Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about the books that I bought in the month of August. Please leave me a comment down below on what you bought in the month of August. Hope you have an awesome day!
Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about the Alphabet Soup Book Tag- A is for Author. This was created by Shawn The Book Maniac. Please leave a comment down below letting me know what your answers are to these questions. Hope you have an awesome day.
1. A is for Author: A good book by an author whose first name or last name starts with the letter A. (First names are too easy, so bonus points for a surname; double bonus points for first and last name!)
A good book by an author whose first and last name starts with the letter “a” is The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom.
2. A is for, well, “A”: The last book you read with the article/one-letter-word “a” in the title.
The Last book that I read with a one letter word “a” in the title was Park Avenue Summer.
3. A is for Angry: A book that pissed you off
A recent book that pissed me off was Her Last Secret.
4. A is for Awesome: A top read of recent years
A top read of recent years is Daisy Jones and the Six.
5. A is for Aaah!: A book whose title includes at least three a’s (bonus for more than three!)
A book whose title includes at least three “a’s” isThe Last Days of Rabbit Hayes which as 4 “a’s”.
6. A is for Annoying : A character that drove you up the wall
A character that drove me up the wall was Bob Ewall.
7. A is for Ambivalent: A book you’re still not sure how you feel about
A book that I’m still not sure how I feel about is Most of All You.
8. A is for Anticipation: A book (new release or not) that you’re very much looking forward to reading
A book that I’ve been looking forward to reading is Imaginary Friends.
9. A is for Actually: A book you didn’t expect to like, but did
A book that I didn’t expect to like, but did is The Hating Game.
10. A is for Affected: A character, book, or writer you feel is pretentious
A character that I feel is pretentious is Jay Gatsby.
11. A is for How’s It Going, Eh?: A book you liked by a Canadian writer, or one you want to read
A book that I liked by a Canadian writer was Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Motgumary.
12. A is for Anticlimactic: A book you thought fizzled out at the end
A book that I thought fizzled out in thee end was A Stranger in the House.
Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about my top anticipated releases of Spring 2019. I am going to be telling you about releases from March 20 to June 21 that I am most excited for. I picked this slot because where I am from that is when the season starts and finishes. Please leave me a comment down below letting me know what books you are out anticipating in Spring. Hope you have a great day.
Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about the Social Media Book Tag. This tag was originally created by faultydevices. There has been an updated version that has added two more categories. The updated one is the version I will be doing. I don’t know who added the extra questions, however if you do know please let me know. Please leave me a comment down below letting me now what your answers are to these questions and what your favourite social media platform is. Hope you have a great day.
Twitter- Your favorite shortest book.
My favourite shortest book is The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom.
Facebook- A book everybody pressured you into reading.
A book everyone pressured me into reading is The Name of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss.
Tumblr- A book you read before it was cool.
A book I read before t was cool was The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
Myspace- A book you don’t remember whether you liked or not.
I do not have an answer to this question because I always remember if I like a book or not.
Instagram- A book that was so beautiful you had to Instagram it.
A book that was so beautiful that I had to Instagram it would have to be Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol.
Youtube- A book you wish would be turned into a movie.
A book that I wish would be turned into a movie is Daisy Jones and the Six.
Goodreads- A book you recommend to everyone.
A book that I recommend to everyone is The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman.
Skype- A book with characters that you wish you could talk to instead of just reading about.
A book with characters that I wish I could talk to instead of just reading about is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.
Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about my review of the novel Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Please leave me a comment down below letting me know what your opinions are about this book.
Average Rating: 4.42 out of 5 stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
Length: 9 hours
Synopsis (From Goodreads)
Everyone knows Daisy Jones & The Six, but nobody knows the reason behind their split at the absolute height of their popularity . . . until now.
Daisy is a girl coming of age in L.A. in the late sixties, sneaking into clubs on the Sunset Strip, sleeping with rock stars, and dreaming of singing at the Whisky a Go Go. The sex and drugs are thrilling, but it’s the rock and roll she loves most. By the time she’s twenty, her voice is getting noticed, and she has the kind of heedless beauty that makes people do crazy things.
Also getting noticed is The Six, a band led by the brooding Billy Dunne. On the eve of their first tour, his girlfriend Camila finds out she’s pregnant, and with the pressure of impending fatherhood and fame, Billy goes a little wild on the road.
Daisy and Billy cross paths when a producer realizes that the key to supercharged success is to put the two together. What happens next will become the stuff of legend.
The making of that legend is chronicled in this riveting and unforgettable novel, written as an oral history of one of the biggest bands of the seventies. Taylor Jenkins Reid is a talented writer who takes her work to a new level with Daisy Jones & The Six, brilliantly capturing a place and time in an utterly distinctive voice.
***Trigger Warning for absence abuse, addiction and abortion.
- Loved the interview format.
- The audiobook was amazing. It has a full cast narrating.
- Loved the time period of the late 60’s and early 70’s.
- It’s a mix of Fleetwood Mac and A Star is Born.
- Full of scandals and heartbreak.
- This book was so feminist and I loved that aspect of it.
- Enjoyed the character development of the main and side characters.
- Appreciated the substance abuse aspect of the story. In my opinion it was done very well.
- Loved the music.
- Beautifully written.
- Loved the ending.
- Nothing. It was prefection.
Plot: 5 stars
Characters: 5 stars
Writing: 5 stars
Pacing: 5 stars
Cover: 5 stars
Enjoyment: 5 stars
Overall: 5 stars
I would 1000000000% recommend this book to you.
“I had absolutely no interest in being somebody else’s muse. I am not a muse. I am the somebody. End of fucking story.”
― Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones & The Six
Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about the Book Buying Tag. This tag was created by Megan Oliver. Please leave me a comment down below letting me know what your answers are to these questions. Hope you have a great day.
1-Where do you buy your books from?
I buy my books from Chapters, Book Outlet and Book Depository.
2-Do you ever pre orders book and if so do you do this in store or online?
I don’t normally pre-order books. When I do I do this online.
3-On average, how many books do you buy a month?
On average I buy 10 books a month.
4-Do you used your local library?
I use my local library for audiobooks and graphic novels.
5-If so- how my books can you/do you borrow at a time?
At a time I can borrow 25 books, I usually borrow 8 books at a time.
6-What is your opinion on library books?
I love library books. I think we should all support our local library. It’s great if you are on a budget.
7-How do you feel about charity shop/second hand books?
I love charity shops and second hand books because you are supporting a bigger cause and people.
8-Do you keep your read and TBR pile together/on the same book shelf or not?
I keep my TBR pile for the month on my nightstand and the rest of my TBR books on my bookshelves.
9-Do you plan to read all of the books that you own?
I do plan on reading all of the books that own. However I do not think that will ever happen.
10-What do you do with books you that you own that you feel you will never read/felt you did not enjoy?
I give the books that I will never read or felt that I didn’t enjoy them to my friends and charitable stores.
11-Have you ever donated books?
I have donated books before.
12-Have you ever been on a book buying ban?
I have never been on a book buying ban.
13-Do you feel that you buy too many books?
I do feel like sometimes I buy too many books.