The queen of YA contemporary is back and she’s taking it to Hollywood this time.
There are some authors that I truly love but I regret that I haven’t read everything they’ve ever written
September was a weird reading month for me. It’s beginning the season of “OMG every book I want to read is coming out at the same time” but I’m also working a full time job, in four grad school classes, and writing on the side, so I didn’t have as much time for reading as I wanted
October is going to wreck my TBR. There are SO many books coming out,
I am in love with Edelweiss, and also horribly addicted. My digital ARC stack grows by the day thanks to Edelweiss, and they’re already fully stocked with 2019 spring releases you may not have even heard about
I only recently started listening to audiobooks, less than a year ago, but I’ve listened to a ton in 2018 already. To be exact, I’ve listened to 44 audiobooks this year alone!
So ARC August was a complete failure for me.
One of my goals for this year (and I had 100 of them) was to read everything by Kasie West and I can proudly say I accomplished it before the end of June!
The queen of cute contemporary YA novels is back with a new book full of more alliteration on the heels of Love, Life and the Lis
I’ve decided to be really intentional about my reading in July because I’m planning to start grad school and move and start working full time in August if not sooner and I really should be on top of my crap by then.
I can’t believe June went by so quickly, but I shouldn’t be surprised because I’m pretty sure I spent the entire month buried in a book, or listening to a book,or at the library.
In May I graduated from college, moved back home to Kentucky, studied for the GRE, and read a ton of books. Here’s a recap.