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video 2017-01-31 18:47

My favorite fairytale :D

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text 2016-02-05 01:15
Got my first netgalley featured review!!

Netgalley featured my review for 'Adulthood is a myth!' *happy dance*

Maybe someday I'll get the badge too!

 

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text 2015-12-15 19:11
November 2016 is too far away!!!!!

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text 2015-11-04 02:33
Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Debut Authors Who Have Me Looking Forward To Their Next Novel
The Wrath and the Dawn - Renee Ahdieh
An Ember in the Ashes - Sabaa Tahir
Scarlett Undercover - Jennifer Latham
The Martian - Andy Weir
Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened - Allie Brosh
Quiet. The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking - Susan Cain
Lies We Tell Ourselves - Robin Talley
Everything, Everything - Nicola Yoon
The Golem and the Djinni - Helene Wecker
The Crown - Colleen Oakes

This topic is brought to you, every Tuesday, by The Broke and the Bookish - I'm just answering these things because they're fun and it's awesome to hear what other people have to say on the topics each week.

 

This week has me answering the prompt: Top Ten Debut Authors Who Have Me Looking Forward To Their Next/Sophomore Novel.  Dude, this is hard, because so many authors I've read have had multiple books out, but that doesn't mean I can't include debut authors whose books I haven't read, but I'm looking forward to the sequel.

 

No particular order here, just going off the top of my head.

 

An Ember in the Ashes - Sabaa Tahir 

 

1. Sabaa Tahir:  I had some issues with "An Ember in the Ashes", but I also liked the story and found myself invested in the characters well enough to see where the series would go. I'm hoping that as the series goes on, it builds in strength (and leans less on some of the problematic turns of the story - or at least treats them a little better than the first book did).

 

The Wrath and the Dawn - Renee Ahdieh 

 

2. Renee Adieh: I'm already too excited over the release of the follow-up book to "The Wrath and the Dawn", but I've still yet to write a review for the first book.  Argh.  Both of the covers for this book are beautiful, and I love stories set with this theme so, so much.

 

Scarlett Undercover - Jennifer Latham 

 

3. Jennifer Latham: I really liked 'Scarlett Undercover," and I'd like to see where her next project takes her.  I think the biggest appeal of Scarlett was her character voice, which is something Latham did very well in shaping the character.

 

The Martian - Andy Weir 

 

4. Andy Weir - I think I've determined that I'll read anything that Andy Weir writes from here on out, because "The Martian" is one of my all-time favorite books. Really looking forward to what his next major book project will be.

 

Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened - Allie Brosh 

 

5. Allie Brosh:  Because I loved "Hyperbole and a Half" - no shame.  I'd love to read another humor book in the style of the aforementioned.

 

Quiet. The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking - Susan Cain 

 

6. Susan Cain: Because she's so articulate about the experiences of introverts/introversion.  I really enjoyed "Quiet" and I've heard she's releasing another book next year along the same lines.  I can't wait to read it.

 

Lies We Tell Ourselves - Robin Talley 

 

7. Robin Talley: Because I thought "LIes We Tell Ourselves" was absolutely fantastic. Can't wait to see what she writes next (and I have a galley of her next novel, so even better!)

 

Everything, Everything - Nicola Yoon 

 

8. Nicola Yoon: I haven't read "Everything, Everything" in its entirety, but what I've read so far makes me want to read more from her in the future.

 

The Golem and the Djinni - Helene Wecker 

 

9. Helene Wecker: Because while I haven't read "The Golem and the Jinni" in its entirety, I'd just really like to read more from her based on her style and the theme of this book.

 

and lastly:

 

The Crown - Colleen Oakes 

 

10. Colleen Oakes: Yeah, technically her sophomore novel is already out, but I haven't had the chance to read it, so it's new to me.  But I love her style of writing and I'd like to read more books from her in the near future.

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text 2015-09-16 18:05
Walker Wednesday!

 

We're only about a month away from the season 6 premiere of The Walking Dead!

 

I believe I will do a Walker Wednesday every Wednesday until then. 

 

Say hello to Bicycle Girl from Season 2. She wants your braiiinnnnsss. 

 

 

 

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