Book Style // Yesterday by Felicia Yap


Time for another edition of Book Style! This time my inspiration is the delightfully wicked, vengeful Sophia from Yesterday by Felicia Yap!


Friday 56 // The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill

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This book meme is hosted by Freda at Freda’s Voice. Be sure to visit her blog if you would like to participate!

The Rules 

  • Grab a book, any book.
  • Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader (If you have to improvise, that’s ok.)
  • Find any sentence, (or few, just don’t spoil it)
  • Post it.
  • Add your (URL) post in the Linky on Friday 56. Add the post URL, not your blog URL.

This week’s excerpt is from The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill

The Blogger Aesthetic Tag

I saw this over at The Girl Who Reads Too Much and it really spoke to my soul at the moment so I thought I would steal it seems like a fun concept and I am on a bit of a Pinterest binge with a craving for beautiful images.

The Blogger Aesthetic Tag which was created by Liam @Hey Ashers. I really loved the concept of this tag:

Bloggers are (let’s just be honest here) the absolute best. There’s so much diversity and personality and creativity in this community—and what better way to celebrate those things than by spending the next twelve hours of our lives hunting down and collaging the images that best reflect our individual awesomeness? 

The Rules:

  • Collect any number of images that you feel represent you as a person—your personality, aspirations, favorite things, anything at all that makes you you.
  • Put your chosen images together into a collage of whatever size and shape you find pleasing.
  • Share your masterpiece with everyone, in all the places.
  • Maybe nominate other bloggers as a way to tell them, “Hey, you, I think you’re awesome, and we should celebrate that awesomeness.”
  • Share these rules (and maybe the below tips, if you’re feeling helpful).

So, here we go! Let’s see the images that I picked! My blog tends to run mostly neutral with a lot of photos, so for this exercise, I went with three colors I was drawn to, and that’s tangerine orange, flamingo pink, and oceanside blue.

The Versatile Blogger Award #1


Thank you so much to Lisa @ Nefarious Reader for the nomination! This is another case of me being clueless, or just busy, and not realizing that I’d been nominated!

But I am making up for it now. Here is my post accepting The Versatile Blogger Award! For anyone who is unfamiliar, here are the rules.

The Rules

Show the award on your blog!
Thank the person that has nominated you! – Thanks you Lisa!
Share 7 different facts about yourself!
Nominate 15 blogs of your choice!
Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination!

The Sunshine Blogger Award #1

sunshine-blogger-awardSo a funny thing happens to you when your browser locks up on you and you miss the post awards post with questions for you to answer. You suddenly discover three others that you have missed over the last several months.


I just saw that I was nominated by RemiVFoliage for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Thank you so much for the nomination Remi and I am so sorry it has taken me two months to answer your questions.

For anyone unfamiliar with the Sunshine Blogger Award here are the rules:

The Rules

  • Thank the person(s) who nominated you
  • Answer the questions that were given to you
  • Nominate other bloggers for this award and give them your own questions to answer
  • Notify those others bloggers of their nomination

Here we go!

Book Review: The 100 by Kass Morgan (The 100 #1)

kass-morgan-the-100Normally, I try to keep my reviews spoiler free, but for the purposes of this one, there will be spoilers. If you are here because you watch the show, what I spoil won’t be much of a surprise.

I happened upon The 100, the television show, when I was browsing Netflix one day. I watched the show in a day and while I thought it was good I didn’t really get drawn in until Season 2 and 3.

I was doing very well through the hiatuses. I missed the characters but I didn’t feel a deep ache in my soul like I did when I used to watch Battlestar Galactica. Then I found and completed ‘The 100’ Character Book Tag!

Comparing some of my favorite book characters to the characters on this show made me see the show’s characters in a new way. I’ve been reawatching the show for the last month, and I decided to give the book series a try while I wait for Season 4.

Kass Morgan’s young adult dystopian series, The 100, follows one hundred delinquents, that are considered expendable by society, are they are sent to a radioactive earth to see if it’s survivable. It could be their second chance, or a suicide mission.

The book is told with each chapter featuring the thoughts of a different character. Clarke Griffin was arrested for treason and is haunted by the memory of what she really did. Wells Jaha is the chancellor’s son. He followed the girl he loved to Earth, but she may never forgive him. Bellamy Blake fought his way onto the drop ship to protect his sister. Glass Sorenson escaped the transport but finds that life on the Colony might be just as dangerous.