Hi guys! It’s officially spring. There is still snow on the street and the wind is still freaking cold but at least the sun is shining. I bought some tulips today to “celebrate” the first day of spring. Yey! Anyway, I’m here to share with you this exciting read-a-thon that I’ll be joining for the next three months.
Hey guys! I’m finally back with my January and February Wrap-Up post! Better late than never, right? (That’s my favorite motto these days. Haha!) Anyway, I am so happy to be back here and hoping that you guys are still looking forward to read my new posts. I included my mini reviews of the books I read in this post and also my book haul. So it’s a little long but I hope you enjoy reading it. So without further ado, let’s begin.
The Beauty That Remains
by Ashley Woodfolk
Published on : March 6, 2018
ISBN : 9780525578284
Genre : Young Adult Fiction, Contemporary
I would like to thank Penguin Random House International for providing me an advance reading copy of this book and for inviting me to join this international blog tour. This did not affect my overall opinion of the book.
Happy Weekend, guys! It is now almost February and a lot of new books have already been released. I bet you have added more than 30 books on your TBR few days before January 2018. As for me, one of my goals for this year is to read the books that I have on my shelves for a long time already. Also, I am currently in a book-buying ban and I am proud to say that I am doing really great since I have not bought any new books so far. Let’s see until when I can handle it good. Haha.
So I am here to share with you some of the new releases that I cannot wait to get my hands on. Goodluck to book-buying ban. There are a lot of them so I’ve divided my posts into 2 parts.
Hey guys! Is it too late to talk about the best books I read in 2017? I don’t think so. I wasn’t able to reach my reading goal (which was 60), BUT I read a couple of great books so it was totally okay with me. PLUS, I was on an incredible vacation late last year.
Out of 57 books I read, I only picked 10 favorites to keep this list short. So without further ado, here are the books that I absolutely enjoyed and loved! (in no particular order)
by Marie Lu
Series : DC Icons #2
Published on : January 2, 2018
(Penguin Random House)
ISBN : 9780525578567
Genre : Young Adult, Fantasy
I would like to thank Penguin Random House International for sending me a finished copy of this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review and for including me in the Batman: Nightwalker Global Blog Tour. This did not affect my overall opinion of the book.
Seven Days Of Us
by Francesca Hornak
Published on : October 17, 2017 (Berkley Books)
Genre : Contemporary, Fiction
The Grip Of It
by Jac Jemc
Published on : August 1, 2017 (FSG Originals)
Genre : Horror, Fiction, Psychological Thriller
Hey guys! Another unboxing? Why not! I’m pretty sure by now that you guys know already what Page Habit is and how awesome their boxes are. So a week ago, I received my YA Fiction Quarterly Box and it’s pretty awesome!
Hi guys! Few days ago, I received this very special box from Illumicrate. I honestly wasn’t expecting for this at all so thank you so much, Daphne, for this! You are the best!
I’m so thrilled to be a part of this blog tour for Francesca Hornak’s debut novel, Seven Days Of Us, that was published three days ago. I’m currently reading it and hoping to finish over the weekends so watch out for my review.
Hey guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful day. I know it’s Monday (again) but it’s another new day so we still have to be thankful for it. I’m here to share with you the books I’ve received from the past few days. So far, I received 5 books from these amazing publishers and authors. Please check out the publication dates because two of these books are not yet published. Let’s start.
Huzzah! I received my Page Habit September box few days ago and I can’t wait to show it to you, guys! Also, I’m now one of their brand ambassadors! Yey!
Hey guys! It’s time of the month again. For the month of September, I was able to read 4 books. I’ve just finished the 4th book two days but I think it’s still counted as September read. I’ve been in a slight reading slump last month which was not good… at all. I also wasn’t able to update my blog last month as much as I wanted to. Im going to try again this month and hopefully everything will work according to the plan. So, let’s start with my wrap-up.
“But when fall comes, kicking summer out on its treacherous ass as it always does one day sometime after the midpoint of September, it stays awhile like an old friend that you have missed. It settles in the way an old friend will settle into your favorite chair and take out his pipe and light it and then fill the afternoon with stories of places he has been and things he has done since last he saw you.” – Stephen King / Salem’s Lot
by Marie Lu
Series : Warcross #1
Published on : September 12th 2017
(G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers)
Genre : Young Adult, Science Fiction
Hi guys! Christmas is here! Haha. In the Philippines, Christmas starts at the beginning of “ber” months. We Filipinos take this holiday very seriously even it means heavy traffic, crowded streets/malls and long list of gifts. The last time I spent Christmas with my family was in 2013. It’s been a while now and I’m really missing all the festivities, food and of course, my loved ones. But let’s not talk about that now because I’m here for my August Wrap Up.
The Catcher In The Rye
by J.D. Salinger
Published on : July 16, 1951 (Little, Brown)
Genre : Classics, Fiction
If The Creek Don’t Rise
by Leah Weiss
Published on : August 22, 2017 (Sourcebooks Landmark)
Genre : Historical Fiction, Adult
The Rest Of Us Just Live Here
by Patrick Ness
Published on : August 2015 (Walker Books)
Genre : YA, Contemporary, Fantasy