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Hi everyone! I am an aspiring author slash college student who loves to read which is probably obvious, and I love to share what I read with people, again, obvious. I think everyone has a book out there for them, its a matter of looking hard enough to find it and having a positive attitude about reading it. Anyways I hope you all find this blog helpful. Please feel free to comment and ask questions, that's why I do this! -Bookworm95

July 26, 2011

My Sister Blog

Hey Guys! So I have a bit of news. I have decided team up with a good friend of mine over at www.movieego.blogspot.com. If you like the books I post here, well she is the movie version of me. She will keep you up to date on the latest book turned movie news along with tv and music. I will post her link on the websites panel on the home page. Her site is really great but she just started out so give her time to get the really juicy news out. Please check out her page! Thanks from the Bookworm Central/Movieego teams!


# 3 & 4 On My Summer Reading List

Ok so the third and fourth books on my list were for my honors English class in school. I had to read them this summer and do all kinds of papers on them. If you like historical fiction these are two pretty good reads. I do like historical fiction, so I enjoyed them very much. But I have to say, that I liked the Crucible by Arthur Miller a lot more.

The Crucible: The Crucible is a play written about true events that took place in Salem Massachusetts during the 16 hundreds. Its about a small village of people who lived in peace until a young girl cried Witch. From there on, if someone had a grudge against you, you would most likely be charged with witchcraft and hanged. It is a great story, and I enjoyed reading it a lot.

The Chosen: The Chosen is about two Jewish boys. They go to different Jewish synagogues and have slightly different beliefs. They hate each other until on afternoon during a ball game. They become friends soon after and this is the story of their lives, religions, and histories. This story takes place during the second world war. I liked it, but for me it was sort of a longer read.

Both of these novels are great. Check them out!



July 24, 2011

# 1 & 2 On My Reading List

So the first book on my summer reading list was Spells by Aprilynne Pike. Since I read them back to back, and on the same night I may add, I decided to combine their posts. The Wings series is an incredible series about a normal human girl who realizes that she has been sent on a journey and doesn't remember her previous life as a Faerie. She was placed in the care of two humans as an infant. Her job was to obtain the land that her former home resides on. Her task is sent spiraling out of control when she is attacked by trolls and refuses to leave her human life. She falls in love with a human boy named David not knowing that she was already in love with a Faerie boy named Tam. When she and Tam are reunited old sparks ignite. I finished reading spells and I immediately had to read the next installment, Illusions. This book is a mix of drama, love, action, and mystery. When a new faerie enters the picture, everyone has questions. It leaves of with a complete cliff hanger, and I can't wait for the next one to hit shelves.
Please read these if you like the love triangle, mixed with mystery, action, and a great story line. Mystical creatures are just an added bonus.

Back On Track

Hey Everyone! So I looked at my reading list and I was surprised to see that I wasn't that far behind on my list. Of course my goal of reading all those books by august is never going to happen. But since my schedule has clear up a bit, I'm currently trying to get back to that. I have also continued to write more on the High School Romance page. So check it out and stay updated.


July 15, 2011

Sad to Report

Dear Loyal Readers:

For those of you who are still reading this, thank you. Unfortunately I am sad to report that I am a lot busier that I thought I'd be this summer. With that I am sad to say that I have only read two of the twenty or so books on my summer reading list. I am very sorry to disappoint those of you who were taking the challenge with me. I will hope to continue reading these books when my schedule will allow it. Again I am sorry for disappointing you.