Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Books people say you MUST read

Top Ten Books People Have Been Telling You That You MUST Read (whether because they think it's a "you" book or it's just been generally recommended so often)


The Fault in our Stars by John Green

I will probably never read this book. I generally don’t enjoy reading books that cripple you emotionally, but EVERYONE (and their brother, sister, cousin, roommate, etc.) is recommending it.


Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson

Tiger Lily has been recommended a lot in general because it is apparently beautifully written. I may read this at some point in the future. 


Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins

Everyone who is lucky enough to have read an ARC or has already received their copy (mine should be coming in the mail soon!!) is recommending this book. I WILL be reading this one because Anna and the French Kiss is just about the greatest book ever (Lola was pretty good too). 

4, 5, 6, & 7

Eleanor & Park, Fangirl, Landline, & Attachments

The majority of the bookish community seems to love Rainbow Rowell and thus, her books are always being recommended to me. I actually own three of her books (Fangirl, Eleanor & Park, and Attachments), but I haven’t gotten around to reading them yet. 


Divergent by Veronica Roth

I’ve read Divergent, but because of the movie hype, everyone seems to be recommending it. Although, I’m not surprised because V. Roth is amazing!


The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider

Several people have recommended this book to me personally. I agree that I would like it and it’s nearing the top of my TBR pile. 


Heist Society by Ally Carter

I loved the Gallagher Girls books, but have been weary of the Heist Society series. Everyone who has read both series’ by Ally Carter have been insisting that I read Heist Society. I bought a copy a few days ago and it’s nearing the top of my TBR pile. 

Monday, August 18, 2014

Welcome to the Shelf

Welcome to the Shelf

Firecracker by David Iserson

Let's Chat!
Have you read it?
Did you love it?

Welcome to the Shelf

Welcome to the Shelf

Heist Society by Ally Carter

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Have you read Heist Society?
Have you read the Gallagher Girls books?
Which series is your favorite?

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I'm Not Sure I Want to Read

August 12: Top Ten Books I'm Not Sure I Want To Read (books you may have bought but aren't sure if you are into it anymore, books you wanted to read but heard mixed things about, hyped books you aren't sure about --- basically any book that has you going, "TO READ OR NOT TO READ?"


Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols

The cover is adorable and everyone seems to adore the author (who I, embarrassingly, had never heard of before). 


Heist Society by Ally Carter

 I loved the Gallagher Girls books by Ally Carter and I’ve been a little afraid to read her Heist Society series. I finally broke down and read a sample chapter and I loved it! I ordered the book last week and I’m pretty sure I’m going to read itsoon


Fracture Me and Ignite Me

I’m a little terrified to read these two books, considering the fate of James and others at Omega Point is unknown. (I would be totally okay seeing a spoiler about this. DM me on Twitter @ashleyrnorris or leave a comment on this post (I moderate all comments and will NOT publish spoilers). 


Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen

 I feel like I need to read a Sarah Dessen book. I read a few of the descriptions and Lock and Key sounded like it had a good premisebut...it seems like this is every Sarah Dessen fan’s least favorite book.


Life After Theft by Aprilynne Pike

 This books sounds interesting, but also a little strange. I loved The Lying Game books by Sara Shepherd and Life After Theft seems to be told in a similar way...butI”m just not sure if I’d like it. 


Top 8 by Katie Finn

I started reading Top 8 a really long time ago (more than a year ago). Now that Morgan Matson has been revealed to be Katie Finn as well, I think I want to give it a second chance.


Tease by Amanda Maciel

I really wanted to read Tease when it first came out (I suspect because of it’s amazingly shiny cover). Turns out, the story isn’t too shiny.  Lately I haven’t wanted to read books with heavy subject matter. Maybe I’ll read this some day as it is said to wonderfully cover an important and difficult topic.

Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell

The cover of Dear Killer is spectacular, but I haven’t heard great things about this book. The author is so young and the storyline is intriguing, which makes me want to read Dear Killer. I’m just not sure if this one is for me, but I will keep it in mind (and on my Amazon wish list). 


The List by Siobhan Vivian

 The premise of this books sound interesting, but it, like Tease, covers a hefty topic.


Something by John Green

I've already decided that I do not want to read The Fault in Our Stars, but I (kind of, sort of, maybe, not sure,) probably should read something by John Green.