It’s Wednesday and book bloggers know what happens when it’s Wednesday. It’s time for Top 5 Wednesday! T5W is a weekly meme created by gingerreadslainey and you can follow them in their Goodreads group by clicking the link.
This week’s topic is :
Books You Wish Had Sequels
— Standalones that you wish had a sequel or the last book in the series that you wish wasn’t the last.
I do read a lot of standalones and I have loads of books that I wish the author would give a sequel to, but here’s the top 5 in my list.
1 . Tiger Lily : If you have read Tiger Lily, you know that the ending was superbly amazing and it was perfect. But let’s be real, no matter how much we all love the ending, a part of us is still hoping to know more about Peter, Tiger Lily and Tinkerbell.
2. Dangerous Girls: This is the kind of book that needs a sequel wherein instead of a continuation of the story, we’ll get a story narrated by the heroine’s best friend.
3. Don’t Get Caught: How to say this without spoiling anything? The story ended in way that the readers know there will be a clash of wits in the future between *toot* and *toot*. If you have read this book,you know that those pranks made by the characters are pure genius and I want to know more about it.
4.Uprooted: BEST DAMN STANDALONE FANTASY that I’ve read so far. Usually, a book with a genre like this needs to have a sequel to be really good. Uprooted is different. It put the other fantasy book in shame. And the only reason why I want to have a sequel is because I want to know more about Agnieszka and the Dragon’s story. I’m not choosy. I’ll be satisfied with a novella with 150+ pages.
5. Eleanor and Park: Raise your bloody hand if you want Eleanor and Park’s love story to continue.
What’s your Top 5 books?Feel free to share or send me the link to check it out!
It’s been awhile since I posted a Duly Quoted post and this time, I’m going to feature one of the most beautiful quotes that I saw on Tumblr. Do check out Poemsforpersephone to see more awesome poems and thoughts. ♥
when icarus fell
apollo caught him
before he hit the sea,
arms as warm as the sun,
art by Gabriel Picolo
when ariadne cast the rope
across a broken branch
aphrodite stepped in
with a reminder that this,
this is not the kind of love
you die for.
was ready for war
ares appeared with a smile
and said “you win well when you win,
but what are you unwilling
to lose if you lose?”
and achilles knew the answer.
if you could
retell the tale wouldn’t you want
to tell it kinder? wouldn’t you
want to give them peace, even love,
where you could?
Hope ya’ll got a lovely day.
Another month,another meme.
For our monthly Author Appreciation post(where we feature an author who is inspiring not just because they wrote a book but because they’re a decent human being) we are featuring J. K. Rowling, first of her name, Queen of awesomeness, author of the beloved Harry Potter series, all time decent person and mother of the Wizarding World. Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to do this post ever since I began my blogging life and now I can finally do it. Author Appreciation post is the monthly meme that aims to appreciate certain authors who are amazing not just being an author, but also as a person. Continue reading
Hey guys, today I’m doing another top 5 Wednesday post. 🙂 As always, t5w was created by gingerreadslainey on youtube. You can join the GR’s group for topics and more here. This week’s topic is your top 5 rainy day reads. I interpret rainy day reads as books that are “must-read-in-one-sitting”, or more melancholy/thought provoking books that reflect the weather. But that’s me.
It’s been awhile since I posted the Duly Quoted of the week. For this Wednesday, I’ll post something that I saw on Pinterest (btw, I’m so active there, so like follow me and I’ll follow ya too).
Now that I’m done with my shameless self-advertisement, this is the quote of the week.
I’m really not a fan of Neil Gaiman books. I don’t know why. He’s an amazing author and his works are interesting but I just can’t get into his books.Sorry!
Are you a fan of Gaiman? If yes, what are your favorite books/quotes? Feel free to share! I might read them and change my mind about him. ♥
Hello my beautiful pancakes. It’s been awhile since I posted and I miss ya’ll. This is my first monthly wrap-up and I usually don’t do this post because compiling the books that I read for the whole month is a bit of a hassle. But I feel like doing this one so here I am. 🙂
I’ve read *checks Goodreads* 22 books for this month. Don’t judge. I didn’t include the DNFs because the point that I dnfed them is enough.
I know it’s not Christmas but I just want to share this.I’m a sucker for sad, emotional videos so when I saw this one on Buzzfeed, I watched it.
Needless to say, don’t watch it if you’re wearing mascara like I do..
Look, I know you’re kinda tired of seeing my name these days. I promise, Yasmin would be back soon and she’ll start posting again in our blog. But in the meantime, here’s the Duly Quoted Post of the week. I remember reblogging this post in tumblr and I want to share this one to you.
Book traveling Thursday is a weekly book meme hosted by Catia and Danielle. In short, there is a topic, and you chose a book for it, then show editions from around the world of that book. So, this weeks topic is an underhyped book. I chose The False Prince by Jenifer A. Nielsen. (this book is fairly popular, but I still think it deserves more hype than it receives. i’m sure quite a few people reading this will recognize it.)
Indonesian version (at least I think so):
Okay that’s it! If you have any corrections, please feel free to tell me! This was all based off of Goodreads/google translate haha. Hope you liked this post
Leave a comment about an underhyped book you loved. Share the love 🙂