That's What HE Said Thursday #49: Dante Walker from The Liberator


That's what HE said Thursday is a weekly meme hosted at Chapter Break where you post a favorite line of a book boyfriend to his girl. It's the perfect meme to share all those awesome quotes!

                     Today's quote is from Dante Walker of The Liberator by Victoria Scott!


Quote:
"I love the way you are, Charlie. I love it so much it tears me apart. I think about what would happen if I didn't have you in my life-you, the girl you were when I met you-and I fee like I can't breathe. All my life, all I've ever wanted was to take. But with you, all I want is to give you everything-every creature in the sea, every star in the sky... my own beating heart. I love you, Charlie. Just the way you are, I love you."
-Dante to Charlie


My favorite bad boy <3 Haven't met him? YOU SHOULD. He's such a sweet guy, but boy is he BAD. You are going to love him. 

Book Review: Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch

Title: Snow Like Ashes
Author: Sara Raasch
Series: Snow Like Ashes #1
Genre: YA Fantasy
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Published:  October 14th, 2014
Page Count: 416 pages
Format:  Hardcover
Source: Purchased


Summary:
A heartbroken girl. A fierce warrior. A hero in the making.

Sixteen years ago the Kingdom of Winter was conquered and its citizens enslaved, leaving them without magic or a monarch. Now, the Winterians’ only hope for freedom is the eight survivors who managed to escape, and who have been waiting for the opportunity to steal back Winter’s magic and rebuild the kingdom ever since.

Orphaned as an infant during Winter’s defeat, Meira has lived her whole life as a refugee, raised by the Winterians’ general, Sir. Training to be a warrior—and desperately in love with her best friend, and future king, Mather — she would do anything to help her kingdom rise to power again.

So when scouts discover the location of the ancient locket that can restore Winter’s magic, Meira decides to go after it herself. Finally, she’s scaling towers, fighting enemy soldiers, and serving her kingdom just as she’s always dreamed she would. But the mission doesn’t go as planned, and Meira soon finds herself thrust into a world of evil magic and dangerous politics – and ultimately comes to realize that her destiny is not, never has been, her own.
*The Reader's Review*
My rating: 4/5 stars
Snow Like Ashes gave me the biggest scare of my reading life EVER (okay, not really, I love to exaggerate). You see, I was very excited to read it because everywhere I looked, people were raving about how awesome and wonderful and exciting this book was. To be honest, I'm not a difficult reader to please and even less when a book has all of my favorite elements: Princes, romance, magic and awesome world-building. So it was probably a sure thing that I would end up liking it too, if not loving it.

And I DID. I ended up liking it A LOT, but I had trouble getting into the story during the first half. My problem was that I wasn't feeling the characters, and to me, that's what matters the most. I was frustrated at myself because I wasn't paying enough attention to the world-building that it deserved because I was just too damn focused on trying to click with Meira, Mather and Sir. 

Fortunately, the second half came was what finally sealed the deal for me. That EPIC battle scene that happens before Meira is taken to THAT place, is when I truly got into the story and I felt EVERYTHING. I knew then that I cared for the characters. That they stopped being two-dimensional and practically popped out of the pages. They all impressed me, but Meira even more than the rest.

So now I love Meira. I love her strength, loyalty and selflessness towards her people. I liked that, despite not knowing who she really was or where she truly belonged, she continued fighting for what she believed in. I know she had a few moments of weakness in which she only had thoughts for herself, but considering her situation - where other people were not letting her have a say about her life - I can say that I understand and she had a right to think about herself.

The world-building is, hands down, the best aspect about this book (and I know many will back me up on this!). I loved how complex it is, how the world is divided into eight kingdoms, four that go through every season and four that represent each season (and named after them too). How creative! The magic and the conduits was also something fascinating to read about.

And the romance? Oh, I'm Team Theron all the way! Mather is a great guy and I do like him, but Theron's personality won me over because he always listened to Meira and he wasn't afraid to speak up or ACT. 

All in all, despite my bumpy journey into Snow Like Ashes, I'm glad that I ended up enjoying the story after all. Now I'm looking forward to read Ice Like Fire and explore more of this fantastical world!

All We Have Is Now Blog Tour: Spotlight & Giveaway!


Hi everyone! Welcome to the tour for All We Have Is Now by Lisa Schroeder! This is a young adult apocalyptic fiction that releases today. July 28, 2015 by Scholastic.

For my tour stop. I'm telling you what I would wish for if I had only 24 hours left to live! Gulp, I know. But before you check it out, here's a bit about this wonderful book that has had me thinking too much about the end of the world and of huge falling rocks.

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All We Have Is Now
All We Have Is Now by Lisa Schroeder

From the author of THE BRIDGE FROM ME TO YOU, a groundbreaking novel about what matters most — when time is running out.
 
What do you do with your last day on earth?
 
There are 27 hours and fifteen minutes left until an asteroid strikes North America, and, for Emerson and everyone else who didn’t leave, the world will end. But Emerson’s world already ended when she ran away from home last year. Since then she has lived on the streets, relying on her wits and her friend Vince to help her find places to sleep and food to eat.
 
The city’s quieter now that most people are gone, and no one seems to know what to do as the end approaches. But then Emerson and Vince meet Carl, who tells them that he has been granting people’s wishes. He gave his car away so a woman could take her son to see the ocean for the first time, and he gives Emerson and Vince all the money he has in his wallet.
Suddenly this last day seems full of possibility. Emerson and Vince can grant a lot of wishes in 27 hours — maybe even their own.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING


“Thoughtful, endearing, and surprisingly fun — a reminder of what’s really important in life.” –Suzanne Young, New York Times bestselling author of The Program

“All We Have Is Now is one of those books my teenage self needed — a thoughtfully crafted reminder that every moment is a gift and that we should be kind, especially to ourselves.” –Julie Murphy, author of Side Effects May Vary

“Heartwarming and hopeful. I’d take this book with me to the apocalypse!” –Amy Plum, internationally bestselling author of the Die for Me series

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MAKE A WISH 


Make-A-Wish-for-the-Apocalypse- There’s just a little over 24 hours until a meteor is scheduled to hit the US. What do you wish for?

I'D WISH FOR A MIRACLE. 

Something that would make the meteor go away. Wouldn't that be swell?!

But okay, if I knew for sure that there would be no chance of surviving, then I would wish for peace and acceptance to what will happen & enough gas to be on the road with my family and pets. I'd like to get a view of the sea, mountains and cities for the last time while singing along and laughing like if we were just on a family vacation. And, if possible, to not feel a thing when the time comes. I'd die happy that way. Well, I want to believe that anyway. I just don't really want to waste away my time with  tears. I do want to hug and kiss my loved ones, but I don't want to fall in despair. I want to enjoy their company and die thanking all my lucky stars for having them there with me. 

BUT, if there were to be a slight possibility of surviving, I'd wish for enough gas & supplies to last me a while because you bet I'd scour the country for a safe place to stay with my family! Or just, you know, wish for THE safe place without struggling too much to find it.

However, I'm still rooting for that wishing away the meteor thing. 
 
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FROM THE AUTHOR
 
How did the idea for ALL WE HAVE IS NOW come about?
 
When I was in high school, I had a leadership class where we did lots of different activities and exercises. One of the most memorable ones was when we all sat in a circle and our teacher, Mrs. Smith, said something like: “Imagine the world is going to end in 24 hours. I’d like you to share with us how you would spend those last 24 hours.” What made it so memorable was how emotional people got as they spoke of the ones they love the most, or relatives they hadn’t seen in a while and wouldn’t be able to see again. It wasn’t long before almost everyone was crying. It was strange and kind of eerie, but also wonderful, because it was such a great reminder of what matters most. Of course, the class clown, a kid named Eric, gave us all a break from our tears when it was his turn and he said something like, “I’d find a girl and we would have a fun 24 hours, and that’s all I’m gonna say.”
 
I’ve always been fascinated with meteors and asteroids. The one that happened over Russia in 2013 was slightly terrifying, seeming to come out of nowhere and creating a huge blast in the sky, injuring over 130 people. As I thought about writing a book that dealt with that question of – how would you spend the last 24 hours – this seemed like a unique premise to play with.
 
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

LisaSchroeder
Lisa Schroeder is the author of over a dozen books for kids and teens, including the YA novels I Heart You, You Haunt Me and The Bridge From Me to You. She loves tea and cookies, flowers, family hikes, books and movies that make her laugh and cry, and sunshine. Living in Oregon, she doesn’t get nearly enough sunshine, but the hikes are amazing. You can visit her online at www.lisaschroederbooks.com on Twitter at @lisa_schroeder. 
 
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The author will be giving away $40 Powells e-gift card (US) OR a signed copy of All We Have Is Now (INT) to the winner of the below Rafflecopter.  The giveaway ends August 5th.

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Excuse To Read Read-A-Thon: Day 1


Hey guys! Today I'm happy to announce that I'll be participating in the Excuse To Read read-a-thon hosted by Jessica L. Brooks & Cheyanne!

The Excuse to Read read-a-thon is all about enjoying your books and not feeling guilty about taking a week off from books you "have" to read. It will run from July 28th to August 4th!


If you want to join in on the fun, here's the full breakdown of the event:

July 28th (day one)--Reading List: Show off your TBR pile! Share the books you've chosen to read over the course of the week. You can list why you chose them, talk about how beautiful their covers are, squee over how many of them were on sale, state if they're ARCs, whatever you want! 

July 28th (day one) through August 3rd (day seven): Update your progress. You can do daily updates, one every couple of days... whatever works! The categories below are what we're going with (use as little or as many as you like!) and can either be shared every post, or at the very end in your windup post on August 4th. Remember, you don't have to have a blog for the read-a-thon. You can post on Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, wherever you want!

August 4th (day eight)--Windup Post: Total stats! Party hats! Hooray! You read more books! *throws confetti* Today is a day for posting your overall reading summary. Here's where you add up total books and/or pages read so we can celebrate! This is also when you share the deets on:
* Cover Love (all-time favorite cover)
* Fun Find (book you're most glad you picked up)
* Author Love (author you're definitely going to read more of) 
* Favorite Quote (this can be for each book or all-time favorite quote)
* Old Geezer (book you've been meaning to read the longest)
* Series Stats (if you completed a series, make sure to share that!)
(The suggestions above are the general idea, but *do* make it your own!)


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There you have it! So for this whole stress-free reading week (woot!)  I'll be reading:


 


Great choices, right!? I'm excited to finally read these beauties because I'm tired of not being on the loop when it comes to these series. I'll first start off with The Orphan Queen and then I'll decide if I should continue with Alienated or Cinder. I seriously hope I end up loving and finishing all three.  ;)

Will you be joining? 


Summer Blogger Promo Tour Week #4: Mariah from A Reader's Adventure


Hi everyone! Welcome to the second stop/week on my blog in the 2015 Summer Blogger Promo TourThis wonderful event was pulled together by the awesome ladies Amber & Jessica from The Book Bratz
The 2015 Summer Blogger Promo Tour consists on featuring one blogger every Sunday from July 5th to August 31st for the sole purpose of making new friends and to get to know them better through guest posts, interviews & other funs posts! 
This week I have the lovely Mariah from A Reader's Adventure who is sharing with us a Travel Guide of books for those of you recovering from a broken heart! Enjoy. :) 

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Travel Guide for the Broken-hearted:

HI guys! I’m Mariah from A Reader’s Adventure. I’m so excited to be stopping by Melissa’s blog for the Summer Blogger Promo Tour! Today I am going to be making a travel guide for the broken-hearted! So join me as we travel though some YA books!

So you’re broken-hearted, now what?
Well first I would recommend some sweet snack of some kind and then we can get started!

First I would recommend The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale. It will remind you that even though you are alone at least your identity wasn’t stolen as well. Also the end of this book has an awesome comeuppance. 


Then we will travel over to the world of The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson. Specifically the sequels. Because even if your first chance doesn’t work out, you might end up finding something better. 


After that I would recommend you go over to Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson to realize even if something horrible has happened you can still find love in the oddest places. This can also be found in Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally.


And finally I would recommend The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight; This is What Happy Looks Like, and The Geography of Me and You. All by Jennifer E. Smith. All of these are great love stories that start in unusual places to give you hope that you too will find love again!


Of course you don’t have to be broken hearted to read these fantastic books! Also if you want some more recs I would recommend anything by Sarah Dessen or Miranda Kenneally.

Thanks to Melissa for letting me stop by!
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About Mariah

Hi! My name is Mariah and I am a college student from San Antonio, TX. I am studying Biology and English Literature. I love to read and I decided to start this blog so I could share that love with others. also love to bake and play my violin. If you are thinking about starting a blog I totally think you should! I have had a blast and think you would really enjoy it. If you want me to review your book you should check out my review policy.

Thank you, Mariah! Where was this list when I needed it a couple of years ago? Haha. Still, great books I now look forward to read!

To follow the rest of the Summer Blogger Tour and check other posts by Mariah and other awesome bloggers, you can do so by searching the twitter hashtag #SBPT15. Thanks so much for stopping by!

That's What HE Said Thursday #48: Alexander from Queen of Someday


That's what HE said Thursday is a weekly meme hosted at Chapter Break where you post a favorite line of a book boyfriend to his girl. It's the perfect meme to share all those awesome quotes!

                     Today's quote is from Alexander of Queen of Someday by Sherry D. Ficklin!


Quote:

"If you want to send me away, tell me only that you do not love me, and I will go. I will never speak your name again, never touch your hand. I will pretend that the loss of you hasn't killed me."
-Alexander to Sophie







Ugh, this quote. I wasn't in love with Alexander, but this quote was my undoing. Such a powerful declaration. It breaks my heart just to think about it.

Queen of Tomorrow Blog Tour: Book Review


Hey, everyone! Welcome to my stop on the blog tour of Queen of Tomorrow by Sherry D. Ficklin hosted by YA Bound Book Tours!  Check out below my review of this wonderful YA historical fiction and if you want to follow the tour, you can do so here. Thanks so much for stopping by! 

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Title: Queen of Tomorrow
Author: Sherry D. Ficklin
Series: Stolen Empire #2
Genre: YA Historical Fiction
Publisher: Clean Teen Publishing
Published: July 14th, 2015
Page Count: 280 Pages
Format: eARC
Source: From tour host in exchange for my honest opinion

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Book Summary:
Sophie—now Catherine, Grand Duchess of Russia—had a tough first year at Imperial Court. Married at sixteen to Grand Duke Peter, heir to the throne, and settled in their own palace, things are finally looking up. As a new day dawns, she thinks only of securing her future, and the future of their country, during one of the greatest political upheavals of her time. Fighting desperately against forces trying to depose the Empress Elizabeth and put the young Prince Ivan on her throne, Sophie soon finds herself in the middle of a war brewing between her beloved Prussia, and her new empire. But even as she navigates the fragile political landscape, she quickly realizes that she has only begun to discover the tangled web of deceit and infidelity woven over the lavish court of Oranienbaum Palace.

When a strange and delicate alliance forms between the young couple, she glimpses a future of happiness, only to see it lost in a moment at the hands of those who still seek to end her life—and prevent her reign. Out of favor with the empress and running out of options, Sophie will have to sacrifice her own innocence on the altar of Russia if she is to save the nation, and herself. To survive, she will have to do the unthinkable, betray those closest to her and become something greater and more dangerous than she ever imagined she could be… a queen.

 *The Reader's Review*

     My rating: 4/5 stars
I never thought Queen of Tomorrow, and also it's predecessor Queen of Someday, would be so brutal to my heart. It's been a couple of days since I read them back-to-back and I still can't quite recover. I'm stunned, repulsed, heart-broken and in awe at the same time. Both books were incredible reads, but Queen of Tomorrow was what sealed the deal for me to truly fall in love with the series.

Queen of Tomorrow continues the tale of young future queen of Russia, Sophie-now known as Catherine-as she carries on her new married life with Prince Peter. There's no love or intimacy between them, product of Peter's wrath against her because of her secret relationship with one of his best friends. But although Sophie is alone at court, constantly suffering at the hands of her husband and harsh rule of the Empress, she strikes back with all she's got in this war of beauty, power and betrayal.

Sophie (she will always be Sophie to me) is such a strong character. It amazes me how, despite every awful thing or difficult situation that she goes through, she manages to rise out of it stronger and wiser than ever. I'm not saying she's a perfect person. She has many faults and sins, but in comparison to everyone else at court, I think she has the best heart of all.

But the best thing about this book is, hands down, how complicated life at court is. It's not that I love it for how awesome it is (because it's not) but one can certainly appreciate all the trickery, backstabbing and complicated plotting. It constantly made my head swim and cringe non-stop. It also made me realize that, if I had lived in the time of Catherine the Great, I would NEVER have survived this kind of life. It's just too much and not worth it. 

The only thing I'm not sure about this book was the romance in it. I really did not feel anything, I didn't fall in love or root for someone, but maybe it's because I'm still mourning for the loss of her first love. Also, Queen of Tomorrow realistically protrays how poorly women were treated back in the days, abuse and raping, so that may have been another reason why it didn't feel like a romantic read. 

Overall, Queen of Tomorrow is a read worthy of your time if you enjoy reading historical fiction. I'm looking forward to read the final book and find out if Sophie will be having a sort of HEA or not. I hope she does, but something tells me I shouldn't hold my breath.


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About the Author
Sherry D. Ficklin is a full time writer from Colorado where she lives with her husband, four kids, two dogs, and a fluctuating number of chickens and house guests. A former military brat, she loves to travel and meet new people. She can often be found browsing her local bookstore with a large white hot chocolate in one hand and a towering stack of books in the other. That is, unless she’s on deadline at which time she, like the Loch Ness monster, is only seen in blurry photographs.

She is the author of several YA novels and in her spare time she co-hosts Curvy Writer Radio.

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The Week's Entrée #72

Hey everyone! Welcome to another edition of The Week's Entrée!

I'm excited, you guys. Today is the day I go on vacation! Libraries, bookstores and awesome places, here I come! It's going to be tricky to be on the blog these weeks, but I'll somehow find the way to manage it. Even if I have to write and publish posts from my phone I WILL DO IT. ;)

On a different matter, yesterday we featured another awesome blogger in The Summer Blogger Promo Tour! Sydney from Sydsaurus Rex stopped by to share with us her 7 Deadly Book Sins! On the other hand, I was hosted at Jillian's Books where I share the Bookish Food Tag!
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Now, on a more serious note, I can't leave without saying how devasted I am for the lovely Katie M. Stout, author of Hello, I Love You. She was forced to delete her twitter account and other social media sites after being tagged by a reader who highly disliked her book and thought that it was a good idea to trash it on Twitter. I loved Katie's book, and I respect that it wasn't everybody's cup of tea, but seriously people, is it necessary to say awful things? I'm sad and terribly hurt for her. 

If you don't like a book by an author, just drop it and MOVE ON. Your rudeness is not welcome and book-bashing is unacceptable.

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Book reviews in other sites:


I reviewed I, Mary by Mike Hartner at Kate Tilton, Connecting Authors & Readers

This is the third book in the Eternity series and it's now my favorite from the series. This time the main character is a strong young woman, so maybe that's why I felt even more connected to the story. If you love historical tales, romance & a life at sea, then you should definitely give this series a try. You can even read each book as a standalone so that's a plus. ;)

Here's the book's summary:

Mary Crofter’s first trip on the water was just after her first birthday, when her parents came from her birthplace in Kilwa to Portsmouth. She’s been on several trips from Portsmouth to London and other places since. She loves the water and the water seems to love her. Can she survive on the water? Will people ever take seriously a GIRL as a sailor? Will she ever come off the water? If she does, will the lure of the ocean draw her back? 

She was born to privilege.. but does she even know? And, more importantly, in a time of English Civil War, is it better that she doesn’t know?

This is the third book in The Eternity Series.

Books I Got Last Week:

{For review}
From Netgalley, authors, publishers, etc.


Thanks go out to Esther from Audible for sending me the audiobook of Boo by Neil Smith! Can't wait to listen to it, and while I'm at it, make a dent in my poor unchanging ausiobook challenge. :(

{Purchased}


I also got the audiobook of Frostfire by Amanda Hocking! I had a credit, and after much pondering, I thought I should finally find out what this book is all about so I can read the eARC of Ice Kissed I requested without knowing it was actually a sequel. Whoops.

To Read This Week:

I'm drawing a blank here. I can't decide which book to read next and I've been staring at the screen for a while now. Any recs?

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And that's it for The Week's Entrée! Hope you have a wonderful week. :)

Summer Blogger Promo Tour Week #3: Sydney from Sydsaurus Rex


Hi everyone! Welcome to the third week in the 2015 Summer Blogger Promo Tour
The 2015 Summer Blogger Promo Tour consists on featuring one blogger every Sunday from July 5th to August 31st for the sole purpose of making new friends and to get to know them better through guest posts, interviews & other funs posts! 
This week Sydney from Sydsaurus Rex is here to share with us a fun post. Enjoy!

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The 7 Deadly Book Sins

Hey everyone! My name's Sydney from Sydsaurus and I am so excited to be here on Melissa's blog (thanks girl for hosting me! Xo)

So as the title suggests, I'll be telling you guys my top 7 Deadly Book Sins, basically bookish things that I do that are seen as "shameful" in the public eye. It's like bookish confession! Believe me some of you guys will be disappointed in me. 

So let me stop talking and let me get to my book sins

Sin #1: I Have Never Read The Harry Potter Series

I know, it's so shocking even I gasped. I actually grew up in a very conservative Christian household and my mom didn't like the Harry Potter series so she never let me get them. 

Now that I'm older, I really really want to pick it up, but I don't know what edition to get (book snob much? Haha) and I'm also very well known for procrastinating when it comes to reading popular books, oops!

Sin #2: I Was Totally And Completely Unable To Finish Reading The Fault In Our Stars

Okay so allow me to explain for this one right here: I rarely ever read contemporary. There are actually very few contemporary novels that have grabbed my attention long enough for me to finish them. When it came to TFIOS, I tried 3 separate times to read it and each time I couldn't get past chapter 2. I guess it just wasn't for me, but every time I tell someone I haven't read it and don't plan on it they say "Why not try one more time?" So to everyone who is about to comment that I say "No thanks, I'll stick with fantasy"

Sin #3: I Tend To Hide A Book I Want Somewhere In The Bookstore So I Can Come Back And But It

I don't think this needs an explanation other than yes I know, I am a terrible person. No, I will not stop

Sin #4: I Can't Marathon A Series

So this doesn't seem too bad of a sin, but to me it is! I love series and trilogies and duologies and everything in between, but I literally can't marathon anything. I try and try but *flails in frustration* Its like I get tired of the characters or I feel stuck in one world when I want to explore different worlds. I guess that's my only excuse at this point 

Sin #5: I Count The Baby Books I Read To My Son On My Reading Challenge

For those of you who don't know, I have a 9-month old baby boy. I have quite a few books for him, not too many, but I try to read to him every night. So when I read it to him, in my logical mind, I read it so I can count it towards my challenge right? Right?! 

Some people call that cheating but hey, there's no rules for the reading challenge so BOOM!!!

Sin #6: I Sometimes Judge A Book By Its Cover

I'm sure we all have done this. We're walking through the bookstore and we see a cover that just grabs us, so we buy it without hesitation or research only to read it and not like it at all. I have to admit, I have done this more than once, and sometimes I won't even look at a book if I don't like the cover. I've been getting much better though and I'm happy about that. Plus my shelves look hella sexy

Sin #7: I Am Absolutely Not Sorry For Any Of My Bookish Sins

Nope, I'm not. I firmly believe that we can read and love whatever books we want and despise and hate the books we want. No one should ever feel weird about the books their reading or not reading. No one should be called names or get any hate for whatever books they like, it's my life I do what I want with my books, my reading challenge and my shelves. And you should too!!


So there you have it! My 7 Deadly Book Sins that I'm willing to share! Thanks to Melissa for hosting me and thanks to all of you guys out there!

You can find me at my blog (www.sydsaurus.wordpress.com) or on Twitter @sydsaurus

Spread love ya'll xo.




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Thank you so much, Sydney! Your post is fabulous though it did make me gasp with the HP sin! Oh, and I totally count novella's towards my reading challenge haha. Such little devils. ;)

Don't forget to check out Sydney's blog and say hi! Plus she is also hosting another amazing blogger today in the Summer Blogger Promo Tour. Thanks for stopping by!