I got the idea for this post from a YouTuber (a dash of ash) who did the same thing. I think it’s an excellent idea to show all the books since it is close to mid year. Also, I don’t talk about every book I read so I thought this would be informative. In this post you’ll see all 15 books I’ve read thus far this year, why I chose to read them, and what I thought.
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.)
I saw Jamie from The Perpetual Page Turner do this about books she loved from past years that weren’t the most popular. They weren’t popular but that doesn’t mean that they weren’t great! Here are my choices for some great YA picks you might have missed over the years.
April was a stressful month for me. I think it showed because the only thing I blogged was my March Wrap Up. So I wanted to do something that made me excited to blog again! Thus this post. I’ll still have a wrap up go live so you can know all about my month bookish-wise.
This post is inspired by my recent trip to Home Depot. I went with my friends to look at plants when our nursery of choice was closed for the day. I used to work at Home Depot in the garden department and that time made me very interested in plants. Just being there made me very excited for spring and summer! I loved gardening last year and this year I’ll be even more prepared and I’ll also have twice as much space to plant. So these are all the plants I think I’ll definitely be able to grow.
Yay! 2017 is almost completed! It was another great reading year down in the books. See what I did there? Huh? Haha!
This movie was a complete rush of anxiety. It was terrifying! It is the story of four adventurous friends who want to take their travels to the most extreme level yet in a search to find an unknown Indian village. As you can imagine, it doesn’t go the way they planned.