Friday Reads: 6/24/2016

Hey Bookworms! It’s time for me to do another sleepy post for you all, but I really also felt the need blog. It keeps me feeling productive even when I am having a very draining week. Anywho this post is … Continue reading

December Book Challenge 2015: My Favorite Reads of 2015

Hey bookworms! It’s the last day of the challenge! Which means it’s time to talk about my favorite reads of 2015! Woo!! If you didn’t know this challenge was created by Annreads on Instagram. For this post I am going … Continue reading

30 Day Reading Challenge Day 24: Come Over to My Side I have Caramel Apples

30 day reading challenge

Hey bookworms! It’s another challenge day! Wooooo! Okay answers are getting a bit harder to come by, and so I may not be that eager to write them. I know I also missed a week, but I definitely want to finish this, so let’s get to it!

Day 24: A Book I Wish More People Would Read

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Night Circus

Honestly I rant and rave about this book all the time and I wish more people would read this book because I need to talk about it! I’ve heard a lot of readers complain about the pace of the writing and for that I suggest the audio book whether it’s through your library, scribd (which I checked it’s on there), audible, nook audio app, or if you have the money buy a physical copy. The narrator really fits the style of the book because it does invites you into the the book. The characters are very diverse to read them is one of the many reasons to love this book. From the Twins, Tsukiko, Cecelia, or Marco you invest in each. You want to see what happens and let’s face it I am still wondering what happens after the end. The setting is AMAZING! You can see everything sooo vividly it is almost like you can smell every scent. Not to mention the countries you stop in and the way the circus travels… Next is the fashion and effects with the acts. Make me drool with envy! Last but not least: The love and the risk. So come join me and be a Rever, so I can have my Night Circus Party and invite you one day! I will have sweeeeets….

Well that is all for now bookworms! Did I convince you, or are you already a Rever? What is the book you wish more people would read? Let me know in the comments! I love to talk! Happy reading!

PS: If you want to see my Day 1 , Day 23 ,or my most passionate post: click the links if you’re curious!


Second Day, So Far, So Good: 30 Day Reading Challenge

30 day reading challenge

Hey Bookworms! How’s your day so far? Mine’s okay so far? So if you read my blog yesterday. You’ll know I’ve started a 30 Day Reading Challenge. My plan to keep my blog active and my mind busy! Here is Day 1 if you didn’t see it. Well let’s get started!

Day 2: A Book You’ve Read More than 3 Times

The Host by Stephenie Meyer

The Host

Now deciding a book for today was a difficult decision. Don’t get me wrong I love this book, but it’s not the book I’ve read the most. I don’t want to have any repeats on this challenge though! I’ve read this book 5 times and each time it’s been a comfort to me. Why? 1. It is one of the first dysotopian and the second sci-fi books I’ve read besides Animorphs. 2. It is very action packed! 3. It was way better than Twilight. 4. It is proof that people can see beyond the body and fall in love with the person 5. Ian O’Shea with those blue eyes! Need I say more?

Now the first time I read this book I was in high school, very low self-esteem to say the least. Reading about Wanderer helped me see that the right people can see past what you are/what you have to do and see you. As someone that has a physical disability that people can obviously see when I am up and about that fact gave me so much hope. Every time I lose hope or feel I am not good enough this is the book I turn to. It reminds me that I found people who see me before I can once more. Now this isn’t a pity party post trust me my disability is part off me not all of me. This book to me is about defeating ignorance. Getting people to see a person for a person. For anyone having not read the book because of it’s author. Disconnect the artist from the art because it can change or help your world view and strengthen your belief.

Well Bookworms that is all for my gush of this book and 2nd day of my 30 Day Challenge. Another post is coming soon. I may be blogging all day to keep myself busy honestly. Have you read this book? What are your thoughts on it? What is a book you’ve read more than 3 times? Link me down below if you decide to start this challenge. Happy reading!