Monday, June 2, 2014

Reading Rampage


Okay, that might be hyperbolic, but whatever. Guys, I have been reading so much. Since graduation, I have moved down to Florida and am working at Disney World as a internship sort of thing. But I have work. And then no homework. So like, I get off work, and then I can do whatever I want!
On my days off, I can just lay around all day. And I've been reading SO MANY BOOKS.

But my fear is this:
I'm going to hit a wall. I've had an insane streak of 4 and 5 star books all right in a row. I am starting to get super terrified I'm going to pick up one I don't love. Which is fine, no biggie, but they always kind of halt my reading excitement, and it takes a bit to pick it back up again. And I'm having so much fun reading all the time, I don't want it to stop!

(Recently, I've finished Say What You Will, and I'm about halfway through Winger and seriously, so good go purchase it immediately I love it so much)

So my challenge to you all is this:
I NEED RECOMMENDATIONS. Like, blow your socks off kick you in the pants great. Because my small stack I brought to Florida is dwindling quickly, and I'm going to have to go to the library super soon. So I need really good suggestions so I can maximize this reading streak!

Am I crazy? Do you have this fear too? Or are you sitting there laughing at me and wondering who the crazy thing is behind this...


  1. No, you're not crazy. I worry about this, too! It can be really disappointing to go from reading a bunch of great books that make you remember why you love reading so much...only to have it spoiled by a less-than-great book.

    I recommend the Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness and the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series by Laini Taylor. Those ought to keep you occupied for a while! :)

    1. I haven't read either of those! On the list! Thanks :)

  2. OMG I love times like this!! I'm in a slump right now and scared that every book I pick up will suck lol Great post!

    1. Ugh, I HATE reading slumps. If you're looking for a good one, hit up Winger. I just finished it, and I am in love!

  3. I didn't know you lived in Florida! I do too. My cousin actually worked at Disney for a semester for school kind of like a study abroad thing. It was really fun cause she was now an hour and half away instead of across the country. But have you read Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas? It's sooo good! I would also recommend any Stephanie Perkins or Kasie West books!


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