Friday, June 29, 2012

An Update of such

If you read my blog on a daily basis you might have noticed that I did not post much this past week. Mostly because I didn't have the energy and nothing of importance was needed for the blog. I'm so sorry that I was unable to post a playlist today, but I hope there will be one next week.

As for my absence I've been reading constantly for reviews and a book tour is coming soon to Read'n'Write.  I find that posting every week day is quite difficult and that I will try to achieve that goal, but is not promising anything. 

In the sidebar to your right is a Media section where I added another place where you can communicate with me. It's called Formspring. There you can ask me any questions you want. e.i. book reviews, books I'm currently reading. Anything, but please let's don't be gross. My username is Clarareads if you wanted to look it up instead. Also please follow me on twitter:) I love to chat with you guys so if you have a twitter please tweet me. 

Since I've started so many books this past week, I see many reviews in the future and hope you check them out in the next week or two. If you haven't yest please follow. :) Thanks for everything and comment on anything you like. 

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Review: Flying Lessons by Natalie Cooper

This is my very first short story review and I'm very excited and worried at the same time because this is a first and I'm afraid the review might be too short. Though, I love challenging myself, you have to fall before you can fly.:)

Natalie Cooper's writing is nothing spectacular I have to say, but she made me care about a character in only nine pages. That takes some skill, right? Her writing didn't include any showing off vocabulary that sometimes I love in authors, but I'm glad she didn't. She made the story easy to follow and made you want to know what was going to happen. Cooper didn't go out and say what was happening which I like. The one quote that I really loved that she wrote in Flying Lessons was," I was alone, like a single sailor looking out onto a vast ocean. Except my sea was not one of waves, but made up of people-each one staring at me, waiting for me to speak." I'm not sure why I love that quote but I do, and I feel like that sometimes when I have to give speeches in class. I feel like Natalie Cooper writes in a very personal place with outstanding details that many can relate to.

I love the characters, especially Mom Mom. I don't know. Maybe it's her personality. Maybe it's the feeling you get that you're grandmother is just like her. Maybe it's the specialty that made my eyes prick near the end.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Review: Nevermore by Kelly Creagh

Novel: Website Goodreads
Author: Website Goodreads Twitter

Ah, this was the book that made me unable to post every week day in June. This is the book that kept me up later than midnight reading and imagining. This is the story that's breaking my heart because I'm unable to know what happens next. This is the novel that made me understand Edgar Allan Poe. This is the novel that made me believe that anything Kelly Creagh writes is magical. This is the novel that made me think "Why can't I write something this complex and extravagant?" This is a review that might take decades for me to perfect it.

This review may contain SPOILERS!!

Kelly Creagh is now on my top favorite author list because of this book. I don't know how long she spent writing this novel, but all the detail and connections that she made through the book astounded me to no end.   I had the rush of feeling unsure constantly and my heart was pumping fast, close to the speed when I first read Divergent. Kelly Creagh wrote just enough romance, just enough mystery, just enough paranormalcy, just enough everything, but the fact that she had to end it and continue the story to the second installment.

Characters I loved: almost all. I loved Reynold, Danny, Gwen, even Brad believe it or not, and absolutely fell in love with Varen. Isobel, the female protagonist in the novel, though confused me, cause laughter in my heart, and scared everything out of me is not my favorite because I'm afraid to say which one is. Reynold is close to being my favorite character because the way he holds him and the way he plans everything out just... leaves me speechless at times. I loved how I followed along with Isobel and didn't feel like I knew what was happening because I felt what she felt. It was a magical experience.

Then there are the side characters I guess you can say, Gwen being the comedic relief in my mind should be given a bigger applause for her role. Then there's Pinfeather who is not the main antagonist but can be the most scary and wonderfully charming "evil" character I've ever read. As the cheerleaders may annoy me at the beginning I decided that they will hopefully play a bigger part in the future and I really hope that Isobel will somehow use her cheer leading flips and such to help progress herself in the other world in future sequels. I even found the owner of the Nobit Nook an interesting character that I cross my fingers will have some back story told in the sequel.

Something very stereotypical caught me off guard on how much Kelly Creagh was going to dial up the goth and cheerleader stereotype. I was glad that Isobel discovered the social status and broke away from it in the novel and slowly showing her strength building up from not much to this heroic superhero.The goths and the "popular" were a very strange concept that Isobel and Varen would get together in my point of view. To me they just come from totally different backgrounds and interests that I don't fully understand their relationship to each other. I was hoping for a meaning for this nearing the end.

Even though I have more thoughts on this novel I want to keep it as short and only needed info as possible. I give Kelly Creagh's Edgar Allan Poe inspired young adult novel, Nevermore a head nod, thumbs up, and smiling like there's no tomorrow. (5 out of 5)

Monday, June 25, 2012

Metric Synthetica

I know this is an extremely late post, but I wanted to post something up today. This post does not count as part of the posting every week day in June. ;(

Since I didn't get to write a post last night or the night before I wanted to explain why and a part of it that influenced my decisions. Over the weekend I was reading Nevermore by Kelly Creagh (will have a review up tomorrow) I got sucked in and I expect this a lot when I start a new book over the weekend. So, I've decided that there is no guarantee that I will post on a Monday, but maybe posts like this will happen.

This post is about music I play while I read. That might sound off and strange, but I do. I always listen to music. That's how I find new songs for the Friday playlists and that's how I go on living because I'm one of those people who would die if they didn't hear a tune a day. While I was reading Nevermore I was listening to Metric's new album Synthetica. That has to be one of my favorite albums at the moment, probably because the songs are drilled into my mind because I've been having it on repeat the last two days.

Friday, June 22, 2012

Playlist: Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare

So I had a better timeish finding songs for the second installment in the series, but there is still not as much as other playlists I've done. I hope you like this playlist and please leave a comment for a song you think I should add.

Here's the link:

Simple Song by Better Than Ezra
For Will's overcoming his faults

Breathless by Better Than Ezra
I imagined what Tessa would say to Will if she could

Tightrope by Walk The Moon
"Easy now with my heart" I think Tessa should take that advice w/ Jem & Will :)

Lost Kitten by Metric
Tessa:" I can't say no" to Jem

Jessica by Regina Spektor
"Jessica, wake up" should be for Will when he got high

Portions For Foxes by Rilo Kiley (covered by Cara Salimando)
There's a probability that they are all doomed;)

Here's to Goodbye by Cara Salimando
"Kill the lights because it's all over"

Playlist: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

So this was pretty tough for me to find music/ songs that fit this story, and as a result I have less songs in the playlist than usual. This time I only have six;(. Sorry but I tried my best and I hope you like it. Leave a comment below if you have a song that you think I should add. :)

Here's the link to the playlist:

Candles by Daughter
"Just the young heart confusing my heart"

Forget and Not Slow Down by Relient K
"Is it time I befriended all the ghosts of all the things that haunt me most"

Son Of A Gun by Motion City Soundtrack
If Clockwork Angel was narrated by Will

Do Better by Say Anything
To Jem: "You can be the greatest man in the world"

Rain City by Lucy Schwartz
"This city's always raining"

Arrows by Cara Salimando
"We're not falling in love"

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Review: Faelorehn by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

So I just finished this book last night and it took me a while I have to say. I think I started it back in the beginning of June and worked my way slowly till last night. Oh, I don't really know how to start with this so I'm going to start with the author, Jenna Elizabeth Johnson.

Miss. Johnson I have to say that you have very strange interest in Irish folktales, but we all love what we do, and I guess writing something like this or any fiction takes some craziness to a degree. Her writing style wasn't anything too abstract or difficult, it wasn't like something that Cassandra Clare would write, but it was on the better side of authors I've read. I felt that the pacing was done well, I got very tired of reading mundane things at the beginning of the novel, because even though it shows who Meghan is, I feel like it was just too dull for my taste. Maybe it was just me, but I had trouble pronouncing all the Old Irish names in my head. It took awhile to just deal with all of the names, but I just learned to memorize the way the letters were organized and not how I'd speak it.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Liebster Blog Award Tag!

Hi guys, so yesterday I was tagged for the Liebster Blog Award Tag and I was so excited I did the whole tag last night!! Here is the link where I was directed to to do this tag!
So without further adieu here is the tag I was tagged with! :)

11 Facts about ME:
1. I can play the piano, guitar, and ukulele.
2. I love fashion and going shopping!
3. I read because I love to, not because I have to.
4. I'm a night owl that reads during ungodly hours.
5. I suck at riding a bike.
6. I am a nerdfighter.
7. I am a grandmother of seven baby fish.
8. I can't say the alphebet backwards.
9. My favorite book is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.
10. I've balled my eyes out because of a book.
11. I have a rude amount of to be read books.

Questions I was tagged with:
1. What do you love most about blogging?
I love that I can blog anything, and people can read it or not. I especially love when people comment!:)
2. What is your favorite book cover?
My favorite book cover has to be The Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor.
3. Dust jacket or no?
No dust jacket
4. Who's your favorite author?
John Green
5. What's a song you find goes perfectly with a book? Which book?
I think Let's Kill Tonight by Panic! at the Disco is the best song I can think of when I read and think of Divergent by Veronica Roth because the book was very fast paced and this song goes perfectly with it.
6. texting/talking/or video chatting?
7. Do you pre-plan your blog posts?
Yes, most of the time.
8. Favorite color and why?
Orange because I love sunsets and its not many people's favorite color.
9. Do you except ARC's? If so what's your favorite thing about that? ie. reading/reviewing/recieving
I've never recieved an ARC! ;( Though I'd love to, I imagine reading is probably my favorite part.
10. Do you have a Goodreads account? If so what is the best thing about that program in your eyes?
I do have a goodreads account (Clara Naomi) and the groups are my favorite part because I love all the discussions.
11. What's your favorite number? Does it have anything to do with a book?
I'm not sure if this counts as a number, but 0 is my favorite because if you've read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, you'll know what I mean. :)

Questions I've tagged you with:
1. When did you start book blogging?
2. Hardback or Paperback?
3. One book you regret buying/reading?
4. Do you have a reading ritual? If so what?
5. What is the longest book you've ever read?
6. What is the shortest book you've ever read?
7. How often do you read?
8. Physical book or ebook?
9. Favorite dessert?
10. Book you can't live without?
11. What was the last book you read?

People I tag:
1. A Book Without Pages
2. YA Book Season
3. Book Overdose
4. Book Addict
5. Milena's Book Corner
6. A Slice of Amz Life
7. 1600 Words a Day 
8. Reading by Kindle Light 
9. book fever
10. 365 Books A Year 
11. Izzy's Book Blog 

Writing to Wednesday: Paranoia

Google dictionary defines paranoia as a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically work... I think we all this paranoia is when people get a little coocoo in the head or just plain crazy.

Ever since I've started summer vacation, I've had to be alone at home. Usually that doesn't scare me because it's not usually a very long time. Now it's basically the whole day. My day usually starts off with waking up late or sometimes early because of the sun and having breakfast after I clean myself. Then I get to work. Well what's my work, since I'm still in school? This blog, of course!! I'm working very hard on up coming features I love to share with everybody. Then there comes the noises and creeks in the walls and floors. Especially since I don't live in a house there are people on top of our home. Then since we have the lowest condo we have a small back yard. That is nice most of the time, but when there are bugs and ants that come in way more than offered it gets kind of scary. I also have an insect phobia. Well manly the big ones that I can't really control and move, and have to use a cup and paper to get outside because we have carpet. Carpet is not something you want insect blood and guts to be stained on. Nasty stuff!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Review: Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

Book: Website Goodreads Amazon

Author: Website Blog Twitter Goodreads

So I borrowed this book from my library back in November I think and it was huge back then, and I guess it still is. Hush, Hush is one of those overly hyped up books of last year (2011). It had everything going for it, the cover, the publisher, and some arc readers. Then it came out to the general public and then came the mixed reviews. Some bloggers I read adore the series and the first book, some of them despise it, and some of them just don't know. I think I'm on the fence of despising the book and just don't know because it was just... strange.

Like the bulk of young adult novels these years Hush, Hush is a paranormal romance, and from the cover of it, it's pretty easy to tell the paranormal part are angels. Becca Fitzpatrick didn't have a distinct writing style you could point out and her word choices were just plain ol' simple. Nothing lavish or intricate, just average. The book was quite short, or maybe I just read it quick because of how simple the writing was. Btw I read it in a day. I spent a whole school's day holiday off reading that book. I'm not spiteful of it, but I'm not glad about it either.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Wish List!

wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson

Paper Towns
Paper Towns by John Green

There are days when I feel like I want to buy a library, and then there are some days like this that I just want less than a hand full of books. I didn't really know what to post today, so I looked for books online, and decided to make a wish list, of sorts. It's really nothing special, but I hope you would leave a comment below telling me your wish list?
Days of Blood and Starlight
Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor
(Sequel of the Daughter of Smoke and Bone)

Friday, June 15, 2012

Playlist: Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly

This novel was kind of tough to find songs for, but I really think that this novel needed its own playlist. It deserves it, personally I love all these songs and if you have any suggestion for another novel to do a playlist for please leave a comment below.

Here is the link where you can listen to all the songs. I could not find Show you How by The Killers for the playlist so you can just google that song if you are really interested.

Show You How by The Killer
"we were better alone"

Are We There Yet by Ingrid Michaelson
"I guess I haven't found my home"

Innocent by Taylor Swift
"Lost your balance on a tight rope"

Fading Lately by Katie Costello
For the club scene

Music Friday: Spotify

I usually post a playlist I made for a previous book I've reviewed, but this week I'd also like to talk to you guys about this awesome, amazing thing called Spotify. I don't know if you've heard of it before, but it is a one hundred percent legal way of listening to music, but with out having to pay. I know that sounds a lot like Pandora, but for me Pandora doesn't have enough variety in their artist stations for some. While Spotify has the majority of the music you (I) listen to.

This is where I get my insperation from when I do those playlist. There are always new music coming out and new bands I'm discovering, so I like to listen to all their songs in probably one day or two and then turn into a fan girl. ;D!!!

I didn't just want to say that. I also wanted to share with you all of my stared songs on Spotify. It is quite a long list so bare with me. I would just love for you to check these songs out if you haven't already from my playlist. Some of these songs are in my playlist. Any recommendations please leave below and leave your current favorite playlist.

You're going to need to get Spotify for this

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Review: Catalyst by Laurie Halse Anderson

Catalyst by Laurie Halse Anderson was a surprising read for me. I read it only because I had to find a book in the library for English class. It was an interesting read indeed and very opposite of what I thought the novel was about. Catalyst is a contemporary read and Laurie Halse Anderson surprised me once again with this book. I was never sure what I was getting into when I read this book, but it made me think huh at the end.

I've seen and read some of Anderson's interviews before and noticed that she put a lot of herself in this book. For example, she was the priest's daughter in town. Laurie Halse Anderson still makes me want to read even though the story is some what normal. I think that because you think that it's kind of normal on the surface if I told you what it was really about, but when you read Kate you see all her different sides and all the different sides of the people around her.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Writing to Wednesday: Comparing Yourself

I have wanted to do a writing to wednesday on this topic for a while now. I think this is a really big thing we as humans do almost unconsciously. I honestly don't know how to go about to right this, but let's see how it goes.

Comparing yourself can be a good and bad thing I suppose. We compare ourselves with celebrities and their magically perfect bodies and beauty. Did I ever say that appearances don't matter. Fact. Well, sometimes in Hollywood there is always the ones that only pick the people that look amazingly perfect.

Then there's comparing yourself to make you feel awful. I've been trying to reverse this somehow lately because I don't want to feel awful about myself. I realized that there are always more "beautiful" people than you and even Jessica Lopez is not the more beautiful women in the world.

Beauty to me means that you are beautiful on the inside. That's whatever body says, and it's totally true. If you didn't know it the most best looking people on Earth are sell outs that have no value to their life. It's sad really, and you can argue with me, but this is what I believe. Beauty is the feeling you get when you've done something magical for someone else. It's the feeling you get when your significant other looks at you lovingly. It's the way you are when you are by yourself or with someone that you completely trust and are your self with. That's beauty.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Review: Envy by Gregg Olsen

Book: website  goodreads amazon
Author: goodreads twitter amazon website

I'm not a fan of this book. There it is. I don't think there is anything else much to say, but wait. I have so much to say why.

Well, first off the pages in the book are too white if that makes sense. Probably not, but it feels like I'm reading an ebook with the brightness all the way up and my ebook reader is broken. :( The font plays a great role in why I don't like this book and also because the story was eh.

The plot seemed like been their done that, and it's true because the story is based off of an actual news report. You'll understand if you read the summary, or just looked at the book title. That explains the novel quite immensely. It's the basic small town, big story novel, and the teens are teens. They don't have anything spectacularly scandalous or "special" about them. They are just normal, and I don't read books for normality. I read books to experience things that are not "normal".

Monday, June 11, 2012

Series Page: The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

Book Two: Clockwork PrinceBook One: Clockwork AngelClockwork Angel: Review Playlist

Clockwork Prince: Review Playlist
Book: Website Amazon Goodreads B&N

Cassandra Clare: Website Flickr  Facebook Twiiter

*reviews and playlists will be linked when posted*


How to: Create Photo Frame for Book Reviews

I started this new image creating thing when I review books, and I'd like to share it with you. I don't use a professional camera believe it or not. (actually that's believable). I use my ipod touch camera and use several apps to perfect the photo.

First thing I do is I take the picture. Plain and simple right? Well, you have to get it in the right lighting and and take several photos to decide which one is the best. I usually take at least five pics for each pose I want the book to have, but lately I've gotten the hang of it and only need two to three. Lighting can be quite difficult during the rainny season or if you live in a place that rains almost 365 days a year. ;(

Next thing I do is pick the photo from the ones you have already shot. I decide on them by how crisp you can read the title and the lighting of course. I don't like to look at a book cover if it wasn't in it's best state. Just saying, :D. Then I have several apps that help me combine the three pictures you see in my reviews and how I crop and all that stuff.

From left to right: built in apple ipod touch camera app
, wallpaperHD, PS(photoshop) Express,
Intagram, Pic Stitch, Pinterest, Snapspeed
So, I have this folder on my ipod where I put all the apps I need for photos and anything that involves photography.

First off, after I pick my three photos I automatically use the built in photos app and use the auto-enhance tool because it's always good to have a starting basis that isn't that bad. This usually just makes it brighter and easier to read or look at.

Then I use the PS Express, it's not as great as the real photoshop that I use at school, but you know, you use what you've got. I many use this app for their exposure tool, saturation, and contrast. Sometimes  I may also crop my photos with this, but not often.

Next, comes the big guy. I use pic stitch as I think my main all around editor, cropper, and finisher. The main point to the app is actually combine photos together in a frame like manner. Though, I do use that for the frames I love the options they have for editing photos. I use many of their tools, such as: enhance (preferably auto or balance), orientation (if need), crop, brightness, contrast, saturation, and sharpness. I also think that their draw tool can be useful, but I don't use it for my blog.

That is the majority of what I use to make the photo frames for my book reviews. All of the apps I use are free and I'm pretty sure they can be used with out internet. So, when I'm anywhere and waiting in line I'd take my ipod out and edit my photos that I had taken of for that week. I personally love to do these photos and I find myself editing a two or three photos in thirty minutes. Gah!

 Something that I'd like to share is the WallpapersHD app I found. It updates it's photos everyday and there photos are top notch. I usually don't have to edit them, but sometimes if I'm bored I will and make them mine. Many of my Writing to Wednesday posts are using those photos I've found on there. I love looking through their large selection and it is also something else I enjoy immensely. 

Friday, June 8, 2012

Playlist: Common Criminals by Ally Carter

I had an amazing time creating this playlist. Some songs old and may be popular, but I think these songs fit it perfectly!! :D Tell me what you think and any song I should add.

Here is the link to the playlist!!!

Ho Hey by Lumineers 
Because it's good for montages :D

Sparks Fly by Taylor Swift
For Hale in Kat's POV

Locked Up by Ingrid Michaelson
For Kat's decisions

Playlist: Heist Society by Ally Carter

This playlist is for the first of a series of teenage spies by the infamous Ally Carter. To check it out please click the link here:

Reasons for song Choices:
My Chemical Romance - Teenangers
For the crew

Neon Trees - Everbody Talks
For the rumors

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Review: Common Criminals by Ally Carter

Author: Website Twitter

t's strange this one. Common Criminals was something that I wasn't especially excited for when I read the summary. Mostly because of the Cleopatra be involved in it. I have a strange urge to think dry sand dunes when every I hear here or Egypt and that is a very broad generalization that I should get out of my mind(I know that). It was unexpected how it went. Of course there was a lot of traveling of sorts, but I could catch up with the fast paceness of it all.

I'm on the fence if I love the second one better than the first, but I really loved the beginning of this one *eye winks* if you know what I mean. It's still a cute summer read that is wonderful for a day on the beach tanning, or if you want to get in the habit of reading in the summer, but don't have the time. It's very easy to start this book and pick it up again without having to remind yourself.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Writing to Wednesday: Birthday

So it was my birthday recently and it wasn't anything different. Besides the fact that it was also the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and that my pregnant fish gave birth around the same time I was born it was quite mundane. I wouldn't say that growing is mundane though because if you really notice how we change over a few weeks to years it's quite drastic how the world changes us.

You may be asking what I got for my birthday and well I got a new ipod touch charger because the old one was breaking. If you guys didn't know I check on the blog every morning before I go to school on that thing and try to answer all of your questions or just feedback. I also got a book. What book? Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I recently saw a review on it on Youtube (bookswithcourt) and it was really drew me in. The only thing I didn't like about getting the book was that Barnes and Nobel needs to stop reorganizing their shelves so often. It gets on my nerves at time when the young adult section is on one side, but all the new young adult novels that recently came out is on the other. It took me forever to find it and I personally don't really like their kiosk for finding books. The keyboard didn't work!

Writing to Wednesday: Ignorance

I think that we should have a talk about Ignorance. This is probably not what you want to read about in the middle of your week, but I needed to make a Writing to Wednesday on Ignorance. 

This past month, I've realized maybe that it's spring fever, but people are getting irritable to hang around with. Some people are just like that everyday, and I personally never hang around them. Though, there are some people that are amazing friends that you could one hundred percent trust, and then the next you feel like forgetting about them because they have just ruined your whole day. 

Google defines ignorance as: Lack of knowledge or information: "he acted in ignorance of basic procedures". This can be counted for everyone in the world because we all know that everyone doesn't know everything. This is religion aside btw. 

People can be very mean when they are ignorant. For example, the other day someone I knew would not let me help them because I was wrong the first time. Now, I did say that it was my fault and I am sorry, but when that person asked specifically for anyone but me, it hurts. You don't want to be around that person, and now that person is on my stay away list. 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Review: Heist Society by Ally Carter

Book: Amazon Goodreads Website
Author: Website Goodreads

Heist Society was called the teenage version of Oceans 11, and I think that is a great way to sum it up. A group of teens stealing priceless items from big head buildings. This was my first Ally Carter novel and I've heard of her before because I think we all have seen her Gallagher Academy series because honestly it's everywhere. I felt like this was more of a summer read, than anything, but it was wonderful none the less.

Kat. I feel like there are a lot of new books coming out that have a variation of the Hunger Games protagonist, Katniss Everdeen. Am I right? Well, anyways they both have their similarities. For example, they both have the same distinct way of get in and then get out. Strangely both of them have a habit of not wanting to be open with people and think through things in technical ways.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Series Page: Heist Society by Ally Carter

This is a first of many series that I've decided to start this summer. I will have at least two weeks in every month a "series week". A series week is when that whole week is only about that series. That week may lead up to the up coming book or maybe a movie release. This is a series page where you will have on page dedicated to the whole series including: reviews, playlist, and etc. This page will update as soon as something new is posted. I hope this will be easier for you if you like series.

Heist Society: Review Playlist
Book: Amazon Goodreads Website

Common Criminals: Review Playlist
Book: Goodreads Amazon B&N Website

Author: Website Twitter Goodreads

*reviews and playlist will be linked when posted*

Friday, June 1, 2012

June Books!!

So it's that time of the month (lol, not that). Here are the book this month that I will hopefully will be reviewing:
Heist Society by Ally Carter
The Book Thief by Makus Zusak
Matched by Allie Condie
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
Envy by Gregg Olsen

I am very excited this month because I get out of school, so there will be more time to read. Also there are some new features I am excited about doing. So far, nothing is announced, but please stay tuned to Read'n'Write. I have many projects going on and would love to share them you. If you have read any of these books already please leave your review or opinion on them in the comments. If you follow me, I'll follow you. Let's spread the love shall we? Yeah. So if you have any book you'd like me to review please leave it down in the comments. :) I hope you have some amazing books you'll be reading this month or summer.