Books to Read Before the Year Ends

I can’t believe there are only a few months left in the year. 2019 went by faster than any year for me so far (except, I probably say that every year).

Anyways, there are still quite a few books I want to get to before the year is over, so I thought I would talk about those with you all today. I’m not going to go in-depth on them, I’m simply going to write the title cause there are a lot.

Also, this does not include the books on my October TBR because that post is going up in just a couple of days!

A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio

An Unkindness of Magicians by Kat Howard

Broken Things by Lauren Oliver

The Impossibility of Us by Katy Upperman

Someday, Someday Maybe by Lauren Graham

When We Collided by Emery Lord

The House by Christina Lauren

I was Born for This by Alice Oseman

Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker

The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy

A Heart in a Body in the World by Deb Caletti

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There are 12 books on this list, which means I would only have to read 6 a month (November and December). So, that honestly might be manageable.

Alright, wish me luck, and let me know which of these you’ve read, if any! See you soon :)

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Books I Brought to College!

Hey loves! School has been back in session for a week now, and I am so overwhelmed by the work. Luckily, whenever I need to wind down and relax, I can pick up a book and escape for a bit.

Last year I had you guys choose which books I brought with me to college, so this year I thought I’d do the same! Here are all of the books I took with me- the ones you guys voted on, plus a couple of extras!

Also, if you want to be part of polls like this in the future, be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram :)

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First up, I asked y’all to vote on my sci-fi and fantasy ARCs. I picked a few that I was the most interested in reading at that moment, and unsurprisingly, you guys chose Furyborn. I was a little disappointed only because I wanted Lady’s Guide to win and Furyborn is so big and heavy. But, I brought it anyway!IMG_7113

This was a close race the entire time, but in the end, A Heart in a Body in the World won! This poll I had no preference for, so the results would have been fine no matter what book won. I have heard really amazing things about this book, though, so I’m very thrilled to read it (eventually).

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This one was a tie, but I decided I would let myself be the tiebreaker, and in that moment, I was feeling I Was Born for This more than Jenn Bennett’s book. There is no reason for that decision, I chose at random.

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Next, I asked for a couple more contemporaries. These are all ones that have been on my shelf for about the same amount of time, so I wanted to start working through them. When We Collided has such a pretty cover and it feels like a good quality paperback- this is such a random fact but I love paperbacks so I wanted this to be known. I have also heard good things about this one, so hopefully, I will enjoy it.

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I genuinely thought You would win for this one (or that at least there would be some competition), but If We Were Villains won by a lot, as you can see. I’m currently in the middle of The Secret History by Donna Tartt, which I heard is really similar to this one. I’m really liking the literary fiction genre, so if they actually are similar, I can see myself giving both of them high ratings.

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I accidentally put The Perfect Mother in two polls, so just ignore that. But, it won for this one, so I brought it with me. This is a book of the month book I got probably a year ago and I honestly don’t really remember what it’s about anymore. But, I do want to read more thrillers, especially in the fall months.

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This is another where the result did not surprise me in the slightest. This is another big book though, so taking it to school with me was not the best idea as I have very limited space, but I really need to read this series ASAP. I have heard such amazing things, and again, it’s perfect for the spooky season.

Current Reads:

These are the books that I started before going back to school but had not finished. I obviously brought them with me so I can finish them!

The Secret History: Mentioned this earlier. I’m really enjoying it but it’s a pretty long book and I haven’t been prioritizing it much.

The Lady Rogue: I have already finished this one and I have a whole review up for it that you can check out!

The Starless Sea: This is an ARC that I need to read before it comes out-  it’s also one of my most anticipated releases so I need to get on it! I just started it recently and it is phenomenal already!

Others:

I also brought these two for the zodiac-a-thon (which I completely failed by the way).

Truly, Madly, Deadly: I technically read this one before, but it was pre-book community days and I don’t remember much. I might not have even finished it, so I want to!

Wild Beauty: Beautiful cover, really interesting synopsis. What more could I want?

I hope you guys enjoyed this post! Thank you so much to all who voted on the books :)

Also, let me know which ones I should prioritize because I can not decide which of these to read first!

See you soon!

Booktube Drama Tag !

Hey, loves! Happy Tuesday :)

Today I thought I would do this tag that Boston created! She actually tagged me to do it but I haven’t been able to sit down and film it, so I thought I would bring it to book bloggers instead!

If you are an active Twitter user, as I am, you would know that there is always tons of drama in the book community on there. I wouldn’t even call most of it drama… just people blowing trivial topics up. Boston’s tag is meant to be lighthearted and poke fun at some of the ridiculous arguments that have started!

Definitely be sure to check out her video for some background info on all of the drama!

Let’s get into the questions :)

Dick Soap Gate- Your favorite smutty book

Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas: I haven’t read many smutty books, but I’m slowly getting more into them! This one was good, I really enjoyed it. It is also definitely one of the smuttiest books I’ve read.*

*But I don’t have much to compare it to, for reference

Incest Shipping- Your favorite sibling duo

Caraval by Stephanie Garber: The first one that came to mind was Scarlet and 51meBqxPwcL._SX327_BO1,204,203,200_Donatella from the Caraval series. I recently finished this one, so it’s on my mind. I loved the relationship these sisters have. They are very protective of each other but also know how to lay low and give each other space if needed. I think they are a great duo!

Handbook for Mortals Drama- An overhyped book

51j9XTR5oZL._SX324_BO1,204,203,200_The Cruel Prince by Holly Black: Sorry, but this book is just way too overhyped. Don’t get me wrong, it was good. But it wasn’t anything special by any means. I didn’t even want to read it initially, but because it gained so much popularity, I decided to pick it up. I had expected to love it so much, but the hype definitely made it fall flat for me.

JKR Drama- A character that makes questionable choices

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald: Jay Gatsby makes incredibly questionable The Great Gatsbychoices. I mean, he bought a house across a lake just so that he could sort of coax Daisy, his love from years ago (who is now MARRIED), back to him. Strange, odd man.

Marie Kondo- If you could only keep one book, what would it be?

Image result for the night circusThe Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern: I thought about this question recently for a collab youtube video I was a part of. I chose this book for a few reasons- it’s long so you can read and re-read it forever and always find new parts that you didn’t pay much attention to. Also, the writing is so beautiful and it’s an inspiration for my own writing, so I would definitely want to keep it around. Also, it’s fantasy, and since I mainly write contemporary, I would want a break from it at times.

Tomi Adayemi vs Nora Roberts- Two books with similar titles

Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout and Obsidio by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman:

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These are just the first ones to pop into my head but there are THOUSANDS of examples.

Booktube Group Photo- A full-cast audiobook you love

91ZkXtpaFxLDaisy Jones and the Six by TJR: I will use any opportunity to promote this book. IT IS AMAZING. Please read it. Listen to the audiobook. And then read it physically. Then read it one more time (if you want to be as crazy as me).

 

 

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I hope you enjoyed this post! I had a lot of fun writing it and thinking up these answers :) If you would like to do this tag, then I tag you! If you do it, please leave a link in the comments so I can check it out, too.

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Audiobook Tag!

I have been loving audiobooks for quite some time now, so I want to share my love of them with you guys through this tag! I just stumbled across it today on Kristin’s blog, so be sure to check out her answers as well.

Have you always listened to audiobooks or when did you begin?

I have not always listened to audiobooks. I began around my junior year of high school, so about 2.5/3 years ago. I discovered the Overdrive app where I could listen to audiobooks from my library on my phone. I have been listening ever since, but have expanded my platforms- I’ve tried Audible, Scribd, etc., but my favorite is Libby.

What is your favorite audiobook?

The Woman in the Window: This is such a good thriller, and hearing the story rather than listening to it really added to my enjoyment. I think this one is perfect for audio listening.

Daisy Jones and the Six: Full cast, great story. Do I need to say more?

What is your least favorite thing about audiobooks?

I listen at 2.5 speed, so if I lose focus for even a couple of seconds, I miss so much of the story. With audiobooks, you can multitask, but it can be easy to get distracted as well. Sometimes I have to rewind the audiobook because I missed a huge chunk of the chapter.

What do you think is the difference in experience between physically reading a book and listening to it?

There was actually a study done that showed that there is no difference in the way you process the story when you either listen to a book or read it physically. However, your experience is different. An audiobook narrator can either make or break the story for you. Some people listen to a book and hate it, but when they physically read it, they like it a lot more. So the difference is really in the way you experience the story. Sometimes one format doesn’t click with you the way another would.

How and when do you listen?

I listen on my phone through the libby app, as I mentioned before. I listen pretty much whenever I have time- between classes, while cleaning/cooking, before bed, in the bath, etc.

What style/genre do you prefer?

Anything but fantasy. I love contemporary romances and thrillers the most, but I can not do audiobooks for fantasy novels. There is just too much to pay attention to, so I need to take my time and see the actual words on the page. Otherwise, it can get very confusing.

What are some audiobook/narrator recommendations?

Talking as Fast as I Can: If you like Gilmore Girls, you will love this. It was funny, fast-paced, and really interesting.

Turtles All the Way Down: This is another one of those books where I am glad I listened to the audiobook. It really enhanced the experience for me. Very well done.

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I hope you enjoyed this tag! If you like audiobooks, I suggest doing this tag yourself! I would love to see your answers :)

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Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2019- (I am actually freaking out)

Hey loves! Can you believe we are already halfway through the year? I am so proud of myself for all of the reading I’ve done so far (59 books!!) and I can’t wait to see where the rest of the year takes me.

Today I am doing the mid-year book freakout tag, and let me tell you, I really did freak out while picking my answers to these. It’s so hard to choose, ok?

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1. Best book you’ve read so far in 2019?
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  • Daisy Jones and the Six: I read this book twice in one month and I am already planning another re-read, so I think that explains it all.
2. Best sequel you’ve read so far in 2019?
  • Catching Fire: I haven’t read too many sequels this year, but my re-read of Catching Fire was probably my favorite. It brought back so many memories, and I love that feeling of nostalgia.
3. New release you haven’t read yet, but want to?

 

  • I Wish You All the Best: This one came to mind first because I’ve been eyeing it for so long. I hope to pick it up before the year is over!
  • The Unhoneymooners: Everyone has been raving about this one, and I love me a good romance.
4. Most anticipated release for the second half of the year?
  • The Starless Sea: This was my most-wanted ARC at Bookcon, and I am so happy to say that I got it (I’m sorry I will take every chance to brag about that because I EARNED IT after getting up at 4am!!)
  • The Library of Lost Things: This is a book I sadly did not get at Bookcon, but I will be buying it on release date for sure.
  • The Tenth Girl: I’ve talked about this book so much, I need it in my hands like NOW.
5. Biggest disappointment?
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  • The Cruel Prince: Ok, I didn’t hate this one, but I also didn’t love it. Everyone hyped it up too much, and I think that ruined it a bit for me (still going to read Queen of Nothing, though, duh).
6. Biggest surprise?
  • The Thing About Jellyfish: I do not read middle grade, like, ever. But I picked this one up because I did a project for one of my English classes in the Fall semester where I had to create my own book club for children, and this one caught my eye. I really, really loved it.
7. Favorite new author (Debut or new to you)?
  • Taylore Jenkins Reid: I read Daisy Jones and Evelyn Hugo this year, which were both 5 star reads, so I definitely need to read more by TJR ASAP.
  • Casey McQuiston: Debut author of Red, White, and Royal Blue which was INCREDIBLE. I highly recommend reading it if you haven’t yet!!
8. Newest fictional crush?
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  • Kevin Day – Foxhole Court: He has a soft spot in my heart, ok?
9. Newest favorite character?
  • The whole group of friends – Red, White, and Royal Blue: I would die for them. There is nothing else to say.
10. Book that made you cry?
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  • The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: It was beautiful, it was sapphic, it was so well written.
11. Book that made you happy?
  • Becoming by Michelle Obama: It just made me feel so empowered and it really uplifted me. I love the Obama family so much.
12. Favorite book to film adaptation that you’ve seen this year? 
  • The Hate You Give: This movie came out in 2018, but I didn’t see it until this year because I suck. But it was just as good as I imagined it would be, and I am so happy that such an important book was brought to life on the big screen.
13. Favorite review you’ve written (Booktube or written)?
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  • Again, But Better: I’ve really been working on my reviews this year and trying to do more. This one was a good one, in my opinion, and you should go check it out ;)
14. The most beautiful book you’ve bought so far this year (or received)?
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  • Wild Beauty: This cover is stunning
  • With the Fire on High: HAVE YOU SEEN THIS NAKED BOOK? Stunning. (I’m in the process of reading this right now, but it’s probably going to be up there with Daisy Jones).
15. What books do you need to read by the end of the year?
  • The Lady Rogue: I was sent an ARC of this book (which I will forever be grateful for). If you didn’t know, Jenn Bennett is one of my favorite contemporary authors of all time. I will definitely read this before release date.
  • Wilder Girls: This actually comes out very soon (in a few weeks), and I’m in the middle of it now. I love it so much already, so you all should add it to your TBRs.
  • Grisha Trilogy and SOC duology: A tv show adaptation is coming out for both of these pretty soon, and I have actually not read either of them yet. I know, it’s hard to believe. I just felt like it was too late for me to read it because of how long I’ve read it, but I decided I still want to.

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Thanks for reading this post! If you do this tag yourself, be sure to let me know so I can check it out :)

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Inside and Out / Book Tag

Hey, loves! Today I felt like doing a tag because I haven’t done one in a few months and they’re always fun. I am not sure who started this one because I’ve had the questions saved for months on the notes app, but didn’t save the post I saw it on by accident. I tried looking for it but wasn’t able to, unfortunately.

If you do know, please leave a comment and I will be sure to add that!

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1. Inside flap/Back of the book summaries: Too much info? Or not enough?

I think that the synopsis on the book itself is usually just enough or not enough. It is rarely “too much” because then it would reveal the entire book and no one would read it. I personally prefer when it’s not enough because I like to go into my books blind, so I don’t want to know more than a few lines describing it.

2. New book: What form do you want it in? Be honest: Audiobook, E-Book, Paperback, or Hardcover?

I am a paperback person. Always have been. However, I also love listening to audiobooks, but those I typically borrow from my library. Therefore, if I’m getting a new book, I would like it in paperback!

3. Scribble while you read? Do you like to write in your books, take notes, make comments, or do you keep your books clean clean clean?

I definitely write in my books, and if you’ve been following me for a while you know that I do. I used to use a lot of colors- highlighters, rainbow pens, post-it flags, etc. More recently, I’ve stuck to black pen and the occassional yellow post-it note. I’ve always loved the look of a well-worn book. I do the same to many of my books.

4. Does it matter to you whether the author is male or female when you’re deciding on a book? What if you’re unsure of the author’s gender?

I prefer to read books by female authors, especially if the main character is female, but I don’t really pay that much attention to who the author is when deciding on if I’m going to read a book or not.

5.  Ever read ahead? or have you ever read the last page way before you got there? 

Sometimes when I’m reading a scene with a lot of action or dialogue, I skim read it because I want to know what’s going to happen next, but I always go back after the scene and re-read the sentences I skimmed. I never read the last page first, though.

6.  Organized bookshelves, or outrageous bookshelves?

Organized shelves- Sometimes they can be a bit messy when I run out of space (I end up cramming books everywhere). They are currently organized by genre and then alphabetically by the author’s last name.

7.  Have you ever bought a book based on the cover (alone)?

Yes, 100%. I think most people have done that.

8. Take it outside to read, or stay in?

I do both. It obviously depends on the weather, but also on my mood. Some days I don’t want to get dressed up to go outside, so I stay in. Sometimes I can’t stand to be inside anymore so I go out to a nice park. I like both equally, though.

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That is all for this tag! I tag anyone who wants to do it- if you do, be sure to leave the link for me so I can check it out :) See you on Tuesday!

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ARCs I Own But Haven’t Read Yet

I’ll be the first to admit it- I am awful at reading ARCs before release day. Sometimes it’s not my fault because the publisher doesn’t approve/send it until just a few days before it’s published (not putting the blame on them either, it happens). But other times, I’m just not in the mood for a certain ARC, so I push it off until I don’t have the time to read it before it comes out.

However, I am so SO grateful for being given the opportunity to read and review early copies of some amazing books.

Today I thought I would share with you all which ARCs I own but haven’t read yet- some are very past pub date, but many were gifted to me by friends, so the publisher wasn’t expecting a review from me- I swear, I’m not a horrible blogger.

Netgalley:

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Wilder Girls by Rory Power: This one does not come out until July, so I have some time left to read it, and it is one that I am expecting to be a 4 or 5 star read. I am hoping to get to it in the next month!

100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons: I actually just got approved for this one a few days ago. It is a debut novel from Abbie who actually has a Youtube channel! That is how I found this book, and I was so excited that she chose me to ARC read it!

The Night Before by Wendy Walker: This came out this month, but because I had 2 other books to read for May, I fell a little behind. I am hoping to finish it ASAP and get my review up!

The Escape Room by Megan Goldin: This is another one that comes out in July, so, again, I have time to read it! I don’t know much about it other than the fact that it’s a thriller.

Instructions for a Funeral by David Means: This is a short story collection, I believe, that came out in March. I am behind on this one because I just wasn’t in the mood to read it. I feel awful about it, but hopefully I will get to it soon.

Surviving Myself by Dina Pestonji: I was in a strange nonfiction mood when I requested this one, but since then it has ended. That is why I have not gotten around to it yet.

Edelweiss:

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The Paper Wasp by Lauren Acampora: This also comes out in July, and it’s actually only the 2nd book I was approved for on Edelweiss. I have only requested a total of about 5 books on there because I’m not as familiar with it. However, I do want to get better at using it, and I plan to in the future.

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A Heart in a Body in the World by Deb Caletti: I got this at Bookcon last year, but I just never got around to reading it. I saw a few good reviews of it, so I do want to read it as soon as I get a chance.

The Year of Living Awkwardly by Emma Chastain: This was sent to me by the publisher, but I had never read the first book, so I couldn’t read this one before the pub date. However, I just recently read the first book, so I will be reading this one soon!

Dive Smack by Demetra Brodsky: This was one of a few books that I won in a giveaway, so I did not prioritize it. I know that eventually, I will read it, but I just haven’t been in the mood yet.

Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover: This book was sent to me by someone on Twitter, which was so nice! Eventually, I will read it, I’m just not sure when.

Broken Things by Lauren Oliver: This book is high on my TBR right now, and I do want to get to it soon. I’m pretty sure it’s a YA mystery/thriller, but aside from that, I don’t know too much.

The Impossibility of Us by Katy Upperman: This is another book I won in a giveaway (actually, the next few are all from the same giveaway).

Furyborn by Claire Legrand: The cover for this ARC is actually really cool and I’m obsessed with it, but I have to be in a specific mood to read fantasy.

The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke: Again, fantasy is something I don’t pick up very often.

Bright We Burn by Kiersten White: This book is actually the third in a series that I have not yet read, but I won it in a giveaway, so I will eventually read it. I’m just not sure when.

The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett: This is one of the first ARCs that was sent to me, and because I was excited for the opportunity, I accepted it without really thinking about if I would want to read it. I do want to at some point, but for now it is being held off (can you tell I’m a hoarder).

My Plain Jane by Cynthia Hand et al.: I Have not read the My Lady Jane, which is the first book in this series. You don’t have to read the first one in order to read the second,  but I want to follow publication order.

The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee: I have not yet read The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue, which is why I haven’t picked this one up yet.

From a Low and Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan: I won this in a giveaway by Ariel Bissett which was super cool. She had talked about one of his other books before which made me interested in this one. It’s a short book, but it’s just not a high priority right now.

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So that is it for my unread ARCs! How many unread ARCs do you have? Please leave a comment letting me know so I feel less alone! Anyways, see you next week!

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TBR Alphabet Tag // I’m back !

Hello loves! It’s been two weeks since my last post. I took an unexpected hiatus because school was taking over my life and I just didn’t have the time to dedicate to a post.

But I’m back to regular posting, so you can expect a new post (at least) once a week!

I saw this tag over on Wonderland of Books, and I wanted to do it myself because it looks like a lot of fun :)

Rules

  • Name a book title from your TBR for every letter of the alphabet (can exclude words like ‘the’ if need be) these must be books that you have physical/e-book copies of and not ones you intend on getting but haven’t yet.
  • Try and include different authors for every single one
  • At the bottom of your list put how many you could fill in (out of 26)
  • Tag other people to join in and link back to the person who tagged you!

A B C

D E F

G H I

J K L

M N O

P Q R

S T U

V W X

Y Z

 

Total: 21/26

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This is a pretty good number, I think! I scrolled through my “Owned TBR” shelf on Goodreads for a good 45 minutes trying to find them all! Out of 91 books, I think this is a good number.

I tag all of you who want to do this! It was a lot of fun :)

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More Pretty Book Covers! // Blogmas Day 24

It’s already day 24 of Blogmas! Merry Christmas Eve :)

I just wrote this post recently, but I have so many more book covers that I want to talk about, so here is part two!

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This cover is just so pretty to me because it’s simple and clean, but different. There’s just something about it that always catches my eye, even if I don’t necessarily think I’ll like the book. It was just done really well.

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I think everyone agrees that this is a nice book cover. The gold compliments the flowers so nicely, and makes it pop. I am usually fan of simple covers, but I love how this one looks a lot.

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The reason that I love this one so much is because I didn’t even notice that the “mountain” in the back is a face. It’s just so subtle and nice. I’m obsessed with it.

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This cover. I don’t even know where to begin. It is gorgeous. Jellyfish are my favorite sea creatures, so this definitely caught my eye from the beginning. Also, the background is so nice and I love the font of the title.

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This has been one of my favorite book covers ever for a long time because it’s just so aesthetically pleasing. If I wrote a book, this is the type of cover I would want. Unfortunately, I did not enjoy the book as much. The cover makes up for it a little bit.

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Once again, Merry Christmas Eve! I’ll see you guys for the last day of Blogmas tomorrow! Enjoy the holidays :)

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Top 5 Favorite Book Covers // Blogmas Day 18

Happy Tuesday! I finished my last final today, and I’m finally back at home! I will have so much more time for reading/writing/blogging for the next 5 weeks, and I’m so happy about that.

Today I want to talk about some of my favorite book covers because I am all about aesthetic. I am very particular about book covers, and I definitely have a style that I prefer over others.

Here are some of my five favorites (although there are so many more- i will definitely do a part 2!).

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This first cover is one that I do not own unfortunately, but I am absolutely obsessed with. It’s pretty simple, but the vibe I get from it is so nice. It is so aesthetically pleasing, and I am just obsessed with it, okay?

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I thought this cover was absolutely gorgeous the day I got it, and I am still obsessed with it! In person it is really shiny and reflective, which adds even more to it! The U.K. cover is also so amazing, and so are the other books in the trilogy. The little details all come together so nicely, and the font of the title fits so well.

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THIS BOOK IS SO GORGEOUS!!! In person, the entire thing is glittery and so pretty! I am so in love with it. It’s literally the tiniest book ever but just so so stunning. Unfortunately, this was not a favorite of mine writing wise, but the cover makes up for that a little bit.

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Okay, can we talk about this cover? How beautiful is this?? This is definitely one of my favorite books of the year, and I think the cover definitely added so much to this story. It fits so, so well with the book. I think it captures the beautiful writing of this story so well.

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This cover was just revealed today and I’m already in love with it! The design is so sleek yet I feel like it captures the books essence perfectly (even though I have not read it yet). It just seems really fitting, and I am in love with it! I am going to buy a copy ASAP, and you all should, too :)

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What are some of your favorite book covers? Be sure to let me know in the comments :)

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