Kill Me Now

Minna-san, konnichiwa! (Translation: Hello everybody!)
          OMG, the event that I'm supposed to blog about is killing me. I had everything typed and ready on Word, but when I pasted and previewed it, the whole thing look like I highlighted in white. 
          The event thing will be up on/by the First day of February. Back to typing......

Figment Review

Figment (Mad in Wonderland #2)
by Cameron Jace
Publishing: CreateSpace (Paperback) 11/28/14
          After Alice's unfortunate encounter with the Cheshire cat, she went a little more bonkers. She starts to question whether what happened last week was just her imagination and if Jack Diamond's just another figment of her imagination. But, she learns that she's not that bonkers, when the heads of children have been chopped off and stuffed into a watermelon all over the city. Seems like another Wonderland Monster has escaped...
          Alice joins forces with the Pillar, again, and solves the Cheshire's riddles to save the people of London. But, will her sanity be lost?

Ugly Love Review

Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover
Publishing: Atria Books
          Miles Archer is a pilot with a bad past. He refuses to love after what happened six years ago. 
          Tate Collins is in Med school. She's pursuing to become a nurse. Her brother, Corbin, has an apartment near her school and a hospital where she works. So, she moves in with him. The apartment she lives in is mostly filled with pilots. Her neighbor across the call is Miles, a friend of her brother.
          Their attraction creates a "relationship." This relationship consists of various sex-capades. He has two rules: don't ask about the past and don't expect a future.
          Things go well, for awhile, but: hearts get infiltrated, promises get broken, rules get shattered, and love gets ugly.

I guess I daily blog now. . .

It's a new year and I haven't made any resolutions, so here I go! 
  • Meet more bloggers and become friends.
  • Follow and check out other blogs.
  • Stop book procrastination. 
  • Don't say, "I refuse to read that!" (I've done that... A LOT!) 
  • Read as much as possible  (RAMAP, my new mantra!)
  • Learn how/make my blog better looking. Get all the necessary widgets. Link stuff like twitter, Facebook, goodreads, etc.
  • Get a laptop ASAP, don't wanna blog on the desktop computer anymore, in front of my parents. 
  • Write more. Update both my books and finish them.
  • Connect with people to get books.
  • Don't buy toooooo many books. Then again, WHAT IS TOO MANY BOOKS? There's never enough books! 
  • Get more readers! 
  • Go to a book convention (when/if I figure how to get the access pass)
  • Learn how to make gifs, memes, widgets, blog button (I tried making the last one, multiple times, but failed miserably)
  • Maybe start a book group on goodreads/channel?????
  • Get more sleep!

Unravel Me Review

Unravel Me (Shatter Me #2) by Tahereh Mafi 
Publishing: HarperCollins 1/1/13
Genre: Sci-Fi (o_O), Romance, YA, Fantasy, Dystopian 
Recommendation: Meh. It got better towards the end, when Juliette stopped being a lil' bitch. This was highly, strongly recommended by many of my friends. Mainstream books aren't clicking with me lately.

Don't Look Back Review

Don't Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Publishing: Disney-Hyperion 4/10/14 & 4/15/14
Genre: YA, Mystery, Contemporary, Romance, "Thriller", Realistic Fiction

Recommendation: Mehh. I love JLA, but this book wan't THE best or THE worst. It was in the middle. Her fantasy books are better, in my opinion.

The Unearthly Review

The Unearthly (The Unearthly #1) by Laura Thalassa
Read: PDF 296 pages (wow, I can't believe I remembered the pages without checking. THIS IS WHAT A NO-LIFE LOOKS LIKE!)
Publishing: Lavabrook Publishing Group 6/25/13
Genre: Supernatural, YA, Vamps, Romance, Urban-Fantasy
Recommendation: SÍ! No me gusta blogging acentos! The cover is bomb, but totally unrelated to the book! SMH, SMH!