Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Blogger Life: Book Haul (#2)

I knew that blogging would be hard, but I never expected it to be THIS hard.

I knew that book bloggers not only had to balance their normal, everyday lives with their blogging life, but I never knew that finding that balance would be such a struggle.

For example, I just finished reading Shelter by Harlan Coben (expect the review really soon guys), but to finish that book I had to give up studying for the economics test that I had today (I really don't wanna know how I did on that test). And last week, I finished Daughter of Smoke & Bone but I had to read it EVERYWHERE just to get it done on Friday. So you see, it's really hard to find that balance at first.

But on the bright side, I have A LOT of books ready to read & review!

I got Seconds Away (the sequel to Shelter) by Harlan Coben (which I'm finishing tonight), Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare, Incarceron by Catherine Fisher, Fury by Elizabeth Miles and The Lucy Variations by Sarah Zarr.

I even got this e-book from NetGalley:


I have so much homework to do, so many books to read and review, but so little time. Hopefully I'll find a way to make it all work, especially since I'll be tutoring science every week starting next week.

Oh and I'll be posting reviews for The Almost Truth by Eileen Cook, United We Spy by Ally Carter (cue hysterical sobbing), and Shelter by Harlan Coben.

And this Friday, I will be starting Fangirl Friday up once again, and I will be featuring Jost Bell from the Crewel books by Gennifer Albin! Isn't that cool? (And if you don't know what Crewel is, you should seriously read it! It's amazing! I have a review of the book here in my blog, which you can find in the archive section!).

Now, to do my homework! Have a great Tuesday guys!


  1. Right?! Homework is a pain in general but especially when it gets in the way of blogging. I also just bought Incarceron a few days ago and am looking forward to reading it!

    1. I can't wait either! :) I probably will be able to finish some of these books by the end of this weekend. There's this other book called Chosen by Ted Dekker that I really want to read as well, but I have soooo much going on! I'm just happy it's almost Thanksgiving, so I can get A LOT of reading done!