My 2015 Reading Challenge!

This year, my goal for Goodreads is 177 books, and I’d like to invite you to join me in the following book challenge. As I read books in this challenge, I’ll edit this post and add them in and I’d love for you to comment if you’ve read any of these too! I’ve also roped my parents into doing this so keep an eye out for their reads!! The books that we have to read by December 31st, 2015 are:   A book that makes you cry A book involving a fly A book recommended by a friend A book in … Continue reading My 2015 Reading Challenge!

December Recap: Welcome 2015!

Happy New Year everyone!! I just finished 100 book reviews and celebrated the one-year anniversary of my blog on the 21st of December! My favorite this month was the Iliad and I may even go as far as to say it was my favorite this year! I also loved Every Word by Ellie Marney so I think that it might be a tie. I completed my 2014 Goodreads book challenge of a 150 books! Here’s the actual recap:   Continue reading December Recap: Welcome 2015!

Book Review: Every Word by Ellie Marney

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Age Recommended: 14 and up Genre: Fiction (Mystery) I can’t believe it!!! Mrs. Ellie Marley just sent me an advance copy of her newest book, Every Word… it’s the sequel to Every breath… Along with a handwritten note and a pack of Tim tams! For those of you who don’t know what those are, they are amazing Canadian chocolate biscuits with chocolate cream filling and the whole thing is coated in chocolate! I received a package in mail on Friday – it was addressed to me! As you can imagine, as an 8th grader, … Continue reading Book Review: Every Word by Ellie Marney

Blog Tour: Every Breath by Ellie Marney

Hi! I recently joined the Every Breath blog tour and along with receiving a hardcover copy of the book (courtesy of Tundra Books),  I also got to interview Ellie Marney! These are my questions for her, along with her answers: Q: What inspired you to start writing? A: Just the normal thing, I guess, and a very overactive imagination. I was always one of those kids who was genuinely convinced that teddy bears came alive at night when everyone else was asleep, and that fairies lived at the bottom of the garden. My paternal grandmother had a store of Irish folk tales … Continue reading Blog Tour: Every Breath by Ellie Marney