Book Tag

The Summer Bucket List Tag

Seriously can’t believe that it is already July and summer is flying by fast!

This is my first tag on my blog and I am excited to do it. I was tagged by Felicia from Bookishlyslytherclaw for The Summer Bucket List Tag. Thank you for tagging me!

Rules:

  • Link back to the original creator (Read By Tiffany) in your post.
  • Feel free to use my (Tiffany’s) grahpics in your post or create your own.
  • Since I am new at doing a tag, I am not going to tag anyone but if you would like to join in on the fun, please tag yourself and let me know.

This third book in Stalking Jack Ripper series is all on water. Audrey and Thomas are crossing the sea to New York City to assist the local authorities on murder investigation. The ship entertainment for the week long voyage is a carnival which I thought was cool. This was one of my favorites out of the series because it kept me guessing at every turn and it introduced us to some fascinating characters. I am looking forward to fourth and last book in series.

I am not big reader of romance books. The closest “fiery romance” books that I have would probably be the Dark Hunter series. I read this a long time ago, I love it because it combined some romantic relationships storyline with supernatural beings.

This book is a retelling of King Midas involving his daughter Kora and her journey to save journey to save her father and her kingdom but a journey to find out who she is and become the person she was met to be. I am looking forward to next book in the series to find out what happens to Kora.

This book is amazing, it is my favorite book of 2019 (so far). Everything about the story left starstuck, shocked, frustrated and screaming at the end of the book. It is so damn good! I am wishing 2020 comes soon so I can read the next book.

This book was one of my top five books new releases in 2018. It didn’t take me long to read this book. I didn’t want to put it down even to sleep because it kept my attention and I wanting to know what was going to happen next. I am excited to see what happens to Lei and Wren in the next book releasing this year. Hoping my heart doesn’t get broken.

Like I said before I don’t read a lot romance or contemporary books. I got an opportunity to be part of the Street Team for this book and I have to say that I really love this book. It’s a story about two people who are both facing their own personal problems that are thrown into working together for the summer. Eventually their friendship becomes more than what they both were looking for. It is a sweet and fun book.

This book for was insightful, raw, heartbreaking and breathtaking. It was refreshing to see how John Green wrote story about these two teenagers who are dealing with life or death situation called cancer and show them trying to live their lives to the fullest for the short time they might have. It made me appreciate everything around me and take the time to slow down to enjoy life.

This book has a girl named Harper who has cerebal palsy that is taken to another world where there is a prince who cursed. It is retelling of Beauty and the Beast but with a lot of twists that separate it from the original fairytale. Even though Harper has cerebal palsy, she doesn’t allow it to stop her from doing things that a normal person can do and she fight through all obstacles that are thrown at her. It was nice to see a disabled character who was woman and was strong.

This is the only book that I remembered that had some food in it. The main character Lady Sherlock really enjoys eating food. When she isn’t teying

This book has a lot of comparison to the issues we are having in our world right. By reading this story it made me realize and inspired me to stop complaining about what our government is trying to do but to take action by contacting and supporting my local ACLU office to get information on how I can help to stop the injustice happening.

This was a lot of fun to do.

Monthly TBR

July 2019 TBR

Finally had time to post my July TBR. This month I am doing reading challenge by TBR & Beyond Book Club (check link if you want to join in the fun). This month game is Beach Book Book board game. The game runs until the end of August so gives more time to finish up books from the rolls.

After rolling the dice, my prompts are below.

I am also trying to catch up on reading some ARCs that I received. I am reading Swipe Right for Murder by Derek Milman which released date is August 6.

Also TBR and Beyond Book Club two books for this month for group reads and author live chat are When Summer Ends by Jessica Pennington and Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.

What is on your TBR for the month?