Well it is definitely not summer her is Oz, but this article written by Farrah Penn on Buzzfeed is still a great bookish article.
I have already read these books on the list:
- The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertail
- Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
- Geekerella by Ashley Poston
There are a few other books on this list I would really love to read, so if you would love to send me one that would be bloody great. Lol. Jokes. I wish. But I can’t wait to get my hands on some of these books.
Have you read any of these books or plan to read any of these books?
This article came out a few weeks ago from Buzzfeed and I wanted to share it with you all because I love sharing bookish information with you all and wanted to let you see it.
Here is a list of Aussie Young Adult books which we are all apparently meant to read at least once.
I am going to be completely honest with you. I haven’t read any of these young adult books that are mentioned on this list. I own a couple of them, my sister has read a few of them, but I myself have not read any of them. I know about most of them, but with such a big TBR as is, I can’t really get around to all of the Aussie Young Adult books.
Have you read any of these books? Do you own any of these books?
Let me know what you think.
This article wasn’t written by me, it was written by Chuck Wendig but I really wanted to share it with all of you because most of you are writers, want to be writers or know writers. So I thought I would share this blog post with all of you to read, learn and enjoy:
He has some pretty great points doesn’t he? He is spot on about a few other things too.
What did you think about the article? Do you agree with anything he has to say?
First week of May wrap up –
So I thought I would do a quick wrap up to let you all know what has been happening.
Well we started a new month this week. Isn’t this year going by so fast?
I ended last month with a post with all the books I bought and read and you can find it here.
On Monday, I released my April Doable TBR Pile out on my blog.
Tuesday saw a new and exciting Tip for Tip Tuesday which was all about magic.
On Wednesday, I shared a link to an article I found about quirky things all book lovers have done before.
Yesterday I posted about which book I was reading – ‘Everything Everything’ by Nicola Yoon.
This week I also started and finished reading ‘Geekerella’ by Ashely Poston. Such a good book, you all need to go out there and get a copy so you can fall in love with it too.
I also watched Younger on DVD in between my writing sessions. It is such a good television show and thankfully it has been picked up for another season. If you don’t know about the show, google it and then go and look for a way to watch it because Hilary Duff is in it as is Nico Tortorella and well hello!
I’m going out to dinner with my friends for the first time in a while tonight and seeing some that I haven’t in a while too. I hope it’s a good night as I have to find a catch-up episode of Arrow as it is on during dinner.
Oh, and do you guys watch The Flash? You have to watch it. I can’t believe what happened during this week’s episode. I mean I screamed! How is all of this meant to work out now. There has to be an explanation for what they did on the show. None of it makes sense. Okay my rant is over now.
So that has been my week so far.
Here’s to the weeked.
Yesterday I posted my April 2017 Wrap up post, if you scroll down just a little bit you can find it.
My Doable TBR pile consists of books I have picked out that I want to read this month. In saying that I read 6 books in all of April. One of them was on my Doable TBR, the others I got throughout the month and just had to read them. Luckily, I only had two on my Doable TBR for April and at least I read one of them. Continue reading “Doable TBR Pile 2017 May”
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