Saturday, 1 July 2017

Currently Reading! (July 2017)

Hello everyone!

This past month for me has been crazy. I am working full time and I am trying to get ready for school in the fall.

I have tried, and failed, to finish a book this past month. I didn't read one book front to back for the month of June but I did start quite a few recently.

Here are all the books that I have started recently. Maybe talking about them today will make me want to pick them back up and finish them.

1. You by Caroline Kepnes: This book is great and terrifying. I had to put it down for a while because it was giving me nightmares. I do want to finish it this month though (213 pages in).

2. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon: I picked this up when I put down You. I needed something that was going to be lighthearted and cute (87 pages in).

3. Keep Me Posted by Liza Beasley: I put this down because of finals. I am enjoying it and I hope to get through it soon (40 pages in).

4. My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She's Sorry by Fredrik Backman: I am not sure why I set this one down. I was really enjoying it (30 pages in).

5. Monogram Murders by Agatha Christie and Sophia Hannah: I put this one down because I lost interest. I do want to finish it because one of the ladies at the library said that these books are great (42 pages in).

6. To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han: I have read this before and I started this book so that I can reread the first two books. Once I reread the first two books I can read the last one. I put it down because I got You (20 pages in).

7. A Court Of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas: This was another book I put down because of finals (20 pages in).

8. New York, Actually by Sarah Morgan: This is the book that I am picking up more often when I am in the mood to read a few pages. I am really enjoying this. I picked it up because the back said that the main character, Molly, is a advice columnist. I have never read a book about an advice columnist and it sounds like an interesting profession (79 pages in).

I think that is all the books that I am currently in the middle of. I don't know if I will finish all of them this month but I do want to try to get through some of them. If there are any in this pile that you really enjoyed please let me know. Maybe I'll pick that one up next.

Thank you for reading!
I hope you have a great day!

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

I've Bought More Books!

Hey guys I've bought more books and decided to share them with you on my YouTube Channel.

If you want to check it out here is the link:

I do plan on doing another book haul on here in a little bit. My mom recently cleared out her bookshelf and I took quite a few.

Also my April and May wrap up should be up in the next couple days.

Let me know what books you have got recently.

Thank you for reading/watching.
Hope you have a good day!

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Day off

This past month has been crazy.

I have been working a full time job, finished school, graduated with an Associates Degree, trying to find where to live when I am going to school in the fall, and trying to brain storm what to write on the blog.

Today is the one day that I have had off and I don't have classes or go to see an apartment. So today I thought that I would just write an updated post letting you know I have not fallen off the face of the Earth.

I do plan on posting a wrap up for April soon so look out for that.

Since I am off of work today and I am not obligated to go any where I am tempted to just sit outside on this beautiful day and read.

Let me know down below what book you are reading down below!

I hope you all have a great day!
Thank you for reading.

Sunday, 9 April 2017

March Wrap Up | 2017

Earlier today I posted my wrap up on my YouTube Channel.

If you want to check it out here is the link:

I hope you have a good day!
Thank you for reading/watching.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Movies of March

So I went a little crazy on the movie watching this past month...

Arrival is about how a linguist, played by Amy Adams, and a scientist, played by Jeremy Renner, come together to figure out what the aliens want when they land on earth.

I love the special effects and the flash backs. This is a movie that makes me want other people to watch it to see how they feel about the movie when it ended.
I questioned if I would have done the same things if I was the main character.
After I finished the movie I immediately called my mother and told her about this.
I want to know if you have watched this what you thought. Would you do the same thing as the Amy Adams character?

Letters To Juliet: This movie is adorable and I think that everyone should sit down and watch it.

Moana: This is a really cute movie. I loved the side characters, Heihei and Pua. The only thing that I wanted different was I wish that their was more of Pua with Moana and Heihei. I understand that two animals is a lot to look after but Pocahontas and Mulan looked after two animals. Other than that I recommend this movie. :)

All of these next movies are ones that I watched on HBO Go. To say that I have become slightly addicted to HBO GO would be an understatement.

The Legend of Tarzan:
The Legend of Tarzan is about how John Clayton, AKA Tarzan, goes back to Africa after being invited. On his journey back he finds out that things are worse off than when he left.

This movie had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I enjoyed the special effects, the plot, the actors who played the roles, everything. I want everyone to watch this.
Even though this is different from the cartoon version, it is still good. I believe in the cartoon version Clayton was the bad guy so that took me by surprise when Tarzan is called John Clayton.

Neighbors 2: I wasn't all that impressed with this movie. I will not be watching it again in the future. This movie is a lot like the first movie. Frat houses, parties, and neighbors trying to get rid of them.

Bridget Jones Baby: This movie, like all the Bridget Jones movies, is hilarious. You need to go watch all three and get back with me so we can talk about these movies! Probably on my top recommended romantic comedies! (One of my favorite parts of the movie is when Bridget and her friend meet Ed Sheeran.)

Embarazados (We Are Pregnant): This was the first movie that I watched that was spoken in another language.  This film is in spanish and I read the English subtitles. It was an interesting experience.
This movie didn't blow me away, it was just okay.

Sydney White: This is a modern day retelling of Snow White. This is exactly what I thought it would be, a cheesy, but cute version of Snow White.

This next one is not a movie, but I started watching The Arrangement this month guys and I am hooked. It is really interesting.
If you have not heard what The Arrangement is about I will give you a brief synopsis.

There is this movie star, Kyle West, who meets this girl on an audition for the movie he is in. They spend like a day together and then he sends over a contract to this girls agent that says that he is offering her a contract marriage. She will get 10 million dollars if she marries this guy for so many years and has kids with him. He is also involved with the group called The Institute Of The Higher Mind which is very creepy and kind of like a cult but the plot, at least in my opinion, is good.

I think I might be forgetting a movie. If I remember one later I will be sure to update you somehow. Maybe on Twitter or Instagram.

Please let me know what movies, if any, you watched this month. I love discussing movies just as much as I do books.

Thanks for reading.
I hope you have a good day/night.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

5 Books I Want To Read In 5 Months

I do not stick to the TBRs (to be read list) that I make so I thought that I would give myself five months to read five books.
All of the summaries are short, sweet, and to the point. If you want to know more about the books I will leave links down below to Goodreads.

1. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kanheman

This book is about how the brain works.

2. Heartless by Marissa Meyer

Heartless is a Queen of Hearts orgin story from Alice in Wonderland.

3. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

This is about a wizards life and its high fantasy. I don't think that I read any high fantasy books so hopefully I enjoy this. I have heard good things.

4. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

This book is about an alien invasion.

5. The Bees by Laline Paull 

I am not sure what this is about. I just know that the main character is a bee which sounds interesting.

Well those are the five books that I want to read over the next five months.

Let me know in the comments if you have any reading goals for the next five months. Do you make TBRs or are you a mood reader? 

Thank you for reading!
I hope you have a good day.

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Saga Series Review (Spoiler Free)

Are you in the mood to read a wonderfully illustrated love story about two people whose homes are at war with each other and they are trying to escape from it all to save themselves and their baby? If you said yes Saga is the series for you!

I really enjoyed this series. I love that as the reader you experience every point of view possible with this series. The reader gets the point of view from the parents, the point of view from the bounty hunters, the point of view from the robots, and it is narrated by their daughter. I don’t think that I have read a series with as many different points of view as this one. Brian K. Vaughan writes the story with such fluidity that it doesn’t seem like an abrupt change in narration when it switches from the many points of view.

I want to encourage those who have not started this series to do so. Just try it. Read the first Volume and I guarantee you will be hooked. You will want more.

I requested the first volume from the library and read it in one sitting. I was so upset when I finished it because I had to request the other volumes and wait for them to come in before I got to find out what happens next.

I am highly anticipating the seventh volume!

The art in these graphic novels is amazing!

I do want to warn you that this series is for mature audiences. If you are not prepared for mature content (sex scenes) do not pick up this series.

If you have read the series let me know what you think in the comments.

Thank you for reading.
I hope you have a great day!

Currently Reading! (July 2017)

Hello everyone! This past month for me has been crazy. I am working full time and I am trying to get ready for school in the fall. I hav...