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All Good Things

Writer, reader and navel gazer. Huge fan of YA and paranormal romance. Writing is important, but an exciting story and well-developed characters will win me over every time. Unbound is my debut novel in the series All Good Things.

My TBR Pile

I don't have a lot of free time these days. What free time I do have is split between reading, writing, and catching up on a few of my favourite TV shows (hello, TVD). Lately, it seems that writing and promoting Unbound has taken up a greater share of the time pie than usual and there are so many amazing books I can't wait to get my hands on. I'm hoping to spend a good portion of my holidays with my nose stuck in many of these titles. 

1. World After by Susan Ee. Have you read Angelfall yet? Please tell me you have. Penryn and Raffe are fast becoming my OTP. 

2. The Iron King by Julie Kagwa. Have no idea why I haven't picked this up yet. So many great reviews. 

3. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. I loved Fangirl. I'm hoping I will love E & P just as much. Everyone else has so my hopes are quite high.

4. Covenant Series by JL Armentrout. Another series that seems to have fallen outside of my radar. I love finding a great series that has so many books written. It means I can go back to back. 

5. Unteachable by Leah Raeder. If the reviews are to be believed, I'll need to make sure to start this when I don't have to get up early the next morning. This has "stay up all night" written all over it. 

6. Dare You To and Crash into You by Katie McGarry. Pushing the Limits was one of my favourite contemporary picks of 2013. I've been trying to avoid all of the gushing on goodreads so as not to spoil my experience with these two. 

7. Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo. This was a fun summer read. I'm hoping for good things from the sequel. 

8. The Fault in our Stars by John Green. I know, right? I'm like the last person on earth to read this book. 

9. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld. Great write up. I'm intrigued. 

10. Allegiant by Veronica Roth. I haven't been put off too badly by the sh-t storm surrounding the last book. Not expecting much but I'm too stubborn to leave the series unfinished. 

 

*Wait! I just realized that I've left off These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman. Consider this one added.