Some of my favorite blog posts to read are about book bloggers’ reading experiences, and I’ve grown to love reading vlogs (10 out of 10 recommend checking out Regan of PeruseProject’s vlogs). The Book Blogger Test allows readers to learn more about a book blogger’s reading life, and I was tagged to do so by Rebecca of mylifeasasportsfangirl.

Top 3 Book Pet Peeves

1. Books that don’t stay open while I’m eating. This often happens with hardcovers that I’ve just started or I’m about to finish because of the weight of the pages?? I often try to tuck one of the corners under my plate, in fear that something will slip over. Look at me reading on the edge.

2. Rainbow bookshelves. By no means do I hate rainbow bookshelves, or bookshelves that group books together based on the color of the covers. They have rightfully taken over bookstagram. And I know this is problem that people with rainbow shelves have themselves, but I could never order my books in that order BECAUSE I WOULDN’T KNOW WHERE ANYTHING IS. I would never be able to have my books in a series out of order or all over my bookshelf, and I even prefer to have my books categorized by author, with a few exceptions—mostly space and yes, the aesthetic of my main bookshelf.

3. My Goodreads Want-to-Read shelf. So one weekend back in January, I took some time to organize my Want-to-Read/ TBR shelf on Goodreads. I was getting a bit confused about what books on my list had been released yet and decided to reorganize my shelf  by genre and unreleased books. NO LESS THAN TEN MINUTES LATER DID I GO BACK TO MY SHELF AND EVERYTHING WAS BACK IN THE OLD ORDER. The new organization of my shelf is on the Goodreads apps, but I tend to use Goodreads on my desktop a lot more. As you can see below,I hate having books that have been on my shelf forever with books that aren’t being released until 2019 right next to each other.

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Perfect Reading Spot

I love reading in bed. No, it does not make me more tired nor do I wake up in the morning with drool on the pages. I read on my bed throughout the day, and even when I read at night in bed, I often find myself wanting to stay up longer to read. One of my favorite things to do on a morning where I can have bit of a lie-in is to grab my book and stay under the blankets.

Three Reading Confessions

1. This is probably more of a book blogger confession: I don’t like book tags that are straight-up book tags. What does this mean as I’m doing a book tag right now? I don’t like book tags where you only talk about books, like ones that ask you to pick a book with a green cover or a book that has a love triangle. Instead, I like tags that are about your reading life (like today’s) or reading experiences (like this awesome library tag that I saw on The Darlings Diary).

2. Besides The Fault in Our Stars, I don’t really cry over books you’re “supposed” to cry over. For example, I’m talking about Adam Silvera’s books, Me Before You, The Book Thief, All the Bright Places, etc.

3. A few of the books that I read when I was 9 or 10 years old, like the Inkheart trilogy, are probably filled with food stains. I’ve definitely gotten better reading and eating at the same time, but 10 year-old me liked reading Inkspell and eating pizza after swim practice too much.

Last Time I Cried During A Book:

I’ve definitely read books that have brought tears to my eyes since, but the last book that absolutely made me sob was Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson.

Number of Books on my bedside table:

Usually 1-4. If I do have more than one book out, it’s because I checked out more than one book at the library.

Favorite Reading Snack:

Like how I’m a mood reader, I’m a mood snacker. Lately, I’ve been in the mood for some cheesey snacks, and cheddar rice cakes are always a favorite.

Three Books I’d Recommend to Anyone

 Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys

Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty (so you could then properly watch the TV show)

A Picture of my Bookshelves.

I give you guys a picture of my “main” shelf all the time, so you’re in for treat today by seeing two out of three of my bookcases. My third bookcase is tucked away in the corner next to my desk, and I didn’t have enough space to take a picture of the whole shelf. And yes, I know they don’t match and yes, I wish they did, but as of right now, I don’t have enough space in my bedroom for those huge (and wonderful) IKEA shelves.



Biggest Reading Secret:

I didn’t read Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows until the summer before my senior of high school. I’ve always had the HP books in my house because my mom loves them and while I read books 1-5 when I was in fourth of fifth grade, I just wasn’t as obsessed with them as I am now. Flash-forward to summer 2015 when I got the motivation to pick up Order of the Phoenix and proceeded to read the last three books in a matter of two weeks. While I enjoyed the Harry Potter films growing up, I feel like going back and reading/rereading the series (I then read books 1-4) in 2015 was when I really fell in love with Harry Potter.

 Now here’s a question for you: Do you cry when you read? If so, what books have made you cry? Share in the comments!

Reputation Book Tag


Taylor Swift’s reputation quickly became one of my favorite albums of 2017 and my Taylor_Swift_-_Reputationlove for the album has carried into 2018. It’s one of the few albums that I can listen from start to finish without skipping any songs, not to mention the fact that I’m constantly singing ‘End Game’ around my house (and now on my blog). So when I saw the Reputation Book Tag floating around Booktube, I knew I had to do the tag as well. I’ll also be giving a short review of each song from reputation before giving my bookish answers.

This version of the Reputation Book Tag was created by Sarah of Sarah’s Bookshelves over on Booktube.


1.Ready for It: I really didn’t listen to ‘Ready for It’ when the song was first released, but I instantly became obsessed when its music video was released.

A 2018 release you are READY FOR

Save the Date by Morgan Matson. While there were so many amazing releases in 2017, I really missed having a new Morgan Matson book come out.  I’m really excited about Save the Date because it centers on a WEDDING. For someone who has never been to a wedding, let alone someone who rarely thinks about her one day/maybe one, I love books and TV shows about them.


Characters that either SHOULD have been end game

Neville Longbottom and Luna Lovegood. I’m not the biggest fan of pairing off characters, but I think the two would have worked out well together!

3.I Did Something Bad: One of my favorite songs from reputation, I’m just obsessed with the beat and the lyrics (short example of how horrible I am with music terminology)

A character decision that was terrible, but you loved reading anyway

Okay, so I’m definitely the type of reader when a character makes a bad decision, I CRINGE THROUGH THE PAGES FOR THEM

4.Don’t Blame Me: I think ‘Don’t Blame Me’ really fits the vibe of the album, and this one is my sister’s current favorite

A book or series you are shamelessly addicted to

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares. I recently explained this series to my sister and when I was talking about how the pants fit all 4 girls, I felt how ridiculous the description was. However, this series (and movies) will always be among my all-time favorites and I still think there a great way to branch into YA.


5.Delicate: Im listening to ‘Delicate’ as I write this sentence, and I just love the beat/rhythm (again no idea how to describe this), it makes me dance in my seat!

A book that has a bad reputation, but that you enjoyed

Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart. Genuine Fraud was like nothing I’ve read before and I just really enjoy the psychological thriller side of E. Lockhart books. However, a lot of readers thought that that the book was just a current retelling/copy of an older novel that Genuine Fraud was based on.

6.Look What You Made Me Do: I was really confused by this song when it first came out (everyone talks about how 1989 was different from ‘old’ Taylor, but I think ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ was her new start) , but I grew to love it with the music video.

A book that Booktube made you read

Juniper Lemon’s Happiness Index by Julie Israel, which was the book of Booktube-A-Thon 2017.


7. So It Goes: love love love

A book you read but can’t remember anything about

The Infinite Sea by Rick Rancey

8.Gorgeous: This song is just so much FUN and I love putting it on repeat when I go running

A book with a gorgeous writing style

I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson (also PSA for a new Jandy Nelson book, please)

9.Getaway Car: One of my favorites from the album, I’m just obsessed with this song and love singing along to it (especially in my car)

Your favorite love triangle

I’m going with the love triangle that first comes to my mind—Katniss, Peeta, and Gale from The Hunger Games.

10. King of My Heart: Not my favorite, but I do like how it’s a little different from the other songs on the album

A character who is the king of your heart

Just one character is impossible, but let’s go with one I feel like I haven’t mentioned on the blog: Etienne St.Clair from Anna and the French Kiss. Thinking about him makes my heart swoon and reminds me that it’s time for a Anna reread!

11.Dancing With Our Hands Tied: Again, LOVE LOVE LOVE

A book that started off great but had a bad ending

My mind is blanking a bit for this one, so I’m going to with the general romantic contemporary ending where our ship sails AND WE DON’T GET TO SEE THEM ACTUALLY TOGETHER AS A COUPLE

12. Dress: If I had to pick a “least favorite”, Dress would be it. A new adult book you loved

London Belongs to Me by Jacquelyn Middleton

13.This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: My answer changes every time I listen through reputation, but ‘This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things’ IS MY FAVORITE

Book that made you want to break everything you own 


14.Call it What You Want: I love the lyric video for this one

A book title you would have call something else

Making Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone universally be called Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (even though apparently American children won’t pick up a book with philosophy in the title).

15.New Years Day: I’ve been in love with this song since Taylor’s performance of it on SNL. If she does an extended edition of reputation, I hope she includes an acoustic version of ‘New Years Day’

A book that you finished, but stuck with you the next day (and for life)

Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys


Are you a Taylor Swift fan? Have you listened to reputation? Share in the comments!

The #NotAll Book Tag

Another Thursday brings another book tag. Thursdays don’t necessarily mean book tags here on Fangirl Fury, by a nomination from Rebecca of mylifeasasportsfangirl to do the #NotAll Book Tag came at the perfect time. I originally had three posts scheduled this week, and I admit that I was feeling a bit weird. I’d say for the past two months, I’ve been scheduling at least four posts a week (winter break is amazing for a reason).

While I do plan on doing 4 a week for the next few weeks, I think at some point I will be going back to my original schedule of just posting on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. My spring semester just started and I NEVER WANT MY WORST NIGHTMARE TO COME TRUE, where I go to schedule and I have no posts ready to go.

Anyways, thank you for reading through my scheduling stress and now let’s get to the tag. Almost every reader has certain bookish pet peeves or tropes that drive them up a wall, but the #NotAll Book Tag is about those exceptions (we all have one love triangle that doesn’t make us completely bananas). The #NotAll Book Tag was created by theoragutanlibrarian.


An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir. I actually haven’t read this series (I feel like it’s one I’ll pick up when all the books are out), but the new covers to me scream kick-butt fantasy series, while the old covers scream WALL.



The Princess Diaries, aka one of my all-time favorite moviesaka WHERE IS THE THIRD ONE??


The trope in which the female protagonist ends up with the guy who has been there all along. This guy is almost always adorably sweet, a bit nerdy, and 100% book boyfriend material. I’m looking at you Max Watson (The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord) & Reid (The Upside Down of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli). 


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A Taxonomy of Love by Rachael Allen. In this case, I’m thinking about one character who’s  immediately smitten when he meets the girl next-door.


P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han. P.S. I Still Love You‘s love triangle is done well in the sense THAT YOU DON’T KNOW WHO TO CHOOSE AND THE ONLY THING THAT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER ARE SOME COOKIES BAKED BY LARA JEAN (also #tbt to when we thought that this was the last book in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series and our emotions were REALLY all over the place).


Okay, so I really can’t think of any villain that I genuinely like, so let’s go with a character that I like who’s questionably a villain: Holland from A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab.



Diana from Wonder Woman:Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo. Diana is so full of purpose and no one can get in her way (especially guys on the subway).


Scythe by Neal Schusterman. DO NOT BE SCARED BY THE HYPE LIKE I WAS GUYS BECAUSE SCYTHE IS THE SCI-FI READ THAT YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED. I’m so freaking excited for my review to go up next week and I really need Thunderhead in my life right now.


Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler. I thought this book would be perfect because it featured baking and hockey, but unfortunately, Bittersweet had a whole lot of fluff that didn’t work  (but it did make me want a cupcake, so that’s a plus).


The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath. A classic with a writing style that I could actually understand without reading the same passage 10 times, what?????

Interested in doing the #NotAll Book Tag? Then congratulations, you’ve been tagged!

Are there any tropes that you could endlessly read? Share in the comments!


The Me in Book Characters Tag

Does anyone remember when #DescribeYourselfin3FictionalCharacters was floating around Twitter? I soon became reminiscent of the hastag when I was tagged by Rebecca of mylifeofasportsfangirl to do The Me in Book Characters Tag. The Me in Book Characters Tag was created by Ash & Lo at Windowsill Books and the purpose of the tag is to list 5 book characters who you are most like and explain why.

I’ve had a lot of fun writing this tag, but I admit that I had a bit of trouble coming up with characters from books! If I could include characters from TV, I’d hands-down include Leslie Knope and DJ Tanner. Anyways, some of the characters below may be a bit more mainstream but hey, some of the best books include the most relatable charcters for me.


Lara Jean from the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy by Jenny Han– Throughout the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series, I felt that I was really similar to Lara Jean—our love for baking, having two sisters and the responsibility that comes along with being part of a family, our sense of fashion, HAMILTON, etc— but I felt like I could relate to Lara Jean the most in Always and Forever, Lara Jean. This book focuses a lot on Lara Jean getting into college and her hesitance toward the change that is yet to come, and I had a lot of the same anxieties as her during the summer before my freshman year of college and even during my first semester.

Hermione Granger from Harry PotterI see a lot of myself in Hermione purely because we are overachievers, and we both have a passion for education and reading (I wish I could also say that I see a lot of myself in her because of our magic skills). I believe that Hermione will always be such a positive, female role model for girls who partake in any part of the Harry Potter world.

Cath from Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell– Obvious choice, as Cath is quite an easy character for us fangirls and bookworms to relate to as readers and writers, but that’s why Fangirl is a much-loved novel in the book community. I see so much of myself in Cath between having only a few, but close-knit relationships, not completely loving and taking a while to adapt to the whole college experience, and her love for fandom, reading, and writing.

Josie from Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan– I’m in much need of a reread of Love and Other Foreign Words, but I remember loving this in 2015 for how much I could relate to Josie’s sarcasm, wit, and intelligence (which at times got her in a bit of trouble for her quick remarks).

Elle from Geekerella by Ashley Poston– I think I could see a lot of myself in Elle in her passion for the Starfield fandom and how her and her dad bonded over the series. This reminded me of sharing my love for some of my favorite fandoms with my parents. I saw all of The Hunger Games films in theatres with my dad (proud to say that although he’s not a reader, he read the all 3 books) and I read Harry Potter because of how much my mom loved the series.

The Great British Bake Off Book Tag

During the winter and holiday season, one of my favorite things to do is to cozy up with a cup of hot chocolate and a baking show. I love a lot of the baking shows on Food Network, especially their Baking Championship series (Holiday BC is my favorite). I’ve of course watched The Great British Bake Off on Netflix—I’ve noticed that British baking shows are a lot calmer than American ones—so when Rebecca of mylifeasasportsfangirl tagged me to do The Great British Bake Off Book Tag, I knew I was in for a treat!The Great British Bake Off Book Tag was created by Zaheerah of Zaheerah Khalik.


Amateur Baker: A book that is self-published

*raises hand in acknowledgement that they’ve been a bad bookworm in that they can’t come up with a self-published book that they’ve read*

The best answer I can come up with is Switched by Amanda Hocking, who previously self-published her work before signing with traditional publishing companies.

Soggy Bottom: A book that had a great start but disappointing ending

The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo. The ending just felt so rushed and like a quick way to end the book without having to explain the affect effect (vague but no spoilers here!).

#Bingate: A book that you grew frustrated with and had to DNF

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco. I’m just going to refer to my Goodreads review thoughts:

Stalking Jack the Ripper has received A TON of hype in the book blogging community and there’s been much hype and anticipation over its sequel, Hunting Prince Dracula. Unfortunately, this book did not at all live up to the hype for me. I couldn’t stand Audrey Rose (for such an intelligent girl, her POV read way more younger than her age), I didn’t really find much interest in anyone besides Thomas– there is also a big cast of characters because of the murders and victims that I often lost track of who was who, Audrey’s father was completely stubborn and illogical (I don’t care that this is the late 1800s and women are supposed to listen to a man’s word, Audrey should’ve walked out of the house way before she actually did),and the story is just so slow moving.

It also tried to add diversity but it didn’t work so well- Audrey talks about how her mom is Indian once and how they used to eat Indian dishes when they were younger and maybe mentions once how her skin is sort’ve dark but that’s all we get?? Additionally, I agree with the feeling that Audrey felt like a girl transported from the 21st century to 1880s England. Audrey, wearing pants isn’t going to help you fight against the controlling men in your life.

The only components I did enjoy about the book was how it took place in the past (I’ve been reading a lot of books lately set during our time) and the circus chapters. As you can tell, this book was just not my cup of tea.

Junior Bakeoff: A children’s book

Utterly Me, Clarice Bean by Lauren Child. I was absolutely obsessed with Clarice Bean in middle school. I think I still have those books store away with my Junie B. Jones books.

A Hollywood Handshake: A book that impressed you

 Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee. This book just covers SO much—sexuality, friendship, romance, family, Youtube/online content creation, and more.

Signature Challenge: A book that you would recommend to your friends and family

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. I actually recently recommended this one to my friends who was interested in reading more books set during World War II.

Technical Challenge: Books that you picked up without knowing too much beforehand, ranking them from worst to best.

 Nemesis by Brendan Reich

 The Night Circus by Erin Morgensten

Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Graynor and Heather Webb

A Short History of the Girl Next Door by Jared Reck 

Showstopper Challenge: A book/series that is your all-time favorite

One of my all-time favorite series is the Inkheart trilogy by Cornelia Funke. I really need to reread these series, as this was one of the first fantasy series I ever picked up in middle school. My copy of Inkheart might be a bit battered from carrying it back and forth to school.

The Finalists: A Favorite Trilogy

Legend by Marie Lu

An Extra Slice: A Favorite Companion Book

Just One More Night by Gayle Forman. This tag is making me remember some of my all-time favorite series, like Gayle Forman’s Just One Day series (and I’m also realzing how many books I need to reread). It’s important to note that Just One More Night takes place AFTER Just One Day and Just One Year. 

I tag:

Courtney from buried in a bookshelf 

Sara from The Book Cycle 

Dani from Perspective of a Writer

Do you like to watch baking shows? What about reading books about baking? Share in the comments!

Gilmore Girls Book Tag


I saw The Gilmore Girls Book Tag on Regan of PeruseProjects Booktube channel a few months ago and wanted to do the tag myself. I enjoy watching Gilmore Girls, and in my opinion,  Gilmore Girls: A Year of the Life was the best sequel/reboot that I’ve seen come out of Netflix so far! Sorry Fuller House! I’m really hoping for a second season of Gilmore Girls:A Year of the Life, but for right now, I’ll settle with this tag.

Lorelai | A character with a witty or sarcastic sense of humor 

Dimple from When Dimple Met Rishi. Dimple’s sarcasm was most definitely a highlight in Sandhya Menon’s debut novel, plus how often do you meet someome who’s not afraid to throw an iced coffee in a guy’s face?? Lorelai would approve, but feel sad about the wasted coffee.

Rory | Favorite classic

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. I haven’t read this one in a while,so I’m  due for a reread in the near future.

Luke| A book you secretly love, but are not afraid to admit

A book that I know isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but wasn’t definitely mine is Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella

Lane | A musical character

Adam from Gayle Forman’s If I Stay.

Dean | Your first book love (character or book you first loved)

Gale from The Hunger Games

Sookie |A book you’ve devoured

I have eaten so many books up, but I’m going to go with my most recent treat, Bonfire by Krysten Ritter.
Jess | A book you love, that gets the most hate

 A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas. A lot of people LOVE this book and series, and a lot of people hate this series. The depiction of a character’s sexuality in ACOWAR has caused much debate in the book community.

Miss Patty| A book that was ruined by the hype 

Now I often don’t pick up middle grade books, but maybe I would have picked up Serafina and the Black Cloak if I HADN’T SEEN IT EVERYWHERE THIS SUMMER. There was a lot of promotion for this series over on Booktube, and I just grew tired of seeing it in every book haul I watched. I’m all for paid promotions, but it was just too many bloggers all at once.

Emily Gilmore | An expensive book

I’m going with one of the most expensive books on my shelf, which is the illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling. The quality of the book itself and the illustrations definitely make up for the price tag.

Paris | An uptight character

Nesta from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series. There’s nothing wrong with being uptight here because Nesta is my favorite character in the ACOTAR world .

Are you a Gilmore Girls fan? Share in the comments!

Mystery Blogger Award


The Mystery Blogger Award was created by Okoto of Okoto Enigmas Blog ,and I was nominated by Rebecca of My Life as a Sports Fangirl.The purpose of the Mystery Blogger Award is to honor bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging, and they do so with love and passion. Many thanks goes to Rebecca for nominating me!

The Rules

  • Put the logo/image on your blog.
  • List the rules.
  • Thank the person who nominated you and link their blog.
  • Mention the creator of the award and link their blog.
  • Tell your reader 3 things about yourself.
  • You have to nominate 10-20 people.
  • Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog.
  • Ask your nominees 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question.
  • Share a link to your best post(s)

3 Things about Me

1.I don’t like coffee. Some people tell me that this will change as I truly “adult”, but I can’t get over coffee’s bitter taste, even when I get a flavored drink, and I find that it makes me more tired than awake. However, I’ve grown to really enjoy tea and hot chocolate will always be a favorite of mine.

2.Since Rebecca’s blog incorporates her love of sports, I thought I’d share a sports related fact about me: my favorite professional sports team is the New York Rangers. Since baseball season is coming to close (it’s at least over for me, since the Yankees aren’t in the World Series), my focus is back on hockey and NYR.

3.I’ve seen 3 Broadway shows in my life so far: Mary Poppins, Fiddler on the Roof, and Hamilton. I plan on seeing more shows in the near-future, and I’m actually going to see Waitress next month!

Rebecca’s Questions

What’s your favorite season? Summer. As it starts getting colder where I live, the more and more I miss summer and its warm weather. I love summer for being able to go swimming, sitting by the pool, going to the beach, and of course, gobbling up as many contemporary reads as possible.

Do you have any Booktube or general Youtube channel recommendations? I probably have TOO many of each, but I’ll give you a few! Booktube-wise, I recommend Christine of polandbananasbooks, Kristin of SuperSpaceChick, and Paige of The Paige-Turner. I definitely don’t watch as much general Youtube as I do Booktube, but my favorite Youtuber has to be Zoë Sugg of Zoella and MoreZoella. I love watching Zoë’s vlogs and I especially recommend her Vlogmas.

Who is your favorite superhero? Wonder Woman. I have the featured Funko Pop below to prove so, AND I WILL READ WONDER WOMAN: WARBRINGER BY THE END OF 2017. I have a signed copy of the book at home, and I get a bit nervous about bringing my signed copies from home to college because I’m afraid they’ll get ruined in travel.

Do you like to read classics? Why or why not? Yes and no. Classics are tough for me because most of the classics I’ve read have been required of my school coursework. I love reading, but I hate being forced to read a book that I may or may not have any interest in. I often have trouble connecting to the writing style of many classics, for example, I really didn’t like the writing in The Scarlet Letter and I couldn’t get through Jane Eyre. I’ve found that I enjoy classics from the late 19th century and the 20th century the most- A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, The Crucible, and The Bell Jar are among my favorites.

What’s your least favorite book that you’ve read this year? Just Friends by Tiffany Pitcock. I wasn’t a fan of the characters, the writing style, or the plot at all, and I found myself pushing this one to the side to pick up other books and I ended up forcing myself to finish.

I nominate:

Courtney from Buried in a Bookshelf

Raven and Beez from Raven & Beez  

Jade from Jade Writes Books 

If you’ve done the award already or you’re currently writing like you’re running out of time enough, no worries!

My Questions:

If you could revive any past TV show, what would it be?

Do you celebrate any holidays during the winter season?

What is or was your favorite subject in school?

If you had a soundtrack of your life, what would be three songs on the album? 

What books are you hoping to get to before the end of 2017?