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17 year old avid reader who loves everything bookish and has read 400+ books. She is also a hopeless romantic who spends most of her time writing poetry and pining for her own Mr. Darcy.

New Widget and More Book Information

Reblogged from BookLikes:

Books Are My Life

What really knocks me out is a book that, when you're all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it.

J.D. Salinger

Favorite book authors become readers' best friends - we get back to them in happy and hard times, we appreciate their words and love their works. Now you can show your best authors with Author Widget on your blog. 


New Author Widget is available in the Goodies tab. Select the author by inserting his/her name or author's ID, add widget's title and choose the number of books. Your author widget is ready. 


If the author is a BookLikes Author, the widget will also reveal author's blog on BookLikes. 


It's a great way of presenting your favorite writers and supporting authors whose works you love reading.


To add widget to your BookLikes blog copy the widget code and paste it in the personalization tab in the Widget Area. Remember to Save in the personalization tab. 






The book pop up has just receive a new book information: a series name. Now when browsing the books on Dashboard or on other reader's shelves you'll get a note whether the book is a part of the series and which position in series it holds.



Love's Reckoning

Love's Reckoning - Laura Frantz This book tore me into little pieces. Broke me. Then, took it's precious time piecing me back together. Words cannot explain how I feel right now. It was simply breathtaking, beautiful. A new favorite.
(review to come)

Undeniably Chosen

Undeniably Chosen - Shelly Crane O.M.G.
I feel like like I'm going to die waiting.

Beneath a Meth Moon

Beneath a Meth Moon - Jacqueline Woodson 3.5 stars

I was a little reluctant to pick up this book when I first saw it because it was a lot different from the genres I usually read. But I wanted to try something new, so I made a trip to the library and luckily, the book was there, like it was waiting for me all along lol.

So yeah, it's basically about laurel, a young girl who starts taking meth, a drug her boyfriend introduces her to. I really liked the author's writing style because it was really unique and I had never seen it done before.

What I didn't like was how the author kept switching it from present to past and it was done in a confusing way (not enough for me to lose interest, though) It's not really that big of a deal but it did confuse me for a bit cause I kept going back to see where it had stopped the last time we were in the past.

Overall, it was a good book and Moses was absolutely my favorite character, though he doesn't come in till like half the book.