Sunday, April 30, 2017

Review: Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold (Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency Series Book 1) by Iain Reading + Interview

Rating: PG
Genre: Mystery
Score: ❤❤❤❤ 1/2
Page Count: 336
Book #1 of the Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency Series
Publisher: CreateSpace
Published: November 30th, 2012

Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold is the thrilling first installment in a new series of adventure mystery stories that are one part travel, one part history and five parts adventure. This first book of the Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency Series introduces Kitty Hawk, an intrepid teenage pilot with her own De Havilland Beaver seaplane and a nose for mystery and intrigue. A cross between Amelia Earhart, Nancy Drew and Pippi Longstocking, Kitty is a quirky young heroine with boundless curiosity and a knack for getting herself into all kinds of precarious situations.

After leaving her home in the western Canadian fishing village of Tofino to spend the summer in Alaska studying humpback whales Kitty finds herself caught up in an unforgettable adventure involving stolen gold, devious criminals, ghostly shipwrecks, and bone-chilling curses. Kitty's adventure begins with the lingering mystery of a sunken ship called the Clara Nevada and as the plot continues to unfold this spirited story will have armchair explorers and amateur detectives alike anxiously following every twist and turn as they are swept along through the history of the Klondike Gold Rush to a suspenseful final climatic chase across the rugged terrain of Canada's Yukon, the harsh land made famous in the stories and poems of such writers as Jack London, Robert Service and Pierre Berton. It is a riveting tale that brings to glorious life the landscape and history of Alaska's inside passage and Canada's Yukon, as Kitty is caught up in an epic mystery set against the backdrop of the scenery of the Klondike Gold Rush.

Review:
PROS:
1. First off, a HUGE thank you to the author and Kelsey Butts for sending me an e-copy of this book in exchange for an HONEST review! I was pretty excited to read this book since I was a little in the mood for a mystery but also something a little more fun and nothing heavy. It's actually a little difficult to find that type of mystery book that isn't too juvenile for my personal reading taste. I enjoy middle-grade books, don't get me wrong there. However, I find that I'm beginning to lose patience with them a little quicker as I get older. Right off the bat, Kitty Hawk was able to grip my attention and I'm so glad it did. Here's my review: 

2. Kitty Hawk really gripped me because of the big presence her character has from the very first page. There was no mistaking that she was the adventurous type and didn't at all let fear or worry stop her from taking on another adventure that would be seen as risky or even dangerous. At the same time, she wasn't an adrenaline junky, rather, she thought and planned out every trip down to the very last detail to be better prepared for a safe journey and be ready for any emergency that might arise. She was very smart and quick thinking, a problem solver and very confident in her ability to handle herself when in danger. She reminded me a lot of Nancy Drew meets Agent Carter and I loved that about her character. 

3. The story was a fun adventure to read about. It had a classic feel to it set in the present day which gave it a unique tone. At times, I imagined the book playing out in the time of Amelia Earheart and had to remind myself that Kitty Hawk's travels take place in the time of laptops and smartphones. I loved that it had an old school tone to it, however, as it made it so interesting and fun to read. It was refreshing to read and I don't have a problem with recommending this novel at all. You if you want just a nice, funny and relaxing adventurous read, please consider Kitty Hawk. You won't be disappointed.

4. The only real "problems" I had with the book would be that it did get a little info-dumpy at some points, although it wasn't too bad as it only happened a few times throughout the book but it was something I had to take note of for my review. I also thought some of the flashbacks felt a little disjointed from the story and it didn't provide a smooth transition back into the story once it was over. Had those two things been tweaked a little, I would totally have given this book a full five stars. 

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Iain Reading is passionate about root beer, music, and writing. He is Canadian but currently resides in the Netherlands working for the United Nations. 

Iain is the author of the Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency Series, The Wizards of Waterfire Series, and the dragon of the month club. To Learn more, go to https://www.amazon.com/Iain-Reading/e/B00B0NGI6Q/

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW:

1. What inspired you to write the story of Kitty Hawk?

It was the character herself that inspired me.  I loved (and still love) the idea of a female teenaged pilot named Kitty Hawk who has the courage and ambition to embark on an around-the-world adventure to discover everything she possibly can about this planet we live on.  Truth be told I am a bit jealous of Kitty Hawk's adventures.  I mean, who wouldn't want to fly their own plane around the world and experience that kind of freedom?

2. What factors went into play when writing and planning Kitty Hawk's character?

I was very lucky when writing and planning Kitty Hawk's character because she was one that essentially "wrote herself".  Once I had the most basic idea of who she was and what she could do, the rest of it just fell into place.  That isn't to say that I haven't learned more and more about her as her travels have taken her from place to place, but it was always amazing to me how real she always was and how little work it was to "create" her - I think because she was already always there, waiting.  But even so, I will admit that it took me a while to really find her voice.  Her thoughts and actions and motivations were always there, but it took me a while to find her voice in describing those to other people.  (The books are in first person, you see....)

3. Were there any other big influences besides Jack London that inspired you to write Kitty Hawk's adventure?

In some ways I am a bit like Kitty Hawk myself, in the sense that I love travel and I love to see amazing beautiful places.  I don't get to fly to them in my own plane like Kitty Hawk does, but I still love to see them.  Kitty Hawk's first adventure in Alaska and the Yukon was also very much inspired by the powerful raw beauty of those places when you experience them for yourself.  This is true of any Kitty Hawk book as well.  The places in the books are as much characters as anything else.  And those places influence the story and almost write it for me.

4. Which of the characters do you most relate to in the book?

As much as I would like to relate to Charlie and be exactly like him, I have to say that Kitty Hawk herself is probably the one I relate to the most.  Not that I directly relate to her and see myself in her, but more like I relate to her motivations and thoughts and decisions.  She also thinks and says funny things that make me laugh.

5. Kitty Hawk has a habit of following in the footsteps of Amelia Earhart and Jack London. Is there a famous adventure you would love to take on if you could?

I have always been fascinated by the tales of George Mallory and Andrew Irvine's attempt to climb Mount Everest, which is strange because the urge to climb mountains is something that I really don't understand the appeal of.  But Everest, with its summit poking up into the jetstream, has always fascinated me.
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Monday, April 17, 2017

Review: Alone In Paris by Ashley Earley + GIVEAWAY! (CLOSED)


Hello, everyone! I'm super excited to bring you guys my stop on the blog tour for ALONE IN PARIS by Ashley Earley hosted by THE FANTASTIC FLYING BOOK CLUB. I'm so happy I got the chance to read and review this novel and be a part of this blog tour so let's not dilly dally too much.

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of this blog tour.

Down below is my full review of this book, the author's links, the link to the rest of the blog tour (which you should really check out), the purcahse links for the book should you fancy buying yourself a copy, and finally, a GIVEAWAY! 

NOTE: The giveaway is taking place over on the author's Instagram page which I've linked down below.
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Rating: PG
Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5 stars
Page Count: 310
Stand Alone
Publisher: CreateSpace
Published: April 1st, 2017

Breathe, Taylor.

Taylor Clay's family isn't exactly perfect. They may look the part with the nice, big house and her dad's fancy job, but that's what's tearing them apart. That, and her dad's sudden recurring drinking problem.
Though her family is close to falling apart, she never wished for something like this to happen. She never wished for her father to drive off a bridge. Especially not while they were on vacation; especially not when her and her mom were in the car with him at the time.

Breathe.

She's devastated after the fact. And it isn't helping that the papers are gossiping about how the pristine lawyer could have driven off the bridge on purpose. And just when she thinks nothing could possibly make things worse, she realizes she's left alone with no relatives to care for her.
So she's alone. Her parents are dead. And she's stuck in the country her family was visiting for their vacation. She's alone in Paris.

Just breathe.
Then Nathan walks into the picture. Funny, snarky, persistent, and sometimes, just flat out rude, he annoys Taylor to no end. He won't leave her alone, but Taylor doesn't know whether or not she should push him away.

Review:
PROS:
1. So . . . that cover. If I hadn't known about the author for some time, the cover would've been enough to get me curious about this novel. I've actually known Ashley for a little while now as we've been Instagram buddies for almost a couple of years. I have no idea how I came across her books and writing but I've been meaning to read her other novel The Darkest Light ever since it's release. It's been collecting dust on my tablet (I tend to forget eBooks are a thing) so when the chance came to review Ashley's newest novel, I couldn't turn down the chance. I was SO EXCITED when I got a confirmation for my spot on the tour, I can't even describe it to you all in words. Having finally been able to read something written by her, I promise my review is NOT biased. Just getting that out there. Okay, here's my review: 

2. As I said, that cover. Upon actually reading the book, I was hooked from the very first page. Our main character Taylor is a girl living all alone with no friends, relatives, or anyone at all to care for her and watch over her in the way that a young girl needs to be taken care of. She's lived on her own for a little while and trusts no one with her secrets or in general. She's not sure where she's going, how or when she'll get there, but she's very closed off from people and doesn't interact with anyone if she can help it. Taylor learns throughout the book how to open up to people, learn to trust people again even if it's just one person, and that life wasn't meant to be lived alone drowning in a pain that she can only escape with someone's help. As an aspiring artist, Taylor is a shy, quiet, and observant character which made her very easy to relate to as the story progresses. Not to mention her character development was quite nice and had a good pace.

3. The story was really deep at some points and very fluffy at others but had a good balance of both. There was a constant underlying tone to the book that kept it from being too heavy or too light and for it to be such a quick, short read, I was impressed with the range of emotions and themes we get in its short pages. Trust and grief are two main themes that we see. Taylor isn't sure if she should trust anyone, let alone a stranger who seems to show too much interest in her for her own comfort and is in a constant roller coaster of grief, pain, and even suicidal thoughts as she struggles to move past the pain of losing her parents. Taylor fights a silent war inside herself and as the story pans out, we get to see her thoughts and deepest, darkest fears and worries as she wonders if her life will ever be different from the aching pain she feels every day.

4. The romance was very sweet and had a very nice development, though I would've liked a little more time for the relationship to develop to allow for just a tad bit more angst. This story is also very character driven which I loved. There wasn't much setting to the book or description of the sights, other than a mention of a few places to set the story up in Paris, France, so if you're looking for a quick read that cuts to the chase and doesn't focus too much on setting, I highly suggest this one. It had just enough set up to place the story in Paris and focused mainly on the characters which was a big reason why I enjoyed this book so much. Overall, I really loved reading this one. It was fast, sweet, heartbreaking yet funny and quirky at the same time. A perfect summer read that I think a lot of people would totally enjoy as much as I did. 

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Ashley Earley is a 20-year-old author that is working toward her B.A. in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing. When she’s not writing, she’s posting on her blog, reading, obsessing over a book character, or spending time with friends. Her obsession with books started at the age of twelve, before developing into a love for writing at the age of fourteen, when she wrote her first novel. 

Her Thriller/Suspense short story, Chasing Hair of Gold, won first place in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards.




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Monday, April 10, 2017

Review: The Slope Rules by Melanie Hooyenga + GIVEAWAY! (CLOSED)


Hello, everybody! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Slope Rules by Melanie Hooyenga hosted by YA Bound Book Tours and I'm really pumped to bring you guys my review for this lovely novel!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of this blog tour.

Down below is my review for the book, links to where you can purchase a copy of the book for yourself, the author's links as well the link to the rest of the blog tour and finally, the GIVEAWAY! Read on, bookworms!
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Genre: Sports, Contemporary
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Page Count: 350
Stand Alone
Publisher: Left Handed Mitten Publications
Published: February 24th, 2017

Fifteen-year old Cally accepted her fate as one of the guys, so when she meets Blake, a hot snowboarder who sees her for more than her aerials on the slopes, she falls fast and hard. But their romance can only last as long as vacation.

Or so she thinks.

A twist of fate—well, her Dad opening another brewery in a new town—lands her in Blake’s school, but the charismatic boy she fell for wants nothing to do with her, and worse, the Snow Bunnies, the popular clique, claim her as their newest recruit.

Cally must learn to be true to herself—all while landing a spot on the ski team and figuring out who she is without her old friends. And when she finds out what Blake is hiding, she learns the rules on the slopes apply to more than just skiing.

Review:
PROS:
1. I'm just going to jump right into reviewing this book because it deserves some love. The first thing I loved about this book was that it had me hooked from beginning to end. Normally, it takes a couple of chapters to really get me hooked and dedicated to whatever is happening in a novel but this one had my attention from the first page. I thought Cally was a very genuine, sweet character that didn't let people control her. She wasn't a follower even when she ends up befriending a group of popular kids in her new school. She remained true to herself while also learning to open up to people about the things she was dealing with such as first loves, friendships, grief and sadness over moving to a new town and starting over with her father and his new business.

2. The themes of Cally still mourning her mother are a nice overlay on the story itself, never feeling too heavy or depressing enough to create a stark contrast to the upbeat and fluffy feel of the book. Cally still struggles with missing her mother even after all the years that she's been gone and has to kind of figure things out for herself and learn from past memories of her mother to help her make decisions, get through the rough patches and handle new experiences.

3. This book also has a lot of drama happening within its pages so if that doesn't suit your tastes, maybe think twice about reading it just to make sure it's the right read for you. Personally, it was an entertaining sort of drama for me, the usual high school drama that deals with cliques, jealousy, and not following the status quo that social high-school life calls for. Cally is her own person and while that doesn't settle well with a couple of her new "friends", she remains focused constantly on her love and passion for snowboarding. Cally knows what she wants and isn't willing to let people stop her or get in the way of her love for the sport which I found to be a really admirable trait for her character.

Love GIF - Find & Share on GIPHY 4. The book is your typical fluffy-soft-cutesy high-school romance book that does get a little cheesy at times but I didn't mind it so much. It was adorable and I couldn't help but love it. The story doesn't just put all of its focus on the two love birds, however, but also shines the spotlight on building that relationship by showing how the two characters interact, support each other, talk through their darkest secrets, and learn to trust each other enough to open up. The characters were really well developed, the book had a satisfying ending and left me with all the feels, not to mention I flew through it. Just yes. 

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Melanie Hooyenga first started writing as a teenager and finds she still relates best to that age group. She has lived in Washington DC, Chicago, and Mexico, but has finally settled down in her home state of Michigan.

When not at her day job as the Communications Director at a nonprofit, you can find Melanie attempting to wrangle her Miniature Schnauzer Owen and playing every sport imaginable with her husband Jeremy.
 



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Saturday, April 8, 2017

Review: Kate Triumph by Shari Arnold

Rating: PG
Genre: Fantasy
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Page Count: 288
Stand Alone
Publisher: CreateSpace
Published: October 14th, 2014

Normal is so overrated. At least that's what seventeen-year-old Kate Triumph tells herself everyday. But the truth is she lives in constant fear that someone will discover how not normal she really is. With her startling speed and her unusual ability to heal, Kate believes she's something of a freak.

Then Andrew Shore arrives.

He claims he's her father, sticks around for a few days and leaves her a plane ticket. “Come to Mercer Island,” he says. “Give me a chance to get to know you.” Soon Kate is floundering in a world of new: new address, new car, new high school and, of course, new father. Not to mention Zack, her intriguing new neighbor, who makes her want to abandon her steadfast rule of never allowing anyone to get too close. But when she discovers someone is trying to kill her, life for Kate gets a bit more complicated. And a lot less normal.
 

Review:
PROS:
1. First off, I would like to thank The Fantastic Flying Book Club for the digital review copy! I'm just going to jump straight into this book review because I'm seriously super excited to have been able to review it for you all. No more lollygagging! Here's the review:

2. I really loved Kate's character from the beginning. She was a strong and unique character who faced her fears and reality head on without making a sob-fest out of everything. She had no time for drama or the water-works even when the situation might have warranted a tear or two and I really loved that. It kept Kate's character from coming off as too juvenile and too sensitive, which more than likely would've gotten on my nerves after a while. Because she didn't let her emotions get to her, she was able to keep a clear head and didn't linger on past mistakes and regrets. 

3. I also loved how the book's ending catches you a little by surprise. I was about halfway through the book and it felt like it would need at least another two hundred pages to flesh everything out and give a great ending versus the small 200+ pages that tells the entire story. I was pleasantly surprised by how well the book wrapped up even though the book is quite short. It was able to deliver an ending that I was very satisfied with, not leaving me with a HUGE cliffhanger but still leaving it open should the author decide to revisit the story of Kate Triumph in a sequel. 

4. The book was funny, quirky exciting, action-packed and fast-paced laced with a little bit of romance and cool fighting and car-chasing scenes that kept me entertained until the very end. For this to be the first published work from the author, I can't wait to see what else the author has up her sleeve. Based on what I've gathered after reading Kate Triumph, I'd say Shari Arnold better give me another novel ASAP. She wrote a great cast of characters that had really great chemistry, wrote a strong female lead who didn't need fancy weapons to show her strength, and provided a short yet entertaining read that I'm so happy I was able to pick up.  

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Shari Arnold grew up in California and Utah but now resides in Connecticut, with her husband and two kids, where she finds it difficult to trust a beach without waves. She writes Young Adult fiction because it's her favorite. And occasionally she takes photographs. 

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Friday, April 7, 2017

Book Blitz: Twisted Beauty by Kristen Flood

Hello, everybody! Today I have a fun little book blitz for you all to let you all know about a neat new book that's been brought to my attention. Special thanks to Sage from Sage's Blog Tours for hosting! I hope y'all enjoy!
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THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN LOSING EVERYTHING . . . 
IS FORGETTING WHAT YOU LOST. 

KRISTEN FLOOD, 
author of Seeking Incandescence and The Museum, pens a riveting adult romance with a poignant examination of love, identity, and forgiveness. 

THE BEAST 
Once the powerful prince of Renol, William is a shell of the man he once was. Living under the curse of a powerful witch, William has spent 100 years making deals on her behalf and mourning the loss of his first love. 

THE BEAUTY 
Belle has spent her life confined within the limits of her city, Paylor, and is now bound to a man she does not love. When she dares to venture outside the city's gates in search of something she's lost, she finds more than she ever expected. 

As Belle and William embark on a journey of love and mourning, passion and forgiveness, they discover that sometimes what we lose isn't as important as what we find.

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Monday, April 3, 2017

Review: Finding Molly, Volume 1: An Adventure in Catsitting by Justine Prado + GIVEAWAY! (CLOSED)


Hello, everybody! I'm super excited to bring you guys my stop on the blog tour for FINDING MOLLY: AN ADVENTURE IN CAT SITTING by Justine Prado hosted by YA Bound Book Tours! I always get giddy about graphic novels so this one has me a little on cloud nine.

I recieved an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of this blog tour.

Down below you'll find my full review of the graphic novel, the author and illustrator bios as well as the link to the rest of the blog tour, and finally, a GIVEAWAY! Stay tuned! Read on, bookworms!
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Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting: A Graphic Novel for Artists and Cat Lovers by [Prado, Justine]
Rating: PG
Genre: Graphic Novel
Score: ❤❤❤❤❤
Page Count: 170
Book #1 of the Finding Molly series
Publisher: Self-published
Published: December 2016

Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting is a graphic novel about Molly Sanchez-Talebi, an unemployed art school grad who hesitantly starts catsitting to pay the bills. She dreams of breaking out of suburbia and her artistic rut, but she has a lot of self-discovery to do before that happens. The comic follows her funny misadventures as she learns that maybe these (sometimes) friendly felines are just what she needs to get her life on track.

Review:
PROS:
1. I love reading graphic novels as I've said a million times before but I'll say it again. I was pretty excited when I first saw the chance to review this book and I was even more giddy about reading it. What can I say? I'm a sucker for pretty pictures. There were quite a few things that I really loved about this graphic novel and I'm excited to tell you guys all about why you should read this book ASAP. Here's the review:

2. The first thing that caught my attention about this graphic novel is that it's actually a web-comic which had a kickstarter going on to get it in print (which it succeeded at). I love finding indie gems like this one and reading new material that differs from a lot of other books I've read in the past. This was no exception. Another thing that I really loved about this graphic novel was how diverse it was, how different it was from not only graphic novels but reading material in general. Let me break down a little more.

3. First off, the book follows Molly who is our main character and has a very unique and memorable image. She's a college student working for free at a local bookstore, is a struggling starving artist with no money, wanting to move out to a place of her own and finds herself very uninspired in her artwork, catsitting to get by alive and trying to figure everything out for herself. She's a young, Hispanic girl without a stick-figure body type and even though she gets a lot of things wrong and makes mistake after mistake with trying to figure her life out, she keeps trying. I really admired her character and drive that she had, her non-cookie-cutter image and how she deals with everyday frustrations and worries. She really learns some valuable lessons when it comes to relationships, friendships, the struggles of having a somewhat unsteady job and trying to get her art career up and going in some way.

4. The graphic novel had such beautiful colors and a very fun artistic style to it that was so pleasing to the eye and went so well with the funny-upbeat-quirky storyline that made it really fun to read. I would love to have a physical copy of the graphic novel one of these days since I feel like the illustrations would pop a lot more than they did on my eReader app that I used to read the book on. It was a vibrant color pallet that I really loved and it kind of inspired me to get some sketching done and try doing a more vibrant art piece for fun to loosen up. Yes, I'm an art nerd and an "artist" (I use the artist term loosely since I haven't sketched anything in over two months) so I feel like I related to Molly a lot more because of that. She understood my pain, OKAY. 

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Saturday, April 1, 2017

March Book Haul and Wrap-Up!


Let me explain. So, this month, I kind of sort of went a tiny bit crazy with the book buying. And the CD buying. And clothing buying but this isn't a fashion blog so we won't talk about that little tid bit. Anyhoo, I ended up purchasing a lot more books and CD's than I originally planned to this month but I blame the world for that. It isn't my fault that literally everything decided to release in March,

My poor little wallet was having trouble keeping up with everything exciting.

Anyhoo, I'm not one to spend my money like crazy. I typically am very good at saving my money and tend to use coupons for everything and sniff out sales like a bloodhound. Just because I like buying books doesn't mean that I don't search around online first for a cheaper price. Because I do. For everything. Let's just get on with the book haul and wrap-up, shall we? Okay bye.
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Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting #1 by Justine Prado
Silent by David Mellon
Melody's Key by Dallas Coryell
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BOUGHT BOOKS:
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The Zookeeper's Wife: A War Story by Diane Ackerman - Target - $10
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton - Barnes & Noble - $10
The Art of Lainey (The Art of Lainey #1) by Paula Stokes - Dollar Store - $1
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews - Half Price Books - $3
The Possibility of Now by Kim Culbertson - Half Price Books - $3
Lord of the Flies by William Golding - Half Price Books - $4
Briar Rose (The Fairy Tale Series) by Jane Yolen - Thrift Books - $3.50
Don't Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout - Thrift Books - $3.50
We'll Never Be Apart by Emiko Jean - Thrift Books - $3.50
RoseBlood by A.G. Howard - Half Price Books - $15
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer #1) by Michelle Hodkin  - Half Price Books - $5
Punkzilla by Adam Rapp - Half Price Books - $4
Being Sloane Jacobs by Lauren Morrill - Dollar Store - $1
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The Secret Life of Anna Blanc by Jennifer Kincheloe
Agoraphobic: Inside Out by Sara Secora
The Shack by William Paul Young
Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold (Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency #1) by Iain Reading
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DIGITAL DOWNLOADS:

SOLO by Jay Park feat. Hoody - Google Play - $1.29
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CD'S/ALBUMS:

Flight Log: Turbulence by GOT7 -Amazon- $24
Side A by Christina Grimmie -Google Play- $5
B.A.P The First Album Repackaged by B.A.P -Half Price Books- $19
Flight Log: Arrival by GOT7 -Amazon- $26
So Good by Zara Larson -Target- $13
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So, that's it for the book haul and CD haul for the month of March! I promise I won't go as crazy with the book buying in April but nothing is set in stone. Don't quote me on it. Read on, bookworms! See you in the next chapter!

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