June was a great start to summer. Look at this post to see what I watched/ read/ bought in June.
July is my birthday! Not just one day, the whole month… lol not really. On July 9th I will be turning 24. I have some ideas as to what I want to do blog-wise in order to celebrate but I haven’t settled on one idea just yet. There are a lot of good books that have popped up on my radar recently and I cannot wait to get to them.
Review of Force of Nature by Jane Harper. This book felt like being lost in a forest and no one knows to even look for you. Five women go in, four come out and each has a different story.
April and May were both very good months. I finished four books in April, which is pretty good for me, and although I only read one book in May, I wrote more than I ever have. I also purchased some of my most anticipated books of the year (aka The Summer Children, Ace of Shades, and Brightly Burning.)
March was a pretty wonderful month. I went to visit friends from college and also to visit my grandparents in Alabama. I read three books but wrote a lot of words for my own story.
This Top Ten Tuesday topic was surprisingly difficult. Every book that I read that is not set in my surroundings is usually a fantasy book set in a made-up place. I know that there are lots of YA Contemporary Fiction books set in other countries but I don’t usually read those. I know that there are good ones but I feel like a lot of them have spoiled main characters that don’t want to be where they are and I get annoyed. These are the the books that I’ve either read or am interested in reading that are set in another country.
These are all the fantasy reads that I have read so far this year. This includes Red Queen, The Cruel Prince, Strange the Dreamer, Darkfever, The Winner’s Kiss, and The Bear and the Nightingale.