January Wrap UP!

 

Hello Everybody,

I am here to share with you my January wrap up! Enjoy!

Goodreads Challenge: 7/52

  • 4 Novels
  • 3 Graphic Novels

Bookish Goals Completed:

  • Read One Classic

Bookstagram: @dreamwriteread

  • 14 Photos Uploaded
  • 155 Followers
  • Started doing actual Photoshoots ❤

The Bookz:

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1.Burn For Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian

Rating: 4/5 Stars

This story was a guilty pleasure. It very much reminds you of Mean Girls but not so evil Regina. I liked the characters a lot, and I look forward to picking up the other books in this series. Revenge never tasted so good, at least that was what Kat, Mary, and Lillia had thought it would taste like.

2. Saga Volume 2, 3, and 4

Rating: 4.75/5

     This graphic novel series is stunning, and bad ass. It follows two people who are stuck in a star-crossed lovers nightmare. They’re on the run with their new born trying to simply make a life for themselves and stay alive. There is a lot of adult content in this series I would advise 18+.

3. Open Road Summer by Emery Lord

Rating: 4.25/5

Light read, full of romance and friendship, perfect to get out of a reading slump. I very much enjoyed these characters, and the relationships between the characters.Reagan is tagging along with her best friend Lilah on her concert tour. While expanding her love for photography along the way, Reagan it faced with some very challenging self growth.

4. Holding up the Universe by Jennifer Niven

Rating: 4.75/5

“If ever a song was written for Libby and me, it’s this one. Two broken, lonely people who maybe aren’t so broken or lonely anymore.” -Jake

Coming from someone who has always had self image issues, I’m so happy to have gotten the chance to read Libby’s story.This was a very good and insightful story showing the struggles high school brings when you’re just trying to find yourself.

5. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Rating: 3/5

This is a story set in the 20’s following a group of people who are crude, selfish, and ironically poetic with their actions. This classic read wasn’t my favorite of reads. But, it did leave me appreciating the type of story it told.

Watched:

  • Criminal Minds Seasons 2 and 3
    • Rating 4/5

Keeping Up with:

  • This is Us
    • Rating 5/5
  • Shadowhunters
    • 4/5
  • The Batchelor (God, please get rid of Corinne and Taylor) 
    • 3/5

Started:

  • Crafted a T.B.R Jar (To Be Read Jar)
  • Excel sheet of all the books I own
  • Outlining my Novel Ideas
    • Wrote Prologue and started Chapter One
    • Possible Title: The History that Makes Us

 

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