Considering all books . . .kind of. I review mostly contemporary adult, NA and YA but if it's a great paranormal, fantasy, dystopian, etc., I will read it!
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May I Suggest . . . Giveaway Hop
I am so excited to be participating in another giveaway hop, hosted by Stuck in Books!
Step One: You get to choose ONE of my favorite books that I'm always recommending (above and each image is linked to the goodreads description) as a physical book or an ebook. If the book you choose is part of a series, you can choose any book in that series.
Step Two: Open Internationally as long as the Book Depository ships to you or you can receive an ebook!
I saw Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog do this and it looked fun! This tag was created by CC's books! Stand Alone Book You Love Dystopian Book You Love A Book That You Love But No One Else Talks About Favorite Book Couple Olivia and Caleb from The Opportunist Book That Other People Love But You Haven’t Gotten Around to Read A Book With Red On The Cover A Book With Pink On The Cover You were given a box of chocolate. What fictional boyfriend would have given them to you?
This & That – 2 Books with Strong Friendships, a Quest, and SHIPs!“This and That” is a feature created by Megan @ Reading Books Likes a Bossand borrowed here with permission. Megan created this feature and I owe this post to her brilliance. Not only should you check out her blog, generally, but her This & That recommendations are utterly perfect! Megan created this feature to showcase books that either sound similar or have similar themes, and thus I am recommending that you read the "that book" because you are a a fan of the “this book.” About the Books: THE RAVEN BOYS (The Raven Cycle #1) by Maggie StiefvaterEvery year, Blue Sargent stands next to her clairvoyant mother as the soon-to-be dead walk past. Blue never sees them--until this year, when a boy emerges from the dark and speaks to her.His name is Gansey, a rich student at Aglionby, the local private school. Blue has a policy of staying away from Aglionby boys. Known as Raven Boys, they can only mean trouble.…
I Love This Trope, Sub-Genre, Setting is a new feature on my blog in which I discuss a trope, sub-genre or setting that I love and tell you about books that are shining examples of said trope, sub-genre or setting. Feel free to play along and please let me know about your favorite books in this realm and whether you like this trope, sub-genre and/or setting as much as I do!Today I am spotlighting the trope of: My Best Friend's Brother/My Brother's Best Friend, which I would define as any book where the heroine either has a crush on or falls for her brother's best friend or her best friend's brother.
I have to confess that I love this trope in nearly all of its iterations! I have a younger brother so I never got to crush on any of his friends but it's fun reading about that and it's equally as fun as reading about falling for your best friend's brother -- instant sisters! I know there are a ton of books that I'm missing/haven't read so please let m…