1. Night Owls by Jenn Bennett
Rating: 4/5 stars
Goodreads Synopsis: Meeting Jack on the Owl—San Francisco’s night bus—turns Beatrix’s world upside down. Jack is charming, wildly attractive…and possibly one of San Francisco’s most notorious graffiti artists.
But Jack is hiding a piece of himself. On midnight rides and city rooftops, Beatrix begins to see who this enigmatic boy really is.
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Welcome to my overly ambitious TBR pile for the month of June as I’m participating in Panemathon! It is a wonderful readathon and it is so accessible. You can really make it suit you and your reading habits.
As you can see however, I am not making this easy this easy for myself! You see, Panemathon is a competition, just like The Hunger Games. You sign up (closes May 31st!) to the district of your choice and earn points for your district. I’ll be representing District 8 and I highly encourage you to sign up for 8 too!
I’ll leave a link at the end of the post where you can find more information about how Panemathon works.
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All the books featured today are books that are on my physical TBR. I had to limit myself to choosing five books or I would be here all day because the amount of books I want to read is insane.
1. Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez
Continue reading “Five Books I Want to Read Soon”
I’ve just finished re-reading The Hunger Games trilogy in preparation for The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes which comes out tomorrow (ahhhh!). I’ve always loved these books and reading them again was such a wonderful experience. I am so unbelievably excited for this new book and so I thought it’d be fun to do this tag. Continue reading “The Hunger Games Book Tag”
April was a wonderful month of reading for me. Up until April I had only read nine books but I managed to read fourteen in April alone! Some of the books I read were truly amazing so I hope you can find some new ones to add to your TBR!
1. Sadie by Courtney Summers
Rating: 4/5 stars Continue reading “Wrap Up! April 2020”
Hi everyone! I hope you’re all keeping safe and well!
Due to Coronavirus (a sentence I’m sure you’ve read countless times by now) the annual book festival, YALLWEST could not physically take place. They decided instead however to go virtual, conducting panels with authors via the infamous Zoom under the name, Y’ALLSTAYHOME. I thought this was a lovely thing and I was especially pleased because it meant that international readers like me could also take part. I just thought it’d be nice do a write up of what was a lovely event but first I’d like to thank all the authors and organisers for ensuring it could happen! Continue reading “Y’ALLSTAYHOME- Saturday”
*I received an E-ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*
Goodreads Synopsis: Preachers’ daughters aren’t supposed to be atheists. They’re also not supposed to make pacts to lose their virginity by the end of the year, but high school senior Meredith Beaumont is sick of letting other people tell her who to be.
Spending the last four years as Mute Mare, the girl so shy just thinking about boys could trigger panic attacks, Meredith knows exactly what it’s like to be invisible. But when a vindictive mean girl gets her manicured claws on the anti-virginity pact and spreads it around the school—with Mare’s signature at the bottom—Mare’s not so invisible anymore. She just wishes she was. Continue reading “The Anti-Virginity Pact by Katie Wismer”
Hi, everyone! How are you all?
From the title, I’m sure you have deduced that we are going to be talking about the books I’ve read in 2020. At the minute I’m averaging about three books a month but I’m hoping to increase that given that school has become somewhat less of a commitment these days. I really want something positive Continue reading “Wrap Up! January to March 2020”
Welcome to the first virtual meeting of Bookscovery! Bookscovery is made up of my bookish friend Jemma, me and hopefully all of you! It was born out of a wish to discover some new favourite books together. Our book of the month is Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco! We really hope you enjoy it!
*Read to the end for more information about our Continue reading “Bookscovery: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco”
Well, hasn’t 2018 just flown by us? I wish you a happy beginning to 2019 with a look back at the past reading year 2018. This was my first year of properly logging my reading on Goodreads. I have to say, I really did thoroughly enjoy taking part in the challenge myself this year rather than simply cheering everyone else on from the side lines (although I do still love seeing how everyone else is getting on!). When I set my challenge back on January 1st 2018 I didn’t know Continue reading “My 2018 Bookish Favourites”