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Wednesday, October 1, 2014


Best of 2014: July-September

Happy October! And Fall, even though that started about a week and a half ago. I fully admit July-September's list is the biggest due to Summer boredom.

In reality, I shouldn't have been bored. I should have spent my days enjoying the sunshine since the weather this year has actually been nice... and roller coasterly. (But roller coaster weather is very typical for Missouri.)

As a result, I've decided to reveal my top fifteen - plus one - reads from July through September instead of the usual Top Ten. ^_^
  1. Feral by Holly Schindler
  2. Gilded by Christina Farley
  3. Blood and Snow 1-4 by Rashelle Workman
  4. The Grimm Diaries Prequels 7-10 by Cameron Jace
  5. The Fiery Heart by Richelle Mead - Review | Catching Thoughts
  6. Awaken by Skye Malone
  7. Mary: The Summoning by Hillary Monahan
  8. Remembrance by Michelle Madow
  9. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
  10. Reached by Ally Condie
  11. Pentimento by Cameron Jace
  12. The Fire Wish by Amber Lough
  13. The Forgotten Ones by Laura Howard
  14. Shattered Veil by Tracy Banghart (RENAMED Rebel Wing)
  15. Paranormal Keepers by Jen Naumann
  16. APRIL-JUNE: The Silver Sickle by Ellie Ann

Have you read of these books? Planning to? Concerns of Bloody Mary coming after you if you read The Summoning? Other thoughts, questions or concerns?

Other Relevant News:
  • ARC Review for Silvern (Sequel to Gilded) this Sunday!
  • Enter to win a signed copy of Silvern or Camelot Burning by October 7! (US ONLY)
  • Countdown to Halloween: 30 days
    • Actually, that was irrelevant.
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Sophia is the owner and founder of Bookwyrming Thoughts, but also found on various parts of the internet. She's a 19-year-old communications major who has weird humor and doesn't fit the Asian stereotype (maybe a little). Books, chocolate, technology, and music are among some of her favorite things. For more of her work, visit her personal website.