Blog Tour: The Last Call by R.B. Hilliard

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Title: The Last Call
Series: MMG Series No. V
Author: RB Hilliard
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Suspense
Published: February 28, 2017
Welcome to The Last Call.
Where Max and Ellie finally get their end game and Gage and Piper reap the benefits from not letting go. 
Welcome to The Last Call.
Where Dillon and Isabella realize what one more time really means and Kurt and Joss are flipped right side up.
Welcome to The Last Call.
Where Cas and Sarah figure out how to keep it simple and Harry and Polly take a chance on love.
Welcome to The Last Call.
Where friends come together as family and family means everything.
Welcome to The Last Call.
Where new beginnings are just around the corner…

“The Last Call is EVERYTHING you want in a series finally” ~2 Girls Who Love Books


“The Last Call the best book I have read in ages, definite five star read.” ~Goodreads Review (Sara)


“The Last Call is an absolutely amazing way to end the MMG series!!! RB Hilliard has a way of drawing you into the story and feeling like you are a part of it!!” ~Goodreads Review (Vera)


Everyone cleared out around midnight. Before going to bed, I made my way upstairs to check on Cole and Mac. I was halfway downstairs when I heard the music. All I Want Is You. My heart skipped a million beats when I saw“Max waiting at the bottom landing in nothing but a sexy pair of pajama pants. He held his hand out. “Dance with me?” he asked. Years ago, in his tiny bedroom, not even two blocks away, he’d said those exact words to me. “We’ve never danced together, have we?” I asked. His lips turned up in a panty melting smile. “This is just the first of many, Ellison McLellan,” he answered, and pulled me into his arms. Max held me close as we danced our way through the song. 


RB Hilliard lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband and two children. Her love of the written word led her to pursue a degree in English and later a career as an academic language therapist. In 2012 she took a break from teaching and began writing her first novel, His End Game. Hilliard has published five books in her MMG Series, as well as Utterly Forgettable, a romantic comedy and Fractured Beat, the first in her Meltdown Series.


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Cover Reveal: Ninja Girl by Cookie O’Gorman

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by Cookie O’Gorman

YA Contemporary Romance

Release Date:
March 30th 3017


Seventeen-year-old Snow-Soon Lee kicks ass–literally. She teaches at her family-owned martial arts gym, The Academy, and cares more about training to be the next Bruce Lee than hooking up. In fact, Snow’s never even been kissed. But when Girls Night rolls around, Snow decides to prove to her friends (and herself) that she’s not just some boring tomboy. Impulsively, she kisses a hot stranger and even manages to escape his two security guards.

One stolen kiss…

Ash Stryker’s senior year sucks. His politician father pulled him out of Chariot High, separating him from his championship-winning soccer team. Now he’s stuck at a prissy private school with no friends, no team and no chance of being scouted. On top of that, thanks to the death threats his dad’s received, Ash has a security tail aka professional babysitters. When the mystery girl from the movies shows up at his school, rappelling from the rafters, Ash knows one thing: he won’t let her get away again.

One interesting job proposition…

After a seemingly random attack, Ash’s mother surprises everyone. She hires Snow to be Ash’s personal bodyguard until after the election. But can Snow’s kick-ass skills hold up against the rising threats to Ash’s family? More importantly, can Ash convince his ninja girl to screw ethics and kiss him again?

Opposites attract in this YA romance where a smooth talker meets his match in the tough girl who (literally) sweeps him off his feet. Moral of the story:

Sometimes even bad boys need a bodyguard.

About the Author:

Displaying cookie o'gorman.jpgCookie O’Gorman writes YA romance to give readers a taste of happily-ever-after. Small towns, quirky characters, and the awkward yet beautiful moments in life make up her books. Cookie also has a soft spot for nerds and ninjas. Her debut novel ADORKABLE is out now!

Contact Information: Goodreads | Twitter | Website



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Review: Calamity Jane: How the West Began by Bryan Ney


Displaying dfw-bn-cj-cover-mid.jpgCalamity Jane: How the West Began by Bryan  Ney
Published By:
Dragon Tree Books
Publication Date: 
August 9th, 2016
Young Adult, Historical Fiction
Rating: 3
Date Read: 
March 13th, 2017

Fifteen-year-old Martha Canary’s family arrives in the goldfields of 1860’s Montana in impoverished circumstances and despised for uncertain reasons. Soon though, Martha makes a name for herself as Calamity Jane through her exploits, wins friends and becomes the toast of the town. Murder and robbery stalk all who travel the surrounding trails, and Jane thinks she knows who is responsible. Can she and her new friends rally forces to clean the place up?

I received a copy of Calamity Jane: How the West Began from the author for review Consideration. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

I’m definitely behind on reading and reviewing this one. Once I picked it up though, I enjoyed it quite a bit. I really love historical fiction and as a history lover, I enjoyed this story to some extent. Although, I think I liked the idea of it far more than the novel itself, I really did like the concept of this book.

It begins in 1860, When fifteen year old Martha Jane Canary arrived in Montana with her younger sister. Calamity Jane is alone in a small town with her small sister and her neglectful parents. Soon enough she is well known around town. Bandits have been killing and hurting members of the community. Calamity is pretty sure she knows who is behind these acts.

It had an interesting storyline but it started of very slow and drags on a lot. I struggled with this one, I found that the book wasn’t really holding my attention and I struggled to push through. But once the pacing issues were resolved, the story started to take flight.

If you know anything about American history then the name Calamity Jane has surfaced. I think I even learned about her in school and I have the 1953 Western Musical loosely based on the life of Calamity Jane. This book gives a little look at what her life could have been like in the beginning. Not much is known of that time that Calamity and her family are in the Goldfields of Montana and this book gives you a little guess of what her life may have been like.

However, Martha Jane Canary didn’t get the nickname for another 15 years or so, her parents were long dead before her and her siblings moved to Montana in 1868, and those years were spent working various jobs. Little facts, but when using an actual historical figure would have added to the enjoyment of this book, if correct. Ignore the factual errors and you get a clever historical fiction.

I did love Calamity Jane’s character. She’s tough and brave, but has a heart of gold. She befriends people no one else ever would. She finds work in a place you would never guess, instead of going to school. Her character is very well described and she also develops throughout the story. But I didn’t really form an emotional connection with any of the characters, I found the characters rather flat.

My favourite component of this was definitely the writing. The writing style flows really well. I really enjoyed the writing style.

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The Sunday Post #13 | 12/03/2017

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Currently Reading:


Last Week on the Blog:

February Wrap Up, Haul & March TBR
Secondhand: Oxfam Secondhand Bookshop #2
Excerpt: Home by Eleni McKnight
Excerpt: Rose Petal Graves by Olivia Wildenstein

Coming Soon:

Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey (Review)
Sapphire by Sarah Fay Olson (Review)
Calamity Jane: How the West Began by Bryan Ney (Review)
The Secret Billionaire by Teymour Shahabi (Review)
Petals on the Wind by Virginia Andrews (Review)
Discussion #3

Books Read:


Review e-copies Received:

Physical Review Copies Received:

Please comment below or make your own post. Tell me about what you have been up to! What are you reading? How was your week? Do you have anything planned for this coming week? Did you find any good books last week? Comment with the link to your own post so I can check it out.

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Excerpt: Rose Petal Graves by Olivia Wildenstein

Rose Petal Graves
by Olivia Wildenstein


Release Date:
March 29th 2017

Goodreads | Amazon

About the Book:

Ancient secrets cannot remain buried forever.

Founded two centuries ago by a powerful tribe of Gottwa Indians, Rowan was a quiet town, so quiet that I fled after graduation. Staying away was the plan, but Mom died suddenly.

Dad said she suffered a stroke after she dug up one of the ancient graves in our backyard, which happens to be the town cemetery. Creepy, I know. Creepier still, there was no corpse inside the old coffin, only fresh rose petals.

As we made preparations for Mom’s burial, new people began arriving in Rowan, unnervingly handsome and odd people. I begged them to leave, but they stayed, because their enemies—my ancestors—were beginning to awaken.


I trembled as I advanced toward the ring of rowan trees that protected the sacred piece of land in which my ancestors were buried. The cold wind and thick snowflakes stung my cheeks, but cooled the welt the faerie guards had exacted on my hand. I spun around to see if the faeries had remained, but no bodies lit up the cold night. They probably fled back to their island to inform their fellow faes that another hunter had risen.
The wind blew Gwenelda’s waist-long black hair against a long, broad, bare torso that ended in a face so chiseled it looked carved from stone. I trailed my eyes down the man’s chest, over the inked arabesques tattooed on his skin, over the animal-hide loincloth that covered so little of him…

About the Author:

Olivia Wildenstein grew up in New York City, the daughter of a French father with a great sense of humor, and a Swedish mother whom she speaks to at least three times a day. She chose Brown University to complete her undergraduate studies and earned a bachelor’s in comparative literature. After designing jewelry for a few years, Wildenstein traded in her tools for a laptop computer and a very comfortable chair. This line of work made more sense, considering her college degree.
When she’s not writing, she’s psychoanalyzing everyone she meets (Yes. Everyone), eavesdropping on conversations to gather material for her next book, baking up a storm (that she
actually eats), going to the gym (because she eats), and attempting not to be late at her children’s school (like she is 4 out of 5 mornings, on good weeks). Wildenstein lives with her husband and three children in Geneva, Switzerland, where she’s an active member of the writing community.
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Excerpt: Home by Eleni McKnight

by Eleni McKnight

Genre: YA

Release Date:
November 22nd 2016

Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble

About the Book:

Knowledge is a Dangerous Commodity

HOME – the last bastion of civilization in a corrupt and fallen world. Outside dwell the reanimated dead, cannibals, and scavengers; remnants of a once great race. Inside, the commune is ruled with an iron fist by Deacon, and administered without mercy by the Elders.

Everyone knows their place in HOME. Everyone is safe in HOME … as long as you follow the rules.

Handmaiden Suzannah Commons is content with training to be a wife and mother, the only occupation open to women in HOME. But her world is turned upside-down when she tastes the forbidden knowledge contained in outlawed books.

Suzannah discovers a new way of life is possible, but that knowledge comes at a high price.
It could cost her life Or the life of the boy she loves.


As I gathered Silas and Noah’s laundry, I heard a click behind me. I whirled around to see Silas standing there with a satchel in hand the door shut.
“Silas, no! Open the door!”
I cried. “I’m not going to do anything,” Silas said. “Except give you this.” He reached into the satchel and produced a book entitled Jane Eyre. “Well, not give it to you, but Papa can read this next. It’s one of Mother’s favorites.”
“What’s it about?”
“A girl who grows up to be equal with her husband,” he said.
“Like your mother?” I whispered.
He nodded.
“It’s kind of … dangerous then, isn’t it?”
He nodded again. “Yeah. This is one of the books that Deacon doesn’t want everybody knowing about. I borrowed another book.” He got out another book and showed it to me.
I opened it to see the handwriting in it. It was hand-made. “It’s a book by a Deacon from years past.

About the Author

Eleni McKnight is a Murfreesboro, Tennessee native. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with degree in Theatre with an emphasis in Literature and a wild passion for creating clothes and doing make-up. She’s also an avid reader and loves music and theatre. She started writing at age eight when she had read all the Baby-Sitter’s Club books that were out and wanted something new to read. It’s never quite left her over the years These days, you can usually find Eleni working backstage or costuming in local community theatres, reading a book, walking (that Fitbit is addictive!), at a concert, drinking a craf beer with friends, knitting, embroidering, or taking a dance class.

Author Links: Email |  Goodreads | Facebook | Instagram | Tumblr | Twitter

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Secondhand: Oxfam Secondhand Bookshop #2

Last October, I did a blog post about Oxfam Secondhand Bookshop. This blog post is going to be another book haul. I actually purchased these book in January, I’ve been meaning to do a blog post about this for a while now. I’ve been buying way too many books recently – but I’m definitely going to take a break on the spending now and read some that I already own!

The next books I obtain will probably be for my Birthday, which is March 21st. I purchased all these books from my local Oxfam store. They’re all used and pre-loved, but I personally think that makes them more special, and I highly recommend to all of you reading this that you purchase books from your local charity shop – it really does help!

So, here’s my haul:


ttyl & l8r, g8r by Lauren Myracle – This is the first & Third book in the Internet Girls series – A$3 each

Audacious author Lauren Myracle accomplishes something of a literary miracle in her second young-adult novel, ttyl (Internet instant messaging shorthand for “talk to you later”), as she crafts an epistolary novel entirely out of IM transcripts between three high-school girls.

ttyl (Internet Girls, #1)  l8r, g8r (Internet Girls, #3)

I picked up this book for a couple of different reasons. The first being that the idea of it being written entirely in IM form was somewhat interesting you me, secondly, it is a challenged/banned book and I always come across that in challenges. I’m not sure if this is something I would enjoy reading though, if not I’ll just re-donate them to Oxfam.

The Artemis Fowl Files: Confidential by Eoin Colfer – A$3

Artemis Fowl’s confidential files have been discovered in his safe at Fowl Manor. Now you too can share the secrets! The Artemis Fowl Files will delight Eoin Colfer’s legions of fans with its behind-the-scenes interviews with the much-loved characters including: Holly Short, Mulch Diggums, and Artemis Fowl. Two brand-new Artemis Fowl short stories including:

“LEPrecon,” the story of Fairy Police Captain Holly Short’s move from Traffic to Recon following her initiation into the Fairy Police, and “The Seventh Dwarf,” featuring the flatulent dwarf Mulch Diggums, Butler, and Artemis himself.

A “Fairy Spotter” Guide detailing the fairy world. Learn all about the physical characteristics and countless personality traits of the various fairy categories including: elves, trolls, sprites, pixies, goblins, and more.


This a companion book to the Artemis Fowl series. The book contains two short stories. The rest of the book is comprised of “notes” from Artemis Fowl’s files on the fairy folk — the fairy code and a key to decode it and interviews with the main characters.

That Summer by Sarah Dessen – A$2.50

For fifteen-year-old Haven, life is changing too quickly. She’s nearly six feet tall, her father is getting remarried, and her sister—the always perfect Ashley—is planning a wedding of her own. Haven wishes things could just go back to the way they were. Then an old boyfriend of Ashley’s re-enters the picture, and through him, Haven sees the past for what it really was, and comes to grips with the future.


15-year-old Haven has always thought of the past with fond memories. She continuously retreats to favourite memories, not realizing that they might be jaded from reality. I’ve heard a lot about Sarah Dessen, but I have never read any of her books. I’d heard a lot of brilliant things about this author, and it had been on my wish list for a while. I read about 40 pages of this and then put it down. It wasn’t badly written but I just could. I’ll talk more about why I didn’t like this book soon, so stay tuned for that!

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky – A$2.50

Charlie is a freshman. And while he’s not the biggest geek in the school, he is by no means popular. Shy, introspective, intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it. Charlie is attempting to navigate his way through uncharted territory: the world of first dates and mixed tapes, family dramas and new friends; the world of sex, drugs, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, when all one requires is that perfect song on that perfect drive to feel infinite. But Charlie can’t stay on the sideline forever. Standing on the fringes of life offers a unique perspective. But there comes a time to see what it looks like from the dance floor.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

This novel is about a teenage boy named Charlie, who struggles to fit in at his high school. He slowly builds friendships around a group of teenagers who are a little older than him. We see Charlie develop as a person and see deep into his thoughts because this book is written as a series of letters to an unidentified friend. I read this a few years ago, you can read my review HERE. I have the Film Tie-in Edition, so I wanted a proper edition and I really like this cover.

Tom Sawyer Abroad by Samuel Clemens/A Dog of Flanders by Louis De La Ramee – Companion Library Edition – A$2

A Dog Of Flanders And Other Stories:

The appealing story of an imaginative little boy, a loving old man, and a great faithful dog, all living together in poverty and love, has been a favourite for many years.

Tom Sawyer Abroad:

Here is one of Samuel Clemens’ most beloved characters-and indeed one of the most delightful boys in all of literature-in another exciting and hilarious adventure.


Tom Sawyer Detective by Samuel Clemens/Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson – Companion Library Edition – A$2

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Black Beauty by Anna Sewell/The Call of the Wild by Jack London – Companion Library Edition – A$2

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The total I paid for these 8 books was A$20 so if you have an Oxfam bookshop near you then definitely pop in because you don’t know what you’ll find & you are also giving to charity!

So I’ve gone a little classics mad as of late. I’ve bought a quite a few Classics this past few months. I hope you enjoyed this post. If you have any suggestions for what you would like to see, please leave a comment below as I am a bit in a blogging slump and do not know what to post about next.

Happy reading!

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The Sunday Post #12 | Catch Up – 26/02/17 – 5/03/17

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

I didn’t do a Sunday Post last week, so this will be a catch up post and I will be covering the past two weeks instead.

On February 27, I went to the Jasper Jones movie preview, adapted from Craig Silvey’s novel, which  was followed by an in-cinema Q&A with the Director and author, then a book signing.

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Currently Reading:

On the Blog:

Top 5 Wednesday: Books to get you out of a Reading Slump
Cover Reveal: Black Hat Hacker by Soraya Naomi
Blitz: Melancholy Ghost by Kat Mayor
ARC Review: As You Lay Sleeping by Katlyn Duncan
Review: Flowers in the Attic by Virginia Andrews
Blogs I Stalk & You Should Too!

Coming Soon:

Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey (Review)
Sapphire by Sarah Fay Olson (Review)
The Secret Billionaire by Teymour Shahabi (Review)
Petals on the Wind by Virginia Andrews (Review)
Discussion Post #3

Please comment below or make your own post. Tell me about what you have been up to! What are you reading? How was your week? Do you have anything planned for this coming week? Did you find any good books last week? Comment with the link to your own post so I can check it out.

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February Wrap Up, Haul & March TBR

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What I read in February:

My Wrap Up for the Month of February. This is a bit late. I usually post them on the last day of the month. I was sick for a week, and I’ve been on catch-up since. This Month I  read a total 24 books. Although I failed on my TBR goals, I’m happy with my reading this month. I read some great books. So, this month my TBR consisted of 16 books, and I did relatively well, because even though I only read 2 books from that list, I did manage a total of 24 books. I’m not that good at keeping to my TBRs. Well here are the books I read this month. Let me know if you have read any of them.

1-19. Pandora Hearts volume 1-19 by Jun Mochizuki
20. Tokyo Ghoul Volume 4 by Sui Ishida
21. As You Lay Sleeping by Katlyn Duncan (Review)
22. Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey
23. The Golden Wizard by J.S. Jaeger (Review)
24. The Carnivorous Carnival by Lemony Snicket

What I’m Currently Reading:

1. Sapphire by Sarah Fay Olson
2. Calamity Jane: How the West Began by Bryan Ney

February Book Haul:

Another month is over, so it’s time to show you what I got during the month of February. I had a really great book buying month. I bought some books myself, I received some from authors. I got a ton of books this month, but mostly eBooks or review copies. I acquired a total of 36 books in February.

Physical Books:

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1-3. Pandora Hearts Volume 20-22 by Jun Mochizuki
2. Taken by Storm by Jennifer Lynn Barns
3. All Fall Down by Ally Carter
4. Caraval by Stephanie Garber
5. Trust in me by Sophie McKenzie
6. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
7. The Dragon’s Return by Stan Lee
8. Freeks by Amanda Hocking

eARC & Review Copies:

I received a lot books from authors. Thank you to all the authors who share books with me. I’m so grateful to all the publishers and authors who are generous enough to send me their books.

Physical ARC’s

I received these books from Publishers.

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9. The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon
10. We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan & Brian Conaghan

Review Request:

11. The Mentalist Series by Kenechi Udogu
12. Succubus by Wesley Thomas
13. Can’t Buy Forever by Susan Laffoon
14. The Perfect Tear by Connie Lansberg
15. Home by Eleni McKnight
16. The Edge of Brilliance by Susan Traugh
17. 10 Things I can see from here  by Carrie Mac
18. Rose Petal Grave by Olivia Wildensein
19. His End Game by R.B. Hilliard
20. Not Letting Go  by R.B. Hilliard
21. One More Time by R.B. Hilliard
22. Right Side Up by R.B. Hilliard
23. Keep it Simple by R.B. Hilliard
24. The Last Call by R.B. Hilliard
25. The Deadly Cavern by Grace & Thomas Lockhaven
26. The Awakening by D.J. Torres
27. Just Like I said it Would be by C.K. Kelly Martin
28. Understanding the Stars by X. Culleto
29. Pick Your Potion by C.C. Dragon
30.Shadow Run by AdriAnne Strickland
31. Before the Gods by K.S. Turner
32. Tumultus by K.S. Turner
33. Time: The Immortal Divide by K.S. Turner
34. A Game of Truths by Karen Ann Wirtz
35. The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares
36. Initialization by Brian Basham

March TBR:

I’ve received a lot of review request recently, therefore this month’s focus will be on Author Review Requests. Here are the books that I plan to read in March. I don’t know how many I’m going to get through. I am being a bit ambitious with my TBR, but I need to get organised, especially with my ARC’s. I’m not that good at keeping to my TBR’s, but I have a good feeling about this month. I hope March will be a better reading month.

1-5: Pandora Hearts Volume 20-24 by Jun Mochizuki
6. Miss Peregrines home for peculiar children by Ransom Riggs
7. The Slippery Slope by Lemony Snicket
8. The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
9. Summer Days and Summer nights by Various, Edited by Stephanie Perkins
10. Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them by J.K. Rowling
11. Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
12. Girl Online Going Solo by Zoe Sugg
13. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
14. Suicide Squad by Marv Wolfman
15. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling
16. The Sisters by Claire Douglas
17. NOS4A2 by Joe Hill
18. Lies my Girlfriend told me by Julie Anne Peters
19. Dark Summer by Lizzy Ford
20. The Last Portal by Robert Cole
21. Deadly Silence by Rebecca Zanetti
22. October 32 by Larry Rodness
23. Disk of Dragons by P.M.F. Johnson
24. Tales of Valoris by M.J. Finley
25. Calamity Jane: How the west began by Bryan Ney
26. Sapphire by Sarah Fay Olson
27. Serpent by Sarah Fay Olson

February was a really good Mont. Overall I’m really happy with what I achieved – reading wise – this month as it has been very hectic. What books did you finish this month? What are you planning on reading in March, I would love to know. If you have your own Haul/Wrap-Up/TBR post, leave them down below as well.

Click on the links to go to the goodreads pages to find out more about the books and authors.

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Blogs I Stalk & You Should Too!

I read a lot of blogs. Sometimes I can’t even keep up. They make me laugh, inspire me and generally help me keep my head above water. Please visit these great blogs, but come back here too. Check them out, you won’t regret it. Links are constantly added as I find blogs that interests me all the time, stay tuned  and come back often!

I stalk them.  You should too.

Beauty and the Beastly Books
Betty Book Reviews
The Belgian Reviewer
Big City Bookworm
Bookish Things and Tea
The Book Canary
Book Slayer Reads
The Book Wench 

Cassiopeia’s Moon
Clues and Reviews

Dark Faerie Tales

Escape by Reading
Eve Messenger’s OtherWORDLY Endeavors


Hopeless Romance Novel

I Wuv Books
Inky Spells

Jean Book Nerd

Kee the Reader
Kristina Rose Reads

Lair of Books
Little Book Fool
Lola’s Blog Tours

The Night is Dark and Full of Books
Novels & Teacups

One Bookish Girl
The Orangutan Librarian

The Paperback Princess
Payton’s Book Thoughts

Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours
The Reading Sloth

Travelling Through Words
Twin Tales

Written Word Worlds

YA Bound Book Tours

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