Long time, no see, bibliophiles! How goes it?
Today, I’m here to deliver to you, some YA sci-fi’s I love that I haven’t seen a whole lot of people reading or talking about. I haven’t screamed about any underrated faves in a while, so I figured this post was long overdue.
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It’s no secret that March is rolling out some great releases this year
The book community is practically buzzing. Every Tuesday there are new books to celebrate, so this Tuesday, I’m listing my most awaited releases of the month.
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These are both fair questions.
So, I’ve been on a sort of unofficial hiatus for the past few weeks and my only excuse is that my life got extremely busy when school started in August. And by the time October rolled around I was lost in schoolwork, music practice, and (trying) to read.
Which brings us to: What have I been reading?
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So I could use a readathon right now.
I’m 8 books behind on my reading challenge as of late, which is only slightly pitiful, especially since I can feel the calendar pushing towards August and the start of my sophomore year. I’m going to be pulled into homework, AP classes, and extracurriculars.
Therefore, I feel like this is my chance to catch up. It’s now or never and I really want to achieve my goal this year.
Continue reading “Booktubeathon 2017 TBR”
I know you can’t see me, as is the nature of a blog, but I am throwing confetti at you.
Well, in my mind at least because, hey, IT’S MY ONE YEAR BLOGIVERSARY BABY!
It’s really difficult for me to believe that it’s been a whole year. This time last year, I was freaking out and reading re-reading my first blog post before it went live. I was so nervous that no one would ever read it. That no one would ever read anything I ever wrote.
I don’t even have the words to thank everyone that has ever read one of my posts. Even if you didn’t get past the first sentence, you clicked on it, for some reason, and I am grateful.
Continue reading “One Year Blogiversary Q&A | LET’S CELEBRATE AND GET SENTIMENTAL”
So it’s almost been a year.
That’s… wild. It really has flown by, but that’s probably because
I was pretty inactive for the first six months blogging is just so much fun!
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Deciding what to read next is hard.
As bookworms, we know this. As bloggers, we especially know this. Who has time to read a book that they’re just not interested in? As such, I generally don’t bother picking up books that I’m not at least 70% sure I’ll enjoy. I mean, my TBR is begging for mercy as it is, and it just cannot afford the extra weight.
Continue reading “5 Books I Didn’t Expect to Love | Spoiler Alert: I Did!”
I’m slowly approaching my eight-month blogiversary! YAY!!
“Jordyn. Eight months? That’s kind of a random number!” Yes it is! But you’ll only be able to find out why eight months is so symbolic in the actual blogiversary post! Get psyched for that. I know it’ll keep you up at night.
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Haha, afraid. Because, you know… Happy Friday the 13th!
Friday the 13th has always seemed like a mini-Halloween to me. I mean, sure, you don’t dress up and go trick-or-treating, but it does have that spooky aspect to it.
In honor of today, I’m talking about 13 diverse books that I totally need to get my hands on this year. And, despite the title that was created to celebrate this “holiday”, I’m not afraid of any of these. On the contrary, I’m freaking pumped to read them. Some have already been released, some have yet to be published, but either way, I’ve got to read these books before the year is up.
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I’m not going to say that this reading year sucked, because it didn’t. I read some great things – in fact, I even found my new favorite book/trilogy! Yay!
But, if I had to describe my year in books in one word, it would be… mediocre.
My multi-month reading slump made it difficult to keep a steady rhythm of reading. The whole pick up a new book, devour it, then pick up the next one. Rinse and repeat. That was last year’s reading. This year, not so much.
Continue reading “A Reading Year in Review | Goodbye 2016”