Friday, July 31, 2015

Book Talk #5: How To Deal When In A Book Slump

Whether we like it or not, there's always that moment in a book lover's life when the first signs of the dreaded 'Book Slump' comes creeping in on us like a thief in the night. Sadly, I've been battling my reading slump since May and it hasn't been easy. I was able to fight it off and escape the slump in June, but for the last two weeks of July the fight was back on and I went down hard.

Very, Hard.

This is how to deal with the dreaded . . .

Step 1: Shut the world out.

Step 2: Relax.

Step 3: Watch Netflix.

Step 4: Hang out with friends.

STEP 5: Don't focus on your reading slump.


Step 7: Keep yourself busy.

Step 8: Talk about your feelings.

Step 9: Start a blog.

Step 10: Tell your book slump how you feel.

And there you have it! Ten full-proof ways to get over your book slump! CAUTION: Side effects may occur (excessive caffeine intake, less sleep, more sleep, headaches, etc.

Fight on bookworms! See you in the next chapter!

Monday, July 27, 2015

Music Matching Monday: The Heir

It's no secret that Princess Eadlyn is very independent and wants no part of her Selection. She's the type of girl who's all for ruling her country one day without a husband at her side. Something I highly praise the young Heiress for! However, her parents know that that's not possible and also know that Princess Eadlyn will try very hard to avoid the whole "falling in love" aspect of life. She's definitely the kind of girl who doesn't want to be anyone's "wife" let alone will she allow herself to have feelings for any boy that comes her way. She's stubborn and just a little spoiled but at least she knows who she is and who she doesn't want to be. I love Princess Eadlyn for that reason and even though she is a princess, one day the Queen, she's by far no one's Cinderella.


Saturday, July 25, 2015

Movie Review: Paper Towns

Rating: PG-13
Score: 4 1/2 stars
I was super excited for this movie when I first heard about a year ago of the book's adaptation. I actually didn't even know about the movie while purchasing the book until an awesome cashier let me in on the 411. Anyway, I was super excited earlier today about seeing the movie and I was sure to pay attention and be on the lookout for any changes that might've been either for the best or not. Here's my review:
One thing I really loved about the movie overall is the fact that it didn't stray away from the actual story at all. Which is something that's rare what with the recent releases on certain movies that I will not mention by name . . . We all know what they are anyway. I really liked that the movie followed the book almost to a T which was pretty awesome. I loved that it still had the comedic mystery going on throughout the movie just like in the book.
I also really loved how great the actors were in the movie when it came to bringing the characters to life. After seeing the trailer for the movie when it was first released, I wasn't really sure how I felt about at least half of the cast but after seeing the movie, it's actually hard to imagine anyone else playing these characters. I loved how animated and lively the acting was and it made the movie so much more than just that. Obviously, great acting always helps when seeing a movie. Duh. But there are few movies that really make an impact on me on a deeper level but this, I'm happy to say, was an exception.
If you've read the book, then you know exactly how witty, sarcastic and goofy some of John Green's characters can get in his books. Even the narration in his books is always sarcastic. I love sarcasm so that might just be why I love his writing so darn much . . . Anyway, I loved how hilarious this movie was! Even if you haven't read the book or didn't even know it was a book then I would still say to go see this movie if you want a good laugh. There were a couple of times where I couldn't stop laughing at the things the characters said and other times when I actually cried because I was laughing so hard. I would so see this movie again just because it was hilarious. The jokes were prime, the sarcasm was on point and can we just take a moment and remember the whole "sing-the-first-thing-that-pops-into-your-head" scene? Like, died laughing.
One thing some might not have noticed if you were too busy still laughing at a joke made twenty minutes ago, you've might've missed a couple of fun cameos that I thought were honestly kind of cute. If there was a whole author John Green cameo, then I obviously need to get my eyes checked because I'm usually good at catching those. BUT I did catch a couple of others to which I won't spoil for you guys because that's never fun. But I will say to pay close attention to the bass player in the concert scene and that very familiar gas station guy. (He likes dragons.)
So that's it! This is by no means a very professional movie review because (1) I'm no professional and (2) I'm very hungry. But I did my best to give you guys as much info as I possibly could without boring you all to death. There were a couple of changes in the movie such as the friends taking a road trip BEFORE graduation and a couple of differences on how the story played out in the "paper town" but I'll leave you guys to be the critics on those points because everyone's different and some get more critical on the smaller points than some. You can, however, look forward to lines from the book taking directly from it and making it's way into the movie which, again, is something rare.
Okay, seriously, that's it! Hope you guys enjoyed this movie review and have fun with your friends and see the movie! A great weekend laugh if you ask me! See you in the next chapter! 

Monday, July 20, 2015

Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5 stars
Page Count: 464
Stand Alone
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Published: May 12, 2015
(First published September 10, 2013)
In Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl, Cath is a Simon Snow fan. Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan, but for Cath, being a fan is her life-and she's really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; it's what got them through their mother leaving.
Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere.
Cath's sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath can't let go. She doesn't want to.
Now that they're going to college, Wren has told Cath she doesn't want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She's got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words . . . And she can't stop worrying about her dad, who's loving and fragile and has never really been alone.
For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind?
1. I've been wanting to read this book for forever now and there have been countless times when I've picked this book up at the bookstore but somehow ended up not buying it. Obviously, I have a slight problem when it comes to me being distracted by other pretty covers. Talk about having the attention span of a moth. Finally, I decided to buy the darn thing whilst shopping in one of my favorite stores (Target) because (1) it was on sale and (2) it was the collector's edition so I knew I couldn't walk out of the store without it in my hands. Here's the review:
2. Characters. Oh my flipping gosh did I love all of the characters in this book! I really loved Cath and her sister because of how different they were from each other. Cath is obviously the typical fangirl who loves her coffee from Starbucks and has a ton of Simon Snow memorabilia in her room and also writes fanfiction. Pretty cool, right? Her sister Wren has grown out of her fangirl ways and is more of a party-girl who doesn't really care to just hang out in the comfort of her own room. If there's a party, Wren is sure to show up. I really loved that their differences were very obvious and it made them that much more interesting. I also obviously LOVED Levi and even really liked Reagan because of her 'demanding' ways. Levi was so sweet and funny from the very beginning and I just loved the chemistry between him and Cath. It was too sweet to handle!
3. I wasn't really sure where the story was going to go and how it was going to play out amongst 400+ pages but I ended up really loving how everything played out! I loved that even though this book focuses mainly on Cath's new life in college and follows her as she makes friends and falls in love, it also followed her as she had to deal with her dad and her fading relationship with her sister and even dealt with her mother at one point. I liked seeing the issues that Cath had to deal with and get through because it made not only her but also the other characters so real and relatable.
4. The romance was obviously a very big part of this whole story and I really loved how well developed it was. There was the chemistry at first, then the kissing but I loved that the love-story was still further developed and didn't just stop with a kiss and a confirmation of their relationship. Because of the romance, it only allowed for the characters to get to know more about each other which in turn revealed their issues and problems they were having and you got to know the characters even more. Usually I get annoyed when there's too much drama and overly romantic scenes in a book but for this one, it was the most perfect blend and very well balanced.
5. Overall, I highly enjoyed this book! I loved that it made me laugh so many times while reading it and made me crave late night coffee like never before! It's definitely the perfect summer read and it's also a great pick-me-up if you need something happy because you just recently read a book that totally ruined your life and made you cry because it didn't end the way it was supposed to end . . . Anyhoo, I recommend this one hands down!
The reason why I didn't give this book a five-star rating was because it did get slow at times and started out a little slow but picked up as the story progressed. I still really love this book though!
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Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
Available October 6, 2015
Rainbow Rowell continues to break boundaries with Carry On, an epic fantasy following the triumphs and heartaches of Simon and Baz from her beloved bestseller Fangirl.

Simon Snow just wants to relax and savor his last year at the Watford School of Magicks, but no one will let him. His girlfriend broke up with him, his best friend is a pest, and his mentor keeps trying to hide him away in the mountains where maybe he’ll be safe. Simon can’t even enjoy the fact that his roommate and longtime nemesis is missing, because he can’t stop worrying about the evil git. Plus there are ghosts. And vampires. And actual evil things trying to shut Simon down. When you’re the most powerful magician the world has ever known, you never get to relax and savor anything.

Carry On is a ghost story, a love story, a mystery and a melodrama. It has just as much kissing and talking as you’d expect from a Rainbow Rowell story — but far, far more monsters.

Saturday, July 18, 2015

The Sick Book Tag!

Sorry for being so inactive on my blog lately! Life has just been so busy these past few weeks what with summer plans and doing tons of reading and writing. A girl can only take so much within a single day! I've also barely had any time at all to read this week so I don't exactly have any reviews to put up . . . Luckily, that is why tags are a thing! I'm not sure who created this tag and I wasn't tagged by anyone (not that I care) so I'm going to do it anyway! Here's the Sick Book Tag!
1. Diabetes: A book too sweet, like really sweet.
I feel like this book is pretty much the go-to book for whenever you're feeling low or just want a really sweet and light-hearted read. Because after all, it's by Stephanie Perkins for goodness sakes! When I first read this book last year, I felt so warm and bubbly inside that I couldn't handle it! This book made me laugh, smile, laugh some more and gave me a big case of the feels and it was just so perfect. And to think that it didn't stop there with this book in the series . . .
2. Chicken Pox: A book you've read once, and will never pick up again.
 It was a toss-up between these two books as to which one I really don't see myself re-reading at any time in the future. Both of these books were okay and cool ideas but just weren't my cup of tea at all. I might get some hate for my choice but hey, I'm being honest here! No offense to the authors or the fans at all!
3. Influenza: A contagious book that spreads like a virus.
If I could hype up this book any more than I already do, I'd have to have a completely other blog dedicated to this book only. I seriously loved this book so much that I can't even begin to put my feelings into words or even sort through my thoughts about this book! This book gave me the feels, made me cry, laugh, left me shocked a few times and overall opened up my eyes to what it means to be dealing with something that just won't go away. I freaking loved this book and it will forever be one of my all-time favorite books!
4. The Cycle: A book you read every month, year or often.
I'd be lying if I said I didn't re-read these books every year. Like, literally every single year! At this point, I've read the entire Divergent series (including the "Four" short stories) twice, and the entire A Series Of Unfortunate Events three times (currently on the fourth time). It's no secret how much I love these books and they will always have a special place in my heart.
5. Insomnia: A book that kept you up all night.
As I've said before in my review for this book, I actually balled my eyes out for a good hour after I put this lovely down. I was doing good throughout the whole book but then I got to the very last page, the very last few sentences and they hit me so hard in the feels. It made me think about my own siblings and made me look like an emotional wreck. Thanks a lot, Cynthia Hand! (Just kidding, you're amazing. Okay, bye.)
6. Amnesia: A book that's forgotten and failed to leave a powerful impression in your memory.
It's not that I didn't like these books, but they just didn't do anything for me or, obviously, leave a very powerful impression on me. Don't even ask me what my favorite parts in these books were, I honestly could not tell you a single event that I remember clearly. I do plan on continuing on with both series' but they're not at the top of my TBR at the moment. I might re-read the first books in both series but we'll cross that bridge when we get to it.
7. Asthma: A book that took your breath away.
8. Malnutrition: A book that lacked food for thought.

 It's not that I didn't enjoy these books and that I don't plan on continuing with both of these series, but I just didn't get any excitement out of them. I absolutely love The Giver and like The Hunger Games enough, but I just didn't really enjoy the sequel in The Giver quartet and the first installment of The Hunger Games. Nothing really happened in either of them.
9. Travel Sickness: A book that took you on a journey through time and space.
Quite literally with this series. Ever since finishing "Fairest" I've just been craving some more of the Lunar Chronicles so badly! Obviously I plan on re-reading this series before the fifth and final book comes out in November!
I hope y'all enjoyed this post! Read on bookworms! See you in the next chapter!

Monday, July 13, 2015

Music Matching Monday: Throne Of Glass

It's no secret that Celaena is pretty much one of the most popular kick-butt female protagonists known in YA literature today. Just saying. For this book, I really wanted to choose a song that described not only this book but also Celaena as a character. She's a very strong and incredibly independent character who relies on no one but herself to get her through each day. She truly believes what she's capable of can keep her alive and would honestly rather die than ask for help. She's almost the definition of girl-power and I absolutely wanted a song that didn't fail her character. I finally found one after some searching and I think it's perfect for this book because of how it talks about being young and not afraid to show people what you're made out of. It also talks about not being destroyed easily and making your own kind of revolution. I like to think this song is very fitting and that Celaena herself would approve!
 YOUNG BLOOD by Bea Miller

Friday, July 10, 2015

Review: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Dystopian, Fantasy, Romance
Score: ⭐⭐⭐
Page Count: 405
Book #2 in The Hunger Games trilogy
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Published: September 1, 2009
Against all odds, Katniss has won the Hunger Games. She and fellow District 12 tribute Peeta Mellark are miraculously still alive. Katniss should be relieved, happy even. After all, she has returned to her family and her longtime friend, Gale. Yet nothing is the way Katniss wishes it to be. Gale holds her at an icy distance. Peeta has turned his back on her completely. And there are whispers of a rebellion against the Capitol - a rebellion that Katniss and Peeta may have helped create.
Much to her shock, Katniss has fueled an unrest she's afraid she cannot stop. And what scares her even more is that she's not entirely convinced she should try. As time draws near for Katniss and Peeta to visit the districts on the Capitol's cruel Victory Tour, the stakes are higher than ever. If they can't prove, without a shadow of a doubt, that they are lost in their love for each other, the consequences will be horrifying.
1. Yes, I'm very and highly aware that I'm extremely late when it comes to jumping on this bandwagon of a book (four years and three movies to be precise). I still love, however, that many of the people who visit my blog or follow me on Instagram have been following me on this "journey" if you will with reading these books because of a reading goal I made at the beginning of this year. Now that I've thanked all of you beautiful people, here's my very unimportant and late-to-the-party review!
2. The first thing I really liked about this book was that it goes into a little more detail about how the government works and what exactly they're willing to sacrifice in order to keep their laws and ways of living under control and will pretty much show no mercy to anyone in order to do that. Even if it means killing off the most rebellious of the people. In the first book, the whole story was supposed to be focused on the Games but I liked this sequel more because it offers more insight to how the leaders' way of thinking is and also has a bit more world building that I liked a little better as well.
3. I also really liked that this book had more action and suspense than the first book. This one didn't seem to bore me as often and it actually had me a little more excited about what was about to happen next. I wouldn't say it had me on the edge of my seat exactly but it was more entertaining and kept my attention a little longer. I mean, when you have flesh-eating monkeys, blistering fog and a mysterious beast that literally rips you apart, it's hard not to be focused on the story.
Sadly, that was about all I really liked about this book.
The reasons why I didn't give this book a five-star rating was because I still didn't really like any of the characters in this book. Katniss still annoyed me and so did some of the other characters except for Peeta and Finnick and even then, I still didn't love them. There just wasn't enough character development for my personal liking and I thought the story also dragged on a little too much.
I had a hard time staying focused and reading this book without wondering when the book was going to be over. I just wasn't invested in the story enough to really care about what was happening and I found myself just kind of dragging myself through each page. I wanted to like this book but it ended up being just an okay read for me.
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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Review: Robot Dreams by Sara Varon

Robot Dreams by Sara Varon
Rating: G
Genre: Graphic Novel, YA Fiction, Children
Score: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Page Count: 208
Stand Alone
Publisher: First Second
Published: August 7, 2007
Richly endearing and full of surprises, Robot Dreams follows an ill-fated friendship between a dog and robot. After a Labor Day jaunt to the beach leaves Robot rusty and immobilized in the sand, Dog, unsure what to do, abandons him. As the seasons pass, Dog tries to replace his friend, making and losing a series of new ones, from a melting snowman to epicurean anteaters. Meanwhile, Robot passes his time daydreaming, escaping to better places...Through interwoven journeys, the two characters long to recover from their day at the beach. 
Although its adorable characters and playful charm will win over young readers, Robot Dreams speaks universally to the fragile nature of friendship, loss, and redemption.
1. Recently I've been in a huge graphic novel binge (if you couldn't already tell) and once again, I stumbled upon this one while looking for more to read. I thought the cover looked really cute so I took a chance on it. Here's my review:
2. The first thing I noticed about this graphic novel was the fact that this book had no dialog at all. The story was told strictly through the illustrations which I thought was actually pretty cool and very different than other graphic novels that I've read. I really loved that it was completely focused on the characters and pictures to tell the story and it was actually a really great read because of that. After reading it, it's hard to imagine it having dialog because it's really great without it. 
3. Speaking of the illustrations, I really loved it needless to say. I thought the art was honestly adorable and very simple. I loved the pastel and muted colors used in this book because it honestly added to the whole story. I also really liked that the hues became even more muted when the characters (specifically the robot) was having thoughts or daydreaming and made it easy to determine what was actually part of the story and what was just imaginary. It was a lot of fun to look at the art too!
4. Overall, I really enjoyed this one. It wasn't my favorite graphic novel but it was still really cute and even emotional to a certain point. I think I might've teared up a bit. I recommend this one for all ages, however, and not just young adults. I think this is a really great read for a child of any age who might want to get into graphic novels and or if you know or have a child yourself and want a quick book to pick up. I read this one in a little over fifteen minutes so this one is perfect!
It's also an awesome book to pick up if maybe you're just a tad bit behind on that super important, life or death reading challenge of yours and need something to catch you up!
I didn't give this book a five-star rating because I would've loved it to be just a little longer and actually made me tear up and I don't know how I feel about a "children's" book giving me the feels. So many feels.
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Monday, July 6, 2015

Music Matching Monday: Fairest

For this book, I wanted to find a song that I thought would almost be a theme song for Queen Levana. In this bridge in the series of The Lunar Chronicles, we get to see more of a backstory for the evil villain and discover how she came to be the cold and heartless ruler we all know and honestly love to hate. If you've read this series already, then you know exactly how cruel Queen Levana can be, considering she did try to kill a baby just because she wanted to stay the princess. Queen Levana, despite how ruthless she is, originally started out as a girl looking for attention. Before she knew it, she was caught up in a web of lies that she kept spreading to not only gain more of that attention but to also build a name for herself. A lot of things played a role in the queen's life to make her into the coldhearted villain she is and I feel like this song is quite the fit for her. Enjoy!
EVERYBODY'S FOOL by Evanescence

Sunday, July 5, 2015

My Extremely Belated 1-Year Blogiversary!!

Hey bookworms! So this morning, I was wondering when exactly I posted my very first blog post and what it was and I saw that it was in fact on June 9th, 2014 when I first started The Bookworm Central! And to think it all started with just a small (very boring) movie review! I still remember writing it like it was yesterday. Shall we take a look at my old posts? Specifically my very first post being the movie review and my very first book review!
      Famous by Todd Strasser                                                     TFIOS Movie Review
If you read these two reviews then you can obviously see how different my current and newer reviews are from the majority of my old ones. I've honestly come so far with my book reviews and my blog in general! I eventually started making this blog not only for book reviews, but for book-to-movie news and reviews, fun playlists, book tags and more. I'm so happy with where my blog is now and I can't wait to see where my blog goes next! In just a year, I've not only grown as a blogger but also as a teen just wanting to share her thoughts on some very cool books and other cool stuff.
When I first started my blog, I was a little scared to be reviewing books and giving my honest opinion about books that I read because I wasn't sure how people would take it. I learned along the way that honesty about my opinions was what people actually wanted to hear. I've made so many new friends on the blogosphere as well as on bookstagram and Goodreads! I love each and every one of you for checking out my blog even if it was just one time! Read on bookworms! See you guys in the next chapter! 
P.S. I wanted to do something special for my very belated blogiversary but I wasn't sure what to do! If you guys have any ideas, please let me know in the comments!!

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Review: Made You Up by Francesca Zappia

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Contemporary, Mental Illness, YA Fiction
Score: 4 1/2 stars
Page Count: 448
Stand Alone
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Published: May 19, 2015
Alex fights a daily battle to figure out the difference between reality and delusion. Armed with a take-no-prisoners attitude, her camera, a Magic 8-Ball, and her only ally (her little sister), Alex wages a war against her schizophrenia, determined to stay sane long enough to get into college. She’s pretty optimistic about her chances until classes begin, and she runs into Miles. Didn't she imagine him? Before she knows it, Alex is making friends, going to parties, falling in love, and experiencing all the usual rites of passage for teenagers. But Alex is used to being crazy. She’s not prepared for normal.
Funny, provoking, and ultimately moving, this debut novel featuring the quintessential unreliable narrator will have readers turning the pages and trying to figure out what is real and what is made up
1. Over the past couple of weeks, I fell out of a contemporary mood because of all the ones I was reading in June. I kind of got tired of that genre but I still really wanted to pick this one up. I decided to try just one more contemporary and read it and see what it had to offer. I was more excited to read this one because of the fact that our main character has a mental illness that I haven't seen in a book, like, ever. Maybe that's just me but hey, I wanted to shake things up a bit! That and I'm a sucker for that type of story. Here's my review:
2. Obviously, I was really impressed with the set of characters in this book. I really loved them for many reasons. One was that our main character, Alex, is schizophrenic and has to try her best to hide her "problem" from the rest of the school including her new friends. I really loved seeing a character with a mental illness that I've never actually seen before in a YA fiction and that was what originally made me want to pick this book up in the first place before it was released. Alex has to struggle with her illness and decide what was real and what was purely her hallucinations. I also fell in love with her friends and family. Her friends were those that I wished I could have in my life. They were very loyal and goofed around a lot with each other and just made a really awesome group of supportive friends. Alex's parents were also very supportive and loving towards her and her sister and that was really nice to see. Usually I don't get attached to a character's parents in books but her mom and dad were quite a different case.
3. This book was completely character driven but also had a bit of an interactive element to it. The character development was so great that the entire book could've lacked a plot and I still would've probably loved it. Other than the development, the book was also part mystery and a psychological read. You as the reader had to follow Alex as she tries to determine what she imagines and what's really reality and had it's incredibly surprising moments that literally had my mouth hanging open. I really loved getting to not only get to know the characters so much more with each chapter, but it also kept me incredibly entertained trying to figure out the mystery of what Alex and her friends had to uncover in this book. It was a contemporary with a little bit of edge if you will.
4. I really loved how everything in this book came back around to Alex being schizophrenic. Alex tried to hide her illness from her friends because of it and she also had to struggle with training herself to see the difference between imagination and reality. Even the romance and mystery that played big roles in the book came back to the fact that she was schizophrenic which was awesome because you never forgot that about Alex. I love that I constantly reminded me of her illness and I guess that's why Alex was such an interesting character to me in the first place. She was constantly doubting herself and her theories because of her illness and she was also driven by it as well. I loved that the book stayed to the theme of Alex and didn't wander off into a weird layout.
5. I loved the way the entire story played out and how it wrapped up as well. It was a bit of a roller coaster ride with all the mystery, surprise, heartbreak, shocking truths and also a bad case of the feels going on but it was fabulous nonetheless. It was a seriously entertaining read that I know I'll be picking up again in the future. It's a perfect summer read and also a great rainy day one. I recommended this to any YA lover who's looking for something a little different for a contemporary. The mystery was intriguing, I read it in just a couple of sittings and the romance was sweet and gave me so many feels that I couldn't even deal. Yep, it was that good!
The reason why I didn't give this book a five star-rating was because I want more. I need more of this book, like, right now. Sequel anybody?
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Friday, July 3, 2015

July TBR and Challenge!

So this month I really want to get to some books that I've been meaning to read for a really long while and I'm very happy with my choices for this month because it's pretty much every genre ever within just five books! I'm not really not in the mood for contemporary at the moment (yeah, I know, it's summer aka contemporary season) but I didn't want to completely cut out that genre this month so I chose a couple that looked more interesting than the others I have. Here's my TBR! But first, my TBR challenge for July:
Read a funny book.
Choice: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows
Made You Up by Francesca Zappia (currently reading)
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (THG #2)
What are you reading this month???