February TBR

I haven’t made a TBR list in quite some time and I feel like I need to get back to doing one to give me a bit more focus on the books that I want and need to read. This TBR is going to consist of about 10 books that I can pick from the month. I am never going to read all 10 but I can pick from what I feel like at the time. It will probably consist of several different genres and then that way there is going to be something that I will be in the mood for. These will be all books that are high priority and should have been read either a long time ago or is due to be released very shortly.

Enough with my rambling, lets look at the books that I want to read in February.


Sunflowers in FebruaryThe Hate U GiveThe Belles (The Belles #1)

Without MeritOther Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness

Sunflowers in February by Phyllida Shrimpton – Due to be published on the 8th February. – YA, Contemporary,reminiscent of the Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold.

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – YA, Contemporary – has so much hype surrounding this book and I must be the last one to read.

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton – YA, Fantasy – involves royal families and courts – interesting to see what this is like. This is to be released on 6th February

Without Merit by Colleen Hoover – Contemporary. This will be my first book by this author. I know a lot of people don’t like her books due the content but I am going in open-minded.

Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness by Peter Godfrey-Smith – non-fiction – I have heard Octopus are very intelligent animals and just interested in reading more about them.


When Breath Becomes AirThe Light that Gets LostA Snow Garden and Other Stories

Follow Me BackBe with Me (Wait for You, #2)

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi – Non-fiction. This is a beatthebacklist read, plus it won Goodreads choice awards in 2016.

The Light That Gets Lost by Natasha Carthew – YA – I don’t have great expectations for this book as it has a 2.55 average but this is another beat the backlist read.

The Snow Garden and other stories by Rachel Joyce – Short stories about Christmas – yes I know that christmas has past but I would still like to read this and it’s still cold enough.

Follow Me Back by Nikki Cloke – Ya story based around social media, another beatthebacklist book..I am trying to knock off as many as possible this year.

Be With Me by J Lynn AKA Jennifer L. Armentrout. Romance. I loved the first book in this series even though people having be saying how creepy Cameron is as he keeps asking Avery out. This for me is pure entertainment.


This is the 10 books that I will be picking from in the month of February. I should get to about 6 of them….let me know which books you think I should read first.


Thanks for reading



January Book Haul



I have been pretty good this month, to be honest with you, I can’t believe it is the end of January already. February is my birthday month so expect more books soon. I got sent a book and received one as a gift…so not to shabby really.

Sunflowers in February

I received a copy of this book from Readers first, so thank you to them and Hot Key books. This picture does not do the cover justice the blue is a shiny foil and is so pretty. This interested me as it reminded me of ‘The Lovely Bones’ by Alice Sebold.

Lily wakes up one crisp Sunday morning on the side of the road. She has no idea how she got there. It is all very peaceful. and very beautiful. It is only when the police car, and then the ambulance arrive, and she sees her own body, that she realises that she is in fact… dead. But what is she supposed do now? Lily has no option but to follow her body and see her family – her parents and her twin brother start falling apart. And then her twin brother Ben gives her a once in a deathtime opportunity – to use his own body for a while. But will Lily give Ben his body back? She is beginning to have a rather good time…


Her Body and Other Parties

I was meant to get this for Xmas but it was being shipped from America and then got lost in the post so I have only just received this. I love short stories and this sounds right up my street.

In Her Body and Other Parties, Carmen Maria Machado blithely demolishes the arbitrary borders between psychological realism and science fiction, comedy and horror, fantasy and fabulism. While her work has earned her comparisons to Karen Russell and Kelly Link, she has a voice that is all her own. In this electric and provocative debut, Machado bends genre to shape startling narratives that map the realities of women’s lives and the violence visited upon their bodies.

A wife refuses her husband’s entreaties to remove the green ribbon from around her neck. A woman recounts her sexual encounters as a plague slowly consumes humanity. A salesclerk in a mall makes a horrifying discovery within the seams of the store’s prom dresses. One woman’s surgery-induced weight loss results in an unwanted houseguest. And in the bravura novella Especially Heinous, Machado reimagines every episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, a show we naively assumed had shown it all, generating a phantasmagoric police procedural full of doppelgangers, ghosts, and girls with bells for eyes.

Earthy and otherworldly, antic and sexy, queer and caustic, comic and deadly serious, Her Body and Other Parties swings from horrific violence to the most exquisite sentiment. In their explosive originality, these stories enlarge the possibilities of contemporary fiction.

The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue (Guide, #1)


I caved and picked this up plus I got £10 free Amazon voucher…so it’s pretty much a freebie. This is one that I just keep hearing about everywhere.

Henry “Monty” Montague was born and bred to be a gentleman, but he was never one to be tamed. The finest boarding schools in England and the constant disapproval of his father haven’t been able to curb any of his roguish passions—not for gambling halls, late nights spent with a bottle of spirits, or waking up in the arms of women or men.

But as Monty embarks on his Grand Tour of Europe, his quest for a life filled with pleasure and vice is in danger of coming to an end. Not only does his father expect him to take over the family’s estate upon his return, but Monty is also nursing an impossible crush on his best friend and traveling companion, Percy.

Still it isn’t in Monty’s nature to give up. Even with his younger sister, Felicity, in tow, he vows to make this yearlong escapade one last hedonistic hurrah and flirt with Percy from Paris to Rome. But when one of Monty’s reckless decisions turns their trip abroad into a harrowing manhunt that spans across Europe, it calls into question everything he knows, including his relationship with the boy he adores.


Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "Learned"

I saw this in the charity shop,had a quick skim read and thought I would have a read of it and see what it’s all about.

“There is nothing gutsier to me than a person announcing that their story is one that deserves to be told,” writes Lena Dunham, and it certainly takes guts to share the stories that make up her first book, Not That Kind of Girl. These are stories about getting your butt touched by your boss, about friendship and dieting (kind of) and having two existential crises before the age of 20. Stories about travel, both successful and less so, and about having the kind of sex where you feel like keeping your sneakers on in case you have to run away during the act. Stories about proving yourself to a room of 50-year-old men in Hollywood and showing up to “an outlandishly high-fashion event with the crustiest red nose you ever saw.” Fearless, smart, and as heartbreakingly honest as ever, Not That Kind of Girl establishes Lena Dunham as more than a hugely talented director, actress and producer-it announces her as a fresh and vibrant new literary voice.


They Both Die at the End

I have never read an Adam Silvera book and so I thought I would rectify that – though my daughter thinks the title is a major spoiler lol.

When Mateo receives the dreaded call from Death-Cast, informing him that today will be his last, he doesn’t know where to begin. Quiet and shy, Mateo is devastated at the thought of leaving behind his hospitalised father, and his best friend and her baby girl. But he knows that he has to make the most of this day, it’s his last chance to get out there and make an impression.

Rufus is busy beating up his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend when he gets the call. Having lost his entire family, Rufus is no stranger to Death-Cast. Not that it makes it any easier. With bridges to mend, the police searching for him and the angry new boyfriend on his tail, it’s time to run.

Isolated and scared, the boys reach out to each other, and what follows is a day of living life to the full. Though neither of them had expected that this would involve falling in love…

The Wizard of Oz (Oz, #1)

My Daughter actually bought this book but I too want to read it so I am adding it to the list. I loved the film as a child and would watch it constantly.

Follow the yellow brick road!

Dorothy thinks she’s lost forever when a tornado whirls her and her dog, Toto, into a magical world. To get home, she must find the wonderful wizard in the Emerald City of Oz. On the way she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion. But the Wicked Witch of the West has her own plans for the new arrival – will Dorothy ever see Kansas again?

Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom (Death Note, #1)Death Note, Vol. 2: Confluence (Death Note, #2)Death Note, Vol. 3: Hard Run (Death Note, #3)

I also bought the first 3 books in the  Death Note series from the charity shops but the black editions. I am trying to get into manga so hopefully I will love these.

Light Yagami is an ace student with great prospects – and he’s bored out of his mind. But all that changes when he finds the Death Note, a notebook dropped by a rogue Shinigami, a death god. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of the Death Note to rid the world of evil. But when criminals begin dropping dead, the authorities send the legendary detective L to track down the killer. With L hot on his heels, will Light lose sight of his noble goal… or his life?

Light tests the boundaries of the Death Note’s powers as L and the police begin to close in. Luckily, Light’s father is the head of the Japanese National Police Agency and leaves vital information about the case lying around the house. With access to his father’s files, Light can keep one step ahead of the authorities. But who is the strange man following him, and how can Light guard against enemies whose names he doesn’t know?


I think that is all the books that I purchased/received this month..not too bad methinks. What books did you get? Did we get any similar ones.

Thanks for reading


Surviving Execution by Ian Woods

Surviving Execution

Author: Ian Woods

Publisher: Atlantic Books

Published: 4th January 2018

Source: Readers first and publisher

Genre: True Crime, Non-Fiction

Date read: 14th January 2018

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The Tattooist Of Auschwitz

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Author: Heather Morris

Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre

Published: 11th January 2018

Genre: Historical Fiction

Source: Netgalley and the publisher

Date read: 21st December 2017

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Top 10 Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday: Ten Books I Meant To Read In 2017 But Didn’t Get To

Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

All you need to do is click on the link which is above – follow the weekly criteria and then link your weekly post back to the broke and the bookish…Easy!

This weeks topic is about 10 books that I wanted to read last year but didn’t manage to get round to. I am probably not the first to say this….but there was way more than 10 books that I wanted to read last year….in fact so many that this post would go on forever. This is going to be hard to narrow down to 10. Not all of these are going to be 2017 releases it’s just going to be books that are high on my list right now.

Please click on the cover to be forwarded to Goodreads.



It’s strange as Science Fiction is a genre out of my comfort zone yet this book is on the list. I really enjoyed ‘The Martian’ in 2016 and was excited to hear that Andy Weir had a new one out. The only reason this wasn’t read in 2017 was it took ages for my library to get the book.

Jazz Bashara is a criminal.

Well, sort of. Life on Artemis, the first and only city on the moon, is tough if you’re not a rich tourist or an eccentric billionaire. So smuggling in the occasional harmless bit of contraband barely counts, right? Not when you’ve got debts to pay and your job as a porter barely covers the rent.

Everything changes when Jazz sees the chance to commit the perfect crime, with a reward too lucrative to turn down. But pulling off the impossible is just the start of Jazz’s problems, as she learns that she’s stepped square into a conspiracy for control of Artemis itself – and that now, her only chance at survival lies in a gambit even more unlikely than the first



The Hate U Give

I was waiting for the hype of this book to die down a bit. I have had this on my shelf for months and never got round to picking it up which hopefully changes in the next month or so.

Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves between two worlds: the poor neighborhood where she lives and the fancy suburban prep school she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is shattered when Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Khalil was unarmed.

Soon afterward, his death is a national headline. Some are calling him a thug, maybe even a drug dealer and a gangbanger. Protesters are taking to the streets in Khalil’s name. Some cops and the local drug lord try to intimidate Starr and her family. What everyone wants to know is: what really went down that night? And the only person alive who can answer that is Starr.

But what Starr does or does not say could upend her community. It could also endanger her life.



Sleeping Giants (Themis Files, #1)

I really can’t believe that I have at least two science fiction novels in this list…crazyness! This sounds really interesting, I have heard great reviews.

A girl named Rose is riding her new bike near her home in Deadwood, South Dakota, when she falls through the earth. She wakes up at the bottom of a square hole, its walls glowing with intricate carvings. But the firemen who come to save her peer down upon something even stranger: a little girl in the palm of a giant metal hand.

Seventeen years later, the mystery of the bizarre artifact remains unsolved—its origins, architects, and purpose unknown. Its carbon dating defies belief; military reports are redacted; theories are floated, then rejected.

But some can never stop searching for answers.

Rose Franklin is now a highly trained physicist leading a top secret team to crack the hand’s code. And along with her colleagues, she is being interviewed by a nameless interrogator whose power and purview are as enigmatic as the provenance of the relic. What’s clear is that Rose and her compatriots are on the edge of unraveling history’s most perplexing discovery—and figuring out what it portends for humanity. But once the pieces of the puzzle are in place, will the result prove to be an instrument of lasting peace or a weapon of mass destruction?

An inventive debut in the tradition of World War Z and The Martian, told in interviews, journal entries, transcripts, and news articles, Sleeping Giants is a thriller fueled by a quest for truth—and a fight for control of earthshaking power.



The Dazzling Heights (The Thousandth Floor #2)

I read ‘The Thousandth Floor’ in 2016 and enjoyed and as it was left on a cliffhanger I wanted to read this book it’s on my kindle and sometimes those books get forgotten about. I need to read this as the 3rd book is being published in 2018. As always with sequels, I don’t like to post the synopsis in case it has any spoilers.



My Lady Jane (The Lady Janies, #1)

Another book that I have heard nothing but good things about. I have heard this is really funny and just appeals  to me.

Edward (long live the king) is the King of England. He’s also dying, which is inconvenient, as he’s only sixteen and he’d much rather be planning for his first kiss than considering who will inherit his crown…

Jane (reads too many books) is Edward’s cousin, and far more interested in books than romance. Unfortunately for Jane, Edward has arranged to marry her off to secure the line of succession. And there’s something a little odd about her intended…

Gifford (call him G) is a horse. That is, he’s an Eðian (eth-y-un, for the uninitiated). Every day at dawn he becomes a noble chestnut steed—but then he wakes at dusk with a mouthful of hay. It’s all very undignified.

The plot thickens as Edward, Jane, and G are drawn into a dangerous conspiracy. With the fate of the kingdom at stake, our heroes will have to engage in some conspiring of their own. But can they pull off their plan before it’s off with their heads?



Truly Madly Guilty


This book has on and off my TBR lists so many times over 2017 that it has got ridiculous and just needs to be read.

Six responsible adults. Three cute kids. One small dog. It’s just a normal weekend. What could possibly go wrong?

Sam and Clementine have a wonderful, albeit, busy life: they have two little girls, Sam has just started a new dream job, and Clementine, a cellist, is busy preparing for the audition of a lifetime. If there’s anything they can count on, it’s each other.

Clementine and Erika are each other’s oldest friends. A single look between them can convey an entire conversation. But theirs is a complicated relationship, so when Erika mentions a last minute invitation to a barbecue with her neighbors, Tiffany and Vid, Clementine and Sam don’t hesitate. Having Tiffany and Vid’s larger than life personalities there will be a welcome respite.

Two months later, it won’t stop raining, and Clementine and Sam can’t stop asking themselves the question: What if we hadn’t gone?

In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty takes on the foundations of our lives: marriage, sex, parenthood, and friendship. She shows how guilt can expose the fault lines in the most seemingly strong relationships, how what we don’t say can be more powerful than what we do, and how sometimes it is the most innocent of moments that can do the greatest harm.




This is another book that is different to what I usually read but the synopsis and all the high praise had me intrigued.

Effia and Esi: two sisters with two very different destinies. One sold into slavery; one a slave trader’s wife. The consequences of their fate reverberate through the generations that follow. Taking us from the Gold Coast of Africa to the cotton-picking plantations of Mississippi; from the missionary schools of Ghana to the dive bars of Harlem, spanning three continents and seven generations, Yaa Gyasi has written a miraculous novel – the intimate, gripping story of a brilliantly vivid cast of characters and through their lives the very story of America itself.

Epic in its canvas and intimate in its portraits, Homegoing is a searing and profound debut from a masterly new writer.



Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Another book that I have had on my kindle for a while plus the synopsis and high praise is what is making me want to read this book.

Eleanor Oliphant has learned how to survive – but not how to live

Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend.

Eleanor Oliphant is happy. Nothing is missing from her carefully timetabled life. Except, sometimes, everything.

One simple act of kindness is about to shatter the walls Eleanor has built around herself. Now she must learn how to navigate the world that everyone else seems to take for granted – while searching for the courage to face the dark corners she’s avoided all her life.

Change can be good. Change can be bad. But surely any change is better than… fine?



Behind Closed Doors

I read ‘The Breakdown’ in 2017 and it made my top 10 books of the year – I wanted to get to this but had so many other books that I needed to read. I know that I am going to love this.

Everyone knows a couple like Jack and Grace: he has looks and wealth, she has charm and elegance. You’d like to get to know Grace better. But it’s difficult, because you realize Jack and Grace are never apart. Some might call this true love.

Picture this: a dinner party at their perfect home, the conversation and wine flowing. They appear to be in their element while entertaining. And Grace’s friends are eager to reciprocate with lunch the following week. Grace wants to go, but knows she never will. Her friends call—so why doesn’t Grace ever answer the phone? And how can she cook such elaborate meals but remain so slim?

And why are there bars on one of the bedroom windows?

The perfect marriage? Or the perfect lie?



The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #2)

I wanted to continue on with the series but I always picked up another book and I don’t know why because I loved the lightning thief – my brain is weird in how it works.


That is 10 of the books that I wanted to read in 2017 but never managed to get to them in time. Hopefully all these books that you see on this list will be read in 2018 as really I have no excuse.

What books were on your list? Do we have the same?

Thanks for reading


The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, #1)

Author: Holly Black

Publisher: Hot Key Books

Published: 2nd January 2018

Source: Readers first and publisher

Genre: YA, Fantasy

Date read: 7th January 2018

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2017 End Of Year Book Survey


I did this survey last year and really wanted to do it again and let you know how I did throughout the year.

Reading Stats

Number Of Books You Read: 86

Number of Re-Reads:1

Genre You Read The Most From: According to Goodreads it was YA Contemporary.


Best in Books

1. Best Book You Read In 2017?


Forbidden is my favourite book of 2017! It just packed such a punch as was written so well.


2. Book You Were Excited About & Thought You Were Going To Love More But Didn’t?


I didn’t hate this but I was expecting great things and I was sadly disappointed with this book. I enjoy Sarah Crossan’s books but this just didn’t gel with me.


3. Most surprising (in a good way or bad way) book you read?

The Heart's Invisible Furies

I wasn’t expecting to like this as much as I did, I didn’t think there would be any humour in it but I really enjoyed it and made my top 10 of the year. My top books of 2017


4. Book You “Pushed” The Most People To Read (And They Did)?

Me Before You (Me Before You, #1)

I didn’t actually read this book this year but when I started my new job and I was asked for a recommendation I gave them this and now they have gone on to read more from the author as they loved it.


5. Best series you started in 2017? Best Sequel of 2017? Best Series Ender of 2017?

Starter: Percy Jackson and the lightening thief – action packed about greek gods and myths, loved it 5 stars.

Sequel: Now I rise by Kiersten White –  Lada is brutal and a badass. I loved Radu and Nazira.

Ending: Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo –  this is the only series I finished in 2017 but it was the best book in the trilogy.


6. Favorite new author you discovered in 2017?

The Breakdown

There were loads of new authors that I really enjoyed so I can’t just pick one. B.A. Paris would have to be a new thriller writer that I enjoyed and I hope to read Behind Closed Doors and her new one that is out this year.


7. Best book from a genre you don’t typically read/was out of your comfort zone?

Gemina (The Illuminae Files, #2)

I am not a massive space/sci-fi reader so this one was always going to be out of my comfort zone. I think Illuminae was my answer for last year.


8. Most action-packed/thrilling/unputdownable book of the year?

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1)

9. Book You Read In 2017 That You Are Most Likely To Re-Read Next Year?

I don’t usually re-read books but if I do it will probably been Gemini ready for Obsidio and one of the Harry Potter books.


10. Favorite cover of a book you read in 2017?

Caraval (Caraval, #1)

Isn’t it just beautiful, I love the typography and that it is intertwining with the star behind.


11. Most memorable character of 2017?

Cyril Avery from The Hearts Invisible Furies by John Boyne.


 12. Most beautifully written book read in 2017?

The Wonder

Whilst it wasn’t a favourite of mine there’s no doubt that this was beautifully written.


13. Most Thought-Provoking/ Life-Changing Book of 2017?

None of the Above

Just read this book, It is heart-breaking and so thought provoking. This was my second favourite book of the year.


14. Book you can’t believe you waited UNTIL 2017 to finally read? 

Slasher Girls & Monster Boys

I had this on my bookshelf for 2 years and I have to say it is one of the best anthologies that I have read.


15. Favorite Passage/Quote From A Book You Read In 2017?

I am not a quote person…sorry.


16. Shortest & Longest Book You Read In 2017?

Shortest:                                                                           Longest:

I Hate Fairyland #2The Walking Dead, Compendium 1

29 pages to 1088 pages a massive difference.

17. Book That Shocked You The Most?


The content of this book was just so graphic and nothing was held back and just utterly shocked me what happened to this poor woman.


18. OTP OF THE YEAR (you will go down with this ship!)

Wait for You (Wait for You, #1)

Cameron and Avery – ahhh I loved them so much.


19. Favorite Non-Romantic Relationship Of The Year

I don’t know.

20. Favorite Book You Read in 2017 From An Author You’ve Read Previously

A Quiet Kind of Thunder

This was so good and it managed to get on my top 10 of the year. This is such a cute read and in my opinion totally under rated – people need to read this book.


21. Best Book You Read In 2017 That You Read Based SOLELY On A Recommendation From Somebody Else/Peer Pressure:

Bird Box

No one forced me to read this but everyone on Booktube was raving about it. So I caved and read it but I was disappointed.

22. Newest fictional crush from a book you read in 2017?

Cameron Hamilton from ‘Wait for me’.


23. Best 2017 debut you read?

When Dimple Met Rishi

This was so cute and geeky –  I loved it. Rishi was so sweet and Dimple determined and had such a positive light on arranged marriages.


24. Best Worldbuilding/Most Vivid Setting You Read This Year?

A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3)

Third one in the series and had lots of battles and had great world building – the norm for Miss Maas.


25. Book That Put A Smile On Your Face/Was The Most FUN To Read?

I don’t want to put too many of the same answers but it’s difficult – but it goes to The Hearts Invisible Furies by John Boyne.


26. Book That Made You Cry Or Nearly Cry in 2017?

Nope,it rarely happens. Last book I read that made me cry was in 2016 and that was ‘Me Before You’ by Jojo Moyes.


27. Hidden Gem Of The Year?

Crimson and Bone

This only has 50 ratings on Goodreads, Its set in Victorian London and has art and deception in it and quite gripping.

28. Book That Crushed Your Soul?

Forbidden by Tabitha Sazuma shattered my heart, crushed my sole and left me in tatters.

29. Most Unique Book You Read In 2017?

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender

I don’t tend to read a lot of magical realism but this was very strange (hence the title) and well written.


30. Book That Made You The Most Mad (doesn’t necessarily mean you didn’t like it)?

This would be ‘None of the Above’ by I.W.Gregorio – I got so angry with people and the way they behaved once they knew about Kristin and how negative they all were.

Looking Ahead

1. One Book You Didn’t Get To In 2017 But Will Be Your Number 1 Priority in 2018?

The Hate U Give

THUG has received so much hype and I wanted to read it in December but I never got round to it. I don’t think I have heard a bad review.

2. Book You Are Most Anticipating For 2018 (non-debut)?

Obsidio (The Illuminae Files, #3)

Third installment of the illuminae files and cannot wait to see what happens.

3. 2018 Debut You Are Most Anticipating?

American Panda

This sound really cute and looking forwarding to reading it hopefully this year.

4. Series Ending/A Sequel You Are Most Anticipating in 2018?

Bright we burn by Kiersten White – no cover has been released yet.

5. One Thing You Hope To Accomplish Or Do In Your Reading/Blogging Life In 2018?

To consistently post – I got really bad towards the end of 2017. Finish more series too – I have started a lot of books in a series but don’t carry one with them.

6. A 2018 Release You’ve Already Read & Recommend To Everyone (if applicable):

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Such a harrowing read and based on true life events of a young man who is captured and taken to Auschwitz and falls into the job of being a tattooist and falls in love, he just needs to survive. This is released on the 11th January.


Happy New Year to everyone. I hope you had an amazing 2017 and an even better 2018.

Thanks for reading