It’s that time of the week again Wednesday which means WWW. What does that mean you say well it means the 3 w’s. What are you currently reading? What did you finish recently and what do you plan to read next?
1. What I’m currently reading is empire of storms by Sarah j Maas and loving you and hating you by Christina lauren
Empire of storms is a re read and love this series and starts where cast left off from last book I won’t say more so don’t spoil but only thing can say the ending is fudging cliff hangy as hell. And thank the stars I don’t get book hangovers.
2. What I recently finished was queen of shadows and happy finally a ending more happy of sorts and not cliffy at all. and other finished was serpent and dove and oh my stars that book was amazing!!! I don’t know how many times I was laughing up a storm and when action dulls the romance blossoms up a storm. Probably will go down as fav fantasy read for this year.
3. What I plan to read next is frankly in love to stay on contemporary binge. And high hopes for.
It’s Wednesday so you know what that means its WWW. Which ask the 3 w questions. What are you currently reading?
What you recently finish? and what will you be reading next?
1. What I’m currently reading is mosh pit of books but the iron flower
And I’m sorta here and their reading fifty shades of grey again on and off.
2. What did I recently finish?? The books I recently finished was alex van helsing vampire hunter book 1. Which is a small MG book which a kid gets static feeling when evil is near by like vampires. And great read right around Halloween and stories that involve sorta like Frankenstein.5/5 stars
Other I finished which I loved and always will is heir of fire by Sarah J Maas which is the 3rd book in the series and learning who characters are some new, honing powers and which characters will take sides and such. Throne of glass is well worth the huge risk to read its soooo good!!
3. What do I plan to read next is probably a touch of gold by Annie suillivan
Have you read any of these? And what’s your thoughts?
Last year, I gave you the list of my favorite reads of 2018 and now we are getting down to the absolute worst. I know a lot of these books will shock people but I guess that’s what I do. Very unpopular opinions are on the way!
Happy October, everyone! Who is excited for Halloween tomorrow?! Halloween is my favorite time of the year, so I’m, of course, super excited to see everyone in their costumes tomorrow and to hand out some candy!
So, I thought in the spirit of Halloween, I would do another Halloween book tag! Now, I wasn’t tagged in this awesome book tag, but I stumbled across it and thought it was perfect for October (and, of course, Halloween!). Below are the instructions for the Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag:
1. Pick 5 books
2. Turn to a random page
3. The first name you see gets to be on your zombie survival team (yay?)
4. Apply the characters to the 10 situations and types of people in the order you got them
5. Fret over how doomed you are.
So each book gets two characters. For example, the characters I pick from City of Bones will get spots 1 and 2, Caraval will get spots 3 and 4, and so on.
Books I picked:
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
Furyborn by Claire Legrand
The Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag:
1. The first person to die: Clary
I am surprisingly not surprised about this. As she’s pretty inexperienced in fighting in City of Bones, I can see why she would be the first to go. She’s a great character, but she gets overwhelmed pretty quickly. Bye-bye, Clary!
2. The person you trip to get away from the zombies: Dorothea
I’m that terrible person who loves the The Mortal Instruments series, but can’t remember Dorothea for the life of me. I hope she’s evil because then I did the right thing by tripping her. 🙂 If you know who she is, let me know in the comments!
3. The first person to turn into a zombie: Scarlett 😦
Noooo!! I love Scarlett from Caraval, so I am not happy about this! Tella will be destroyed when she finds out what happened to her sister.
4. The person that trips YOU to get away from the zombies: Tella
Okay, so not nice, Tella. She probably tripped me to get away from her zombie sister, not a zombie horde. Which means I could potentially be Scarlett’s first kill. Ugh, not what I had planned for the zombie apocalypse.
5. The idiot of the team: Tamlin
HA! THIS IS SO FREAKING FITTING! And I say it’s fitting because I am in no way a fan of Tamlin. I didn’t like him in the first book, so I for sure will not like him now. He may have a ton of experience in fighting and such, but he’s clueless when it comes to using his brain.
6. The “brains” of the team: Nesta (yeah, I can see this)
This is, by far, the most fitting of this whole zombie apocalypse team. Nesta is a smart individual. She may be slightly headstrong and stubborn, but that may come in handy when deciding the next move. She could very well be why most of the team will survive. Except for Scarlett. And hopefully Tamlin. 🙂
7. The team’s medic: Eliana
She could potentially be the medic, but she’d rather be out fighting the zombies. Eliana is a fighter and if you get injured, she’ll probably still be wondering why you are not fighting. So, she basically may not be the best choice, but she most likely knows first aid. I hope…
8. The weapons expert: Rielle
Actually, I feel like Rielle and Eliana should switch roles. Eliana loves her knives and fighting, so she would enjoy being the weapons expert. And Rielle so badly wants to use her powers for good, so why not be the team’s medic?
9. The brawler: Locke
Are you for real? Locke doesn’t fight; he starts the fights by opening his mouth and starting crap. So, I cannot see him as being the brawler. He’d probably hide behind someone else before stepping into a fight.
10. The Team Captain: Queen Orlagh
I see this as a bad choice, and the fellow readers that have read this book know why. So, if you are curious as to why this is a bad choice (or is it a good choice? Hmm…), check out The Cruel Prince! I don’t think we’d all live with her as the team captain, so knowing me and knowing Nesta, I’d be voting for Nesta as the team captain.
And that’s it! I loved this tag and the books I chose. If you are up for doing a book tag, try this one and tag me so I can see your results!
Hi, lovely bookworms! I’ve had a wonderful week of reading so far, and I hope you have, too! For this Thursday, here is our next post of the Page 69 Test. The two paragraphs below illustrate what this post is about.
My co-bloggers and I have started a new weekly blog post: The Page 69 Test! Have you heard of the page 69 test? If not, it’s basically where you read page 69 of a book you think you will like. If you liked reading page 69, chances are you will enjoy reading the rest of the book.
Instead of posting the full page, we will be posting the first 10-20 lines of that page, starting with the first full sentence.
The book for this week is by a very well-known and loved author, Sarah J. Maas. Most have read her Throne of Glass and/or A Court of Thorns and Roses series. But Sarah recently came out with a new book, Catwoman: Soulstealer! I absolutely love this cover and cannot wait to read this book. Catwoman: Soulstealer is the third book in the DC Icons series. Check out the start of page 69 below!
“Selina leaned against the carved oak doorframe and watched the antiquities dealer jot down another calculation on his pad of paper.
He’d been examining the Bastet statue for twenty minutes now, the golden lights of his ornate office dim save for the spotlight of the examination lamp over the statue. She’d lingered at the doorway of his office for the entirety of that time, dressed head to toe in black, her face obscured by her Death Mask and the low-hanging hood of her sweatshirt.
Such dramatics, the man had said when he let her in the back door.
She’d said nothing, opting for the power of silence and the bullwhip hanging from her side to convey any threats she might need to make.”
Synopsis of Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas
When the Bat’s away, the Cat will play. It’s time to see how many lives this cat really has. . . .
Two years after escaping Gotham City’s slums, Selina Kyle returns as the mysterious and wealthy Holly Vanderhees. She quickly discovers that with Batman off on a vital mission, Batwing is left to hold back the tide of notorious criminals. Gotham City is ripe for the taking.
Meanwhile, Luke Fox wants to prove he has what it takes to help people in his role as Batwing. He targets a new thief on the prowl who seems cleverer than most. She has teamed up with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, and together they are wreaking havoc. This Catwoman may be Batwing’s undoing.
Hi, fellow book lovers! I’m coming to you today to talk about the first ever book challenge I will be participating in. It’s a year long challenge and as procrastination is a close friend, I’ll be working on creating a schedule so I do not end up having to read more books in the last month of the year. The challenge is Beat the Backlist and is hosted by NovelKnight! I absolutely love NovelKnight’s blog, so I am super excited to take part in this challenge.
The Rules of Beat the Backlist:
The challenge will run from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018. You have an ENTIRE YEAR to complete your goal!
Books must be released prior to 2018 to count for this challenge. Although we love new releases, too, this isn’t the challenge for them.
Luckily for me, I have over five hundred books that I’ve bought in the past few years that are dying to be read. Yep, over five hundred. And I only chose a certain amount. Since I am one of those people that has a hard time reading fifty books a year, I decided to go with a number that I think should be easy to reach in twelve months.
My Goal for Beat the Backlist: Read 24 books in 2018.
That’s two books a month. Easily accomplishable, right? I hope so, considering I have my reviews of 2018 arcs scheduled all the way through May. We shall see.
Since I had over five hundred books, I decided to do a random number generator to choose my twenty-four books. Some are books I started but never finished, some are books I haven’t read yet, and some are books I will be re-reading.
Do you have a mountain full of books that you need to read? The perfect way to read those books is by joining the Beat the Backlist challenge! You can join any time throughout 2018, and you get the chance to win prizes! More information on the Beat the Backlist 2018 Challenge can be found here.
Happy reading everyone and have a Happy New Year! See you all in 2018! 🙂