Hey everyone! How are we all doing? Can you believe we’re almost halfway through April already!?
Today I’m back with another Fairyloot unboxing. Fairyloot is a monthly book subscription box that normally includes a newly released fantasy YA novel and each month has a different theme. Along with the book you normally receive a letter from the author and the book comes either signed by the author or with a signed bookplate. If you want to find out more about the boxes then you can check out the Fairyloot website.
Title: Opposite Of Always
Author: Justin A. Reynolds
Source: eBook ARC from publisher
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Publication Date: 4th April 2019
Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Hey everyone! So today I thought I’d take part in a tag. Now although I haven’t actually been tagged to do this, I watched JadeyRaeReads video (which you can watch here) and she tagged anyone who wanted to do it. So this is what brings us here today. Read more
Hey everyone! So this is the first WWW Wednesday post of 2019.
WWW Wednesday is a meme led by Sam over at Taking On A World Of Words. All you have to do to take part is answer three (3) questions!
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
Author: Sara Holland
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
Buy Book: Amazon
Hey guys, so it’s been a few weeks since I was last active due to work so I apologise for this post being so late. Although I’ve been working, the travel has given me a lot of time to read so I read most of the books I wanted to read last month!
As I was saying last month, I got a new job and although I’ve only been in it for a few weeks I absolutely love it! I never realised how rewarding it could be working with kids and how good it feels to help them with things. Also, I know this didn’t happen in March but last Tuesday I PASSED MY DRIVING TEST!! I’m actually so happy that it’s over and done with and now I can go anywhere I want without having to worry about travel. I passed first time too!
I mentioned at the start of the post I had read most of the books I wanted to read in March so I’m happy about that. The only ones I didn’t get to start was The Shadowhunters series,’ so that is going to take up all of April (I’m not going to make an April TBR post because of this reason).
Books I Read
- The Show – John A Heldt
- Burning Bright – Chanda Stafford
- Dead House – Dawn Kurtagich
- Beautiful Broken Things – Sara Bernard
Books I Recieved
- Beautiful Broken Things – Sara Barnard x2 (one signed)
Books I Bought
- Lady Midnight – Cassandra Clare
- Carry On – Rainbow Rowell
- Flawed – Cecelia Ahern
- Beautiful Broken Things – Sara Barnard
So there we have it, my March wrap-up! Hopefully this month I’ll be able to finish all my Shadowhunter series books!
How did you guys do in March? Let me know in the comments or link me to your post! 🙂