February Wrap-Up | 2016

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February was a start to an amazing adventure. Between self-discovery, a little bit of a learning curve and good books, I am proud of what has been accomplished in such a sort amount of time. This was the month I officially launched my blog! The more I learn about how to create a successful blog and more specifically, the Book Community, the more I realize I made a great decision by creating this opportunity. At of the end of the month, my blog is up to 740 followers on Twitter, 59 likes on Facebook and 159 followers on Instagram. Follow me on social media by clicking the follow buttons on the right side of the webpage! I was also able to host my first giveaway due to the fantastic reader support I’ve been receiving so far. If you’d like to see more giveaways and content, make sure you subscribe and follow me on social media – don’t forget to tell your Bookish friends too!

Okay so let’s get down some more blog accomplishments and posts I was able to make this month. I was able to read a total of 4 books and provided 3 tidbits of information! What is a Tidbit you ask? Great question! A Tidbit, at least for the purposes of this blog, is just a little bit of bookish information that may be useful to readers. Sometimes this information is about an upcoming book additions such as Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, other times this information is bookish advice such as When to Break-Up With a Book. My goal is to provide diverse information to both heavily involved and casual readers.

Read With Me

Upcoming Reads (2)After some discussion with readers of my blog, I decided to create an ongoing list of my books to read, so that my followers have the opportunity to read with me and at their own pace. A list of my intended reads can be found on the post 8 Books to Add to Your List. If you read along with me, use the hashtag #booksunveiledreads on any social media posts so that we can comment and discuss together!


February Reads

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

“Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl.
Cinder, a gifted mechanic, is a cyborg. She’s a second-class citizen with a mysterious past, reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s illness. But when her life becomes intertwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she suddenly finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle, and a forbidden attraction. Caught between duty and freedom, loyalty and betrayal, she must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect her world’s future.” – Goodreads
You can read the full review here.

Worth Dying For by Lee Child (A Reacher Novel)

For those who haven’t had the pleasure of reading any Reacher novels.. let me enlighten you to the amazing persona of Mr. Jack Reacher. He is an ex-military bad ass with a knack for being at the right place at the right time. During his military service he served as a sort of military cop – so not only does he know how to fight and analyze a sticky situation, he also knows how investigate and outsmart. Reacher is what we might consider a modern day nomad…
◄ You can read the full review here.

Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

Oh Ender, our favorite Third and boy genius. In Ender’s Game, written by Orson Scott Card, Andrew Wiggin (aka Ender) captivates readers with his constant internal conflict and boundless ability to solve any problem thrown his way. One of my favorite aspects about this book is how the SciFi is incorporated. This is not just a “Humans vs Aliens” book, but is a more realistic SciFi based on real science, physics and an actual possibility of extraterrestrial life …
◄ You can read the full review here.

The Harmony Scroll by Edita A. Petrick.

The Harmony Scroll (Stella Hunter Mystery Book 2) is about Stella Hunter’s adopted son, Gabriel, and the curse that he carries with him. Gabriel is known, by the few who possess this knowledge, as the Peacetaker. Stella has been doing thorough research in hopes that she can find a cure for this curse, but the only mention of hope is an ancient scroll that may contain the powers of reversal. Just one problem, no one has documented sight of this scroll it in hundreds of years. Time is running short on finding the scroll; if she can’t manage to do that, the whole world may be in danger…
◄ You can read the full review here.

The Academy by C.L. Stone

There are two “Academy” series written by C.L. Stone – Ghost Bird and Scarab Beetle. Essentially, they have the same themes, but differ in content and character development. These books are centered on what is called “The Academy” and different groups of characters within that – I can’t really give too much away about what “The Academy” is without ruining some of the story though. I wish I could! But I really want to leave the effect C.L. Stone placed in the books for those that haven’t read it yet…
◄ You can read the full review here.


Tidbits of the Month

When to Break-Up With a Book

Book Break-upAlright, we’ve all been through this before.. Picking up a new book, the description seems promising, the cover is captivating … but then you are 5 chapters in and just getting there was a grueling task. How do you decide when it’s time to throw in the towel and break-up with a book? Well the breaking point will be slightly different for everyone, but it is totally acceptable to commit a book break-up when any of these situations happen …
◄ Read the full post here.

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child… Plus Extras!

Who hasn’t been talking about J.K. Rowling’s newest addition to the Harry Potter world?? The last week word has been spreading like wild fire about the 8th instalment, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. I’m going to go over some good to know information about this addition and even provide links for pre-ordering plus some cool extras that have been in the works …
◄ Read the full post here.


Thank you to all of my new readers and followers! It is becuase of you that I am able to make this blog a success! If you have any suggestions, comments, posts you’d like to see, please let me know in the comments below, by email, or on any of the social media sites.

Happy Reading!


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