Reading Wrap Up:

Reading Wrap Up:

I do realize that it is the end of the year and I am just now posting a wrap up for August and September. I was debating about whether I should even bother and not sure if anyone really cares or not but I figure might as well since I already took the photos.

August Wrap Up                   

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

August September Wrap up

  • 5 Stars
  • I love reading celebrity gossip and this book filled that love
  • It was nice to see what goes on behind the scenes like contract relationships and how cut-throat the business is
  • Great writing and interesting characters

The Summer I Turned Pretty Trilogy by Jenny Han

August September Wrap up

  • 2 Stars
  • I think maybe if I was younger I would have enjoyed it more
  • I thought Belly was very immature and I found her annoying
  • Overall, it was meh

Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica

  • 5 Stars
  • Listened to the audiobook
  • Mary Kubica is an expert at slowly unraveling a story to reveal a shocking twist that I never see coming

Addicted to You by Krista Ritchie and Becca Ritchie

  • 1 star
  • Predictable
  • Was bored and ended up skimming the last part of the book just to be done with it

The Lost Girls by Heather Young

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The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova

  • 3 stars
  • Couldn’t help but being disappointed by this
  • Parts of the book were boring
  • Enjoyed the perspective of Stoyan Lazarov and wished there was more of them
  • Overall, I was hoping for something similar to The Historian by Kostova and this was not it.

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

August September Wrap up

  • 3.5 Stars
  • Expecting to love this book and am a little disappointed that I didn’t
  • Liked the dual timeline
  • The different POV’s were done well
  • Preferred Eve’s time line best from her time as a spy in WWI

September Wrap Up                       

Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson

  • 2.5 Stars
  • Another case of I think I am just to old to enjoy this book
  • Didn’t connect with main character
  • Felt like the conflict with her ex-boyfriend and ex-bestfriend were resolved to easily
  • I  did cry in the end, even though I didn’t connect with the characters , it is just so sad and I am a cry-baby

August September Wrap up

That Night by Chevy Stevens

  • 5 Stars
  • Listened to audiobook
  • Couldn’t stop listening, had to find out what happened that night
  • Makes you think about the justice system
  • A great suspense thriller

The Bookseller by Cynthia Swanson

  • 4 Stars
  • Loved this premise of the two realities, where in one world main character is Katharyn and has a loving husband and is a stay at home mom with three kids and the other she is Kitty a bookstore owner with bestfriend, is single and has a cat
  • Listened to audiobook
  • Loved trying to figure out which reality is real and how it gets revealed in the end.


The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd

  • 5 Stars
  • Loved the beautiful writing
  • Enjoyed reading about a historical figure I never heard about
  • Powerful and moving story

China Dolls by Lisa See

  • 4.5 Stars
  • Huge fan of Lisa See novels and really enjoyed this one
  • Love the dynamics between the three girls and their complicated friendship
  • Was surprised by the betrayal

August September Wrap up

The Last Camellia by Sarah Jio

  • 4 Stars
  • Atmospheric and mysterious
  • Didn’t really care for Addison timeline and what happened in her past
  • Couldn’t get enough of Flora’s perspective
  • Felt like there was no consequences to what Addison did in her past

Hope you enjoyed this late August and September reading wrap up. I will be doing a reading wrap for October and November, so look for that post coming soon. My New Years resolution is to be better at this blogging thing. I think I might just do a weekly wrap rather than a monthly wrap up.

Bookish Matters

Festive Christmas Book Tag

Its been a few months since I have posted a blog but I do want to start getting back into it. And even though I have never been consistent with my blog this last half of the year I have been slaking hard. When I seen this post on Kristin Kraves Books I thought this would be a good post to do to start blogging again. So, thanks Kristin for encouraging me to do this post. 🙂

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Sbooktober Reading Wrap Up

Hello  there,

I hope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween. Did anyone dress up and what did you go as? I didn’t dress up and I didn’t do anything too exciting either. I just took my nieces and nephews out trick or treating but it was nice to go with them.

The sbooktober read-a-thon hosted by Jasmine at novel thoughts ended October 31 and I did manage to complete all the seven challenges but not seven books. I finished five books and I am proud of myself for that since I normally finish that amount in a month. I may have been able to finish more if I didn’t have to work and didn’t binge  watch Stranger Things 2. Continue reading “Sbooktober Reading Wrap Up”

Sbooktacular Read-a-thon TBR

Sbooktacular Read-a-thon TBR

October seems to be the month for read-a-thons, I would love to particitpate in them all but that would just not work and most likely end up burning out and result in the dreaded reading slump. So, I have chosen only one to do and that is the sbooktacular created by Jasmine from This read-a-thon start tomorrow Oct. 25 and ends Oct. 31.

The reason why I went with Sbooktacular is because it is a choose your own adventure this way you pick what challenges you want and fit the books you own. From the pictures you would think I would have went with the witch path but no, I have chosen the skeleton path. 😛 Continue reading “Sbooktacular Read-a-thon TBR”

August Page Habit Unboxing

August Page Habit Unboxing

All my plans to keep up with my blogging this week did not go according to plan because my boyfriend brought home a kitten. I have been wanting a cat for quite some time. So most of my attention has gone to her. Even as writing this post she keeps stepping on the keyboard making it difficult to blog. Her name is Kitty. I know, how very orginal. Lol Well, enough about Kitty and on with the rest of the post. 

PageHabit is an awesome monthly book subscription service. It is in my opinion the best book subscription service. Even though I haven’t received any other book box but I have watched many unboxing videos for other companies and this the only were I felt the need to get one. 

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