June Book Wrap Up!

Books Pledged to Read in 2015:

150

Am I On Track: 

6 books behind. Not even stressing. I’ve been writing SO much and so its hard to be mad that I’m not reading when I’m writing so much :)

Books Read So Far: 

68

Total Books For June: 

9

The Perfect Game

15783307

Rule

17866388

Scorched

18045624

I can’t even begin to explain the impact that this book had on me. Seriously. It blew my mind and it drove me to get help for myself. To read more about it, treatment check out my open letter to JLA here

Coming in from the Cold

24917521

One Week Girlfriend

17202452

The Fill-In Boyfriend

18660447

Signs Point to Yes (ARC)

24464110

Tonight the Streets Are Ours (ARC)

23310761

Jet

17866389

*****

SO MUCH NA!

LOL

How did you do this month? Any book recommendations? Share them in the comments!!

May Book Wrap Up!

Books Pledged to Read in 2015:

150

Am I On Track: 

2 books behind. This seems to be the trend every month..

Books Read So Far: 

59

Total Books For May: 

12

The Heir

22918050

Saint Anything

23009402

Pucked

24504274

Scoring Wilder

21843117

Be With Me

17558817

Stay With Me

19501672

Fall With Me

20980781

The Proposal

21491442

Trust In Me

17860217

Frigid

16122034

PS I Still Love You

20698530

The White Rose

24585267

All Lined Up (Re-Read)

18505845

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How was your May?!

August Book Wrap Up!

Books Pledged to Read in 2014:

150 Books

Am I On Track: 

Yes! But barely so. I was in a slump this month.

Books Read So Far: 

100

Total Books For August: 

11 books: 5 rereads and 6 new reads

Remember, ampoule as always, search to click the book title in order to read the review!

Number the Stars (Re-Read)

47281

Falling Into Place

18163646

Opposition

13644055

This Lullaby (Re-Read)

22205

Love and Other Unknown Variables

20757521

If I Stay (Re-Read)

6990472

Where She Went (Re-Read)

8492825

100 Sideways Miles (Re-Read)

20493997

I Want It That Way 

20945757

Black Ice (ARC)

16059938

Isla and the Happily Ever After 

9627755

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