateful. I just think it's something that everyone would already know.

What books are you grateful for? And why?


Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

This is a book that has sentimental value to me. To me, it's not just a book about a kick ass female who kills a crap ton of bad guys.

It's much more than that.

My grandma bought me this book when I first moved in with her. It got me back to reading. This book made me fall for the written text again.

My grandma has since passed. I'm twenty-five and I still have the copy of this series that she bought me.

I don't think I'll ever part with it.

A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J. Maas

I used to read a lot of fantasy back in the day. I was constantly read vampire books and falling in love with things that don't exist.

When I got back into reading, again, I was strictly reading contemporary or romance. Thinking I've outgrown the fantasy worlds that I used to love.

In 2017 I read one fantasy book. Just one.

This book reminded me that I love to escape the real world. I don't need everything to be real for me to love it.


Come This Way by Michelle Schlicher

This is the first book I was ever sent free for a review.

Michelle very kindly sent me an e-copy of this book and I read it in like two days. I devoured this book. I know it was with the excitement that someone wanted me to read their book.

I didn't want to let Michelle down.

I loved this book. It was such a wonderful read. I'm really glad that my first reviewing experience wasn't with a book I didn't like.

I will have to get a physical copy of this book soon!

Monsters In The Dark by Pepper Winters

This is one of my all-time favorite books. I'm grateful because this book taught me to never be ashamed of what I read.

I'm sure lugging around this 800 page book with this cover got me some looks. And you know what?

I don't care.

I love what I read. As should everyone else. Don't let anyone let you feel bad for reading what you do. Don't let them make you feel shameful.

Give them a nice hand gesture and get back to your book.


One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

This is the book I was most proud of for the longest time. It was my first ARC!

I was constantly wondering what I was doing to never receive any ARCs and I just happened to have won this in a Goodreads giveaway.

It took me about three days to finish this book and I was stoked on it. I was so scared I was going to hate it.

I didn't want to give a bad review for a book that wasn't even released yet!


Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines

This is the first book to ever make me cry. Ugly cry.

I read this book in May of 2017. My grandma passed away in March 2017.

It really hit home and made me feel everything I was keeping bottled up from missing my grandma.

I wish I can say I had this book with me when she passed.

It probably would have been ruined with all of my tears. My grandma doesn't like ruined books. Maybe it was a good thing I hadn't read it yet.

Confess by Colleen Hoover

Are any of my lists complete without a book by Colleen in them?

I was just browsing through Books A Million one day and saw this gorgeous cover. I had to have it on my pretty bare shelves.

Little did I know, this book opened up the biggest can of worms that is Colleen Hoover's books.

I went on a mission to buy as many as I could with what little money I was making at my shit part-time job.

Her books will always have a home on my shelves. No matter how packed they get.
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Review: Far From You by Tess Sharpe


Title: Far From You
Author: Tess Sharpe
Released: March 27th, 2014
Genre(s): Young Adult, Mystery, LGBTQ+, Contemporary
Page Count: 352
Purchase: Amazon - Kindle

Sophie Winters nearly died. Twice.

The first time, she's fourteen, and escapes a near-fatal car accident with scars, a bum leg, and an addiction to Oxy that'll take years to kick.

The second time, she's seventeen, and it's no accident. Sophie and her best friend Mina are confronted by a masked man in the woods. Sophie survives, but Mina is not so lucky. When the cops deem Mina's murder a drug deal gone wrong, casting partial blame on Sophie, no one will believe the truth: Sophie has been clean for months, and it was Mina who led her into the woods that night for a meeting shrouded in mystery.

After a forced stint in rehab, Sophie returns home to a chilly new reality. Mina's brother won't speak to her, her parents fear she'll relapse, old friends have become enemies, and Sophie has to learn how to live without her other half. To make matters worse, no one is looking in the right places and Sophie must search for Mina's murderer on her own. But with every step, Sophie comes closer to revealing all: about herself, about Mina and about the secret they shared.

My Review:

"It was Mina this whole time, wasn't it?"

I don't know what I was expecting from this book. I bought it on a whim, this gorgeous cover realing me in. I've had this book for the longest time and my app finally chose this book for me to read. After reading the first chapter, I didn't think I was going to like this book. Just the way Sophie interacted with her therapist made me not like her at first. 

When I finally got into the story and over my bad first impression with the main character, I fell in love with this mystery. I thought I had it figured out. I thought I knew who the killer was. I thought. 

"I'll choose you. No matter how hard it is. No matter what people say. 
Every time, I'll choose you. It's up to you to choose me back."

This is an engrossing story of Sophie trying to figure out who murdered Mina. Her best friend. Her secret. I was wondering from the start. I needed to know. Boy, was I wrong about who the killer was. I wasn't expecting that and it left me staring at this book like an idiot. 

This book isn't just about the mystery, though. I think that's what I love. You get to see Sophie fighting with her family. Her family not trusting that she's been clean and will stay clean. You see friendships falter and come back together. You get a glimpse into life before Mina is murdered. There is so much to this book, I'm surprised it was fit in such a small book. 

“But this is the thing about struggling out of that hole you've put yourself in: 
the higher you climb, the farther you have to fall.”

I really enjoyed my time reading this. I just don't think it's five-star worthy. I hate the "scooby-doo" trope, as I call it. I hate that the kids go out looking for the answers and putting themselves in unnecessary danger. I know that without that, this wouldn't have been much of a read. I'm still rating it pretty high. Just not as high as I could have.

I loved the past and present feature in this book. I loved getting to know Mina even though she is dead. I'm not a big fan of their relationship though. I think Mina was an addiction for Sophie. I was not a fan of how Mina seemed to tease Sophie to just go and date a guy. It was abusive. Mina couldn't make up her mind and they both had to suffer. This unintentional abuse from Mina is another reason why this book didn't get five stars. 

Mina did not deserve Sophie. Fight me.

4/5 Stars
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Weekly Recap: 11/12 - 11/18


As you guys can see, I'm trying to be a better blogger. I really want my blog to be better. Bare with me. I didn't do too much away from my blog because I've been obsessing over it for the last week. I just want something I'm proud of, you know? 

We put our Christmas decorations up! I'm not entirely sure what day we put them up on. It may not have even been this week. I got in the Christmas spirit about five months ago and I'm finally able to express it!

With the upcoming holiday season, I can already tell you I'm going to be super busy. Luckily, I made my Goodreads goal! I don't have to worry about getting reading done as soon as possible. I also, made that goal this week. Yay for accomplishments!





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Mental Health Read:

Eliza And Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia has great anxiety representation. I related to how Eliza feels when anxiety does decide it wants to attack. It was just a great read all together. Go read it. Now.

I haven't read Girl In Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow yet. Scrolling through Goodreads, I've seen many high ratings and recommendations for this book. I'm not entirely sure which mental health disorder this book covers and I don't know if it's done well. Maybe I'll see soon.

What mental health books do you recommend?
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Currently Reading:

The Last Wish Of Sasha Cade by Cheyanne Young. I am really loving this book. It's so heart wrenching. The first chapter made me cry! I'm dying to finish it and see how it ends. I also want this book to last forever.

I'm also reading And I Darken by Kiersten White. It's taking me a little while to get through this one. I just don't understand where this book is supposed to be going. Nothing about it makes sense to me. Please tell me the ending is good?

What are you currently reading?

*Edit: Here's the joy about posting things ahead of time and just scheduling them. I finished The Last Wish Of Sasha Cade last night and loved it. Such a wonderful read! But now that I'm done with that book, maybe I can try to power through And I Darken.
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Review: The Last Wish Of Sasha Cade by Cheyanne Young

The day Raquel has been dreading for months has finally arrived. Sasha, her best friend in the whole world, has died of cancer. Overwhelmed and brokenhearted, Raquel can't even imagine life without her.

And then a letter from Sasha arrives. Has she somehow found a way to communicate from beyond the grave?

In fact, Sasha spent her final weeks planning an elaborate scavenger hunt for the friend she would have to leave behind. When Raquel follows the instructions to return to Sasha's grave, a mysterious stranger with striking eyes is waiting for her. There's a secret attached to this boy that only Sasha --- and now Raquel --- knows.

This boy, Elijah, might be just who Raquel needs to help her move on from her terrible loss. But can Raquel remain true to herself while also honoring her friend's final wish?

Cheyanne Young's compulsively readable breakout novel offers abiding friendship and forbidden romance, along with an incisive look at how class differences shape who we are and who we grow to be.

Purchase: Amazon - Kindle

My Review:
*I received a copy of this book free for my honest review*

This book has managed to break my heart and mend it. Many times. I could feel like crying my eyes out in one chapter and joyous the next. This book is just so freaking amazing.

I really feel like the idea of this book is similar to Thirteen Reasons Why. Just done WAY better. This is something that Netflix should definitely adapt. I would have to have tissues next to me with every episode.

I love Raquel. And I love Sasha. That's the kind of friendship that doesn't come around often and I'm super jealous that they found that. Sasha is the kind of friend that everyone needs. Even in death, she's an amazing friend. Sasha has plans for Raquel after she passes. Awesome plans. I don't know how she planned them out but it just had me in awe that someone fighting cancer managed to do all of this.

The romance in this book is beautiful. It's a friends to lovers trope. But I mean, that's perfectly fine. It didn't happen instantly and I loved that. I love that with every adventure Sasha gives Raquel and Elijah, they get closer.

I loved the family dynamics in this book. Both families are perfect. And for the Cades to continue to see Sasha's best friend after death is amazing. Even helping her out when needed. I really loved that Cheyanne didn't make Raquel's family feel any less than the Cades. Even if they don't have the same privilege as Sasha's family, they're still very loving.

I loved this book. But there's one thing I need to know. How did Sasha pull all of this off?? I need to know. ASAP.

This is definitely one of my favorite books of the year. Hell, it's made it's way up to my favorites of all time. It's so beautiful.

Thank you so much Cheyanne for sending me a copy of your amazing book. Thank you for blessing my reading life with this masterpiece.

5/5 Stars
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Favorite Book Trope:

I really love the "friends to lovers" trope. I really enjoy the build up to something that you know is going to be amazing.  Emergency Contact is a great example of this trope. The build up takes up a good majority of the book and I just love that.

I also really wish that it wasn't so slow. In Emergency Contact, you don't really get to see Penny and Sam's romantic relationship. I need more!

What is your favorite book trope?

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Not Going To Tumblr?

I'm not going to Tumblr? I'm having a crisis with my blogging and I don't know what to do about it. I just really hate that there isn't an app for Blogger. It's quite frustrating. I want to change how I do some posts though.

As you can see, I already have my Christmas vibes going on in my photos. That's one thing that'll be different for this holiday season. What do you guys think?

Also, I will be doing a lot more random postings. I'm going to post random quotes that I find while reading. I may even post what I post on Instagram here as well. I plan on revamping Instagram as well. To become better.

I'm just stuck in a rut and I want my content to be better. If you have any suggestions, please let me know in the comments.

I will also be changing up my theme... again. I get so bored with themes so quick.
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Book Review: Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas

Aelin has risked everything to save her people―but at a tremendous cost. Locked within an iron coffin by the Queen of the Fae, Aelin must draw upon her fiery will as she endures months of torture. Aware that yielding to Maeve will doom those she loves keeps her from breaking, though her resolve begins to unravel with each passing day…

With Aelin captured, Aedion and Lysandra remain the last line of defense to protect Terrasen from utter destruction. Yet they soon realize that the many allies they’ve gathered to battle Erawan’s hordes might not be enough to save them. Scattered across the continent and racing against time, Chaol, Manon, and Dorian are forced to forge their own paths to meet their fates. Hanging in the balance is any hope of salvation―and a better world.

And across the sea, his companions unwavering beside him, Rowan hunts to find his captured wife and queen―before she is lost to him forever.

Purchase:  Amazon - Kindle - Audiobook

My Review:
I originally planned on writing my thoughts for every single chapter of this book. I stopped at like chapter nine. That would have been so much work for how long this book is. Time I did not unfortunately have.

This book left me broken. Happy. But broken. I was very fortunate to not have to wait too long for this last book. I feel for all those who had to wait years for this.

I'm satisfied with how the Throne Of Glass series has ended. I can safely say that none of my predictions came true. I'm happy about it but also kind of disappointed.

I was in tears, my heart breaking through some parts of this book. My heart was racing through all the war scenes. The best in this entire series. They didn't let me down one bit.

I'm really trying to not give any spoilers. I was not spoiled and so I will not spoil it for those who still haven't read it yet.

Just know that this book was amazing. Every single page of it. I really wish I could have devoured it faster than I did.

My heart is warm. My soul is complete. Thank you Sarah J. Maas for bringing this wonderful world to life. I'm glad to know that I can always visit Terrasen whenever I wish.

5/5 Stars
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Book Review: Speak The Graphic Novel by Laurie Halse Anderson and Artwork by Emily Carroll

TITLE: Speak: The Graphic Novel
AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: Laurie Halse Anderson + Emily Carroll
PUBLICATION DATE: February 6th, 2018
GENRES: Graphic Novel, Young Adult, Realistic Fiction
PURCHASE: Amazon - Kindle
MY RATING: 4/5 Stars

SYNOPSIS: "Speak up for yourself-we want to know what you have to say."

From the first moment of her freshman year at Merryweather High, Melinda knows this is a big fat lie, part of the nonsense of high school. She is friendless--an outcast--because she busted an end-of-summer party by calling the cops, so now nobody will talk to her, let alone listen to her. Through her work on an art project, she is finally able to face what really happened that night: She was raped by an upperclassman, a guy who still attends Merryweather and is still a threat to her.

This is the first graphic novel I have ever read. I wanted to make sure I hit my Goodreads goal this month. Because it appears that Kingdom of Ash is taking forever to finish. *insert heavily emotional sigh here*

I'm not entirely sure what I was expecting going into this book. I have yet to read the original copy of this book, Speak. I'm pretty sure I would have understood a few things better if I had read that book first. I just wanted something I could read within like three hours and call it a day. This book was hard hitting. 

I knew this book covered a heavy topic. With that being said, I'm going to go ahead and slap that trigger warning here for sexual assault, self harm, depression, anxiety, PTSD and victim shaming.

What I Liked: 
I find books that cover topics like this very interesting. Can I really say that I enjoyed anything about this book? No, I can't. I really can't. Books like this aren't supposed to be enjoyable. They're supposed to send a message. Did this book do that?

Yes, it did.

The images in this book really painted what the author wanted to share to the world. They made me feel many things. I have felt the things that Melinda feels throughout this book. This book is going to sit with me for a very long time.

This book is authentic. Reading it, you can tell that the author had experience in the matter. Anyone that has experienced this will leave this book with a heavy heart.

This book was done right. 100% right.

What I Didn't Like:
Absolutely nothing.

Overall Thoughts:
I can't believe how long it's taken me to read a version of this book. It's such an impactful read. This book is just amazing it's own way.

Who Would I Recommend To: 
Everyone needs to pick this book up and read it. Whether it's the original copy or the graphic novel. Read it.
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October 2018 Book Haul:

This haul has to be the smallest I've ever done. But this is how I want my hauls to look. At least until I get my TBR down by a lot.

I only purchased one book this month and I'm pretty sure you can guess which one that was.

I was kindly sent The Last Wish Of Sasha Cade by the author, Cheyanne Young. I'm really intrigued with this book that I know may break my heart.

Kingdom of Ash is my most anticipated book of 2018. I didn't start reading this series until about April of this year and this series has made it to my favorites list. I absolutely love it.

What books did you get in October? 

The day Raquel has been dreading for months has finally arrived. Sasha, her best friend in the whole world -- the best friend in the whole world -- has died of cancer. Raquel can’t imagine life without her. She’s overwhelmed and brokenhearted.

And then a letter from Sasha arrives. Has she somehow found a way to communicate from the afterlife?

In fact, Sasha has planned an elaborate scavenger hunt for Raquel, and when she follows the instructions to return to Sasha’s grave, a mysterious stranger with striking eyes is waiting for her. There’s a secret attached to this boy that only Sasha—and now Raquel—knows.

This boy, Elijah, might be just what Raquel needs to move on from her terrible loss. But can Raquel remain true to herself while also honoring her friend’s final wish?

Purchase: Amazon - Kindle


Aelin has risked everything to save her people―but at a tremendous cost. Locked within an iron coffin by the Queen of the Fae, Aelin must draw upon her fiery will as she endures months of torture. Aware that yielding to Maeve will doom those she loves keeps her from breaking, though her resolve begins to unravel with each passing day…

With Aelin captured, Aedion and Lysandra remain the last line of defense to protect Terrasen from utter destruction. Yet they soon realize that the many allies they’ve gathered to battle Erawan’s hordes might not be enough to save them. Scattered across the continent and racing against time, Chaol, Manon, and Dorian are forced to forge their own paths to meet their fates. Hanging in the balance is any hope of salvation―and a better world.

And across the sea, his companions unwavering beside him, Rowan hunts to find his captured wife and queen―before she is lost to him forever.

As the threads of fate weave together at last, all must fight, if they are to have a chance at a future. Some bonds will grow even deeper, while others will be severed forever in the explosive final chapter of the Throne of Glass series.

Purchase: Amazon - Kindle - Audiobook

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October 2018 Wrap-Up:

October was a really good reading month for me. I'm really proud of what I accomplished. It took me a while to power through Tower of Dawn and I started reading Kingdom of Ash. Two big fantasy books that take up a lot of time. I can already tell that November is going to be a slow reading month for me.

Goodbye Days had to be my favorite October read. It just hit home and destroyed my heart a little bit. Tower of Dawn had to be my least favorite. I didn't care for Chaol's story too much. This book didn't change my opinion of him.

What books did you read in October? 

What if you could spend one last day with someone you lost?

One day Carver Briggs had it all—three best friends, a supportive family, and a reputation as a talented writer at his high school, Nashville Academy for the Arts.

The next day he lost it all when he sent a simple text to his friend Mars, right before Mars, Eli, and Blake were killed in a car crash.

Now Carver can’t stop blaming himself for the accident, and he’s not the only one. Eli’s twin sister is trying to freeze him out of school with her death-ray stare. And Mars’s father, a powerful judge, is pressuring the district attorney to open a criminal investigation into Carver’s actions.

Luckily, Carver has some unexpected allies: Eli’s girlfriend, the only person to stand by him at school; Dr. Mendez, his new therapist; and Blake’s grandmother, who asks Carver to spend a Goodbye Day with her to share their memories and say a proper goodbye to his friend.

Soon the other families are asking for a Goodbye Day with Carver, but he’s unsure of their motives. Will they all be able to make peace with their losses, or will these Goodbye Days bring Carver one step closer to a complete breakdown or—even worse—prison?

Purchase: Amazon - Kindle - Audiobook

My Review

5/5 Stars

Shy high schooler Kyle Jamieson and Hailey Bosler, a musician with degenerative blindness, team up to tackle a bucket list of greatest fears in this compelling novel that explores what it means to take risks.

It starts with a list of fears. Stupid things really. Things that Hailey shouldn’t worry about, wouldn’t worry about if she didn’t wake up every morning with the world a little more blurry. Unable to see her two moms clearly. Unable to read the music for her guitar. One step closer to losing the things she cares about the most.

For a while, the only thing that keeps Hailey moving forward is the feeling she gets when she crosses something off the list.

Then she meets Kyle. He mumbles—when he talks at all—and listens to music to drown out his thoughts. He’s loaded down with fears, too. So Hailey talks him into making his own list.

Together, they stumble into an odd friendship, helping each other tackle one after another of their biggest fears. But fate and timing can change everything. And sometimes facing your worst fear makes you realize you had nothing to lose after all.

Purchase: Amazon - Kindle

My Review

4/5 Stars

I hired her to fix my company, to bring Marks Lingerie back to life. I didn’t expect her to become my friend. I didn’t expect to fall in love with her.

The first rule of business is to never touch your employees. I think there is another rule about not falling for your best friend—a rule against imagining the curves of her body, or the way her breathing would change if I pulled down her panties and unzipped my pants.

Now, I can’t wait any longer. I’m tossing out the rules.

Damn the company.
Damn our friendship.
Damn my fears.

Purchase: Amazon - Kindle - Audiobook

My Review

3/5 Stars

Chaol Westfall has always defined himself by his unwavering loyalty, his strength, and his position as the Captain of the Guard. But all of that has changed since the glass castle shattered, since his men were slaughtered, since the King of Adarlan spared him from a killing blow, but left his body broken.

His only shot at recovery lies with the legendary healers of the Torre Cesme in Antica—the stronghold of the southern continent's mighty empire. And with war looming over Dorian and Aelin back home, their survival might lie with Chaol and Nesryn convincing its rulers to ally with them.

But what they discover in Antica will change them both—and be more vital to saving Erilea than they could have imagined.

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My Review

4/5 Stars
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