Title: Girl Out of Water Author: Laura Silverman Genre: Contemporary Pages: 320 Expected Publication: May 2nd, 2017 House: Sourcebooks Fire
Goodreads Synopsis: Fans of Jenny Han and Sarah Dessen will fall in love this contemporary debut about finding yourself-and finding love-in unexpected places.
Ocean breeze in her hair and sand between her toes, Anise can’t wait to spend the summer before her senior year surfing and hanging out on the beach with friends. Santa Cruz is more than her home-it’s her heart. But when her aunt, a single mother, is in a serious car accident, Anise must say goodbye to California to help care for her three young cousins.
Landlocked Nebraska is the last place Anise wants to be. Sure, she loves her family, but it’s hard to put her past behind her when she’s living in the childhood house of the mother who abandoned her. And with every Instagram post, her friends back home feel further away.
Then she meets Lincoln, a charismatic, one-armed skater who challenges her to swap her surfboard for a skateboard. Because sometimes the only way to find your footing is to let go.
How’s the progress of tackling that TBR?
What’s that? Oh. Sorry I asked 🙂
Today I’m bringing something else I love to the blog! And that’s watching stuff. Lately I haven’t had much time to watch stuff; it’s mostly been reserved for the weekend, apart from the Mindy episodes which I’ve been watching almost daily.
Haha, Mindy. She’s become part of my morning routine!
Okay, let’s get into it!
These are shows that I’ve watched recently. Read More »
I was so happy when I found out a lot of people set reading goals and bloggers set blogging goals they didn’t achieve! Oh, wow. Now that I see it typed out infront of me, it sounds really mean.Read More »
(this post was written in 2016 and I’m just now getting to posting it.)
I thought I’d add movie/show reviews to my content here on the blog since watching them is something I love doing. Plus I’ve also started to pick up more shows to watch since the ones I am invested in are on break. I haven’t really decided if I’ll review all shows I watch yet or just ones that I’m really excited about. Anyway, on to the review!Read More »
Title: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol1. : Squirrel Power
Author: Ryan North
Artist: Erica Henderson
Genre: Suoerheroes, Humor (Young Adult)
Published: September 1st, 2015
Goodreads Synopsis: Wolverine, Deadpool, Doctor Doom, Thanos: There’s one hero that’s beaten them all-and now she’s got her own ongoing series! (Not that she’s bragging.) That’s right, you asked for it, you got it, it’s SQUIRREL GIRL! (She’s also starting college this semester.) It’s the start of a brand-new set of adventures starring the nuttiest and most upbeat super hero in the world!
When my brothers first told me about Squirrel Girl, who beat some of the most badass people in the marvel universe including, Doctor Doom, Wolverine, Deadpool and even Thanos, with nothing but squirrel like abilities! I thought Marvel was playing a joke. I mean, clearly it had to be. How could one person beat Thanos, the most powerful being in the marvel universe with squirrel like abilities?? It’s a joke. Right?
¡Hola mis amigos de internet! It’s Bloggiesta time! What is Bloggiesta you ask?
In short, Bloggiesta is a blogging marathon revolving around ticking off those items on your to-do list and improving your blog while in the good company of other awesome bloggers doing the same thing. Our awesome mascot Pedro (Plan. Edit. Develop. Review. Organize) is ready to break out the nachos, enchiladas, drinks, mariachi music and whack a pinata or two! It’s nothing short of an awesome fiesta!
Hello fabulous bibliophile (and magical faerie creatures of the forest)!
New year usually mean new reading challenges for us Book Sniffers.
*best announcer voice* I interrupt this blog post momentarily to say: If you’re still looking for a reading challenge check out my post Searching fo a Good Reading Challenge?(wild title right?)
I love reading challenges. I do, really. I know, I know, I don’t really have the best track record of completing* the challenges but it’s fun trying to match a book to a challenge and the feeling of accomplishment when you get to tick it of your list is almost as satisfying as popping bubble wrap**! I mean what kind of living, breathing human DOESN’T LIKE POPPING BUBBLE WRAP? Read More »
This is the time of the year when we bibliophiles take our noses out of our books long enough to search for ways to spice up our reading for the next year. And thank God there are some pre-made challenges that we can just follow! Thank you, thank you to those who take the time to make these reading challenges!Read More »