Hello Readers Welcome to my first Top Ten Post in this week of Top Tens. Today I have for you in no particular order: Top Ten Best Books I Read In 2015 For the book synopses, I have included their links to Goodreads below and where I have done a review, I have included that link also. Queen Of Shadows (received 5 stars) Bloodmoon( 5 stars) Sugar Skulls (5 stars) Review Blade Of The Destroyer (5 stars) Review An Ember In The Ashes (5 stars) Ink And Bone (5 stars) Department 19: Darkest Night (5 stars) The Girl At Midnight (4 stars) Arena 13 (4 stars) Poet Anderson..Of Nightmares (4.5 stars) Review What are your Top Ten best reads for 2015? Have you read any of those mentioned? http://Follow my blog with...Read More
Hello Readers I am excited to be participating in the Top 10 2015 hosted by Fiktshun , and co-hosts Jaime of Two Chicks on Books, Mindy of Magical Urban Fantasy Reads, and Nancy of Tales of a Ravenous Reader! This is a week-long event consisting of five different top tens! The event runs for five consecutive days, the last week full of the year – Monday, December 21st to Friday, December 25th. Five days in which we share some of our favorite lists and the Schedule is as follows: Monday, December 21st Best Books I’ve Read in 2015 (Doesn’t have to be released in 2015, just a book you’ve read in 2015) Tuesday, December 22nd Best Book Covers of 2015 (MUST be a book released in 2015. Would be best if it’s a book you’ve READ in 2015, but it’s not required) Wednesday, December 23rd Best ________ of 2015 (Reader’s/Blogger’s choice. Please fill in the blank with ONE of these topics – Villains, Contemporaries, Dual POV’s, Novellas, Adult titles, New Adult titles, Love Triangles, Couples, Bad Boys or Debuts. REMEMBER: this list MUST be from books you’ve READ in 2015) I’m thinking of doing Debuts for this one, if I can come up with 10. If not then I would go with Adult titles. Thursday, December 24th Best Book Boyfriends of 2015 (MUST be from a book released in 2015 and from a book you’ve READ...Read More
Hello Readers In planning ahead for some fun stuff to do on my blog for 2016, I came across this challenge hosted by Mel at The Daily Prophecy . I just recently started following her blog and I love Mel’s posts about books, her bingo cards, challenges, and she seems to have a few giveways going on too, so feel free to check out her blog if you haven’t already. Level I’m Aiming For: Retelling Challenge 2016 If you don’t like fairy tale retellings, other retellings are also allowed – mythology, folklore, classics, and so on. Since this is my first time doing this challenge, and since the few retellings I have read aren’t super interesting, I am going to reign myself in and not try for the highest level. Plus, I want to aim for an average of maximum two retellings per month so as to have time for other books. Here are the challenge levels (from Mel’s blog): There are 6 different levels you can aim for: -Enchanted Moura: 1 – 4 books.Retelling Challenge Goose Girl -Goose Girl: 5 – 9 books. -Evil Queen: 10 – 15 books. -Wise princess: 16 – 20 books. -Kuma Lisa: 21 – 25 books. -Cheshire cat: 26+ books I think I will be able to read 21 – 25 retellings quite easily if I pace myself because they can get a...Read More
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