Hey everyone! I recently got nominated by The Outsidehook (thank you!) for the Sisterhood of the Worlds which is basically a tag where you answer questions about yourself and then nominate other bloggers for it. The rules are: 1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and link to their blog. 2. Answer the questions that the blogger who nominated you has provided. 3. Nominate ten other bloggers (I am choosing only four-can’t think of many) 4. Create ten questions for your nominees and notify them of their nomination. Questions from the outsidehook: What’s your favorite TV show? I’m going to say Psych … Continue reading Sisterhood Of the Worlds Bloggers
Okay this month had by far, the greatest number of reviews this year. Summer break has given me great opportunities for reading books and writing reviews! My favorites this month were definitely The One and The Elite by Kiera Cass! Continue reading June Recap
So it’s been exactly six months since I’ve announced my 2015 Reading Challenge, so today, I decided to post an update on how it’s going. In addition, my parents are no longer participating in this challenge 😦 but I would still like recommendations for books in the categories that I have not read yet. As of now, I have finished 12/30 books in my 2015 Reading Challenge. However, school’s out now so hopefully I will be able to write more reviews! A book that makes you cry- The Fault In Our Stars by John Green and Maybe One Day … Continue reading My 2015 Reading Challenge: The Halfway Mark
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Genre: Realistic Fiction Age Recommended: 12 and up This book was hilarious and most everything in this book was something I could relate to. ———————————————- Rory Swenson has been waiting for forever to turn twelve! Whenever she has asked for something, her parents have said: “when you’re twelve”. And now she is! Rory’s list of things includes: getting a phone, getting her ears pierced, getting contacts, getting a pet, and many other trivial things. Also, a movie is being shot at her school! Rory and her best friends are trying out as extras and … Continue reading Book Review: Finally by Wendy Mass
Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life by Wendy Mass (Reviewed) Anastasia by Carolyn Meyer (Reviewed) A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle (Reviewed) A Wind At The Door by Madeleine L’Engle (Reviewed) Skinners Banks by Brad V. Cowan (Advance Reader Copy – Reviewed) A Swiftly Tilting Planet by Madeleine L’Engle (Reviewed) Many Waters by Madeleine L’Engle (Reviewed) An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L’Engle (Reviewed) Whisper by Stacey R. Campbell (Reviewed) The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak (Reviewed) Jim Morgan and the Pirates of the Black Skull by James Matlack Raney (Reviewed) Hidden Magic by K.D. Faerydae (Reviewed) Half A Chance by Cynthia Lord … Continue reading Books I’ve read in 2014!
Rating : 4.9 out of 5 stars Age Recommended : 11 and up Jeremy Fink And The Meaning Of Life is an amazing book about the discoveries of life. Wendy Mass’s message in the book is clearly portrayed: Life is more than just a string of memories. Do you agree? Well, I do. I think that once you make an impact on the world, big or small, you will always be remembered. Life is a chance to make your mark on the world. People will never forget… whether you reunited them with an old friend, or if you saved their life. Jeremy … Continue reading Book Review: Jeremy Fink And The Meaning Of Life by Wendy Mass