July 27, 2014

Sick/Ill Book Tag

1. Diabetes: A book to sweet, like really sweet
          I'm not sure if this question means a book I did not enjoy because it was too romantic, but I really enjoy those kinds of books, so instead I will list a book I really loved that was very romantic! For that I have to go with My life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick! This one of my all time favorite contemporary and book in general. The romance was perfectly sweet and I couldn't stop reading. I fell in love with the characters just as they fell in love with each other.

2. Chicken Pox: A book you've read once and will never pick up again.

          After thinking long and hard about this I have decided to go with The Maze Runner by James Dashner. Now this book was good. That is all. The story had so much more potential. I found the main character boring as well as the story. Although things somewhat picked up at the end I didn't feel the need to pick up the sequel.

3. Influenza: the flu, a contagious book that spreads like a virus.

           This was a hard choice but I have to go with Divergent by Veronica Roth. I really loved this book but it seems like everyone read it at the same time. I think many people only read it to fit in.

4. The cycle: a book you read every month or year.

            First, this isn't an illness. But, I choose The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I was really obsesses with this series for a long time. I would say I have read it at least 15 times. I am also not ashamed because this could possibly be my favorite book.

5. Insomnia: a book that kept you up all night.

             I could choose a number of books for this. I have to go with the most recent one which is Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout. I literally read this in one night immediately after I finished Obsidian. It has became one of my favorite series.

6. Amnesia: a book that failed to leave an impression.

              This book has to be The Maze Runner again.

7. Asthma: A book that took your breathe away.

               Slammed by Colleen Hoover. This book was perfect to me. I had so many emotions throughout the story. If you haven't read it yet I recommend you do it now!

8. Malnutrition: A book that lacked food or thought.

               I honestly don't have an answer for this.

9. Travel sickness: A Book that took you on a journey.

               The lovely Mortal Instruments Series is my answer. I had so much fun reading these books. It feels that I have taken an adventure with the characters.

I hope you enjoyed this tag! I tag everyone because I had so much fun answering the questions.

Book of the Week

     This weeks book is Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. I know it is an old series but I really want to start it, and the sooner the better. I honestly have not heard anything bad about the series. Comment below if you liked it or not!

July 26, 2014

Anticipated books!

The following are 3 recently released books that I am excited to dig into!

#1. The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles #1) by Mary E. Pearson

Release date: July 8, 2014

Synopsis: A princess in a dystopian world is supposed to have the gift of sight because she is the first born daughter, but she doesn't. Her parents have arranged a marriage to form an alliance with another kingdom and Princess Lia suspects its a spam so on the morning of her wedding she flees. In a nearby village, she runs into two handsome strangers and is unaware that one of them is the prince she was supposed to marry, and the other is an assassin assigned to kill her. Lia finds herself discovering secrets and falling in love.

#2. Lets Get Lost by Adi Alsaid

Release date: July 29, 2014

Synopsis: Four strangers are brought together by a girl named Leila and they become friends. Leila soon leaves them and their lives change. During Leila's road trip she discovers what you need most is right where you started and the only way to find what your looking for is to get lost.

#3. Conversion by Katherine Howe

Release date: July 26, 2014

Synopsis: A group of girls from Danvers, Massachusetts start to  have mysterious symptoms that soon spread to the other students. The illness includes seizures, hair loss, and coughing. Colleen Rowley has been reading The Crucible for extra credit and discovers that her town of Danders used to be the Salem Village where another group of girls suffered the same symptom's over three centuries ago. She soon discovers what is really happening to herself and her friends.

Weekly Wrap-Up!

     This is my first weekly wrap-up! This week I have read a total of two books! The first book I read was Obsidian (The Lux Series #1) By Jennifer L. Armentrout. I really enjoyed this book and I will have a review up soon! The second book I read was of course Onyx (The Lux Series #2) By Jennifer L. Armentrout. I loved this book! It was in my opinion better than the first book. These two books have recently been published into a bind-up of the first two books in the series called Lux Beginnings. This brings my weekly page count to 800 pages. I am currently reading Opal, the third book in the series. I am on page 234 of 382.

Total page count: 1034 pages.

What have you read this week?

July 25, 2014

Summer Posting Schedule

Here is a weekly schedule to outline my posting patterns! (May change)

Sunday- Book of the Week

A book that I have read or plan on reading that I think needs to be shared with you.

Tuesday- Book Review/Top Ten Tuesday

A spoiler free book review of a book I have recently read followed by a juicy in-depth version that will include spoilers. Also my top ten book recommendations from a specific genre.

Thursday- RANDOM

I will post anything under the sun (book related of course!) Expect entertainment on Thursdays!

Saturday- Weekly wrap up/ Anticipated book

A 2-post special Saturday! I will give you a summary of my weekly reading accomplishments. Also I will give you some information on an upcoming release or a recently released book.

I hope you find this post helpful and stay tuned for my next post!


     Hello fellow Book Readers and Blog Lovers! My name is Mallory, and I love to read. My love for reading has pushed me to start a blog on the subject. My blog will mostly contain anything book related. I hope you all enjoy my blog!