Happy Autumn to you all! I confess that with the temps still in the 90s I'm just not feeling it. But hey, I will by November! :D Anyway, it's time to give a rundown of the books I read this summer. Here's the list in chronological order. Diary of an Accidental Wallflower (Seduction Diaries, #1) by Jennifer McQuiston—Historical romance Ignite (Defy, #2) by Sara B. Larson—YA fantasy Lola and the Boy Next Door (Anna and the French Kiss, #2) by Stephanie Perkins—YA romance Truthw
Hi there! Hope everything is going well as kids head back to school and the temperature flirts with getting cooler. I have a couple more recent reads to show you today. I finally jumped on the band wagon and read AN EMBER IN THE ASHES by Sabaa Tahir. So many people have raved about this young adult fantasy, but I decided early on that I wasn't going to read it until right before its sequel came out on August 30. So now I have. And what can I say? It wasn't a fun read per se.
Hi everybody! Just checking in with my reading and writing update. As busy as I've been with my current work in progress, I've been reading a lot this month. One reason is because we've been traveling and I listen to audiobooks while I drive. Another is that to recover from my trips, I sit around and read for hours. Anyway, here are two of the audiobooks I listened to recently. THE RISE OF THE WOLF is a young adult fantasy by Jennifer A. Nielsen and the second book in her Mar
Happy Friday, everyone! Hope you're enjoying the first few days of summer. In an effort to keep up to date, ahem--see previous post, here's the list of books I read this spring in order from first to last. My Senior Year of Awesome by Jennifer DiGiovanni—YA romance Stars Above (The Lunar Chronicles #4.5) by Marissa Meyer—YA fairytale retelling/futuristic The Walnut Tree by Charles Todd—Historical romance The Mark of Athena (The Heroes of Olympus #3) by Rick Riordan—YA fantasy
Yeah, you read that right. Winter. I totally forgot to post my winter reading list. The past couple of months have been crazy busy. I had book promotion to do and also spent two weeks in Ireland on vacation. Rough, I know. Anyway, here it is. Just in time, because next week summer will officially start and I’ll need to do my spring reading wrap-up! Ha! The Aeronaut’s Windlass (The Cinder Spires #1) by Jim Butcher—Steampunk Manners & Mutiny (Finishing School #4) by Gail Carrig
Hey, everybody! Thank you to all the veterans out there who have served our country so tirelessly. You are appreciated. Time for the weekly reading and writing update. This past week I finished DESTINED FOR DOON by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon. This was book two in the YA fantasy Doon series, which is set in a mythical land based on the stage play Brigadoon. I didn't enjoy it quite as much as I did the first book, but I'm fully invested in the characters now and so will happi