Sunday, August 31, 2008

Summer's End

Wow, so a lot of things happened this month, right?

First of I just wanted to say that I read 15 BOOKS (Yes! 15!) this month. That is an all time high for me since I started this blog. But I wanted to count up how many books I read this summer:

  • Gone
  • The Screwed Up Life of Charlie the Second
  • House of Dance
  • Fly on the Wall
  • The Adoration of Jenna Fox
  • Bad Girls
  • The Dead & The Gone
  • Anatomy of a Boyfriend
  • How Not To Be Popular
  • Gingerbread
  • Bad Girls Club
  • Saving Zoe
  • Breaking Dawn
  • Read My Lips
  • Alpha Dog
  • Oh. My. Gods.
  • The Big Game of Everything
  • Chloe Doe
  • Swimming With The Sharks
  • Stay With Me
  • Guitar Girl
  • Kiss Me Kill Me
  • Audrey, Wait!
  • Such a Pretty Girl
  • The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
  • A Little Friendly Advice
  • The Elite
  • Lets Get Lost
  • Geek High
  • Becoming Chloe
  • Scrambled Eggs at Midnight
  • Girl At Sea
  • Footfree and Fancyloose-
  • Bass Ackwards and Belly Up
  • Jet Set
  • How to be Bad
  • I Heart You, You Haunt Me
  • The Host
  • Fourth Comings
  • Charmed Thirds
And in total that's 12,309 pages read in all. I am pretty happy with that amount. Now in the beginning of the summer I sort of had a goal in mind to read about 50 books this summer, from June 1st to August 31st, and in total I have read: 40 books. Which is so incredibly high, I am so happy with myself that I reached 40 books read this summer. So next summer I will have this goal again and let's see if I can hit 50 this time. I'm sure I could do it. Now I'll think I'll just post my favorite books below becasue if I linked to all my reviews to the books above this would not get posted before September starts, not in order:

The Host
-A very beautiful story full of romance and hardships and a bit of sci-fi. Yes, this was my favorite book read this summer.

How to be Bad-A hilarious story of three different girls on a road trip from three amazing authors.

Audrey, Wait!
-An awesome story full of love, music, and sarcasm from an amazing new author.

Swimming with the Sharks
-A true to life story that is wonderfully written.

Oh. My. Gods.-A hilarious story with Greek gods and goddesses from a debut author.

Bad Girls Club-Probably the most sad novel I read this summer, but an incredible read, a book nobody should miss.

Breaking Dawn
-The most awaited book of the year, that not everybody loved, but will go down in history.

The Dead & The Gone-An amazing new companion novel from one of the most intense novels I've ever read.

Bad Girls-An amazing suspense novel from an awesome author that I will won't to read more of.

House of Dance-A beautiful story that is so memorizing and incredible from the most poetic author in the YA world.

Gone-A unique story of survival for kids fourteen and under, a great start to a soon-to-be series.

The above books are highly recommended if you haven't read it yet.

This summer has been really fun, mostly because I have this blog, otherwise, pretty boring. But I got a ton of reading in so, that's really fun. But this summer has been really cold for a summer. We had an extremely long winter, November through half of June pretty much. I was still using a blanket in June and I didn't stop wearing my winter jacket until May. We had a blizzard the last week of April and got a foot of snow and the snow didn't melt until that middle of May. So I pretty much read, and watched Veronica Mars in June. (Veronica Mars rules!!!!) Then in July I read and watched the whole four seasons of Lost. (Lost rules!!!! Can't wait for season five in 2009!!!) and in August I pretty much read, but of course in those three months I blogged also, as I've finally reached my 100th post last week sometime, which is extremely exciting (Enter my 100th Post contest before Sept. 5th!).

So this Fall and Winter I plan on having a Halloween/Birthday contest coming up in about a month in a half, which is going to be HUGE, I can guarantee you. Then on January 21st will be my blog's first anniversary, which is so exciting, I can't wait! I don't have anything planned for that yet, but it'll be huge, I promise. Also look for some author interviews/guest blogs!

So, should I make a goal from now until . . . New Year's shall we say? Let's see school is in then, so how about 25 books. I think that might work, I will TRY to read 25 books by the end of 2008.

Did you have a goal this summer? Did you beat it? Do you have a new goal this fall? Tell me in a comment!

Other then that, I hope everybody had an awesome summer and here comes Autumn!

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Gone by Michael Grant

In the blink of an eye. Everyone disappears. GONE.

Except for the young. Teens. Middle schoolers. Toddlers. But not one single adult. No teachers, no cops, no doctors, no parents. Just as suddenly, there are no phones, no internet, no television. No way to get help. And no way to figure out what's happened.

Hunger threatens. Bullies rule. A sinister creature lurks. Animals are mutating. And the teens themselves are changing, developing new talents—unimaginable, dangerous, deadly powers—that grow stronger by the day.

It's a terrifying new world. Sides are being chosen, a fight is shaping up. Townies against rich kids. Bullies against the weak. Powerful against powerless. And time is running out: On your birthday, you disappear just like everyone else...

Okay, I just want to say how much I absolutely LOVED this book straight away, okay. I LOVED this book! It's was so incredible! Okay, now, the beginning of the novel was amazing, I read the first two sentences and then two words below that, that created two separated paragraphs and I was HOOKED. I read this five hundred sixty page book in a day. The action was awesome. The movement and pace of the book were so insanely perfect. The plot? The BEST. This book is like at the top of the ladder of awesomeness. The characters were flawed perfectly so. The first book in this new GONE series, was so incredible.

Michael Grant created a world in a world in a world (Okay that might sound cheesy, but he seriously did. He created a world in writing, and in the writing a world on the actual world.) I loved how Grant kept changing P.O.V.'s through various people. The writing was flawed, I have always disliked the writing style but it's so common that I'm getting used to it, but I loved the feeling and emotion that changed through every person, identifying them easily. That was very well done. And the book being written in that style is probably the only thing I really disliked about this novel, but I barely disliked it because it worked pretty well and, even so, the awesomeness of the rest of the novel really overshadows that itty bitty part so it's really not even there.

The storyline Grant created was well thought out and very much completed. (There were even two maps in the beginning of the book!) I loved how he went straight into the problem and how it was taken in charge straight up. I had no idea where the story was going and was on the very edge of my bed the entire time. I swear, I was aching inside for the first three hundred pages waiting to find out how it would go down. But then I had no clue that there was even going to be a sequel, much less a full-blown series. So it was awesome to hear that.

If you haven't read this book, well then what are you waiting for? I cannot wait until next summer when the series continues with the next book, Hunger. I mean, I have to wait one year! That is one book that I will pre-order as soon as I can pre-order. So, yeah, this book, overall, was completely amazing, and you should definitely read it. And if anybody reading this has already read this book and posted a review, can you tell me, I would really love to hear what everybody else thought of this.

Now, here is a quote in the book that I wanted to share, it won't give anything away, it just basically a comment that I thought was hilarious:

"Is it the aliens?"

"I think if it was aliens, we'd be seeing spaceships, not BMWs."


P.S.---I'll be having my ratings at the bottom of the reviews now, so they can all be in one straight line. Just so you know.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Teaser Tuesday!

  1. Grab your current read.
  2. Let the book fall open to a random page.
  3. Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
  4. You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given!
  5. Please avoid spoilers!
The Book: Peeled by Joan Bauer

Random Page Number: 126

Sentence one: There wasn't any medicine to stop the epidemic, either.

Sentence two: I remember my long year of fighting fear in eighth grade after Dad died.

Teen Tuesday: Fifth Edition!

So, I've read a bit this week, better then last week I think. Although, this whole weekend was busy, I had to get up at six in the morning to have a Yard Sale, that went from eight in the morning to one in the afternoon. So I was pretty busy that Friday morning, and extremely tired. I stayed up to like twelve-thirty that night, so I didn't get much sleep. Then I had to wake up again Saturday morning at six, but the weather was really cold, like October/November cold. So we put the stuff out and then put it back in, all before seven in the morning, and I again the night before, went to bed at eleven-thirty or so. So yeah, I didn't get much reading done those two days, but I did finish one book that I started on Thursday, Saturday night. So the books I read this week are:

  1. The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson
  2. Fly on the Wall by E. Lockhart
  3. House of Dance by Beth Kephart
  4. The Screwed Up Life of Charlie the Second by Drew Ferguson
  5. 1/4 of Peeled by Joan Bauer
I have come up with a name for the little awards thing I do here every week. It will now be called The Little Bestie Awards! So now for The Little Bestie Awards:

  • Best Character: Charlie in The Screwed Up Life of Charlie the Second by Drew Ferguson
  • Best Plot: Fly on the Wall by E. Lockhart
  • Best Setting: House of Dance by Beth Kephart & The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson
  • Best Writing: House of Dance by Beth Kephart
Winning Book(s): House of Dance by Beth Kephart.

Now, the books I plan to read. Well pretty much the same as last week. Unless I miraculously get a book in the mail or find a new book in the library when I return House of Dance by Beth Kephart, which as of today, is overdue, so, yeah, not much else. But today is my last week before school starts exactly a week from today. Yippee! Not. So probably when school starts I'll be reading about two maybe three books a week. But when school starts I can get this book that i realized was at my school library this summer, Pretty Things by Sarra Manning, which I am so pysched to read! I *heart* Sarra Manning. Otherwise, I think I might start rereading Sarah Dessen's books if I don't find any other books to read. Which will be alright since the only book I've reviewed of Sarah's on my blog was Just Listen, and even then that was me rereading it.

One think that i am really excited for is Book Swim, which my grandmother is giving me six months on it! So that'll be six months of unlimited books to read. But, I'll have to wait until November 17th, my birthday, for it. Which is okay, 'cause I have just got addicted to, so that'll pass my time. (If you have an account on Polyvore, tell me! My screen names KelseyBee.)

Okay, I just found out I won a book contest! Yippee, there's two books one and a teaser for a new book! Woohoo!!!!

*Me doing a little dance.

So now I can add Invisible Touch by Kelly Parra and Sleepless by Terri Clark (Did you know there is actually a singer named Terri Clark? She has a hilarious video with Johnny Depp, or a guy who looks extremely close to Johnny Depp, in his Pirates of the Caribbean role, and John Wayne, I think his name is. And just because i'm bored, I'll post the video below. ) So, yay! I'm really excited. Oh, and maybe the school library got a ton of new books this year? that would be awesome. But, yeah, I think that's about it for this edition of Teen Tuesday.

Here's the video: (They didn't let me embed it....)

Monday, August 25, 2008

Natasha Friend Guest Blog!

I have an awesome author here for my first Author Guest Blog! Natasha Friend is the author of three YA books, Perfect, Lush, and Bounce. She has agreed to do an awesome guest blog for me. I have read her two latest books Lush and Bounce but I still haven't gotten my hands on her debut novel, Perfect, yet. But I cannot wait! Please visit Natasha at her website:


Readers often ask me, 'When did you know you wanted to be a writer?' and I tell them 'As soon as I was old enough to read.' I remember--at the age of six or so--sitting on my father's lap and dictating stories to him which he would type up (these were the ancient days before computers). "Princess Puini and the Mud Dilemma" was my first story, about a princess who loved to make mud pies. In fact, there was a whole series of stories about princesses, and poor orphan girls finding treasure in the woods and then be-friending princesses. Great literature? Definitely not. But the writing bug had bitten.

The next sign that perhaps I was fated to become a writer--or at least an English teacher--came in seventh grade, when a boy named Biff (name changed to protect the innocent) passed me a love poem in the hall, and after I read it I was compelled to correct it for grammar, spelling, and rhyme scheme. I still have that poem. In fact, I still have every note passed to me in junior high. Maybe that's why I feel so comfortable writing about 13 year-olds; a part of me still remembers, viscerally, that mortifying, humiliating, exhilerating time of my life. So, thanks, inner-13 year-old girl, for all the story material. And please, keep it coming.



Thanks so much Natasha! I wait for your future books! And if you haven't read them yet, you really should. They're fabulous!

ARC-The Screwed Up Life of Charlie the Second by Drew Ferguson


Tall, gangly and big-eared, he could be the poster boy for teenage geeks. An embarrassment to his parents (he's not to crazy about them, either), Charlie is a virtual untouchable at his school, where humiliation is practically an extra curricular activity. Charlie has tried to fit in, but all of his efforts fall on a glorious, monumental scale. He plays soccer--mainly to escape his home life--but isn't accepted by his teammates who basically ignore him on the field. He still confuses the accelerator with the brake pedal and has failed his driving exam six times. He can't work on his college application essay without writing a searing tell-all. But what's freaking Charlie out the most is that while his hormones are raging and his peers are pairing off, he remains alone with his fantasies.

But all of this is about to change when a new guy at school begins to liven things up on the soccer team--and in Charlie's life. For the first time in his seventeen years, Charlie will learn how it feels to be a star, at least off the field. But Charlie discovers that even cool guys have problems as he embarks on an unforgettable, risk-filled journey from which there is no turning back....

This book was really good. It's basically a queer love story with twists and turns. It was so different then anything I have ever read, completely original. Which I like. I liked the characters, all of them were really realistic. I liked that Charlie was a geek, but Ferguson didn't overdo it. I mean he was really an invisible jock who likes guys. I think Ferguson captured teenagers just right.

I liked the sarcasm in Ferguson's writing. It was funny to read with. The way the book was formatted was interesting too, journal entries. He has a very authentic voice. This book is told with attitude and is honest, smart, and humorous. You will love Charlie and his partner Rob, well not all the time. I thought the ending was very true to reality. Overall I really liked this book and am excited to find out what Drew Ferguson has for us next, this is a great debut novel and i recommend it. Mature content. This book is to be released from Kensington August 26th, 2008.

*Thanks Drew for sending me your book!

Sunday, August 24, 2008

House of Dance by Beth Kephart


Rosie and her mother coexist in the same house as near strangers. Since Rosie's father abandoned them years ago, her mother has accomplished her own disappearing act, spending more time with her boss than with Rosie. Now faced with losing her grandfather too, Rosie begins to visit him every day, traveling across town to his house, where she helps him place the things that matter most to him "In Trust." As Rosie learns her grandfather's story, she discovers the role music and motion have played in it. But like colors, memories fade. When Rosie stumbles into the House of Dance, she finally finds a way to restore the source of her grandfather's greatest joy.

If you thought Undercover was amazing, then this was phenomenal, marvelous. I could go on forever. It's such an incredible story. With Undercover, I think the story got wrapped up a bit much with the beautiful poetic writing, but here the idyllic writing and the rhythmic story are fifty-fifty. Beth Kephart's writing is the most pulchritudinous I have ever seen, read, whatever. I think House of Dance is such a great loving story, that will never be forgotten. I love how there is always a little hint of romance in her books too, which is my favorite type of story. Romance, I mean.

The story was perfectly paced. A very calm feeling when reading Beth's stories. I *heart* every bit of this story. I absolutely loved Rosie and Granddad. Everything about this novel was just so extraordinary. You can't picture a better novel. One last thing I really loved was the setting. The town the novel was placed in was so country, peaceful, wonderful. It reminds me of my small town, well the downtown part, well, maybe twenty-five years ago.

I cannot wait to find out what Beth Kephart has in store for us next!

Friday, August 22, 2008

The Book Vaults Birthday Contest Riddle

This is the next leg of The Book Vault’s birthday book riddle contest! For more information on the contest, go here:

Each correct answer counts as an entry into the drawing on August 29th!

In this supposedly peaceful and perfect community, all the memories of things that would otherwise disturb this otherwise perfect community are passed down through a chosen Receiver each generation.

Which book is this?

Know the answer? Send Dominique an email at with:

“BDAY CONTEST” in the subject line



The Riddle: In this supposedly peaceful and perfect community, all the memories of things that would otherwise disturb this otherwise perfect community are passed down through a chosen Receiver each generation.

Which book is this?

Answer: (full book title + author)

The name of the site where you found the riddle: Reading Keeps You Sane

Your site’s URL: (if you have one)

Please send a separate email for each riddle you answer!

Good luck!!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Funny Twilight Trailer Spoof

So I was over at Chelsie's blog and she had posted some really funny video's so it reminded me of a YouTube video I watched yesterday that fellow Sarah Dessen lover Allie shared with us on Dreamland, I thought I'd share it with the rest of us. It's really hilarious.

What's You Blog Rated?

OnePlusYou Quizzes and Widgets

I found this website from Amanda over at Reader's Sanctuary and thought it looked cool, so i tested mine. I apparently got this rating because I said the word 'dead' eight times and I said 'pain' one time. I guess it not too bad. Right? Just click the image and it's really easy, but you might want to skip the dating site add. Hehe.


Fly On The Wall by E. Lockhart


At the Manhattan School for Art and Music, where everyone is “different” and everyone is “special,” Gretchen Yee feels ordinary. She’s the kind of girl who sits alone at lunch, drawing pictures of Spider-Man, so she won’t have to talk to anyone; who has a crush on Titus but won’t do anything about it; who has no one to hang out with when her best (and only real) friend Katya is busy.
One day, Gretchen wishes that she could be a fly on the wall in the boys’ locker room–just to learn more about guys. What are they really like? What do they really talk about? Are they really cretins most of the time?
Fly on the Wall is the story of how that wish comes true.

Wow, this story was so different, but amazing. I've heard some iffy things about it. But I, personally, really loved it. I thought it seem realistic, even though it really isn't. The way E. Lockhart makes her a fly and the way she is when she is one, just seems real. It's almost like she was using a hidden camera and watching it in her room then being an actual 'fly on the wall'. (Isn't it funny that I'm trying to kill an annoying fly right now? Yeah, I guess not. Hehe.)

Gretchen is a very humorous personality. (Got him! The fly, I mean.) I had fun going along the story with her. The writing was good. This is only my second book by her, not including How To Be Bad, that I've read and I'm beginning to really like her writing. She has sarcasm, humor, and deep thoughts in her writing and it's really pretty cool. The only downside to her writing is the characters. There great and all, but I just don't feel that there complete. But otherwise, this novel was a very short, fun, light reading that I will probably read again. I recommend it.


Tuesday, August 19, 2008

The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson


Who is Jenna Fox?

Seventeen-year-old Jenna has been told that is her name. She has just awoken from a year-long coma, and she’s still recovering from the terrible accident that caused it. Her parents show her home movies of her life, her memories, but she has no recollection. Is she really the same girl she sees on the screen?

Little by little, Jenna begins to remember. But along with the memories come questions—questions no one wants to answer for her. What really happened after the accident?

In this fascinating novel, acclaimed author Mary E. Pearson presents an unforgettable look at one human life and a glimpse into a possible future that may be closer than we think.

The idea of this book is incredibly fascinating. A girl waking up after a year in a coma, we've seen this before, yes, but not like this. This is story is uniquely made as is it original. Jenna Fox is the real thing. I liked going through the journey Jenna goes through learning about her past and learning what she is now in the present. The whole story line was just so wonderfully created.I liked how the book took place about fifteen years in the future from now. It was nice to see her perspective on the near future, a very interesting take on things.

Mary E. Pearson is a fabulously talented writer. Her writing is pretty much perfection. I truly adored (No pun intended) this wonderful novel and I can't wait to read Mary E. Pearson's other works or fiction. I recommend this deep, moving novel to anyone.


P.S. Yay! Shawn Johnson finally won a gold on the Balance Beam routine! I'm super happy for her!

Belated 100th Post Contest!

EDIT: I have decided to change it so you can pick TWO books out of the pile of books I'm offering if you give a shout-out on your blog, facebook, or whatever, just send me a link.

So I just realized I reached my 100th post, yesterday I think, and I didn't even realize it until now! So I figured, why not have a contest? Great idea, right? So here's the details.

All you have to do is comment on this post with your email address, I will try to confirm it with you. I would also like it if you could tell me your favorite book and your favorite author, for recommendation reasons, I'm running out of books to read.

The contest will run about two in a half weeks. The deadline is Friday, September 5th at midnight EST. I can only ship in the US, sorry!

Now for the prize. I have six books on my bookshelf in very good condition that I doubt I will reread. So you will have a chance for winning your choice of one of those. Some of the books are ARC versions also. The books are:
  • ARC Version-Chloe Doe by Suzanne Phillips
  • I Heart You, You Haunt Me by Lisa Schroeder
  • Such a Pretty Girl by Laura Wiess
  • ARC-The Big Game of Everything by Chris Lynch
  • ARC-Jet Set by Carrie Karasyov and Jill Kargman
  • Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
So you will be able to chose which of these books you want.

Comment on the review for the books and you get another entry.
Announce it on your blog, facebook, whatever, another entry for each just give me the link.
Make a banner saying Reading Keeps You Sane and my url, and paste it on your blog, get five extra entries.

So that's about it.


Teaser Tuesday!

Thanks to Hope for posting a Teaser Tuesday, I found this really cool thing called Teaser Tuesday. Here's how it works.


  1. Grab your current read.
  2. Let the book fall open to a random page.
  3. Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
  4. You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given!
  5. Please avoid spoilers!
The Book: The Adoration Of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson.

Random Page Number: 88

Sentence one: The dirt must be removed carefully so as not to damgae the ancient stones beneath it.

Sentence two: I notice he works close by my side, even though there is a long wall of dirt to remove.

That's pretty fun.


Teen Tuesday: Fourth Edition!

Okay, so I've read even less books from last week, which was missing two books that I usually read in a week, By half of a book. I've only read 3 1/2 books. Sort of. But I think that it's just because I don't have any books I'm excited to read anymore. I swear, I think I've wiped out my libraries, almost at least. So here's all the book's I've read:

  1. Anatomy of a Boyfriend by Daria Snadowsky
  2. The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer
  3. Bad Girls by Alex McAulay
  4. 1/2 of The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson
  5. 50 Pages in Shrimp by Rachel Cohn
  6. Disc One in Forever In Blue by Ann Brashares
So that's about how much I've read, and listened, to in the past seven days.

So here's the little award, ranks, type thing now, (I decided I will only do the first three books):

  • Best Character: Alex Morales in The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer
  • Best Plot: The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer and Bad Girls by Alex McAulay.
  • Best Setting: (None of the books had good settings. Some were just terrible, but fit better in the book. One was nothing special.) I'll be skipping this one this week.
  • Best Writing: Anatomy of a Boyfriend by Daria Snadowsky. (The other books had third person POV and I don't care much for that POV.)

Winning Book(s): The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer.

The Dead & The Gone is a fabulous companion novel to Life As We Knew It. It had the same dread and fear as the first. I loved this book. It was highly enjoyable. Read It!!!

So About the other three books. The Adoration of Jenna Fox, I got last night and started. I promise to finish it today and hopefully have a review up also. It's really good so far. I know on my blog it say I'm reading Shrimp by Rachel Cohn, but honestly, I really don't feel like getting into Cyd Charisse's world right now. So I read about fifty pages a few nights ago and haven't picked it up since. I also got an audio book of the fourth Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants book in CD audio. I actually own the book and have read it a little over a year ago. But I wanted it fresh in my mind for when I watch the movie, which doesn't seem to be coming to my towns cinema for some very odd reason I haven't heard yet. I had hope of it last week to come up, but it didn't, so know I have lost hope that it will come to my theatre so I will have to wait until DVD. It's that sad?

Okay for books I plan to read this upcoming week. Finish The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Then I should really read House of Dance before I have to take it back to the library on the twentieth, what what today? The NINETEENTH! Where did time go? Geesh. I guess I'll have to renew it, I don't think I renewed it yet, so cool, I'll have another couple weeks before that has to go in. Honestly Beth Kepharts books are so sweet and soft, I really haven't been in the mood to read that right now. So then I won't to read Fly on the Wall, which I also got last night. It sounds really good and I've heard good things about it. I can't wait to read it! Then I still have Shrimp and Cupcake by Rachel Cohn to read, which I'll get too. I also have Gone by Michael Grant to read, which I'm semi-excited to read. But truth? It's a big book and I'm afraid it'll be one of those truly long books that take forever to get into. Plus, I don't think it's really my type of book. Other then that, I don't have much else to read, just a few things on my shelf I haven't gotten to yet, She's So Money and Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging, which I've started a little itty bit already. I also have Wicked Lovely that i got in like February from a book order my English teacher still hands out. It has to do with Faeries, and I'm not really big on fantasy stuff, but I've hear such good things, you know. I also just got Guyaholic by Carolyn Mackler to review from Book Divas. And I got Love on The Lifts by Rachel Hawthorne as a birthday present last year that I still haven't read. But I know I could read that book in a short while, I just have to get up and DO it. Which will probably by when I have no more books to read. I'm also waiting to get Chasing Windmills from the library that I requested in the beginning of June.

So I think that's all. But really. What book should I read next out of these?