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text 2013-12-31 00:29
Another 31 Days of Reading Update
Second Chance Summer - Morgan Matson
The House of the Scorpion - Nancy Farmer
Just Like Fate - Cat Patrick,Suzanne Young
What Really Happened in Peru - Cassandra Clare,Sarah Rees Brennan

So I couldn't fit anymore books in the last update!  So here is the rest:


December 28th I read Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson.  So this was a great book and an absolute tearjerker!  Read at your own risk, have tissues ready!


December 29th I didn't get to read House of Scorpion because I was travelling, and I had to drive.  I hope to get back to it in the future.


December 30th I didn't read Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young because I had read it recently (and had the privilege of reviewing an ARC). I loved this story, but, I needed to get started on some ARC's due to come out in January!


December 31st I am planning to read The Bane Chronicles: What really happened in Peru by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan.  This shouldn't be a problem, as it is a novella and I love both of these authors and the Shadowhunter world!  


So I will have read a grand total of 23 of the 31 books in Simon PulseIt's 31 days of reading!  Wow, that's a lot for me!  I don't think I've ever read 23 books in a month before!  This was a lot of fun!  Head over to pulseit.com apparently they post books to read for free regularly, so I'm looking forward to reading more books in the future from this site! 



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text 2013-12-18 01:34
31 days of reading
Winger - Andrew Smith
Wither (Chemical Garden) - Lauren DeStefano
Golden - Jessi Kirby
Letting Ana Go - Anonymous Anonymous
Haven - Kristi Cook

So here is my update for my Simon Pulse 31 Days of Reading Challenge:


Dec. 13th Winger by Andrew Smith: I didn't finish!  Honestly, I think I would have liked this book, if I'd had more time- I only got to read 5%! But reality called and there was a mountain of laundry and Christmas shopping that HAD to get done!


Dec. 14th Wither by Lauren DeStefano:  Finished and loved!  I read and enjoyed this series before, and It was nice to return to this world!


Dec. 15th Golden by Jessi Kirby: Finished and really enjoyed!  This book surprised me, it was a very enjoyable coming of age novel!


Dec. 16th Letting Ana Go by Anonymous: Finished and not quite sure how to explain my feelings about it!  I never read Go Ask Alice, so I didn't know what I was in for. Heartbreaking, real, horrifying and real!


Dec. 17th Haven by Kristi Cook: Finished and enjoyed!  Okay, so there are some obvious similarities to Twilight here, but I still really enjoyed this book!


And, I finished Rot and Ruin the other night so that bring my total up to 14 out of the 17 books so far!  Yay! Go, me!



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text 2013-12-13 00:31
31 days of reading update
Let the Sky Fall - Shannon Messenger
The Forsaken - Lisa M. Stasse
Unwind - Neal Shusterman
Blood Red Road (Dust Lands, #1) - Moira Young
Fault Line - Christa Desir
Maid of Secrets - Jennifer McGowan
Linked - Imogen Howson
Crash - Lisa McMann
Rot & Ruin (Benny Imura #1) - Jonathan Maberry
Two-Way Street - Lauren Barnholdt

I've been too busy reading to write, LOL!.  So, here's what's been happening with my 31 days of reading with Simon Pulse challenge:


Day 3: Let the Sky Fall Finished and loved it! I had this on my to-read list for awhile, so I was glad to finally get to read it, and for free no less!


Day 4: The Forsaken Finished and loved it!  A bit like The Maze Runner, very enjoyable!


Day 5: Unwind Finished and loved it!  I had heard of this book, but didn't know what it was about, really.  I was pleasantly surprised.


Day 6: Blood Red Road Didn't Finish, unfortunately.  I had a headache and the writing just wasn't working for me that day.  I have been wanting to read this, so I will definitely come back to it at some point.


Day 7: Fault Lines Finished and really enjoyed.  This is one of those heartbreakers.  It involves rape, but is told from the girl's boyfriend's point of view.


Day 8: Maid of Secrets Didn't finish, mainly I just didn't have enough time in the day, and I have to sleep at some point, LOL. Intriguing story so far, I will definitely come back to it in the future!


Day 9: Linked Finished and loved it!  Creepy dystopian novel, very enjoyable!


Day 10: Crash Finished and really enjoyed!  Interesting story and concept, enjoyed the sarcasm, wit, and romance!


Day 11:  Rot and Ruin Haven't finished yet, but I'm hoping to get back to it tonight!  Enjoying it so far, and I'm not usually a zombie fan.  


Day 12:  Two-Way Street Finshed and really enjoyed!  Told in alternating points of view and time frames (before and after) made for a little suspense to this enjoyable teen romance. 


So far, I have finished 9 out of the first 12 books!  Pretty good, right? It's better than I thought I would do! 

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review 2013-12-02 23:58
Hush, Hush
Hush, Hush - Becca Fitzpatrick

I had read this book before, but decided to read it again as part of Simon Teen's Pulse It 31 days of reading.  http://www.pulseit.com/ It was free for 24 hours yesterday and I managed to get through it!


I really enjoyed reading this again, going back to the beginning of Patch and Nora's story.  This was a great series, and I'm glad I got the opportunity to revisit it!

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