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Book or E-Book?

People ask me this all the time. "Do you prefer reading from a book or an e-reader?" And I never know exactly how to answer, because even though I have a kindle, I do love to have the actual book. It really depends on what you are reading. If I want to read some random book that I don't know if I will like or not and not a lot of people have like reviewed it on goodreads and such, I will probably get it on Kindle, or like a sneak peak or something. Or if it is cheap because most Kindle books are a lot less money than the actual book. But the upside to reading a physical book, is that...


They smell niceIt is nice to feel in your handsThey look pretty on your shelfIt doesnt run out of battery. You are approached by people who see the cover. The covers are pretty. You can pet them. And a ton of other things that I forget. Oh yeah, you dont strain your eyes.  So i probably prefer real books but i always feel so conflicted when ever someone asks me that question. So yeah. 
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Currently Reading and Excitement

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Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo



Also! I have received information that I would review a book called Fangirls Guide to the Galaxy by Sam Maggs. This is really exciting for me, because the author will be attending bookcon so I will be able to meet her, and this seems like the perfect book for me ever. 

Doesn't it?

~Delaney

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas Review

I had already said that I had read half of this book, got annoyed and had to read a book for school so I just stopped.

This reread was so much better. Surprisingly, it was hard to get into, then about 3/4 of the way through the book, I got so caught up in the book, I didn't sleep a minute. It was amazing, I just kept reading and reading. Stopping at awe in a plot twist that I probably would have seen coming if it weren't 3:00. The moments that I would want to stop reading, Sara J. Maas pulled me right back in. I smiled, I laughed, I gasped, I surprisingly didn't cry, (not that there would be anything to really cry about, but still). I had to stifle a scream about four times in the middle of the night.

If you guys not picked up this book yet, you are completely missing out if you like bad-ass assassins and magic and fantasy. You really have to check it out! And the third book just came out too, Heir of Fire, so now is the time to read the series!

~Delaney

Book Lovers Will Understand These Things

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These are some things that true book lovers will understand.

#1. When someone asks you what your favorite book is. All of these GIFs perfectly suit all of this thing.



I just thought that this was hilarious
#2. Someone asks you something while you're reading, they're dead within two minutes.
#3. Going to the movie just to see what those stupid ass producers and directors screwed up (literally me with Insurgent).
#4. Someone asks what the book that you are reading is about when you are reading that book. 
#5. When you go and see the book to movie adaptation and it completely ruins your mind image of the characters, the world, and everything that you had made up on your own.
#6. When someone asks you why you read since it is "so stupid".
#7. When your favorite character dies. 
(also Im sorry if I repeat any of these, you will just see that I have very strong feelings about these.)
#8. Imagine if your favorite author died in the middle of writing a series. How terrifying would tha…

5 Things That Book Lovers Will Understand

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#1. Walking to public places while reading, the struggle.#2.Forget finding roommates; the most stressful thing about moving is figuring out a way to transport boxes upon boxes of heavy books.  #3. Exactly how I feel. #4. YESS!!!!!!!!!! #5. Losing your place in your book, cause you want to eat while you read.

Fixed Summary by Their Covers

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Okay, my computer was spazzing out, and so here is City of Bones and The Giver.







City of Bones: Erotica novel for young adults








The Giver: A man in the woods is really angry at everyone, but then he makes the change and people call him "the Giver" because he becomes so Giving.






Summary by Their Covers

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Currently Reading/Rereading This Time

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Throne of Glass by Sara J. Maas 




Okay, so the story with this is that, when I was reading it, it was a while ago when the old cover was out, and I got so annoyed with the fact that it was basically Sarah J. Maas on the cover and it wasn't how I pictured her, so I got really really really annoyed, and so I stopped reading half way through it, and I got the new cover edition and I am rereading it finally after like a million months. Well, that was just an update.

See ya later (Maybe Literally),

~Delaney




Books to Read When You Are In a Reading Slump

Wow, that was a long title. Okay, so here are the books to read when you are in a reading slump. I'm doing this because I am currently in a reading slump, I have been reading the same 400 page book for 5 days, I know that that doesn't seem so bad but... THAT IS NOT NORMAL FOR ME!

So without further a-do (is that even a real word? and how would you even spell it? Sounds like Im turning into an old person. UGH, I am so not old! Teenager here!)

Okay, now Im actually going to do this and stop writing up random stuff that pops into my head.


The Harry Potter Series by JK RowlingThe Divergent Series by Veronica RothFangirl by Rainbow RowellAny childhood books that you would feel nastalgic about,
See ya soon
~Delaney

Contemporary Book Recomendations

These are 10 amazing contemporary reads that you just have to pick up.
1. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell 2. Basically any book by John Green 3. The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky 4. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell 5. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins 6. Just One Day by Gayle Forman 7. To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han 8. The DUFF by Kody Keplinger  9. Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson 10. We Should Hangout Sometime by Josh Sundquist.
See ya soon 
~Delaney

Books That I Have Recently Obtained

Here are some books that I have recently obtained.

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard 

Zodiac by Romina Russell

Panic by Lauren Oliver

The Young World byChris Weitz

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Hungry by H. A. Swain