Discussion – What are your personal goals for 2017?

Now I’m not talking about New Years Resolutions – that’s corny. If there’s something you wanted to do, shouldn’t you already be making moves? So, what do you want to seriously accomplish for yourself next year?

My Goals Want to read more?

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Upcoming Reviews and Reads

Here’s a glimpse of what I have in store for January pertaining to book reviews and reads. My current and finished reads are included below, too!


Current Reads as of 12/30

The Blazing Star by Imani Josey

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I won’t say much about this novel, but I can say that it may be 5/5 without much of a doubt. Click here for the Goodreads Synopsis. 

The Gender Game by Bella Forrest 

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I know a lot have people may have thought of what a world may look like if men and women had their own separate spaces (goddamn countries) to live. Bella Forrest gave us that and added a little spice with a great story. It’s shaping to be 4-5 stars. Click here for the Goodreads Synopsis.


Finished Reads

Final Girls by Riley Sager

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Bruh! So far, this was the best novel I’ve read in 2016. The ending solidified the rating I wanted to give it with a surprising loop that even I didn’t think of! Automatic 5/5 after that ending. I’m a hard critic, so for me to let others know this was a 5/5 is BIG

Vampyrie: Origin of the Vampire by Tina Frisco

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 I found Tina Frisco on WordPress, saw she wrote a novel, read the synopsis (caught my attention), and saw it was FREE on Amazon, I had to read it. The myth of Vampires has always been interesting to me. I’ve already reviewed it, too! If you want to check it out, click here.


Upcoming Reviews (List)

  1. 1/2/2017 (My B-Day!!!!) – The Blazing Star by Imani Josey 

  2. 1/9/2017 – Final Girls by Riley Sager

  3. 1/16/2017 – The Gender Game by Bella Forrest

  4. 1/25/2017 – The Blood Key by Vaun Murphrey 


    Next Reads!!!

    1. The Blood Key by Vaun Murphrey

    2. Beneath the Skin by Kyla Stone

    3. The Ripper’s Shadow by Laura Joh Rowland

    4. An Intelligent Career by Michael B. Arthur, Svetlana N. Khapova, Julia Richardson


What are you currently reading and/or just finished? Aggressively comment below lol!

 

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Thoughts

For anyone out there thinking of that one who’ll come to sweep you off your feet, Katd28’s thoughts may just help you. New to the WordPress community, take a look at her post about love and give her some advice about her blog site. Show love!

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Have you ever thought of being with your forever? The one who will take care of you, will treat you like a god damn queen, make you felt that you are the most beautiful creature in the whole wide world? He’ll come. Sooner or later . Just don’t hurry love. It takes time to ride a white horse with a king. Just wait. Maybe he is jammed in the traffic, or busy making his/your future better or not yet born 😂 (lol)

Everything happens for a reason. Right time. Right place. God knows what’s better for you. Just wait. Your King is on its way. Chiao!! 👸

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When Three’s Not a Crowd!!! My top reads of 2016

When by coincidence you have nine books, a catchy title, and great reads – you have to take advantage of that lol! Ishita @bookmyopia (WP not Twitter) has given her audience some of her favorite reads of 2016. Click the original post link for more on her post and blog site!


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Sooo, when I was picking some of my favorite reads in 2016, I realized I can call them out in groups of three:

MY TOP 3:

  1. New-to-me authors:

A Monster Calls This was perfection ❤ and my only 5-star read this year.

Fangirl  I loved – Cath!! The way Rowell portrayed her struggle with social anxiety was so relatable. I disliked – The abrupt ending to the Simon Snow show after all the extended page-time.

Speak Check out my Teaser Tuesday post here.

2) Standalone fantasy/paranormal

The Diabolic An inter-galactic fantasy replete with themes of loyalty, political coups and revenge. Check out my review here.

Holding Smoke I honestly didn’t think I would end up liking this one so much because – A) I totally judge books with people on the cover. B) I have been sandbagged in the past with “soul-themes” turning into religious fiction. But I had nothing to worry about. Read my…

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Coolest Concepts of 2016: Book Princess Edition

Mandy, or, the Book Princess has this interesting category called “Coolest Concepts”. If you’re wondering what that is, read a little below or click on the original post. She’s all about books and being a princess, so give her blog site a look!

You may not be able to see what it says below due to my background color being black. My apologies.

Book Princess Reviews

It’s Day Two of me counting down books! Are you excited? No? Well, um, I think that’s still okay.

Anyway, one of the other categories that I created was the delightful category of Coolest Concepts! This category is dedicated to some of the most creative and coolest worlds that people built in the books I read in 2016 (and perhaps ever in book world). Let’s count down some worlds you may want to dive into in 2017, since they were so creative…and cool. That term is about to become un-cool with how many times I’m about to say it.

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And the Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich

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This book was original, creepy, and totally creative. It was beautifully done and had one of the most unique formats that I’ve ever read. The whole infusing of a creepy legend/folklore like feeling along with scattered journal…

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