Hello and happy whatever day of the week it is! (Its summer, I have no idea what day it is. I’m in constant limbo and it’s great).
Today I’m sharing my newest batch of books that I got. As the title might suggest I bought myself these books as a “well done for only having 1 mental breakdown this past school year and managing to graduate on time” gift to myself and I’m very excited with the five books that I bought!
- The Red Scrolls of Magic by Cassandra Clare & Wesley Chu – I am so excited to have this book in my collection. This book was one of my most anticipated releases of the year and so I’m planning on getting to it very soon. Alec Lightwood is one of the best charactes in this franchise, his sarcasm is amazing and I can’t wait to read. Also Helen and Aline are in this I think and I am ready for it!
- Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare & Friends – My second Cassie Clare book in this haul. I’ve already read the stories that were published digitally but I’m obviously going to re-read and I’m looking forward for the two bonus stories that weren’t published.
- Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson – This is by far the prettiest book I own. When I first heard about this book I was intrigued but not as hyped as I am no. My hopes are so high after hearing so many wonderful reviews to the point where I’m kinda nervous to start. I also still haven’t found a place on my shelves to put this so I need to work on that.
- Prince Charming by Rachel Hawkins – The covers for this series/duology (?) are adorable! I’m actually planning on this being my next read after finishing The Raven King. I have a total sweet spot for royal/average person romances.
- Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins- I admit I’m excited for book 2 more then book 1 but that’s cause its wlw romance which I need more of in my life. Also, the girl on the cover looks so much like Morgan Adams (Shane Dawsons sister in law) and I can’t unsee that now.
The promise of these books and a whole interrupted three months to read them was the thing that kept me going these past months.
Thank you for reading 🙂