Saturday, February 28, 2015

Sapphire by Sarah Fay Olson

*The author gave me an e-copy of this book for an honest review*
   Good day, everyone :) First off, as you can see, I've been changing the background to my blog a lot. Sorry if that makes things a little confusing (I'm still trying to find a good one for me to use). I am liking the one that I am using now, but tell me what you think! Also, if the person in question is reading this, my friend's birthday is tomorrow!!! I have this present I want to give to her and a little surprise on Instagram ;) haha hopefully she won't be too mad at me xD
   On to the book, for those waiting to hear about it while I rant on about measles things xD I've been asked to review this story by Sarah for an honest review. And I have to say, this will be completely honest. If you would like to buy this book on Amazon, click here. Before reading this book, I was going in, think that I would be interested in it! It really was intriguing. But, as I kept reading, I was starting to feel more and more disappointed. Everything was going by way too fast and I didn't like it. I didn't feel anything and that didn't sit well with me. The girl in the book was so... I don't know. She didn't think about things and was just waiting for everything to be perfect. Layla was so girly: talking about dresses, only thinking about the ball, rainbows and unicorns. And of course, being a girl, I love dresses and dances, but she took it way too far. And you guys know by now how I feel about girls who are strong unless it's obviously a contemporary/realistic fiction.
   BUT then this huge plot twist came and everything changed (you thought I was going to say I didn't like this book, didn't you?)! I don't even know how this book went from me almost putting the book down to me not being able to get away for 5 minutes! Unfortunately, I cannot spill the juicy content with you, so you will just have to read and find out yourself ;) But let me just tell you, I KNEW IT ALL ALONG! haha.
   I grew to respect Layla and her choices. She did what she thought was right at the time and that's all that matters. Her love for family and the people around her really made her stronger and more determined in what she wanted in life.
   I also liked her friends a lot. Tristan, Charlotte, and everyone else that came into her life and showed her the way to the right decisions. Some might have talked kindly and others might have called her names ;) But they all did it out of love for her and it really showed the importance of friends. Without them, we probably wouldn't be where we are today.
   And then there's James.  Ahh *swoons*. For some reason, I never hated the man. Even when he yelled and yelled. I knew there was something about him ;) I knew it, Sarah! *happy dance* It's amazing how well guys can hide behind masks. In real life and in books, mind you. They hold up such a front, it's amazing the mask doesn't melt into their skin and become a part of them... wow that was a weird metaphor. But still, it took James a while to take the mask off, and I'm glad he did because the face behind it is handsome <3 Anyway, when you figure out about his father, it's so sad. Who lives with that and barely has time to deal with it (This may be confusing to those who haven't read it)? Not many, I say.
   The plot in this book was always high. I loved it. After I wasn't annoyed with the beginning of the book, I liked the fast speed of it (who knew after the book was finished, 3 years have already passed). Because time and life isn't going to wait for you when you need it the most. And that sucks. But that's life and although the book was definitely fast-paced, it still went into detail when it needed to be, and I liked that. It's hard to write a fast-paced book and still write about how a building looks or the emotions a person has, but Sarah did that.
   This book really showed you the importance of family and to never look back. Everyone makes mistakes and you can't dwell on the past if you ever want to move on. The mistakes you make, no matter how bad, you wouldn't be where you are today. So always be thankful for that <3
   Sarah, please let me know if you have a second book out! :) I'd love to read it and see more or James and Layla and Charlotte and Aria<3
   Okay guys, I think that's it for the review! I rated this 4.5 just because of the beginning of the story. But other than that, READ IT haha. If you finish or have read it already, tell me what you think!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

First by Chanda Stafford

*The author gave me an e-copy of this book for an honest review*
   Hello everyone! I am back with another book review! Chanda has been kind enough to send me a ebook of First :) And it's my lucky day because my school is closed due to unfortunate weather (it was literally only 2 inches of snow...). So here I am, typing up a review when I should be finishing some homework haha. If you want to buy the book on Amazon, click here.
   Okay, can I just say, this cover has nothing to do with the book. Well, I guess it does if you want to think of the plant as a new beginning and a change in the world. But I personally like the second cover better. The cover for this book needs to be more like this one.
   Anyway, wow. Just... wow. Okay I can honestly say that this book didn't grab my attention in the beginning. I was confused with who the 'First' was and the 'Second'. I felt like the story was going slow. But, as I kept reading, I put the pieces together and I understood! And then I met Will. Ahhh swoon-worthy Will. That is when the book got interesting.
   What I really like about this book is that the to POV's that Chanda wrote were the different sides of society in a way. Sure, they both agreed on the same things, but Socrates is a higher ranking and has a million things to worry about while Mira only knows what she's been taught all her life. I like how the POV's weren't because they were interested in each other but it was merely because they are, in a way, connected. And I really like how Will and Mira didn't rush their relationship even if what they felt was instant.
   The bravery in Mira, thinking about her sister and brother, was astounding. It was nice to read about a girl who doesn't want to die, to be on the brink of turning back, and at the last minute deciding to die. Not that it was nice, but in other books, the character is adamant about dying for the greater good like their life means nothing. Like they aren't afraid. But in reality, of course you're afraid to die. And Chanda did a nice job of showing that.
   The servants and everyone else, okay, for those of you who haven't read this book, you may be a little confused. But if they know what's going to happen to her, why are they saying she's above them all? That just doesn't doesn't make sense! The people at the farm who know, spit on her, but would you like to be in her position? I didn't think so.
   Just thinking about the concept of the book... just amazes me. First was very original and I have to admire the creativity of the story. Who would have thought to have people use civilians to live longer? And honestly, who would want to live longer? To see your family die, your friends, everyone around you. Well, I guess some obviously do. It's strange to see the Mira and Will and Socrates all think like the Lifers but they aren't one. I guess that just shows there are others ways to change the way the government does things than to bomb everyone.
   I have a few minor critiques about this book (minor means like... really minor). One, I know that romance was far from the point of the story, but I wanted to read the story behind the girl in the cafeteria. What was her story? Another is that I didn't really know the concept of the First and Seconds. I know who they are and what they do, but it took me a while to put the pieces together and I think the story would have grabbed me more if I knew from the beginning.
   Other than that, this book was amazing. It's scary to know what the future will hold for our children and their children and so on. What will to government do in the future? What will technology bring us, will it be for the better, or would it make life even worse? Worse for whom? All these questions are running through my mind right now.
   I really hope that there will be a second book out, I want to know wha Mira and Max and Will and Dr. Scoffield will do! You all should definitely pick this book up and read it! 4.5 stars for me <3 GO GOGO pick this book up! It's worth the read (and Will will appreciate it ;))
   Thank you again, Chanda! I really hope to read some more of your books (and the second one of First). Let me know if and when you are going to release them! 

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Two-Faced by Nia Davnport

*The author gave me an e-copy of this book for an honest review*
   Good evening/morning (depending on where you live) everyone! I know that it's a little weird for me to be making a review in the middle of the week. But I have been asked to read and review three books and I wanted to write my reviews right after I've finished. THREE books! That might not be a lot for some of you out there with amazing blogs, but I just started and ahhh this is awesome <3 Nia Davenport has been amazing enough to ask me to review her book and I took to first chance I had. The story is so amazing, let me tell you. So go pick it up and we can all talk about it! If you want to get the book on Amazon, click here.
   Two-faced is about this assassin, payed to kill the Crowned Prince. But can she do it? I really liked this book. From page one I was intrigued. Zander is absolutely perfect! Confident, yet not arrogant. Beyond handsome. Cares about other people's lives. What more could you ask for? And Skyler is so badass. I absolutely love books that have a strong woman in it. Not that everyone thinks that we girls are weak, but it just shows that we can do the same things that men can do, and sometimes more. So watch out ;) Anyway, yes, I love how Skyler is an assassin. And I like her girly side too; the dresses and make up (what girl doesn't have her girly moments?).
   This book taught me how hard it is to be someone you actually aren't. And how there is forgiveness if you earn it. Not everything has to be so black and white all the time. And the grey areas might be hard and confusing, but it's worth fixing the problem instead of walking away from them.
   I have to say though, as much as I do love this book (and I absolutely do), I wish it was slower-paced. If Nia went more in depth with the details and didn't rush the love connection, than I think this book would have been much better. I felt as though I wasn't able to fully grasp the feeling behind each moment before the next event came into play. And therefore, I have to give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. Hopefully the next one will have a more slower pace :)
   Other than that, I have to really like this book! Did I tell you how much I like the cover? Simple and elegant, yet mysterious and strong. I cannot wait for the second book to come out and read more stories of Zander and Skyler :)
   Unfortunately, I can't go into more depth about this book. I guess you'll just have to go read it to know more ;) You guys have to read it and tell me what you think! I hope you guys liked it as much as I do! Nia, you did a wonderful job on making me ship Zander and Skyler. Would that be Zyler? or Sander? haha I don't really know. How would you guys put it?
   Thank you again Nia for sending me your book :) Let me know when the next one releases ASAP! 

Friday, February 20, 2015

Krys, An Upcoming Author of Caged...

   Two posts in a day? Is this the same person who used to never post anything? You can put your worries to rest, yes it's me ;) As you know, I am trying to promote my blog as much as I can (if you want to promote it too, I would deeply appreciate it) and in return, I am trying to promote others' work (blogs, books, etc). If any of you have anything you would like me to try and get to the world, feel free to tell me and we will talk about it :)
   As I said, I'm trying to promote people's work. And like my friend's book, Royally Twisted (check out My Friend's Book in the Making), I am going to be promoting another book!
   As I am on Goodreads, I try to talk to a lot of friendly people. I met this man named Krystain. He is currently writing a book and needs some beta readers out there to help him read his book! So if any of you are willing, let me know and I will tell him! Or go on Goodreads and look him up (his name is Krystain Brown)! He's more than happy to have you :)
   Krys is, as said, writing a book called, Caged. Heres the summary:
   Jamie, Don, and Sarah- the "Caged" family- are given a sudden surprise as their once missing and proclaimed said brother, Jansen, returns. Only, the longer Jansen stays in town- alive and well- the longer everyone's secrets are being threatened. 
   Jansen, returning to his home town and surprising his family, brings more than trouble with him. Sadly, like a twisted welcome home gift, Jansen knows that someone in his family is plotting his certain death. Having a plan of his own at play, Jansen being to move his chess pieces. 
   Jamie is thrilled that her brother is alive and well, even if her secrets are now being threatened. With her brother in town and at her side, Jamie's life is taking a twisted turn as she realized that the world isn't what it once seemed. 
   Don was thrilled with his life before his brother reappeared. And now, Don has to deal with the dangers of having Jansen back in town. With Jansen back, Don has to discover his secrets before Jansen begins to uncover Don's. If Don is too late, then theres a chance that his own life can take a twisted turn for the worst. 
   Sarah has to swallow the biggest pill of all- her son is alive. With everyone on the line, Sarah beings to make a few calls and move a few pieces on her chess board. In the end, she knows what she has to do. 
   I have read the first two chapters that are up and so far, so good! I really like the story so far and the different POV's that Krystain has made. I also like the different battles between the family. I know, I know, family feuds aren't supposed to be a good thing. But I mean, this isn't a normal one! It has demons and angels and probably more that I haven't even read yet! So far, there is no love interest, but I kind of like the fact that people are fighting about a sibling instead of a girl/boyfriend. It's different and we need that in books right now.
   Krystain is working hard and is willing to hear how he is doing. I see the great potential in this book, and we want you to go read this intriguing story! if you do, let me know! Let Krys know! And/or subscribe to his page ( 

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

   Hello everyone! I don't know you guys have any idea how happy it makes me when I get an email saying someone commented on my blog. I love hearing from you guys, seriously! It makes my day <3 I am happy to announce that school was cancelled today! I'm pretty busy this weekend going to my friend's dance competition so I wanted to write a review now, before I get too busy and forget.
   WARNING: if there are any typos or weird grammar as you continue, than I'm sorry, I'm just getting over the EMOTIONAL STATE THIS BOOK PUT ME THROUGH. Also, this story is really intense and I don't think it calls for a funny review, so it will be pretty sober. If you are not looking for that, then this isn't the review for you. Hopefully next week will be more your type ;) On that note, let's get to it! 
   I am learning American Sign Language in school right now. The vocabulary as well as the culture. I am not Deaf so I can't say I know how they feel around us hearing people, but I do understand the the sidelong looks that people give, the too loud whispers. This book, it showed you how hard it is to live when people around you are staring. We live in a world where people stare if you're not what they think is "normal" and it makes people uncomfortable, angry. I know first hand when I broke my leg. I couldn't look at anyone in the eye for the longest time because I didn't want to see their pity (look at My Trip to the Hospital if you want to know about it). Obviously, this is not the same as the man in the book who can't move his arms or anything below the stomach. Or any other person out there that might be even the tiniest related to the man in this book. 
   When I started reading this book, I honestly thought it was just going to be another one of those life-is-perfect-in-the-end books. But it wasn't. And for that, I'm glad. 
   Jojo Moyes did such a terrific job in writing this book, it blew my mind. It showed the struggles in life that some authors miss in their stories. The complications of living in not the wealthiest homes. Finding a job. Hoping and finding nothing at the end. The bad timing in relationships. It showed the happiness in life, too. Having someone to talk to. Facing your fears. Going out of your comfort zone to find something truly amazing. Finding love. This book showed the imperfectness of life so well. Not everything is okay, people are not okay, but you do the best you can out of those moments. 
   I can't give anything away, but this book really opened my eyes on our world. To never take anything for granted. To live life to the fullest. Now, I already knew those things, but it was a huge wake up call. Because you never know what life is going to throw at you, and you need those great times to outshine the shadows. 
   Will and Lou are probably the saddest story I've ever heard about. And probably one of the best. You have no idea how much I cried (and I wouldn't want you to know), but I wouldn't change anything about the story. I wouldn't change the outcome or any of the characters. The life they lived, the people they met. Nothing. 
   This book will forever change your heart. Give this book a read, guys. THEN WE CAN CRY TOGETHER. 

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

My Friend's Book in the Making...

   Hi everyone!:)
   Has anyone had to shovel a boat load of snow today? I sure did... it was surely a great work out at least hahaha. This morning, I was stuck between photo editing and shoveling!
   Photo editing what exactly? Why, I'm glad you asked (or maybe you didn't, but I will answer it anyway)! The above picture is a cover I literally just made for my friend's book that she is making on Wattpad (her username is on the bottom right corner). She hasn't written anything yet, but she wanted me to make a cover for her and give her input on the details of her story.
   Now, the story... I can't really give any specifics, but I think I can give some generalities. Lia lives in modern-day England (think Jemima West with brown hair)... She's has the typical smart mouth and knows how to defend herself if needed. One day, she gets kidnapped and sent where?... not where. When. To the 17th century...To 1673. She is brought to a kingdom, where everyone thinks that she is the missing princess that has went away. No... she can't be. But that's not what the people are telling her. She has to learn about the royal ways: dresses and shoes (theres no way she's ever going to wear those things that looks like a disaster waiting to happen), fighting (now that, she can handle), princes, and least of all, politics. And out of nowhere, she is caught in a love triangle between the prince, Alexander, and the man who kidnapped her, Eric. Who will she choose? And does she really want to go back to her time anymore?
   For the cover, I took a picture off google and colored the back black. The silhouette shows someone that helps her throughout the way, in ghost form;) It also shows her responsibilities of being a princess and her wanting to run away from it, not wanting them. But Lia wearing the dress shows that, at the same time, she kind of likes the new world she is cast into. She wants to help, but she also wants to go home.
   I think that's all I can tell you before I give anything away! Hopefully my terrible summary intrigued you to read the book and that you like the not-too-crappy cover xP I'll post more details at my friend consent.
   Well, I think that's all for today:) Hope the snow isn't too bad where you are! And if there isn't any where you live, well, you're lucky. Tell me what you think of anything!
   Thank you for 800 views! You guys rock my world<3 

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Invaded by Melissa Landers

   Two reviews in one week?! Yes, it's true. I would have finished this book way earlier, but Rachel E Carter, the author of the Black Mage series had asked me to read her book Apprentice and write a review before it comes out (please check it out;D Also, the first book of the Black mage series, First Year, is on sale for $.99 in ebook form!). No, I didn't stop reading this one in the middle because it was boring, I simply wanted to make sure I finished Apprentice on time. Plus, I did try to read both books at the same time, it's hard for me to read multiple books because I tend to get the stories mixed upxD Trust me when I say I'm in love with the Alienated series.
   The reason why it has taken me to long to read this lovely book is because I pre-ordered it online so I could get a specialized signed copy of it (pictures are on my Twitter)! It was totally worth it<3 So since it's been out for about a week and you guys that have read it already, feel free to comment below and tell me what you think of the book:)
   Okay, to the actual review part. I think what I really loved most about this book- besides Aelyx, of course- is that I rarely had an instance where I knew what was going to happen next. I was pondering their problems right along with Aelyx and Cara, thinking about what's going on and how to fix it. I loved the conflicts the two were facing and the decision Clara made towards the end of the book. I liked how she didn't make a decision wholly based on one person (sorry, I can't go into further detail for those who haven't read the book yet. But for those who have, I think you know what I mean).
   Argh, this is so hard to write without giving anything away! Let's just say that I truly loved this book and out of 5, I'd give Invaded a 10.
   This book... along with all the action and hurt, it was at the same time sweet. You see Aelyx and Cara's love and I swear, it's so palpable you could practically reach out and feel it. And then, you see the love that blooms right when you thought that you couldn't feel happy again, that's the best kind of love. And you see the slow love, first indifference, slowly coming into something more (and hopefully in the third book, they will be together). This book just shows you that there are so many different kinds of love, and most of the time, it's when you least expect it.
   I think what I really got out of this book is that not everything is so black and white, good and bad. There's that huge grey area where you don't know if it's good or bad. I think we all know that in life, there is no clear line where the white starts and the black ends, but sometimes we can't help feel that certain things are just all bad or all good. We need a wake up call from that and try to see both good and bad in everything.  Like phones for instance. Most might think that yes, phones are always good. And in some ways they are, faster communication and mobile games when we're bored for example. But in others, like ruining your eye-sight and killing your brain cells or decreasing the amount of face-to-face conversations and mailed letters (I personally think that letters sent by mail are the sweetest things in the world... I don't know why), it's not so lovely.
   I love Melissa Landers' writing and really hope that she is able to make a third book. Unfortunately, she doesn't know if she can because it all depends on how well her books sell. So go go go and buy Alienated  and Invaded! WE NEED THE THIRD BOOK.
   I'm just sitting here, thinking about what the third book will be like. I'm sort of like this...
   Yes, I. Need. The third. Book. Now.

   Well, I have to stop here so I can get ready to go to my friend's house. So guys, hopefully you all have enjoyed this series as much as I do:) Tell me what you guys think and we can all talk about it! Love you guys<3

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Apprentice by Rachel E Carter

*The author gave me an e-copy of this book for an honest review*
   As promised, a review for Apprentice! Fist, I want to say how deeply honored I am to be writing a review of this book before it comes out on the 17th! Thank you so much Rachel for giving me this amazing chance:) Secondly, I want to note that the first book is out for only $.99 so go get it NOW!!!
   Okay, so this review will be kind of hard considering that I want to spill so much but I can't! I literally just finished it an hour or so ago and it's still running through my head! AHHHHH! If I would I would cover this book with stars because it's worth that many... But it would ruin the book and I wouldn't want to do that. 
   Apprentice is the sequel to First Year in the Black Mage series. I was caught on these two books from the beginning and each page was filled with action and romance and friendship. It was a balance between love and hate, friends and enemies, laughs and cries and screams and I think that is what was so great about it. It had me on the edge of my seat just waiting for the next emotion to hit me. It's like you think something's going going to go one way and the next, it's the total opposite. Then you expect another thing to happen and again, you're thrown off balance. 
   Rachel did a really amazing job showing the different conflicts Ryiah had gone through. Her struggles with her powers, the relationship the people closest to her have made, and especially the decision to chose one guy or the other. I have to say, I chose the right guy;) It was also great to show Darren's many sides, Alex's determination for his love, Darrik's growth throughout the years. The character development was amazing and I loved it:) 
   And a  book isn't good if it's not making me want to scream "COME ON!" In the middle of class... And I nearly did! Countless times I've had to fight the urge to throw my phone across the room or hold back the urge to yell at my phone as if it just turned off on me in the middle of an intense game of Temple Run. And I have to admit, it made me want to cry out of anger, annoyance, hurt, and love. 
   There's not much else I can say without giving everything away! And I feel like if I keep writing, something's going to slip and I don't think you would be all too happy about thatxD The only thing I can say is that these unique books are worth the read<3 And- not wanting to sound too desperate, but- Rachel E Carter is an amazing writer and I am dying (DYING) for the next book (so hurry up so I can read it already:D)! 

   Good night everyone:) Hope you guys enjoyed<3

Saturday, February 7, 2015

This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E Smith

   My friend and I are trying to not say the word "like" in unnecessary places and I think we are failing... you have no idea how hard it is for me to stop. That word is on the tip of my tongue and I have to swallow it back every time I'm about to say it. Any of you guys trying something new?:)
   As promised, I'm back with a book review!!! So I've read this book a while ago around the time it first came out, and I've decided to reread it this weekend! I'm still reading it, but I'm close to being done. The reason for rereading this book- besides the fact that it's amazing- is because I wanted something cute and happy to read. Have any of you ever had a moment where you just keep thinking about this one book and this one scene in that book for like a few days and you can't stop thinking about it? Well, that's what happened to me. I kept thinking about the cover and- not wanting to spoil anything- that one (happy) scene before heading north. I kept thinking about it and envisioning it in my head until I thought man, I have to read this book again. And I did. THEN, I looked at Jennifer E Smith's twitter and noticed a book that I haven't read yet (Hello, Goodbye, And Everything In Between)! So that might be my next book;)
   What does happy look like? I think happy looks like walks in the park- or on the beach. Warm breezes on a sunny day. Smiles, laughs. Snuggling up with a book. Rain. Music. Fireplaces. Movies. Flowers and summer and ice cream. Winter when it's snowing. Fall right when the leaves are changing. Spring when the suns out. Happy looks like books. It looks like ice skating. Sunrises. My dog. Or the stars outside on a clear night. The moon when its big and orange. What does happy look like to you???
   When I bought this book and read it, I thought that this is the perfect summer book. Well... it takes place in the summer... but still, it's calm and cute with a pinch of funny and suspense. I really liked the beginning with the back-and-forth emails and the short emails in between each chapter. I thought that was really unique and a really great way to give the story some cool texture in the way that it's not just the usual words written on the pages, and instead of quotes before each chapter, there are emails (if that makes sense).
   What I liked about this book is that it had the POV of both the guy and girl. I know, a lot of books have that, but I just really enjoyed it in this novel. You could see the conflicts between them and what one is doing at the exact same time the other is away.
   The ending though... you just have to read the book to understand... *sigh*
   It's not a good book unless it's tough you something, and this book is definitely an amazing one. It taught me that love isn't easy. And it's not something you can plan or expect. I already knew that before this book, but it made me see that. In Ellie's situation, the last person she expected to fall for was a guy with cameras following him, but it happened and once you fall, you can't go back. And on Graham's side, he realized that love isn't like it is in the movies. It isn't as simple as a kiss and everything is perfect. The two couldn't be more different and at the same time, they couldn't be more the same.
   If you guys haven't picked up this book yet and you're that kind of person who likes those cute books every once in a while, GOOO PICK IT UPPPPPP!!!:D
   Please do not continue reading until you have read the book:)
   Okay, I both liked and disliked the ending. I knowwww that it was sweet and cute and sad and bitter-sweet. And it represents (to me at least) that you never know what the future holds, the complications and sadness and happiness that comes along with it. But I was still sitting in school wanting to scream, "WELL WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!?" I mean, is he going to just leave??? It sounded like it but they have to meet again!.. right? I don't even know. But I hope he would at least try to see her again.
   I kind of know there won't be a sequel to this book, but I wish there was.. I wish there wasn't at the same time.
   I mean, it would be amazing to know more about the two star-crossed lovers and what happens after staring out at the sunrise, but at the same time... I don't want to end the peacefulness of the ending, no matter how abrupt it was. There's a pureness to them sitting there that I both want to end or just let them have and I don't know which one I would choose.
   One minute I'm thinking about it and I'm thinking I want a sequel. I have to know whats going to happen. And the next I'm changing my mind! What if I don't want it. I mean they are so happy I don't want to ruin that. Have you ever had that? You want two totally different things? It's like when you're debating if you want to punch someone in the face or hug them...
   Is it normal to be soooo conflicted on this one book? I guess that just proves how much I like it!<3

   Anyway, I hope to pick up Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between soon! Sounds so adorable<3 I have to go do some studying on Nannochloropsis oculata now. Next week, I hope to be back for another review!

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Rant... And Asking for Suggestions

   Good evening everyone... or good morning?:)
   Okay so if you guys aren't the type of people that like random rants about random things, you can just skip over this post (but hopefully you won't<3).
   Can I just say, my bookshelf if literally five feet away from me and it feels like five miles. I can't read (homework), I can't buy books (ran out of my money). I mean, do any of you have that problem? Maybe it's not school. Maybe it's your job and one day (or everyday like me) you just want to do nothing and read from sun up to sun down. Don't get me wrong, I do my best in school and follow through, but ohhh myyygoshhhh I want a break!

   I should probably be doing my homework now... hmmm....
   Last year, towards the end of the school year, I was so desperate for my beach week, I was so close to screaming at innocent bystanders..

   Or have any of you been in a book slum but didn't know it? I don't know if it's the homework or the book, but it is taking me a longggg time to read my book (Half Bad). And this book is pretty good- the beginning was kind of slow for me, but I'm getting there. I don't even know but whatever it is, I want it to stop! haha.

   Anyway, I don't really do rants so I'm sorry about that.
   I also wanted to know if you guys wanted me to do any specific book reviews? If you like the gifs or not? Should I change by background/theme? If you have want to voice anything THIS IS YOUR CHANCE!... well it's always your time to shine<3 don't be afraid to let me know if I'm doing a terrible job!;)
   Peace out book lovers<3