A Portuguese online bookstore was asking people on FB for the prettiest book cover that we have on our shelf's.
As in one book cover -_- LOL
Ah! Are you kidding me?
Just now I am thinking about Mercedes Lackey "Five Hundred Kingdoms" series.
I normally don't make any plans regarding what I will be reading _ or attempting to _ in the next few days, or weeks, because I tend to fail those plans big time :/
However since I am currently in a really bad reading phase, in which mostly everything that I read through netgalley or edelweiss sucks, I decided it was about time to pull the big guns, and start re-reading favourite books.
As such, I've started with Lisa Kleypas, Hathaway series, and I also intend to re-read my favourite book of last year, Radiant.
The fact that I caved and downloaded an arc of the sequel through Edelweiss also has something to do with it. But unless the world collapses, I don't see how the sequel can be a disaster, because for me Radiant is on the same level as Susan Ee's Angelfall.
The only negative point is that I don't have anyone else to gush over the book with o_O
That is weird.
Then despite all the drama and insanity, I have Kim Harrison's book to read _ I really want to know how the series ended _ so I better hurry with the next volumes.
Seanan Mcguire's book was a birthday gift from a friend _ I have it since July! _ and I don't know why I still haven't read it...oh, I know, I have been wasting my time with crappy books.
Book pictures! :D
Kevin Hearne's book is the first of a series that I've been meaning to start for awhile now.
As things are, maybe I'll be able to start it next year...
Mercedes Lackey book is part of a series that I have been following _more or less, The Five Hundred Kingdoms _ some are favourites, like the first, "The Fairy Godmother" or the one about Sleeping Beauty _can't remember its name now _ others were okay like "One Good Knight", and others were a little: ???? (the third of the series).
Then because I requested the third of Sharon Lee's book I thought it probably made some sense, to you know, read the first two o.O
On the positives, I think I may have found a favourite new series: because let's face it, I still don't have enough of them! lol
On the negatives: MORE SERIES TO FOLLOW!
Carla M. Soares book has been getting a lot of positive comments _ okay, mostly by Portuguese people, because its actually written in my own language and I don't think there's any translation to English _ so I have big expectations for it, mainly because with the exception of Portuguese classics, I normally don't read Portuguese contemporary books .since they tend to get on my nerves with their: "we are sad, and bleak, and deep...and literary, and you'll have no pleasure while reading us, because WE ARE THAT GOOD."
As a side-note, I only bought it because it was half the price...also the writer who is on Gr's _ a teacher _ seems actually like a nice person.
p.s. Yes, I am a book snob when it comes to Portuguese literature. :/
So I made this…wrote this poem tonight. It sort of just came out, not sure if I actually feel this way or not…I think I’m a little bit depressed or disappointed with life I guess.
Anyways the artistic border is not of my doing…I found it on google images and thought it made the poem look less depressing. I don’t even know if the poem makes any sense.