Well July is here! So here’s my July TBR which has around 9 books, I don’t know if I’ll be able to do it especially while I go on vacation and working. I hope I can do it! But here’s my list!

The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson

heart of betrayal

Broken Prince by Erin Watt

Broken Prince

Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton

diplomatic immunity

Darkly, Deeply, Beautifully by Megan Tayte

Darkly, Deeply, Beautifully

And my dandy Nancy Drew book of the month haha

Nancy Drew The Clue in the Old Album

the clue in the old album

Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes

Rebel Spring

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Six of Crows

Even if the Sky Falls by Mia Garcia

Even if the sky falls

Relentless by Tera Lynn Childs and Tracy Deebs




June is already over which is crazy! But I finished all of the books that I wanted to which I showed on my June TBR ( http://goo.gl/NTRbjz ) and I managed to squeeze in three more! So down below I’ll put the three additional books I’ve read and if you want to see the other books I’ve read this month there’s a link above to take you there.

The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan

The last olympian

A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Read by William Rabkin


The Head of Medusa by Michelle Madow

Head of Medusa



The last time I did one of these was last year in June, which I think is crazy because I love seeing what other people are going to read. I think I’m going to do these more often. At the end of the month I’m definitely going to do a June wrap up! So lets get started.


Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson

kiss of deception

Holding Court by K.C Held

holding court

Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes

falling kingdoms

Wanderlost by Jen Malone


I Was Here by Gayle Forman

i was here

Devil and the Deep by Megan Tayte


Paper Princess by Erin Watt

Paper princess

And of course because I think I have time for another book I’m going to read Nancy Drew.

Nancy Drew The Mystery of the Tolling Bell

nancy drew

I feel like this looks like a lot of books but I think I can do it. There’s 30 days in the month of June and I hope that I can balance working and reading.

If you guys want to share your TBRs feel free to comment!!!

Top Five Must See August Movies from Ali

Top Five Must See August Movies from Ali

Fantastic-Four-BannerFantastic Four

August 7, 2015


Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

-What can I say… I love movies based on comic books. I enjoyed two Fantastic Four movies that came out a few years ago, but I’m looking forward to this reboot. I’ve enjoyed the cast of this upcoming movie in other roles, so I’m excited to see them all together in this film.


The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

August 14, 2015


Action, Adventure, Comedy

-OMG! It was just a couple weeks ago that I first saw the trailer… until then, I hadn’t really heard much about this movie, but as soon as I saw the commercial, I was sold! The action looks great… and two hot guys, c’mon, I’m so there!


Straight Outta Compton

August 14, 2015


Biography, Drama

-I’m looking forward to seeing the story of NWA. From the trailer I saw long ago, it looks like a great story and I’m excited to see O’Shea Jackson Jr. play his father, Ice Cube.


American Ultra

August 21, 2015


Action, Comedy

– American Ultra looks like a hoot and I’m ready for a laugh. Between Jesse Eisenberg playing a stoner, who is in fact a ‘sleeper’ government operative, to Kristen Stewart playing his live-in girlfriend, and Topher Grace as a government agent, there is sure to be some great laughs and some action, too.


Hitman: Agent 47

August 21, 2015


Action, Crime, Thriller

-I’d be lying if I said I was into this movie for more than the action, lol. I mean, I know there’s a story there, but the action is what I’m in it for… that and Zachary Quinto and Rupert Friend *drool*


What movies are you guys looking forward to?

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June Wrap-Up!

Hey guys it’s the end of June and I’m super excited! This month I read 14 books! This is a first for my I haven’t read that many books in one month before. I’m just going to list the books I’ve read this month, and have reviews for all of them up soon.


Galgorithm, Aaron Karo
Throne of Glass, Sarah J. Maas
A Darkness Strange and Lovely, Susan Dennard
Rock and a Hard Place, Angie Stanton
A Dawn Most Wicked, Susan Dennard
Stolen, Erin Bowman
Quest of the Missing Map, Carolyn Keene
Harmonic, Erica O’Rourke
Born Wicked, Jessica Spotswood
Kissing In America, Margo Raab
The Stars Never Rise, Rachel Vincent
Resonance, Erica O’Rourke
Powerless, Tera Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs


Two of the books I’ve read this month are wonderland hits so you guys will find out which ones soon! I should have my July TBR up soon! (:
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Hey guys this is kind of late but I just wanted to tell you guys what I plan on reading in the month of June!

Kissing in America by Margo Rabb


Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood


Powerless by Tera Lynn Childs and Tracy Deebs. I’m super excited about this one!


The Stars Never Rise by Rachel Vincent


Death Wish by Megan Tayte


Resonance by Erica O’Rourke. I seriously need to read this!!!



I also have a few novellas I want to read this month.


Harmonic by Erica O’Rourke


Stolen by Erin Bowman


A Dawn Most Wicked by Susan Dennard


I honestly feel like June is going to be a good reading month, I hope I can get to all of these books!

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#TBRTakedown Results!

So during the #TBRTakedown I read 3 out of the five books. I read Throne of Glass, Something Strange and Lovely, and Rock and a Hard Place. I plan on reading the other two books Kissing in America and Born Wicked this month!(:

*Reviews coming soon

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#TBRTakedown Readathon

Hey guys! So I just saw this challenge on YouTube and I thought I’d give it a go. This challenge is from June 1-7 and I’m a little late but I’ll try my best to read 5 books in the remaining four days! I’m just going to write what the challenges are and which books I chose to read, and over the next few days I’ll write about my progress.


1. A book that’s been on your TBR shelf over a year!
For this challenge I chose Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. I don’t know why I haven’t read this book yet but it’s been on my shelf since April 2014 and I recently read A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas, and I realized what I was missing out on!

2. An unread sequel sitting on your TBR shelf.
For challenge two I chose A Darkness Strange and Lovely by Susan Dennard. I read the first book Something Strange and Deadly I loved it I just haven’t got around to reading the sequel so here’s my chance. (:

3. A first book in a series on your TBR shelf
For challenge number three I chose Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood. I’ve wanted to read this since last year and I’m going to read it sometime this week.

4. An “out of your comfort zone” book on the TBR shelf!
For challenge four I chose Rock and a Hard Place by Angie Stanton anything new adult is out of my comfort zone, I don’t think I’ve ever read a new adult book.

5. A book from your most recent book haul!
So I went to Barnes and Noble yesterday and from my haul I chose Kissing in America by Margo Rabb, I think this book would be a great summer read and I can’t wait to start it.

Introducing the Cheshire Heart

Hello Readers,

We hope you are having a fabulous day! Friday is almost here Woohoo!! We are introducing our new rating system today. From now on our reviews will include a rating from one (never reading again) two (so, so) three (okay) four (liked) five (awesome) six (forever on our shelves). We have thought long about something unique that could represent the site and here you have it…Introducing the Cheshire Heart!



Happy Reading!


Recap: The 100: May We Meet Again


“May We Meet Again.”


I have been meaning to write about a show where the statement above usually ends in doom.  I don’t know why I haven’t when I find myself constantly pondering about my way of thinking and ours as humans after every episode.  You’re probably thinking I’m talking about some huge success story of a show like that of Scandal, The Blacklist or Fox’s latest success Empire but nope.  I’m talking about this powerhouse of a show on the little network that could and constantly does come up with enthralling television, The CW Network.  The 100!

You may flip over to The CW and see The 100 and first think; wow those people are really dirty.  The 100 is based on a post-apocalyptic young adult novel by Kass Morgan and developed for TV by Jason Rothenberg. Yes, post-apocalyptic is very in right now and I bloody love it! I love that so many readers are having the opportunity to see their beloved favorites come to life on the big and little screens.  Okay off soap box and back to the show…

What would you do if you had to pick between saving one person over one hundred? What if that person was your mother, lover, or best friend?  These are the decisions the kids of The 100 are making weekly, more specifically the heroine, Clarke.  Since the beginning of the show we have watched Clarke go from a peace-loving leader to a fierce woman willing to do whatever it takes to save her people even sacrifice someone she loves dearly.  Her people being The Hundred who were sent to earth from The Arc in the first episode of Season 1.  Basically, they were guinea pigs for the leaders of the Arc. They were disposable, used to see if the Earth was viable for human life. Good thing it was, since these sacrifiable young people are all that’s keeping the adults alive now that they are on the ground as we head towards the end of Season 2. If you want to catch up on all the events of season 1 head over to Netflix Streaming. For now, I’m skipping all the incredible heart-rending stuff that’s happened and focusing on the last two episodes: Rubicon and Resurrection.


I find myself inspired to write this after watching the last two episodes on Hulu Plus.   It’s 2:50am and all I can think about are the choices the characters were forced to make in the episodes!




Spoilers below.    .     .

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