How about a #teaser?
How about a #teaser?
Hag, A Contemporary YA Romance by Rachel Rueben
HAG is a teen drama that has it all. Author Rachel Reuben has not forgotten her teenage years drawing from the reader the ability to feel along with Audrey as Audrey bumps, ducks and crashes with every obstacles and problem in her young life. Audrey begins to like the company of Roddai's, someone she tried not to like while at the same time finds her ex-boyfriend, Desmond, is interested in her again. Trouble follows as both boys have a secret they keep from Audrey as bullying leads to tragedy.
This book haul made me realize that I bought a lot of books in the last especially weeks. I had some gift cards from my birthday to spend, discovered some books I just wanted to have right away and ordered a few books from my wish lists.
I think in the next weeks I will slow down a bit with buying new books, my TBR pile shelf is full and for some weeks I want to buy less books than I read. And yeah, right in this moment I'm going to ignore that just this morning I ordered four new books.
My pile of new print books is a mix of four contemporary adult romances (loving the genre right now), two contemporary YA books and three YA books with some action and special elements.
print books (all bought)
You really got me & I want you to want me - Erika Kelly
Return to me - Kelly Moran
The best kind of trouble - Lauren Dane
Fan Art - Sarah Tregay
The museum of intangible things - Wendy Wunder
Seeker - Arwyn Elis Dayton
The Mime Order - Samantha Shannon
The Queen of Tearling - Erika Johansen
Can't wait - Jennifer Ryan
Off Campus - Amy Jo Cousins
It's time for a little update on what I'm reading right now. The last three books on my latest reading pile are finally on my mini reading pile and I'm excited to read them and to then move on to a new reading pile.
I added a contemporary adult romance by Jennifer Ryan spontaneously to my reading pile, right now I can't get enough of contemporary love stories, I'm drawn to them like crazy, so adding the book was a must.
On my reading pile are
When it's right - Jennifer Ryan (nearly done and I love it)
The double life of incorporate things - Leanna Renee Hieber (half way through and it's good)
Let the storm break - Shannon Messenger (not started yet)
Everblaze - Shannon Messenger (not started yet)
I'm also listening to Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley (I'm half way through and love it so far, love the characters and world building), plus Hero by Samantha Young (I'm four hours in the story and so far I like it, it's sexy and entertaining).
I'm right now in a pretty good reading mood, I'm excited for the books on my reading pile, I'm excited about reading in general and isn't this the best feeling?
In the last days I also did the following bookish things:
I rearranged most of my books on my shelves and created some space in every book section, I used this activity to sort out about 20 books and I'm pretty happy with how everything looks.
And I went through all of my wish lists and deleted more than half the books on it. I only kept the books I'm really interested in and sorted out all of the ones that sounded a bit creepy, too serious and so on.