"You’re going to realize it one day — that happiness was never about your job, or your degree, or being in a relationship. Happiness was never about following in the footsteps of all of those who came before you, it was never about being like the others. One day, you’re going to see it — that happiness was always about the discovery, the hope, the listening to your heart and following it wherever it chose to go. Happiness was always about being kinder to yourself, it was always about embracing the person you were becoming. One day, you will understand. That happiness was always about learning how to live with yourself, that happiness was never in the hands of other people. It was always about you. It was always about you." @rainbowsalt
Happiness starts with you! Happy Monday! Take care wherever you are!
Thinking if I should change my feed into something else 😂 I want a flatlay mixed with close up pics huehue.
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TAG #ihavenever by @bibliobanshee thankyou Unnie! Feel free to do the tag or not.
🌚Dog eared a book? YES
🌚Lied about reading a book? NO
🌚Borowed a book without returning it? YES. More than once 😂
🌚Spoiled a book for someone? YES. ALWAYS 😂
🌚DNF a book? YES. ALLEGIANT.
🌚Cried over a book? YES. In ACOWAR
🌚Lied about not loving a book? NO
🌹QOTD: What's your happiness? Or what/who's giving you happiness?
"I'm blown away by how happy you make me. Thank you for being there for me when I'm stupid enough to think I'd rather be alone." 💜 - Adam Silvera (History is All You Left Me)
QOTD: What's your favourite love song? 💕
It's the first #mentalhealthmonday of March, and I'm immensely grateful to my bookstabestie @wherebookscollide 🤗 to have created this awesome concept, for I feel the need to talk and write and vent today more than ever. Lately, life for me has been about a lot of new things, but while it might sound exciting to start something afresh, the thought of change is often more daunting than exhilarating. But I've also realised that it's a chance to let go of certain things; things that don't make you happy anymore, or people who bring you down. So, for anyone who's reading this: I hope you can finally let go of the old, hurtful memories and make way for new beginnings. And I honestly couldn't have thought of a better book than Adam Silvera's History is All You Left Me, which perfectly encapsulates the pain of letting go as well as the joy of embracing novel adventures. Thank you, @adamsilvera, for giving us Griffin, Theo, Jackson, and a story that broke my heart in the best possible way. 💛
Sheeeeessss back (she is me) 🤗
Hi everyone!!! How are y’all? I’ve been really busy with school as usual but I’m loving it (most days). I’ve been reading a lot of middle eastern literature and children’s books for my English classes this semester so that’s cool. 😂
I loved shadow and bone so much! I was actually just recommending it to one of my friends. I didn’t expect to love it so much. I’ve been too busy to read for fun like I want but I’m hoping to continue the series soon and I can’t wait!!! The world is so amazing and I’m obsessed with the darkling 😭💗
Q: What are you currently reading?
"If you could read my mind, you wouldn't be smiling." - Tamara Ireland Stone (Every Last Word)
QOTD: What's your favourite book that depicts a mental illness?
Hello, all you beautiful people! Hope your day is going great 💜 I apologise for being inactive for the past few days. Turns out being the shortest month has nothing in connection with how busy Feb is going for me. I'm also sorry for not being able to post for #mentalhealthmonday yesterday, even though I REALLY wanted to; and so I'm doing it today. I hope my bookstabestie and the creator of this awesome hastag, @wherebookscollide will forgive me for posting a day late, because she knows exactly the state I was in yesterday 🙈😅 When I picked up Every Last Word, I had no clue that this book would end up pretty much reflecting my own life. The protagonist of this book suffers from OCD, and the level to which I could relate to her just made me want to give her a tight hug. I smiled, I cried, I flew through it, and I completely fell in love. This novel is raw, gripping, heartbreaking, heartwarming, hopeful, and absolutely stunning! Thank you, @tamaraistone for creating Samantha; and for a story that will always remain super special to me. 💛
I wish I was at home in my nice hole by the fire, with the kettle just beginning to sing! ☕️
Honestly, relatable. My planner is packed with assignments this week, so I’ll probably be living in the library. It’s fine though, I’ll get through it! I made some time to post because bookstagram is like the calm in the madness that is my life. 😂
Soooooooooo... tomorrow is my last official day as a @heyatlascreative rep. It’s been such a lovely experience. This was my first rep position, and I’m so happy to be friends with Cade and being able to support this lil company. Being a rep was so fun and I’ll continue being a rep even after my time is over, because I wholeheartedly support Hey Atlas and I want everyone else to as well. Check my story (or Cades, obviously) for information on Hey Atlas’s latest very cool venture and how you can spend a little bit of money and get some really cool awards! Also today and tomorrow you can still use my code BRIGHT to save on anything ya order. 💗🌻 #heyatlasfamforever
Blankets is a graphic novel / memoir. The pictures are amazing and the overall story is quite sad. It’s a really stand still story, mostly focusing on the love story between two teenagers. It was a really intriguing read and still I don’t know quite how I feel about it, because it was really complex in a lot of ways. I do know that I did enjoy it and it was a super quick, perfect for winter read!
My Life As Rain by Amanda Spain - Coming Soon to Wattpad.
Rain always flies under the radar whenever she’s around a lot of people because she despises small talk and being the center of attention. Most days she hides behind her books or writes her thoughts down in her journal. Over the past few months, Rain has been dealing with feeling off and has no idea what’s going on with her, neither do her parents. When Rain freaks out and rushes out of Mr. Mackey’s first period English Class, Rain realizes there‘s something seriously wrong with her.
Because of this, Rain begins to feel as if she’s alone and that no one could possibly understand what she’s going through. However, when her new therapist, Dr. Spinner, introduces Rain to a new group of friends, she learns she’s not as alone in this world as she originally thought. **
If this sounds like a story you’d be interested in reading, please like and repost!
Also, be on the lookout for the official release date coming soon! -
“I’m meant to say something. I’m supposed to respond..
I like you, you majestic space prince..
How hard would it be to say that?” ~ Foolish Hearts by @elmify..
YA or NA•
YA all day every day•
While it’s true, I do enjoy a good adult romance from time to time and escaping in a fantasy world is often necessary, I return to #youngadultcontemporary every single time. There is just something about the lure of first love fraught with all the blunders and broken hearts that just makes my blood sing. .
One of my fav contemporary YA AUSTRALIAN reads: Life in Outer Space by Melissa Keil @missmisch77 🌌 More people need to know about this fab Aussie YA!🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 rating "Sam is a geek movie-buff with a ragtag group of loser friends who have been taking abuse from the popular kids for years. But when the super-cool Camilla moves to town, she surprises everyone by choosing to spend time with Sam's group. Suddenly they go from geek to chic, and find that not everything boils down to us and them. With their social lives in flux, Sam and Camilla spend more and more time together. They become the best of friends, and Sam finds that he's happier and more comfortable in his own skin than ever before. But eventually Sam must admit to himself that he's fallen in love. If he confesses his true feelings to Camilla, will everything change again?" Goodreads reveiw from baby grace in August 2014 📖: "The majority of authors of Young Adult books never nail the teen point of view and the result always ends up with an adult in a teenagers body (the fault in our stars Im looking at you!!!) But with Life in Outer Space I actually had to look up Melissa Keils age to make sure she was actually an adult. Before I looked at the authors name I was convinced that the author was a teenage boy. I felt as if I was looking into the mind of a geeky aussie teenage boy. That right there shows how great an author she is!
I loved how it was from a boys point of view, I loved the plot, I loved the setting, I LOVED the way it was written, I loved how the main character and his friends were nerdy, I loved the main girl for once- actually on that note I loved all the characters.
I just really loved this book. One of the best contemporary books I've ever read. Also the best book I've read all year. Im actually gonna buy this one"❤❤❤
HI FRIENDS 🤗 looooonnnng time no see! I apologize for my extreme absence (it’s been like two weeks omg). I’ve been so busy with moving and transferring schools and getting adjusted at my new school. Hopefully I’ll be more active now. 🤞🏼but trust me, even when I’m not posting I’m always around.... #lurking 👀
I haven’t had a whole lot of time to read but I’ve been doing it here and there. I got to read Where the Wild Things Are for my children’s literature class, and we had to analyze it a whole lot so that’s been a fun experience. I’m also reading One Thousand and One Nights: A Retelling by Hanan Al-Shaykh for my modern middle eastern literature class and I’m loving that. For “fun” reading I started rereading Mara Dyer and I also started Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng. I haven’t made a whole lot of progress in either of those though. 🤷🏼♀️
While I’m here I may as well tell you guys some @heyatlascreative news 💗 Cade is having a rep search right now and I highly recommend you consider enterting! Being a Hey Atlas rep has been such an amazing experience for me and I’m so happy I got this experience. Cade is a joy and hey Atlas is just such an amazin company. Also go donate some $$$ and get the beautiful January charity bookmark! Use my code BRIGHT for 10% any purchase you make. 😊
I got these beautiful editions of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights for like $6 at booksamillion. What a deal!!! I brought them to school with me because they’re so pretty and I hope it’ll actually motivate me to read them because I’m really trying to broaden my reading horizons this year. 😂
Okay, that’s all! Until next time. I miss you all and I hope you’re having fabulous weeks. 💙
After reading two emotionally intense and amazing Sarah J. Maas books back to back (ACOWAR and Tower of Dawn), My New Crush Gave to Me by Shani Petroff was just the book I needed. In the photo, I purposefully put the book next to the “C” ornament. In this case, the letter C stands for Charlotte aka Charlie Donovan, the main character of My New Crush Gave to Me. (The ornament actually belongs to my sister, Carolyn.) I knew just by looking at the cover and reading the synopsis that I was going to love it. The cover art is awesome and accompanies the story beautifully.
My New Crush Gave to Me is so adorable, funny, lighthearted, and festive! The story is set during the holidays so I felt that Christmas did not end for me until I finished this book. It put me in such a holiday mood that I was listening to Christmas music in January. Which I did not mind at all because Christmas is my favorite holiday! Speaking of music, I was listening to these songs on repeat while reading (and not reading) this book: True Love by Ariana Grande, Why (Acoustic) by Sabrina Carpenter, Be The One by Dua Lipa, and A Holly Jolly Christmas by Burl Ives (for a specific scene!🎄😉). I really admired Charlie’s determination, time management, and responsibility for everything she does. I need to talk about J.D. Ortiz though! I won’t spoil anything but he’s so cute, thoughtful, kind, and genuine. I love him and he’s definitely my favorite character. I hope I find my J.D. someday!
What I loved about My New Crush Gave to Me is how the author, Shani Petroff, wrote the relationships between the characters. Every girl should get to experience the friendship that Charlie and her best friend, Morgan Levine, have while reading this book and in reality. I enjoyed reading about the holiday traditions of the Ortiz and Levine families. Morgan and her relationship with her boyfriend, Ira, is very positive and endearing. My New Crush Gave to Me warmed my heart, made it grow three sizes (Grinch anyone?), and had me smiling from ear to ear! ☺️❤️
Hey y’all 🤗 sorry I’ve been MIA. It’s been a hectic week. If you didn’t know, I transferred schools and I was preparing for that and moving into my dorm. I’m here now and it’s so exciting! My first day of classes here is tomorrow. ☺️
Today has been busy, but I realized earlier that it’s my one year anniversary on bookstagram! How cool is that? A year ago I made this thing on a whim and now here we are. I’ve read so many good books and made so many amazing friends that I’m so grateful to know. I’m so glad I joined this community. 💛💛💛💛
I read Murder on the Orient express before December ended and I enjoyed it. I didn’t like it as much as I thought I would but the ending was crazy and made the whole book better worth it. I was sitting there like 😨 mind blown. I can’t wait to see the movie!
What’s up, bookies?
What are you reading? How has your day been? Have you read QUEENS OF GEEK? Because you should 😊
These are my favorite contemporaries I read in 2017!
I absolutely adore all of these books and I recommend them all 😊
What contemporaries were your favorite in 2017?
Also, most of these amazing authors have books coming out in 2018 that I can’t wait for!
On the Come Up
Leah on the Off Beat
From Twinkle, with Love
Happy 2018 bookstagrammers ✨
It’s a new year! So that means new goals and new opportunities. I love the freshness of a new year!
As the year continues, I am urging myself and you all to practice two things: don’t let the hard days win, and look up more (appreciate your surroundings!). These are two sayings I try to apply to my everyday life, especially not letting the hard days win (because sometimes it can be so easy!!!).
What a beautiful way to start out the 2018 calendar. If you want one (or a cute pin) head over to @heyatlascreative. It may be January already but it’s not too late! You can prop the calendar up on your desk easily! You can also use my code, BRIGHT, for 10% off. ✨💗
I saw my first movie of the year last night.... the last Jedi! I LOVED IT. I’m so in love with Kylo Ren, I can’t help it. 😭😭😭
Q: What is your reading goal this year?
A: I set mine to 60. My goal in 2017 was 40 and I read 82, but I don’t wanna stress myself over a silly goal, so I thought 60 would be good for me!
Do you have a favorite #readingspot ? A #booknook ? I keep searching for the perfect spot in my house. I think the problem is that I like a spot, but only for a short while. I’m fickle. I’m unable to commit. I feel like I’m dating certain corners of my house. I cannot tell you how many times I rearrange the living room just to try out a new, unexplored reading spot. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Featured book: Foolish Hearts by @elmify - http://amzn.to/2CgV1mD. If you like #youngadultbooks , you really need to give her a try. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
🌲 December Wrap Up 🌲
I’m pretty proud of my reading month. I managed to read more than I thought and I finished the year off strong! My 2017 total was 82 books read, which is pretty great I think! As always I’ll leave my star rating a mini review (5 words or less) for each book I read below. ✨
Q: What was your favorite read in December?
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie: what. The. Hell!!!! Crazy ending. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The Wisdom of Native Americans: for school. Enlightening. Eye opening. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Wonder by RJ Palacio: sooooo cute and important! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Untouchable by Mulk Raj Anand: sad and eye opening. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Once and For All by Sarah Dessen: easy read. Cute, funny, & sad. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera: heartbreaking. Grief / first love. Closure. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The Perks or Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (reread): beautiful coming of age. Always lovely. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari: audiobook! Funny. Very interesting. ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2
Happy new year!!!! I am celebrating by spending time with my best friends. We did our secret Santa gift exchange finally. It was so fun. :-) also this is my 200th bookstagram post!!! How cool! ☀️
This is my December haul! I left out a couple books that I bought because I’ve already read them. One of these was from a sub box, the rest were gifts or found at thrift store. I actually finished Modern Romance after this picture was taken and I liked it!
Q: did you buy any good books this month?
✨ Top 17 of 2017 ✨
#1 : The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas 💛
WERE HEEERREEE! We did it! We made it to number one of this freakin countdown! S is for Starr! Honestly, this shouldn’t come as much surprise. I read this book back in March and I’ve been ranting about it ever since. It’s freaking phenomenal. You would have to be living under a rock to not have heard of it. But if you haven’t.... THUG is about 16 year old Starr Carter who lives a double life: one at her mostly white private school, and one at home. After she sees her childhood friend get shot and killed by a police officer, her two lives come together and she’s deciding whether or not to speak out about the police brutality she witnessed. It was so emotionally packed and it made me cry within the first 100 pages (and many more times after that). This book means so much more to me than I could even put into words. It so importantly depicts a real issue today. It also has some fantastic characters and is so multi dimensional with the family, friend, and community elements. It is such a beautiful story and it deserves all the praise it’s been receiving + more. I cannot wait to reread the book and see the movie (which has an amazing cast). This is one of the most important, most influential books I’ve ever read and it is so needed today. EVERYONE should read this, in my opinion. It made me uncomfortable at times but that’s because it’s so real and raw and authentic and sometimes it’s hard to deal with that stuff, but we have to.
Happy New Years Eve!!!! I have to work tonight but I might finish an ebook while I’m there, and I might finish my audiobook on the way. Idk yet. But if I don’t then my end of year total for books read is 80, which I’m really happy about! ❤️
Q: What was your number one read this year?
✨ Top 17 of 2017 ✨
#2 : Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 🖊
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie received a letter from her friend asking “how do I raise my daughter as a feminist?” This book is her response. There are fifteen suggestions, all on how to raise girls in a way that empowers them to become strong women. I highly recommend this to anyone and everyone. I think the suggestions can also apply to raising boys. I also think this book is really good for everyone to read, whether they have children or not. I don’t have children, but it personally showed me some things I needed to apply to my own life and made me feel empowered. It’s only about 60 pages, but those pages are packed with truth and knowledge. Pick this one up, it’s so necessary and important! 💛
Me, posting at 3 AM because I just got home from a party and also because I am trash: 🤷🏼♀️
We’re really coming down to the wire here... tomorrow is the final day of this countdown. Stay tuned for the big reveal of my number one book of 2017 (though I don’t think it’ll be a big surprise if you know me even a little bit).
☀️ Top 17 of 2017 ☀️
#3 : I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson 🌞
✨”if bad luck knows who you are, become someone else” ✨
I read this at the beginning of the year and I’ve been raving about it ever since. I love love love this book with my whole heart. 💛
IGYTS is about twins NoahAndJude and is creatively told from two points of view: thirteen year old Noah (past) and sixteen year old Jude (present).
When the story starts, Noah is electric and imaginative. He sees magic and artistic opportunities even where there are none. He is falling head over heels in love. Jude is adventurous, a small girl with a huge personality. Both twins are incredibly talented and are working to get into an art school.
Flash forward three years later: Noah doesn't create anything anymore, the spark has gone out of him. Jude is incredibly superstitious and isolated. The only person she talks to is the ghost of her dead grandma. The twins, who were once NoahAndJude, barely speak to each other. Noah tells the story of how rapidly things fell apart. Jude tells the story of how even after heartbreak and grief and misunderstanding, things can come back together. The story as a whole shows that sometimes people are meant to be in each others lives. It’s such a beautiful book and is one of my favorites of all time. 💛
This is my first post today, but I have a second coming later. I’m one day behind on my countdown so I’m gonna post #2 tonight so that I just post #1 tomorrow!
I woke up with a cold today and now I don’t wanna do anything but lay in bed. I don’t appreciate being able to breathe through my nose until I get sick and can’t anymore. 😭
🌲 Top 17 of 2017 🌲
#4 : The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord ✨
Aaahhhhh, I love this one so much!!!! I can’t believe I don’t own my own copy of it. I had to get it from the library for this picture. 😂
Lucy’s life is seemingly perfect until her moms cancer reappears. Then she starts straying away from everything in her life and ends up (upon her moms request) at a camp for kids who have hard lives instead of her usual church camp.
I’ll admit, I was nervous about reading this one because I’m not religious and there’s a strong religious element with Lucy. Her dad is a pastor and they run a church camp. But Lucy’s faith was nice to read about and I actually really connected with this story. I cried like, 8 times. I really loved the summer camp setting and all of the people Lucy got to know there. The characters were so diverse and the story touched on so much stuff (anxiety, suicides, trans, adoption, abuse, etc.) This story touched me so deeply and was such a beautiful story of grief and self-discovery. It is one that will always stay with me because it was teaching me things as I was reading it. It’s super important and I love it so much. 💛 It was my first Emery Lord book but it made me really excited to read more from her in the future!
🌿 Top 17 of 2017 🌿
#5 : What Happened to Goodbye / Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen ✨
This is another cheating 2-in-1 post but like I said before, this is my damn countdown and I’ll do what I want. 😂
Okay but really though, I did a whole Sarah Dessen read / reread this year. I read all of her books in publication order. Most of them were rereads for me but 4 or 5 were new to me. Out of those, these two really stood out to me for different reasons and I couldn’t just pick one of them to put on this list.
“Life is an ugly, awful place not to have a best friend.”
Someone Like You follows best friends Halley and Scarlett. Scarlett’s boyfriend dies and then she finds out she’s pregnant. The story follows them over the course of Scarlett’s pregnancy while they’re both dealing with other issues. It was just a really beautiful story of friendship and being thrown into growing up and I loved it so much. 😭
“Two AM, you know. The person you can call at two AM and no matter what, you can count on them. Even if they’re asleep or it’s cold you or need to be bailed out of jail... they’ll come for you. It’s like, the highest level of friendship.”
What Happened to Goodbye holds one of my favorite Sarah Dessen friendships /relationships! The story follows McLean, a girl who is estranged from her mother after her parents bitter divorce and moves around a lot with her father. Their latest move introduces her to Dave, her new next door neighbor (a cliche that Sarah Dessen does SO WELL). Dave is literally one of Sarah Dessens best male characters ever (right next to Mac from Saint Anything). This one is an amazing story of family and friendship and it stands apart because it was super fast paced and Dave and McLean were really close from the start, which I loved! The family element was really authentic and heartbreaking and then heartwarming (if that makes sense). All in all, this book was a real win for me.
Both of these books are really special to me and I’m so glad I picked them up for the first time this year. They were so good I’ve literally had to stop myself from rereading them already. I think about them all the time! I love them so much. 💛
🌙 Top 17 of 2017 🌙
#7 : Girls in the Moon by Janet McNally ✨
7 is my lucky number and this book goes perfectly. I was lucky when I read it because it was my very first read of 2017 and almost a whole year later, it still stands as one of my favorites. The writing style is so magical and it seriously made me feel dreamy. I feel like not enough people have read this book! Also, unrelated but totally important: Janet McNally is a very cool human, I love watching her IG stories. 😂Her new book is probably my most anticipated of 2018!
It’s been so long since I read it that I cannot accurately redescribe my thoughts / a synopsis so I’m just going to leave part of my goodreads review below!
Girls in the Moon is about family and self-discovery and secrets. Phoebe Ferris is lost, her entire family is composed of rock stars and she is not one, and she does not know who she is. While staying with her sister Luna in New York City, she is trying to find herself and where she fits in all the chaos, while also uncovering bits and pieces of her parents past that no one has spoken about before. Along the way she learns that everyone has secrets, but sometimes they are meant to be helpful rather than hurtful.
This book was unique, I was captivated from the very first page as the words just grab you. Phoebes voice was so distinct that whenever she felt a certain emotion, I felt it too. As Phoebe's story is unfolding, her mother's story is also being told in flashback scenes. The incredibly original part of this is that the flashbacks are actually being told backwards, which I loved. McNally created a beautiful story, full of thoughtfulness and fun and heartache all rolled into one. It’s magical. 🌙✨
💙 Top 17 of 2017 💙
#11 : The Upside of Unrequited and Simon VS. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli 🌟
For number 11, I’m combining these and that might be cheating but this is my damn countdown so I’ll do what I want. 😂
Anyways, both of these books are absolutely fantastic. Becky Albertalli does young adults so much justice with her accurate portrayals. Her characters and side characters are so diverse which makes the stories even more authentic and enjoyable. Simon & Molly are relatable and lovable characters and these books are the perfect contemporaries. The way these books are written is addicting and everything flows so well and they’re so wonderfully done. I highly recommend both of them. Im so excited to see Love, Simon and I CANT WAIT for Leah on the Offbeat to come out this year! I’m so glad I got to experience and LOVE Becky Albertalli in 2017. 💛
The cute Upside sticker and Simon VS keychain are both from a previous @owlcrate box! 😍
Q: what’s your favorite contemporary?
“I gave up practically the whole world for you. The sun, stars, ocean, trees, everything, I gave it all up for you”
Yay summer is finally here!!☀️ and I couldn’t think of a more vibrant book to photograph for this post!
What are some of your favourite summer reads?
"Death is the destination that we all share."
THE FEELS OF THIS BOOK 😱 it's sad, even though it didn't make me cry, but it still hit me in the feels 😢i don't normally read contemporary, but this has became one of my favourites and I want to try other books from this author!
#tellmeaboutyourself tag by the lovely @crimsonbookowl (thank you! 💗)
🌟fave animal -- giraffe (idek why)
🌟celebrity crush -- Park Hyung Sik (AHHHHH HES SO CUTEEE 😍😍)
🌟fave city -- Paris
🌟fave tv show -- Sherlock!!!!
🌟scared of -- crowds. Yes I hate being in a crowd it's annoying
🌟country to visit -- America or basically any Europian country
#royaltybooktag by the wonderful @dogearsandcatnaps (thanks! 💕)
👑Queen (a character who slays) -- Aelin and Mor
👑King (a character with authority) -- Thesan from ACOWAR
👑Princess (a stuck up character) -- Celeste from The Selection
👑Prince (favourite male character) -- RHYSAND DARLING 😍😍
👑Knight (an extremely strong character) -- Annabeth Chase
👑Maid (favourite supporting character) -- Helion from ACOWAR 👑Dragon (favourite fantasy/mystical pet) -- Saphira from Eragon
👑Castle (favourite setting) -- Velaris. It's so beautiful 💗
That's all for today! Might post again tomorrow who knows *shrugs* Thanks for all the tags once again!!
I was in the mood for a contemporary read, but instead of picking one off my bookshelf I saw I Hate Everyone But You and bought it! 😂
I am only a few pages in and am loving that the whole book is done in texts and emails between two best friends.
Photo features pictures of my best friend @stephaniejboyd and myself 😘 love you nerd!
Ahh Monday, my favourite day of the week... 😂 Anyway I made one book purchase last week, finally completing the Tunnels trilogy which I've had incomplete for years! (Even though I've read them) Thought this was a great opportunity for #topten#youngadultcontemporary tag from @whatsallyreadnext! Thank you 😊 In no particular order:
1 Harry Potter 💁🏼
2 The Hunger Games
3 The Tunnels Trilogy
4 The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness
5 Angus, Thongs and Full Frontal Snogging Series
6 Inheart Trilogy
7 The Thief Lord
8 Underwood See Trilogy
9 The Hate U Give
10 The Book Thief