Elizabeth May, what have you done to me?! My emotions are TOYS in your hands. Gees, my heart! What a riveting, earth-shattering finale to The Falconer trilogy!
It was really hard to choose what to feature in this WoW, but considering all the hype other books are getting, I haven’t seen one for this one…yet!
Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine and highlights/features books that you’re the most excited for!
Yay! So I’m back to regular blogging now that NaNoWriMo is over! I’m currently working on a non-bookish post about my progress with NaNoWriMo and other things so keep an eye out for that soon!
Gosh, guys, I can’t believe it’s December already! I know people say that all the time but seriously, it’s almost Christmas! This makes me both excited and shocked that 2016 went by so quickly. But with the passing of December also comes January and… My birthday! I’ll be 28 in a little over a month. That’s crazy to think about to.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
I fell in love with with the first book in the series when I read it earlier this year so I was absolutely thrilled when I had to wait only a few months to read the sequel!
What’s interesting about this series is that it was actually first published in the UK last year but wasn’t published until this year in the US! It was one of my most anticipated releases for June! I took it with me when I went on my camping trip nearly two weeks ago. I wasn’t disappointed in this and I’m just so excited to read the rest of the series!
I decided to combine June and July because I’m honestly only anticipating one novel in June so I thought I’d skim through July’s list and maybe come up with some more. 🙂 I’ve just included books that sounded interesting to me so these aren’t all the book that relates in June & July (that would be incredibly long XD ).
I don’t normally buy books right when they’re released (with two exceptions being The Winner’s Kiss and The Raven King because how can you not?). I actually might wait until the local library gets them or if I have a coupon or something that offers a decent % off, I’ll buy it. That’s probably unlike what most people do but when adulting gets in the way, sometimes it’s better just to be an adult.