Hey Bookworms! It’s time for another TTT! Where we as book bloggers and given a theme or question and we answer with out top ten bookish answers! This lovely feature is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish! This week … Continue reading
Hey Bookworms! I hope your week is going well! I decided to do another TTT this week! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and The Bookish in which there is a weekly question in which … Continue reading
Hey bookworms! Guess what?! It’s time for my favorite readathon again! Why is it my favorite you may ask, well through this readathon you get the biggest feel of community and reading with others via Twitter. Now this readathon is … Continue reading
Hey bookworms! How is the middle of your week going? Mine is going great because I found some volunteer work that I may enjoy! I’m just waiting for them to email me back about training. *has been stalking my email* … Continue reading
Hey bookworms! Hope your week is going well it’s almost Friday for those of you who are back at work and school. I know this post is a day late, but I had a friend over for a movie binge, … Continue reading
(Icon borrowed from Site) Hey bookworms! Guess what I’m doing Bout of Books again! For the third time. I was looking for a read-a-thon to do and glad I found out this was coming up. It starts in the AM … Continue reading
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
Hey bookworms this post is going up a bit late but I was feeling out of sorts today, but better late than never right? This lovely challenge was created by Annreads on Instagram and I’ve done good with keeping on track now. I’m starting this post on the 27th, so it counts in my mind, but I may not finish it on the day… My post from yesterday if you are curious was about which genre I perused most of this year. This will probably be a repeat though because I only two finales this year; it would’ve been 3 but my libraries had the last 3 books in the other one go missing or something… Any who on to today’s post!
Day: 27 Favorite Ending to a Series
The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead
This series did an amazing job at tying up loose ends for both series, but still gives you room to think of these characters’ future. I will always feel like this group is my gang and comfort zone and will probably rereading both series multiple times for the rest of my life! My heart will always hold a spot for Adrian and have special spot for these relationships. Just thank you Richelle Mead for showing me proper friendships and what it means to truly not give up on people you care about!
That’s all for this post bookworms! I kind of made myself want to binge reread both series again. What series ended good for you? Do you feel the same for this series? Comment down below and let me know please. Happy Reading!
Hey bookworms! It’s been a while since I did a tag and since today is Christmas for where I am at. I decided to do one I had planned on for a bit. This tag was created by Novels and … Continue reading
Hey bookworms! Onto the next post hope you’re all enjoying the glow of the Christmas lights like I have been doing. This lovely Challenge was created by the lovely Annreads on Instagram. If you’re curious on my choices were for the last post I’ll leave it linked. Now let’s get to it!
Day 23: They Made Me Feel the Feels
The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead
I may have cried for events as well as because this series is over. No more waiting for the next book. I lived with the relationship for so long it will be hard not to see every little chapter of their lives as well as the rest of the VA gang. It was definitely hardest series to let go of.
If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern
If you haven’t guessed this will be the one book that will show up more than once on this challenge. It has so many feels for so many of the characters, so if you pick this book up make sure you pick up some tissues as well!
Days 24: Favorite Side Characters
Tiger’s Curse by Colleen Houck
I picture Phet as quite cute and funny. He makes me giggle throughout the whole series in general. His excitement and happiness is contagious.
The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
The nuns are reason enough to read this Ahern book! They are very much the comedic relief when the story needs it.
Well that’s all for this post bookworms! The latter question was much harder to think of and took some time because I don’t often think of any character as minor because they all push the story along in some way. Happy Holidays and Happy Reading!