For some odd reason, there isn’t a whole lot going on in my life this weekend. I worked a shift at our local Pumpkin Festival last night and have been taking it easy today. I also have plans to take it easy tomorrow. It’s awesome having a quiet weekend where I can just curl up with my books and my computer. I am not sure about you guys, but sometimes those weekends are totally ideal. Anyways, enough about being a hermit and on to the books!
One Direction: Where We Are – One Band, One Story 100% Official by One Direction (Unsolicited) – LOL. I am donating this one to an organization at work that distributes books to encourage literacy among low income families. I am positive there will be one family that has a kid that’s a Directioner, and I am ALL about encouraging literacy, even with books that I have zero interest in reading.
Tin Star by Cecil Castellucci (Requested Review Copy) – I loved Castellucci’s First Day On Earth, so I just had to obtain this book and am beyond excited to read it!
Cress by Marissa Meyer (Requested Review Copy) – Of course, I fricken screamed when I opened this book because I feel like I have been waiting forever for it and omg you guys I can’t wait to meet Cress!!
The Outside by Laura Bickle (Amazon Vine) – Hell yes, Amish and Vampires part two. CANNOT WAIT. Also, requested this despite having an egalley because the egalley was not Kindle formatted and I just dislike reading on my computer screen.
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (Amazon Vine) – Figured I’d rather read a print copy than an ebook. Also, Rainbow Rowell is the best. TESTIFY.
Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff (Amazon Vine) – I seriously have all the luck and am excited I was able to get my hands on this sequel.
Going Rogue by Robin Benway – Ahhhhhh, spy thriller and Also Known As sequel! So excited my friends, so excited!
Far From You by Tess Sharpe – This is a young adult about a girl who has nearly died twice and was almost murdered and it’s like a mystery. It just sounds great. It releases April 2014.
Audiobook Digital Editions:
Frozen by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston (audiobook) – I grabbed this audiobook because it just seems like a good call to listen to the book and decrease my TBR that way.
QB1 by Mike Lupica (audiobook) – I’ve listened to and typed my review of this book. It’s scheduled to go up later this month — I liked it for the most part.
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