The Book Courtship Tag

If you don’t already know guys I’m addicted to BookTube. I’m always looking and watching for new bookish videos. If I’m not a book blogger, I think I’m going to be a booktuber. I actually want to be a booktuber more than being a book blogger but since I don’t have a good camera and enough self-confidence so I just chose to be a book blogger.

While hanging out on booktube the other day, I found a super cool book tag to do and it’s called The Book Courtship Tag! Let’s do this fun tag now shall we? Read more

March 2015 Wrap Up

Another monthly wrap up! March is a good reading month considering that I was stressed and busy because of finals week. I managed to read 8 books + 1 graphic novel

  1. A Christmas Carol Graphic Novel 3.5/5
  2. Cinder by Marissa Meyer 3.5/5 (REVIEW)
  3. All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven 4.5/5
  4. The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan 4/5
  5. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 5/5
  6. Crooked by Laura and Tom McNeal 3/5 (REVIEW)
  7. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard 2/5 (REVIEW)
  8. This Much Space by K. K. Hendin 4.5/5 (REVIEW)
  9. The Duff by Kody Keplinger 4/5 (REVIEW)

My favorite book from March would be The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I’ve had the book for months but I only read it in March. Why?! It’s also a very special book because it was given to me by my uncle for my birthday last year. 🙂

As you can see I only read two books from my proposed March TBR. I don’t follow  my TBRs but I really want to follow my TBR this April.

What’s your favorite book from your March wrap up?

BOOK REVIEW: Crooked by Laura and Tom McNeal

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Laura McNeal, Tom McNeal
Young Adult, Contemporary, Mystery
Knopf Books for Young Readers

Clara Wilson has a lot on her mind. Her best friend, Gerri, has started moving in circles that will never in a million years include Clara and her crooked nose. Clara's parents are fighting again, and her mom keeps talking about teaching in France. At least Clara still has Hambone, her loyal dog. And her crush on Amos McKenzie, of course.

Amos McKenzie doesn't much like home these days. His dad's corny questions are bugging him more than usual, and his mom's gone religious for no apparent reason. On top of that, he's starting to fall for a major dink, Clara Wilson. And as it turns out, he's not the only one...

The Tripp Brothers are the biggest delinquents in town. They smash mailboxes, shoplift groceries, and cruise around in their Seduck (half sedan, half truck). They've just turned their sights on the school's newest, cutest couple. And that can only mean one thing for Clara and Amos: danger.

Clara and Amos--their lives turned upside down by each other, their families, and the two meanest brothers in town--discover that honesty may be the answer...but it can be awfully hard to find. In this emotionally compelling and suspenseful young adult novel, Laura and Tom McNeal present a searingly accurate look at life in ninth grade--where thrills, heartbreak, and intimidation can take place at a locker, in the lunchroom, or in a bathroom stall.

March 2015 TBR

march tbr

Just a quick post showing you the books I plan to read this March. I’m so so so excited to read these beauties, I’ve heard great things about most of them. Some of these books I’ve had for a few months so I can’t wait to finally get into them. The first two weeks of March will be stressful for me because of my finals but after that I’ll have summer vacation! I’m so excited! But before that I have to work to pass all my subjects. Good luck to me!
What is your March TBR?
(Originally posted on: last February 28, 2015)

February 2015 Wrap Up


This month has been stressful for me so I only managed to read four books: two physical books and two e-books. Here are my ratings for each of them:

Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless by Liz Czukas ★★★
21 Proms Edited by David Levithan and Daniel Ehrenhaft ★★★ (read my review here)
My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher ★★★★★
The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen ★★★★★

My new favorite book would be My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece, you can read my review about it here. My all-time favorite book which I re-read is The Truth About Forever (read review here).

What did you read last February?


(Originally posted on: last March 2, 2015)