October has been crazy. It has been HELL. And it felt like the Titanic wreck. Am. Not. Exaggerating.
And I felt like Jack and Rose… At times I thought I was going face Jack’s fate, but I stayed afloat like Rose. Not that I had a choice. Survival of the fittest, the yaddi-yadda and all.
Though, this month was filled with so much work and there were days I wanted to say: Fudge it! I really liked it. Yes, I can see the irony. It was hell but I liked it. The breathing and eating the uni work got me high. I liked the rush of waking up, going to uni, coming back and doing work. Sleep was a luxury, especially the last week. But I made it and when I did, I shook my booty like…
I really did! *Insert the laughing real hard emoticon*
I also managed to read a few books that had been on my TBR list for quite sometime. These are the books I read:
- Torn Hearts by Claire Contreras
- An Unlikely Match by Barbara Dunlop
- Pieces of You and Me by Pamela Ann
- Silence by Natasha Preston
- Broken at Love by Lyla Payne
These were really enjoyable and there were each different in their own right. I’m going to write reviews on a few of them. But, Torn Hearts, people. It’s breaking and tearing. I’m looking forward to reading the first book, Kaleidoscope Hearts and the third one, Paper Hearts, which Torn Hearts is prelude for.
I’m looking forward to November because some epic books are coming out. And to be honest, I’m not going get them in November because I live on a Student Budget and my mom is only interested in giving money if it’s university related. And my dad is funding my social life, he doesn’t know that though. LOL! Nevertheless, I’m still looking forward to buying or reading these books, God knows I’ve been waiting for them for a long LONG LONG time.
I love CoHo and I am so looking forward to Ben and Fallon’s relationship. And with some quotes that have been thrown at me, I’m already loving Benton. He’s got my heart.
Haven’t read the first book yet, but it seems really interesting. I like books that expose the wrongs of government, whether from the past or the present. This book has that. And it seems like there are going to be a lot of twists and turns.
For The Record seems really interesting.I’m not a fan of teen becoming a rock star or actress, or anything fame related. But this, somehow, got my attention. I probably won’t buy it but I will definitely read it. Going to get it at the library.
Like and let me know your thoughts and tell me which books you looking forward to.