It’s that time of year again where you feel the need to improve on your life or set goals for yourself. The goals: 1. Continue to be obsessed with my library, but also read my owned TBR more often. I have way too many owned unread books on my TBR that I want to get… Continue reading 11 Book-ish Resolutions for 2017
Number of books read: 277 Number of books including comics/graphics/manga read: 348 Average rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars Total page count: 109,321 pages Number of Series completed: 15 Longest book: Winter by Marissa Meyer with 832 pages Shortest book: The House on Mango Street by Sandra C with 110 pages Favorites: I gave out forty-seven 5-star… Continue reading 2016: Reading in Review
Out of all the books I read this year, I gave out 47 five star ratings. I narrowed down those five star reads to make this list of my ten favorites of my favorites. This list is in no particular order and does not include rereads. Some series have been bulked together if all books… Continue reading Top 10 Favorite Books of 2016
This is my first monthly recommendations topic that I am doing, but it is a monthly recommendations group run by Trina Trina and Kayla Rayne. This is a recommendation list for authors either debut or new to me that I enjoyed this year. I’m breaking this down into who the author is and which book or… Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: New to You Authors
I purchased quite a few audiobooks this month.
It’s that time of year where everyone is making lists of their favorites and least favorites of the past year. While I did give ten books the honor of being 2-stared this year, I managed to narrow it down to five. 5. Killer Instinct by S.E. Green While this book was being compared to Dexter,… Continue reading Top 5 Least Favorite Books of 2016
The following review will contain spoilers. Pros: It was a nicely done hate-to-love romance with a love triangle that really was nonexistent, as the prince is clearly not an option for love very early on. I enjoyed how the ending of the book was more plausible than other routes it could have taken in terms… Continue reading Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst Review